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Haiti heroes get recognition at awards ceremony PDF Print E-mail
Written by TRACY-ANN TAYLOR   
Friday, 12 November 2010

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DAVIE – Shortly before 5 p.m., Serge Royal was aroused from his sleep when his house in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, started to shake. Within seconds, the entire structure collapsed alongside the insurmountable rubble caused by a powerful 7.0 magnitude earthquake that shook the poorest and least developed nation in the Western Hemisphere.

 
Cholera outbreak has spread to nation’s capital PDF Print E-mail
Written by JONATHAN M. KATZ   
Friday, 12 November 2010

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PORT-AU-PRINCE — A cholera epidemic has spread into Haiti's capital, imperiling nearly 3 million people living in Port-au-Prince, nearly half of them in unsanitary tent camps for the homeless from the Jan. 12 earthquake. Health authorities told The Associated Press on Monday that tests confirmed a 3-year-old boy from a quake refugee tent camp who hadn't been out of the city had caught the disease. More than 100 other suspected cholera cases among city residents also were being tested.

 
Black clergy advocate for economic freedom PDF Print E-mail
Written by CHARLENE CROWELL   
Friday, 12 November 2010
Almighty Debt, the most recent CNN documentary in the network’s series on African-Americans, related how severely debt imposes complex, real-life financial challenges, whether the issue is foreclosure, long-term unemployment or financing higher education. Central to the documentary was Rev. DeForest Soaries Jr. of First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens in Somerset, N.J., whose congregation members were also featured.

 
Hopes for Miami’s season rest with true freshman PDF Print E-mail
Written by TIM REYNOLDS   
Friday, 12 November 2010
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CORAL GABLES — Game on the line, Miami's season essentially on the line, 53 seconds remaining, down by two points, no time-outs, 51 yards away from the end zone.

Stephen Morris knew the stakes, and never got flustered.

 
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