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The Miami Herald - The McClatchy Company
A BLESSED YOM KIPPUR
TROPICAL LIFE
SPORTS
Jump on the pulse
bandwagon —
plenty of protein,
small footprint 1C
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 2016
Heat faces Nets
in team’s first
preseason game
on home court 1B
$1
VOLUME 114, No. 28
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WINNER OF 20
PULITZER PRIZES
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86°/ 76° See 10B
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SPECIAL SECTION INSIDE
DISCOVER OUR
NEIGHBORHOODS
As you embark on your
Miami adventure, keep the
detailed booklet you’ll find
inside handy. Use it to find
attractions, sights, dining
and nightlife in 12 exciting
Dade neighborhoods.
THE AMERICAS
U.S. DEPORTATION
TO HAITI ON HOLD
PEDRO PORTAL [email protected]
Former Vice President Al Gore, pledges his support to U.S presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as they appeared together for the first time at a
rally at Miami Dade College’s Kendall Campus in Miami on Tuesday. ‘The stakes in this election simply could not be higher,’ Gore said at the event.
CAMPAIGN 2016 | MIAMI-DADE
In storm-hit Florida,
Clinton ties Hurricane
Matthew to climate change
Hillary Clinton brought Al
Gore to Miami to warn about
climate change — and to
recount the pain of losing the
2000 election.
BY PATRICIA MAZZEI
AND AMY SHERMAN
[email protected]
Hillary Clinton brought Al
Gore to Miami on Tuesday to
underscore her message that she
will fight climate change — unlike Donald Trump, who has said
he’s “not a big believer.”
“We cannot risk putting a
climate denier in the White
House,” she declared.
Clinton mentioned increased
damage from last week’s Hurricane Matthew due to higher sea
levels. But it was former Vice
President Gore — ever the academic, climate-change science
evangelist — who scored the
Miami disaster trifecta. He tied
global warming to Matthew —
“from a tropical storm to a Category 5 hurricane in just 36 hours,
that’s extremely unusual” — and
to the faster spread of the Zika
virus.
“Mother Nature is giving us a
very clear and powerful message,” he intoned.
What seemed to amuse the
crowd most at Miami Dade College’s Kendall Campus, however,
was Gore’s painful recollection
of the 2000 presidential election
in Florida.
“"Your vote really, really,
really counts,” the former nominee said. “You can consider me
as an Exhibit A for that.”
Some in the audience of 1,600
— the older ones, Gore joked —
groaned. He lost the state, and
the race, by just 537 votes.
“You won! You won!” people
chanted.
Said Gore: “I don’t want you
to be in a position years from
now where you welcome Hillary
Clinton and say, ‘Actually, you
did win…’ ”
By the end of the rally, the
SEE CAMPAIGN, 2A
The U.S. Homeland
Security secretary says
Hurricane Matthew’s
devastation in Haiti has put
on hold a policy of
deporting Haitians in the
U.S. without permission,
but the government
intends to resume it in the
future. 18A
LOCAL & STATE
2 HELD IN DEATH
OF N.Y. TOURIST
Miami Beach police, who
found the vehicle believed
used in the shooting death
of a New York tourist and
anti-gun activist, took two
men into custody at a
Brickell condo Tuesday
morning and were still
looking for others. 4A
COLOMBIA
As peace with FARC
is sought, a U.S. hostage
shares Colombians’ doubts
Marc Gonsalves was held captive by Colombia’s FARC guerrillas
from 2003 to 2008. As the country struggles to sign a peace deal
with his one-time jailers, Gonsalves reflects on punishment and
the price of peace.
BY JIM WYSS
[email protected]
BOGOTÁ
MARY ALTAFFER AP
From left, former hostages Tom Howes, Marc Gonsalves and Keith
Stansell — all Americans — were held captive by Colombia's leftist
rebels and published a memoir full of wrenching survival stories.
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For five and a half years, Marc
Gonsalves and two colleagues —
all American contractors — were
hostages of Colombia’s FARC
guerrillas. During those 1,967
days, Gonsalves saw friends
executed. He was chained by the
neck, locked in a cage and lived
in fear he would end up buried in
a forlorn hole in the jungle.
As Colombia tries to salvage a
peace pact with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia,
or FARC, Gonsalves, 44, shares
many of the doubts that this
nation also seems to harbor
SEE COLOMBIA, 6A
LOCAL & STATE
BUSINESS
SPORTS
Parents found unconscious in car;
toddler and infant in back seat
Amazon plans to open Opa-locka
warehouse with 1,000 jobs
Dolphins release offensive linemen
Billy Turner and Dallas Thomas
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PAGE 1B
Pub. date: Wednesday, October 12
Last user: [email protected]
Edition: 1st
Section, zone: News, State
NATION
N.C. BRACES FOR
MORE FLOODING
Hurricane Matthew’s death
toll in the U.S. climbed to
33, more than half of them
in North Carolina, where
rivers continued to break
swelling records. 12A
Americas 13A Lottery
12A
Business 10-11A Local news 4-9A
Classified 7-9B People
4C
Comics
9C Puzzles 2C, 6C
Deaths 14-15A Television 4C
Last change at: 20:52:15 October 11

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