Poverty Prevails on Dominican-Haitian Border
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Poverty Prevails on Dominican-Haitian Border

Santo Domingo, Oct 10 (Prensa Latina) On the Dominican-Haitian border, there is great poverty and the lives of its inhabitants are in the midst of precariousness and shortages.…

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Haiti Seeks TPS Extension for Its Nationals in US
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Haiti Seeks TPS Extension for Its Nationals in US

Haiti has formally requested that U.S. immigration authorities grant an 18-month extension to a program of humanitarian aid for Haitian nationals living in the United States. More than…

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Jacques Derosena, Actor/Hand Model
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Jacques Derosena, Actor/Hand Model

Jacques Derosena is an actor, hand model, and voice over artist working in Los Angeles. While Jacques was born in Boston, he was raised in Haiti and France.…

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Haitian Orphan Choir leads national anthem at Atlanta United match
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Haitian Orphan Choir leads national anthem at Atlanta United match

ATLANTA, Georgia, USA (sentinel.ht) – On Tuesday, Major League Soccor club, Atlanta United, brought in the Haitian Orphan Choir to sing the national anthem. They are a group…

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‘It’s Not Fair’: Haitian Teens In Everett Worry About U.S. Residency Decision
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‘It’s Not Fair’: Haitian Teens In Everett Worry About U.S. Residency Decision

It’s been a year since Hurricane Matthew slammed into Haiti, taking hundreds of lives and sending thousands fleeing to the United States. The anniversary comes as Haitians and…

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Did you know this legendary hip-hop star was Haitian? We just found out.
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Did you know this legendary hip-hop star was Haitian? We just found out.

When most people think about Haitians and Hip-Hop, they immediately think of one name: Wyclef Jean. But while Jean is the first known Hip Hop celebrity to publicly…

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Wyclef Jean no longer pursuing presidency of Haiti
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Wyclef Jean no longer pursuing presidency of Haiti

Wyclef Jean is no longer concerned about running for the presidency of his native Haiti. The former Fugees star, who lives primarily in the U.S., made a bid for Haiti’s presidency in 2010 but was…

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Woman who earned praise from Obama after waiting in line for hours to vote dies at 106
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Woman who earned praise from Obama after waiting in line for hours to vote dies at 106

After standing in line for several hours to vote in the 2012 presidential election, Desiline Victor got the surprise of a lifetime. The then-102-year-old from North Miami was invited to…

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Rochester Family Torn Apart After Dad Deported
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Rochester Family Torn Apart After Dad Deported

    Reginald Castel was deported last Tuesday. The United States government flew him to Haiti in shackles, leaving him on an island he had not seen since…

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Five Noteworthy Facts You May Not Know About Wyclef Jean
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Five Noteworthy Facts You May Not Know About Wyclef Jean

Wyclef Jean is an artist, rapper, producer and musician who, by way of his association with hip-hop supergroup the Fugees, helped transform pop, hip-hop and R&B. When the Fugees…

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