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Officials distribute 165,000 barrel of gas to combat shortage
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Officials distribute 165,000 barrel of gas to combat shortage

In their fight against the ongoing gas shortage, officials announced that 165,000 barrels of gasoline started to get distributed at stations on Monday.

Haitians call massacre sanctions an empty gesture
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Haitians call massacre sanctions an empty gesture

Earlier this month, the United States Department of the Treasury sanctioned gang leader Jimmy “Barbecue” Cherizier and two former members of President Jovenel Moïse’s administration for being part of the team that orchestrated the La Saline Massacre in 2018. For scores of Haitians, the sanctions announcement felt hollow.

Experts: Coping with mental illness may be harder during pandemic holidays
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Experts: Coping with mental illness may be harder during pandemic holidays

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and the holidays arrive, many Haitian-Americans who suffer from mental illnesses said they do not anticipate this period to be any more stressful than the previous years. However, two mental health experts said, many people might fail to realize how experiencing a pandemic and the holiday season at the same time can exacerbate their mental health issues since they have never experienced both together before.

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