Los Angeles TimesTrump administration faces criticism for seeking sharp cut in refugees settled in the USLos Angeles TimesThe Trump administration wants to prevent immigration and floods of refugees by helping improve conditions in the home countries, ...Read More »
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Will there ever be peace for Haiti?ReliefWebWhile Haiti is trying to move forward from its most recent round of violence, ongoing turmoil here is at once as predictable as it is tragic. Why is it that Haiti stays mired in the past and out of the headli...Read More »
Face2Face Africa6 sacred spirits most revered by Haitian and African Voodoo believersFace2Face AfricaThe notion of organized religion introduced to Africa is a hot debate. Before the introduction of Islam via traders along the African coast and Christi...Read More »
Haitian Times News Roundup – Sept. 19
Now, he's suing Biscayne Park cops. Clarens Desrouleaux, a Haitian man who served five years in prison after being framed for unsolved burglaries by Biscayne Park police, is accusing the town and three officers of violating his civil rights in a ...
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Haiti - News : Zapping...
Reflection Gary Bodeau "Let's stop talking, to make 'marron', to look for and protect only our interests, our Nation is in danger, it's burning. Let's not look elsewhere, let's combine our efforts to save it," such is the reflection of Gary Bodeau ...
Haitilibre.comHaiti - Security : Balance of the operation «Boukle lari»Haitilibre.comThe National Police of Haiti (PNH) is satisfied with the operation "Boukle lari" (Closing the street) launched in early August http://www.haitilibre.com/en/n...Read More »
Marc Pierre-Louis: Osaka is proud of her Haitian heritage
Le Plaza Hotel's General Manager Marc Pierre-Louis has complemented Naomi Osaka's amazing victory at the US Open as “an achievement of which all Haitians should be incredibly proud”. Osaka beat Serena Williams in the US Open to become the first ...
Haitian Times News Roundup – Sept. 18Haitian TimesIn Haiti, Deadly Hurricane Brings New Life To Drought-Hit Community. Nearly two years ago today, I woke with a sickening feeling in my stomach. It was October 4, 2016, and my country, Haiti, was about t...Read More »