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News Briefing: ‘Hope for Haiti’ to Dominate the Airwaves

By Kate Golden on January 22, 2010No Comment
  • Haiti's logistical hurdles are thwarting small nonprofits.  [Washington Post]
  • Haiti has approved plans for more than a dozen sprawling tent cities in and around Port-au-Prince.  [New York Times]
  • The two-hour, star-studded "Hope for Haiti Now" telethon is set to be one of the most widely distributed prime-time benefits in history.  [CNN]
  • Philanthropist Alberto Vilar begs a New York court for mercy before his sentencing for conspiracy fraud.  [Associated Press]
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