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  1. After an earthquake shattered the already-impoverished Haiti almost eight years ago, nearly 60,000 Haitians took refuge legally in the U.S. through temporary protected status, a designation ...

  2. PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — La Saline slaughterhouse is a nightmarish panorama of animal blood, body parts and detritus. Associated Press photographer Chery Dieu Nalio spent nearly a ...

  3. Dr. Dean Lorich was known as a gifted surgeon before his tragic death in NYC. Learn more about the doctor, who once saved Bono, here. 1. He was found dead on December 10: Dr. Dean Lorich, 54 ...

  4. A circus impresario is bringing his big-show smarts to Little Haiti. Guy Laliberté, the Canadian businessman who founded Cirque du Soleil in 1984 and sold it 30 years later for $1.5 billion ...

  5. The devastation wreaked on Haiti by Hurricane Matthew last fall was just the latest in a seemingly endless string of misfortunes that have befallen that country, which in March concluded ...

  6. For example, the death toll and destruction from the 2010 earthquake in Haiti was particularly severe because that country had no building code at the time, according to Vicente Moreno ...

  7. Manno Charlemagne, whose acerbic folk songs about Haitian politics kept him in exile — often in South Florida — for much of his life, died Sunday in a Miami Beach hospital where he was being ...

  8. A shipping container filled with relief supplies that never arrived in Haiti is back in West Michigan, four years later. Target 8 has been tracking the container for years, after it disappeared ...

  9. When a catastrophic earthquake struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010, creating a humanitarian crisis for a nation already struggling as the poorest in the Western Hemisphere, the Obama administration ...

  10. An overnight fire at a popular Little Haiti grocery is being investigated as possible arson. Tuesday’s fire call to the grocery store at 62nd Street and Miami Avenue came at 3:50 a.m.

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