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Haiti Gang who kidnapped 17 American missionaries wants $1,000,000 U.S. per hostage

Haiti Gang Violence - Who is 400 Mawozo? 400 Mawozo, the powerful Haiti gang who kidnapped 17 American and Canadian missionaries wants to get paid USD $1,000,000 for each hostage. No more nor less. more »

FLASH : 17 American Missionaries kidnapped in Haiti by armed gang members

After Martelly/Lamothe arrested rich man Clifford Brandt, kidnapping stopped in Haiti for a very long time. Who do they have to arrest this time? Up to 17 American missionaries have been kidnapped in Haiti by gang members Saturday, Haitian officials said. New York Times, CNN, everyone is talking about it. more »

Journalist Bob C. advises Haitians in the diaspora to stay away from Haiti for the time being

Haitian Journalist Roberde Celine dit Bob C., L'original, le vrai, l'unique en son genre! Radio Caraibes journalist Robert Celine AKA Bob C. is advising Haitians in the diaspora not to come to Haiti right now because of insecurities that is ravaging the country and causing the lives of just about anybody. more »

Martissant Haiti nicknamed Carrefour de la Mort - The Crossroads of Death

Getting around in Haiti:  Martissant, a woman is being carried from a Taxi Moto to a Taxi Moun Martissant, once a peaceful community in southern part of Port-au-Prince Haiti has now been nicknamed "Carrefour de la Mort," meaning the crossroads of death, due to so many kidnappings and violent crimes taking place in the gang controlled area which paralyzes life in general from Port-au-Prince to all of south Haiti. more »

The battle of Savannah: Haitians did not only come to the U.S. under the bridge of Texas, we've been here before, Ambassador Brocchit Edmond said

Haitian Monument in Savannah GA While paying tribute to the Haitian Heroes of the Battle of Savannah Georgia, Haitian ambassador Brocchit Edmond insinuated that Haitians have been a part of U.S. history even before we were a nation. more »

Dominican immigration repatriates more than 7,000 Haitians in the single month

Dominican Soldiers - the Armed Forces of Dominican Republic have about 44,000 active-duty personnel and they have work to do compared to Haiti The Dominican Republic has been repatriating more and more Haitians lately. Last month alone, between September 1st and October 2nd 2021, Dominican authorities sent back home over 7,000 Haitians. more »

Retired Haitian swears she will never go back to Haiti and it is our brothers and sisters fault

After spending more than 35 years living between the Bahamas in the United States, this old Haitian lady thanked her fellow countrymen for shattering her dream of retiring in Haiti. more »

Tourism : Haitian diaspora men and their girlfriends from Haiti are enjoying the peace and prosperity of the Dominican Republic

Tourism -  From a cold Prestige beer in a southern Haiti beach to cervezas en la playa en la Republica Dominicana It is Sunday afternoon in Santo Domingo and a small Haitian restaurant east of the Dominican capital is overloaded with the Haitian diaspora and their girlfriends from Haiti. more »

President Biden to speak about recent increase in violent crime in the United States

Joe Biden And Marleine Bastien In Little Haiti Haiti is not the only place that has seen an increase in violent crimes in the past year. In the United States that has also been an increase in violent crimes and President Joe Biden will speak to the Nation about that today. more »

In a Trump kind of way President Joe Biden told immigrants do not come to the United States

President Joe Biden tweet telling immigrants not to come to the United States You thought President Trump was blunt, President couldn't be more blunt in his message to Immigrants: Don't come over, he said. more »