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  • Roger Annis and Kim Ives. Haïti Liberté. , Haïti Liberté

    People and governments across Latin America are rising up against foreign mining companies in a wave of revolt that is generating alarm among investors and their political operatives in the imperialist governments. In Haiti, U.S. and Canadian gold mining companies are rubbing their hands over the riches that they believe... » read this article
  • Meera Dalal , Al Jazeera

    Two years after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated Haiti, reconstruction efforts are being hampered by an ongoing cholera outbreak which has killed thousands. In an effort to eliminate the water borne disease, officials from the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO), UNICEF and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention... » read this article
  • Axis of Logic Foundation and Editorial Board. , Axis of Logic

    AGUA FOR HAITI Axis of Logic Foundation Ships 9,000 Liters of Potable Water to Haiti (Includes photo essay) January 8, 2012 At 5:20 p.m., Thursday, December 8, 2011 our shipment of 9,000 liters of clean water left the El Libertador Air Base (BAEL), at Palo Negro, Venezuela and landed at... » read this article
  • Randal C. Archibold , New York Times (print edition)

    Mirebalais, Haiti - Since October 2010, when a Cuban medical mission first detected cholera in Haiti, the disease has killed 6,600 people and sickened more than 476,000 – nearly 5% of the nation’s population – in what United Nations officials call the world’s highest rate of the disease.   The... » read this article
  • Axis of Logic Foundation and Editorial Board. , Axis of Logic

    Status Report to Axis of Logic Contributors and Readers November 12, 2011 Our project to ship 9,000 litres of potable water to Haiti has been postponed a number of times over the past year. This has been a source of embarrassment for us and we apologize to all contributors for... » read this article
  • John Marion , WSWS

    28 September 2011 Amid new controversy, the United Nations is debating renewal of the mandate of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti. Known by its French initials, MINUSTAH, the “mission” is comprised mainly of UN soldiers and police, and has occupied the country since shortly after the overthrow of... » read this article
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