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By Jake Johnston, Center for Economic & Policy Research (CEPR), April 14, 2016 Interim President Jocelerme Privert has ...
By Ed Pilkington & Joe Sandler Clarke, The Guardian, April 14, 2016 The devastating Haiti cholera epidemic that has claimed...
By Javiera Alarcon, Foreign Policy in Focus, April 4, 2016 They called it the Parsley Massacre. Directed by the ruthless Dominican dictator...
By The Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), April 7, 2016 Haitian-American diaspora organizations and 32 political,...
By Kim Ives, Jacobin Magazine, April 11, 2016 Haiti is no stranger to political crises — and it is in the midst of its most severe...
By Jean-Phlippe Robillard, CBC News, April 6, 2016   Several Quebec police officers engaged in sexual misconduct while working as...
By Yves Pierre-Louis & Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, April 6, 2016 After installing a new government led by Prime Minister Enex...
By Joe Sandler Clarke & Ed Pilkington, The Guardian, April 5, 2016 The United Nations uncovered serious sanitation failures...
By Vassy Kapelos, Global News, March 30, 2016 A December meeting between Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion and his Saudi counterpart...
By Suzanne Daley, New York Times, April 2, 2016   Her husband was away in the fields, she said, when the truckloads of soldiers...
by Yves Pierre-Louis & Daniel Tercier, Haiti Liberté, March 30, 2016 After over a year of de facto government headed by former...
By Jake Johnston, Alternet, March 25, 2016 More than a month after his selection as Haiti’s provisional president, Jocelerme Privert...
By Amy Goodman, Democracy Now, March 24, 2016 Brazil is facing its worst political crisis in over two decades as opponents of Brazilian...
The Following is an appeal from Mario Joseph, Managing Attorney of the BAI.  Dear reader, My country of Haiti has a long history of...
By Yves Pierre-Louis, Haiti Liberté, March 23, 2016 CHAN editor's note: Today, March 23, 2016 Le Nouvellist reported that Enex...
By Center for Economic & Policy Research (CEPR), March 21, 2016 On Sunday, in what had increasingly become inevitable, Fritz Jean, the...