DO NOT TAKE NEO MELUBRINA – IT COULD KILL YOU. THIS IS BEING SOLD TO FIGHT CHIKUNGUNYA INFECTIONS – IT HAS BEEN BANNED IN USA SINCE 1977 -Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

June 6, 2014
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DO NOT TAKE NEO MELUBRINA – IT COULD KILL YOU. THIS IS BEING SOLD TO FIGHT CHIKUNGUNYA INFECTIONS – IT HAS BEEN BANNED IN USA SINCE 1977 -Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Neo-Melubrina, commonly referred to as “Mexican aspirin”, is an over the counter pain and fever medication sold south of the border in pill and liquid form for adults and children. It is not uncommon for tourists in the region to wander into a local pharmacy looking for quick relief of pain, headache, or fever,...
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Floridians urged to clean up to prevent new mosquito-borne viruses

June 6, 2014
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Floridians urged to clean up to prevent new mosquito-borne viruses

FILE- In this undated file photo provided byt he USDA, an aedes aegypti mosquito is shown on human skin. Uncredited / ASSOCIATED PRESS Painful And Rapid Spread Of New Virus In Caribbean They suffer searing headaches, a burning fever and so much… By jacqueline charles jcharles@MiamiHerald.com Florida public health and mosquito-control experts are calling...
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Haiti’s President and beneficiaries mark two years of cash transfer program

June 5, 2014
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Haiti’s President and beneficiaries mark two years of cash transfer program

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (HCNN) – Haiti’s leader and several thousand women who are part of a cash transfer program, set up by the Caribbean country’s government to assist vulnerable mothers, marked during the weekend the two-year anniversary of that particular component of the current administration’s social assistance program. President Michel Martelly said his administration is...
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The demolition of the area of public utility, began in Port-au-Prince-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

June 5, 2014
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The demolition of the area of public utility, began in Port-au-Prince-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Nearly 4 years after the decree of expropriation of Port-au-Prince center, 2 September 2010 http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-1156-haiti-reconstructionpublication-of-the-decree-of-expropriation-for-the-pap-downtown.html issued under the Préval administration, which then declared 200 hectares, as area of public interest, and after repeal of of this decree by the Government Martelly / Lamothe May 29, 2012, reducing the size of this area to 30...
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Men altenativ lavalas alie gwoup himè MOPOD ak FOPAK- VIDEO

June 4, 2014
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Men altenativ lavalas alie gwoup himè MOPOD ak FOPAK- VIDEO

Me altènativ Lavalas allié MOPOD: Kraze Brize, Boule, Grenadye Alaso Sa ki mouri zafè ra yo. Me foto tribunal Moise Jean Charles te mennen individu FOPARK yo al sakaje, tankou yo te kraze machine moun, boule station gazoline nan manifestations yo Presizyon sou sak te pase Akayè: http://youtu.be/CMwDg3kN-Zg Me altènativ Lavalas allié MOPOD: Kraze Brize,...
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Exhibition at MUPANAH of the Works of Ulrick Jean-Pierre

June 4, 2014
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Exhibition at MUPANAH of the Works of Ulrick Jean-Pierre

Through the support of the Embassy of the United States in Haiti, the pictural exhibition of Haitian-American artist, Ulrick Jean Pierre entitled “The Ties That Bind” will be held until June 5 at the Museum of National Pantheon Haitian (MUPANAH). As part of this exhibition that commemorates the 220 years of historical and cultural...
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Chikungunya cases surge in Dominican Republic, Haiti

June 4, 2014
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Chikungunya cases surge in Dominican Republic, Haiti

Chikungunya infections in Caribbean countries spiked last week, led by quickly growing numbers mainly in the Latin parts of the region, according to the latest update from the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO). Also two new countries—Barbados and Chile—are investigating their first suspected or confirmed imported cases, according to media and infectious disease reporting...
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Fanmi Lavalas Deklare Mobilizasyon Manch Long Grenadye alaso-VIDEO

June 4, 2014
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Mosquito-borne virus could become public health nuisance for Florida

June 4, 2014
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Mosquito-borne virus could become public health nuisance for Florida

A mosquito-borne virus rapidly spreading in the Caribbean may become a public health issue for Florida, experts warn. A resident of San Cristobal, southeast of Santo Domingo with symptoms of Chikungunya fever is treated in the emergency sector of the Juan Pablo Pina Hospital. The Chikungunya epidemc artritis, common in Africa and Asia, is...
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ESPN PICKED “DEKOLE” BY J. PERRY

June 4, 2014
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by OdlerRobert Jeanlouie Today, we are at ex-act-ly 3 weeks from the World Cup… Like you, ESPN must have thought about it.  Why, in the world, did FIFA pick Pitbull’s We Are One as the theme song for the World Cup?  This is such a letdown, such a departure from Shakirah’s Waka Waka of...
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In Haiti, UNICEF handed out millions without proper oversight, report says

June 4, 2014
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In Haiti, UNICEF handed out millions without proper oversight, report says

In this file photo, a UNICEF staffer supervises the unloading of a planeload of aid at the Port-au-Prince airport. FOX NEWS Even while it was sending out urgent appeals for funds to help poor people in Haiti, the local office of UNICEF was handing out tens of millions of dollars to local partners without proper...
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Jean Bertrand Aristide, Amaral Duclona et l’assassinat de Bernard Lauture en Haïti par Stanley Lucas

June 4, 2014
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Jean Bertrand Aristide, Amaral Duclona et l’assassinat de Bernard Lauture en Haïti par Stanley Lucas

A. Duclona               J.B. Aristide           J.P. Lauture            A. Nazaire Il y a dix ans, un homme d’affaires haïtien nommé Claude Bernard Lauture, âgé de 51 ans, ​​et connu comme “Billy” a été enlevé et assassiné. Cette semaine, la...
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Haiti et les journalistes d’opinions

June 3, 2014
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Haiti et les journalistes d’opinions

Le journaliste d’opinion est celui qui exprime les orientations d’une famille de pensée, d’un parti ou d’un groupe politique (au contraire du journal d’information) L’éditorial et le commentaire constituent des tribunes résevées soit à l’éditeur, soit à  l’éditorialiste, soit au commentateur, pour qu’ils expliquent leurs convictions, leurs tendances et leurs poitns de vue. Il...
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Lavalas d’Aristide : Des membres officiellement inculpés dans assassiner de Jean Dominique

June 3, 2014
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Lavalas d’Aristide : Des  membres officiellement  inculpés dans assassiner de  Jean Dominique

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haïti (sentinel.ht) – Des accusations formelles ont été déposées contre l’ancien sénateur Mirlande Libérus qui dit avoir travaillé par l’instruction de l’ancien président Jean Bertrand Aristide et d’autres membres de Fanmi Lavalas pour l’assassiner du journaliste Jean Léopold Dominique et son garde de sécurité, Jean-Claude Louissaint, un crime très médiatisé qui a eu...
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«”LE!COLLECTIF!DU!4!DECEMBRE!! !!en!guise!de!réponse!au!Président!Danilo!MEDINA!»”"

June 3, 2014
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“Le”COLLECTIF”DU”4″DECEMBRE”suite”à”"la”tribune”publiée”dans”LE”NOUVELLISTE”des”19″ et”20″mai”2014″”par”le”président”dominicain”S.E.M.”Danilo”MEDINA”et”au”vote”subséquent” et”unanime”des”deux”Chambres”du”parlement”dominicain,”s’empresse”de”renouveler”"sa” REPUDIATION”CATEGORIQUE”ET”"INTRANSIGEANTE”de”l’ARRET”"TC/0168/13.”" En” effet” le” récent” vote” de” la” ” nouvelle” ” loi” présentée” par” le” gouvernement” dominicain”" prouve”s’il”en”était”encore”besoin”que”cette”situation”doit”révolter”toutes”les”consciences.” ” Vu”la”primauté”des”conventions”internationales”sur”les”lois”nationales”telle”que”reconnue” par” les” parties” membres,” en” l’occurrence” la” Convention” de” Vienne,” une” loi” ne” peut” aucunement” abroger” un” arrêt” adopté” par” une” Cour” Constitutionnelle.” A” cet” effet,” le” COLLECTIF”du”4″DECEMBRE”dénonce”avec”véhémence”la”portée”limitative”de”la”récente” loi” 169/14″ qui”...
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Ambassador of the Dominican Republic to the OAS Delivers Law 169-14 to Secretary General Insulza

June 3, 2014
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Ambassador of the Dominican Republic to the OAS Delivers Law 169-14 to Secretary General Insulza

Photo: OAS The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), José Miguel Insulza, today received the Permanent Representative of the Dominican Republic to the institution, Pedro Vergés, who delivered the text of the “Law 169-14 which establishes a special regime for people born in the national territory irregularly registered in the Dominican...
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Sur le radar Chikungunya, le virus qui frappe les Antilles

June 1, 2014
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Sur le radar Chikungunya, le virus qui frappe les Antilles

(Reuters)Les hôpitaux des Antilles et des Caraïbes sont débordés par un virus en rapide propagation à travers les îles. Des milliers de personnes souffrent de maux de tête, de fièvre et de douleurs intenses aux jointures. C’est à un point tel que certaines victimes peuvent à peine marcher ou utiliser leurs mains… La maladie...
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S.E.M Laurent Lamothe à Kenscoff : Encourager et renforcer la production nationale

June 1, 2014
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Le Premier ministre Laurent S. Lamothe a rencontré les paysans et les membres de l’organisation « Zafè Nèg Konbit » de Kenscoff, dans le cadre d’une visite de support aux agriculteurs de cette commune. Il en a profité pour distribuer des outils et des intrants agricoles à la population qui l’a chaleureusement accueilli. Le...
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Haiti takes steps to determine if shipwreck findings belong to Christoper Columbus’ Santa Maria-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

May 31, 2014
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Haiti takes steps to determine if shipwreck findings belong to Christoper Columbus’ Santa Maria-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Haiti’s government has formed a commission to help settle the question of whether remnants of a shipwreck off the country’s north coast belongs to explorer Christopher Columbus’ storied flagship, the Santa Maria. Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe announced the group in the wake of a visit with leading underwater explorer Barry Clifford, who earlier this...
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PREVAL REFUSED OFFER OF CHOLERA VACCINE – NOW PROVIDED BY MARTELLY- THOUSANDS DIED NEEDLESSLY

May 30, 2014
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PREVAL REFUSED OFFER OF CHOLERA VACCINE – NOW PROVIDED BY MARTELLY- THOUSANDS DIED NEEDLESSLY

Cholera vaccine offered to President Preval – Refused by Preval and Dr Larsen Minister of Health on basis that if peasants received vaccine they would do nothing to clean up Haiti. 20,000 – not 8500- died as a result, murdered through indifference of Preval team. Now Martelly has provided vaccine. Better late than never...
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