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  • Will Jean-Claude 'Baby Doc' Duvalier catch the first plane out of Haiti?

     
    Tuesday's editorial about Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier's surprise return to Haiti said bluntly that the former dictator should get the heck out of town before he creates more chaos and corruption on the island already desperate for help. And it......
  • Cholera detected in the Dominican Republic

     
    A case of cholera has been detected in the Dominican Republic, the first sign that the worsening epidemic in neighboring Haiti could be crossing the border shared by the island nations. The cholera case was diagnosed in a 32-year-old Haitian man who works...
  • Dominican Republic closes border with Haiti over cholera scare; nearly 300 are dead

     
    The Dominican Republic sealed its border with Haiti this week to ward off a cholera outbreak that is spreading inside the Carribean nation, which is still struggling to recover from January's devastating earthquake. The Dominican government closed the...
  • In tsunami's wake, top priorities are treating trauma, ensuring clean water and limiting infections

    After the surging ocean waters spawned by Japan's magnitude 8.9 earthquake receded from that country's northeast coast, the drowned were only the first victims to be counted. Over the next several days, physicians and public health officials in Japan can...
  • Japan will face extraordinary health challenges after tsunami

    Japan will face extraordinary health challenges after tsunami
    After the surging ocean waters spawned by Japan's magnitude 8.9 earthquake receded, the drowned were only the first victims to be counted. In the coming days, physicians and public health officials along Japan's hard-hit eastern coast can expect a second...