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By Observatoire Citoyen de L’Action des Pouvoirs Publics en Haiti (OCAPH), June 24, 2015 Observatoire Citoyen de L’Action...
By Samuel Maxime , Haiti Sentinel, June 24, 2015 17 years after seceding from Haiti, the Dominican government did something that brought...
By Toula Drimonis, Ricochet, June 24, 2015   When Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Díaz was recently in Montreal, I...
By Anne Eller, Haiti Liberté, June 24, 2015 Over the past two years, a legal nightmare has grown in the Dominican Republic. Taking...
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, June 24, 2015 Around 100 A.D., the Roman poet Juvenal remarked that Rome, its empire rapidly declining,...
By Amelie Baron, Agence France-Press (AFP), June 21, 2015  Mileyda Benacio is 19 years old, seven months pregnant and effectively...
By Thomas Péralte, Haiti Liberté, June 17, 2015 Former Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe, previously considered the preferred...
By Merco Press South Atlantic News Agency, June 17, 2015 The Organization of American States (OAS) will send an Electoral Observation...
Haitian workers facing deportation by Dominican neighbors  By Azam Ahmed, New York Times, June 16, 2015  Hundreds of thousands of...
By Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald, June 12 Former Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe who lobbied politicians in Washington, pleaded...
By Emma Roser, Columbia Reports, June 11, 2015 Half of Colombia’s Indigenous population is at risk of disappearance, according...
By Yves Pierre-Louis, Haiti Liberté, June 10, 2015 Poor governance and corruption under President Michel Martelly’s regime has...
By RT (Russian Television), June 10, 2015 UN peacekeepers deployed in Haiti engaged in “transactional” sexual relationships for...
By Professor Francois Pierre-Louis & Jake Johnston, the REAL news, June 7, 2015 CUNY Assoc. Prof. Francois Pierre-Louis and CEPR...
By Roger Annis, June 10, 2015 On June 3, ProPublica and National Public Radio each published studies into the spending by the American Red...
By Justin Elliott, ProPublica, June 3, 2015 The neighborhood of Campeche sprawls up a steep hillside in Haiti’s capital city, Port-au...