Archive for November 10th, 2012

The Martelly-Lamothe government, in crisis, sinks into dark silence

November 10, 2012
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The Martelly-Lamothe government, in crisis, sinks into dark silence

CREDIT HAITI OBSERVATEUR November 11, 2012 The arrest of businessman and industrialist Clifford Brandt, on charges of kidnapping two children of another rich family of Haiti, plunges the Martelly-Lamothe government into a new crisis. But this one goes far beyond those in which the current government team found itself into since Michel Martelly moved...
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How Oscar entry “La Source” launched a campaign for clean water across Haiti

November 10, 2012
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How Oscar entry “La Source” launched a campaign for clean water across Haiti

Alexander C. Kaufman Reuters9:49 p.m. CST, November 9, 2012 LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – The documentary “La Source” was originally conceived to be the tale of a single project, the efforts by a Princeton University janitor to bring clean water to a single village in rural Haiti. Now, the film’s exposure has spawned a soccer...
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Formation of a bicameral commission to find a solution to the CEP

November 10, 2012
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Formation of a bicameral commission to find a solution to the CEP

Following the meeting of Monday, 5 November between the President Martelly and 12 senators, in an attempt to resolve the crisis that blocks the Parliament and the formation of the Permanent Electoral Council, and on recommendations of mediators of “Religions for Peace”, Mgr. Pierre-André Dumas and Pastor Sylvain Exantus ; the Parliament constituted Wednesday...
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Setback for first malaria vaccine in African trial

November 10, 2012
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Setback for first malaria vaccine in African trial

Credit: Reuters/Adriane Ohanesian By Kate Kelland and Ben Hirschler LONDON | Fri Nov 9, 2012 9:11am EST (Reuters) – The world’s first potential malaria vaccine proved only 30 percent effective in African babies in a crucial trial, calling into question whether it can be a useful weapon in the fight against the deadly disease....
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LIKE FATHER LIKE SON: Former U.S. Prosecutor Negotiating Plea Deal For Jessie Jackson Jr. Jail time inevitable.

November 10, 2012
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LIKE FATHER LIKE SON:  Former U.S. Prosecutor Negotiating Plea Deal For Jessie Jackson Jr. Jail time inevitable.

CHICAGO (CBS) – A former U.S. attorney representing embattled Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. is negotiating a plea deal with the federal government, CBS 2 has learned. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine has the exclusive details. The plea deal would end Jackson’s 17-year career as a congressman representing Chicago’s South Side and suburbs. At...
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Images devastation et inondation au Cap-Haitien ce 9 Novembre 2012

November 10, 2012
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Trouvez en annexe, les premiere photos de l’inondation au Cap-Haitien Pertes en vies humaines et en biens materiels Les images sont tres traumatisantes, usez de votre discretion First pictures of the flood in Cap-Haitien this Friday November 9, 2012. Losses of human life and material damages recorded. Caution some of the pictures are graphic....
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