Archive for April, 2011

As predicted in November, Preval and his CEP have STOLEN the Chamber of Deputies AND Senate for INITE

April 21, 2011
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As predicted in November, Preval and his CEP have STOLEN the Chamber of Deputies AND Senate for INITE

As predicted in November, Preval and his CEP have stolen the Chamber of Deputies , and Senate for INITE, his party. Announcing funal results delayed twice due to fear of public reaction to the fraud. Violence is spreading. Doctor and Nurse killed at hospital near Mirabalaise. StephenBenoit says this is Preval’s greatest crime. ARREST...
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Five tasks for Haiti’s new pop-singer president

April 21, 2011
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Five tasks for Haiti’s new pop-singer president

- Bernice Robertson and Kimberly Abbott:CSM Martelly has officially – and finally – been proclaimed president-elect of Haiti, and he is savoring his success – in the United States. His victory tour began Tuesday in Washington, where he is meeting with Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, along with officials from the World Bank...
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Haiti needs new homes and a new military, says new president

April 21, 2011
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Haiti needs new homes and a new military, says new president

guardian.co.uk, Thursday 21 April 2011 Michel Martelly outlines his aims on visit to US as he prepares to lead quake-ravaged country, after winning 67% of vote Michel Martelly has vowed to speed up Haiti‘s recovery and to re-establish an army after being officially declared the next president of the quake-battered country. Haiti’s electoral commission...
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Ex-Haitian President Rene Preval Decorates Cuban Medical Brigade

April 21, 2011
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Ex-Haitian President Rene Preval Decorates Cuban Medical Brigade

HAVANA, Cuba, Apr 21 (acn) Haitian President Rene Preval granted the Cuban Medical Brigade on Wednesday the National Order of Honor and Merit in the grade of Grand Officer, the top award of that Caribbean nation, in recognition of its commendable work in the struggle against the cholera epidemic, which made it possible to...
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Remarks With Haitian President-Elect Michel Martelly After Their Meeting

April 20, 2011
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Remarks With Haitian President-Elect Michel Martelly After Their Meeting

Hillary Rodham Clinton Secretary of State Treaty Room Washington, DC April 20, 2011 SECRETARY CLINTON: Well, good afternoon, everyone. It is a great pleasure and an honor for me to welcome the President-elect to the State Department on behalf of the United States Government, and to formally congratulate President-elect Martelly on his victory in...
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Renewed cholera outbreaks in Haiti

April 20, 2011
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Renewed cholera outbreaks in Haiti

PORT-AU-PRINCE AFP: Haitian health officials on Wednesday said they have found new cases of cholera in rural areas of the country, but said the epidemic, which has killed thousands since last year, remains on the decline. “Residual outbreaks” have appeared in the north, the central plateau, and the southeast, “but they do not constitute...
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CNN Sues Haiti Broadcaster for Using ‘HLN’ Trademark ‘HLN’ — Headline News or Haiti Live Networks?

April 20, 2011
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CNN Sues Haiti Broadcaster for Using ‘HLN’ Trademark ‘HLN’ — Headline News or Haiti Live Networks?

by Eriq Gardner: CNN is picking a fight with a broadcaster from troubled Haiti over its choice of acronym. The cable news giant has filed a trademark suit against Haiti Live Networks, claiming that CNN already holds domain over “HLN” for its Headline News network. Haiti Live Networks operates a website that describes its...
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Coachella 2011: The rise of a new generation No Roger Waters or Prince this year. Instead, the festival got its star wattage from acts that came of age in the aughts.

April 18, 2011
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Coachella 2011: The rise of a new generation No Roger Waters or Prince this year. Instead, the festival got its star wattage from acts that came of age in the aughts.

By August Brown and Margaret Wappler, Los Angeles Times April 18, 2011 As the U.K. folk-revival quartet Mumford & Sons, all of whom are in their early 20s, stared out on the 70,000 people or so gathered to watch their set at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival on Saturday night, they couldn’t...
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Virtual hookup connects grieving Haitian father to Miami family

April 18, 2011
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Virtual hookup connects grieving Haitian father to Miami family

A Haitian man tried and acquitted on terrorism charge is denied admittance into the United States to attend the funeral of his teenage son struck and killed by a vehicle on I-95. BY JAY WEAVER AND JACQUELINE CHARLES jcharles@MiamiHerald.com PORT-AU-PRINCE – Lyglenson “Levi’’ Lemorin, sitting inside a Cyber Café Saturday, waited patiently for technology...
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‘Biodigester’ turns human waste into fuel

April 18, 2011
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‘Biodigester’ turns human waste into fuel

Agence France-Presse April 18, 2011 Desperately poor Haiti is finding a cheap source of fuel in recycling human excrement, a move that could help put a dent in a cholera epidemic and slow the country’s pervasive deforestation. The “biodigester,” which converts organic waste to biogas and a liquid fertilizer rich in nutrients, requires little...
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