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Haiti’s anti-government protests, which have trapped Canadians, to resume Friday: organizers

Today 06:04 GMT

The cacophony of sirens, horns and street vendors in Haiti‘s capital was quieter than usual this week as residents remained on edge after recent anti-government protests, which organizers have promised will start again on Friday.

Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Port-au-Prince and the island nation’s other main cities for days of protests that began on Feb. 7, calling for President Jovenel Moise to resign amid ballooning inflation, a weakening currency and allegations of misused funds.

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Source: Reuters

From street kids to war romance, Oscar foreign-film slate keeps it...

Today 01:29 GMT

From Lebanese street children to love behind the Iron Curtain and the daily life of a Mexican housekeeper, this year’s Oscar-nominated foreign language films draw from real life and, in some cases, deeply personal experiences.

Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski was inspired by the love life of his parents for “Cold War,” a dark romance between a pianist and a singer set in both Communist-led Poland and postwar France.

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Source: Common Domain

Etsy Reports Quarterly Earnings Monday. Here’s What to Expect.

Friday 15:25 GMT

Digital craft marketplace Etsy (ticker: ETSY) is scheduled to report fourth-quarter financial results on Monday after the market’s close.

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