World Cup Countdown: 11 Weeks to Go – Haiti, the Nation That Stole Germany’s Heart
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World Cup Countdown: 11 Weeks to Go – Haiti, the Nation That Stole Germany’s Heart

In 1974, West Germany played host to the memorable World Cup of Johan Cruyff and Franz Beckenbauer. However, there were other heroes that year; men from a small Caribbean nation who briefly…

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Serena Williams beaten by emerging talent Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka at Miami Open
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Serena Williams beaten by emerging talent Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka at Miami Open

Naomi Osaka defeated 23-times grand slam singles champion Serena Williams 6-3, 6-2 in the Miami Open first round on Wednesday, the latest big win for the emerging 20-year-old Japanese player.…

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Football : Our young Grenadiers U-16 in France for the Mondial of Montaigu
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Football : Our young Grenadiers U-16 in France for the Mondial of Montaigu

Tuesday afternoon a delegation led by Engineer Daniel Jean Charles, member of the Executive Committee of the Haitian Football Federation (FHF) including the men’s Under-16 (U-16) selection and…

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‘Loving people is what I do:’ Brewers’ Brett Phillips spreads love during mission trip to Haiti
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‘Loving people is what I do:’ Brewers’ Brett Phillips spreads love during mission trip to Haiti

MILWAUKEE — There are always a lot of smiles in and around the baseball fields at spring training, and maybe the biggest for the Milwaukee Brewers is from…

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Haiti book CONCACAF’s final ticket to France 2018
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Haiti book CONCACAF’s final ticket to France 2018

Haiti qualify for FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup France 2018 Sheryl Jeudy scores winning goal in first half Haiti will participate in the U-20 Women’s World Cup for…

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Adam Silver Says President Trump’s References To Haiti, African Nations Were ‘Discouraging’
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Adam Silver Says President Trump’s References To Haiti, African Nations Were ‘Discouraging’

NBA commissioner Adam Silver tells ESPN that he found President Donald Trump’s recent alleged remarks about Haiti and some African nations as “discouraging” but believes that the NBA…

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From Haiti for Shady: Bills have an unsung hero, and punches the clock
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From Haiti for Shady: Bills have an unsung hero, and punches the clock

As a freshman in high school, Vladimir Ducasse​ was starting to play more basketball and less soccer, his favorite sport growing up. After all, a child in Haiti,…

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U-17 WOMENS NATIONAL TEAM TO PLAY THE HAITI U-17 WOMENS NATIONAL TEAM TWICE DURING TRAINING CAMP IN LAKEWOOD RANCH, FLORIDA
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U-17 WOMENS NATIONAL TEAM TO PLAY THE HAITI U-17 WOMENS NATIONAL TEAM TWICE DURING TRAINING CAMP IN LAKEWOOD RANCH, FLORIDA

26 PLAYERS CALLED TO CAMP AS PREPARATIONS FOR QUALIFYING FOR 2018 U-17 WOMEN’S WORLD CUP CONTINUE CHICAGO (Dec. 9, 2017) – The U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team will…

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UAE go down fighting against Haiti
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UAE go down fighting against Haiti

MENAFN – Khaleej Times) The UAE fought hard but lost 1-0 to Haiti in a friendly match at Khalifa bin Zayed Stadium in Al Ain on Friday. Significantly,…

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Out of the Slums of Haiti Evens Pierre is the No. 1 WBA Contender
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Out of the Slums of Haiti Evens Pierre is the No. 1 WBA Contender

Sun City is one of the world’s poorest, crime and disease ridden places in the world. It’s a sprawling shanty town on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Hope…

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