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Yale study: U.N. accountable for Haiti cholera outbreak

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITIThe United Nations peacekeeping mission in Haiti should be held accountable for introducing cholera into the Caribbean nation, a Yale University report said Tuesday. In the report “Peacekeeping Without Accountability,” researchers from Yale Law School and the Yale School of Public Health said there is ample scientific evidence to show U.N. troops from Nepal inadvertently…

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Haiti to hold parliamentary elections this year -U.S. senator

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MIAMI (Reuters) – Haitian President Michel Martelly plans to hold overdue elections before the end of the year, according to U.S. Senator Bill Nelson, who is on a four-day visit to the Caribbean nation. The elections are needed to fill one-third of Haiti’s 30-member Senate and dozens of municipal posts. Elections were supposed to be…

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Haïti-prostitution : 165 ans de prison pour un pédophile nord-américain

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165 ans de prison, tel a été la sentence  prononcée le mercredi 31 juillet 2013, par un tribunal de Miami contre le ressortissant nord-américain Matthew Andrew Carter qui a été reconnu coupable par ce tribunal pour avoir abusé sexuellement des mineurs en Haïti. La sentence du coupable a été motivée par cinq chefs d’accusation, retenu…

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Version officielle sur la mort suspecte du juge Jean Serge Joseph

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Après avoir auditionné des témoins-clés et acteurs de ce dossier troublant qui n’en finit pas de faire des vagues, les investigateurs recommandent la mise en accusation du Président Michel Martelly, du Premier ministre Laurent Lamothe et du ministre de la justice, Jean Renel Sanon, qui seraient coupables de parjure, la mise à pied -suivie d’un…

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Red Cross Responds To Documentary’s Charges Of Haiti Aid Failure

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As filmmaker Michele Mitchell prepares to screen her new documentary film, “Haiti: Where Did the Money Go?,” on Capitol Hill Tuesday afternoon, the American Red Cross is scrambling to defend itself against the film’s implication that NGOs misused the billions of dollars they raised for Haitian earthquake victims. Mitchell’s documentary, which was produced by Mitchell’s…

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A New Haiti

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We all talk about Haiti. We all want Haiti to do better. We all wish Haiti can provide for its citizens. We all hope Haiti have a better future. The time is now! HaitiWatchdog is making a plea to demand the Haitian Government to use the  funds collected for Haiti earthquake to go to these…

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Haiti… Who’s really in control?

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Haiti has been under occupation ever since the arrival of the  UN  troops in the Island . It appears to be a voluntary renewable contract with the Haitian Government to provide peace and security three months after the Bush Government overthrown Aristide in a coup D’etat. Sadly, it has been a repetition of crimes committed…

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Haiti’s Island “La Gonave” is stolen by US companies for OIL

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In this video, there’s no mention of the Haitian Government as if they already sold La Gonave to LGDA   a US company. The big question remains why they are building a tourist attraction with a major Oil refinery alongside a Petroleum power plant in a tiny island in Haiti. Is it because the  fact…

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The best course for Haiti’s development?

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Which is the best course for Haiti’s development? Manufacturing state Investors in US Canada Europe creating sweat shop assembly in Haiti for low paying jobs. Move the peasants population to the cities to work for maybe 1 dollar a day in assembly lines Importing our daily food from abroad OR Local production state Mandate the…

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A time table for Minustah to leave Haiti should be set by the new Haitian government.

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As we all aware of the crimes committed By the UN soldiers in Haiti: Killings, rapes, cholera, kidnappings, it is imperative that a time table for Minustah to leave Haiti should be set accordingly by the new government. In a joint press conference recently with the secretary of state Hillary Clinton, the president elect Michel…

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