Marriott Is Adding a Second Hotel in Haiti

November 19, 2015
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Marriott Is Adding a Second Hotel in Haiti

By the Caribbean Journal staff In a major boost to Haiti’s burgeoning tourism sector, Marriott International has announced that its Autograph Collection is expanding to Haiti. The Habitation Jouissant boutique hotel in Cap Haitien will join the Autograph Collection in the fourth quarter of 2017. The property will be Autograph’s third hotel in the...
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“Qui a tué Jean Max Blanc?”

November 18, 2015
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“Qui a tué Jean Max Blanc?”

J’ai lu avec intérêt, dans le journal LeNouvelliste.com , le texte de Roberson Alphonse titré : “Qui a tué Jean Max Blanc?” La réponse à la question est simple : “C’est la presse haïtienne qui a tué Jean Max Blanc”. Oui! Cette presse haïtienne, plus occupée à suivre des Cette presse qui passe toute...
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Haiti elections officials refuse vote verification – Added COMMENTARY By Haitan-Truth

November 18, 2015
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Haiti elections officials refuse vote verification – Added COMMENTARY By Haitan-Truth

Six opposition candidates in Haiti’s Oct. 25 presidential elections stand outside of the headquarters of the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) in Petionville on Monday, Nov. 16. The group, which includes former Sen. Moise Jean-Charles (not shown), met with the CEP for two hours and 20 minutes to demand an independent commission to verify the...
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Haiti’s ruling party wins big in municipal elections: results

November 17, 2015
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Haiti’s ruling party wins big in municipal elections: results

A man votes at a polling station during the legislative elections in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Sunday, August 10. (PHOTO: AFP) PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AFP) – Haiti’s ruling party has emerged as the big winner of the impoverished Caribbean country’s municipal elections, election results showed Tuesday. The PHTK party won more than 30 mayoral races, including...
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Haiti’s cholera outbreak: it’s time for some accountability

November 17, 2015
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Haiti’s cholera outbreak: it’s time for some accountability

by Fran Quigley Earlier this year, the Haitian people and their supporters commemorated the fifth anniversary of the horrific earthquake that struck the country in 2010. Last month marked the fifth anniversary of the horrific cholera outbreak that followed. More of us know about the earthquake. But the cholera was worse. A demonstrator holds...
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Plusieurs centaines de personnes investissent la route de Carrefour dans une Grande manifestation contre la DINEPA

November 17, 2015
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Plusieurs centaines de personnes investissent la route de Carrefour dans une Grande manifestation  contre la DINEPA

Nov 16, 2015 Ils entendent par là protester contre la DINEPA du fait qu’ils ne reçoivent pas d’eau dans leur robinet depuis plusieurs semaines. Paralellement les habitants de Fontamara, Bizoton, Diquini et Thor souffrent du manque d’eau dans leur foyer. Ces quartiers où l’eau coulait 24/24 souffrent davantage du fait qu’ils ne disposent pas...
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Haiti Hunger Crisis News: Children Go to School Starving

November 17, 2015
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Haiti Hunger Crisis News: Children Go to School Starving

School is a refuge for many children in Haiti as it is the facility that provides them hope for tomorrow and it gives them the passion to one day become life changers in a country where light, cold, and food are all scarce. Pritchard and Dana Adams are members of the Rehoboth Ministries, a...
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Haïti – FLASH : 3 présumés syriens en provenance d’Haïti, arrêtés à St-Martin 16/11/2015 08:32:23

November 16, 2015
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Haïti – FLASH : 3 présumés syriens en provenance d’Haïti, arrêtés à St-Martin 16/11/2015 08:32:23

HaitiLibre: Samedi 14 novembre, 3 hommes en provenance d’Haïti, ont été arrêtés vers 19h30 à l’aéroport international Princess Juliana sur l’île de Saint-Martin (partie néerlandaise) (Nord-Est des Antilles). Les 3 hommes en détention, qui sont soupçonnés d’être des ressortissants originaires de Syrie, sont arrivés à l’aéroport international Princess Juliana sur le vol 7I Insel...
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5.8 Quake, West of Cayman Island area- No damages

November 16, 2015
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5.8 Quake, West of Cayman Island area- No damages


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Haiti’s prime minister meets diaspora, supports vote verification – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

November 15, 2015
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Haiti’s prime minister meets diaspora, supports vote verification – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Haiti Prime Minister  and ex-Prime Minister Evans Paul and Laurent Lamothe  close out three-day diaspora conference in North Miami Haitian diaspora is encouraged to organize Current elections crisis in Haiti requires dialogue, political solution Haiti Prime Minister Evans Paul Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald Staff By Jacqueline Charles jcharles@miamiherald.com Haitian Prime Minister Evans Paul says...
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A TRUE PATRIOT – OPL LEADER SAUVEUR-PIERRE ETIENNE REVEALS $50,000,000 PAYMENT TO LAVALAS, MANIGAT AND OTHERS TO DESTABILISE THE MARTELLY GOVERNMENT AND THE ELECTORAL PROCESS.

November 14, 2015
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A TRUE PATRIOT – OPL LEADER SAUVEUR-PIERRE ETIENNE  REVEALS $50,000,000 PAYMENT TO LAVALAS, MANIGAT AND OTHERS TO DESTABILISE THE MARTELLY GOVERNMENT AND THE ELECTORAL PROCESS.

November 14, 2015 We have received rumors to the effect that the Dominican government, and a number of foreign groups in the DR, have been pumping massive amounts of cash and weapons, into Haiti, with the aim of destabilizing the Martelly government. IT IS DOMINICAN CASH THAT FUNDS THE ONGOING SERIES OF DEMONSTRATIONS AGAINST...
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CEP holdout breaks silence as election protests grow in Haiti

November 14, 2015
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CEP holdout breaks silence as election protests grow in Haiti

Haiti elections council member says he doubts credibility of the vote count UNOPS denies accusations that it helped orchestrate electoral fraud Supporters of opposition candidates continue to demand verification of vote count Protesters hold up election posters promoting presidential candidate Jude Celestin of the Lapeh party, during a protest against official preliminary election results,...
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FLASH – FLASH – FLASH La République Dominicaine voit en Jovenel Moise une menace pour ses exportations agricoles et finance des manifestations en Haiti

November 14, 2015
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FLASH – FLASH – FLASH  La République Dominicaine voit en Jovenel Moise une menace pour ses exportations agricoles et finance des manifestations en Haiti

La République Dominicaine voit en @MoiseJovenel @PHTKHaiti une menace pour ses exportations agricoles vers Haiti. Selon Sauveur Pierre-Etienne, les manifestations en Haiti ont toujours été financées par la républicaine voisine qui combat cette volonté de l’administration Martelly de diminuer les importations agricoles du pays en  renforçant la production nationale.        =========== Selon...
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Oil ties did not protect Venezuelan drug suspects nabbed by U.S. in Haiti

November 13, 2015
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Oil ties did not protect Venezuelan drug suspects nabbed by U.S. in Haiti

THIS PHOTO IS DELIBERATELY UPSIDE DOWN PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) – The close ties between Venezuela and Haiti were not enough to stop U.S. law enforcement from arresting two relatives of Venezuela’s president when they flew into the Caribbean nation this week, showing the United States still exercises significant influence in the region. Venezuela is one...
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Haiti – Dominican Republic : Monthly increase of over 30% of repatriations

November 13, 2015
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Haiti – Dominican Republic : Monthly increase of over 30% of repatriations

Haiti Libre: As part of a joint monitoring work, the Support Group for Returnees and Refugees (GAAR), the Jesuit Service for Migrants (SJM), the Border Network Jeannot Succès (RFJS) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) recorded during the month of October 2015, 8.602 Haitians living in irregular migratory situation in the Dominican Republic...
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King Posse’s Black Alex dies at 39

November 13, 2015
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King Posse’s Black Alex dies at 39

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (sentinel.ht) – The famed Rap and Ragga artist from King Posse, Jamency “Black Alex” Pierre, passed away on Friday, November 13, 2015 at the age of 39 according to reports. The Rap and Ragga artist whose real name is Jamecy Alex Pierre, but is known as Black Alex, had long been fighting...
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Vodou is elusive and endangered, but it remains the soul of Haitian people

November 12, 2015
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Vodou is elusive and endangered, but it remains the soul of Haitian people

Far from B-movie cliches, vodou is spiritual system and a way of life but even in Haiti, where it became an official religion, it faces prejudice and hostility A Vodou ceremony organized by Manbo Mireille. Kim Wall and Caterina Clerici in Île-à-Vache, Haiti Saturday 7 November 2015 08.30 EST Last modified on Monday 9 November...
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Haiti’s Smallholder Farmers Alliance (SFA) launch of our new U.S.-based strategic partner, Impact Farming.

November 12, 2015
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Haiti’s Smallholder Farmers Alliance (SFA) launch of our new U.S.-based strategic partner, Impact Farming.

At theClinton Global Initiative in September it was announced that the SFA and Timberland had fulfilled their joint pledge of planting 5 million trees in Haiti in 5 years. While making the announcement, Chelsea Clinton also highlighted the exciting news that the SFA will have its first commercial product on the shelves at more...
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U.S. Political Intervention in Haiti Has Caused Instability and Aid Efforts Have Largely Failed

November 12, 2015
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U.S. Political Intervention in Haiti Has Caused Instability and Aid Efforts Have Largely Failed

When a devastating earthquake struck Haiti in January 2010, killing more than 200,000 people, former President Bill Clinton said that the reconstruction would provide an opportunity to “build back better.” Some $9.6 billion was pledged by the international community, including the U.S. government. But nearly six years later, although about $7.6 billion has been...
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The Real Deal: How the U.S. broke Haiti – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

November 12, 2015
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The Real Deal: How the U.S. broke Haiti – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By Ryan Fox- Oaklandpostonline There is very little debate that the United States of America is the military and economic juggernaut of the world. In order to achieve that status, the U.S. has had to exploit many smaller nations. One nation that has suffered severely from U.S. intervention is the tiny Caribbean state of...
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