Rebuilding Haiti, One Stitch at a Time

December 3, 2015
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Rebuilding Haiti, One Stitch at a Time

TAKE ACTION Visiting Haiti is an experience measured as much in magic as it is sadness. On a recent trip back I had the opportunity to retrace the footsteps of a fashion icon who’s left a part of his heart where an earthquake left the already struggling nation in physical and economic ruin. In an industry seemingly disinterested...
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5 Hidden Gems to Visit During Art Basel in Miami’s Little Haiti Neighborhood

December 3, 2015
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5 Hidden Gems to Visit During Art Basel in Miami’s Little Haiti Neighborhood

Photo: Dagmar Schwelle / Laif / Redux This week last year, a clever meme appeared on social media: “Want to know who’s at Art Basel? Don’t worry, they’ll fu**ing tell you.” And that’s not too far off—the annual art show has become a complete scene, to say the least, and while the 2015 fair...
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Honduras, Myanmar & Haiti top of climate change risk list

December 3, 2015
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Honduras, Myanmar & Haiti top of climate change risk list

Photo: dpa-tmn (AFP) Honduras, Myanmar and Haiti top a new list of nations hardest hit by two decades of storms, floods, landslides and droughts that killed more than half a million people, climate analysts reported Thursday, warning of more frequent disasters if Earth’s overheating cannot be tamed. Scientists point to the mounting threat from...
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Ensure integrity of Haiti’s election

December 3, 2015
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Ensure integrity of Haiti’s election

Edwige Danticat Haiti finds itself embroiled — again — in an electoral crisis in the midst of a presidential election. This shouldn’t come as a surprise. First, elections repeatedly were delayed under President Michel Martelly until Parliament dissolved in January. This allowed him to rule by decree without democratic checks and balances. Now, on...
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Haiti Elections- Position du G-8 : Communiqué du RDNP

December 1, 2015
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Haiti Elections- Position du G-8 : Communiqué du RDNP

Nous avons lu, avec satisfaction mais sans surprise, la position du G-8 dans son communiqué du 29 novembre. Aussi, saluons-nous le courage de nos compatriotes qui, dans cette conjoncture difficile, ont choisi la bonne voie, en mettant l’intérêt de la nation au dessus de leurs légitimes ambitions. En avril et en mai 2015, nous...
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Artist paints colorful new life into vintage Little Haiti building

December 1, 2015
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Artist paints colorful new life into vintage Little Haiti building

Haitian artist Turgo Bastien paints the old St. Claire Laundry and Dry Cleaners building in Little Haiti on Nov. 10. Alfonso Duran By Christian Portilla South Florida News Service When Turgo Bastien created his first painting, it wasn’t with a brush or acrylic paint. The artist, then 8, turned a chicken feather into a...
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A search for family in Haiti raises questions about adoption

December 1, 2015
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A search for family in Haiti raises questions about adoption

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — As Mariette Williams waited for her flight from South Florida to Haiti, she paced the departure lounge, folding and re-folding her ticket and clutching the handle of a bag sagging with gifts. She was excited but terrified: For the first time in nearly 30 years, she was about to see...
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Mosquito-Borne Chikungunya Virus May Lead to Fatal Brain Infection

December 1, 2015
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Mosquito-Borne Chikungunya Virus May Lead to Fatal Brain Infection

Photo Credit: Getty Images The brain infection mostly affects infants and elderly ones and even lead to death as well. A mosquito-borne virus is spreading fairly quickly among U.S. citizens and it can lead to a severe brain infection and even deaths in feeble ones, a new study suggests. The study was focused on...
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JUDE CELESTIN CONTINUES TO POSTURE

December 1, 2015
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JUDE CELESTIN CONTINUES TO POSTURE


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Propositions de l’Eglise catholique pour sauver le processus électoral en Haïti

December 1, 2015
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Propositions de l’Eglise catholique pour sauver le processus électoral en Haïti

Note de la Conférence épiscopale d’Haïti 1. Nous, Évêques Catholiques de l’Église d’Haïti, réunis en notre 120ème Assemblée Plénière Ordinaire à Lilavois, Croix-­des-­Bouquets, faisons part de notre solidarité et de notre profonde communion avec le peuple de notre pays, en ce moment critiqué et décisif de notre histoire. 2. Cette solidarité et cette communion...
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CELESTIN & GROUP OF 8 SIGN DECLARATION PISSING ON THE ELECTORAL PROCESS. MANY OF THE REMAINING CANDIDATES, EACH WITH SOMETHING LIKE 0.01 – 1.3% OF THE VOTE WILL MEET AT BEST WESTERN TONIGHT SIGNING SAME TYPE DECLARATION AS GROUP OF 8.

November 30, 2015
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CELESTIN & GROUP OF 8 SIGN DECLARATION PISSING ON THE ELECTORAL PROCESS. MANY OF THE REMAINING CANDIDATES, EACH WITH SOMETHING LIKE 0.01 – 1.3% OF THE VOTE  WILL MEET AT BEST WESTERN TONIGHT SIGNING SAME TYPE DECLARATION AS GROUP OF 8.

November 30, 2015 We see a change of pace in the electoral process as losers attempt to block a process in which they have already lost. Celestin knows he cannot defeat Jovenel Moise in a free-and-fair, carefully supervised run-off. The other 7 are really nothing in the field.  Narcisse got 7% Ceant, Benoit, Eric...
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Grand hommage national à l’immortel Black Alex -Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

November 29, 2015
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Grand hommage national à l’immortel Black Alex -Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Par : Herve Gilbert La cérémonie funèbre de l’artiste populaire haïtien  Jamecy Alex Pierre alias  Black Alex,  reconnu comme une vraie légende haïtienne, a eu lieu à l’église St Pierre de Pétion-Ville ce vendredi 27 Novembre 2015.    L’ancienne superstar  du groupe King Posse et ancien imprésario de plusieurs autres formations musicales, peintre de...
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JUDE CELESTIN, MOISE JEAN-CHARLES AND ARISTIDE/NARCISSE PUT 100- 200 TROUBLEMAKERS ON DELMAS IN VICINITY OF CANADIAN EMBASSY – THREW ROCKS AT EMBASSY, BROKE STORE WINDOWS, DAMAGED MANY CARS AND STOLE MERCHANTS PROPERTY. ORGANIZERS DISTRIBUTED NEW, EXPENSIVE, FRESHLY SHARPENED MACHETTES TO CHOP PEOPLE.

November 29, 2015
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JUDE CELESTIN, MOISE JEAN-CHARLES AND ARISTIDE/NARCISSE PUT  100- 200 TROUBLEMAKERS ON DELMAS IN VICINITY OF CANADIAN EMBASSY – THREW ROCKS AT EMBASSY, BROKE STORE WINDOWS, DAMAGED MANY CARS AND STOLE MERCHANTS PROPERTY. ORGANIZERS DISTRIBUTED NEW, EXPENSIVE, FRESHLY SHARPENED MACHETTES TO CHOP PEOPLE.

November 29, 2015 The attached photo shows a terrorist who was provided with a freshly sharpened, expensive machete, with orders to attack anyone along their Delmas march. Police intervened and arrested many. The crowd threw stones at the Canadian embassy, beat of market ladies, stealing their products, broke car windows, store windows and burned...
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DOMINICANS STOP FUNDING CELESTIN, MOISE JEAN-CHARLES, ARISTIDE, MANIGAT DEMONSTRATIONS WHEN PEOPLE TAKE MONEY, FOOD AND BOOZE THEN GO HOME. NEG BANNANN HAS SEVERAL HUGE MANIFESTATIONS SUNDAY, WITHOUT PAYING A GOURDE. NEG BANNANN HAS POPULARITY THAT DRAWS SINCERE PEOPLE.

November 29, 2015
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DOMINICANS STOP FUNDING CELESTIN, MOISE JEAN-CHARLES, ARISTIDE, MANIGAT DEMONSTRATIONS WHEN PEOPLE TAKE MONEY, FOOD AND BOOZE THEN GO HOME. NEG BANNANN HAS SEVERAL HUGE MANIFESTATIONS SUNDAY, WITHOUT PAYING A GOURDE. NEG BANNANN HAS POPULARITY THAT DRAWS SINCERE PEOPLE.

November 29, 2015 The following pictures show the crowds and Jovenel Moise at a church service.
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Researchers Genetically Modify Mosquitoes to Be Malaria-Resistant

November 29, 2015
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Researchers Genetically Modify Mosquitoes to Be Malaria-Resistant

An Anopheles stephensi mosquito, in flight, pictured in 2005. Scientists at UC Irvine have inserted a gene into the Anopheles stephensi mosquitos, genetically engineering a resistance to the Malaria virus, preventing its spread through mosquito bites. Hugh Sturrock/Wellcome Images Malaria will strike more than 200 million people this year, according to the World Health...
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Nan yon spòt kanpay, plizyè komedyen Ayisyen bay Jude Célestin ti non gate “22/22″. Ki vle di 22 pitit ak 22 manman. Ki sa w pase de sa?

November 29, 2015
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Nan yon spòt kanpay, plizyè komedyen Ayisyen bay Jude Célestin ti non gate “22/22″. Ki vle di 22 pitit ak 22 manman. Ki sa w pase de sa?

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Violent clashes in Haiti’s capital after disputed elections- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

November 28, 2015
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Violent clashes in Haiti’s capital after disputed elections- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Clashes between protestor and Haiti’s President Michel Martelly supporters results in one death after the opposition disputes election outcome One person has been shot dead and another has been wounded by a machete blow to the head after violent clashes broke out on Friday in Haiti’s capital. The skirmishes took place between protesters, who...
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3 Syrians detained in St. Maarten, 1 stopped in Honduras

November 28, 2015
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3 Syrians detained in St. Maarten, 1 stopped in Honduras

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten (AP) — Three Syrians traveling with fake Greek passports are being held in the Dutch Caribbean island of St. Maarten, authorities said, while officials in the Central American nation of Honduras reported detaining a Syrian and two Pakistanis traveling by bus Saturday. The St. Maarten public prosecutor’s office said that the...
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Good News in Port-au-Prince, Haiti

November 28, 2015
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Good News in Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Contact: Jay Fordice, Luis Palau Association, 503-614-1500 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Nov. 24, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ – In the midst of uncertainty following Haiti’s election results, thousands gather peacefully for evangelistic festival with Andrew Palau. Just two weeks after the results of the Presidential election sparked an extended period of widespread political unrest, thousands of people gathered...
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Amid post-election chaos in Haiti, diplomat Kenneth Merten defends U.S. policies

November 28, 2015
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Amid post-election chaos in Haiti, diplomat Kenneth Merten defends U.S. policies

WASHINGTON — One month after Haitians went to the polls to choose a new president, Haiti’s electoral council has announced the official results — triggering violent protests by supporters of Moise Jean-Charles, who finished third in the Oct. 25 election. Banana exporter Jovenel Moise, the favorite of outgoing President Michel Martelly — who cannot run...
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