PNH THREATENS A STRIKE IN PROTEST AGAINST ASSASSINATION OF PNH OFFICER BY PARLIAMENTARIAN’S CHAUFFEUR

April 23, 2012
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PNH THREATENS A STRIKE IN PROTEST AGAINST ASSASSINATION OF PNH OFFICER BY PARLIAMENTARIAN’S CHAUFFEUR

April 22, 2012 The entire PNH force has threatened a 24 hour strike in protest. The recent assassination of a PNH officer by the chauffeur of a Depute, who just happened to be the Depute’s cousin. The chauffeur was involved in an altercation and PNH officers were called. When they arrived on the scene...
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DomRep officials say 6 villagers dead of cholera

April 23, 2012
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DomRep officials say 6 villagers dead of cholera

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic –  Health officials in the Dominican Republic say six people have died after contracting cholera in a northern village hit by a new outbreak of the disease. Authorities in the Caribbean nation announced last week that they were investigating a new cholera outbreak in the area after rains damaged sewer...
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A Year Under Martelly: Corruption Controversy Sidetracks Haiti’s Effort to Rebuild-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

April 23, 2012
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A Year Under Martelly: Corruption Controversy Sidetracks Haiti’s Effort to Rebuild-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By Ezra Fieser / Santo Domingo When Haitian President Michel Martelly visited the Dominican Republic last month, he was awarded the country’s highest honor for a foreign head of state, in large part for his efforts to lure reconstruction investment to Haiti after its catastrophic 2010 earthquake, which killed more than 200,000 people. In...
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Chèf !

April 23, 2012
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Chèf !

Le Nouveliste: Chèf ! Haïti: Un parlementaire ou son chauffeur, voire son agent de sécurité, en conflit avec un policier, je ne comprends pas! Moi, simple citoyen, je ne vois pas comment je me trouverais en conflit direct avec un policier. Si je violais une loi, je serais obligé d’obéir à l’injonction d’un policier,...
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Haiti Enjoys Fun In The Son

April 23, 2012
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Haiti Enjoys Fun In The Son

Andrew Palau ministers during Haiti Fun in the Son recently. A few days ago, some of gospel music’s most renowned singers hit the stage at Fun In The Son Haiti and ministered to thousands of Haitians. Among them was gospel artiste/minister, Carlene Davis and her band. They performed at the Sun Auto-Football Field in...
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Disband Haiti’s rogue army-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

April 22, 2012
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Disband Haiti’s rogue army-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

MIAMI HERALD OPINION: Haiti’s government and its supporters must act quickly to end threat By The Miami Herald Editorial HeraldEd@MiamiHerald.com With the beginning of hurricane season only 40 days off, Haitians should be worried about protection from the annual onslaught of stormy weather, but instead another crisis is shaking the Caribbean’s perennially troubled country:...
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Haiti’s Martelly Suspends Advisor Arrested in Shooting of Merchant

April 21, 2012
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Haiti’s Martelly Suspends Advisor Arrested in Shooting of Merchant

Above: Haitian President Michel Martelly By the Caribbean Journal staff Haitian President Michel Martelly has temporarily suspended advisor Calixte Valentin, following his alleged involvement in the shooting of a young Haitian merchant. Valentin was arrested by police yesterday for his alleged role in the incident. Octanol Derissaint, a young merchant in his 30s, was...
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Hugo Chavez’s weeklong silence spurs uncertainty

April 21, 2012
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Hugo Chavez’s weeklong silence spurs uncertainty

By JORGE RUEDA, Associated Press – 3 hours ago CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has been out of sight for a week, speaking only through Twitter messages and written statements while undergoing cancer treatment in Cuba. The lack of any appearances on television has Venezuelans wondering about what his unusual silence...
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What the UN Won’t Admit: ‘Baseball in the Time of Cholera’

April 21, 2012
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What the UN Won’t Admit: ‘Baseball in the Time of Cholera’

By David Darg and Bryn Mooser Speakeasy.com Courtesy of the filmmakers Joseph Alvyns, team captain of the Haitian Little League team the Tabarre Tigers. David Darg and Bryn Mooser live and work in Haiti. They are the co-directors of the documentary “Baseball in the Time of Cholera,” which premieres today at the Tribeca Film...
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WAS MARTELLY REALLY IN A FLORIDA HOSPITAL WITH A PROBLEM SHOULDER????

April 21, 2012
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WAS MARTELLY REALLY IN A FLORIDA HOSPITAL WITH A PROBLEM SHOULDER????

April 21, 2012 The Haitian community has one of the best intelligence services in the area. There is not a single Florida hospital that is not filled with hundreds of Haitians, working at all levels. If a hospital had Martelly, as a patient, the Haitian community would be full of information, rumors and facts...
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Venezuelan president lack of visibility fuels health speculation

April 21, 2012
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Venezuelan president lack of visibility fuels health speculation

Lack of news about President Hugo Chávez’s visit to Cuba is fueling rumors that his health may have worsened. Miami Herald: By Antonio Maria Delgado adelgado@elnuevoherald.com Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez — who has not been seen in public since he left last Saturday for Havana — will be back in his country next week,...
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AFTER HAITIAN MEDICAL DOCTORS BLOCKED PROJECT Millions of children in Haiti to receive life-saving vaccines-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

April 21, 2012
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AFTER HAITIAN MEDICAL DOCTORS BLOCKED PROJECT Millions of children in Haiti to receive life-saving vaccines-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Haiti launched a countrywide vaccination campaign to immunize millions of children against childhood killers. U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius, center, tours the Eliazar Germain hospital during a visit in Port-au-prince, Haiti, Monday, April 16, 2012. Sebelius is visiting Port-au-Prince to highlight the United States’ ongoing partnership with the Haitian government...
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RAPPORT DE LA COMMISSION SPÉCIALE CHARGÉE D’EXAMINER LE DOSSIER DU PREMIER MINISTRE DÉSIGNÉ MONSIEUR LAURENT SALVADOR LAMOTHE

April 20, 2012
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I.- MISE EN CONTEXTESuite à une correspondance du Président de la République adressée au Président du Sénat, l’Honorable Sénateur Simon Dieuseul DESRAS, relative à la désignation du citoyen Laurent Salvador LAMOTHE comme Premier Ministre, le Bureau du Sénat de la République a, conformément à son règlement intérieur, soumis à l’appréciation de l’Assemblée des Sénateurs,...
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Clinton Bush Haiti Fund Vice President Nominated to be Haiti’s Ambassador to the U.S.

April 20, 2012
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Clinton Bush Haiti Fund Vice President Nominated to be Haiti’s Ambassador to the U.S.

WASHINGTON, Apr 20, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) — The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund is proud to recognize that Paul Altidor, the Fund’s Vice President of Programs and Investments, has been nominated to be Haiti’s Ambassador to the United States. Accordingly, Mr. Altidor has tendered his resignation from the Fund. The Fund’s Executive Vice President, Ambassador...
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FOR THE MOMENT THE PAST SAVES MARTELLY

April 20, 2012
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FOR THE MOMENT THE PAST SAVES MARTELLY

April 20, 2012 The past saves Martelly. If the governments of Aristide, Gerard Latortue  and Rene Preval was not as bad as they were, Michel Martelly would be toast. However, the Creole proverb: Bad is better than worse…. seems to fit the  present situation. Our Haitian population has the  amazing ability to readjust to...
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SOME SMOKE AND MIRRORS WE EXPECTED WITH REGARD TO THE MURDER OF PNH OFFICER WALKY CALIXTE Le dépôt des pièces de Lamothe différé

April 20, 2012
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SOME SMOKE AND MIRRORS WE EXPECTED WITH REGARD TO THE MURDER OF PNH OFFICER WALKY CALIXTE Le dépôt des pièces de Lamothe différé

Les policiers mutins qui menaçaient la vie du député Rodriguez Séjour dans les locaux de radio Caraïbes poussent la Chambre basse à différer le dépôt des pièces du Premier ministre désigné, Laurent Lamothe. Le chancelier démissionnaire est attendu lundi prochain à la Chambre basse. Le Nouvelliste: Haïti: La conférence des présidents de la Chambre...
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Mosquito-borne diseases under attack in Haiti, Dominican Republic

April 20, 2012
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Mosquito-borne diseases under attack in Haiti, Dominican Republic

Efforts to eliminate two mosquito-borne diseases – malaria and lymphatic filariasis – in Haiti and the Dominican Republic are ongoing, with the first of four meetings on the issue this year held in Santo Domingo in March. Participants were from the technical teams of the National Center for Tropical Disease Control, the Dominican Republic’s...
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Haitian president condemns storming of Parliament-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

April 19, 2012
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Haitian president condemns storming of Parliament-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By Joseph Guyler Delva PORT-AU-PRINCE | Wed Apr 18, 2012 9:35pm EDT (Reuters) – Haitian President Michel Martelly, who was recovering in a Miami hospital on Wednesday from a blood clot in his lung, condemned the gunmen who stormed and briefly occupied the lower chamber of Parliament in Haiti’s capital a day earlier. No...
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Haiti – Radio Caraibes UNDER POLICE FIRE With A Haitian Legislator Inside!

April 19, 2012
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Haiti – Radio Caraibes UNDER POLICE FIRE With A Haitian Legislator Inside!

Radio Caribe: Wednesday April 18, 2012 12:26 PM ET Shots Fired By Police In Front of Haiti Radio Caraibes With Haitian Legislator, Deputy Rodriguez, Being Interviewed Inside the station Haitian Deputy Rodriguez Sejour was in the middle of an interview on Radio Caraibes when Haitian Policemen bombarded the radio station and fired lots of...
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Haiti condemns incident on grounds of parliament by armed individuals in military uniforms-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

April 19, 2012
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Haiti condemns incident on grounds of parliament by armed individuals in military uniforms-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

A day after armed ex-soldiers forced their way onto the grounds of Haiti’s parliament, the country’s president and prime minister condemn the incident. Meanwhile, President Michel Martelly, recovering in Miami, says he’s stable. By Jacqueline Charles jcharles@Miamiherald.com A day after busloads of armed former and wannabe soldiers forced their way onto the grounds of...
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