Insecurity in Haiti - Real of Fake?

Insecurity in Haiti - Real of Fake?

Every time something bad happens anywhere in the entire Republic of Haiti, the media talks about "insecurity in Haiti."

If two "bouretye" fight over a woman in the streets and one of them ends up hurting the other. there's "insecurity in Haiti."

It's a very popular phrase in Haiti, tough in the United States it's different. You may year about Food Insecurity in the United States, or Housing insecurity in the United States, but plain old "insecurity in the United States," the media doesn't say it like that.

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A delegation of six vehicles were crusing through St Marc en route to Bonbardopolis, Nord-Ouest Haiti, when one of the vehicles was hijacked by individuals who identify themselves as the Arnel Gang.

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The American Citizen Services Unit at the US Embassy of the United States in Port-au-Prince has just issued a warning to US citizens travelling through the Martissant area...

Read: SCOOP: US Embassy in Haiti warms US citizens against traveling trough Martissant

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