Letter from United States Congress to President Danilo Medina

December 3, 2013
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Letter from United States Congress to President Danilo Medina

Published by Laurette M. Backer Re: Dominican Republic source: rfkcenter.org October 29th, 2013
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Haitian Development Breakthroughs That Could Change the World

December 3, 2013
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Haitian Development Breakthroughs That Could Change the World

Hugh Locke delivering Fordham University’s Fall 2013 Gannon Lecture at the United Nations on November 15. Photo: Fordham/Taggart. A few weeks ago I had the honor of delivering Fordham University’s Fall 2013 Gannon Lecture. The venue was the United Nations, and the talk was titled, “The Haiti Experiment: Development Breakthroughs That Could Change the World.”...
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Sida, mwen pap pran, mwen pap bay

December 3, 2013
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Sida, mwen pap pran, mwen pap bay

Sunday at St. Therese Park in Pétion-Ville, the Presidential Couple, proceeded with the celebration of World AIDS Day on the theme « Sida, mwen pap pran, mwen pap bay » in the presence of several members of the government including Dr. Florence D. Guillaume, Minister of Public Health and Population, Magalie Racine, the Minister...
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Salon du Livre-Quand le Québec dit merci à Haïti

December 1, 2013
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Salon du Livre-Quand le Québec dit merci à Haïti

Par : Max Dorismond Mx20005@yahoo.ca Haiti à l’honneur Autrefois, dans un passé pas trop lointain, les cités convoitaient toujours ce qu’il y a de mieux chez le voisin d’à côté. Et un beau jour, l’envahisseur attaque, c’est le pillage. On incendie, on confisque, on emmène femmes et enfants… Quand ce n’est pas suffisant on équipe...
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ASSOCIATED PRESS LIES AGAIN – MUST FIRE EVENS SANON TO RETAIN CREDIBILITY-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

November 29, 2013
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ASSOCIATED PRESS LIES AGAIN – MUST FIRE EVENS SANON TO RETAIN CREDIBILITY-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

November 29, 2013 After weeks of planning and several hundreds of thousand American dollars the long-carefully planned protest marches for November 29 were a true embarrassment to Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the entire Lavalas movement, Mirlande Manigat and the rest of the team including Michel Andre, Belizaire, Jean-Charles Newton St. Juste and a team of hundreds...
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LE PREMIER MINISTRE LAURENT LAMOTHE À TVA

November 29, 2013
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LE PREMIER MINISTRE LAURENT LAMOTHE À TVA

Par Maurice CÉLESTIN- LECHAPEAUTEUR Aujourd’hui 27 novembre 2013, la nouvelle a fait écho sur toutes les colonnes. Le Premier Ministre haïtien Laurent LAMOTHE était  l’invité de TVA-Canada face à deux hommes de presse canadiens de très grande renommée: un, agissant comme intervieweur et l’autre comme aide commentateur. Des courriels, des notes sur FACEBOOK et...
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2e Atelier d’Art international / Prom’Art Une pluie d’artistes en Haïti

November 29, 2013
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2e Atelier d’Art international / Prom’Art Une pluie d’artistes en Haïti

Sous le coup de 6h p.m., dans le décor attrayant de l’hôtel Ibo Lélé, un public sélect prend place. Le temps file, mais nul ne s’impatiente. Dans la fraîcheur de Montagne-Noire, assis ou debout au bord de la piscine, les artistes en provenance de divers pays se côtoient avec cette joie de se retrouver...
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BANANA – DOMINICAN – REPUBLIC THREATENS TO INVADE HAITI

November 29, 2013
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BANANA – DOMINICAN –  REPUBLIC THREATENS TO INVADE HAITI

November 29, 2013 It couldn’t happen without the Dominican President’s approval! This morning, Haitians awoke to hear comments, by a Dominican general, to the effect that he was looking towards the time when he would “take Haiti’s National Palace.” Earlier comments, by this same tin soldier saw him moving reinforcements to the border areas,...
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ARISTIDE – LAVALAS – MOPOD – MOO – AND THE USUAL SUSPECTS PLAN TO MURDER MANY BETWEEN NOW AND CHRISTMAS IN THE HOPE OF HAVING MARTELLY GOVERNMENT BLAMED…… FIRST OPERATION PLANNED FOR NOVEMBER 29 WITH MARCH ON AMERICAN EMBASSY…. OPEN PRESS CONFERENCE FOLLOWED BY SECRET MEETING TO CHART STRATEGY.

November 28, 2013
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ARISTIDE – LAVALAS – MOPOD – MOO  – AND THE USUAL SUSPECTS PLAN TO MURDER MANY BETWEEN NOW AND CHRISTMAS IN THE HOPE OF HAVING MARTELLY GOVERNMENT BLAMED…… FIRST OPERATION PLANNED FOR NOVEMBER 29 WITH MARCH ON AMERICAN EMBASSY…. OPEN PRESS CONFERENCE FOLLOWED BY SECRET MEETING TO CHART STRATEGY.


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Dominican Officials Cancel Meeting With Haiti

November 28, 2013
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Dominican Officials Cancel Meeting With Haiti

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic November 27, 2013 (AP) By EZEQUIEL ABIU LOPEZ Associated Press The Dominican Republic announced Wednesday that it would no longer meet with Haitian officials to talk about a court ruling that could strip citizenship from those born to migrants living in the country illegally. The decision comes a day after...
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC CONDEMNED BY CARICOM

November 27, 2013
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC  CONDEMNED BY CARICOM

The Bureau of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) met in Port of Spain, Trinidad and To Nationality and issued the following statement. CARICOM STATEMENT ON DEVELOPMENTS IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE RULING OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ON NATIONALITY The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) condemns the...
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PROPOS DU PRÉSIDENT DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE D’HAÏTI S.E.M. JOSEPH MICHEL MARTELLY PRONONCÉS À TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 26 NOVEMBRE 2013

November 27, 2013
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PROPOS DU PRÉSIDENT DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE D’HAÏTI S.E.M. JOSEPH MICHEL MARTELLY PRONONCÉS À TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 26 NOVEMBRE 2013

November 27, 2013 at 1:26pm Excellences Mesdames, Messieurs les Chefs d’Etat et de Gouvernement, Monsieur le Secrétaire Général de la CARICOM, Mesdames messieurs, Je voudrais en tout premier lieu adresser mes sincères remerciements au Président, au Premier Ministre et à l’ensemble du Gouvernement et du Peuple de Trinité et Tobago pour la qualité de...
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Coast Guard, Bahamians in frantic search for Haitian migrants

November 27, 2013
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Coast Guard, Bahamians in frantic search for Haitian migrants

By jacqueline charles jcharles@MiamiHerald.com U.S. Coast Guard and Bahamian officials say a search and recovery operation will resume Wednesday for “an undetermined number” of Haitian migrants feared dead after their wooden sailboat ran aground and overturned off the coast of the Bahamas. At the same time, crews hope to rescue a second group of...
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SEM Michel Martelly , SEM Laurent Lamothe et Madonna (Entretien)

November 27, 2013
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SEM Michel Martelly , SEM Laurent Lamothe et Madonna (Entretien)

Entretien entre le Chef de l’Etat, le Premier Ministre Laurent Lamothe et la star américaine Madonna ce lundi 25 Novembre 2013 en Haïti Madonna visite des projets de Sean Penn en Haïti http://unionnationale.ht/madonna-visite-des-projets-de-sean-penn-en-haiti/ La chanteuse américaine, Madonna Louise Ciccone, dit Madonna, est en Haïti pour visiter des projets humanitaires réalisés par son ex-mari, Sean...
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First made-in-Haiti tablet captures local youth’s interest

November 27, 2013
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First made-in-Haiti tablet captures local youth’s interest

Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe with one of the new tablets By Joe Colas PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (HCNN) — The first touch-screen tablet manufactured in Haiti and its affordable price have captured the interest of Haitians, particularly within low income households and the youth, who believe they now have a unique opportunity to fulfill their dream...
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Ten Haitian migrants die, 100 cling to capsized ship in Bahamas

November 26, 2013
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Ten Haitian migrants die, 100 cling to capsized ship in Bahamas

By Jane Sutton 1 of 4. Approximately 100 Haitians sit on the hull of a sail freighter after it grounded and capsized 15 nautical miles southwest of Staniel Cay, Bahamas, November 26, 2013. Credit: Reuters/U.S. Coast Guard photo/Handout via Reuters (Reuters) – At least 10 Haitian migrants were killed and rescuers scrambled to save...
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Does Haiti really need luxury hotels?

November 26, 2013
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Does Haiti really need luxury hotels?

ElRancho Credit: Roberto Stephenson The elegant lobby at the El Rancho is open to the air. It has been a long slog to recovery after Haiti’s earthquake almost four years ago. Thousands remain in provisional housing of plywood, tarps, and corrugated metal. New lodging is being created, though. It’s just not all of the...
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Border killings trigger mass deportation of Haitians from Dominican Republic

November 26, 2013
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Border killings trigger mass deportation of Haitians from Dominican Republic

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — More than 100 additional people have been deported to Haiti from neighbouring Dominican Republic after an elderly Dominican couple was killed, a spokesman for a Haitian migrant advocacy group said yesterday. The number of Haitians and people of Haitian descent who’ve been expelled has reached 354, said Josue Michel, a...
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Confirmée: Moise Jean Charles est celui qui finance et le supporte la violence politique a Petit Goave, SCOOP FM devrait questionner les jeunes

November 26, 2013
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Confirmée: Moise Jean Charles est celui qui finance et le supporte la violence politique a Petit Goave, SCOOP FM devrait questionner les jeunes

Les Chef des «rebelles» rendent leurs armes et demandent pardon… 25/11/2013 09:54:29 HaitiLibre:Dimanche 24 novembre 2013, aux environs de 7h00 du soir, sur les montagnes de Curtis, en présence de journalistes locaux, les Chefs des « Rebelles » Ti Sam, Black, « On the Mike » et Full, ont remis leurs armes aux deux...
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Caribbean leaders consider sanction against the Dominican Republic

November 25, 2013
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Caribbean leaders consider sanction against the Dominican Republic

By jacqueline charles The miami herald Flerillia Similien, 41, from Haiti, lies on the ground with her children who were born in the Dominican Republic, Anolin Similien, 11, center, and Ketleine Jeune, 13, left, at a shelter after they were deported by Dominican Republic authorities to Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti, Monday, Nov. 25, 2013. Expulsions and...
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