Haitian Internet Newsletter

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

What's behind Haiti's gas shortage and power blackout? Read this...

Gas shortage is the hottest topic in Haiti right now but did you know? While Haitians are lined up at the pump hoping and praying for some gas, ships loaded with gas and diesel have been sitting out in the bay of Port-au-Prince unable to offload... Why? Keep on reading...

Haiti - Yon gode pitimi koute 60 gourdes! (the price of millet is sky high)

Have you heard? Millet or pitimi in Haiti, the stuff you used to hate to eating as a child in Haiti, now costs more than twice the price of rice!

Electricity, a very rare commodity in Haiti these days

I don't know how close presidential Jovenel Moise is to realizing his dream of providing Haiti with 24-hour electricity but here, in the city where I live, it is becoming a very rare commodity.

Why do Haitians only criticize each other when speaking French?

Haitians never criticize foreigners who speak bogus French; however, they are very quick to criticize their fellow Haitian as soon as he comits the simplest gramatical error in a sentence when speaking French or writing French. why is that?

TPS for Haitians - Haiti at Forefront of TPS Immigration Trial in New York

Has Haiti fully recovered from after the earthquake and is Haiti ready to receive rough 50,000 Haitians with TPS that Trump and his administration want to send back home? What will happen to their 27,000 children born on U.S. soil? Read this...

Haiti is closer to losing its rich biodiversity than almost any other country in the world, expert says

Read this... By the year 2035 more than half Haiti's species will be wiped out. Haiti is closer to losing its rich biodiversity than almost any other country in the world, says Temple University scientist Blair Hedges.

Haiti: NO Gas at the pumps despite BMPAD reassurance

There is a big gas shortage at the pumps in various parts of Haiti despite government officials saying there is gas available in Haiti.

Carrefour Feuilles Haiti wakes up in chaos after a police officer is shot dead

Carrefour Feuilles Haiti woke up in protest early Thursday morning after a police officer was shot and killed by unidentified individuals.

News reporting about Haiti can be boring sometimes

Let me tell you something.... After so many years talking about Haiti, I hate to say that sometimes there is nothing to report. Nothing interesting anyway!!! Imagine my dilemma, I wake up every morning to scan news about Haiti to find interesting news to report to you. Lately, Haitian radio news seems more like an obituary, a comedy show and news about gang leaders vs. the police. What is there to report?

VIDEO: Haiti - Liliane Pierre-Paul blames the l'Etat Haitien after Radio Kiskeya Fire

Watch this video... Haitian journalist Liliane Pierre-Paul says it is the fault of the State of Haiti (l'Etat Haitien) that she lost her radio station, Radio Kiskeya, and she will rebuild it without their help.