Haitian Internet Newsletter

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Haiti Customs - La Douane Morne Cabrit pran Dife

La Douane Haiti - The Haitian Customs checkpoint and bureau at Morne Cabrit was set on fire early Monday morning according to a very credible source.

Tropical Storm Beryl approaches Haiti, heavy rains and gusty winds expected

As hurricane Beryl, now weakened into a tropical storm, approaches Haiti after soaking the Dominican Republic with gusty downpours, Haitians are still worried because, in Haiti, it is often the rainfall that causes major damage after a hurricane or tropical storm.

Major water scarcity in Metropolitan Port-au-Prince Haiti following gas price hike street protests

Many Haitian citizens in the Port-au-Prince metropolitan area are complaining about a lack potable water in their neighborhoods after the gas price hike riots that paralyzed the capital so much, water delivery was a non existant.

Haitians wake up with a sense of uncertainty Monday after a dark weekend experience

Haiti just lived through one of its darkest weekends in history. Haitian citizens in the Port-au-Prince metropolitan area wake up Monday morning with a bit of uncertainty, should they resume their activities or should they stay home?

Driving to Port-au-Prince airport, not a single car on the road after gas price hike protests

It's not everyday you get to drive to Port-au-Prince International Airport and find out there's absolutely NO cars on the road. That's what we saw in a short video being shared on social media one day after a mayor street protest that paralyzed Port-au-Prince,

Some airline companies resume flights to Haiti after gas price hike protests

At least two American Airlines flights landed in Port-au-Prince International Airport Sunday, one day after all flights was cancelled due to violent street protests following a government gas price hike.

DIGICEL Haiti fiber optic cables cut off during gas price hike street protests Saturday

Haitian mobile phone and internet company DIGICEL took a big hit Saturday; its fiber optic cables were cut off causing customers to go without internet access and unable to make or receive international phone calls following violent protest due to an increase in gas prices.

Did Haitians just open another door for American soldiers to step foot in Haiti once again?

Read this very carefully... There is information is circulating that many Americans presently in Haiti feel very uncomfortable with the current situation. Contacts are being made to have "others" come and insure the security of certain people in Haiti.

All flights to Haiti cancelled following major street protests due to rise in gas prices

Virtually every airline company flying in and out of Haiti decided to cancel their flights Saturday after street protest erupted in the country following a government decision to raise gas prices.

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