Haitian Newsletter Articles

Here are some of the latest articles published on the Haitian Internet Newsletter

Former Haiti candidate for Depute and Senator pleads guilty to cocaine trafficking in the United States

Vincent Casseus, a former candidate for depute and candidate for Senator under the banner of the LAPEH party in Grand'Anse Haiti, extradited to the United States, pleaded guilty to cocaine trafficking, according to the South Florida District Attorney's Office.

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.

The Haitian Economy is in the hole, 75.25 Gourdes for one U.S. Dollar

The Haitian economic system is in a deep hole right now. Can we even speak of the economy in Haiti? These days you need more than 75 gourdes for one U.S. dollar. Some say it's more than that...

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.

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.

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.

To Hell with the Country : The Haitian Media loves a Good Crisis!

A big chunk of the Haitian media is really enjoying seeing the opposition enraged in the streets asking president Jovenel Moise to step down. To hell with the country! It's all about the ratings (plis moun branche) and maybe more!!!

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.