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Haiti “restavek” tradition called child slavery-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Jim Loney PORT-AU-PRINCE Thu Feb 18, 2010 9:17am EST Haitians line up during a food distribution at the Cite Soleil neighborhood in Port-au-Prince February 15,…

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Red Cross seeking contributions for Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Donors can help the victims of the Haitian earthquake and other countless crises around the world each year by making a financial gift to the…

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Demand Dwindles for U.S. Forces in Haiti, Official Says-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By John J. Kruzel American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON, Feb. 17, 2010 – The need for U.S military forces in Haiti is dwindling as Haitian…

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Angry demonstrators demand Sarkozy to pay up and return Aristide to Haiti

Demonstrators show photos in support of ousted president Jean-Bertrand Aristide on Feb. 17, 2010 Supporter of Jean-Bertrand Aristide calls for his return to help in…

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American Airlines resumes commercial flights to Haiti

Miami Herald Staff Report American Airlines on Friday morning resumed commercial flights to Haiti as the first major carrier to restart paid flights into the…

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AP IMPACT: Haiti flight logs detail early chaos

By MARTHA MENDOZA The Associated Press Thursday, February 18, 2010; 4:32 PM — Washcloths arrived before water, and senators before surgeons. In the first chaotic…

Posted in Aristide/Preval Crime/Corruption DAILY REPORTS-Direct From Haiti Earthquake/CHOLERA

FLASH-FLASH-FLASH Feb 18, 2010: Preval steals another $90,000,000

Venezuela’s Chavez forgives $90,000,000 in earlier petroleum deal. This money was supposed to be used for the Gonaives restoration. Preval kept this fund release secret….

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8 church workers freed from Haitian jail land in Miami

A Haitian judge releases eight of the missionaries accused of trying to smuggle 33 children out of Haiti after the disastrous quake. BY PATRICIA MAZZEI,…

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Haiti’s earthquake camps turning into shanty towns

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — First there was an empty field. Then came rows of makeshift tents. Now those camps are turning into shanty towns — with…

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FLASH – FLASH – FLASH 7:08 P.M. 17th FEBRUARY 2010

Moderate rain falling on Port-au-Prince soaking homeless people in their primitive shelters. Many of these are made with bedsheets. Some are made of cardboard. Thousands…

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Lack of doctors, rehab threaten Haitians’ recovery

BY FRANCES ROBLES FOND PARISIEN, Haiti — In the turmoil that followed Haiti’s earthquake, Eugette Thimo waited with a broken foot for five days…

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Why Hurricane Katrina Looms Over Obama’s Relief Efforts in Haiti

By:Howard Fineman The gods of politics have an ironic sense of justice. They can force a president to confront more complex versions of the very…

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Sarkozy visits Haiti, unveils major aid package

The support package totaling 326 million euros ($447 million) included cancellation of 56 million euros of debt, 100 million euros of fresh funds to be…

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Ex-adviser to detained Americans charged in US-Added COMMENTARY by Haitian-Truth

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — The fugitive former legal adviser to a group of Americans detained in Haiti on child kidnapping charges said he has…

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Amputations push Haitians closer to the edge

A teen who was close to graduating from high school lost her father and both of her legs in the Haiti quake. For her and…

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88 Haitians rescued at sea repatriated

The Coast Guard said 88 Haitian nationals who were rescued from a sinking freighter were returned to Haiti BY SERGIO R. BUSTOS Another large…

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Mexico’s earthquake recovery could be a model for Haiti

Though Mexico’s government botched its initial response to the 1985 earthquakes, it found the right formula to build and repair tens of thousands of homes….

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Haiti: What to Do with a Nation of Amputees

More than a month after his crushed left leg was amputated just above the knee, Gedeon Ralph Mary, 23, still cries. Not from the physical…

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American Airlines to resume service to Haiti

CHICAGO (Reuters) – AMR Corp’s American Airlines on Tuesday said it would resume service to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Friday, its first flight to the nation…

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Harper tours Canada’s relief operation in Haiti Prime Minister visits Jacmel, where Canada’s DART team operates medical clinic

JACMEL-Prime Minister Stephen Harper today got a primer from Canadian troops on what they’re doing in earthquake-shattered Haiti. What he saw in the small city…