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Sen. Grassley Demands Red Cross Disclose Haiti Spending

Sen. Grassley Demands Red Cross Disclose Haiti Spending — And Gives Them a Deadline JULY 11, 2015 5:00 AM by Justin Elliott This story has been corrected. Sen. Charles Grassley is demanding the American Red Cross explain how it spent nearly half a billion dollars raised after the 2010 Haiti …

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The Mayard Brothers: Thierry and Gregory sleazy to the core

Source : Journal du 8-15 juillet 2015:hO 7/8/15 4:29 AM Page 1 HaitiObservateur /La valse des millions continue/Leo Joseph The Mayard Brothers: Thierry and Gregory: sleazy to the core “In Haiti, almost everyone who becomes a politician immediately discovers how to make money fast. Even with low government salaries, the story …

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Haiti:Ex-police chief Mario Andresol geared up to restore security and lead the country

Mario Andresol: Combatting Impunity, Restoring Security The ex-police chief, Mario Andresol, has decided to run in the Haitian elections. He was a police chief not long ago but was forced out of the profession because of endemic corruption and politics. A man of a few words, Mario knows the real …

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A QUOI SERVAIT LA REVOLUTION DE 1804 ?

Le conflit entre la République Dominicaine et Haïti autour de la déportation des Haïtiens ne date pas de cette semaine ni de ce mois. Depuis le début du millénaire, plusieurs douzaines d’Haïtiens étaient régulièrement arrêtés de façon arbitraire et déportés sur le champ vers Haïti. Ces actes étaient perpétrés tous …

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Le Gouverneur de la BRH Charles Castel doit demissionner!

La Banque Centrale ne controle plus le taux de change. Dans les banques, on affiche un taux selon la volonte d’une banque à une autre. Depuis quelques temps, c’est très difficile d’acheter les dollars dans les banques haitiennes. Le Gouverneur Castel qui ne communique pas aux citoyens laisse la population …

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Nathalie Mondesir: This Could Be The Year Kenscoff Sends Its First Woman To Parliament

Nathalie Mondesir: A female with all the skills to be a great politician One of the youngest people to run for the Haitian parliament is Nathalie Mondesir. Born in Port au Prince in 1989, this 28 year old female has decided to give it a go and make a change …

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Forced Deportation of Haitians: Are Dominicans Racists?

  The Dominican Republic recently approved for deportation of Haitians who have been working on the island for years and in some cases decades. In fact, many Haitian children have been born in the Dominican Republic and never even been to Haiti. Even though it was expected that that the …

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