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Obama casually pops Nicorette during White House ceremony [VIDEO] – Daily Caller


Obama casually pops Nicorette during White House ceremony [VIDEO]
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President Obama casually inserted a piece of Nicorette gum into the First Mouth Monday afternoon. Obama has a well-documented history of using gum control to stave off his smoking urges, but it's rare to catch the president getting his nicotine fix in ...

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Canada’s new cabinet: Who is in, who is out, who is shuffled – Vancouver Sun


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Canada's new cabinet: Who is in, who is out, who is shuffled
Vancouver Sun
Froze aid money for Haiti, stating discernible results were negligible, only to have his own department announce it would review the situation in the earthquake ravaged country before coming to a decision; ... Proposed human-smuggling legislation, Bill ...

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Carney hints Obama is open to another Zimmerman prosecution – Daily Caller


Carney hints Obama is open to another Zimmerman prosecution
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White House spokesman Jay Carney claims the president is passively waiting for the Department of Justice to decide whether it will file federal charges against George Zimmerman, who was just acquitted of murder charges by a Florida jury. “This is a ...

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Conservative filmmaker: Trayvon Martin protesters in Oakland ‘slugged me … – Daily Caller


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Conservative filmmaker: Trayvon Martin protesters in Oakland 'slugged me ...
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Christian Hartsock, a conservative journalist and filmmaker, says he was assaulted and beaten down to the ground by a mob with repeated strikes to the face while reporting at a Trayvon Martin rally in downtown Oakland Sunday night. “I have interviews ...

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A Haitian Sweatshop Worker Speaks: “Mrs. Clinton Can Have Her Factories” – Center for Research on Globalization


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A Haitian Sweatshop Worker Speaks: “Mrs. Clinton Can Have Her Factories”
Center for Research on Globalization
The following is an interview Beverly Bell conducted with Marjorie Valcelat, an assembly work who ran an embroidery machine in a factory from 2005 to 2008. She says the experience made her so sick and weak that she's not felt able to work since then.

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Ripples of Hope, COPA in Haiti – Huffington Post

Huffington PostRipples of Hope, COPA in HaitiHuffington PostBut when Dr. Mac went down over Andros, Bahamas in January of 2012, the ripples that formed as the plane splashed into the water swept out slowly towards Haiti. This past weekend we at the St....

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Haiti – Social : USAID awarded $24MM for electricity 24/24 in the North – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Social : USAID awarded $24MM for electricity 24/24 in the North
Haitilibre.com
The goal of the Haiti Pilot Project for Sustainable Electricity Distribution (PPSELD) is to start a new regional utility in an area near Haiti's north coast, including Limonade, Terrier Rouge and Trou de Nord. The utility will serve at least 5,000 ...

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Maurice hoping Haiti can reach last eight – Fifa.com

Maurice hoping Haiti can reach last eightFifa.comOn a high after their win against Trinidad and Tobago, Haiti are beginning to dream of a berth in the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup quarter-finals. The Grenadiers could be on the verge of something special and,...

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Clinton Foundation, NRG And Solar Manufacturers Partner To Power Hospital In … – Daily Markets (press release)


Clinton Foundation, NRG And Solar Manufacturers Partner To Power Hospital In ...
Daily Markets (press release)
PRINCETON, N.J., July 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — NRG Energy Inc. (NYSE:NRG) today announced the completion of the first project of a new partnership with the William J. Clinton Foundation to continue bringing the benefits of solar power to Haiti.

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The UN strain – The Economist (blog)

The UN strainThe Economist (blog)The disease was not documented in Haiti until October 2010, and even as the first perilously dehydrated patients arrived at hastily assembled clinics, reporters discovered filthy conditions at a nearby UN peacekeeping b...

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