NewsBites: Haiti’s Girls, Albino Fears in Tanzania, Sex Addiction Boom and more

Remember Haiti? As the country struggles to rebuild, this story of an all-girl’s school will inspire you to keep the country in your thoughts. {NYT}

In Tanzania, newly elected official Salum Khalfan Barwany is in fear for his life. Why? Because of the practice of hunting and killing albinos for their blood, which is used in witchcraft ceremonies. Yes, it is 2010. {Guardian}

Not to be left behind, Facebook is set to announce an email service to rival the ever-popular Gmail. {BBC}

Who knew that sex addiction rehab was such a booming industry? Thanks Tiger! {LAT}

Here in the US, the House of Representatives is set to begin ethics trial of NY rep Charles Rangel today. {WashPo}

above image: Michael Appleton for The New York Times

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