Haitian Internet Newsletter

Read articles about Haiti current events, Haiti news, and some surprising facts about Haiti from the Haitian Internet Newsletter.

Haiti's Tourism Sector Hit the Hardest by ongoing sociopolitical climate in the country

With all the social and political unrests and riots in Haiti for more than a year, the tourism sector has been hit really hard. Tourists are few and Hotel rooms are empty in Haiti.

Illegal Immigrants, Some advice for you if you if ICE comes knocking on your door

With the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) knocking on doors across America looking for illegal immigrant, here is the hottest tip for you if you or a family member is in the United States illegally:

Haitian Undocumented Immigrants are panicking as Immigration raids begin in major US Cities

Living in the United States illegally has just turned into a cat an mouse game between undocumented immigrating and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) which plans to begin raids in 10 major cities in an effort to arrest and deport undocumented immigrants living in the US.

Be real with yourself, If you don't understand something, Ask someone who knows

Sometimes when you don't understand something it is best to ask questions, or better yet, keep your mouth shut and observe. Don't pretend to be Mr Know-it-all the uneducated masses.

There are more Haitians living in Poverty than you may think

I was reading a news article and I was surprised when I read found out how many Haitians actually live in poverty. The number is way more than you may think.

How many young Haitian-Americans care about what is happening in Haiti?

After a long week at work and all the stress of daily living, the last thing a young Haitian-American is thinking about is stupid politics happening in Haiti.

Every time you buy a gallon of Gasoline in Haiti the Govt loses 89 gourdes

Did you know? Every time you purchase a gallon of gasoline in Haiti, the Haitian government loses 89 gourdes ($0.95 US dollars)

The unseen tension in Port-au-Prince Haiti is worse in the minds of those held hostage

There is a silent tension, or should I say stress, in Port-au-Prince Haiti and it's worse in the minds of the people held hostage then what you see and hear in the streets.

Two businessmen convicted in the U.S. for bribing Haitian Government Officials

Two businessmen, Dr. Joseph Baptiste and his partner Roger Richard Boncy, were convicted in a Boston court for soliciting bribes from undercover federal agents who posed as potential investors in a proposed $84 million port project in the Mole-Saint-Nicolas area of Haiti.

VIDEO: Gold Cup - Haiti beats Nicaragua 2-0 and advances to the quarter-finals

Haiti advances to the wuarter finals at the Gold Cuo p after beating Nicaragua 2-0 in Texas on Thusday. Watch the video...