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La première dame à Bélize pour soutenir les luttes des femmes d’Haïti et de la Caraïbe

September 5, 2017
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La première dame à Bélize pour soutenir les luttes des femmes d’Haïti et de la Caraïbe

Port-au-Princele lundi 4 septembre 2017.-  La première dame de la République, Madame Martine Moise, a quitté Port-au-Prince ce lundi 4 septembre pour se rendre à Bélize où elle participera à un Forum des premières dames et épouses de chefs d’Etat et de Premiers ministres issus des pays membres de la CARICOM. Cette rencontre qui...
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Hurricane Irma: Caribbean braces for ‘extremely dangerous’ storm

September 5, 2017
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Hurricane Irma: Caribbean braces for ‘extremely dangerous’ storm

Predicted path of Hurricane Irma Hurricane Irma has been upgraded to a category five – the highest category – making it “extremely dangerous” as it crosses the Caribbean. Irma now has sustained winds of 290km/h (180mph), making it the most powerful the Atlantic has seen in over a decade. It is projected to bring...
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Hurricane Irma has become so strong it’s showing up on seismometers used to measure earthquakes

September 5, 2017
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Hurricane Irma has become so strong it’s showing up on seismometers used to measure earthquakes

US-bound Hurricane Irma has gotten so strong that it is showing up on equipment designed to measure earthquakes. Stephen Hicks, a seismologist at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton, said seismometer recordings on Guadeloupe, an island group in the southern Caribbean Sea, show the now-Category 5 storm approaching the Lesser Antilles, another Caribbean island group....
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HAITIAN EDUCATION MINISTRY A TRAIN WRECK – CHILDREN CHEATED!!

September 5, 2017
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HAITIAN EDUCATION MINISTRY A TRAIN WRECK – CHILDREN CHEATED!!

Schools with classes of 80 students, parents unable to afford even modest fees, thousands of unqualified teachers — as students in Haiti return to school, the country’s badly underfunded education system seems headed for a failing grade. In a public elementary school in Petionville, many desks remain empty. “Parents have no means to pay,”...
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