Feb. 11, 2021 - The Haitian Minister of Foreign Affairs said Wednesday that it’s too late in President Jovenel Moïse’s term to start a dictatorship, as some have alleged.
Feb. 10, 2021 - Since scores of residents believe that President Jovenel Moïse’s term ended Sunday but he’s unwilling to leave office, they’ve been choosing officials to replace him themselves. Moïse’s two unofficial successors so far are Joseph Jean-Louis and Carl-Heins Charles.
Feb. 09, 2021 - About 30 Haitian migrants have been stuck at a beach in Necocli, Colombia for months. Some were attempting to travel from Brazil to the United States, but could not continue further because the border between Colombia and Panama is closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Feb. 07, 2021 - They planned to assassinate him, he said, there've been countless ongoing violent protests against him, members of the United States Congress said that his time is up. Despite it all, President Jovenel Moïse is still in office.
Feb. 05, 2021 - Three police officers and a former policeman who plotted an attack in support of a “political movement” were stopped by other officers, the Haitian National Police said in a public note on Wednesday.
Feb. 05, 2021 - Anthony “Tony” Barbier, an acclaimed politician and professor, died at 74 years of age of respiratory problems last week in Haiti. He was married to Liliane Pierre-Paul, a prominent Radio Kiskeya reporter.