Haitian Internet Newsletter

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FLASH: Haiti - Another Earthquake happened in Gros Mornes late Tuesday Night, October 16

Another Earthquake just happened in Gros Mornes, Artibonite, Haiti late Tuesday Night 16 October 2018. Everyone is afraid, they left they homes and rand outside.

FLASH: Haitian University students start the October 17 street protest early. Tires already burning in Port-au-Prince

Happening now... Port-au-Prince Haiti, Students of the Facultés de droit et des sciences économiques (FDSE) et d'Éthnologie decide to start the 17 October street protest early.

Tennis News: Naomi Osaka nominated for WTA Player of the Year

Great news for Haitian-Japanese tennis champion Naomi Osaka. She was nominated for the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) Player of the Year award.

Haitian-American man admits trying to export illegal guns and ammunition to Haiti

A Haitian man in Chicago has pleaded guilty trying to illegally export more than 20 guns and ammunition to Haiti, U.S federal prosecutors say.

More Haitians went to church Sunday after the earthquake then ever before, a priest said

At church today, the priest said more people came to church the Sunday after the earthquake than ever before. As soon as as there's a natural disaster everyone was looking for Jesus, the priest said.

72 Gourdes for 1 U.S. Dollar in Haiti, record low for the Haitian currency compared to the Dollar

The Haitian currency has hit a record low compared the U.S. Dollar these days... As of Saturday, Oct 13 2018, you need 72.50 gourdes for one U.S. dollar in Hinche, Haiti.

SHALOM Pastor Muscadin's bank accounts, all seized by DGI for tax evasion, Muscadin is Mad (VIDEO)

Pastor Andre Muscadin is MAD as hell... Haiti's Directorate General of Taxes (DGI) has just seized all bank accounts belonging to Eglise SHALOM for not paying its taxes between 2010 and 2015. Watch this video...

Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka made history again reaching No. 4 in WTA rankings

Haitian-Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka made history again. Naomi is now ranked No. 4 in the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) rankings tying the all-time record for highest-ranked Japanese player, male or female.

Haitian Horse Rider wins Olympic Gold Medal at the Youth Olympic Games

His name is Mateo Philippe Coles, he is a professional Horse Rider, a Jockey, an Equestrian is the proper name, and he just made history after he won an Olympic Gold Medal at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires in Argentina.

International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief says before Naomi Osaka women's tennis lived in the shadow of the men's game in Japan

Christine Lagarde, chief of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said before Haitian-Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka's shock the world when she beat Serena Williams at the US Open last month women's tennis lived in the shadow of the men's game in Japan.