Section: Politics

Caribbean leaders at Haiti ACS summit to announce steps to reinforce cooperation

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Delegates from the Association of Caribbean States meet in Haiti (photo: HCNN Editor)

Delegates from the Association of Caribbean States meet in Haiti

Delegates from 24 countries in the region expressed the need to reinforce the tourism sector and commercial ties among member States

Haiti's PM Lamothe declares war on corruption, demands transparency

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Lamothe said that his government has declared a war on corruption and demanded a transparent management of public funds

Communique from SOS Journalistes on Jean Dominique's case

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SOS Journalistes - Haiti : The inquiry into the murder case of Jean Dominique resumed

The judge, tasked with investigating the murder case of Haiti’s most famous journalist, Jean Dominique, killed on April 3, 2000, has resumed his questioning sessions by hearing several high-profile personalities whose testimonies are likely to bring a significant contribution to the inquiry.

Who could have had interest in the death of Jean Dominique?

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The investigative judge, working on the murder case of journalist Jean Dominique, has launched a series of new invitations to personalities he wants to question in the framework of his investigation, including former President Rene Preval. Many hope there will be more measurable progress in this investigation that started in 2000.

US Attorney General to speak about crimes in the region at CARICOM summit in Haiti

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The United States Attorney General will be a keynote speaker on the issue of crime and insecurity in the region during a 2-day summit of heads of State and government of the Caribbean Community, that will be launched in Haiti on Monday under the leadership of the Haitian President Michel Martelly, the organization's current Chairman, officials say.