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Haiti - Monseigneur Guire Poulard died at the age of 76

The Archbishop Emeritus of Port-au-Prince, his Excellency Monseigneur Guire Poulard died Sunday evening, December 9, 2018, at hospital Saint Francois de Sales in Port-au-Prince where he was receiving care for pancreatic cancer.

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.

Haiti: ONE Police for every 700 People!

There are 11 million people living in Haiti and only 16,000 Police officers. That's one Haitian police officer for every 700 people.

Affaire PetroCaribe: Have the petrochallengers lost control of the movement?

Read the from Le Nouvelliste: The petrochallengers lost control of the movement they launched about three months ago on social networks. This movement has been recovered by politicians.

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.

Ambulances in Haiti are being attacked, the National Ambulance Center alerts

The National Ambulance Center in Haiti (Centre Ambulancier National) sent out a cry of alarm: protesters are attacking ambulances in in the country.

Haiti paralyzed since the November 18 street protests

Haiti is standing still two days after the 18 November 2018 streets protests. Businesses in Port-au-Prince are still closed and people are afraid to hit the streets.

Every time I start writing about what is happening in Haiti, I hit the delete button!

For the last 24 hours I've been trying to tell you what is happening in Haiti but, for some reason, I keep hitting the delete button.

US Embassy in Haiti alerts Americans employees in the country to seek safe shelter amid Nov. 18 street Protests

The U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs issued the following security alert to American employees in Haiti ahead of the Nov. 18 2018 Street protests:

Godson Orelus, ex Haiti Police chief, arrested in Saint-Marc in connection with illegal firearms import

Godson Orelus, the former Director General of the Haitian National Police force (PNH) was arrested and placed in custody in Saint-Marc Friday by the investigating judge in charge of the case of the seizure of weapons that were imported into Haiti illegally back in 2016.