Haitian Internet Newsletter

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Journalist: Haitian Politicians put the country on LOCK so they can make money to send to wife and kids living in the USA

Haitian journalist says: One of the main reason that some people are protesting in the streets is because they need more money to send to the United States because they have to pay rent for their wives; they have to pay school for their children.

FLASH: Haiti - 8 heavily armed individuals, mostly Americans, arrested by police

Breaking News... 8 heavily armed men, seven foreigners, mostly Americans, and a Haitian citizen were arrested by the Haitian National Police in Port-au-Prince Sunday, February 17, 2019.

US State Department issued a "Haiti Level 4 Do Not Travel" advisory Friday

The US Government warned its citizens not to travel to Haiti on Friday, 14 Feb 2019, due to widespread, violent, and unpredictable demonstrations in Port-au-Prince and elsewhere in Haiti.

Canada asks its citizens to avoid non-essential travel in Haiti

Ottawa Canada is asking its citizens to avoid any non-essential travel to Haiti amid violent street protests that have taking place in the country the last few days.

Over a hundred Canadians stuck in Haiti at a luxurious resort north of the capital

More than one hundred Canadian travelers are stuck in Haiti because of the violent demonstrations that shaking the country for nearly a week now.

S.O.S. Haiti Protesters attempt to set fire to Television Nationale d'Haiti (TNH)

Breaking News... Some protesters are attempting to set fire to Haiti National Television station (TNH) in Port-au-Prince during a street protest Wednesday.

Haitians Citizens complain ongoing street protests interfere with their day to day life

Various Haitian citizens are complaining on the radio saying that had enough of all these street protests. "I am stuck in my house, I cannot work, I cannot make money and it is annoying," one resident told a journalist.

Jean Gabriel Fortune: The biggest problem Haiti is facing right now is impunity and corruption

Former Senator and mayor of Le Cayes Jean Gabriel Fortune says the biggest problem Haiti is facing right now is impunity and corruption. "We are in a state where anyone can do whatever he wants in this country and there are no sanctions, no punishment."

Manifestation in Haiti Tuesday, Destination, the National Palace

According to news reports, there are lots of protesters in the Steets of Port-au-Prince coming from different directions al heading toward the National Palace where President Jovenel Moise and Prime Minister is currently in a Council of Ministers.

Haitian-Japanese Tennis Star Naomi Osaka splits up with her coach Sascha Bajin

Haitian-Japanese Tennis player Naomi Osaka has suddenly decided to split up with her Coach Sascha Bajin, an announcement that sent the Tennis world buzzing.