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16 January 2010

Stories from 16 January 2010

Haiti: Raw video footage

Haiti: Instances of “Looting,” but Little Confirmed Evidence of Post-Quake Violence

Four nights after the Haiti earthquake the airwaves and the Internet are seeing a raging debate over blogs and news media's use of the word “looting." Marc Herman offers a...

Egypt: I quit my job so I can blog!

Egypt: New online design magazine

Egypt: Best movies for Oscar

Haiti: Citizen Videos of the Aftermath

Through online video, both live and recorded, people come together to help Haiti: whether by showing different aspects of the tragedy, by keeping others informed or by bringing together volunteers...

Haiti: Cell Provider Back On Line

Haiti: Remembering Jacmel

Haiti: Pictures & Stories

Haiti: Aristide's Announcement

Bahamas: The Easy Way Out?

Cuba, Haiti: The Time to Help

Trinidad & Tobago, Haiti: Come Better Than That

Sri Lanka: List of web resources for Haiti earthquake information and help

Morocco: Why is Tzipi Livni Welcomed Here?

Haiti: Time Running Out for Earthquake Survivors

Keziah Furth is a 24-year old American nurse who works with kids in Haiti. Keziah warns that unless food, water, and medical supplies come quickly, many will die needlessly. She...

Haiti, U.S.A.: Giving Well

Why should South Asians Donate For Haiti?

Haiti, Cuba: Cooperation

Haiti: “Solidarité Haïti”

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