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Game Notes: U-17 WNT in the CONCACAF Championship Final against Mexico at 6 pm
Mexico earned its berth to the 2016 U-17 Women's World Cup and Sunday's title match after a 3-0 semifinal victory against Haiti on March 10. The final CONCACAF berth to Jordan will also be determined on March 13 when Haiti faces Canada in the ...
Haiti presidential candidate threatens to re-launch runoff campaign
One of the top two finishers in Haiti's disputed presidential vote says he and his supporters will soon hit the streets if no clear signal is given about the fate of next month's runoffs.
Deported From Their Own Country
FOND BAYARD, Haiti—On April 28, 2009, Julia Antoine gave birth to a girl in a hospital in the town of Los Mina, in the Dominican Republic. Her husband, Fritz Charles, couldn't be there—he was busy working his job at a chicken farm.
Haiti: land of the free
100 Years of Perpetual Occupation: Woodrow Wilson's Legacy in Haiti
View of the Sainte Marie neighborhood in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Feb. 19, 2016, with the Bay of Port-au-Prince in the background. HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images.

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