Haitian Times Morning News Roundup

Haitian Times News Roundup – Sept. 10

Beauty & Style

Haitian Designer Runs New Fashion Brand In Vietnam

A new fashion brand, with a combination of French, Caribbean and Vietnamese styles, made its debut in Hanoi, by a Haitian designer, who has shared her love with the Southeast nation country. Continue reading

Sports

3 Things To Know About Naomi Osaka

Haitian-Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka has gained widespread attention and admiration in the Haitian community. On Saturday, 20-year-old Osaka defeated her childhood idol Serena Williams during the U.S. Open Women’s Final. Here are three things to know about the tennis star bringing pride to Haitians across the world. Continue reading

Arts & Culture

Chef Alain Lemaire On Haitian Cuisine And His Drive For Cooking

Award-winning chef Alain Lemaire might best be known for appearing on the Food Network’s hit show Cutthroat Kitchen, but his accomplishments in the kitchen far exceed any television show appearance. Continue reading

Haiti

It won’t be that easy!

Reginald Boulos, chairman of El Rancho, and Maarten Boute, Digicel CEO, are demanding former President Michel Martelly, issue a public apology after the former president “joked” that the Petrocaribe funds were invested in the Marriott Hotel. Continue reading 

UN worries about instability in Haiti.

The Assistant Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, Ms. Bintou Keita, insisted yesterday at the United Nations Security Council on the “volatility” of the situation in Haiti and warned of the “high risk” Of “major troubles”. It deplored the slow progress in adopting laws to improve access to justice and the functioning of the prison administration. Continue reading

Lambert predicts a trial.

Haitian Senate President Joseph Lambert announced a Petrocaribe trial will take place to shed light on the squandering of funds granted under an agreement on petroleum products with Venezuela. Continue reading

Let’s reduce car accidents!

The National Association of Schools of Conduct (ANEC) calls on the authorities concerned to adopt more measures to reduce the number of vehicle accidents registered in the country. Continue reading

IDEA launches its latest publication on the institutionalization of the CEP.

Proposed by IDEA International under the direction of a specialist in the electoral question, Mr. Wodson Bertrand, this 102-page analysis and recommendations document sets out a substantial and succinct reflection on the institutionalization of the Permanent Electoral Council (CEP). Continue reading

 

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The Haitian Times was founded in 1999 as a weekly English language newspaper based in Brooklyn, NY.The newspaper is widely regarded as the most authoritative voice for Haitian Diaspora.
Haitian Times
Sep. 10, 2018

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