SCHOOL OF LAURENT LAMOTHE’S FATHER BURNED AS A LESSON TO OTHERS

February 26, 2012
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SCHOOL OF LAURENT LAMOTHE’S FATHER BURNED AS A LESSON TO OTHERS

February 26, 2012 During the early hours this morning, the school on Bois Verna was torched was torched as the Nation faces a crisis of major proportions. Garry Conille’s insisted that  proper audit, of almost $500,000,000 in questionable contracts – signed by Bellerive immediately before Bellerive stepped down as Prime Minister, be carried out....
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Haiti International moves into semis with rout

February 26, 2012
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Haiti International moves into semis with rout

A close game at halftime was blown open after the break, as four goals helped Haiti International beat Caracas F.C. 6-1. BY SANTOS A. PEREZ Miami Herald Writer Local Haitian soccer fans who thought their 2012 Copa Latina championship hopes ended after five-time champion Seleccion Haiti’s loss in the first-round still have reason for...
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Haitian Premier Says Loss of Support Led Him to Quit

February 26, 2012
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Haitian Premier Says Loss of Support Led Him to Quit

NEW YORK TIMES     26 FEB 2012 By RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD The prime minister of Haiti, whose abrupt resignation on Friday threw the country into political turmoil once again, said he knew his job was finished when he called cabinet ministers to a meeting a day earlier: None showed up. Months of tension had been...
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BIG MARKET IN TABARRE BURNED BY ARISTIDE ACTIVISTS IN BRILLIANT PR MOVE

February 25, 2012
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BIG MARKET IN TABARRE BURNED BY ARISTIDE ACTIVISTS IN BRILLIANT PR MOVE

February 25, 2012 Flames were still rising from the big local market. Hundreds of merchants had their life savings wiped out as their small accumulations of goods were consumed by the fire. President Martelly arrived to comfort the ladies who were crying over their losses. As Martelly climbed out of his car, a carefully...
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Haiti Without a Prime Minister Again: Is This Reconstruction or ‘Deconstruction’?

February 25, 2012
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Haiti Without a Prime Minister Again: Is This Reconstruction or ‘Deconstruction’?

Time: This article was written by Tim Padgett in Miami with Susana Ferreira in Port-au-Prince Speaking to his nation Friday night, Feb. 24, Haitian President Michel Martelly sported several pink bracelets that read Tet Kale, or “Bald Head” in Creole, a political slogan referring to Martelly’s own shaved pate. Unfortunately, it’s the Haitian government...
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300 kilos de cocaïne saisis à Tabarre

February 25, 2012
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300 kilos de cocaïne saisis à Tabarre

LeNouvelliste:Une opération menée jeudi soir à Tabarre a permis la saisie de 300 kilos de cocaïne d’une valeur marchande de 2,5 millions de dollars américains. Un Colombien et un Haïtien qui se trouvaient sur les lieux ont été appréhendés et des armes de guerre confisquées. Haïti: La Brigade de lutte contre les stupéfiants (BLTS)...
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EDITO : Au suivant !

February 25, 2012
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EDITO : Au suivant !

LeNouvelliste: Haïti: Le président Michel Martelly, encore une fois, comme le 14 mai, au soir de son investiture, a toutes les cartes en main. Il a un gouvernement démissionnaire, qui n’a plus que le pouvoir d’expédier les affaires courantes. Cette fois, pas de fortes têtes comme dans les restes de l’administration Préval. Le président...
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Conille démissionne son gouvernement, reste en poste pour gérer les affaires courantes

February 25, 2012
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Conille démissionne son gouvernement, reste en poste pour gérer les affaires courantes

La Nouvelliste:En vertu de l’article 155 de la Constitution: “Le Gouvernement se compose du Premier ministre, des ministres et des secrétaires d’Etat. Le Premier ministre est le Chef de gouvernement” et selon l’article 165: “En cas de démission du Premier ministre, le Gouvernement reste en place jusqu’à la nomination de son successeur pour expédier...
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Martelly promises to act quickly after Haiti PM resigns-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

February 25, 2012
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Martelly promises to act quickly after Haiti PM resigns-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

President Michel Martelly promises to institute reforms as the international community expresses regret and concerns over Friday’s resignation of Prime Minister Garry Conille. By Jacqueline Charles jcharles@MiamiHerald.com Haiti President Michel Martelly promised Friday to move swiftly to fill the political void left by the surprised resignation of his prime minister and to implement critical...
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Haiti PM resignation threatens reconstruction-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

February 24, 2012
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Haiti PM resignation threatens reconstruction-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haitian Prime Minister Garry Conille abruptly resigned Friday after less than five months on the job in a political setback for President Michel Martelly, whose struggle to fill the top government post has hampered earthquake reconstruction and other development efforts. The government announced Conille’s resignation in a brief statement and...
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Haiti Prime Minister Garry Conille resigns after months in office

February 24, 2012
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Haiti Prime Minister Garry Conille resigns after months in office

Haitian Prime Minister Garry Conille, facing days of political pressure from the president, sent a resignation letter to President Michel Martelly. FILE – In this Oct. 6, 2011 file photo, Haiti’s Prime Minister Garry Conille attends a press conference in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Prime Minister Garry Conille resigned on Friday Feb. 24, 2012, according to...
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CONILLE RESIGNS!! Ineffectual NOT REALLY UNEXPECTED AS HIS INEFFECTUAL ACTIONS WERE LESS THAN USELESS IN ASSISTING NATIONAL RECOVERY

February 24, 2012
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CONILLE RESIGNS!! Ineffectual  NOT REALLY UNEXPECTED AS HIS INEFFECTUAL ACTIONS WERE LESS THAN USELESS IN ASSISTING NATIONAL RECOVERY

February 24, 2012 It does not come as a surprise. Garry Connile has shown a complete and total lack of understanding for the Haitian situation. Although he was born in Haiti, has a Haitian passport, and has never given up his citizenship, or taken dual nationality – Conille is not Haitian. We believe he...
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Haiti: Ministers and State Secretaries Bring Documents to Senate Thursday-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

February 24, 2012
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Haiti: Ministers and State Secretaries Bring Documents to Senate Thursday-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Defent HT Thursday, 23 February 2012 18:21 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (defend.ht)- The government ministers brought their travel documents this Thursday, February 23 before the Senate Committee investigating the nationality of members of the executive including President Martelly. 11 ministers went personally to parliament a week to submit their documents after they asked the Senate committee...
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FEATURE-Haiti’s homeless face housing lottery

February 23, 2012
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FEATURE-Haiti’s homeless face housing lottery

23 Feb 2012 20:39 Source: alertnet // Anastasia Moloney By Anastasia Moloney PORT-AU-PRINCE (AlertNet) – For the past month, Yvenna Calixte has been searching for a room and a way out of the Champ de Mars camp, where she lives with thousands of other Haitians left homeless by the 2010 earthquake. Champ de Mars...
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UN Must Take Responsibility for Haiti Cholera Outbreak

February 23, 2012
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UN Must Take Responsibility for Haiti Cholera Outbreak

JURIST Guest Columnists Maria-Elena Kolovos and Beatrice Lindstrom of the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux say that for the Haitian cholera victims to be properly compensated for their injuries, the UN must respect its own rules and take accountability for its malfeasance instead of attributing the epidemic to “a confluence of circumstances” beyond its control…...
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US seeks half off 27-year sentence for ex-Haitian drug lord for assisting prosecutors

February 23, 2012
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US seeks half off 27-year sentence for ex-Haitian drug lord for assisting prosecutors

By Associated Press, Updated: Tuesday, February 21, 3:31 PM MIAMI — Federal prosecutors in Miami say a once-powerful Haitian drug lord should get half off his 27-year prison sentence because he provided key assistance to prosecutors in a dozen other cases. Prosecutor Lynn Kirkpatrick said Tuesday that 48-year-old Beaudoin “Jacques” Ketant helped convict high-ranking,...
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MARTELLY TEAM SHOULD REACT TO HEADLINES LIKE THIS!! Haiti police: 1 dead, 120 injured after street fighting during Carnival celebration-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

February 23, 2012
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MARTELLY TEAM SHOULD REACT TO HEADLINES LIKE THIS!!  Haiti police: 1 dead, 120 injured after street fighting during Carnival celebration-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By Associated Press, Published: February 22 | Updated: Thursday, February 23, 12:52 AM PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — A police spokesman in Haiti says one person has been killed and 120 others revelers have been injured in accidents and in street clashes during Carnival festivities. Gary Desrosiers of the Haitian police force says the most of the injuries stemmed...
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What it’s Like To… Experience Poverty in Haiti

February 22, 2012
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What it’s Like To… Experience Poverty in Haiti

By John Garfield Wednesday, February 22, 2012 Lorrin McElroy, Lawrence High graduate, has been going to Haiti for years now to help out at an orphanage. During her trip to Haiti this year, she took a trip out to the countryside, which was a different experience altogether. It was a hot February day riding...
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Retrospective: A Look at Remi Ochlik’s Aftermath in Haiti

February 22, 2012
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Retrospective: A Look at Remi Ochlik’s Aftermath in Haiti

By WSJ Staff French photojournalist Rémi Ochlik, who was killed Wednesday in Homs, Syria, won first place in the General News category for the 2012 World Press Photo competition for his photo story, “Battle for Libya.” Take a look back over his photography from Haiti in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake there. (All...
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Haiti – Culture : A Carnival 2012 without violence, situation of the first 2 days

February 22, 2012
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Haiti – Culture : A Carnival 2012 without violence, situation of the first 2 days

HaitiLibre:Shortly before the start of the festivities, many doubted the capacity of the city of Les Cayes to make an event of this size and many were those who worried about the security aspect of the Carnival 2012. So far these concerns have proved unfounded, the Carnival was held in a family atmosphere where...
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