Haitian man arrested for 2003 Florida murder

After 15 years on the run, Rony Ulysse, 42 is back in the United States where he’s facing first-degree murder charges. Ulysse was arrested in Haiti and extradited to Central Florida where he’s being held without bail at the Seminole county jail. Continue reading

Haiti girls empowered by Flagstaff knowledge

Days For Girls, which through the work of volunteer seamstresses, creates feminine hygiene kits that are reusable. The kits include soap to wash a set of soft cotton panty liners, a holder for the liners, ziplock bags to store used and unused liners and a menstrual calendar so that menstruation can be both tracked and anticipated. Continue reading


Fabrice Tardieu might be the most famous fashion designer you’ve never heard of

Designing shoes has been in his blood since his childhood when his parents owned a small shoe-making factory in Port-au-Prince and he would customize the shoes made there. After stints working for major fashion houses in Paris, including Giorgio Armani, Fabrice Tardieu moved to South Florida, where he eventually launched his shoe brand. Continue reading


Rex Tillerson Out as Trump’s Secretary of State, Replaced by Mike Pompeo

President Trump announced on Tuesday that Mike Pompeo, now the C.I.A. director, will become secretary of state, replacing Rex W. Tillerson, ending his short but tumultuous tenure as the nation’s chief diplomat. Mr. Tillerson found himself repeatedly at odds with Mr. Trump on a variety of key foreign policy issues. Continue reading


Cuba: After High Election Turnout, Council of State Vote Awaits

With voter turnout for Cuba’s legislative election Sunday at almost 80 percent, the island completed the second stage of its general elections that will culminate in the election of a new executive in April. Continue reading

Kenya plans to open more embassies in West Africa

Kenya intends on opening up three more embassies in West Africa before the end of the year in a bid to extend its reach in a region Nairobi has often been accused of ignoring. Continue reading

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