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 jeunehaiti1: A must read publication   music logoListen to deposed dictator Aristide's preferred song:  Kapitalis Se Peche Motel or Capitalism Is a Mortal Sin 

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

Posted Tuesday, August 30, 2011

The plight of women in Haiti: sexual violence, healthcare neglect plague them, girls in the perpetually troubled Caribbean nation

The TV Watch: Sharpton brings his pulpit to MSNBC

Police cuffed President Obama half uncle for allegedly drinking faster than fish, driving drunk

You too can help a Haitian kid get an education, and today

Police lineups start to face fact: Eyes can lie

Report: Cleared pool after drowning of Haitian-American Marie Joseph in Fall River

Assault case spurs debate, but Sharpton stays silent

Black South African goes from never a sip to vineyard fame

Carnage in Haiti: Haitian official's body found next to his car after he was kidnapped; U.S. citizen whereabouts unknown, after the victim was too kidnapped

In father's memory, fighting to stay in Britain

After untold number of years of sins, Boston archdiocese publishes list of priests accused of practizing pedophilia

Strauss-Kahn makes farewell visit to IMF

A transsexual wedding in Cuba

Posted Thursday, August 25, 2011

Haiti medical humanitarian trip leads to college opportunity for young man who speaks four languages

Online enterprises gain foothold as path to a college degree

Posted Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Second-largest U.S. Indian tribe expels slave descendants

A transsexual wedding in Cuba in images

A dream fulfilled, Martin Luther King memorial opens on national mall

Between haves, have-nots, an ever greater gulf

From some of the richest, two cheers for higher taxes

Posted Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Haiti police station consumed by flames after a mob attack

Weighing race and hate in a Mississippi killing

IMAGES/Leaders of the Libyan rebellion

Charges against Strauss-Kahn dismissed

IN BRIEF/Unidentified bandits opened fire on the building that houses Haiti's Minister of Justice and National Security late Friday, August 19, 2011. No one was hurt, but a bullet landed in the general director's office after piercing doors.

USA becomes food stamp nation but is it sustainable?

No surprise for bisexual men, report indicates they exist

Posted Wednesday, August 17, 2011

A free online course on artificial intelligence at Stanford University has attracted more than 58,000 students around the globe

Federal policy resulting in wave of deportations draws protests

Posted Monday, August 15, 2011

U.S. releases CIA documents on Bay of Pigs invasion

For about $200 you can purchase from China a Massachusetts fake driver's license that looks real

 Posted Sunday, August 14, 2011

2 sisters in Ky. fight for social security numbers

Like an automobile, Haiti stuck in the mud

Posted Saturday, August 13, 2011

The interior of Cap-Haitien Cathedral or house of the high-ranking clergy after it was willfully or maliciously desecrated recently by people whose behavior is attributed to that of the vandals in pictures

Resistance widens to Obama initiative on criminal immigrants

Pennsylvania former judge sentenced to 28 years in prison in "kids-for-cash" scheme

Funeral for man entombed for 27 years in chimney

U.S. man hides mum's body, collects benefits

Apparently, a devastating ranking by Forbes Magazine for Northeastern University

Cash for thousands of Massachusetts residents who are the victims of Option One Mortgage loan modification, predatory lending, discriminatory lending practices

Not Yours, Average Joe, But Canadian Recording Artist Celine Dion Extravagant Way Of Life In The U.S. State Of Florida In Pictures

Posted Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Moving the church back to its original mission

Hotel housekeeper sues Strauss-Kahn

Second recession in U.S. could be worse than first

Deportation tale with a surprise happy ending

Fatal rollover accident in Attleboro terminates Mattapan Haitian-American life

Posted Saturday, August 6, 2011

You may be due some cash from Bank of America

Freedom of the press muzzled in Haiti

Jean-Claude Bajeux, activist and scholar who fought Haiti's Duvalier dictatorship, died. Aged 79

How to beat the high costs of dialing abroad

An encore in Haiti: Nominee for prime minister is rejected

A verdict of culpability is returned against two former telecommunications executives

Haiti new president a bitter baptism for "Sweet Micky"

Posted Monday, August 1, 2011

Charting the American debt crisis

Joe Biden collecting rent from Secret Service

States and cities brace for less federal money

What's Mass. right to repair your automobile?

In Haiti, in a sign of protest Haitians block traffic over unjust evictions

Winning one of the Mass. lottery games at first requires a lot more than just divine intervention, you are principally a highly trained computer scientist

A former dictator for-life now finds himself in a monkey-size cage

Posted Saturday, July 30, 2011

Drunk father lets 8-year-old son drive pickup, say police

In Haiti, at least 12 die after boats sinks

Anedie Azael, Miss Haiti Universe 2011

Posted Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Haiti's president, not as lucky as Mary Magdalene was, his motorcade stoned

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