Haiti beats Guatemala in WWCQ Matches

November 2, 2010
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Haiti beats Guatemala in WWCQ Matches

CONCACAF.com Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football November 1, 2010 CANCUN, Mexico – Adeline Saintilmond scored her first goal of the tournament and Haiti defeated Guatemala 1-0 on Monday in the final game for both at CONCACAF Women’s World Cup Qualifying. Saintilmond, who led Haiti with three goals in five games...
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Insult to injury: Cholera has Haiti reeling, and Bill Clinton & Anderson Cooper haven’t done enough

November 2, 2010
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Insult to injury: Cholera has Haiti reeling, and Bill Clinton & Anderson Cooper haven’t done enough

By Ansel Herz Breaking: North American news outlets “excited” by Haiti cholera outbreak. They say for them, “without a crisis, Haiti doesn’t exist.” It’s a bitterly sarcastic but, unfortunately, entirely true statement, made via Twitter this week by Vanderbilt University historian Peter James Hudson. CNN doubled its prime-time viewership in January when a 7.0...
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Tomas seen regaining power , pose threat to Haiti

November 2, 2010
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Tomas seen regaining power , pose threat to Haiti

By GLENFORD PRESCOTT, Associated Press Mon Nov 1, 6:15 am ET KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent – No longer a hurricane, Tropical Storm Tomas swirled over warm Caribbean waters early Monday and forecasters warned it could regain power and pose a threat to the crowded quake refugee camps in Haiti. With maximum sustained winds of 65...
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Faculte d’Ethnologie: Les etudiants ont chante les funérailles symboliques des candidats de la Plate-forme politique INITE par Kevdor

November 2, 2010
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Faculte d’Ethnologie: Les etudiants ont chante les funérailles symboliques des candidats de la Plate-forme politique INITE par Kevdor

Ce lundi 1 novembre 2010 dans les artères de la faculté d’ethnologie les étudiants ont profité pour organiser les funérailles symboliques des candidats de la Plate-forme politique INITE ceci pour manifester leur refus a cette politique de continuité et pour dire a la nation que cette jeunesse ne veut pas se faire complice des...
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Laboratory Test Results of Cholera Outbreak Strain in Haiti Announced

November 1, 2010
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Laboratory Test Results of Cholera Outbreak Strain in Haiti Announced

Press Release __________________________________________________________________________________________ For Immediate Release      Contact: Division of News & Electronic Media Monday, November 1, 2010      (404) 639-3286 Laboratory Test Results of Cholera Outbreak Strain in Haiti Announced PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI — The Haitian Ministry of Public Health and Population has received the results of laboratory testing showing that the...
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Haiti braces as Hurricane Tomas roars over Caribbean

November 1, 2010
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Haiti braces as Hurricane Tomas roars over Caribbean

Sun Oct 31, 2010 5:35pm EDT image By Joseph Guyler Delva PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) – Authorities on Sunday urged hundreds of thousands of Haitians living in crowded tent camps to seek new shelter as Hurricane Tomas roared across the Caribbean with Haiti in its projected path. Tomas was downgraded to a Category 1 storm after...
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Weakening Tomas still remains a concern for Haiti

November 1, 2010
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Weakening Tomas still remains a concern for Haiti

By CURTIS MORGAN cmorgan@MiamiHerald.com Hurricane Tomas began weakening on Sunday, a trend that could reduce it to a tropical storm over the next few days. But it was expected to regain strength during what looms as a slow, weeklong march toward the Caribbean’s largest islands. Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center, stressing that Tomas’...
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Republicans Appear Poised to Win Big on Tuesday

November 1, 2010
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Republicans Appear Poised to Win Big on Tuesday

Lead in generic ballot large enough to give Republicans solid majority control of U.S. House. PRINCETON, NJ — The final USA Today/Gallup measure of Americans’ voting intentions for Congress shows Republicans continuing to hold a substantial lead over Democrats among likely voters, a lead large enough to suggest that regardless of turnout, the Republicans...
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Plantes pouvant aider à la lutte contre le choléra

November 1, 2010
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Plantes pouvant aider à la lutte contre le choléra

Par Marilise Rouzier, Biologiste Haiti est frappée par une épidémie de choléra, maladie très contagieuse touchant une population déjà fragilisée et due à une bactérie très agressive, le Vibrio cholerae. Cette maladie cause une déshydratation sévère qui peut en quelques heures emporter le malade si rien n’est entrepris. Le Ministère de la Santé publique...
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KARZAI DENOUNCES DRUG RAID IN AFGHANISTAN: COULD BE MIRRORED IN HAITI WITH PREVAL/LAMBERT/CELESTIN

October 31, 2010
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KARZAI DENOUNCES DRUG RAID IN AFGHANISTAN: COULD BE MIRRORED IN HAITI WITH PREVAL/LAMBERT/CELESTIN

The Afghan president calls a large-scale operation in which the U.S. and Russia took part a violation of sovereignty, even though Afghan police participated in the action near the Pakistan border. Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Saturday denounced a large-scale drug raid in which U.S. forces and Russian drug agents took part, calling it...
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Guards Cash in on SMUGGLING HAITIAN CHILDREN

October 31, 2010
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Guards Cash in on SMUGGLING HAITIAN CHILDREN

The Miami Herald, BY GERARDO REYES AND JACQUELINE CHARLES, Posted on Tue, Oct. 26, 2010 The long-legged young man in a black jacket and shorts carries a child under each arm, given to him on the Haitian side of the border. He steps into the calm waters of the Massacre River and in less...
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How series was reported and numbers tallied

October 31, 2010
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How series was reported and numbers tallied

In February reporters and photographers from El Nuevo Herald and The Miami Herald began investigating claims that children were routinely smuggled from Haiti into the Dominican Republic, a long-standing problem that became an epidemic following the earthquake that killed an estimated 300,000 people in January. The journalists persuaded traffickers to talk — if we...
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Hurricane Tomas might put Haiti under the gun

October 30, 2010
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Hurricane Tomas might put Haiti under the gun

The forecast track for Tomas now shows the system slowing down considerably by Thursday and starting to turn northwest while it’s in the Caribbean southeast of Jamaica. From there, several models predict the system will make a distinct turn back to the northeast, possibly putting Haiti or the Dominican Republic under the gun. That...
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Misinformation the enemy in Haiti’s cholera battle-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

October 30, 2010
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Misinformation the enemy in Haiti’s cholera battle-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Angela Mulholland, CTV.ca News Date: Saturday Oct. 30, 2010 7:49 AM ET As Haiti enters its third week of an outbreak of cholera, health workers on the ground say they are fighting against a tide of misinformation in their fight to educate Haitians on how to combat the illness. Just this past week, as...
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Tropical Storm Tomas Nears the Caribbean

October 30, 2010
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Tropical Storm Tomas Nears the Caribbean

Tropical Storm Tomas has formed near the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles off the coast of northeastern South America. Tomas is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane some time this weekend. Latest forecast information Tropical Storm Tomas: Tropical Update Below you’ll find various maps from current storm information to satellite images and the...
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Protesters blame UN base for cholera in Haiti

October 30, 2010
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Protesters blame UN base for cholera in Haiti

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Hundreds of protesters who blame U.N. peacekeepers from Nepal for Haiti’s widening cholera epidemic marched on a rural military base Friday to demand the soldiers leave the country. Demonstrators waving tree branches and carrying anti-U.N. banners walked from the central plateau city of Mirebalais several miles to the gates of...
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Haiti Scrambles to Secure Clean Water Cholera Epidemic Underscores Need to Overhaul Crumbling Sanitation Network; Helicopters Ferry in Supplies of Chlorine

October 29, 2010
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Haiti Scrambles to Secure Clean Water Cholera Epidemic Underscores Need to Overhaul Crumbling Sanitation Network; Helicopters Ferry in Supplies of Chlorine

Wall Street Journal: By INGRID ARNESEN And MIKE ESTERL A BIG PUDDLE OF NEPALESE POO CONTAMINATES PEASANT’S WATER SUPPLY U.N. investigators seeking the cause of the cholera epidemic gathered human waste this week from a peace-keeping base in Mirebalais, Haiti. ST. MARC, Haiti—Haiti’s cholera epidemic is adding fresh urgency to the need to upgrade...
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Rapid test for malaria approved for Haiti

October 29, 2010
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Rapid test for malaria approved for Haiti

ATLANTA, Oct. 28 (UPI) — Haitian and U.S. officials have approved the use of three malaria rapid diagnostic tests for use in earthquake-ravaged Haiti, a U.S. report says. Officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta and Haiti Ministry of Public Health and Population say because symptoms of malaria are non-specific,...
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MINUSTAH PRESENCE IN HAITI IMPORTANT IN THE SUPPORT OF COCAINE TRAFFIC, TRAFFICKING OF CHILDREN, KIDNAPPING,PROSTITUTION, PREVAL’S CRIMINAL GOVERNMENT AND NOW THE INTRODUCTION OF CHOLERA INTO NATION.

October 28, 2010
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MINUSTAH PRESENCE IN HAITI IMPORTANT IN THE  SUPPORT OF COCAINE TRAFFIC, TRAFFICKING OF CHILDREN, KIDNAPPING,PROSTITUTION, PREVAL’S CRIMINAL GOVERNMENT AND NOW THE INTRODUCTION OF CHOLERA INTO NATION.

Mirebalais, Haiti: Milirary base being probed as source of Haiti cholera outbreak WATCH THE VIDEO HERE—-UN dumps waste and POISONS HAITI MIREBALAIS, Haiti – U.N. investigators took samples of foul-smelling waste trickling behind a Nepalese peacekeeping base toward an infected river system on Wednesday, following persistent accusations that excrement from the newly arrived unit...
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Invitation à la Presse Le Bureau de la Communication du Parti RESPÈ vous convie a une CONFERENCE DE PRESSE.

October 28, 2010
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Invitation à la Presse        Le Bureau de la Communication du Parti RESPÈ vous convie a  une CONFERENCE DE PRESSE.

Date           : JEUDI 28 Octobre 2010 Heure         : 05h00 PM Lieu            : Hôtel MONT JOLI Les médias sont cordialement invités à couvrir ce rassemblement. **** – Gen Plas Pou Tout Moun! – Haïti-Nation change de peau! Nous vous invitons dès à présent à vous enregistrer sur le site http://www.haiti-nation.com où vous pourrez publier vos...
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