Monthly Archives: October 2014

Haitian protests over delayed elections in Port-au-Prince

Thousands of Haitians marched in the capital Port-au-Prince on Sunday in protest at a delay in the country’s legislative and municipal elections.

Player ratings: Barcelona ease past Ajax ahead of El Clasico

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique celebrated 100 days in charge at the club with a far more straightforward win over Ajax than the 3-1 result suggests. If repeated in Amsterdam in two weeks it should mean his side’s qualification to the

Haïti – Justice : Une vingtaine de manifestants déférés devant le Juge Bélizaire

Lors de la manifestation anti Gouvernementale du 17 octobre, dont le dernier bilan fait état de 18 blessés, près d’une vingtaine de manifestants ont été interpellés par la Police Nationale d’Haïti… 

In Ebola fight, Cuba flexes medical diplomacy muscle

Havana, Cuba (CNN) — In all likelihood, the 91 Cuban health workers heading to West Africa on Tuesday will face the most perilous assignment of their careers.

Police: Indiana man could be serial killer

A sex offender told police he “messed up” by killing a woman, then came clean and led them to several more bodies, Police Chief John Doughty said. Text messages may have been his undoing.

Haïti – Santé : Le Président Martelly au Sommet extraordinaire ALBA-TCP sur l’Ebola

Ce lundi matin, le Président Michel Martelly, a laissé le pays à destination de Cuba pour participer à la Havane au Sommet extraordinaire de l’ALBA-TCP sur l’Ebola… 

Diabetes and Sexual Intimacy

Sexual intimacy is an important part of life. For people with diabetes, it’s necessary to pay close attention to issues concerning their sexual health. 

Ebola outbreak in the West: Why some survive, some don’t

CNN) — There’s no cure for Ebola. So why have some patients walked away healthy while others in the West died? 

Obama: One very successful president?

(CNN) — President Obama’s poll numbers have hit a new low and he’s under fire for everything from the rise of ISIS to the response to the Ebola threat. 

Haïti – Ebola : Une inquiétante et surprenante rumeur…

Une rumeur laisse entendre que certaines Organisations Internationales et Agences de l’ONU chercheraient à recruter sur une base volontaire, du personnel de santé en Haïti, pour des missions en Afrique dans les zones contaminées par le virus Ebola…