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Posted Saturday, October 1, 2011

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

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

 Posted Tuesday, September 27, 2011

At a university, where some apparently place a higher value on white students

Document details plans for dirt-poor Haiti army while an incalculable number of earthquake victims wait for divine intervention to end their suffering

Alimony in Massachusetts gets overhaul, with limits

Posted Saturday, September 24, 2011

Haiti's president speech at U.N. 66th General assembly equated to Third World residue

The last bullfight in Barcelona in pictures

Posted Friday, September 23, 2011

Apparently, fearing a also a return to coup d'etats, with lasting very painful effect, Haiti leader is opposed to reduction of un force

Posted Thursday, September 22, 2011

Haiti protesters say "no trial for Baby Doc Duvalier"

Five Uruguayan peacekeepers charged with practizing, by force, homosexuality with young Haitian man

Friends of U.S., terrorists in eyes of law

Strauss-Kahn concedes error in sexual encounter with maid

In the eye of no-progress-making Haiti president Martelly, nine super-qualified new general-director, but good only for Haiti, Africa

A Web site that goes as far as provoking fights, divorces, and even lawsuits

A marriage of a dream and a scheme

As an MSNBC host, Sharpton is a hybrid like no other

Bloomberg, on radio, raises specter of riots by jobless

Worry about a new wave of layoffs

Post-quake Haiti is a very dangerous place, building a safer nation is what is urgently needed

U.S. pays particular attention to care of deported Haitian who died

As Baby Doc Duvalier earthshakingly dines, many of his former torturers are quietly joining the new government, justice for the former tyrant victims everyday is becoming more and more a distant dream

A first step forward: Third Haiti prime minister-designate ratified by house

Posted Friday, September 16, 2011

Man sues neighbour he paid to get wife pregnant

Sara Palin ex-lover, cocaine

Chinese condoms too small for South Africans: Report

101-year-old woman evicted because son forgot to tell her to pay back taxes

Cherokees told to take back slaves' descendants

Deportation program draws more criticism

Man hounded for child support for 20 years, but it's not his kid

Files note close C.I.A. ties to Gaddafi spy unit

videoWhen sadistic tyrants are no more

French woman sues husband for lack of sex, won $14,000; wife placed husband under arrest for unauthorized wild sex

Images/Leaders of the Libyan rebellion

You are again citizens

Posted Tuesday, September 13, 2011

A joyful day in affluent, Cambridge, Massachusetts, with no formal Haitian participation

In the Dominican Republic, a museum of repression aims to shock the conscience

Vatican named in international criminal court complaint

U.S. poverty rate, at 15 percent, is the highest since 1993

Haiti: A government of vagabonds

You are no longer citizens

What it is like to be called sale or dirty Arab, being black or immigrant and be a resident of an earthly hell, in France

The U.S. economy, on the verge of a double deep recession

'Uncle Omar,' Obama's uncle quietly released from jail

Prominent Haitian businessman who has long been accused of sending untold number of fellow compatriots to the dark embrace of death urged U.N. troops to open fire on dirt-poor citizens, kill as many of them as possible

Bodies of 10 Haitian migrants recovered from the ocean

Haiti forms new economic board, hopes to attract foreign direct investment

Posted Thursday, September 8, 2011

Again, a terrorist attack in Cap-Haitien in pictures

Posted Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Families feel sharp edge of state budget cuts

videoGun terror rocked Brooklyn, N.Y. famed Caribbean festival

videoA male un peacekeeping soldier who detests Haitian girls but loves boys

A university degree no longer confers financial security

Posted Sunday, September 4, 2011

From the pen Dianne Wilkerson in 'great spirits'

Files note close C.I.A. ties to Qaddafi spy unit

Strauss-Kahn appears headed back to France

Posted Friday, September 2, 2011

Haiti: A very violent, dangerous place

Haitian divers hope to aid ailing reef

videoA male UN peacekeeping soldier who detests Haitian girls but loves boys showing the best of himself

As refugees from Haiti linger, Dominicans' good will fades

A Bill Clinton aide for prime minister of Haiti

U.S. scientists knew 1940s Guatemalan STD studies were unethical, panel finds

The superstore hasn't touched down yet, but Roxbury, including former Haitian-American candidate for Boston city councilor At-large Jean-Claude Sanon, is already divided against itself

Law schools lure fewer students as economic opportunities after graduation become more and more things of the past

As foreclosure proceedings against licensed architect were near completion, father abandoned 11-year-old son

Obama's uncle is called a fugitive

NM officer caught having sex on car hood

Haitian police liberate kidnapped American

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