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Haitian Times Morning News Roundup

Haitian Times News Roundup Apr-25

Haiti

7 People Killed by Gang Members

Armed bandits killed 7 people and wounded 10 others last night in the neighborhood of Carrefour Feuille. According to witnesses, the incident occurred around 9 p.m., radio Television Metropole reports. Continue reading

Gracia Delva Admits Speaking with Arnel Joseph

Senator Gracia Delva confirmed he did indeed speak with gang leader Arnel Joseph, following recents reports that the two had a conversation. Delva said that he was not the only person who had discussions with Joseph and other known gang members. “I speak with everyone, They can all call me, “he said. , le National reports. Continue reading

Two or Three Containers of the Port Terminal of Lafiteau Suspected of Containing Weapons and Ammunition

Paul Eronce Villard, Commissioner of the Government at the Court of First Instance of Port-au-Prince, Tuesday, after hearing, ordered the filing of the names Séide Nathan and Alex Jérôme, two employees of Yves Carlile Charles, head of the port terminal of Lafiteau, for a flagrancy investigation on containers that left this port without authorization” in the disregard of the procedures and customs norms.
Among sixteen containers concerned, two or three are suspected of containing weapons and ammunition. “The port is not closed. Other containers will be checked. If they have to be sealed, it will be done” said Villard, radio Television Caraïbes reports. Continue reading

Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters Asks for a Stoppage of Insecurity in Haiti

“The killings are intolerable, inconceivable and must stop, “said Congresswoman Maxine Waters before leaving the country for the United States on Wednesday. “It is up to the Haitian government to make commitments to know how and why these massacres were perpetrated. U.S. aid to Haiti may be a lever that can be used to encourage the Haitian authorities to do what is necessary, she said, le Nouvelliste reports. Continue reading

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Apr. 25, 2019

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