Monthly archive

By Yves Engler, Dissident Voice, July 20, 2017 While few Canadians could find Zambia on a map, the Great White North has significant…
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, July 26, 2017 For the fourth time, a large international delegation has traveled to the United Nations…
By Kim LaCapria, Snopes.com, July 17, 2017 Claim: Former Haitian official Klaus Oberwein died in a suspicious suicide days before he was…
By Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald, July 17, 2017 Haiti opened recruitment for its new army Monday, attracting a long line of young…
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, July 20, 2017 Second of two articles Haitian President Jovenel Moïse illegally fired former judge Sonel Jean-…
By Jake Johnston, World Politics Review, July 18, 2017 After 13 years and more than $7 billion, the “touristas” — as the United Nations…
By Naomi Larsson, The Guardian, July 14, 2017 Charitable givers from the US who believe they are helping Haitian orphans are instead…
By Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald, July 14, 2017 A feisty Vanette Joseph slowly navigates her way through a field of debris, passing…
By Nina Lakhani, The Guardian, July 13, 2017 Deep underground, buried in the lush hills of southern Guatemala, lies a veritable treasure…
By Canada.ca, July 11, 2017 The Canadian government is donating 20 million dollars to the Clinton Foundation. The money will distributed…
By BBC News Latin America, July 11, 2017 Haiti's government has launched a campaign to re-establish its army, dissolved more than 20 years…
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, July 12, 2017 First of two articles Last week, Haitian President Jovenel Moïse named two political allies to…
By Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald, July 12, 2017 Klaus Eberwein, a former Haitian government official, was found dead Tuesday in a South…
By Claudia Blume, Médecins Sans Frontières Canada (MSF), July 12, 2017 Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) launched a…
By Mexico News Daily, July 10, 2017 It’s a long way from Port-au-Prince to Tijuana but little by little thousands of Haitian migrants…
By Ryan Mallett-Outtrim, venezuelanalysis.com, July 7, 2017 An overwhelming majority of Venezuelans say they are unwilling to join violent…
By Dawn Paley, Briarpatch Magazine, June 30, 2017  Though Mexico was a punching bag throughout Donald Trump’s successful campaign to…
By Makini Brice, Reuters, July 3, 2017 Haiti could stem its seven-year-long cholera epidemic by the end of 2018 as the number of reported…
By Jamie Vernaelde, Miami Herald OP-ED, July 3, 2017 The youngest of six children, Christine was placed in an orphanage when her mother…
By teleSUR, July 1, 2017 A non-profit organization is helping Haiti with sanitation and waste treatment, as the country has endured…
By Annie Hylton, The Walrus, June 30, 2017 Rosa elbira coc ich says she was cooking at home when the men with guns came on January 17, 2007…
By Milo Milford, Haiti Liberté, June 27, 2017 The workers in Port-au-Prince’s assembly industries have not given up. Under a blazing sun,…
By Yves Engler, rabble.ca, June 23, 2017 If a guy does something bad to someone else, but then complains later when another person does…
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, June 27, 2017 Following a plea deal struck in April, U.S. District Judge Cecilia Altonaga on Jun. 21 in Miami…
By Sheldon Birkett, Council on Hemispheric Affiars (COHA), June 26, 2017 In Ottawa, on May 1st, 2017, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke…
By IJDH, June 27, 2017 Following the United Nations Security Council’s visit to Haiti last week, public pressure on the UN to fund cholera…
By CGNT America, June 22, 2017 CGTN's Elaine Reyes discusses Haiti's new president and the current affairs of the country with Jake…