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Posted Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Man deported caught with $1.6 million in drugs in Arizona

When a film becomes a way for Haitian rape victims to recount their unwanted suffering

Human development index 211 rankings - how low is Haiti rated?

A rare honor: Haitian writer, recipient of top Quebec literary prize

videoRaucous trial is a test of Haiti legal system

Posted Monday, October 31, 2011

UN reports 7 billion humans, but others do not count on it

videoChildren of immigrants hit an economic ceiling

For drunk drivers, a habit of judicial leniency

Posted Saturday, October 29, 2011

One baby's story shows why it is better to give birth in hell than Haiti, where the troublemaker president is said to be on the verge of resigning the office of the presidency he assumed less than six months ago

Facing hardship, jobless still say they have hope

Haitian lawmaker released from jail amid protests

Dictators get the deaths they deserve

Lawmaker who is very critical of ill-repute president is detained in Haiti, despite parliamentary immunity

Like untold number of others, Canadian aid worker shot in troubled Haiti

Posted Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Who will benefit from Obama's student loan plan?

A 15-year prison term for Aristide's alleged partner in crime

Colonel Muammar Gaddafi: A life in pictures

Haitians train for a future with a military

Posted Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Snapshots of poverty surge in U.S. suburbs

With $500,000, you can purchase yourself a green card

Posted Sunday, October 23, 2011

Gaddafi killed in hometown

Posted Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Is a Haitian bureaucrat leaving Zaire for home and then California really responsible for the distribution of the HIV virus in the USA?

videoVery dangerous ride: Two children towed away in Haitian man drunk driving arrest

videoActress Lindsay Lohan placed in handcuffs

videoParadise or prison?

Posted Sunday, October 16, 2011

Not divine intervention: Group led by M.I.T. grad found way to win virtually all Cash Winfall prizes, after spending $700,000

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain: "I would build an electrified fence on the border with Mexico that could kill people who try to cross illegally"

Artists for Haiti - Concerts to resettle earthquake refugees

U.N.: Long awaited prison break trial to begin Tuesday in Haiti

As online education rises, financial aid fraud grows

A billionaire with distinct ideas of presidential politics: He wants the White House for his son

Finally, a new government for Haiti, after lawmakers approve cabinet, prime minister policy agenda

Dip in birth rates reflects recession, report suggests

Jean-Claude 'Baby Doc' Duvalier: Like Jean-Bertrand Aristide, in 1994' the Shah of Iran, in 1953, I am now back in power

As Haiti school goes, so goes the nation

Posted Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Haiti's president meets with 'Baby Doc,' Aristide

The very poor, not humiliated enough, not sufficiently be treated as the equal of unwanted detritus, but must be firmly told that they are very dangerous criminals

Three years and 18 million later, Haiti police academy remains unbuilt still do not know what he is doing president wants to build a new "Tonton Macoute" force (a very repressive militia), which he rather calls army

The old panhandler, a homeless 97-year-old man or a great many times a millionaire, revolutionary, friend of Castro who lives in a grand $3.5 million home

Dominican Republic citizenship, not for dirt-poor, illiterate, useless Haitians

Posted Monday, October 11, 2011

Stutterer speaks up in class; his professor says keep quiet

Sharpton to broadcast from Occupy Wall Street protest

Ex-president of Cape Verde wins the 5 million good-government prize

Posted Sunday, October 9, 2011

Daughter of dirty war reared by man who killed her parents

How bad can it get if the US falls into recession?

Republicans vs. Democrats in pictures

Posted Saturday, October 8, 2011

R.I. slashes restrictions on illegal immigrants

As Haiti's school goes, so goes the nation

Some unemployed, including man with Ph.D. degree in political science, find fault in extension of jobless benefits

The top secret list of those who must be killed

Cops pumped out fraud from Haitian man's body

Nobel peace prize awarded to three activist women

Posted Thursday, October 6, 2011

Steve P. Jobs, an Apple's visionary who redefined digital age, died. Aged 56

Posted Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Foreign aid set to take a hit in U.S. budget crisis

Parents jailed 7-year-old boy by locking him in coffin

videoHaiti native Marie Joseph: Charges sought against two over safety at drowning site

videoAnti-wall street protests spreading to cities large and small

An illegal immigrant, stuck in bed for 19 months, at hospital expense - $1.4 million

Senate approves Haiti's president, whose definition is does not know what he doing, 3rd pick for prime minister

Once again, a kidnapping in troubled Haiti

videoAt an anti-Wall Street protest known as Occupy Wall Street, a prototype, police arrest more than 700 participants

Posted Saturday, October 1, 2011

Major al Qaeda figures killed by U.S. in images

Real estate becoming a cash economy

Twenty years after the military coup d'etat, former Haitian totalitarian dictator, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, now apparently an African king

Posted Friday, September 30, 2011

More than 900 homes loss in Mass. through foreclosure last month

Companies use immigration crackdown to turn a profit

A hijacker, a longtime fugitive and, now, a prisoner

Four Americans get pot from us government

Changes sought in sex abuse laws

Busted whiz-kid took test for chicken head or brainless students at a cost of 1500 each

Of the age 14, still he was attended by bad luck, his tender age did not prevent him from suffering the long thereafter fate of Saddam Hussein, execution


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