Violence in Haiti leaves the disabled in further harm, no state support

PORT-AU-PRINCE — In June 2021, a house for people living with disabilities in Delmas 2 went up in flames during a clash between police and the G9 Famille & Allies gang. Residents of the group home accused the police of setting the fire after officers blamed the disabled for “tolerating” the bandits around the camp.…


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Scenes of looting and rioting appeared across Haiti, mainly around the Port-au-Prince capital, as thousands took to the streets in peyilok protests and called for a…

Haiti’s Brazil fans turned out in full force for World Cup

Despite the ongoing violence in Port-au-Prince, scores of Brazil fans gathered in different spots in the capital to watch their team’s opening game in the 2022 World Cup against Serbia on Nov. 24. Supporters went home celebrating after Brazil won the match 2-0. All pictures were taken at Place Boyer and Rue Panaméricaine, both in Pétion-Ville, Port-au-Prince, by Marvens Compere for The Haitian Times.

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