UPDATED-GUY PHILIPPE’S NEXT COURT APPEARANCE APRIL 3, 2017 – HAVE WE ABANDONED HIM- THE NATION’S PATRIOT??

February 19, 2017
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UPDATED-GUY PHILIPPE’S NEXT COURT APPEARANCE APRIL 3, 2017 – HAVE WE ABANDONED HIM- THE NATION’S PATRIOT??

February 10, 20  2017 HERE IS AUDIO RECORDED FROM GUY 2017-02-12-AUDIO-00000005 2017-02-12-AUDIO-00000006 2017-02-12-AUDIO-00000007 2017-02-12-AUDIO-00000011 Privert promised a Lavalas government and he has never lost his focus, unlike many of his opponents who now declare victory before the battle has really started. The one ongoing threat to the Aristide, Lavalas, Privert forces was/is Guy Philippe....
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FLASH – FLASH – FLASH!! OAS REVEALS ILLEGALITY OF GUY PHILIPPE ARREST & DEMANDS ANSWERS

February 18, 2017
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FLASH – FLASH – FLASH!! OAS REVEALS ILLEGALITY OF GUY PHILIPPE ARREST & DEMANDS ANSWERS

To see larger image, keep clicking to full size- large file size allows close reading. FLASH – FLASH – FLASH!!  OAS REVEALS ILLEGALITY
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Former Haiti rebel leader argues his case from a U.S. jail cell — on WhatsApp- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

February 17, 2017
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Former Haiti rebel leader argues his case from a U.S. jail cell — on WhatsApp- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By Jacqueline Charles jcharles@miamiherald.com Ex-Haiti rebel leader and accused drug trafficker Guy Philippe is on the defense — from inside a Miami federal lockup. Philippe, who was arrested Jan. 5 by the anti-drug trafficking unit of the Haiti National Police in Port-au-Prince and transferred to Miami within hours where he’ll face trial on drug-trafficking...
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U.S. accelerates deportation of Haitian migrants

February 17, 2017
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U.S. accelerates deportation of Haitian migrants

A family of three arrived together at the Nogales border crossing in December seeking refuge in the U.S. But after four days, the wife and daughter were released while the husband was locked up. (Photo: Nick Oza/The Republic) ELOY — A detention officer handed Lemoine Denera a cardboard lunch tray. The 32-year-old migrant from Haiti took...
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Regional leaders pledge continued support for Haiti

February 17, 2017
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Regional leaders pledge continued support for Haiti

Jovenel Moise GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — Caribbean heads of government have pledged to support Haiti’s new President Jovenel Moise who attended his first meeting of the regional body here on Thursday. “Mr President your clear-cut victory, in the first round of elections, was an indication of the confidence that your people have in your...
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Haiti senate president denies complicity in arrest and deportation of fellow senator- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

February 16, 2017
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Haiti senate president denies complicity in arrest and deportation of fellow senator- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By Caribbean News Now contributor PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti — Youri Latortue, the president of the Haitian senate, has rejected allegations of his participation in a conspiracy that led to the extradition of fellow senator Guy Philippe, who was arrested on January 5 and deported to the United States to face charges ranging from...
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THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE BLATENT LIES THAT WASH ACROSS THE WORLD AS NON-LAVALAS ELEMENTS SIT DORMANT BEFORE THE DELUGE! LOSE THE WAR BY DEFAULT!!

February 16, 2017
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THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE BLATENT LIES THAT WASH ACROSS THE WORLD AS NON-LAVALAS ELEMENTS SIT DORMANT BEFORE THE DELUGE! LOSE THE WAR BY DEFAULT!!

by Jake Johnston Feb 16, 2017 After more than a year of delays, Haiti finally elected a new president this past November. Jovenel Moïse — nicknamed the Banana Man — scored a first-round victory in a sprawling field of twenty-seven candidates, taking over 55 percent of the vote. The banana exporter, who has never...
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A lesson on UN peacekeeping – from Haiti

February 15, 2017
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A lesson on UN peacekeeping – from Haiti

Security in Haiti has improved enough that the UN might soon pull out its forces. One reason: a novel approach to reducing neighborhood violence by listening to community concerns. Christian Science Monitor’s Editorial Board February 15, 2017 —The Trump administration promises big changes at the United Nations, especially in its peacekeeping missions, which are...
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Haiti without U.N. peacekeepers? After almost 13 years, it may happen.

February 15, 2017
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Haiti without U.N. peacekeepers? After almost 13 years, it may happen.

U.N. Sri Lanka peacekeepers patrol the slum of Martissant in Port-au-Prince, Tuesday, July 31, 2007. Ariana Cubillos ASSOCIATED PRESS By Jacqueline Charles jcharles@miamiherald.com PORT-AU-PRINCE After nearly 13 years of calming the slums, cracking down on armed gangs and providing vital military backup to Haiti’s national police around the country, the United Nation’s multinational military force is...
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Haiti records slowdown in economic activity

February 14, 2017
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Haiti records slowdown in economic activity

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — Haiti has recorded a slowdown in economic activity in the first quarter of 2016-17, compared to the previous quarter, the Bank of the Republic of Haiti (BRH) has reported. It said the growth rate of the industrial production index is expected to fall to 1.6 per cent after...
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U.S. sanctions Venezuelan vice president as drug kingpin

February 14, 2017
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U.S. sanctions Venezuelan vice president as drug kingpin

Venezuelan Vice President Tareck el-Aissami is saluted by a Boilivarian army officer upon his arrival for a military parade at Fort Tiuna in Caracas on Feb. 1. (Fernando Llano/AP) By Carol Morello February 13 at 6:49 PM The Trump administration on Monday slapped sanctions on Venezuela’s new vice president, Tareck El Aissami, accusing him...
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IMMEDIATELY AFTER JOVENEL MOISE BECAME PRESIDENT ANTHONY BARBIER STOLE ANOTHER CAR FROM OUR PALACE INVENTORY

February 14, 2017
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IMMEDIATELY AFTER JOVENEL MOISE BECAME PRESIDENT ANTHONY BARBIER STOLE ANOTHER CAR FROM OUR PALACE INVENTORY

February 14, 2017 The Inaugural Ceremonies were still underway when Privert fled the country for the Dominican Republic. Lacking a luxury home, in the Dominican Republic, Anthony Barbier took his last shot at the Nation’s assets by stealing another vehicle, from the Palace inventory, to park next to the $120,000 JEEP Privert bought for...
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30 MINUTES AFTER INAUGURATION PRIVERT FLEES HAITI FOR DOMINICAN SANCTUARY

February 13, 2017
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30 MINUTES AFTER INAUGURATION PRIVERT FLEES HAITI FOR DOMINICAN SANCTUARY

February 13, 2017 Within 30 minutes of Jovenel Moise becoming President, the criminal Privert was airborne, in a Dominican registered helicopter,  carrying an aluminum Halliburton case filled with cash. Privert was headed for a new life in the Dominican Republic where he owns a very expensive house and serves the Dominican Intelligence community. He...
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FEB 12 – HAPPY BIRTHDAY PRESIDENT MARTELLY

February 12, 2017
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FEB 12 – HAPPY BIRTHDAY PRESIDENT MARTELLY

FEB 12 – HAPPY BIRTHDAY PRESIDENT MARTELLY
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Peacekeeping chief points to changes in mandate of UN mission

February 11, 2017
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Peacekeeping chief points to changes in mandate of UN mission

Military peacekeepers and UN police from the UN Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) work with Haitian National Police to train for a quick reaction force that can deploy to troubled areas at the request of the Haitian government. Photo Logan Abassi UN/MINUSTAH (file) 10 February 2017 – While the security situation in Haiti is “not...
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Rising star: from Haiti to TV’s top-rated ‘Top Chef’

February 11, 2017
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Rising star: from Haiti to TV’s top-rated ‘Top Chef’

Chestnuthilllocal.com Sylva Senat, a native of Haiti, has become one of Philadelphia’s most celebrated executive chefs. He is currently one of the six remaining competitors on Bravo TV’s “Top Chef.” by Len Lear Walter Pater, a brilliant analyst of the arts in Victorian England, wrote that the soul of an artist should “burn with...
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Brooklyn Congresswoman Moves to Shield Haitian Refugees From Deportation After Trump Order

February 11, 2017
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Brooklyn Congresswoman Moves to Shield Haitian Refugees From Deportation After Trump Order

Brooklyn Congresswoman Yvette Clarke during her emergency meeting on President Trump’s Muslim travel ban. Madina Toure/Observer Brooklyn Congresswoman Yvette Clarke—co-chairwoman of the House Caribbean Caucus—has put forward legislation to protect undocumented Haitians from deportation in the aftermath of President Donald Trump‘s executive orders aimed at expelling millions of immigrants. The Haiti Emergency Relief Act of...
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Haiti PM submits resignation

February 11, 2017
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Haiti PM submits resignation

Former Haitian Prime Minister Enex Jean-Charles Jamaica Observer: PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — Prime Minister Enex Jean-Charles has submitted his letter of resignation to President, Jovenel Moise allowing the new head of state to enter into discussions with the presidents of both Houses of Parliament for his successor, as stipulated in the Constitution. In...
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After daring voyage to U.S., Haitians’ dreams end in deportation

February 11, 2017
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After daring voyage to U.S., Haitians’ dreams end in deportation

By Makini Brice |Reuters PORT-AU-PRINCE John Stevens Val borrowed $3,000 from friends and family and trekked through 10 countries to make his way to the United States, where he hoped life would be better than in Haiti, his impoverished homeland. But in the end he landed in a U.S. immigration detention center and was...
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Open Registration, English Scholarship Program

February 10, 2017
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Open Registration, English Scholarship Program

The United States Embassy in Haiti in collaboration with “Union School” is launching a new program for the learning of English entitled “English Microscholarship Access Program” (Access). Funded by the US Department of State, this program will allow to 20 girls aged 17 to 20 years, conomically disadvantaged, to take intensive English courses for...
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