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Haiti Travel Warning - Level 4: Do Not Travel

Haiti Travel Warning - Level 4: Do Not Travel

The US Government warned its citizens not to travel to Haiti on Friday, 14 Feb 2018, due to widespread, violent, and unpredictable demonstrations in Port-au-Prince and elsewhere in Haiti.


On Monday July 09 2018, the U.S. State Department issued a Level 4: Do Not Travel Haiti Travel Advisory following violent protests that erupted after a hike in gas prices.

Do not travel to Haiti due to civil unrest and crime, was the Haiti travel advisory

There is currently widespread civil unrest and violent demonstrations in Haiti. Protests, tire burning, and road blockages are frequent and unpredictable. On July 9, 2018, the U.S. government authorized the voluntary departure of non-emergency U.S. government personnel and their families.

Right now, the U.S. government has limited ability to provide emergency services to U.S. citizens. The Department will review this guidance as soon as the current security situation is resolved

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PHOTO: Haitian Street Protester with baricade of fire behind him

PHOTO: Haitian Street Protester with baricade of fire behind him

Look at this photo... A Haitian street protester standing in front of a barricade of burning tires in the streets with his face covered during the Februry 2019 protest asking Haitian president Jovenel Moise to resign.

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PHOTO: Television National d'Haiti (TNH)

PHOTO: Television National d'Haiti (TNH)

Here is a photo of Haiti's National Television station (Television Nationale d'Haiti - TNH)

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PHOTO: Naomi Osaka and Coach Sascha Bajin

PHOTO: Naomi Osaka and Coach Sascha Bajin

Look at this photo... Haitian-Japanese Tennis player Naomi Osaka and Coach Sascha Bajin

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PHOTO: Haitian Protesters cut off Power lines to Haut Plateau Central

PHOTO: Haitian Protesters cut off Power lines to Haut Plateau Central

PHOTO: Haitian Protesters in Bas Plateau Central cut off the power lines going to the other side of the department, Haut Plateau Central on the basis that residents of the Haut Plateau refuse to protest.

Monday 11 Feb 2019

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PHOTO: Haitian Boat People Intercepted by the U.S. Coast Guard

PHOTO: Haitian Boat People Intercepted by the U.S. Coast Guard

Look at this photo... The U.S. Coast Guard intercepted 127 Haitian migrants overloaded a 70-foot sail freighter off Cuban coast. With the help of Cuban Border Guard, the Coat Guard intercepted & repatriated 50 Haitian migrants. 77 other migrants entered Cuban Territorial Seas & were taken into custody:

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Haitian Jovenel Moise: Haiti has 5 problems!

Haitian Jovenel Moise: Haiti has 5 problems!

Back in 2017, Haitian president Jovenel Moise said Haiti has ONLY 5 problems: Corruption, Corruption, Corruption, Corruption and Corruption.

Two years later, Transparency International lists Haiti as one of the most corrupt countries in the word.

What do you think about that?

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Naomi Osaka, her Haitian Father and her Australian Open championship Trophy

Naomi Osaka, her Haitian Father and her Australian Open championship Trophy

Here is a photo of Haitian-Japanese tennis champion Naomi Osaka, her Haitian Father Lenard Francois and her Australian Open championship trophy.

Naomi Osaka is the current US Open and Australian Open champion in women's singles, and No. 1 in the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) rankings, which she achieved in January 2019.

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PHOTO: Naomi Osaka and her Australian Open trophy

PHOTO: Naomi Osaka and her Australian Open trophy

Here is a photo of Haiti-Japanese tennis champion Naomi Osaka holding her trophy after wining the Australian Open.

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PHOTO: Liliane Pierre-Paul, Journaliste Radio Kiskeya Haiti

PHOTO: Liliane Pierre-Paul, Journaliste Radio Kiskeya Haiti

Here is a photo of Haitian Journalist Liliane Pierre-Paul after her radio station Radio Kiskeya burned to the ground in December 2018.

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