Archive for April 1st, 2017

Haïti ne votera pas des sanctions contre le Venezuela à l’OEA, selon le porte-parole de Jovenel Moïse

April 1, 2017
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Haïti ne votera pas des sanctions contre le Venezuela à l’OEA, selon le porte-parole de Jovenel Moïse

Publié le 2017-03-28 | Le Nouvelliste National - Si la position des Etats-Unis est contraire au dialogue et à la conciliation, Haïti ne va pas s’aligner sur la même position qu’eux, a déclaré, mardi après-midi, le porte-parole du président de la République d’Haïti quelques heures avant le vote à l’OEA sur d’éventuelles sanctions contre...
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Feuille de route des Affaires Étrangères

April 1, 2017
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Feuille de route des Affaires Étrangères

Dans le cadre des orientations fixées par le Président Moïse, traduites dans des feuilles de route, remises à chaque ministre http://www.icihaiti.com/article-20507-icihaiti-politique-remise-des-feuille-de-route-aux-ministres.html , le Premier Ministre Lafontant rappelle au nouveau Ministre des Affaires Etrangères Antonio Rodrigue que le Président de la République et le Gouvernement font de la politique étrangère une composante importante des politiques...
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Mgr. Chibly Langlois takes sanctions against the Minister of Culture

April 1, 2017
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Mgr. Chibly Langlois takes sanctions against the Minister of Culture

Haiti Libre: Reacting in a note dated 29 March to the appointment of Father Limond Toussaint (Catholic priest of the diocese of Jacmel) as Minister of Culture and Communication in the Government Moïse-Lafontant, Bishop of Les Cayes, Cardinal Chibly Langlois, President of the Episcopal Conference of Haiti (CEH), imposed a “suspense a divinis” on...
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New Emails Reveal Obama, Clintons Led Cover Up of Cholera Outbreak in Haiti

April 1, 2017
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New Emails Reveal Obama, Clintons Led Cover Up of Cholera Outbreak in Haiti

In October 2010, United Nations Peacekeepers from Nepal infected Haiti’s most significant river system with cholera, inciting the first cholera outbreak in the country in over a century. So far, the epidemic has taken over 10,000 lives, and some estimate that the disease has infected up to 800,000 people. Those who caused the outbreak—and covered...
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A pilot, a rugged plane and a mission: Saving lives

April 1, 2017
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A pilot, a rugged plane and a mission: Saving lives

By Roy Wenzl rwenzl@wichitaeagle.com In Haiti one day, a doctor turned to the pilot Will White and asked him to pitch in and do some medical work at a clinic looking after desperate poor children. White demurred at first. “I’m a pilot. What good am I gonna do?” But then he set to work...
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Tour of Moïse of projects in progress of the Artibonite Valley

April 1, 2017
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Tour of Moïse of projects in progress of the Artibonite Valley

Haiti Libre: Thursday, President Jovenel Moïse made a tour of the Artibonite Valley to assess the progress of the rehabilitation and cleaning works of canals in various communes in the department. Accompanied by, among others, Senator Carl Murat Cantave, Franco Jean Pierre, Director General of the Development Agency of the Artibonite Valley (ODVA) and...
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