WALKING DEAD – ARISTIDE NEAR DEATH!

April 11, 2017
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WALKING DEAD – ARISTIDE NEAR DEATH!

Avril 10, 2017 Aristide insiders now face the reality that their leader is about to depart for other places. He will need an asbestos suit on the coolest days in his final resting place. Over the last years, Aristide’s personal health has declined at a steady rate. Now his condition is accelerating rapidly and...
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Can Haiti Become the Next Federal Republic of the Americas? That is the Goal of the American Republican Network Inc

April 11, 2017
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Can Haiti Become the Next Federal Republic of the Americas? That is the Goal of the American Republican Network Inc

MIAMI, April 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – Billions of dollars and many thousands of man-hours of some of the best minds have been expended on the problems in Haiti by the Members of United Nations.  Thirteen years later, it is yet to be determined why Haiti cannot put an election together, or even why about 9,800...
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President Moise describes attack on motorcade as act of terrorism

April 11, 2017
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President Moise describes attack on motorcade as act of terrorism

Jovenel Moise is president of Haiti. (FILE) PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti – The Office of the President of Haiti has described as “a terrorist act” last weekend’s attack on a presidential motorcade returning from the Artibonite department as preparations continue for the launch of the caravan of change scheduled for May 1. Angry demonstrators...
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Zapping

April 11, 2017
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Zapping

Deadline for property tax payment in PAP The Municipal Administration of Port-au-Prince informs that, in agreement with the Directorate General of Taxes (DGI), a period expiring on April 30, 2017 is granted to the owners of houses built in the municipality, to fulfill the “Contribution Foncière des Properties Bâties” (CFPB). UNNOH announces mobilization movements...
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Legislative Agenda 2017, 50 draft laws and proposals

April 11, 2017
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Legislative Agenda 2017, 50 draft laws and proposals

Monday, President Jovenel Moïse, accompanied by Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant and the Presidents of both Houses, Youri Latortue (Senate) and Cholzer Chancy (Chamber of Deputies), went to the Convention Center of the Bank of the Republic of Haiti (BRH) for the presentation of the Legislative Agenda 2017. The Prime Minister handed over to...
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Bruns speaks at Rotary on group

April 11, 2017
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Bruns speaks at Rotary on group

Sun Staff Wade Bruns, board member of the International Farmers Organization for Sustainable Development and Valley City area farmer, spoke to the Jamestown Rotary Club at its recent meeting. This organization is a 501(c)(3) organization started by farmers in the Northwood, N.D., area to provide training for farmers in Haiti. It was started with...
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Donald Trump appoints Lee Francis Cissna to Immigration

April 11, 2017
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Donald Trump appoints Lee Francis Cissna to Immigration

On Saturday, the White House announced that President Donald Trump has appointed Lee Francis Cissna to lead the US Citizenship and Immigration Services. The US Citizenship and Immigration Services deal with immigration and naturalization applications. The agency is part of the Department of Homeland Security, where Cissna worked prior to his appointment as Director...
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COLONEL REBU: Un nouveau directeur-général de la Défense à l’attaque

April 10, 2017
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COLONEL REBU: Un nouveau directeur-général de la Défense à l’attaque

La politique générale du Premier ministre, dans son volet Défense, a suscité beaucoup d’espoirs chez ceux qui, depuis quelque temps, réclament le retour des Forces armées. Petit à petit, le ministère de la Défense semble vouloir reprendre forme. Un homme d’expériences a été placé à sa tête. Un militaire sérieux et compétent dirige son...
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Haiti president’s office bristles over stoning of motorcade

April 9, 2017
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Haiti president’s office bristles over stoning of motorcade

Associated Press PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — The office of Haiti’s president is using strong language to criticize people who threw rocks at his motorcade, calling them “extremists” who must be brought to justice. President Jovenel Moise’s motorcade was targeted Friday by a group of people hurling stones in Arcahaie, a coastal town north of Haiti’s...
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BRH limits bank transactions in US dollars

April 9, 2017
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BRH limits bank transactions in US dollars

Georges Henry Fils, Vice-Governor of the Bank of the Republic of Haiti (BRH) informs that the BRH had injected 10 million US dollars into the foreign exchange market on Thursday 6 April. The BRH advises “that Commercial Banks, Savings and Housing Banks undertake not to exceed $ 30,000 per transaction per customer at the...
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Grieving Haitians go into lifetime of debt to fund funerals

April 6, 2017
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Grieving Haitians go into lifetime of debt to fund funerals

By: David McFadden – @inquirerdotnet Associated Press / 12:44 PM April 06, 2017 In this photo, taken March 29, 2017, Loubert Gouin moves a broken coffin containing the remains of an exhumed corpse, at an old grave in the national cemetery in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Cemetery workers say they generally dump the bones in a...
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Civil society groups against mining in Haiti

April 6, 2017
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Civil society groups against mining in Haiti

(Photo: CMC) PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — Civil society organisations here have called on the new Haitian government to abandon plans for allowing for the exploitation of metal mining in the French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country. In a statement, the civil society groups, including the Platform of Haitian Human Rights Organizations (POHDH), the...
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Jamaican and Bahamian convicted of international drug trafficking in US

April 4, 2017
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Jamaican and Bahamian convicted of international drug trafficking in US

WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) — A Jamaican is among two Caribbean nationals are due to re-appear in court in June for sentencing after they were convicted Friday for their roles in an international drug trafficking conspiracy that was aimed at transporting more than 2,400 kilograms of cocaine aboard a US registered aircraft. The United...
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Hurricane Matthew – Six months on

April 4, 2017
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Hurricane Matthew – Six months on

from CBM Published on 02 Apr 2017 — Six months after Hurricane Matthew, CBM response is ensuring that persons with disabilities and other more at-risk community members in Haiti and Cuba are able to rebuild their lives. Most powerful storm in ten years On 4 Oct 2016, Haiti was hit by the most powerful...
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Haiti has the highest rate of tuberculosis in the Americas

April 4, 2017
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Haiti has the highest rate of tuberculosis in the Americas

Despite the many efforts of the Haitian government to reduce tuberculosis, including free patient care in 256 specialized centers financed by the State Treasury. In 2016 there were 212 cases per 100,000 inhabitants (Source: UNDP), and in 2016 there were 194 out of 100,000, Haiti remains the country with the highest incidence in the...
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Mirlande Manigat for the drafting of a new Constitution

April 4, 2017
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Mirlande Manigat for the drafting of a new Constitution

While the Special Commission for the amendment of the Constitution of the Chamber of Deputies officially launched the beginning of its work on Wednesday, the constitutionalist Mirlande Hyppolite Manigat, while acknowledging that the process of amendment is a natural reaction, she is positioning preferably for the drafting of a new Constitution. She recalled that...
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After emigrating from Haiti, 10-year-old eyes future in pro basketball

April 3, 2017
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After emigrating from Haiti, 10-year-old eyes future in pro basketball

‘He has an intrinsic drive that propels him to get anything done he wants to do’ By CBC Radio’s Ottawa Morning, Hallie Cotnam, CBC News Posted: Apr 03, 2017 6:40 AM ET Last Updated: Apr 03, 2017 6:40 AM ET Kervens Jean Paul, a 10-year-old student at Queen Elizabeth Public School, has high hopes for...
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Haiti Stands Up to US, Rejects OAS ‘Coup’ Attempt Against Venezuela

April 3, 2017
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Haiti Stands Up to US, Rejects OAS ‘Coup’ Attempt Against Venezuela

Haiti is asserting its independence by not aligning with Washington’s foreign policy interests in the region. Haiti’s new administration is pushing back against U.S. hegemony in the region — siding with Venezuela against the ongoing attacks the Bolivarian nation continues to face. RELATED: The OAS Is Getting Ready to Attack Venezuela Again — Here’s...
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Six months post-hurricane, hunger gnaws at southern Haiti

April 3, 2017
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Six months post-hurricane, hunger gnaws at southern Haiti

Amelie BARON AFP News2 April 2017 Hurricane Matthew slammed into Jeremie and then killed more than 700 people and caused some $2.8 billion in damage as it trailed across Haiti in October, 2016 Crouching beside the makeshift shelter shared with his parents and five siblings, Fanfan Edouard slowly sharpens his machete. But there’s no...
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PREVAL WAS POISONED

April 3, 2017
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PREVAL WAS POISONED

Avril 3, 2017 Agatha Christie could have titled  it “Murder on Kenscoff Road,” “The Clairin Caper,” or “A Toast to Death,”  or,   had Preval still been President, “Poison in the Palace,”… No matter what the title might be, Rene Preval was removed from the game by poison in a bottle of clairin, if the...
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