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An other presidential election in Haiti?

An other presidential election in Haiti?

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers Who would believe it? It sounds like the dinosaurs and the compradors are still fighting each other for the presidential palace near downtown Port-au-Prince. It sounds like Haiti’s...
Miss Haiti 2010: Sarodj Durocher Bertin was clearly overlooked

Miss Haiti 2010: Sarodj Durocher Bertin was clearly overlooked

CSMS Magazine Staff writers After a patriotic frenzy surrounded Sarodj Bertin that swept Haitian internet bloggers prior to last night Miss Universe pageant, the soiree ended in bitter disappointment when one...
Brazilian soccer: the samba continues

Brazilian soccer: the samba continues

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers “A hammer-strike header. A pinball-style counterattack. An explosive run followed by a clinical finish—Brazil’s football orchestra was playing in true harmony Monday for the...
Italy got kicked out of World Cup

Italy got kicked out of World Cup

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers In a stunning development, Slovakia beat Italy (3 to 2) to deny the defending champ the opportunity to advance to the second round. Italy now joins France on the sidelines of the World...
Haiti’s misery seems endless

Haiti’s misery seems endless

Port-au-Prince, Haiti—Nearly four months since the devastating earthquake, life in Haiti has been nothing but a constant nightmare. By all account, support for the victims and the country as a whole...
Sad day for Haiti on its one month anniversary since the tragedy

Sad day for Haiti on its one month anniversary since the tragedy

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers Today is truly a sad day, one every Haitian would have hoped never to happen. The remembrance can’t be more frightened as we remember that horrific afternoon earthquake that stole...
It’s official: Bill Clinton is the new Governor of Haiti

It’s official: Bill Clinton is the new Governor of Haiti

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers CSMS Magazine has just learned that former US president Bill Clinton has been nominated by the United Nations as the chief coordinator for the upcoming rebuilding effort in Haiti....
Port-au-Prince remains a defunct city three weeks after the apocalyptic earthquake

Port-au-Prince remains a defunct city three weeks after the apocalyptic earthquake

By Yves Ducher CSMS Magazine correspondent PORT-AU-PRINCE—Three weeks after the devastated earthquake in the Haitian capital, the suffering has yet to ease, if anything it has exacerbated. Many of Port-au-Prince...
Haiti: what is the way forward?

Haiti: what is the way forward?

By Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine Staff Writer “United We Stand” is the emblematic symbol of the Haitian nation—symbol planted right into the heart of the Haitian flag as a vivid reminder to all Haitians that...
Edwidge Danticat won MacArthur genius award

Edwidge Danticat won MacArthur genius award

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers Famously known for such powerful books as The Farming of Bones and Breath, Eyes, Memory, Edwidge Danticat has just clinched the highest prestigious award yet of her career.  Danticat...

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