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News on Haiti continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.

3 hrs ago |

Florida university opens TB lab in Haiti

Dr. Michael Lauzardo says that the 1,500 square-feet facility will bring graduate students from outside Haiti to work with Haitian technicians who will then go on to work at the national laboratory.


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3 hrs ago |

Notre Dame seeks sustainable home model for Haiti

That is what Engineering2Empower, or E2E, is working to do in Haiti, the South Bend Tribune reports .


Related Topix: World News, Central America, Natural Disasters, University of Notre Dame, Earthquake

11 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Alumnus Len Gengel to be graduation speaker for Becker

Thirty years ago, Len Gengel sat in the audience listening to someone else give a speech as he graduated with a business administration degree from Becker Junior College.


Related Topix: Becker College, World News, Central America, Lynn University, Boca Raton, FL

Tue Apr 22, 2014


'Minecraft' Helps Residents Remake Developing Cities

For the most part, video games are simply another form of entertainment like movies, television and books; rarely will a video game serve a purpose other than to provide a leisurely pastime.


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The Huffington Post

Kerry Kennedy: Faith in Action: Spending Holy Week at Zamni Beni Haitian Children's Home

It's been pretty hectic the last few weeks, and I'm very happy that Easter is here, with daffodils and forsythia in bloom, lilacs on the way, and chocolate finally allowed after 40 days of abstinence .

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Bangor Daily News

Portland Mayor Michael Brennan leads trip to sister city in Japan

Following in the footsteps of his sons, who visited Portland's sister city with youth and sports cultural exchanges, Brennan left Saturday for a week in the Japanese city, celebrating its 30-year sister-city relationship with Portland.


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Byron Center middle school students provide clean water to Third-World countries

Hundreds of residents in Third-World countries are drinking clean water thanks to a group of Byron Center middle school students.


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Lady of Cite Soleil

Cite Solei is an extremely impoverished and densely populated commune located in the Port-au-Prince metropolitan area in Haiti.


Related Topix: Central America, World News

Sun Apr 20, 2014

KATC-TV Lafayette

Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office Daily Arrest Report

The 64th-ranked Ragin' Cajuns men's tennis team defeated fourth-seeded UT Arlington 4-1 on Saturday at the City Park Tennis... This is the St. Martin Parish Daily Arrest Report for April 19, 2014.


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Canadian visits to Haiti on rise as country continues tourism push

Although its sandy white beaches may rival any country in the Caribbean, Haiti's troubled past has set the country far behind its neighbours when it comes to tourism.

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Sat Apr 19, 2014

Grantham Journal

The Big Interview: Malaria survivor from Newton continues battle by fundraising

The 34-year-old from Newton was helping with the earthquake relief effort in Haiti, when she was suddenley struck down and found herself in intensive care.


Related Topix: Medicine, Malaria, Health, Travel, World News, Haiti Travel, Caribbean Travel, Central America

Tyler Morning Telegraph

Haitian tours East Texas to raise awareness of his church

Courtesy Children eat at Nehemiah Vision Ministries campus in Haiti. The organization has over 100 children in need of sponsorship Courtesy Children who receive services play soccer on the Nehemiah Vision Ministries campus in Haiti.


Related Topix: Central America, World News, Texas

Fri Apr 18, 2014

Caribbean News Now!

Commentary: Good Friday in Haiti

By Jean H Charles My former pastor, Father Alphonse Quennel, now Bishop Kennel, might have been elevated to that rank because of his special skills in organization.


Related Topix: World News, Central America, Life, Holidays, Good Friday, Roman Catholic Church, Religion


How Christians Observe Good Friday Around the World

In the Christian faith, Good Friday - the Friday before Easter Sunday - marks the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and the last day of Holy Week, or Jesus' last week of earthly life.


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Voice of America

Audit Finds US Housing Aid Program in Haiti Falls Short

Haitian woman Romaine, one of the thousands made homeless by the 2010 earthquake, leans on a wall being built by the owners of the land where she lives in Shelter Camp 3, one of 385 informal 'tent cities' still existing since the disaster, in the Delmas suburb of Port-au-Prince, April 22, 2013.


Related Topix: Central America, World News, Natural Disasters, Earthquake

Richard Sexton connects New Orleans and Caribbean in 'Creole World' photo book

Richard Sexton: 'I don't just celebrate the past. I'm looking to see how the past can help us get to the future.'


Related Topix: New Orleans, LA, Journalism, Colombia Travel, Travel, World News, Haiti Travel, Caribbean Travel, Central America

Art Daily

P rez Art Museum opens unprecedented exploration of the cultural history of the Caribbean

Caribbean: Crossroads of the World, opening April 18, 2014 at Perez Art Museum Miami , explores the diverse cultural history of the Caribbean and its diaspora, highlighting over two centuries of rarely seen works dating from after the Haitian Revolution to the present.


Related Topix: World News, Central America, New York, NY, Queens, NY, Hampshire County, England, United Kingdom, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Jamaica, NY

Thu Apr 17, 2014

Broward-Palm Beach

Miami Firm's Venezuelan Security Expert Accused of Terrorism

The police station burned bright as a bonfire. As cars hissed past on the Caracas highway, flames consumed the roadside structure as if it were kindling.


Related Topix: Terrorism, World News, Venezuela, Prison, Central America

The Wellington Advertiser

Food from Moorefield combats hunger in Haiti

It's been one year since the Christian Aid Ministries food drying program known as Reapers of Hope was opened at 1 Parkview Drive in Moorefield.


Related Topix: World News, Central America, Life, Food, Vegetables

Wed Apr 16, 2014

Caribbean News Now!

OAS anticorruption mechanism holds on-site visit to Haiti

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti -- A Commission of the Anti-Corruption Mechanism of the Organization of American States held an "on-site" visit to Haiti from April 8 10 with the country's consent, as part of the analysis that the mechanism carries out in accordance with the methodology adopted by consensus among its member countries.

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