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More than 60 Heads of State Going to Nelson Mandela Funeral

Nelson Mandela More than 60 heads of state have confirmed that they will attend services for Nelson Mandela in South Africa next week... The South African government says that includes all living American presidents -- except George H.W. Bush -- as well as 26 members of Congress... Is Haiti President Michel Martelly going? more »

Haiti Declares a day of Mourning for Nelson Mandela, Flag will be at Half Staff

Nelson Mandela Haiti President Michel Martelly has declared this day, 6 Dec 2013, as a national day of mourning to acknowledge the departure of President Nelson Mandela. Flags will be flying at half staff in Haiti today... A Haitian delegation will go Johannesburg for Mandela's funeral. more »

Haiti President Michel Martelly pays tribute to Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela President Michel Martelly pays tribute to the symbol of the anti-apartheid and Father of the democracy struggle in South Africa, Nelson Mandela aka "Madiba" more »

When does Manifestation in Haiti become a nuisance?

Manifestation Haiti 18 Nov 2013 - Kawotchou ap boule lan lari Port-au-Prince TRUE STORY - My 80 year old father was supposed to arrive at Port-au-Prince airport today, 29 Nov 2013, but due protests that is supposed to take place, the old man decided to pay American Airlines an EXTRA fee to postpone his trip... Money that the retired old man could use... How many other ordinary Haitian citizens are affected by these never ending protest? more »

Dessalines and Petion serving our nonsense

Haiti: Dessalines ak Petion We are always processed by "Papa Dessalines" when we need to plunge Haiti into the biggest mess. The back of the leader of the Haitian Revolution is pretty wide to legitimize our barbarities: KOUPE TET BOULE KAY. more »

244 Haitians Expelled from Dominican Republic after Killing along Border

Flag of Haiti And Dominican Republic There has been reports of mass deportations of Haitians from the Dominican Republic... Here is the latest... 244 Haitians were reportedly expelled from the Dominican Republic following the killing of two elderly Dominicans... more »

Venezuela: the Mediator in the Haitian-Dominican Denationalization crisis

Haiti President Michel Martelly and Venezuela President Hugo Chavez There was a meeting in Venezuela between Dominican and Haitian authorities regarding the decision to render stateless thousands of Dominicans of Haitian origin. This meeting was held on Tuesday, 19 Nov 2013. Venezuela is trying to find a happy medium to this crisis... Keep in mind, The Dominican Republic, is in the Petrocaribe oil alliance... more »

Not everyone welcomes Haiti Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe to California

Manifestation against Sean Pean and Laurent Lamothe in California NO to Haiti's Dictatorship, a sign reads, Lamothe / Penn you are not welcome here! --- A few Americans (four, it looks like) in California decided to protest against actor Sean Penn and Haitian prime minister Laurent Lamothe during their visit to Silicon Valley in November 2013... more »

Haiti Manifestation Updates: Visit BelPolitik.com

Manifestation Haiti 18 Nov 2013 - Kawotchou ap boule lan lari Port-au-Prince If you want to stay up-to-date with all the PRO and ANTI-Martelly protests that happened in Haiti Monday 18 Nov 2013, be sure to visit www.BelPolitik.com - Most of what you will read in the news today are recaps of these events. We are trying our best to keep you updated with all the political current events there... more »

USA Vs Haiti - Take the US Government out of the picture, you end up with a country like HAITI

Uncle Sam - This Could Be You Homeless Carboard What would the United States of America look like if we took government out of the picture, 'liberating' health care, education and assistance for the poor from the hands of government and leaving it entirely up to the free market and to churches and private charities? HAITI... That's what! more »