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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.

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.

28 Haitian Boat People die after their boat sink off The Bahamas

28 Haitians attempting to leave Haiti in search for a better life have lost their lives afer a boat carrying them sunk off the coast of The Bahamas, Authorities from the island country reported Sunday.

What's behind Haiti's gas shortage and power blackout? Read this...

Gas shortage is the hottest topic in Haiti right now but did you know? While Haitians are lined up at the pump hoping and praying for some gas, ships loaded with gas and diesel have been sitting out in the bay of Port-au-Prince unable to offload... Why? Keep on reading...

Carrefour Feuilles Haiti wakes up in chaos after a police officer is shot dead

Carrefour Feuilles Haiti woke up in protest early Thursday morning after a police officer was shot and killed by unidentified individuals.

Former Haitian army General Williams Regala is dead

Former Haitian army General Williams Regala died Sunday December 23, 2018, at the age of 81, at his residence in Port-au-Prince.

Haiti Radio Kiskeya devastated by fire, all is lost, Liliane Pierre Paul said

Radio Kiskeya, a well known Haitian radio station in Port-au-Prince, was devastated by a fire Friday night, December 21, Haitian journalist Liliane Pierre Paul, co-owner of the radio station said all is lost.

Economy - Jobs : Dominican Entrepreneur wants to create more textile jobs in Haiti

Did you know? The Industrial Development Company (CODEVI) located in the Ouanaminthe free zone in Northern Haiti currently employs more than 11,000 Haitians in the textile sector. That's 20 percent of the workforce in this sector. They want to create even more jobs.

Haiti Petro Challenge movement switches to a new phase: Nou Pap Domi

The PetroCaribe movement has been dormant in Haiti for a while but now the Petro Challengers just woke up once again with a new form of protest.