Jason Derulo Visits Haiti To Shoot Music Video

Haitian-American pop star Jason Joel Desrouleaux, aka “Jason Derulo”, touched down in Haiti on Saturday, March 17. The singer and songwriter was accompanied by his parents, and welcome to Cap Haitian by Jessy Meno, the minister of tourism. Continue reading

5 Haitian Women To Celebrate For Women’s History Month

The Haitian Times compiled a list of women of Haitian descent who are the movers and shakers in the community. These women range from entrepreneurs, politicians, to human right activists.  Continue reading

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The Pakistan-Ization Of America Is Almost Complete

Following the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, Garry Pierre-Pierre looks at America’s responses to some of its biggest tragedies in the years since September 11. Read this week’s Warped Lens


Fourth Austin bombing possibly triggered by trip wire, police chief says

Hours after what is believed to be the fourth bombing in Austin this month, Chief of Police Brian Manley said it is “very possible” the device in Sunday night’s explosion was triggered by a trip wire. Two men in their 20s, who were either riding or pushing their bicycles, were injured when the bomb exploded in the “Travis Country East” subdivision in southwest Austin. Continue reading


Vladimir Putin Overwhelmingly Wins Another Six Years as Russia’s Leader

Vladimir Putin rolled to a crushing re-election victory Sunday for six more years as Russia’s president, and he told cheering supporters in a triumphant but brief speech that “we are bound for success.” Continue reading

African Union launches ambitious bid for ‘world’s largest free trade area’

Africa’s leaders will gather in Rwanda on Wednesday (March 21) to launch what they say will be the world’s largest free trade area but Nigeria has already pulled out, highlighting the challenge in getting the continent to sign up. Continue reading

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