DAILY REPORTS-Direct From Haiti

DAILY REPORTS, Direct From Haiti

Laurent Salvador Lamothe ex-Premier ministre haïtien / Parlement / 13 Juillet 2017 – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

July 14, 2017
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Laurent Salvador Lamothe ex-Premier ministre haïtien / Parlement / 13 Juillet 2017 – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5cTOBEXBPw&feature=youtu.be _______________________________________________ COMMENT : HAITIAN-TRUTH.ORG Only in Haiti would one find a guy like Senator Beauplan in charge of a committee investigating corruption. Well, I suppose, he might not be a major criminal, when we have some super experienced ones.
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Coast Guard returns 102 migrants to Haiti in biggest interception in a year

July 13, 2017
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Coast Guard returns 102 migrants to Haiti in biggest interception in a year

The U.S. Coast Guard returned 102 migrants to Haiti on Wednesday, the largest migrant interdiction in more than a year, officials said. The migrants were crammed aboard a small sailboat with standing room only when they were intercepted near the Bahamas on Tuesday, a spokesman for the Coast Guard said. The U.S. Coast Guard...
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Haiti: Against Their Will – new report on sexual violence

July 12, 2017
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Haiti: Against Their Will – new report on sexual violence

Solidarité fanm pou yon lavi miyò is one of the local network organisations who work with young girls and vulnerable children. They provide shelter to twelve girls, who have been refered to them by governmental social agency. Executive Summary In Haiti, the number of young people, especially women and girls, who report experiencing sexual and...
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Passing of the poet writer Jean-Claude Fignole

July 12, 2017
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Passing of the poet writer Jean-Claude Fignole

Tuesday, July 11, passed away the writer poet professor and former mayor of Abricotsn Jean-Claude Fignole. Président Jovenel Moïse : “President Jovenel Moise salutes the memory of a talented writer, a great intellectual figure The death of Professor and poet Jean-Claude Fignole is a great loss for the country. His brilliant intelligence, his...
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Le ex-Premier Ministre Laurent Lamothe, attendu au Parlement, ce jeudi.-

July 12, 2017
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Le ex-Premier Ministre Laurent Lamothe, attendu au Parlement, ce jeudi.-

Juillet 12, 2017 La Commission dite “Éthique et anti-Corruption du Sénat sur la Gestion des Fonds PetroCaribe” invite ce jeudi 13 juillet 2017 l’ex-Premier Ministre Laurent Salvador Lamothe pour répondre aux allégations CONTRATS ANTI-DATÉS qui pèsent contre lui. En mars 2016, face aux “rumeurs de corruption”, l’Assemblée des Sénateurs a mis sur pied une...
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Wyclef Jean on how he went from ‘having nothing’ to being a Grammy Award-winning music mogul

July 12, 2017
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Wyclef Jean on how he went from ‘having nothing’ to being a Grammy Award-winning music mogul

Wyclef Jean arrives at the 42nd American Music Awards in Los Angeles, California November 23, 2014. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok The story of Wyclef Jean is an embodiment of the ‘American Dream.’ Born in the Haitian commune of Croix-des-Bouquets, Nel Ust Wyclef Jean – whose stage name is Wyclef Jean – immigrated to the U.S. at...
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Bill Gates and Carlos Slim invest US$25 million in bioscience center in Texcoco, Mexico

July 3, 2017
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Bill Gates and Carlos Slim invest US$25 million in bioscience center in Texcoco, Mexico

Bill Gates and Carlos Slim (Notimex) The Carlos Slim Foundation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have together invested $25 million in a new bioscience complex for agricultural research in Texcoco, Mexico. Called the International Center for the Improvement of Corn and Wheat (Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento del Maíz y Trigo, or “CIMMYT”),...
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PERUVIAN MATA HARI – KATTIA PAREDES MORENO –RUNNING OAS PARTNERS’ EFFORT TO STEAL HAITIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY’S ASSEMBLY JOBS FOR PERU – GUATEMALA – HONDURAS

June 30, 2017
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PERUVIAN MATA HARI – KATTIA PAREDES MORENO –RUNNING OAS PARTNERS’ EFFORT TO STEAL HAITIAN TEXTILE INDUSTRY’S ASSEMBLY JOBS FOR  PERU – GUATEMALA – HONDURAS

COLLINS: June 29, 2017 Information for this article comes from a high-level intelligence source in the Washington, D.C. area. It was supplied a week ago. Having invested over $100,000,000 in the electoral process, that should have been completed in the October, 2015 first count,   (JOVENEL GOT MORE THAN 50% IN 2015)   derailed by Jude...
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What does Derek Carr plan to do with the money from his massive new contract? ‘help a lot of people’

June 24, 2017
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What does Derek Carr plan to do with the money from his massive new contract? ‘help a lot of people’

Derek Carr is an all-around good guy and $125 million isn’t going to change that. The 26-year-old quarterback discussed his plans to use his newfound fortune to help others during the press conference Friday announcing his recent extension. “The exciting thing for me, money-wise, honestly, is this money is going to help a lot...
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Russian movie about Haitian teenagers premiers at LA Film Festival

June 19, 2017
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Russian movie about Haitian teenagers premiers at LA Film Festival

June 19, 2017 Irina Sidorova, for RBTH A documentary film by Leyla Nedorosleva has its world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 19. Russian filmmaker Leyla Nedorosleva makes her directorial debut with the documentary, “Two Four Six,” a film made in the genre of “cinéma vérité.” This style is defined by...
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300 unique New Orleans moments: More than 10,000 Haitian immigrants find refuge in New Orleans in 1809

June 14, 2017
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300 unique New Orleans moments: More than 10,000 Haitian immigrants find refuge in New Orleans in 1809

The interwoven history of St. Domingue, now Haiti, and New Orleans predates the founding of city. Haiti was the jumping off point for Pierre Le Moyne d’Iberville when in 1698 he traveled to the Gulf Coast to establish a settlement. But it was a century later that Haiti and Haitians had a true impact...
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Ocean plastics from Haiti’s beaches turned into laptop packaging

June 13, 2017
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Ocean plastics from Haiti’s beaches turned into laptop packaging

Beach trash can be put to useDell By Anita Makri What if pieces of plastic strewn across the world’s beaches ended up in brand new computer boxes, not floating in the middle of the ocean or lodged inside seabirds? That’s what computer company Dell has set out to do, testing a supply chain that...
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SAM THE EAGLE HAS ADVICE FOR JOVENEL – “IT’S HARD TO SOAR WITH EAGLES WHEN YOU WORK WITH TURKEYS..”

June 10, 2017
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SAM THE EAGLE HAS ADVICE FOR JOVENEL – “IT’S HARD TO SOAR WITH EAGLES WHEN YOU WORK WITH TURKEYS..”

June 10, 2017 The Government offices are  full of Turkeys many with truly mixed or opposing loyalties! It is one thing to have your own Turkeys, but when the yard is crowded with someone else’s Turkeys you have a lot of bodies gobbling up the resources with no positive effect. The Cabinet is one...
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GUY PHILIPPE ALIVE AND WELL – REMAINS A GUEST OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

June 5, 2017
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GUY PHILIPPE ALIVE AND WELL – REMAINS A GUEST OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

June 5, 2017 Contrary to a long, detailed piece that has circulated on WHATSAPP Guy Philippe is alive and well, waiting for his court   appearance in July. He is taking advantage of his time, enrolling in a University Course, working out in the gym facilities and teaching soccer to the others in his facility....
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Texas A&M athletes learn life lessons on Mission of Hope to Haiti

May 30, 2017
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Texas A&M athletes learn life lessons on Mission of Hope to Haiti

By Louis Bolling May 26, 2017 A couple of days into a weeklong service mission in Haiti, Mikado Hinson, the Texas A&M University football director of player development, was clearly excited to be in the company of his student-athletes and the people of Haiti. “It has exceeded my expectations,” Hinson said of the College...
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Haiti Exports 2008-2017

May 28, 2017
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Haiti Exports  2008-2017

Exports in Haiti decreased to 71.32 USD Million in December from 72.21 USD Million in November of 2016. Exports in Haiti averaged 72.30 USD Million from 2008 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 98.30 USD Million in October of 2014 and a record low of 11.91 USD Million in January of 2010....
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HEEEEEEEEEE’S BACK – MICHEL MARTELLY PERFORMS ON MOTHER’S DAY – CHAMPS DE MARS

May 26, 2017
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HEEEEEEEEEE’S BACK – MICHEL MARTELLY PERFORMS ON MOTHER’S DAY – CHAMPS DE MARS

May 25, 2017 Michel Martelly’s gift to The Mothers of Haiti? A free concert at Champs de Mars Saturday. Listen to his video.
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‘Ignored’ hunger crisis unfolds in post-hurricane Haiti

May 24, 2017
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‘Ignored’ hunger crisis unfolds in post-hurricane Haiti

A child is screened for malnutrition in a mobile clinic in Les Anglais, on the western coast of Haiti’s southern peninsula. (Credit: St. Boniface Haiti Foundation) Health experts say the international community has turned a blind eye to widespread food insecurity in Haiti, where communities across nearly every region of the island are approaching risk of famine. In March,...
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