Le Journaliste Gary Pierre Paul Charles dénonce les CORROMPUS dans la COMMISSION SENATORIALE ANTI-CORRUPTION.

July 31, 2017
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Le Journaliste Gary Pierre Paul Charles dénonce les  CORROMPUS dans la COMMISSION SENATORIALE ANTI-CORRUPTION.

Un Sénateur de la République (Nènel Cassy) aurait reçu 37,636,981.00 de gourdes du BMPAD en 2016 sous la Présidence de Jocelerme Privert. Patrick Noramé était alors Directeur du BMPAD. C’est la raison pour laquelle son nom a été écarté de la liste des anciens comptables des fonds PetroCaribe qui doivent se présenter par devant...
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Long Island Swoop Stops Over 100 Haitian Migrants

July 28, 2017
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Long Island Swoop Stops Over 100 Haitian Migrants

By AVA TURNQUEST Tribune Chief Reporter aturnquest@tribunemedia.net TWO days after some 60 migrants were apprehended on Little Inagua, Royal Bahamas Defence Force patrols on Tuesday apprehended more than 100 Haitian migrants near Long Island. Immigration Director William Pratt yesterday confirmed there has been an upswing in the apprehension of Haitian migrants; however, he noted...
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HAITIANS ASSAULTED – SOME MURDERED: DELAY IN DEPORTATION SMOKE AND MIRRORS – ATTACHED VIDEOS SHOW THE REAL DOMINICAN – GOVERNMENT SPONSORED REALITY

July 28, 2017
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HAITIANS ASSAULTED – SOME MURDERED: DELAY IN DEPORTATION SMOKE AND MIRRORS – ATTACHED VIDEOS SHOW THE REAL DOMINICAN – GOVERNMENT SPONSORED REALITY

Dominican Republic, July 27, 2017 – Santo Domingo – While countries like Turks and Caicos and The Bahamas are dealing with the problem of illegal Haitian migrants, the Dominican Republic on Tuesday granted a one-year extension to some 230,000 Haitian migrants trying to renew or obtain residency permits, an issue that has been a...
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CANADIAN TOOTH FAIRY: A tighter aid budget in Haiti means Canada must do more with less – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

July 28, 2017
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CANADIAN TOOTH FAIRY: A tighter aid budget in Haiti means Canada must do more with less – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

BJORN LOMBORG Special to The Globe and Mail Bjorn Lomborg is director of the Copenhagen Consensus Center Host to a large diaspora population, Canada has long focused much of its official and private aid toward Haiti – the hemisphere’s poorest country. Recently though, it has pulled back: Haiti fell from top recipient of aid in...
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United States at the UN, highlight important progress in Haiti

July 27, 2017
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United States at the UN, highlight important progress in Haiti

Last week at the last Security Council, in which Sandra Honoré, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Haiti, presented the “Report of the Secretary-General on the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti”, various countries spoke in turn. Michèle J. Sison, Representative of the United States, welcomed the “significant progress” made so far. She...
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These Haitians Found Refuge From Earthquakes, Cholera, and Poverty. Now Trump Plans to Send Them Bac

July 27, 2017
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These Haitians Found Refuge From Earthquakes, Cholera, and Poverty. Now Trump Plans to Send Them Bac

Natalie Baptiste- Mother Jones.com People walk down a street in Port-au-Prince.Ricardo Arduengo/AP In Haiti, 26-year-old Marie struggled to make ends meet. Unlike many in the northern city of Gonaïves, where she lives, she did have a paying job—she was a secretary for a transportation company—but after buying groceries and caring for her ailing mother, her monthly...
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Ultimate reprieve for Haitian in DR registered with the PNRE

July 27, 2017
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Ultimate reprieve for Haitian in DR registered with the PNRE

Haiti Libre: Tuesday, 25 July, the National Council for Migration (CNM) approved the one-year extension of temporary residence permits issued to nearly 240,000 foreigners registered in the National Regularization Plan for Foreigners (PNRE) living illegally in the Dominican Republic. Carlos Amarante Baret, the Dominican Minister of the Interior and Police, who is also the...
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Moïse will start the big cleaning of the Haitian diplomacy

July 27, 2017
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Moïse will start the big cleaning of the Haitian diplomacy

HAITI LIBRE: Antonio Rodrigue, Minister of Foreign Affairs, confirmed that due to serious budgetary problems (the Chancellery has ± $ 21 million of debt the new Government intended to reduce considerably the staff of the 49 diplomatic and consular missions around the world by nearly 66%. The contractual staff of the diplomatic missions, recruited...
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“I saw a lot of women who died during delivery, but I did not know how to help them.”

July 27, 2017
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“I saw a lot of women who died during delivery, but I did not know how to help them.”

The maternity ward at St. Therese Hospital in Hinche, Haiti, doesn’t have running water. Waste is collected in buckets. When the electricity cuts out, as it does throughout the day, the midwives put on headlamps and keep on delivering babies. Nurses use antibacterial gel sparingly, not knowing when the next shipment will arrive. The...
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L’enquête du Sénat sur PétroCaribe est une opportunité pour Laurent Lamothe

July 27, 2017
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L’enquête du Sénat sur PétroCaribe est une opportunité pour Laurent Lamothe

L’enquête du Sénat sur PétroCaribe est une opportunité pour Laurent Lamothe.- Cyrus Sibert) July 25, 2017 Contrairement aux prévisions des méchants qui cherchaient à détruire l’ex-Premier Ministre Laurent Lamothe, le “Rapport de la Commission Ethique et Anti-Corruption du Sénat de la République” fournit des détails contraires à la propagande anti-Lamothe qu’a connu le pays...
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THE BIG LIE! – TELL IT OFTEN ENOUGH AND IT WILL BECOME THE TRUTH.

July 27, 2017
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THE BIG LIE! – TELL IT OFTEN ENOUGH AND IT WILL BECOME THE TRUTH.

July 26, 2017 A tape recording of a “Fake News Broadcast” is circulating throughout the Social Media. It purports to report  a President Jovenel Moise press release to the effect that he wants all Haitians  to return to Haiti in preparation for open conflict with the Dominican Republic. But, we are not to worry,...
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Haitian advocates start 180-day countdown urging Trump administration to extend TPS- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

July 27, 2017
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Haitian advocates start 180-day countdown urging Trump administration to extend TPS- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By Ayanna Runcie aruncie@miamiherald.com July 24, 2017 6:29 PM A 10-year-old girl from Miami who could be deported from the U.S. if Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, isn’t extended for Haitians joined a campaign Monday to raise awareness of the issue. “I’m not afraid, but I have to be concerned about it,” Vanessa Joseph...
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Haiti – Environment : Towards a disaster announced- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

July 25, 2017
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Haiti – Environment : Towards a disaster announced- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

According to reports by several international experts, climate change is expected to result in more than 50% reduction in rainfall in the coming years and an increase in average temperatures. According to Haitian engineer Claude Prépetit, Coordinator of the Technical Unit of Seismology, Bureau of Mines and Energy, summer temperatures in Haiti by the...
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Partners sign agreement for first optometry school in Haiti

July 25, 2017
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Partners sign agreement for first optometry school in Haiti

A memorandum of agreement has been signed to establish the first School of Optometry in Haiti, representing a collaboration between I’Universite d’Etat d’Haiti, Brien Holden Vision Institute, Optometry Giving Sight, VOSH International and Charity Vision, with support from University of Montreal. “This is a great moment in the development of eye health in Haiti,”...
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UN official says Haiti peacekeeping a mission accomplished- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

July 24, 2017
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UN official says Haiti peacekeeping a mission accomplished- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

July 24 2017 UNITED NATIONS — The top U.N. official for Haiti is urging the Caribbean country’s new government to keep its promises to fight corruption, improve justice, and combat poverty especially in rural areas, saying peacekeepers have accomplished their mission of stabilizing the Western hemisphere’s poorest nation. Sandra Honore said Haiti today “is...
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Haiti has chance to solidify stability before UN mission’s drawdown, Security Council told

July 23, 2017
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Haiti has chance to solidify stability before UN mission’s drawdown, Security Council told

Security Council meeting on The situation concerning Haiti. UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe 18 July 2017 – With three months left before the current United Nations peacekeeping mission in Haiti transitions to a smaller one, a UN envoy stressed today that the Caribbean country faces the “window of opportunity” to solidify stability, following recent elections. “Haiti...
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Le sénateur Carl Murat Cantave, ’initiateur de la proposition de loi interdisant le mariage homosexuel en Haïti.

July 23, 2017
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Le sénateur Carl Murat Cantave, ’initiateur de la proposition de loi interdisant le mariage homosexuel en Haïti.

Le sénateur Carl Murat Cantave, ’initiateur de la proposition de loi interdisant le mariage homosexuel en Haïti. Juillet 24, 2017 Sur proposition du sénateur de l’Artibonite, Carl Murat Cantave, le Sénat de la République a mis au vote la proposition de loi portant interdiction du mariage entre deux personnes de même sexe en Haïti....
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Sunday Night’s Matt Doran goes undercover with Operation Underground Railroad to bring down Haiti child sex ring- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

July 23, 2017
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Sunday Night’s Matt Doran goes undercover with Operation Underground Railroad to bring down Haiti child sex ring- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Matt Dorannews.com.au “WHO is afraid of the water?” The question, from a former special agent with the US Department of Homeland Security, is directed at a group of children being held against their will in a rusted home hidden in the hills of Petion-Ville, in the republic of Haiti. The undercover human trafficking operative...
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Haitian Immigrants With Temporary Status Await Trump’s Next Move

July 23, 2017
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Haitian Immigrants With Temporary Status Await Trump’s Next Move

By KHORRI ATKINSON  JULY 21, 2017 Jean Jubens Jeanty, 29, last week at Brooklyn College, where he will soon complete a high school diploma program. Mr. Jeanty, who is from Haiti, has temporary protected status. Credit Sam Hodgson for The New York Times Jean Jubens Jeanty, a Haitian Uber driver who lives in Brooklyn,...
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In This Caribbean Island, Stripped Down For The Voodoo Goddess Of Love

July 22, 2017
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In This Caribbean Island, Stripped Down For The Voodoo Goddess Of Love

The 2017 voodoo Haitian pilgrimage at Saut d’ Eau, Haiti. (Photo credit: HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images) By NAN Travel Editor News Americas, New York, NY, Fri. July 21, 2017: Women sat and stood unabashedly bare breasted as they gathered for the annual pilgrimage that drew hundreds of both sexes each year to a Caribbean waterfall....
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