Archive for November 4th, 2015

Feed the Hungry packs more than a half-million meals for Haiti

November 4, 2015
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Feed the Hungry packs more than a half-million meals for Haiti

About 3,500 volunteers help during 2-day event at Cabarrus Arena and Events Center Food bags contained dehydrated vegetables, a scoop of vitamin powder, a cup of rice and a cup of soy in a plastic bag Each bag makes about 6 meals The He’s Alive Church group, foreground left, begins packing the meals during...
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Soni Mustivar to join Haiti Men’s National Team for World Cup qualifiers

November 4, 2015
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Soni Mustivar to join Haiti Men’s National Team for World Cup qualifiers

Sporting Kansas City midfielder Soni Mustivar will join the Haiti Men’s National Team for a pair of upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers. Haiti will play at Costa Rica on Nov. 13 before hosting Jamaica on Nov. 17. Mustivar excelled for Sporting KC this past season in his first year in Major League Soccer. The 25-year-old midfielder...
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APRES MOIS LES DELUGE

November 4, 2015
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APRES MOIS LES DELUGE

November 4, 2015 We have seen an unabated ARROGANCE OF POWER exhibited by those in the Martelly government, and those in opposition. There is an old Irish saying, mirrored in many national proverbs, to the effect that: THE PIPER MUST BE PAID. The time has come. Over the next few days, Haiti will experience...
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Noriega: U.S. must step up to help Haiti’s new leaders

November 4, 2015
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Noriega: U.S. must step up to help Haiti’s new leaders

By Roger F. Noriega – Tribune News Service Haiti is at a crossroads, and this is no time for the United States or the international community to stop caring where that country is headed. More to the point, rather than merely treating the impoverished nation’s symptoms, those who genuinely care about Haitians should challenge...
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Haïti Elections : Accusations de fraudes pour justifier la violence de leurs partisans? par Stanley Lucas

November 4, 2015
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Haïti Elections : Accusations de fraudes pour justifier la violence de leurs partisans? par Stanley Lucas

La fonction première de l’élection est de permettre aux citoyens de choisir leurs gouvernants et leurs représentants pour diriger les institutions de l’État. Ainsi, l’élection est une délégation de souveraineté. Elle constitue, au sein d’une société organisée, une soupape de sécurité. En effet, la possibilité pour les citoyens de pouvoir régulièrement exprimer leur mécontentement...
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Smoked herring connects Cap-Pelé to Haiti

November 4, 2015
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Smoked herring connects Cap-Pelé to Haiti

A million cases of the smoked fish travel each year to the impoverished country Smoked herring from Cap-Pelé can be found all over Haiti, including this northern market. (Radio-Canada) For the past century, one of New Brunswick’s most enduring trade partnerships has been with one of the world’s poorest countries. The fishing village of Cap-Pelé has...
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ANACASIS SHOULD BE ARRESTED !! Lapeh réclame l’exclusion de Jovenel Moise du scrutin – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

November 4, 2015
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ANACASIS  SHOULD BE ARRESTED !! Lapeh réclame l’exclusion de Jovenel Moise du scrutin – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Le coordonateur général de Lapeh, Anacacis Jean Hector, est révulsé contre le candidat à la présidence du PHTK. M. Jean Hector ne décolère pas contre les dirigeants du PHTK qu’il accuse d’avoir réalisé des fraudes massives lors du scrutin du 25 octobre. L’exclusion de Jovenel Moise de la course électorale est réclamée par l’ex...
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IDB spending $65 million to improve transportation in Haiti

November 4, 2015
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IDB spending $65 million to improve transportation in Haiti

WASHINGTON, DC, USA (CMC) — The Inter American Development Bank (IDB) said yesterday that it will be providing US$65 million to Haiti to improve transportation in the French-speaking Caribbean Community (Caricom) country. The IDB said the money will improve the efficiency and safety of its transportation system and will advance regional and international integration....
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