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GUATEMALA CAN DO IT, WHY NOT HAITI?

September 5, 2015
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GUATEMALA CAN DO IT, WHY NOT HAITI?

5 September 2015 From the section Latin America & CaribbeanBBC Guatemala’s former president has appeared in court after spending his first night in prison. Otto Perez Molina, 64, rejected allegations that he was the mastermind of a customs corruption scheme dubbed La Linea, or The Line. At least 100 people are being investigated over...
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Tackling cholera in Haiti

September 5, 2015
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Tackling cholera in Haiti

Insider By Cornelia Walther / ©UNICEF Haiti/2015/Walther A child fetches water from a local waterpoint. After recently spending 24 hours in Gonaives, Artibonite department, the link between water and health is once again engraved in my mind. The day – spent on the ground with UNICEF partner Action Against Hunger (ACF) in and around...
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Ignoring critics and threats of protest, Haitian Education Minister Nesmy Manigat promises to continue with his plans to make public schools more relevant- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

September 5, 2015
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Ignoring critics and threats of protest, Haitian Education Minister Nesmy Manigat promises to continue with his plans to make public schools more relevant- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By Jacqueline Charles jcharles@MiamiHerald.com PORT-AU-PRINCE- A group of students from Lycée Fritz Pierre-Louis who were wearing mustard-colored bottoms and ivory tops were crossing the public square near the presidential palace’s grounds when teens from two rival schools, donning olive green and gray pants with white shirts, approached them and demanded money. They then slapped...
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