Venezuela requests to pospone Dominican Republic-Haiti talks

May 6, 2014
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Venezuela requests to pospone Dominican Republic-Haiti talks

Santo Domingo.– The binational talks between the Dominican Republic and Haiti were postponed for the fourth time at Venezuela’s request, and was set for next Thursday, 8 May in Petion-Ville, Haiti. According to the Dominican Presidency website, the new postponement was made at the request of Venezuela Foreign Relations minister Elias Jaua. The third...
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INTERNATIONAL AID TO HAITI’s ‘Big Lie’, DEFEND THESIS Haitian author

May 6, 2014
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INTERNATIONAL AID TO HAITI’s ‘Big Lie’, DEFEND THESIS Haitian author

Posted on May 5, 2014 in Facebook INTERNATIONAL AID TO HAITI’s ‘Big Lie’, DEFEND THESIS Haitian author claimed that the country is being recolonised by transnational capital “There’s nobody helping Haiti. Is Haiti that is helping everybody, “said the Journal of Unicamp Haitian Franck Seguy who just defended his doctoral thesis” The disaster of January...
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Truck packed with people crashes and kills 23 in Haiti

May 4, 2014
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Truck packed with people crashes and kills 23 in Haiti

PORT-AU-PRINCE, May 4 ― A truck filled with food and street vendors overturned yesterday in Haiti, killing 23 people and wounding two dozen others. “The passengers were crammed inside the vehicle surrounded by products,” the parent of a victim said after the crash in the southern town of Roseaux. About 50 vendors were riding...
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Haiti:LA PERLE DES ANTILLES

May 3, 2014
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Haiti:LA PERLE DES ANTILLES

LE SUD D’HAITI SCEAU MATHURIN PORT SALUT
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AMERICANS PLAYED MIND GAMES WITH EX-ARISTIDE SENATOR MIRLANDE LIBERUS AND HIT-MAN MARKINGTON PHILIPPE AND SAW THEM FLEE SAFETY OF USA

May 3, 2014
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AMERICANS PLAYED MIND GAMES WITH EX-ARISTIDE SENATOR MIRLANDE LIBERUS AND HIT-MAN MARKINGTON PHILIPPE AND SAW THEM FLEE SAFETY OF USA

May 2, 2014 Had Mirlande Liberus Pavert stayed in the United States, the problems of extraditing her would have been overwhelming. She could have claimed the extradition was political and blocked any action for years, if not forever. And so, an American agency suggested she was about to be arrested. To avoid the net...
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Battle Over Who Will Umpire the Next Elections-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

May 3, 2014
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Battle Over Who Will Umpire the Next Elections-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Haiti’s Senate President, Sen. Simon Dieuseul Desras, has clearly rejected the so-called “Inter-Haitian Agreement of El Rancho,” which was brokered earlier this year by the Catholic Church’s new Haitian Cardinal Chibly Langlois. Named after the iconic Pétionville hotel where it was negotiated starting in late January and signed on Mar. 19, the “El Rancho...
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Prospective adoptive parents in Haiti warned against extra fees

May 3, 2014
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Prospective adoptive parents in Haiti warned against extra fees

By jacqueline charles jcharles@MiamiHerald.com The U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince has a warning for U.S. citizens seeking to adopt children in Haiti: Don’t pay extra fees to expedite the adoption process. Neither the Haitian nor U.S. governments charges expedite fees, the embassy said Friday in a communiqué. There also are no fees for additional visa...
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Révélations d’un chef de bande lavalas.Mirlande Liberus 2005

May 3, 2014
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Révélations d’un chef de bande  lavalas.Mirlande Liberus 2005

http://www.haitiwebs.com/archive/index.php/t-29071.html 01-28-05, 03:40 PM Ça se précise. Le très activiste lavalas, Wenche Luc, s’est repenti de sa conduite et a fait des révélations sur l’implication directe de hauts dignitaires lavalas dans les violences perpétrées ces derniers jours par les bandits de l’ ” Opération Bagdad “. L’ancien responsable de ” Baz Fristré ” de...
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Protesters in Haiti demand President Michel Martelly’s resignation

May 2, 2014
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Protesters in Haiti demand President Michel Martelly’s resignation

Published: May 1, 2014, 3:36 pm PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — President Michel Martelly’s critics have closed a major thoroughfare in Port-au-Prince. About 2,000 protesters snaked through the capital Thursday, calling on Martelly to resign and accusing him of corruption. Protesters perform a voodoo ceremony as they hold an image of Haitian President Michel Martelly over...
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Pourquoi le Président du Senat d’Haïti Simon Desras a-t-il peur des élections? par Stanley Lucas

May 2, 2014
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Pourquoi le Président du Senat d’Haïti Simon Desras a-t-il peur des élections? par Stanley Lucas

Depuis 2012 le Sénateur Simon Desras fait de son mieux pour bloquer l’organisation des élections démocratiques en Haïti. Le Sénat a toujours fait partie de toutes les discussions devant aboutir a la mise en place du CEP pour organiser les élections en Haïti. Quand le Président Martelly a propose d’institutionnaliser le système électoral par...
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As Haiti awaits confirmation, a quickly spreading mosquito-borne virus in Caribbean sparks concern

May 2, 2014
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As Haiti awaits confirmation, a quickly spreading mosquito-borne virus in Caribbean sparks concern

With more than 4,000 cases and six deaths in the Caribbean, a mosquito-borne virus that is similar to dengue fever is stirring concerns. Craig Riviere, 28, stands next to an open gully near his home in Tarish Pit, Dominica that is a breeding ground for the mosquito that spreads dengue and chikungunya virus that...
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JEAN-HENRY CEANT SPEAKS TO THE DIASPORA

May 2, 2014
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JEAN-HENRY CEANT SPEAKS TO THE DIASPORA

On March 30 2014, Jean-Henry Céant, projected presidential candidate for 2015 election in Haiti, spoke at University of Massachusetts Boston in Snowden Auditorium. The event was hosted by the Africana Studies Department under a community forum organized by MCTV Network, Ch. 283 Comcast. Céant addressed the need to amend the 1987 Haitian Constitution, which excludes...
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Suspect In Killing Of Haitian Journalist Held In Argentina, 14 Years Later

April 30, 2014
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Suspect In Killing Of Haitian Journalist Held In Argentina, 14 Years Later

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Haiti), April 30 (BERNAMA-NNN-HCNN) — Argentine authorities have arrested and detained Markington Philippe, a suspect in the killing, 14 years ago, of Haiti’s most famous journalist and political commentator, Jean Dominique, and of his radio station’s security guard, Jean-Claude Louissaint. The Haitian press freedom watchdog, SOS Journalistes, confirmed on Tuesday the information with...
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DEMOCRACY NOW??? AMERICAN DEA, SPECIAL FORCES?? THREATEN TO THROW HAITIAN BOY FROM HELICOPTER IF HE DIDN’T SURRENDER GUY PHILIPPE’S LOCATION

April 30, 2014
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DEMOCRACY NOW??? AMERICAN DEA, SPECIAL FORCES??  THREATEN TO THROW HAITIAN BOY FROM HELICOPTER IF HE DIDN’T SURRENDER GUY PHILIPPE’S LOCATION

April 29, 2014 Updated April 30 History repeats itself!! Yesterday, helicopters, filled with heavily armed Americans, swooped down on Guy Philippe’s house in Pestel. Guy Philippe was not there. So they grabbed his houseboy, put him in a body-bag…. Then tossed him on the helicopter floor. Moments later, he found himself high above the...
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Suspect in killing of Haiti’s famous journalist held in Argentina

April 30, 2014
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Suspect in killing of Haiti’s famous journalist held in Argentina

Published on April 29, 2014 by Editor HCNN (author) PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (HCNN) — Argentine authorities have arrested and detained Markington Philippe, a suspect in the killing, fourteen years ago, of Haiti’s most famous journalist and political commentator, Jean Dominique, and of the radio stations security guard, Jean-Claude Louissaint. The Haitian press freedom watchdog, SOS Journalistes, confirmed...
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7ème édition du programme «Gouvènman an lakay ou» à Mirebalais.

April 30, 2014
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7ème édition du programme «Gouvènman an lakay ou» à Mirebalais.


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International community warns Haiti in for more political crisis if elections don’t happen in 2014-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

April 29, 2014
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International community warns Haiti in for more political crisis if elections don’t happen in 2014-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By jacqueline charles jcharles@MiamiHerald.com Indicating increasing frustration with an ongoing political stalemate in Haiti, the international community warned Tuesday that the country could be headed for another political crisis with unpredictable consequences. The tough stance from the United Nations and others comes after the U.S. informed the poverty-stricken nation last week that it could...
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Milken Conference: Sean Penn Calls Out Media for Haiti Coverage

April 29, 2014
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Milken Conference: Sean Penn Calls Out Media for Haiti Coverage

Sean Penn The actor/humanitarian said the country, the poorest in the Western Hemisphere, deserves outside investment. Sean Penn called out the media — especially “left-leaning media” — for not covering good news coming from Haiti, which, he says, remains the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere but one with a growing economy and tourism...
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International Recycling Helps Clean up Haiti, Create New Income

April 29, 2014
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International Recycling Helps Clean up Haiti, Create New Income

By TRENTON DANIEL Associated Press Haiti’s central government collects only about 40 percent of the capital’s garbage, leaving the rest to pile up in streets and gutters in impoverished neighborhoods, adding to the nation’s misery. But now, several entrepreneurial firms have stepped in to combat both blight and poverty as Haitians learn how to...
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World Cup: 25 stunning moments … No12: Haiti stun Dino Zoff’s Italy

April 29, 2014
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World Cup: 25 stunning moments … No12: Haiti stun Dino Zoff’s Italy

Italy should have seen off Haiti with ease in 1974 but the group game burst into life through the unheralded Emmanuel Sanon … Luigi Riva, right, jumps over Arsène Auguste during Italy’s group game match against Haiti in the 1974 World Cup. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images The win-or-bust, tension-ratcheting final rounds of the World Cup...
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