Insecurity in Haiti

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Did IDB tell its employees in Haiti to seek refuge in the Dominican Republic?

PHOTO: President Jovenel Moise and members of the Inter-American Development Bank (BID) in Southern Haiti The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is encouraging its employees in Haiti to leave the country and go to the Dominican Republic instead. more »

Do not go to Haiti, Dominican president warned his citizens

Build a wall to Separate Haiti and Dominican Republic Luis Abinader, the president of the Dominican Republic, issued a warning to its citizens. Do not go to Haiti because of insecurities and kidnapping, he said. more »

The same thing that happenned between the Tutsis and the Hutus will happen in Haiti unless the instigators do something to fix this country

Justice is sleeping in Haiti - The justice system has been put to sleep by crooked politicians and a corrupt oligarchy Many people fear what may happen in Haiti if the people, the common people, decide to fend for themselves. It could be Rwanda all over again. more »

Haiti holds the record for the world's highest kidnapping rate per capita, The Washington Post reports

Haitians are screaming down with kidnapping but no one is coming to the rescue, not the government not the so call friends of Haiti A few days ago I reported that Haiti is beating world records just as the Dominican Republic is beating records. Well here it is from the lion's mouth. more »

FLASH : 17 American Missionaries kidnapped in Haiti by armed gang members

After Martelly/Lamothe arrested rich man Clifford Brandt, kidnapping stopped in Haiti for a very long time. Who do they have to arrest this time? Up to 17 American missionaries have been kidnapped in Haiti by gang members Saturday, Haitian officials said. New York Times, CNN, everyone is talking about it. more »

Essential products prices sky high in Haiti right now, one bag of cement costs $1,000 gourdes

Cement - Made in Haiti While Haitian politicians are fighting for power and the gangs have total control of the streets and the lives of the Haitian population, the price of essential products like food and construction materials is sky High in the country. more »

Martissant Haiti nicknamed Carrefour de la Mort - The Crossroads of Death

Getting around in Haiti:  Martissant, a woman is being carried from a Taxi Moto to a Taxi Moun Martissant, once a peaceful community in southern part of Port-au-Prince Haiti has now been nicknamed "Carrefour de la Mort," meaning the crossroads of death, due to so many kidnappings and violent crimes taking place in the gang controlled area which paralyzes life in general from Port-au-Prince to all of south Haiti. more »

The Dominicans use their military forces in a way that Haitian authorities can copy from if they really want to improve security in the country

The New Haitian Army Corps of Engineers: Ministere de la Defense - Republique d'Haiti The Guardians of Haitian National sovereignty can learn a lot from our neighbors, the Dominicans, in the way they use their military personnel. One way in particular I would like to share with you today. more »

The problem of insecurity in Haiti has been growing the last 18 to 20 years president said

Haitian Gang Leader Junior 'Tet Kale' Decimus arrested by police Haiti is at its worst these days with problems of insecurity and banditism ravaging the country especially the metropolitan area. Haitian president has Jovenel Moise reminded the population. This is not a new problem but something that has been going on the last 18 or 20 years in the country. more »

Flash : Haitian journalist Luko Desir shot in the head last night in Haiti

Haiti Elections - Luckner 'Louko' Desir, Candidat a la Presidence Breaking News -- We have just received a video showing Haitian journalist Luko Desir receiving urgent care at a hospital after he was shot in the head by on bandit in Haiti. more »