Haiti – Economy : The Senate met the CSCCA

This week took place a meeting between the Finance and Budget Commission of the Senate and members of the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes (CSCCA), it was discussed the budget issue, the issue of public spending, the role of the Superior Court of Auditors... (more…)

US reviews care of deported Haitian who died .

MIAMI — A Haitian man who suffered cholera-like symptoms and died in his Caribbean homeland after the U.S. deported him had no pre-existing health problems that might have contributed to his death, according to a review of his medical records from his time in immigration custody. (more…)

Haiti: Plane crashes outside northern city

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Haiti's government says a plane has crashed outside the northern coastal city of Cap-Haitien. There is no immediate report on the size of the aircraft or whether there are any casualties. Haiti's Civil Protection Office announced the accident on Twitter. It says only that firefighters are at ... Read More

Should Haiti’s peacekeepers go?

This has not been a good year for the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti. To the allegations that the cholera epidemic that killed up to 6,000 Haitians could be traced to the Nepalese troops, was added a recent video depicting Uruguayan soldiers molesting an 18-year-old boy (more…)

Haiti protesters disrupt Amnesty Int’l presser

 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Supporters of former dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier disrupted a news conference about abuses during his rule on Thursday, shouting down representatives of Amnesty International as they presented a report aimed at spurring his prosecution on charges of torture, murder and other crimes. (more…)
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