Posts Tagged: haiti

Is Washington again using hurricane disaster aid to Haiti as a Trojan Horse?

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The images and accounts of Haiti’s devastation following Hurricane Matthew’s passage on Oct. 4 are gut-wrenching.

Hurricane Matthew devastates Haiti’s southern peninsula

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Hurricane Matthew, a Category 4 storm with sustained winds of 140 mph, slammed into Haiti’s southern peninsula in the early morning hours.

Martelly renews pledge to restore disbanded military force

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Martelly has renewed his 2011 campaign pledge to restore the Armed Forces of Haiti.

U.S. oversight of Haitian affairs spelled out at Senate hearing

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Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) opened the hearing with a banal review of Haiti’s political and economic situation and without the slightest criticism o...

Haiti: Tens of thousands foil fraudulent elections

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Many thousands marched over ten miles up Port-au-Prince’s Delmas road to Pétionville then back down the Bourdon road to the capital’s central squ...

Election Council member’s resignation a blow to Haiti’s electoral process

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Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) member Néhémy Joseph submitted resignation letters to both President Martelly and his colleagues at the CEP.

Aristide denounces ‘electoral coup’

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Excitement grew in the days before Aristide’s statement as Lavalas leaders announced it would happen in meetings and on radio shows.

Plan Lanmó: The Clintons, Foreign Aid and NGOs in Haiti

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The Clintons' destructive legacy in Haiti

The mysterious gap in Hillary Clinton’s Haiti emails

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In this age of near-total U.S. government secrecy, the truth about Washington’s actions is rarely found in the heavily redacted documents it sometim...

Haiti, chronicle of an electoral crisis

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"Even if Haitian leaders had a hundred years and a hundred billion dollars to prepare for the elections, the result would have been the same. It is no...