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Aftershock hits Haiti a week after massive earthquake

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Aftershock hits Haiti a week after massive earthquake

An aftershock hit Haiti as the country tries to recover from last week's 7.0 magnitude earthquake. Wednesday's aftershock registered a 5.9 magnitude, with an epicenter about 35 miles (60 kilometers) west-southwest of Port-au-Prince. Reports and blogs are coming from around the world on the crisis in Haiti and the global impact.

Posted: January 20, 2010 16:28   Comments: 3
The horrors of Haiti demand a response

Peter Eisner (blog)

The horrors of Haiti demand a response

Worldfocus contributing editor Peter Eisner writes about the devastation in Haiti. Some stories and events exceed the ability to use adjectives to capture the depths. We cannot gild words or exaggerate the story of the Haiti earthquake. How do you approach the horror, the tragedy and the suffering in any coherent way?

Posted: January 13, 2010 12:41   Comments: 2
What is statelessness?

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What is statelessness?

This summer, Worldfocus.org's multimedia project "Stateless to Statehood" explores the relationships between individuals and the states they live in. Twelve to 15 million people live in limbo without the benefits of nationality.

Posted: July 10, 2009 15:34   Comments: 2
Tune in: Online radio show on statelessness

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Tune in: Online radio show on statelessness

Across the globe, between 12 and 15 million people live in various stages of statelessness, which means they lack citizenship in any country. Worldfocus.org's weekly radio show explored the common themes that surface among stateless people -- economic discrimination, social exclusion, identity and the feeling of invisibility. Bill Berkeley and Dawn Calabia joined the conversation. Listen now.

Posted: June 23, 2009 18:19   Comments: 3

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