Archive for December, 2017

Largest Cocaine Bust of Decade on Miami River

December 31, 2017
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Largest Cocaine Bust of Decade on Miami River

By MarEx 06/02/2016 09:22:55 Officers with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection boarded and searched a general cargo ship at dock in the Miami River on Wednesday – and found 2,000 pounds of cocaine carefully hidden in secret compartments on her weather decks. Agents reportedly located the hundreds of bricks of drugs by drilling through...
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Un Mouvement important aux Gonaïves veut être décriée par le Secteur anti-Changement (AAA)

December 30, 2017
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Un Mouvement important aux Gonaïves veut être décriée par le Secteur anti-Changement (AAA)

Dec 28, 2017 Tout d’abord, je dénonce et condamne d’une manière la plus véhémente la déclaration du Magistrat Neil LATORTUE pour avoir qualifié l’attaque armée contre le chef de fil du mouvement «Gonayiv Dabó», Mr Wilford Ferdinand Dit T-Will d’un montage. Magistra saw gen ou prese konsa? Parlant de Markenson Occean, ce dernier est...
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Haitian soup joumou is a New Year tradition. But can you change the recipe without ruining it?

December 30, 2017
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Haitian soup joumou is a New Year tradition. But can you change the recipe without ruining it?

By Jacqueline CharlesFor Miami.com There is no shortage of food traditions to ring in the new year. There are black-eyed peas and popping 12 grapes with every chime of the clock. Then there is pumpkin soup, or soup joumou (pronounced joo-moo) to be exact. For Haitians, this aromatic meal steeped both in tradition and...
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Haïti-Politique: le coma de Youri Latortue serait-il politique?

December 30, 2017
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Haïti-Politique: le coma de Youri Latortue serait-il politique?

Haïti24.net La nouvelle a eu l’effet d’une bombe. Toute la ville en parlait. ”Le président du Sénat, Youri Latortue, est plongé dans un Coma profond depuis plusieurs heures suite à un infarctus ayant entrainé un arrêt cardiaque. Les sources médicales ont rapporté que son état de santé se serait terriblement détérioré pour le moment...
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Wife ferries insulin to husband deported to Haiti, maintains hope he will return

December 30, 2017
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Wife ferries insulin to husband deported to Haiti, maintains hope he will return

(Photo: Provided photo) democratandchronicle.com After three months in Haiti, Reginald Castel knows how to wave down a tap-tap bus, a pick-up truck with benches in the back. He has learned how to call a water service that will deliver a two-week supply of drinkable water for $8. He has learned how to say “N’ap boule,” which is...
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Haiti one of the 3 worst countries to do business

December 29, 2017
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Haiti one of the 3 worst countries to do business

According to the 12th edition of the annual report Best Countries for Business of the renowned Forbes Magazine that has just been made public, Haiti ranks among the 3 worst countries to do business, 151st out of 153 countries just ahead of the Gambia (152nd) and Chad 153rd last… Among other factors, weak infrastructure,...
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Petit-Gôave : The Coalition PHTK and allies, threaten to block the RN #2

December 29, 2017
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Petit-Gôave : The Coalition PHTK and allies, threaten to block the RN #2

Haiti Libre: Members of the PHTK Base Coalition and allies of Petit-Goâve threaten to block the national road #2 by December 31, 2017 and once again ask the administration Moïse-Lafontant to respect their promises to them, of integration into the public service and to appoint them as agreed during the month of December 2017....
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Transplantation of 85,000 mangrove seedlings

December 29, 2017
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Transplantation of 85,000 mangrove seedlings

Haiti Libre: Following the study conducted by UN-Environment Haiti, supported by the Ministry of the Environment in January 2017, to identify threats, pressures and constraints underwent mangrove ecosystems in an area of 127.947 ha located in the communes of St Jean du Sud and Abacou. The results of this study revealed that a large...
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This Group Slams Donald Trump On Alleged Haiti AIDS Comment

December 29, 2017
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This Group Slams Donald Trump On Alleged Haiti AIDS Comment

NAACP President Derrick Johnson News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec. 29, 2017: A US rights group is clapping back at Donald Trump over derogatory comments he allegedly made about Haitian immigrants. President and CEO of the NAACP, Derrick Johnson, has slammed the US President over a New York Times report that claimed Donald...
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Petit-Goâve : New police commissioner

December 29, 2017
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Petit-Goâve : New police commissioner

Haiti Libre: We learned from a reliable source that the current head of the Departmental Department of the Judicial Police (SDPJ) of the West, Commissioner Zamor Jhon Joseph, will be installed this Friday as new Police Commissioner of the Commissariat of the commune of Petit-Goâve around 1:30 pm. He will replace the Commissioner Patrick...
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Funeral Set For Catholic Priest Murdered In Haiti

December 29, 2017
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Funeral Set For Catholic Priest Murdered In Haiti

Father Joseph Simoly, c, was murdered in Haiti. News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec. 29, 2017: A Haitian Catholic priest who was gunned down in Frères, Haiti last Thursday, Dec. 21st, will be laid to rest on Saturday, December 30, 2017 in Port-au-Prince. Father Joseph Simoly, 54, was attacked not far from his...
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The United States supports the new Border Police

December 29, 2017
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The United States supports the new Border Police

Haiti Libre: Chargé d’Affaires Robin Diallo, Bureau of Narcotics and Enforcement Affairs (INL), Director Nicholas Hilgert, and other Embassy personnel have participated in the first graduation ceremony for the newly-formed Border Police and the inaugural ceremony of the new Border Police (PoliFront) Headquarters in Tabarre. Diallo congratulated President Moïse for the government’s support to...
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Epidemiological Update – Cholera – 28 December 2017

December 29, 2017
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Epidemiological Update – Cholera – 28 December 2017

Cholera in the Americas – Situation summary In the Americas Region, between epidemiological week (EW) 1 and EW 50 of 2017, a total of 13,582 suspected cholera cases were reported on the island of Hispaniola, of which 99% occurred in Haiti (13,468 cases, including 157 deaths). 1 During the same period, 62 suspected cholera...
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90 DAY FIANCE Sean & Abby’s Haiti charity Christmas event photos, Sean addresses backlash and fraud accusations

December 28, 2017
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90 DAY FIANCE Sean & Abby’s Haiti charity Christmas event photos, Sean addresses backlash and fraud accusations

Dec. 28, 2017 | 8:02 pm | Author : Asa Hawks | Categories : 90 Day Fiance Sean Hiler 90 Day Fiance couple Sean and Abby shared numerous photos and videos from their Christmas toy giveaway and meal in Haiti this week, during which nearly 300 kids got gift bags and a meal cooked...
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No, President Trump, we Haitians don’t all have AIDS

December 28, 2017
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No, President Trump, we Haitians don’t all have AIDS

By Joel Dreyfuss December 28 at 8:01 AM Children hold posters asking the federal government to renew temporary protected status during a news conference about TPS for people from Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua and El Salvador at the office of the Haitian Women of Miami in the Little Haiti neighborhood on Nov. 6 in Miami. (Joe...
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Haiti’s ex-prime minister banned from travel- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

December 28, 2017
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Haiti’s ex-prime minister banned from travel- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Former PM Jean-Max Bellerive was ordered to remain within Haiti by a judge who is investigating the 2009 disappearance of a public procurement official. Former Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive. Picture: United Nations Photo. Reuters | PORT-AU-PRINCE – Haitian authorities said on Tuesday a former prime minister and top official have been banned from...
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Economic recovery for 4,500 farm families and fishermen in the Northwest

December 28, 2017
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Economic recovery for 4,500 farm families and fishermen in the Northwest

Haiti Libre: With financial assistance from the Government of Canada of $400,000 and technical assistance from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), in support of the Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development (MARNDR), 4,500 vulnerable farm families, were able to revive their agricultural and fishing activities, as part...
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We should welcome Haitians facing U.S. deportation – it’s the right thing to do

December 28, 2017
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We should welcome Haitians facing U.S. deportation – it’s the right thing to do

HUGH SEGAL Special to The Globe and Mail Updated December 28, 2017 Hugh Segal, a former chair of the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, is head of Massey College, and a fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, the Munk School of Global Affairs and the Queens School of Policy Studies. The recent celebration...
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Haiti records 45 deaths from diphtheria

December 26, 2017
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Haiti records 45 deaths from diphtheria

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — Haiti has recorded nearly 350 probable cases of diphtheria in 2017 with at least 45 deaths, according to official figures released here. The health authorities said epidemiological surveillance is being intensified to detect the population at risk and to implement public health measures, including a vaccination campaign expected to take...
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Haiti – News : Zapping…

December 26, 2017
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Haiti – News : Zapping…

Haiti libre: Lack of entrepreneurs in Haiti According to the Private Sector Economic Forum, to create enough wealth and jobs in the country, 20 to 25% of middle-class people must be entrepreneurs, pointing out that currently this rate is only 8% The First Lady distributes toys… In order to contribute to the full development...
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