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Haitian Times Morning News Roundup

Haitian Times News Roundup – Apr. 22

Haiti

Judge clears Haiti President Moise in money laundering probe

An investigating judge has cleared President Jovenel Moise of any involvement in a money laundering case that the authorities have been probing for the past two years. Continue reading

Dominicans Express Concerns Over UN Withdrawal Haiti

Alterpress reports that Dominican officials have expressed deep concerns over the withdrawal of the United Nations Mission for the Support of Justice in Haiti (Minujusth) scheduled for October.
The departure of the UN mission would aggravate the risks of crisis in Haiti, said one Dominican official. Continue reading

Armed Bandits Vandalized Police Station in L’Artibonite

Armed bandits attacked a police station to release one of their own, forcing policemen to leave the station because they were outnumbered and out armed by gang members.
Bandits of Grand Grif gang of Nan Savien joined forces with of Arnel Joseph’s gang to attack the station last Friday. They burned two vehicles and vandalized the place.
Artibonite police authorities have assured that they have regained control of the situation in La Petite Rivière, radio Television Metropole reports. Continue reading

End of Strike of the Resident Doctors of the State University Hospital

Residents ended their two-week old strike at the State University Hospital of Haiti last Wednesday. An agreement was reached between the residents and the Minister of Public Health and Population, Dr. Marie Gréta Roy Clément.
“A promise to pay was made by the Minister over a six-week period, which resulted in the resumption of operations,” said Dr. Beethoven Romulus, a surgical resident, le Nouvelliste reports. Continue reading

Haiti’s Ministry of Trade and Industry Prohibits the Sale of Certain Products

Ministry of Trade and Industry, in a notice issued last week, prohibits the sale or distribution of adulterated, mislabelled or expired food products. The ministry specifies that breaking these rules would result in the fine of a thousand gourdes per expired product, seized on the shelf, radio Television Caraïbes reports. Continue reading

Caribbean

Haitian Women’s Volleyball Team take their talents to Ace It! Tournament in Trinidad

For the past few weeks, the Women Sports Association of Port-Au-Prince, also known as the AS Tigresses-Tigers have been training endlessly in preparation of their upcoming regional volleyball tournament in Trinidad. Continue reading

Food & Wine

Haitian Star J. Perry Gets Ready to Taste The Islands

Every grand feast needs an epic finale. And you can expect a grand finale at The Taste The Islands Experience, the Caribbean food festival set for April 26-28 in Downtown Fort Lauderdale. Haitian star Jonathan Perry nicknamed J Perry will be performing in concert, concluding the festival’s main culinary showcase on Saturday, April 27. 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.
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Apr. 22, 2019

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