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News Briefing: Matt Damon, Wyclef Jean Visit Haiti City in Ruins

By Kate Golden on September 15, 2008No Comment
  • "Fruit philanthropists" voluntarily harvest surplus fruit and donate it to food banks, centers for the elderly, and other nonprofits in the Berkeley area.  [New York Times]
  • Twenty-one Indonesians die in small town after beign trampled outside the gates of a wealthy family’s home.  [New York Times]
  • New York City Council standards committee to discuss requiring board members of nonprofits to submit long and detailed financial disclosures.  [New York Times]
  • Two kidnapped employees of the World Food Program are released; 11 aid workers still remain in captivity in Somalia.  [Associated Press]
  • Matt Damon and Wyclef Jean visit Haitian city after storms submerge parts of the country.  [Associated Press]
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