The Haitian Internet Newsletter

Haiti President Martelly Godfather Dies in South Florida

PHOTO: Haiti - President Martelly Sad Haitian president Michel Martelly has just lost his godfather... The National palace announced Martelly left Haiti Sunday to go to his godfather's funeral in Miami Monday 06 July 2015... more »

Haiti Business - New State of the Art Port Lafito Open for Business...

PHOTO: Port Lafito Haiti A brand new port has just opened in Haiti... Port Lafito, the deepest port in the country with 450 meters of wharf space (berth), cost $150 million to build and will create 20,000 jobs in Haiti... more »

FLASH : Haiti - Dominican Authorities DEPORTS Haitians at Midnight including New Born Babies

Build a wall to Separate Haiti and Dominican Republic Breaking News -- The Dominican Republic is carrying out Mass deportations in the middle of the night... At Midnight Wednesday, 21 Haitians were dropped off at the Jimani-Malepasse border, 5 men, 8 women, 8 children including 4 newborn babies born in the Dominican Republic... more »

Haiti - Sometimes it is best to Keep your Mouth SHUT...

things that make you go hmmm Lately, I've been watching and listening to the news in Haiti and I have decided to keep my mouth shut... I hope you can forgive me for that because sometimes I simply have nothing to say about it... Really, How many times and how many ways can I tell you that Haitians are being kicked out of the Dominican Republic? more »

Haiti Immigration - More and More Haitians Arriving from Dominican Republic

Dominican Customs Dajabon Ouanaminthe Border Haiti-Dominican Repatriation Update -- Reports are coming in from every corner of the Haiti-Dominican frontier about Haitians who were living in Dominican Republic returning home, many voluntarily, others are forced to leave... more »

Haiti Immigration - Haitians Rush back from Dominican Republic to Save their Lives

Dominican Customs Dajabon Ouanaminthe Border Haiti-Dominican Repatriation Update -- ALERT... Many Haitians living in the Dominican Republic are running for their lives leaving all their belongings behind and running back to Haiti because Dominican hoodlums (Ti Gele) are threatening to kill them if they stay... more »

Fearing Deportation, Haitians in the Dominican Republic have DESERTED the Streets

Domimican Immigration Officials Chasing Haitians Out of fear of being deported from the Dominican Republic, many Haitians immigrants who usually are out there buying and selling in Capital Santo Domingo and Santiago have deserted the streets... more »

Haiti - ONA Employees raise 2,000,000 Gourdes too assist Repatriated Haitian-Dominicans

Soy Dominicano Haiti - In order to assist the hundreds of thousands of Dominicans of Haitian decent who are about to be repatriated from the Dominican Republic, employees ONA have raised more than two million gourdes and placed in in a special fund called FONDSONA... more »

SOS... Hundreds of Thousands of Dominicans of Haitian Decent Are About to Loose Everything, Yet No One Seems to Care?

7 Dominicans in Champs-de-Mars Haiti begging for peace SOS... SOS... In the Dominican Republic, its government has passed laws... The Dominican government has publicly stated that mass deportations of its citizens of Haitian descent will commence on or about June 17, 2015. That government has massed a fleet of buses to deport these Dominicans to a land largely foreign to these people. The Dominican military, for its part, is ramping up efforts at collective deportations, according to reports, sweeping up anyone who "looks" Haitian, and dumping them in Haiti. Despite these horrors, no world leader and few media outlets are focusing on this very real human rights tragedy. more »

Haiti National Police Celebrates 20 years Anniversary

PHOTO: Haiti - PM Evans Paul, Police Chief Godson Orelus The Haiti National police force (PNH) is 20 years old... The PNH celebrated their 20-year anniversary, 12 Jun 2015, at the police academy on Route de Frere... more »