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New virus slams Caribbean, threatens Florida

By Lynde Langdon
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Health | A mosquito-borne virus that causes debilitating joint pain has nearly saturated the Caribbean and threatens to spread to Florida. The non-fatal virus, called…

Globe Trot: Haiti orders audit of Clinton-led recovery commission

By Mindy Belz
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International | HAITI: Haiti’s Superior Court is demanding an audit of former President Bill Clinton’s management of the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission—reflecting…

Globe Trot: Developing nations have 19th century missionaries to thank for stability, prosperity

By Mindy Belz
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International | CHINA:Here are a few pages hot off the press (from the Gospel of Mark) for the new Chinese Study Bible from Crossway, an exciting tool for the…

The thrill of the unknown

By Mindy Belz
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Haiti | Tomorrow will be good because tomorrow is in God’s hands

From the work of their hands

By Mindy Belz
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Haiti | In Haiti, entrepreneurs who’ve learned hard lessons about charity handouts instead are launching business startups

The thin veneer

The thin veneer

By Mindy Belz
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Culture | A dystopian future could be the one that’s just around the corner

Globe Trot: Jobs and quantifiable prosperity in Haiti

By Mindy Belz
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International | HAITI: I’m wrapping up nearly a week in Haiti looking at what works for Haitians in an aid-saturated economy. The good news is some efforts are…

‘God is good all the time’

By Mindy Belz
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Haiti | Haiti marks four years since a devastating earthquake shook the country to its core

Globe Trot: Gates unleashes his fury

By Mindy Belz
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International | U.S. FOREIGN POLICY: Colleagues describe former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates as “calm and courtly”—and he did serve two parties and two presidents…

Globe Trot: Haitians file sewage suit against the UN

By Mindy Belz
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International | HAITI: Advocates for Haitian victims of a cholera outbreak that killed over 8,000plan to sue the United Nations in federal court in Manhattan today.

Helping Haitians help themselves

By Deena C. Bouknight
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International | PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti—Five years ago, Americans Corrigan and Shelly Clay wanted to adopt a Haitian child. While visiting a few of the country’s many…

Haiti orphanage opens three years after quake

By Daniel James Devine
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Haiti | A yellow orphanage shaped like the letter “B” opened in Grand Goâve, Haiti, last Saturday. Built with $1.8 million in donated funds, the orphanage is…

 
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