Customs officers accept a truce…
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Customs officers accept a truce…

On Friday, the second day of the Customs strike, the General Administration of Customs (AGD) began talks with the strikers’ representatives to find common ground and to end…

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Haiti Mayor Calls For Civil War In City Of Les Cayes, Essentially
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Haiti Mayor Calls For Civil War In City Of Les Cayes, Essentially

LES CAYES, Sud, HT (sentinel.ht) – The controversial Mayor of Aux Cayes, Jean Gabriel Fortuné, called on citizens of his city to arm themselves with guns, legal and…

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UN Peacekeepers Leave Haiti: What Is Their Legacy?
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UN Peacekeepers Leave Haiti: What Is Their Legacy?

As the controversial 13 year peacekeeping mission in Haiti wraps up, Al Jazeera examines what the mission leaves behind. A UN peacekeeper argues with a supporters of 2010…

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Bichotte Blasts Caribbean Activist For Disparaging Remarks Against Haitians
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Bichotte Blasts Caribbean Activist For Disparaging Remarks Against Haitians

Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte (D-Flatbush, Ditmas Park) today demanded an apology from a noted Caribbean activist/political operative and close associate to City Councilmember Jumaane Williams for emailing her and…

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UN Ending 13-year Military Peacekeeping Mission In Haiti
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UN Ending 13-year Military Peacekeeping Mission In Haiti

A U.N. peacekeeping mission in Haiti that has helped maintain order through 13 years of political turmoil and catastrophe is coming to an end as the last of…

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Government purchases $123M of heavy equipment
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Government purchases $123M of heavy equipment

The Government signed discreetly, 3 contracts for the purchase of 490 heavy equipment for public works totaling more than 123 million US dollars (123,372,025), an average cost per…

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Government strengthens its control over NGOs
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Government strengthens its control over NGOs

In order to seek effectiveness and synergy in the actions of the Government and NGOs, the Ministers and General Coordinators must now inform the Prime Minister in advance…

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Police Use Teargas as Demonstrations Continue Against Budget Proposals in Haiti
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Police Use Teargas as Demonstrations Continue Against Budget Proposals in Haiti

Haitians demonstrating against budget proposals presented to Parliament by President Jovenel Moise last month (Photo: CMC) PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — Police used teargas to disperse hundreds…

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The city of Gonaïves will have its Airport
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The city of Gonaïves will have its Airport

On Wednesday, a meeting on the construction of Gonaïves Airport in Morne Blanc brought together notably Olivier Jean General Director of the National Office of Civil Aviation (OFNAC),…

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Europe : 335,000 euros to strengthen the Haitian education system
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Europe : 335,000 euros to strengthen the Haitian education system

The International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) of UNESCO and the European Union this week launched the project “Analysis and Capacity Building for Planning and Steering of the…

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