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21-year veteran Haitian Police officer commits suicide

Croix-des-Bouquets Haiti - After 21 years of service to the Haitian National Police force, Officer Lorenso Loyer decided to end his life in police uniforms with a bullet in the head Tuesday, April 16 2019.

There is a lack of women in the world, did you know that?

Did you know that there are more men than women in the world? But is that true in Haiti and the Dominican Republic? Read this...

Does Superstition play a BIG role in the non-development of Haiti and the Haitian mindset?

99.9 percent of the Haitians are superstitious. I was surprised to be listening to a famous journalist in Haiti yesterday who thinks it is normal for people to die during the carnival season because, superstitiously speaking, it has to happen. SAY WHAT???

Money : Most of the Diaspora money entering Haiti leaves the country in a heartbeat

One of the number ONE way that money enters Haiti is via money transfers from the Diaspora to their family and friends but can you believe how fast that money leaves Haiti through its borders with the Dominican Republic and to other countries?

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.

Haiti - Protesters in Mirebalais Haiti decide to cut off power lines going to Hinche and Haut Pateau Central

FLASH: Protesters in Mirebalais, Centre Haiti, have decides to cut off the electric power lines going to Hinche and the Haut Plateau Central region because, according to a radio journalist, the citizens of the Haut Plateau Central refuse to protest.

FACT: Western policies have been punishing Haiti for winning its independence

Is Haiti still being punished for winning its independence? Some experts thinks so... Read this...

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.

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.

Message for the New Year 2019

I wanted to take this moment to wish you a Happy New Year 2019. I will be drinking my Soup Joumou this year on the countryside South of Haiti. News reporting will resume second week of January.