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The BoGoLight series of SOLAR Powered Flashlights-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

August 31, 2011
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The BoGoLight series of SOLAR Powered Flashlights-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

http://www.bogolight.com/ __________________________________________________________________ COMMENT: HAITIAN-TRUTH.ORG After 18 months in customs a shipment of BOGO lights will be released for distribution to kids in areas where there are no lights. These rechargeable flashlights will make night into day, allowing students an opportunity to invest more hours in study.
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Dr Garry Conille: le troisième premier ministre désigné de Martelly?

August 31, 2011
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Dr Garry Conille: le troisième premier ministre désigné de Martelly?

Le président Joseph Michel Martelly pourrait désigner cette semaine le Dr Garry Conille comme premier ministre, ont révélé ce lundi plusieurs sources proches de la présidence à Port-au-Prince. Le locataire du palais national en a discuté à la fin de la semaine écoulée avec des représentants de la classe politique, de la société civile,...
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Vue panoramique du Parlement et implications politiques

August 31, 2011
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Vue panoramique du Parlement et implications politiques

Le Nouvelliste: Haïti: Tout parlementaire, mis à part les responsabilités que lui attribue la Constitution, a l’obligation de répondre aux attentes de la population tout en suivant les lignes de son parti. Cependant, ce Parlement, a une fois de plus, démontré son intransigeance en sanctionnant le choix du premier Ministre désigné, afin de satisfaire...
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L’INITE a publie le document qui suit sur le choix du Premier Ministre et les pourparlers. Dans ce document on retrouve une incoherence totale entre ce que les hommes de l’INITE ecrivent, leurs performances recentes et leurs declarations dans la presse. Vous trouverez mes commentaires en rouge.

August 31, 2011
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L’INITE a publie le document qui suit sur le choix du Premier Ministre et les pourparlers. Dans ce document on retrouve une incoherence totale entre ce que les hommes de l’INITE ecrivent, leurs performances recentes et leurs declarations dans la presse. Vous trouverez mes commentaires en rouge.

*INITE-GPR* *POURPARLERS IMMEDIATS ET SERIEUX POUR L’INSTALLATION D’UN GOUVERNEMENT FONCTIONNEL ET DURABLE.* Le G-16 est plus que jamais conscient des urgences et des priorités nationales du moment *(Lucas: Ou etaient ces senateurs depuis cinq ans? N’ont-ils pas ignore les priorites nationales pendant dix ans ou ils votaient absents au parlement?)* . Avec des indices...
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There Goes Brazil from Haiti and the Country’s Hopes for a UN Permanent Seat

August 31, 2011
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There Goes Brazil from Haiti and the Country’s Hopes for a UN Permanent Seat

Written by Alex Sanchez Tuesday, 30 August 2011 16:48 0diggsdigg Brazil’s leadership in the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) may be coming to its end. The newly-appointed defense minister, Celso Amorim (most recently he served as foreign affairs minister from 2003 to 2011) recently declared to the Brazilian media that he “supports...
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Endgame For Brazil’s Role In UN’s Mission In Haiti? – Analysis

August 31, 2011
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Endgame For Brazil’s Role In UN’s Mission In Haiti? – Analysis

Eurasia Review: By Alex Sanchez Brazil’s leadership in the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) may be coming to its end. The newly-appointed defense minister, Celso Amorin (most recently he served as foreign affairs minister from 2003 to 2011) recently declared to the Brazilian media that he “supports the withdrawal of Brazilian troops...
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U.S. newborn death rate tied with Qatar/South Korea, Cuba, Malaysia, Lithuania, Poland and Israel all outrank the U.S.

August 31, 2011
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U.S. newborn death rate tied with Qatar/South Korea, Cuba, Malaysia, Lithuania, Poland and Israel all outrank the U.S.

Babies in the United States have a higher risk of dying during their first month of life than do babies born in 40 other countries, according to a new report. Some of the countries that outrank the United States in terms of newborn death risk are South Korea, Cuba, Malaysia, Lithuania, Poland and Israel,...
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FLASH – FLASH – FLASH CLINTON’S CHOICE FOR PRIME MINISTER ANNOUNCED EVEN THOUGH GARY CANNILLE DOES NOT MEET RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT

August 30, 2011
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FLASH – FLASH – FLASH  CLINTON’S CHOICE FOR PRIME MINISTER ANNOUNCED EVEN THOUGH GARY CANNILLE  DOES NOT MEET RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT

August 30, 2011 Once again, American meddling leaves the Haitian train on the rush to a wreck. Gary Cannille is a nice, young, inexperienced guy who has spent so much time outside of the country that he is not tuned in to Haitian reality. Most importantly, he does not meet the residency requirements, stipulated...
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Political deadlock hampers Haiti’s reconstruction

August 30, 2011
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Political deadlock hampers Haiti’s reconstruction

Source: alertnet // Anastasia Moloney A poster for Haiti’s presidential candidate Michel Martelly is seen outside a makeshift camp for 2010 earthquake survivors in Port-au-Prince, March 19, 2011. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton By Anastasia Moloney BOGOTA (AlertNet) - Haitian President Michel Martelly’s struggle to build consensus among lawmakers has created a political deadlock that threatens already slow...
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Haitian anti-kidnap unit working to free US citizen abducted from home

August 29, 2011
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Haitian anti-kidnap unit working to free US citizen abducted from home

Washington Post PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — The head of the Haiti’s anti-kidnapping unit says an American has been kidnapped from his home in the capital. Francois Dossous says the U.S. citizen was seized by men posing as employees of a package delivery service. The victim was identified as Frank Jean-Baptiste. He is married to the...
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Barack Obama’s uncle has been arrested and held as illegal immigrant

August 29, 2011
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Barack Obama’s uncle has been arrested and held as illegal immigrant

BARACK Obama’s long-lost “Uncle Omar” has been arrested for alleged drink-driving outside Boston and detained as an illegal immigrant, The Times can reveal. The arrest ends a mystery over the fate of a relative that the US President wrote in his memoir had moved to America from Kenya in the 1960s, although the circumstances...
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Bellerive serait ratifié sans tracas

August 28, 2011
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Bellerive serait ratifié sans tracas

La Nouvelliste: Le président Michel Joseph Martelly et le sénateur Joseph Lambert ont eu un tête-à-tête de plus de quatre heures vendredi. Les deux hommes ont évoqué la nécessité d’une collaboration entre le chef de l’Etat et une “majorité fonctionnelle” en construction. Mais, sans forcer la main de Martelly, Lambert, sur Magik 9, a...
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Les douze commandements de la conviction Lavalas

August 28, 2011
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Les douze commandements de la conviction Lavalas

`1. C’est voler les ressources de l’etat et les utiliser a des fins personnelles 2. C’est diriger avec la violence et le terrorisme d’etat en placant des criminels dans les institutions d’etat 3. C’est manipuler les resultats des elections avec un Conseil Electoral Partisan 4. C’est solliciter un embargo qui a detruit l’economie notre...
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Vitamin A pills ‘could save thousands of children’

August 27, 2011
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Vitamin A pills ‘could save thousands of children’

BBC/Health Giving vitamin A supplements to children under the age of five in developing countries could save 600,000 lives a year, researchers claim. Writing in the British Medical Journal, UK and Pakistani experts assessed 43 studies involving 200,000 children, and found deaths were cut by 24% if children were given the vitamin. And they...
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Lis ce texte et comprends ce qui n’est pas dit dans le cahier de charge du groupe des 16.On est d’accord sur les neuf points sauf sur le premier

August 27, 2011
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Lis ce texte et comprends ce qui n’est pas dit dans le cahier de charge du groupe des 16.On est d’accord sur les neuf points sauf sur le premier

August 26, 2011-08-27 Le Temps de jeter les masques est arrivé Je ne demande aucun crédit aux lecteurs pour mes articles qui franchissent lentement mais tranquillement et sereinement les portes de l’exécutif et du parlement haïtien. Certaines des idées sont exploitées en fonction des intérêts des divers groupes pour former un pacte de gouvernabilité...
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Shelters in Léogâne inspected by Clinton Foundation-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

August 27, 2011
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Shelters in Léogâne inspected by Clinton Foundation-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By ISABEAU DOUCET and ISABEL MACDONALD, Freelance The Clinton Foundation has inspected 20 trailers installed at four locations in the Haitian town of Léogâne, after an investigative report by The Nation, The Gazette and the Canadian Centre for Investigative Reporting found a host of problems with the units designed to be used as classrooms...
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Haiti police investigate slaying of well-known notary after body turns up on street

August 27, 2011
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Haiti police investigate slaying of well-known notary after body turns up on street

By Associated Press, Updated: Saturday, August 27, 4:41 PM PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Haiti’s national police force says detectives are investigating the slaying of a well-known notary whose body was found in the street. Spokesman Frantz Lerebours says notary Gilbert Giordani had been snatched while driving his BMW on a sidestreet near downtown Port-au-Prince on Friday evening....
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FLASH – FLASH – FLASH AMERICAN AMBASSADOR FORCES CHOICE OF CLINTON MAN AS PRIME MINISTER—

August 27, 2011
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FLASH – FLASH – FLASH  AMERICAN AMBASSADOR FORCES CHOICE OF CLINTON MAN AS PRIME MINISTER—

August 27, 2011 11:30 Pm American Ambassador Merten had 6 obstructive Haitian senators to his office for a talk about the facts of life, visas, DEA indictments and money. Suddenly, the Group of 16 has fallen in love with Gary Connile, a close associate of Bill Clinton…….who doesn’t qualify for any position, because he...
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Senate Commission Holds Quality Control Meeting with Natcom Directors -Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

August 26, 2011
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Senate Commission Holds Quality Control Meeting with Natcom Directors -Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (defend.ht) – The Senate Public Works Committee met Wednesday with representatives of the phone company Natcom regarding the problems of interconnection with other operators between the three carriers – which include HAITEL and Digicel. The Chairman of the Committee, Senator John William Jeanty said after the meeting his committee received details of...
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Feds: Uptick expected in narcotics trafficking through the Caribbean-Added Commentary y Haitian-Truth

August 26, 2011
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Feds: Uptick expected in narcotics trafficking through the Caribbean-Added Commentary y Haitian-Truth

Miami Herald: The U.S. attorney in Miami unveiled a drug-smuggling indictment as he spotlighted an initiative to crack down on narcotics trafficking in the Caribbean. BY JAY WEAVER jweaver@MiamiHerald.com The U.S. government’s anti-drug smuggling offensive on the Mexican border has caused a “balloon effect” that is expected to spur more narcotics trafficking through the...
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