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Judge to issue report on Jamaicans jailed in Haiti on drug trafficking charges
By Joseph Guyler Delva LES CAYES, Haiti -- A Haitian investigative judge promised on Thursday to issue, within the coming weeks, his report on the case of 9 of the 20 Jamaicans held in Haiti on drug and gun trafficking charges, as the investigation into the case comes to an end.
San Francisco Bay View
Haiti is not for sale
The people of AZle A Vache are organizing, marching and fighting back. They have formed the Organization of AZle A Vache Farmers, refusing to accept the presidential decree appropriating their island as a tourism zone and unilaterally annulling their property rights.
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Jamaicans still held in Haiti on drug and gun trafficking charges
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Haiti's New Cardinal Celebrates First Mass
Haiti's new Roman Catholic cardinal celebrated his first Mass on Sunday, telling an audience of several thousand people there is a need to show compassion for others.
Haitians Celebrate New Cardinal
Cardinal Chibly Langlois is one of the youngest in a group of 16 new cardinals appointed by Pope Francis.
Pope welcomes like-minded cardinals from periphery
A Vatican Swiss Guard salutes as Pope Francis arrives to open the morning session of an extraordinary consistory in the Synod hall at the Vatican City, Friday, Feb. 21, 2014.
VIDEO: Haiti's first Cardinal
The Bishop of Les Cayes, Chibly Langlois, will be the first cleric from Haiti to be made a Cardinal of the Catholic Church at a ceremony to take place at the Vatican on 22 February.
National Public Radio
Haiti's First Cardinal Remains A Priest Of The People
Haiti has its first inductee into the College of Cardinals. Haitian Bishop Chibly Langlois is one of 19 men chosen by Pope Francis for elevation.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Carvers create joy for children
Youth Pastor Jordy Orsetti, with Westsyde Fellowship Church in Kamloops, accepts a gift of hand-carved rolling bears from Geoff Warrington and Elizabeth Doucette, with the North Okanagan Wood Carvers Society, to be given to children in Haiti.