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Immigrant Advocates Criticize Detention of Haitian Evacuees in US

U.S. immigration officials freed at least 33 Haitians on Thursday who were detained after being evacuated from Haiti following the January earthquake.  An immigrant advocacy group in Florida has criticized the detentions, saying it highlights how the U.S.

Haitian Company Struggles to Rebuild its Business After Earthquake

Businesses in Haiti are struggling to recover from the devastating earthquake January 12.  Many workers have lost their jobs, and employers are trying to get their businesses up and running.  Mike O'Sullivan visited one large Haitian company, Acra Industries.  He reports that hundreds of workers at the company face weeks or months of lay-offs.

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US Haiti Relief Effort in Transition to Civilian Phase

The commander of U.S. military relief efforts in Haiti said Wednesday that the operation is becoming more civilian and more Haitian, but that there is still an important role for his troops in the earthquake-ravaged country.

Speaking via satellite from Port-au-Prince, Army Lieutenant General Ken Keen said the number of U.S.

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