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Haitian Times Morning News Roundup

Haitian Times News Roundup – Jan. 04

Immigration & Migration

Trial to Begin in Fight to Challenge Trump Haiti TPS Decision

Federal trial begins Monday to protect more than 50,000 immigrants and their families from being forcibly separated by deportation. Haitian immigrants and allies to rally at the opening of the federal trial to halt possible deportations Continue reading

Haiti

Level of Cholera in Haiti for 2018

From January to October 2018, the Ministry of Public Health and Population reported 3,430 suspected cholera cases and 38 deaths. In the last three months, from August to October 2018, 550 suspected cases and 5 deaths have been reported, Radio Metropole reports Continue reading

Haiti: Religions for Peace Expects Official Mandate from President

The Secretary General of Religions for Peace is calling on the President and the Prime Minister to sign a decree making them an official mediator that officials can lean on for guidance in case of a political crisis, Le Nouvelliste reports. Continue reading

2019 National Carnival Will be held in Gonaives

Gonaïves will host the national carnival for 2019 whose theme “Ann chita pale pou Ayiti”(Let’s talk for Haiti) , on March 3,4 and 5. Fifteen musical bands producing the best carnival songs will participate in the 3- day parade, Radio Television Caraibes reports. Continue reading

Haiti: Nemours Jean-Baptiste music school Honors Le Nouvelliste

The Nemours Jean-Baptiste Foundation gave an award to this newspaper for its support of music and the arts in general, Le Nouvelliste reports Continue reading

Haiti: Jovenel Moïse Visits Pelerin 5 Neighborhood

President Jovenel Moïse went to Peletin 5 last Sunday, to meet residents of the area. Residents have been furious over the lack of security and poor living conditions, Radio Television Caraibes reports. Continue reading

Opinion

Imagine What 2019 Could Be For Haiti

2019 – While I understand these views may be subject to be dismissed as just a utopia, they are nevertheless my heartfelt sentiments and wishes for the country.  Continue reading

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Jan. 04, 2019

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