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Bradenton youth group stranded in Haiti after violent protests – Bradenton Herald


Bradenton Herald

Bradenton youth group stranded in Haiti after violent protests
Bradenton Herald
Woodland Community Church sent 28 people, most of them teenagers in the church's youth group, on a mission trip to Haiti on June 30 to work at a soccer camp for Haitian children. But when they tried to get to the airport for their flight home on ...
Georgia church mission group stuck in HaitiFOX 5 Atlanta
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Fuel Hike Calls Into Question Effectiveness of Haiti Prime Minister – Haitian Times


Haitian Times

Fuel Hike Calls Into Question Effectiveness of Haiti Prime Minister
Haitian Times
“Lafontant has failed in his mission to govern efficiently,” said lawmaker Jerry Tardieu, a member of the Lower Chamber of Deputies who represents Petionville. He called for the prime minister's immediate resignation. A city in metropolitan Port-au ...

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Haitian civil unrest enters third day despite fuel hike reversal – Reuters


Reuters

Haitian civil unrest enters third day despite fuel hike reversal
Reuters
Haiti's Commerce and Economic ministries announced on Friday that it would lower fuel subsidies in a bid to generate more tax revenue to better fund government services, which translated to a 38 percent jump for gasoline and 47 percent for diesel.
Unrest in Haiti leaves dozens of American church groups stranded and unable to leaveWashington Post
Looting follows violent fuel protests in Haitian capitalWTOP

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Haiti Government Asks For Patience Amid Deadly Fuel Price … – Haitian Times


Haitian Times

Haiti Government Asks For Patience Amid Deadly Fuel Price ...
Haitian Times
The demonstrations drew an impassioned plea by Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant for calm. “I ask your patience because our administration has a vision, ...
Haiti president tells protesters 'go home' after fuel hike suspendedYahoo News
Haitian civil unrest enters third dayCootamundra Herald
Federal government advises against 'non-essential' travel to Haiti amid protestsCTV News
Montreal Gazette -CANOE
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