White House Makes Hard-Line Demands for Any ‘Dreamers’ Deal

October 9, 2017
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White House Makes Hard-Line Demands for Any ‘Dreamers’ Deal

Michael D Shear-NY Times The border wall between Tecate, Mexico, and Tecate, Calif., last month. Credit Paul Buck/European Pressphoto AgencyWASHINGTON — The White House on Sunday delivered to Congress a long list of hard-line immigration measures that President Trump is demanding in exchange for any deal to protect the young undocumented immigrants known as...
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Dominican Republic Deports Thousands of Haitians in September- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

October 9, 2017
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Dominican Republic Deports Thousands of Haitians in September- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Government officials reported that approximately 9,332 foreigners were expelled or not permitted to cross the border. In September alone, the Dominican Republic deported or didn’t allow entry to over 9,000 people, made up mostly of Haitians, government officials reported. A statement published by the Directorate General of Migration said that 9,332 foreigners were expelled...
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EIAP not boosting Dominican apparel exports to US: USITC

October 8, 2017
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EIAP not boosting Dominican apparel exports to US: USITC

The Earned Import Allowance Program (EIAP) is not offering enough incentives to significantly boost Dominican apparel exports to the United States eight years after it was implemented, according to the US International Trade Commission (USITC). The decline is due to increased imports from Haiti and more competition from other Western hemisphere suppliers. In 2016,...
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Oscars 2018, a double first for Haiti

October 8, 2017
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Oscars 2018, a double first for Haiti

BY-Haiti Libre.com Thursday, the Academy of Motion Pictures and Science announced that 92 countries were selected for the Oscar 2018 Best Foreign Language Film, for next prestigious cinema awards ceremony. Nominations for the 90th Oscars will be announced on January 23, 2018. The high-glamor award ceremony will be held on March 4 in Hollywood....
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KERLENS TILUS,REMÉT ROUZIER LAJAN L!

October 8, 2017
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KERLENS TILUS,REMÉT ROUZIER LAJAN L!

De  atik ou pibliye sou rezo sosyo yo nan mwa septanm montre entéré, volim konesans ou, e menm doz lanmou ou pou Ayiti. Men tou sa ale nan dlo lavalas dénye atik ou voye monte semenn sa,pou fé konprann pwoblém Ayiti jodia,se yon kesyon koulé. Ki vle di, nan lespri pa w, yon batay...
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JOVENEL TEAM – ZERO COMMUNICATIONS – MEDIA – INFORMATION CAPABILITY IN AN ERA DEPENDING ON THESE TALENTS!!

October 8, 2017
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JOVENEL TEAM – ZERO COMMUNICATIONS – MEDIA – INFORMATION CAPABILITY IN AN ERA DEPENDING ON THESE TALENTS!!

October 7, 2017 Why is it that Haitian governments have never selected talented people for the creation and distribution of good information dedicated to influence of international forums? Why is it that we historically distribute material in French with the egocentric assumption that the recipient will translate it?   The translation function is expensive and,...
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IT IS 5 YEARS TURKEYS!! YOU CANNOT CHANGE THE PRESIDENT ON THE SAME CYCLE AS YOUR SOCKS Atik 134-1 ak 134-2 Konstitisyon an di aklè

October 8, 2017
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IT IS 5 YEARS TURKEYS!! YOU CANNOT CHANGE THE PRESIDENT ON THE SAME CYCLE AS YOUR SOCKS Atik 134-1 ak 134-2  Konstitisyon an di aklè

Oct 8 2017 “`Manda yon Prezidan se pou 5 lane. Lè y’ap mande Prezidan an pou l’ rache manyòk li bay tè an blanch oubyen bay peyi-a, sa vle di opozisyon an pa respekte prensip“` *Konstitisyonèl* “`yo. Demokrasi an tankou yon balans ki gen de (2) plato. Pouvwa se youn, opozisyon an se lòt...
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Energy Snapshot

October 7, 2017
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Energy Snapshot


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Popular pirate radio station for Haitian music in Miami hit by hefty FCC fine

October 7, 2017
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Popular pirate radio station for Haitian music in Miami hit by hefty FCC fine

By Jacqueline Charles October 05, 2017 7:00 AM It’s the pulse of the Haitian music industry in Miami, organizing some of the most popular big-ticket parties while promoting bands and guiding konpa music fans to the next hit. But Radio Touche Douce is a pirate radio station, an underground operation that the federal government...
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Retired Army colonel indicted on charges of bribing top Haitian officials- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

October 7, 2017
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Retired Army colonel indicted on charges of bribing top Haitian officials- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By Jacqueline Charles October 04, 2017 8:30 PM Dr. Joseph Baptiste, a retired U.S. Army colonel who ran a leading Haitian diaspora organization in the United States, has been indicted on charges of bribing senior Haitian government officials to win support for an $84 million port project in Haiti’s Môle-Saint-Nicolas region. Baptiste, 64, was...
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“Energy Mafioso” against China’s $2B Plan to Electrify Haiti- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

October 7, 2017
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“Energy Mafioso” against China’s $2B Plan to Electrify Haiti- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (sentinel.ht) – In Haiti, a trio of wealthy businessmen involved in the electricity sector and characterized as the “energy mafioso”, have successfully, according to reporting, forced, possibly through extortion, President Jovenel Moise to withdraw from a $2 billion plan with China to electrify all of Haiti. The deal with China dates...
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80 Years On, Dominicans And Haitians Revisit Painful Memories Of ‘Parsley Massacre’

October 7, 2017
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80 Years On, Dominicans And Haitians Revisit Painful Memories Of ‘Parsley Massacre’

A boy cools down in a waterfall in Loma de Cabrera, Dominican Republic (above), near the border with Haiti. Local legend has it that Haitians hid in the caves behind the waterfall during the 1937 massacre. Tatiana Fernandez for Latino USA Even before Dominican dictator Rafael Trujillo carved it in blood, the 224-mile border...
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PRESIDENT MOISE – DO NOT ABUSE YOUR HORSE IF YOU WISH TO COMPLETE YOUR JOURNEY

October 6, 2017
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PRESIDENT MOISE – DO NOT ABUSE YOUR HORSE IF YOU WISH TO COMPLETE YOUR JOURNEY

OCTOBER 6, 2017 There is an old Creole Proverb to the effect that: “You don’t abuse your horse, if you want to complete the journey” This concept should be applied by President Moise if he wants  to complete his mandate. There are too many enemies, who wish and work for his failure, that some...
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Une station de radio haïtienne frappée par une lourde sanction aux USA

October 6, 2017
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Une station de radio haïtienne frappée par une lourde sanction aux USA

Obed Lamy  Created : 5 October 2017 Communaute Crédit photo: UNESCO Il ne fait pas bon être pirate aux Etats-Unis. Fabrice Polynice, alias DJ Paz, propriétaire de la radio Touche Douce peut bien en témoigner. Cette station de radio haïtienne qui émet en créole et en anglais la musique haïtienne aux Etats-Unis depuis 24...
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LE DILEMME DU PRESIDENT JOVENEL MOISE

October 5, 2017
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LE DILEMME DU PRESIDENT JOVENEL MOISE

Oct 5, 2017 Comment sortir Haïti, l’économie haïtienne des voies d’un sous-développement chronique et poser les fondations d’une démocratie durable porteuse de paix sociale, de justice et de stabilité  institutionnelle. C’est la question incontournable posée  au 58éme président élu d’ Haïti, Jovenel Moïse? L’interrogation prend l’allure d’un dilemme lorsque l’on considère le poids de...
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UN ending 13-year military peacekeeping mission in Haiti – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

October 5, 2017
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UN ending 13-year military peacekeeping mission in Haiti – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — A U.N. peacekeeping mission has helped maintain order in Haiti through 13 years of political turmoil and catastrophe is coming to an end. The last of the blue-helmeted soldiers are leaving amid concerns that the police and justice system are still not adequate to ensure security in the country. U.N....
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Paul Farmer Works to Heal Haiti in ‘Bending the Arc’

October 5, 2017
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Paul Farmer Works to Heal Haiti in ‘Bending the Arc’

NY Times: By JEANNETTE CATSOULIS OCT. 5, 2017 A young Paul Farmer in Haiti, in a still from “Bending the Arc.” Credit Partners in Health/AbramoramaA feel-good documentary that’s literally about making people feel good, “Bending the Arc” dives into the quagmire of global health care with the sunny insouciance and can-do brio of its...
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TIME FOR JOVENEL TO MAKE AN OMELETTE

October 5, 2017
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TIME FOR JOVENEL TO MAKE AN OMELETTE

October 5, 2017 7:57 AM The situation is rapidly accelerating towards a melt-down as opposition forces – working against the best interests of our Nation and 12,000,000 Haitians -maneuver to force the collapse of our government, the Jovenel Moise Government. Demonstrations, over the past weeks, have been feeble at best, considering the millions invested....
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LI JOU, LE QUOTIDIEN DU PEUPLE

October 4, 2017
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LI JOU, LE QUOTIDIEN DU PEUPLE

Édito « Singulier petit pays, » disait d’Haiti le grand patriote et écrivain Louis Joseph Janvier. Li pa gen to. Anpil konpatriyot mande si Prezidan Moise ap kapab fè chanjman li vle pou chanje kondisyon lavi pa bo isit. Se dwa sitwayen yo pou poze kesyon. Men li ta bon pou yo ale pi lwen. Poukisa,...
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A Single Step’: A Poem About the ‘Treacherous Journey’ From Haiti to the U.S.

October 4, 2017
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A Single Step’: A Poem About the ‘Treacherous Journey’ From Haiti to the U.S.

Hawa Allan’s verses breathe life and empathy into headlines about the travails Haitian migrants face as they cross from Brazil to Mexico, and onwards to the U.S. According to recent records, about 40,000 Haitians are attempting the 7,000 mile journey through Latin America and into the U.S. as their home country stagnates politically, socially...
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