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Haiti: gas shortages, tension and prayer.

Haiti (MNN) – You won’t see much of this story about Haiti showing up in mainstream news media. Parts of Haiti are out of gas. The shortage was first mentioned in December, with both National and Total’s gas stations out of stock. For Haiti With Love’s Eva DeHart says in Cap …

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Haiti quake injures four Compassion children

Haiti (MNN) — Damage assessments are underway following Saturday’s earthquake in northern Haiti. The latest report lists 17 dead, 333 injured, and 7,783 families in need of relief aid. Gilbaud Saint-Cyr, director of Compassion International’s work in Haiti, says they’re reviewing losses and meeting needs. Thankfully, no one from their …

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Riots resurge in Haiti

Haiti (MNN) — Over the last few week, riots have been surging through the streets of Cap Haitien and Port au Prince in Haiti. Though they all but stopped a few days ago, For Haiti With Love’s Eva Dehart received word Wednesday morning that protests were reigniting in Port au …

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Stranded Missionaries Return from Haiti, Others Still Trapped

Several missionary groups are back in the United States after being trapped in Haiti amid violent protests. Volunteers from multiple states including North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, and Michigan were left stranded after riots over rising gas prices erupted in the capital of Port-au-Prince  A team from Woodland Community …

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Haiti Unrest Strands a Number of US Church and Volunteer Groups

Volunteer groups from several U.S. states were stranded in Haiti Sunday after violent protests over fuel prices canceled flights and made roads unsafe. Church groups in South Carolina, Florida, Georgia and Alabama are among those that haven’t been able to leave, according to newspaper and television reports. Some flights were …

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