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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 »

Covid-19 vaccine: Only about 20,000 people in Haiti are fully vaccinated out of 11.4 million

As of October 2021, only 20,354 people in Haiti are fully vaccinated for Covid-19 out of 11.4 million people, Hades Ministry of Public Health reported. more »

More and more Hatians are heading to sea trying to escape misery and gang violence in Haiti, US Coast Guard said

PHOTO: Haitian Boat People Intercepted by the U.S. Coast Guard The US Coast Guard recently reported it's picked up three times as many Haitians at sea than it did last year, hundreds in the last few weeks. more »

Haiti is gangsterized and the gangsters are not only the thugs in the ghettos of Haiti, journalist Esaue Cesar said.

Esaue Cesar is a well-known Haitian journalist and former member of the National Police Force "The truth hurts but the truth is the truth. We must de-gangsterize Haiti," journalist and policeman Esaue Cesar said Wednesday. "I have been saying it and I will continue to say," he said specifying that the gangsters in Haiti are not just a thugs roaming the streets. There are everywhere in every sector of Haitian life, if we are to believe the journalist. more »

Journalist reports seeing a mass kidnapping taking place in southern Port-au-Prince by armed gangs

Esaue Cesar is a well-known Haitian journalist and former member of the National Police Force Haitian journalist Esaue Cesar has reported that a mass kidnapping of over 120 people took place in Martissant, Haiti, south of the Haitian capital Tuesday morning. more »

Port-au-Prince - Shalom Church closes its doors due to insecurity and kidnappings in Haiti

Pasteur Musdain - Eglise SHALOM Haiti The popular Church Shalom Tabernacle de Gloire in Port-au-Prince Haiti has decided to suspend all religious activities until further notice to protest against the wave of insecurity and kidnappings that has been ravaging the country lately. more »

The battle of Savannah: Haitians did not only come to the U.S. under the bridge of Texas, we've been here before, Ambassador Brocchit Edmond said

Del Rio Texas: White man on a horse gathering black Haitians like slaves - You probably thought it was a slave movie While paying tribute to the Haitian Heroes of the Battle of Savannah Georgia, Haitian ambassador Brocchit Edmond insinuated that Haitians have been a part of U.S. history even before we were a nation. more »

Some people treat the death President Jovenel Moise like it's no big deal. It is a big f****** deal

The people in Haiti calling I am reading some harsh comments posted by some people on the internet in regards to first lady Martine Moise mourning the death of her husband, our president, and it's heart-wrenching. more »

Now it is Haitians turning our country Haiti into a living hell - People are trying to escape by any means necessary

Rale Ti Chez Baw A while back people used to blame the blan (foreign powers) for Haiti's problems but now it is clear, it is not the blan, it is us Haitians, the old lady said. more »

Dominican immigration repatriates more than 7,000 Haitians in the single month

Dominican Soldiers - the Armed Forces of Dominican Republic have about 44,000 active-duty personnel and they have work to do compared to Haiti The Dominican Republic has been repatriating more and more Haitians lately. Last month alone, between September 1st and October 2nd 2021, Dominican authorities sent back home over 7,000 Haitians. more »