Haitian Diaspora News

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Haitian-Canadian boxer Adonis Stevenson in a coma after a brutal knock-out Saturday

Haitian-Canadian boxer Adonis Stevenson fell into a coma after he was brutally knocked-out by his opponent, Ukrainian professional boxer Oleksandr Gvozdyk, who claimed the WBC light heavyweight title Saturday December 01 2018.

Montreal Canada: Street protest against the deportation of Haitians

A group of Canadians, mostly of Haitian decent, massed in front of the offices of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Montreal to say no to the deportation of Haitians to Haiti.

More Haitians returning from Chile in "Humanitarian Flights"

A second planeload of Haitian immigrants is has returned from Chile back to Haiti in a Chilean Air Force plane on Monday. A total of 181 Haitians were on that flight according to news report.

Happy Thanksgiving 2018 to ALL Haitians in the Diaspora

Despite all the problems back home, Haitians in the U.S. Diaspora will enjoy time OFF with family and friends this Thanksgiving weekend. Let me take this time to wish you a very happy Thanksgiving 2018 to your and yours...

Haitians in the Diaspora wants Jovenel Moise to complete his term as president of Haiti, Diaspora journalist says

Jacques Cassagnol, a Journalist in the Haitian Diaspora in Miami, says the message "fòk Jovenel Moise ALE" (president Jovenel has to go) does not register with the Diaspora.

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.

Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka won her toughest match yet, beating Zhang Shuai at China Open 2018

Chinese tennis player Zhang Shuai didn't want to lose at home so she gave Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka a run for her money. But the stronger Osaka won 3-6, 6-4, 7-5. Osaka admits, "'It was really hard to play against her here."

FLASH: Judge blocks president TRUMP from ending TPS for Haitians

All Haitians living with TPS in the United States read this... A judge in San Francisco Califormia has blocked the Trump Administration from ending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haitians and other immigrants from Sudan, Nicaragua and El Salvador.

The Haitian Diaspora is broke, it's effect on the Haitian Economy

Many Haitians living in Haiti are shocked when they realize that there is less money coming from the Diaspora than before. Those people back home who relied heavily on the diaspora sending money transfers find themselves with less money to spend in a country where prices seem to be going up everyday...

TPS for Haitians: More than half of Haitians with TPS changed their status, official said.

The number of Haitians with TPS in the United States has been reduced from 59,000 to 25,500 today, says Paul Altidor, the Ambassador of Haiti to the United States?