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By Hilary Beaumont, VICE News, April 27, 2016  Four activists crashed the annual general meeting of the world's biggest gold...
By Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald, April 28, 2016 Acknowledging the opposition by some Haitians and foreign diplomats to any...
By Haiti Election Blog, April 27, 2016   Haiti’s long-awaited, long-debated verification commission will soon see the light of...
By David McFadden, Associated Press, April 25, 2016 The three friends had spent the day stocking up on food in the Haitian capital when...
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, April 27, 2016 Haiti’s Provisional President Jocelerme Privert visited New York this past weekend...
By Mike Blanchfield, Canadian Press, April 20, 2016 A Canadian human rights delegation urged Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion...
By Rosa Freedman & Nicolas Lemay-Hémert, The Conversation, April 26, 2016 What happens when a humanitarian organisation meant to...
By Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald, April 23, 2016 Once more, Haiti is missing an election deadline Sunday — and will not have an...
By Gina Athena Ulysses, Huffpost, April 19, 2016 While I have shed no tears over Kobe aka The Black Mamba‘s retirement, many...
By Mario Hernandez & Camille Chalmers, Libya 360, April 12, 2016 Mario Hernandes interviews Camille Chalmers.  M.H.: Communication...
by Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, April 13, 2016 Haitians in New York City are flocking in great numbers to the campaign of challenger...
By Jake Johnston, Center for Economic & Policy Research (CEPR), April 14, 2016 Interim President Jocelerme Privert has ...
By Ed Pilkington & Joe Sandler Clarke, The Guardian, April 14, 2016 The devastating Haiti cholera epidemic that has claimed...
By Javiera Alarcon, Foreign Policy in Focus, April 4, 2016 They called it the Parsley Massacre. Directed by the ruthless Dominican dictator...
By The Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), April 7, 2016 Haitian-American diaspora organizations and 32 political,...
By Kim Ives, Jacobin Magazine, April 11, 2016 Haiti is no stranger to political crises — and it is in the midst of its most severe...