Procès d’un chef de gang haïtien: le régime d’Aristide en accusation

May 22, 2014
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Procès d’un chef de gang haïtien: le régime d’Aristide en accusation

20 Mai 2014 Terreur, enlèvement, assassinat : la cour d’assises de Paris qui juge un chef de gang haïtien poursuivi pour meurtre s’est plongée mardi dans les dernières années de la présidence Aristide, avec les témoignages de la veuve de la victime et de l’ex-ambassadeur de France à Port-au-Prince. Amaral Duclona, alias Berthone Jolicoeur, 34 ans,...
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SAME APPROACH SHOULD APPLY IN HAITI -Fiery Muslim preacher convicted in New York terror trial-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

May 22, 2014
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SAME APPROACH SHOULD APPLY IN HAITI -Fiery Muslim preacher convicted in New York terror trial-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

NEW YORK - An Egyptian Islamic preacher whose fiery sermons before and after 9/11 attracted extremists to his London mosque was convicted Monday in a trial that a prosecutor said should provide justice for the victims of a kidnapping in Yemen more than a decade ago. The 56-year-old cleric, Mustafa Kamel Mustafa, also known...
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Bill, Hillary and the Haiti Debacle by Mary O’Grady

May 22, 2014
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Bill, Hillary and the Haiti Debacle by Mary O’Grady

Former US President Bill Clinton and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attend the grand opening ceremony of the new Caracol Industrial Park in Caracol, Haiti on October 22, 2012. Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Haitians are upset by the reconstruction effort managed by the Clintons. Wall Street Journal,  May 18, 2014:  —The news website Tout...
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Haiti earthquake recovery a debacle under management of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

May 22, 2014
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Haiti earthquake recovery a debacle under management of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Any examination of Hillary Clinton’s qualifications for president should include close study of the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (IHRC), set up to raise money and Haiti recover from its devastating 7.0 earthquake four years ago. IHRC is headed by Bill Clinton and initially functioned during the period his wife was Secretary of State, running...
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200 Nicaragua students return home from Venezuela

May 22, 2014
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200 Nicaragua students return home from Venezuela

MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — More than 200 Nicaraguan medical students who were studying in Venezuela with the financial help of that South American country have returned home without finishing their studies, authorities and their relatives said Monday. Nicaraguan officials wouldn’t comment on why the students came home over the weekend, but Venezuela is caught...
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So lightning does strike twice! Photos show bolt reflecting in the perfectly still waters off Haiti

May 20, 2014
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So lightning does strike twice! Photos show bolt reflecting in the perfectly still waters off Haiti

New photographs show the moment lighting hit Haitian capital Port-au-Prince and was perfectly reflected in water. The lightning hit the city during a Monday evening thunderstorm and was caught on camera through long exposure, NBC says. The strike was reflected from water on a building floor under construction. Also reflected in the photographs are...
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Commémoration de la fête du Drapeau et de l’Université ce 18 Mai à l’Arcahaie

May 20, 2014
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Commémoration de la fête du Drapeau et de l’Université ce 18 Mai à l’Arcahaie

Le Chef de l’Etat appelle une fois de plus les Haïtiens à l’unité Le Président de la République, S.E.M. Michel Joseph Martelly, accompagné entre autres de la Première Dame, Mme Sophia Martelly et du Premier Ministre, M. LaurentLamothe, a commémoré, ce dimanche 18 Mai, à l’Arcahaie,  les 211 ans de création du Drapeau haïtien,...
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Les organisations de la société civile réclament un Conseil électoral équilibré et le vote des amendements à la loi électorale

May 20, 2014
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Les organisations de la société civile réclament un Conseil électoral équilibré et le vote des amendements à la loi électorale

______________________________________________________________ Les organisations de la société civile réclament un Conseil électoral équilibré et le vote des amendements à la loi électorale Conseil électoral équilibré et vote des amendements à la loi électorale. DÉCLARATION Le 19 Mai 2014, Les Organisations de la Société Civile, les Organismes de Droits Humains et les Responsables Religieux, signataires de...
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FROM FRANCE: AMARAL DUCLONA’S TESTIMONY TIES PREVAL/CELESTIN TO MARCELLO AND FRENCH CONSUL’S MURDERS, PLUS OTHERS

May 19, 2014
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FROM FRANCE: AMARAL DUCLONA’S TESTIMONY TIES PREVAL/CELESTIN TO MARCELLO AND FRENCH CONSUL’S MURDERS, PLUS OTHERS

November 25, 2010 President Rene Preval has long been recognized as controller of Haiti’s major gangs. Immediately after his inauguration, President Preval held a controversial dinner at the National Palace. The invited guests were key gang-leaders from around Haiti. Instead of arresting them, Preval feted them with a luxury dinner and champagne as MINUSTAH...
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Ouverture en France du Procès d’un Chef Gang de «chimères»

May 19, 2014
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Ouverture en France du Procès d’un Chef Gang de «chimères»

Lundi, s’ouvrira en France, le procès du Chef de gang haïtien Amaral Duclona, alias « Berthone Jolicoeur », 34 ans, accusé de l’enlèvement, de séquestration et de la mort d’un chef d’entreprise franco-haïtien, Claude Bernard Lauture, en 2004 à Port-au-Prince Rappelons qu’a cette époque « Berthone Jolicoeur » était le Chef d’un des gangs...
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Bill, Hillary and the Haiti Debacle

May 19, 2014
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Bill, Hillary and the Haiti Debacle

Haitians are upset by the reconstruction effort managed by the Clintons. MARY ANASTASIA O’GRADY May 18, 2014 The Americas The news website Tout Haiti reported last month that two prominent lawyers have petitioned Haiti’s Superior Court of Auditors and administrative Disputes, demanding an audit of Bill Clinton’s management of the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission...
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Flash! Arrestation de l’un des auteurs de l’incendie de la station d’essence du 14 mai 2014

May 17, 2014
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Flash! Arrestation de l’un des auteurs de l’incendie de la station d’essence du 14 mai 2014

Flash! Arrestation de l’un des auteurs de l’incendie de la station d’essence du 14 mai 2014.- La Police Nationale d’Haïti a procédé à l’arrestation de Rony Timothée, l’un des manifestants identifiés dans l’incendie d’une station d’essence et d’un véhicule, le 14 mai dernier, dans la capitale haïtienne. La Police Nationale d’Haïti (PNH) a ainsi...
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US Missionary Stabbed to Death in Haiti

May 17, 2014
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US Missionary Stabbed to Death in Haiti

An American missionary who came to Haiti in the wake of the January 2010 earthquake has been stabbed to death in the capital of the impoverished Caribbean country, police and friends said Friday. George Knoop, an elder with the Quisqueya Chapel in Haiti, was attacked inside his home in the Delmas section of the...
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Dominican legislators approve citizenship bill

May 17, 2014
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Dominican legislators approve citizenship bill

By EZEQUIEL ABIU LOPEZ Associated Press SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — Legislators on Friday unanimously approved a bill they say would allow thousands of people of Haitian descent born in the Dominican Republic the opportunity to obtain naturalized citizenship. The Dominican lower house originally was expected to create a committee to analyze the bill,...
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Bahamian boat captain high on crack when Haitian migrants drowned

May 17, 2014
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Bahamian boat captain high on crack when Haitian migrants drowned

By Beatrice Dupuy bdupuy@miamiherald.com Federal prosecutors say a Bahamian boat captain was high on crack cocaine when four Haitian migrants traveling on his boat drowned. Captain Naaman Davis, 53, faces life in prison after pleading guilty to smuggling aliens resulting in their death and helping aggravated felons re-enter the U.S. Allegedly drunk and high,...
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Digicel Foundation is committing for 3 years to the FLADH

May 17, 2014
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Digicel Foundation is committing for 3 years to the FLADH

Haiti Libre: The Digicel Foundation, once again, is helping to strengthen communities in Haiti, announcing a new partnership with the Fondation l’Athlétique d’Haïti (FLADH). Valued at more than 10 million gourdes and over a period of 3 years, this funding is part of the community projects of the Digicel Foundation whose main objective is...
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Haiti is preparing around the world to celebrate our bicolor

May 17, 2014
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Haiti is preparing around the world to celebrate our bicolor

Haiti Libre: The Consulates of Haiti including that of Miami, Chicago, Boston, Montreal, Ecuador, Aruba; the Embassies of Haiti, including that of Dominican Republic, France, Wasington DC, Germany, Luxembourg, Spain and many diaspora organizations around the world are preparing to celebrate the 18 May, with pomp, the 211th anniversary of Haitian bicolor. Consulate General...
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Southwest Florida’s most-wanted fugitive arrested

May 16, 2014
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Southwest Florida’s most-wanted fugitive arrested

Wesnel Isaac The most-wanted man in Southwest Florida arrived at the federal court house in downtown Fort Myers Thursday night. The U.S. Marshals Service delivered Wesnel Isaac after the fugitive was finally caught in Haiti after seven years on the run. According to a report, three U.S. marshals went to Haiti to arrest and...
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3eme anniversaire de Prestation de Pouvoir de SEM Michel Martelly

May 15, 2014
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3eme anniversaire de Prestation de Pouvoir de SEM Michel Martelly

Plis pase 100 mil moun reyini sou Chann Mas pou fete ak Prezidan Martelly 3 zan pwogrè ak estabilite peyi a depi li nan tèt let a.
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Mosquito-borne chikungunya virus spreading rapidly in Haiti

May 14, 2014
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Mosquito-borne chikungunya virus spreading rapidly in Haiti

An aedes aegypti mosquito, responsible for spreading the chikungunya virus, is shown on human skin. (AP Photo/USDA, File) A mosquito-borne virus that was detected for the first time in Haiti last week has quickly spread throughout the Caribbean nation, a health official said Tuesday. Some 1,529 cases of the chikungunya virus have been confirmed,...
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