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Port-au-Prince on fire over gas prices hike

Port-au-Prince on fire over gas prices hike

Following an official notice of fuel price increases at the pump by the Government of Haiti, violent protests erupted. Major casualties include Deli-Mart, a major supermarket. Several cars parked in front of Hotel Best Western and Royal Oasis were burned to the ground.Barricade erupted in many streets, including the road to the only airport, preventing people from flying out of the country.

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Mrs. Jamba of Haiti, oldest woman in Human History, is holding strong at 125

Mrs. Jamba of Haiti, oldest woman in Human History, is holding strong at 125

Bénicia Souffrant, better known as "Madan Janba", is the oldest living woman on planet earth in 2018. Madan Janba is 125 years old and lives in the locality of Moyette, 8th communal section of Petit-Goâve.

"Madan Janba" retains her mental capacity. She continues to think logically thinking; she argues and has a strong personality. Mrs. Jamba is unable to see very well. She has some hearing problems and sometimes complains of physical pains.

Officially, the oldest woman in the world is 118 year old Emma Morano who was born on November 29, 1899 in Italy. Due to our record keeping system, we may never be able to prove that Bénicia Souffrant, "Madan Janba", is in fact the oldest living woman on earth in the year 2018

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Francois Nicolas Duvalier Potential Candidate for President of Haiti

Francois Nicolas Duvalier Potential Candidate for President of Haiti

Wii he be a candidate in the next Haiti Presidential election? Can you imagine having one more Duvalier running the country of Haiti? François Nicolas Duvalier during a visit in Washington DC took the opportunity to meet several key personalities. Many people, including some of his friends, think he will run for President of Haiti in the next Presidential election that is to be taken place in 2022

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Henri Namphy Haitian General and President , buried in Dominican Republic

Henri Namphy Haitian General and President , buried in Dominican Republic

Henri Namphy (November 2, 1932 - June 26, 2018)
Henri Namphy was a Haitian general and political figure who served as President of Haiti's interim ruling body, the National Council of Government, from February 7, 1986 to February 7, 1988.

He Once again served as President of Haiti from June 20, to September 17, 1988. He is buried in the Dominican Republic, where he was exiled after being overthrown in September 1988 by Prosper Avril.

Chief of General Staff of the Haitian Armed Forces, Brigadier General Sadrac Saintil, represented the General Staff and the Ministry of Defense as well as Antonio Rodrigue, the Minister of Foreign Affairs was also present at the funeral to represent the Haitian government.

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Little Haiti Business and Cultural District, Flatbush New York

Little Haiti Business and Cultural District, Flatbush New York

Little Haiti of New York, spanning a large portions of Flatbush and Nostrand Avenues, from Parkside Avenue to Avenue H in New York City has been officially designated. This section of Brooklyn where generations after generations of Haitians have landed has been finally designated. We can all say that there is now a Little Haiti In Flatbush and another one in Miami, Florida.

June, 2018: Haitian-Americans gathered in Flatbush street corner to celebrate the creation of "Little Haiti Business and Cultural District.". The area was previously designated "Little Caribbean"

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Trump family separation Policy as Child crying for her parent

Trump family separation Policy as Child crying for her parent

Here is a picture of an immigrant child that appeared with audio recording in June 2018. This picture appeared to capture the voices of small Spanish-speaking children is crying out for her parents at a US immigration facility. This image had become a symbol of family separation by the Trump Administration.

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Jovenel Moise to seek another 12 months TPS extension for Haitians

Jovenel Moise to seek another 12 months TPS extension for Haitians

Here is a picture of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse and his wife Martine Marie Etienne Joseph in Little Haiti Cultural Center in Miami during his first visit as president - Friday, June 16, 2017.

According to President Jovenel Moise: "We know an extension will terminate the 22nd of January 2018. But we are already prepared to seek another 12 months," he said. "I'm telling everyone who has TPS, calm down; know that you have a president who is working for you today."

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un delinquant de moins au parlement, Pierre Esperance

un delinquant de moins au parlement, Pierre Esperance

Statement from Pierre Esperance(RNDDH) in regard to the arrest of Senator elected Guy Philippe." C'est fini pour Guy, pas de solidarité dans le mal, un délinquant de moins au parlement".

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The charges against Guy Philippe arrested on January 5, 2017

The charges against Guy Philippe arrested on January 5, 2017

The charges by the United States Attorney's Office against Guy Philippe who was arrested on January 5, 2017:

One count of conspiracy to import narcotics;

One count of conspiracy to launder monetary instruments and engage in monetary transactions in property derived from unlawful activity

One substantive count of engaging in monetary transactions derived from unlawful activity

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The arrest of Elected Senator Guy Philippe on January 5, 2017

The arrest of Elected Senator Guy Philippe on January 5, 2017

Here are the pictures of Elected Senator Guy Philippe on January 5, 2017

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