Haiti earthquake survivors neglected

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Six months after an earthquake destroyed much of Haiti and killed more than 300,000 people, little has been done for the survivors: here.

Watch: Displaced Haitians: “We Can’t Continue In This Situation Anymore”: here.

There is No Plan For Permanently Housing the 1.9M Haitians Who Lost Their Homes in the Quake: here.

Watch: Amy Goodman Interviews Patrick Elie on Haiti Six Months After the Earthquake: here.

The six-month anniversary of the earthquake that destroyed much of Haiti was observed Monday, with media coverage admitting there has been virtually no progress in rebuilding the devastated country: here.

Haiti Gears Up for Polls – Again, Sans Lavalas: here.

An Appeal to Bolivia: Withdraw from the U.N. Occupying Force in Haiti: here.

Making money from the earthquake in Haiti: here.

The media portray Bill Clinton as a hero for Haiti, but regular Haitians remember his Plan of Death: here.

Wyclef Jean’s presidential bid in Haiti is receiving criticism from his childhood friend and fellow Fugees bandmate, Pras: here. See also here.

Haiti Quake Caused by Previously Unknown Fault: Original fault fingered for quake not to blame: here.

Repay historic debt to Haiti: An open letter to French President Nicolas Sarkozy: here.

The debt owed to Haiti: France should return the 90 million gold francs it extorted over 200 years ago: here.

American pleads guilty to sexual abuse at school he founded in Haiti for homeless children: here.

6 thoughts on “Haiti earthquake survivors neglected

  1. Star’s presidential bid in question

    Haiti: Super-rich hip-hop star Wyclef Jean’s presidential bid is in doubt after the electoral commission postponed indefinitely plans to draw up a shortlist of legal candidates.

    The former Fugees star, who was said to be in hiding after receiving telephone threats, is one of 30 hopefuls for the November contest.

    Left-leaning Hollwyood actor Sean Penn, who runs an aid mission in Haiti, has criticised fellow star Mr Jean’s bid as “obscene” and suggested that he may merely be a front for US corporate interests.



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