Salvadorans in Delaware face deportation after Trump decision to end temporary legal status

January 8, 2018
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Salvadorans in Delaware face deportation after Trump decision to end temporary legal status

Salvadoran immigrants living in Delaware under Temporary Protected Status face deportation in 18 months after the Trump Administration announced Monday that it will remove El Salvador from a federal list of countries to which citizens cannot safely return. The Department of Homeland Security similarly ended TPS for people from Haiti and Nicaragua in 2017. For hundreds of current Delaware residents, the...
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WHO DOES WHAT AND TO WHOM?? AMELIE BARON AT IT AGAIN – IGONORES MANY PERTINENT TRUTHS – IS THIS OFFICIAL FRENCH EMBASSY OPINION??- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

January 7, 2018
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WHO DOES WHAT AND TO WHOM?? AMELIE BARON AT IT AGAIN – IGONORES MANY PERTINENT TRUTHS – IS THIS OFFICIAL FRENCH EMBASSY OPINION??- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

In Haiti, tough talk but little action on rampant corruption Amelie BARON AFP News6 January 2018 CHECK THIS ONE BEFORE OR AFTER READING FOLLOWING ARTICLE: Amelie Baron is not what you would call “Arm’s Length,” from at least one of Jovenel’s opponents. A writer must keep professional and personal aspect separate,  http://www.haitian-truth.org/l%e2%80%99ambassade-de-france-en-haiti-travaille-t-elle-a-la-destabilisation-d%e2%80%99haiti/ Haitian President...
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Blood, sweat and sugar: Trade deal fails Haitian workers on DR plantations

January 7, 2018
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Blood, sweat and sugar: Trade deal fails Haitian workers on DR plantations

by Amy Bracken @brackenamy July 16, 2015 5:00AM ET Cane cutters work overly long days for poor pay in violation of Dominican labor laws and international agreement A worker cuts sugar cane at Batey Las Papita. Al Jazeera America This is the first story in a two-part series. Read the second story, about the...
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250,000 barrels of gasoline arrived in Haiti

January 7, 2018
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250,000 barrels of gasoline arrived in Haiti

Haiti Libre Fils Aimé Ignace Saint-Fleur the Director General of the Monetary Office of Development Assistance Programs (BMPAD) confirmed the arrival on Friday at the Thor terminal at Carrefour, of a anker loaded with 250,000 barrels of gasoline specifying “ this tanker is part of regular orders placed by BMPAD on behalf of local...
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Towards better access to kidney transplant

January 7, 2018
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Towards better access to kidney transplant

Haiti Libre According to Haitian surgeon Jacques Maurice Jeudy, organ transplant specialist and director of the Haitian Greffe Center, between 15,000 and 20,000 Haitians suffer from kidney failure in the country. He states that there are a very large number of patients in clinical situation of kidney failure in the country and that to...
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Caribbean Currents: Haiti’s resilient people celebrate independence

January 7, 2018
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Caribbean Currents: Haiti’s resilient people celebrate independence

In this Wednesday, May 18, 2016 photo, youth dressed as independence heroes take part in a Haitian Flag Day celebration in Arcahaie, Haiti. Haitians celebrated the 213th anniversary of the creation of their national flag in Arcahaie. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery) Dieu Nalio Chery The Republic of Haiti has just celebrated its 214th year...
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Sean Penn, Leonardo DiCaprio share love at Haiti fundraiser

January 7, 2018
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Sean Penn, Leonardo DiCaprio share love at Haiti fundraiser

Sean Penn arrives at the 2018 Sean Penn J/P Haitian Relief Organization Gala at Milk Studios on Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP) (Associated Press) By Sandy Cohen | AP January 7 at 12:44 PM LOS ANGELES — Sean Penn and Leonardo DiCaprio used the eighth annual benefit for the J/P Haitian Relief...
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HAITIANS AREN’T ONLY ONES FAKED OUT BY PEOPLE LIKE AMELIE BARON. THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS FOCUSED ON TRUMP’S LOVE FOR GORILLA TV CHANNEL

January 7, 2018
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HAITIANS AREN’T ONLY ONES FAKED OUT BY PEOPLE LIKE AMELIE BARON. THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS FOCUSED ON TRUMP’S LOVE FOR GORILLA TV CHANNEL

http://www.politifact.com/punditfact/statements/2018/jan/05/tweets/gorilla-channel-trump-satire-tweet-fools-1000s/ White House staff compiled a number of gorilla documentaries into a makeshift gorilla channel” for President Donald Trump. — Tweets on Thursday, January 4th, 2018 in a tweet A gorilla channel for Donald Trump? Satire tweet fools 1,000s By Jon Greenberg on Friday, January 5th, 2018 at 4:51 p.m. A hoaxster tweeted that...
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The 2018 National Carnival will take place in Port-au-Prince

January 6, 2018
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The 2018 National Carnival will take place in Port-au-Prince

Haiti libre: Following the agreement reached the day before at the National Palace between the Presidency and the Port-au-Prince City Council, Friday at a press conference, Claudel Dumas, the President of the National Committee while recalling that his Committee worked as every year with different carnival committees across the country confirmed that this year...
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Death of Professor Rachel Beauvoir Dominique

January 6, 2018
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Death of Professor Rachel Beauvoir Dominique

Haiti Libre: The Rectorate of the State University of Haiti (UEH) learned, with infinite sorrow the sad news of the death Friday, January 5, 2018 at his residence in Mariani, of the manbo (Voodoo Priestess) and Anthropology Professor Rachel Dominique Beauvoir, daughter of the deceased Ati National (Supreme Chief of Haitian Voodoo) Max Gesner...
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200,000 Salvadorans could lose U.S. residency and face expulsion

January 6, 2018
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200,000 Salvadorans could lose U.S. residency and face expulsion

Demonstrators march during an immigration rally Dec. 6, 2017, in Washington to support the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and Temporary Protected Status programs. (Jose Luis Magana/AP) By Nick Miroff and Maria Sacchetti January 4  The Trump administration has until Monday to announce one of its most consequential immigration decisions — whether to extend a form...
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Haiti: No President – What’s Next? by Stanley Lucas

January 6, 2018
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Haiti: No President – What’s Next? by Stanley Lucas

The term of President Michel Martelly ended today, February 7. Because the Constitution does not provide a process for power transition when elections are not finalized, Haitian political and international actors have convened for the past two weeks to discuss how to move forward given the power vacuum. Several scenarios were on the table:...
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223 détenus libérés par le Parquet, l’OPC annonce une enquête

January 6, 2018
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223 détenus libérés par le Parquet, l’OPC annonce une enquête

Haiti24.net À la fin de l’année 2017, le commissaire du gouvernement de Port-au-Prince a procédé à la libération de 223 prisonniers. Se disant avoir agi dans la légalité, le chef du Parquet, Me Clamé Ocnam Daméus, se garde de faire des commentaires dans la presse. Depuis, des organismes de défense des droits humains ne...
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NO JUSTICE !!!! 2000 “HAITIANS” THROWN OUT OF DR IN 3 DAYS- MANY OF THESE BORN IN DR OF PARENTS WHO WERE BORN IN DR

January 6, 2018
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NO JUSTICE !!!! 2000 “HAITIANS” THROWN OUT OF DR IN 3 DAYS- MANY OF THESE BORN IN DR OF PARENTS WHO WERE BORN IN DR

Haiti Libre: General Frugis Martinez, Director of the Terrestrial Border Security Specialized Corps (CESFRONT) of the border area of Dajabón, indicated that in the first three days of 2018, more than 2,000 undocumented Haitians were arrested and returned to Haiti after failing in their attempt to illegally enter the Dominican territory. Martinez who leads...
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Spirit Airlines to launch non-stop service to Hai

January 5, 2018
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Spirit Airlines to launch non-stop service to Hai

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — Low cost US carrier Spirit Airlines has announced plans to launch non-stop flights between Fort Lauderale, Florida and Cap-Haitien, to the north of here, in April. Spirit airlinesThe Florida based airline says the flights will operate three times per week, year round. “We are excited to add even more international...
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Haïtiens arrêtés en Jamaïque dans une opération de la police

January 5, 2018
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Haïtiens arrêtés en Jamaïque dans une opération de la police

Une opération menée par la police de Clarendon entre mardi soir et mercredi a permis la saisie de 547 cartouches de munitions dans une maison de l’avenue Sharpe à May Pen et l’arrestation de cinq personnes en Jamaïque. Parmi les personnes appréhendés figurent trois ressortissants haïtiens rapportent nos confrères de Loop Jamaïque. Une deuxième...
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JOVENEL DETERMINED TO DO SOMETHING – BUT… WITH WHOM??

January 5, 2018
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JOVENEL DETERMINED TO DO SOMETHING – BUT… WITH WHOM??

Jan 4, 2018 Long before his inauguration, almost a year ago, President Jovenel Moise was determined to do something to change Haiti for the better, but  now, who can he call upon to assist? I can personally think of 2 people who should step in.  They have shared the load before and know the...
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FLASH-ATTAQUE CARIBEAN MARKET

January 5, 2018
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FLASH-ATTAQUE CARIBEAN MARKET

4 présumés bandits ont – attaqué, jeudi après-midi, non loin de Caribean Market à Pétion Ville, le véhicule de l’ancienne secrétaire d’Etat aux affaires culturelles et patrimoine, Elsa Baussan Noel qui en est sortie indemne. L’un d’entre eux a été abattu par le garde du corps de Madame Baussan alors que les 3 autres...
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ENOUGH IS ENOUGH – ARREST THE BUM: Moise Jean Charles annonce-reprise-manifestations/

January 5, 2018
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ENOUGH IS ENOUGH – ARREST THE BUM: Moise Jean Charles annonce-reprise-manifestations/

Port-au-Prince, le 4 janvier 2018.- Le leader de la Plateforme Pitit Desalin, Moise Jean-Charles a annoncé aujourd’hui, en conférence de presse, la reprise des manifestations contre l’administration du Président Jovenel Moise à partir du 9 janvier 2018. ___________________________________ COMMENT:HAITIAN-TRUTH.ORG Moise Jean Charles is without any goal or philosophical value other than to blackmail the...
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Quebec companies look to asylum seekers to help fill labour shortage

January 3, 2018
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Quebec companies look to asylum seekers to help fill labour shortage

Since last January, RCMP have intercepted more than 15,000 people crossing into Quebec By Alison Northcott, CBC News Posted: Jan 02, 2018 2:45 PM ET Last Updated: Jan 02, 2018 4:28 PM ET Junior Amisial, 31, crossed the border illegally into Canada from U.S. in August to claim asylum. (Alison Northcott/CBC) Alison Northcott Alison Northcott...
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