Candlelight Gala for Haiti: Planting Seeds of Hope & Encouragement
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) - The Candlelight Gala for Haiti is coming up, Saturday April 13. The evening is all to support SEED International & Medic Samaritan, and the group's work in Haiti. The event ...
Shooting leaves 2 boys wounded in Miami's Little Haiti
MIAMI - Police are investigating a shooting that left two boys wounded Thursday night in Miami's Little Haiti neighborhood. Miami police Officer Kiara Delva said the shooting occurred shortly before 9 ...
An American security contractor at the center of a mysterious case roiling Haitian politics says that he and a group of fellow veterans were sent to Haiti on a mission to protect a businessman signing ...
Protests Continue in Haiti With New Details About Role of U.S. Mercenaries
The attempt to identify human remains found in Arizona's Sonora Desert underscores the plight of illegal immigrants attempting to enter the United States. Over decades, Hazel Iona Stiles created an ...
Port-au-Prince (AFP) - Haiti's President Jovenel Moise on Thursday named a new acting prime minister, Jean-Michel Lapin, after lawmakers voted to censure his predecessor's six month old government. ...
Caribbean leaders meet with Trump, say he promises renewed U.S. engagement in region
The leaders of five Caribbean nations sympathetic to the Trump administration’s hard line on Venezuela spent Friday discussing the South American nation, as well as how the United States can … Click to Continue »
U.S. sanctions on Venezuela are affecting Caribbean nations’ ability to pay for oil
For more than a decade, an energy alliance with Venezuela guaranteed a stable flow of oil to desperate Caribbean and Central American nations as they purchased millions of barrels on … Click to Continue »
Amid crisis, Rubio visits Haiti to urge dialogue between president and opposition
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio is headed to Haiti, where he plans to spend the day on Wednesday urging dialogue between the country’s embattled president and opposition parties calling for his … Click to Continue »
Haiti’s latest government falls after six months as lawmakers fire prime minister
Another Haiti government has been ousted. Haiti’s Lower Chamber of Deputies fired Prime Minister Jean Henry Céant and his government on Monday, deepening uncertainty amid a political and economic crisis … Click to Continue »
How a trip to Haiti had a profound effect on world No. 1 tennis player Naomi Osaka
When a courtside reporter at the Australian Open last year asked Naomi Osaka how proud she felt representing her American and Japanese cultures, Osaka quickly and politely set the record … Click to Continue »
L'opposition exclut la cohabitation - Procès Clifford Brandt : Perpétuité requise - Opération de la PNH au Village de Dieu - J-C Moïse salut la démission de Céant - Le CFI évalue les conséquences de la crise - Lancement du réseau mondial ARISE en Haïti..
Haïti - Politique : Démarche d'appui au développement des filières porteuses de l'économie
Dans le cadre du développement des filières porteuses de l'économie, le Ministère du Commerce et de l'Industrie estime qu'il y a lieu d'appuyer les entrepreneurs et de canaliser les efforts qu'ils déploient dans la création de richesse...
Jovenel Moïse confirme sa rencontre avec Donald Trump - Le MOPOD met en garde - Le Ministre Brunet en mission d'apaisement à la frontière - Audience Clifford Brandt renvoyée à huitaine - Formation sur la gestion des déchets biodégradables
Haïti - FLASH : Interpellation, divergence majoritaire au Sénat, le PM saisie la justice
13 Sénateurs ont adressé une correspondance au sénateur Carl Murat Cantave, Président du Sénat pour lui exprimer leur désaccord avec la décision du bureau qui persiste à vouloir tenir une séance d'interpellation
Haïti - Économie : Le secteur pétrolier en profond désaccord avec la décision du BMPAD
Suite à l'annonce de Fils-Aimé Ignace Saint-Fleur, Directeur Général le Bureau de Monétisation des Programmes d'Aide au Développement (BMPAD), d'autoriser les compagnies pétrolières en Haïti de procéder aux achats de carburant...
Haïti - Economie : Des centaines de cubains viennent s'approvisionner chaque semaine à Port-au-Prince
Le nombre de cubains qui viennent faire leurs achats en Haïti continue d'augmenter, chaque semaine et ce sont des centaines à parcourir les rues de la capitale la capitale ou à se bousculer au marché Hippolyte
The opposition excludes cohabitation - Trial of Clifford Brandt : Perpetuity Required - Operation of the PNH in the Village de Dieu - J-C Moïse greet the resignation of Céant - The CFI assesses the consequences of the crisis - Launch of the ARISE global...
Jovenel Moïse confirms his meeting with Donald Trump - The MOPOD warns - Minister Brunet on a mission to appease the border - Audience of Clifford Brandt postponed - Training on biodegradable waste management -
Haiti - FLASH : Interpellation, majority divergence in the Senate, the PM seized justice
13 Senators addressed a correspondence to Senator Carl Murat Cantave, President of the Senate, expressing their <b>"disagreement with the decision of the Bureau, which persists in holding a interpellation session...
Haiti - Economy : The oil sector strongly disagrees with the decision of the BMPAD
Following the announcement of Fils-Aimé Ignace Saint-Fleur, Director General of the Office of Monetization of Development Assistance Programs (BMPAD), to allow oil companies in Haiti to proceed with fuel purchases...
Protests in Haiti may have halted, but its fragile institutions still struggle
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti — Nine days after Haiti’s violent street protests began on February 7, 2019, the government finally broke its silence and civil unrest came to a halt. An increase in food prices has prompted residents of Port-au-Prince and other major cities to demonstrate against the endemic corruption contributing to the country’s socio-economic […]
Protracted crisis in Venezuela leads to alarming escalation of tensions
NEW YORK, USA — The “protracted crisis” in Venezuela has led to an “alarming escalation of tensions”, Rosemary DiCarlo, the UN’s political and peacebuilding chief, told the UN Security Council on Tuesday. She said that the “grim reality” facing the country, according to available information, showed a deteriorating economy, with citizens dying of preventable causes, […]
As St Kitts-Nevis tries to reassure economic citizens, critical article mysteriously disappears
By Caribbean News Now contributor BASSETERRE, St Kitts — Following a series of reports by Caribbean News Now regarding rampant fraud in the St Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment programme (CIP), which were recently picked up by Gulf News – a widely read publication in the Middle East – the government has been engaged […]
Bahamas government pushes back over latest US travel advisory
By Sloan Smith NASSAU, Bahamas — The US Department of State on Monday reissued a level two travel advisory for The Bahamas, warning US citizens to “exercise increased caution” when visiting the country due to crime. However, minister of tourism Dionisio D’Aguilar on Tuesday called the warning “negligible”, and insisted that the government will push back […]
Antigua and Barbuda gets high world ranking for rule of law
WASHINGTON, USA — The World Justice Project, headquartered in Washington, DC, has ranked Antigua and Barbuda at number three in the Caribbean in relation to upholding the rule of law. Only Barbados and St Kitts and Nevis surpass Antigua and Barbuda. The World Justice Project released its annual report for 2019 this morning in Washington. […]