Delta Cancels Service From New York To Haiti

March 16, 2015
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Delta Cancels Service From New York To Haiti

By Vania Andre Beginning March 29, Delta will no longer provide daily service from New York’s John F. Kennedy (JFK) airport to Port-au-Prince (PAP), the Atlanta-based carrier confirmed to Haitian Times on Friday. Saturday service will continue until April 25. Although Delta remains committed to Haiti, due to a decreased demand, we’ve decided to...
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Haitian President Tightens Grip as Scandal Engulfs Circle of Friends-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 16, 2015
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Haitian President Tightens Grip as Scandal Engulfs Circle of Friends-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By FRANCES ROBLES MARCH 16, 2015 Photo President Michel Martelly, center, seated beside Prime Minister Evans Paul, left, and the first lady, Sophia Martelly, right. Credit Hector Retamal/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — With a brisk clap of his hands, Michel Martelly summed up the first steps he would take if he...
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HAITI THE BIZARRE OVER 60 CANDIDATES FOR THE PRESIDENCY EXPECTED

March 16, 2015
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HAITI THE BIZARRE OVER 60 CANDIDATES FOR THE PRESIDENCY EXPECTED


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Haïti – Élections : Le Premier Ministre Lamothe, encourage la diaspora à voter au prochain scrutin

March 16, 2015
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Haïti – Élections : Le Premier Ministre Lamothe, encourage la diaspora à voter au prochain scrutin

30/05/2014 11:09:12 Jeudi, le Premier Ministre, Laurent Lamothe, a rencontré une importante délégation de la diaspora haïtienne  et souhaité ardemment que nos compatriotes vivant en terre étrangère, soient munis de la Carte d’identification nationale (CIN) pour leur permettre de voter librement lors des prochaines élections. Rappelant solennellement que le droit de vote de la diaspora...
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Modernization of the Haitian airspace

March 16, 2015
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Modernization of the Haitian airspace

Haiti Libre: The International Air Transport Association (IATA), Airbus ProSky and Haiti’s Office National de L’Aviation Civile (OFNAC) announced completion of a joint project to modernize the airspace of Port-au-Prince and Cap-Haïtien International Airports. This initiative follows the Memorandum of Understanding signed in April 2014 with the IATA in Abu Dhabi for the redevelopment...
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Haiti Elections 2015 Date Set After Years Of Delays, Months Of Protests-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 16, 2015
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Haiti Elections 2015 Date Set After Years Of Delays, Months Of Protests-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Thomas Barrabi @TBarrabi t.barrabi@ibtimes.com Haiti’s President Michel Martelly addressed the audience during the opening ceremony of a Marriott hotel in Port-au-Prince, Feb. 24, 2015. Reuters Haiti’s electoral council announced dates Friday for elections the government has delayed for months despite ongoing protests. The nation has operated without its parliament since January, when the governing...
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LA CORRUPTION TUE HAÏTI-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 16, 2015
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LA CORRUPTION TUE HAÏTI-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Rapport d’audit de 41 contrats signés par le Ministère de la Planification et de la Coopération Externe (MPCE) avec des entreprises haïtiennes et étrangères, sous l’empire de la loi d’urgence du 17 avril 2010, durant la période allant du 8 Novembre 2010 au 12 Octobre 2011.« Comme promis à la Nation et dans un souci...
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UN AUTRE CRIMINEL PÉNÈTRE DANS LE JEU Haiti: Jean Max Bellerive annonce sa participation aux prochaines élections- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 16, 2015
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UN AUTRE CRIMINEL PÉNÈTRE DANS LE JEU Haiti: Jean Max Bellerive annonce sa participation aux prochaines élections- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

PORT-AU-PRINCE – L’ancien chef du gouvernement et ministre de la Planification sous le second mandat de René Préval, Jean Max Bellerive, rejette les allégations de corruption qui pèsent sur lui dans le dossier de la compagnie minière VCS Mining et les contrats octroyés au sulfureux sénateur dominicain Félix Bautista. Il prend la défense de...
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La Reconstruction d’Haïti passe par des réformes institutionnelles et structurelles en profondeur dans les domaines suivants: Douane, administration publique, justice & lois, respect du droit de propriété, libre concurrence, accès au crédit bancaire… Des millions sans des réformes auront aucun impact sur la pauvreté et le développement durable.

March 15, 2015
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La Reconstruction d’Haïti passe par des réformes institutionnelles et structurelles en profondeur dans les domaines suivants: Douane, administration publique, justice & lois, respect du droit de propriété, libre concurrence, accès au crédit bancaire… Des millions sans des réformes auront aucun impact sur la pauvreté et le développement durable.

Anti-haitianisme ou le retour du colonialisme Ovando-Santana en République Dominicaine.- (Texte de Cyrus Sibert) “Un mouvement nationaliste dominicain peut être indépendantiste mais jamais anti-haïtien. Seuls des partisans de Nicolas Ovando ou de Pedro Santana peuvent chercher à diviser les indigènes de l’Ile qui se sont toujours unis contre les puissances colonialistes.” Au-delà du Nationalisme, la campagne anti-haïtienne de...
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HEAVEN HELP HAITI IF QUEEN SOPHIA BELIEVES THIS AND RUNS FOR PRESIDENT

March 14, 2015
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HEAVEN HELP HAITI IF QUEEN SOPHIA BELIEVES THIS AND RUNS FOR PRESIDENT

March 15, 2015 The Haitian rumor mill sees Queen Sophia’s ego getting the better of her. She sees herself as a potential candidate to replace her husband, Michel Martelly. The fact that she is an American citizen must be accepted as a hard to ignore fact. Although some suggest that her soul-mate Ambassador Pamela...
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BISHOP KIDNAPPED – TYPICAL ARISTIDE MOVE AGAINST CHURCH: Bishop Pierre Andre Pierre, Dean of Haiti’s Notre Dame University was kidnapped by Chimere in front of Pax Villa. Police followed kidnappers and Bishop to area of airport, where he was released. The kidnappers were so heavily armed that the police could not intervene.

March 14, 2015
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BISHOP KIDNAPPED – TYPICAL ARISTIDE MOVE AGAINST CHURCH: Bishop Pierre Andre Pierre, Dean of Haiti’s Notre Dame University  was kidnapped by Chimere  in front of Pax Villa. Police followed kidnappers and Bishop to area of airport, where he was released. The kidnappers were so heavily armed that the police could not intervene.

March 14, 2015 Pierre-André Pierre October 3, 2010 By OEIT Pierre-André Pierre Pierre-André PIERRE was born in 1952 Arcahaie, Haiti, the oldest of a family of seven children. He first studied in Haiti under “Les Frères de l’Instruction Chretienne” and attended Le College Saint Martial run by “The Holy Ghost Fathers.” He studied Philosophy...
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3 new Ambassadors accredited to Haiti

March 14, 2015
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3 new Ambassadors accredited to Haiti

Haiti Libre: Thursday at the National Palace, the President Michel Martelly, received the credentials of three new ambassadors accredited in Haiti. These are the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Elisabeth Beton Delègue (France), who previously held the functions of Ambassador of France in Mexico (2012-2014), Director of the Americas and the Caribbean, at the Ministry...
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Positive bilateral meeting in Jimani

March 14, 2015
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Positive bilateral meeting in Jimani

Friday morning, the Chancellor Duly Brutus accompanied among others by Lener Renaud, Minister of Defense, Ariel Henry, Minister of the Interior and Local Authorities and Godson Orélus, Director of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) met his Dominican counterpart Andrés Navarro who was accompanied by the Dominican Ambassador in Haiti, Rubén Silié, the Lieutenant...
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UN and Japan Come Together To Support Elections In Haiti w/ $8.4 million Funding Deal

March 14, 2015
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UN and Japan Come Together To Support Elections In Haiti w/ $8.4 million Funding Deal

The Ambassador of Japan in Haiti, His Excellency Mr. Katsuyoshi Tamura, and Senior Director of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Sophie de Caen, signed two financing agreements totaling 8.4 million US dollars to Haiti .Photo Credit: PNUD Haiti Two agreements worth $8.4 million will support Haiti’s upcoming election, strengthen the country’s electoral processes...
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UN and Haitian partners appeal for aid to reduce vulnerability, build resilience

March 14, 2015
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UN and Haitian partners appeal for aid to reduce vulnerability, build resilience

UN News Centre: UN Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) partners with the Government and other humanitarian agencies to launch a Transitional Appeal called TAP. Photo: UN/MINUSTAH/Logan Abassi Print 12 March 2015 – The United Nations, the Haitian Government and its partners have launched a $401 million appeal to reduce extreme vulnerability, while building resilience on...
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Décret électoral 2015: Un complot contre la commune et la ville de Thomassique

March 13, 2015
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Décret électoral 2015: Un  complot contre la commune et la ville de Thomassique

Dans les articles Coup d’œil sur Thomassique https://www.scribd.com/doc/61574227/Coup-d-%C5%93il-sur-Thomassique et Thomassique la ville qui vous accueille http://lenouvelliste.com/lenouvelliste/article/126842/THOMASSIQUE-LA-VILLE-QUI-VOUS-ACCEUILLE.html parus respectivement en juin 2011 et en janvier 2014, j’avais mis l’accent sur le rôle des autorités étatiques dans l’étouffement de l’essor politique et administratif de la commune de Thomassique.  Qu’on se rappelle le décret éteignoir du 29...
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Cholera vaccine succeeds in rural Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 13, 2015
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Cholera vaccine succeeds in rural Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

by Jake Miller A community health worker administers cholera vaccine to a child in Haiti in 2012. Credit: Jon Lascher/Partners In Health A vaccination campaign that almost didn’t happen was widely effective in reducing transmission of cholera in the midst of an ongoing outbreak of the disease in rural Haiti. According to a study...
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Four Things You Need to Know About Education in Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 13, 2015
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Four Things You Need to Know About Education in Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

www.worldbank.org More than 200,000 children from Haiti remain out of school and several are too old for their grade level. The World Bank looks at a tuition waiver program’s impact. STORY HIGHLIGHTS In Haiti, more than 200,000 children remain out of school. However, enrollment rates have been going up in recent years. A new...
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A Building Designed to Solve Haiti’s Cholera Problem

March 13, 2015
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A Building Designed to Solve Haiti’s Cholera Problem

Liz Stinson: MASS Group designed a permanent treatment center in Port-au-Prince to battle the cholera epidemic. MASS Group In 2010, Haiti began to experience the worst cholera outbreak in the country’s history. Five years and nearly 9,000 lost lives later, there’s an interesting question to be asked: Could better architecture have saved lives? A newly opened...
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US Plays Haiti, Panama in CONCACAF Gold Cup

March 13, 2015
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US Plays Haiti, Panama in CONCACAF Gold Cup

The United States will open the defense of its CONCACAF Gold Cup title on July 7 against Honduras or French Guiana at Frisco, Texas. The Americans’ opponent will be decided on March 25 and 29 in a two-leg playoff between the fifth-place teams in last year’s Central American and Caribbean Cups. Honduras is ranked...
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