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Chris Wallace moderates third and final debate

‘Fair And Balanced’ Wallace Parroted Lies About Clinton Foundation

Contrary to the RNC press release, the notion that any Friend of Bill (or Hillary) got “taxpayer money” because they had donated to the Clinton Foundation is entirely untrue.

October 20, 2016
People are treated for cholera in Haiti

How The U.S. and U.N. Created A Major Cholera Outbreak In Haiti

It took six years for the United Nations to publicly acknowledge what the scientific community has long known: the cholera epidemic was introduced to Haiti by U.N. peacekeepers. The global failure to swiftly acknowledge the source of the outbreak and take aggressive action to eradicate it, has left the country vulnerable to the new uptick in infections.

October 13, 2016

Hurricane Matthew Closing In On Florida As Haiti Death Toll Rises

“If you’re reluctant to evacuate, just think about all the people … already killed,” said Florida Gov. Rick Scott. “Time is running out. This is clearly either going to have a direct hit or come right along the coast.”

October 6, 2016
Joe Scarborough confirms he is advising Donald Trump

Morning Joe: Why Scarborough Is So Angry (And So Wrong) About Algeria

Pages 435-426 of Man of the World may suggest why Joe Scarborough was so irritated that he would attack me when I was no longer present to defend myself and my work — and it certainly shows why his verbal indictment of the Clinton Foundation was so wrong.

September 13, 2016
Michel Martelly, President of Haiti

Postponed Haiti Runoff Endangers Presidential Handover

The head of Haiti’s Provisional Electoral Council says it’s impossible to organize a presidential runoff in time for the country to meet a Feb. 7 constitutionally-imposed deadline for the handover of power from one elected president to another.

January 6, 2016

Dominican Republic Resumes Deportation Of Migrants Deemed Illegal

The Dominican Republic has resumed the detention of people, mostly of Haitian descent, deemed to be illegal migrants after the expiration of a deadline for undocumented foreigners to apply for temporary residence.

August 15, 2015
Haiti 2010 earthquake

Red Cross Failed Haiti In Time Of Need

The American Red Cross’s efforts in Haiti have been scandalously sluggish, wasteful and inept.

June 9, 2015

Murdoch’s HarperCollins Deletes (Some) Errors From Kindle Version Of ‘Clinton Cash’

At least a dozen additional errors await correction by author Peter Schweizer and his publisher.

May 14, 2015
Religion, Catholic, Nuns, Violence, Haiti, Elections, World News, Police

Catholic Nuns Target Of Violence In Haiti

Violence against nuns and priests escalates in Haiti, seemingly tied to anxiety over upcoming elections.

April 1, 2015

Obama Administration To Allow Thousands Of Haitians To Legally Enter U.S.

Learn more about this new immigration policy.

October 17, 2014

19 Migrants Come Ashore In Florida; 1 Dead, Another Sent To Hospital

By Carli Teproff, The Miami Herald Nineteen people believed to be from Haiti were found on Hillsboro Beach, Fla., early Monday morning after the police department was alerted to the beach by nearby condo residents, officials said. Hillsboro Beach Police Maj. Jay Szesnat said police arrived at about 2:15 a.m. and found 17 people on […]

August 25, 2014

Secretary-General Says U.N. Has ‘Moral Responsibility’ To Help End Cholera Outbreak In Haiti

By Jacqueline Charles, The Miami Herald UNITED NATIONS — In his strongest statement since a deadly cholera epidemic arrived in Haiti nearly four years ago, the head of the United Nations said the global body bears “a moral responsibility” in helping the Caribbean nation end the outbreak. U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon made the declaration in an […]

July 14, 2014

Shipwreck Off Haiti Could Be Columbus’ Santa Maria

By Jacqueline Charles, The Miami Herald MIAMI — A top underwater explorer says he is certain that he has found the Holy Grail of shipwrecks — Christopher Columbus’ long-lost Santa Maria flagship used in his initial voyage to the New World. Barry Clifford said he discovered the ship’s remains near the coast of Cap-Haitien in northern […]

May 14, 2014

Shipwreck Off Haiti Could Be Columbus’ Santa Maria

By Jacqueline Charles, The Miami Herald MIAMI — A top underwater explorer says he is certain that he has found the Holy Grail of shipwrecks — Christopher Columbus’ long-lost Santa Maria flagship used in his initial voyage to the New World. Barry Clifford said he discovered the ship’s remains near the coast of Cap-Haitien in northern […]

May 14, 2014

Northern Haiti Port To Be Expanded After U.S. Fails To Get Investors For New Facility

By Jacqueline Charles, The Miami Herald MIAMI — After months of unsuccessfully trying to get private investors to cough up millions of dollars for the construction of a new, multimillion-dollar port in northeastern Haiti, the U.S. government is scratching its plans and will instead revamp the existing port in the city of Cap-Haitien. “The private sector […]

April 11, 2014

Haiti Government Reshuffles

By Jacqueline Charles, The Miami Herald Haiti’s government is undergoing yet another makeover. As part of a political deal to help build confidence in upcoming elections, Haiti announced a Cabinet reshuffle Wednesday — at least the fifth since President Michel Martelly’s May 2011 inauguration. The changes include several new faces in the government, and the return […]

April 3, 2014