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Wolf Hall, president of Titi Loto & T-Sound lottery organization, was released on Sunday after being kidnapped by a gang leader. Ti Lapli, a G9 Family and Allies leader, had claimed responsibility for Hall’s kidnapping last week. Carrefour residents took to the streets last Saturday to demand Hall’s release.
Forty-two new marine police officers received their diplomas in a Port-au-Prince ceremony on Friday.
U.S. immigration officials sent Haitian rapper Daniel Darinus back to Haiti and banned him from entering the United States after a screening at Fort Lauderdale airport on Tuesday, according to Konpa Events Online.
High school students in Petit-Goâve took to the streets Thursday to protest state exams they said contained material that they had not learned in class.
Kidnappers released Johnny Descollines, a former international soccer player, early Friday morning, according to Juno7.
Murdered attorney Monferrier Dorval’s bag was stolen from a Port-au-Prince courthouse on Monday night, according to Robinson Pierre-Louis, the secretary of the city’s bar.
Sunrise Airways will resume daily flights between Port-au-Prince and Cuba starting on Nov. 1, the airline announced in a statement Tuesday.
President Jovenel Moïse wrote on his Twitter account that the prices of diesel and kerosene went down on Tuesday.