Section: Politics

Militants Demonstrate in Haiti

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Protests, Haiti (photo: Unknown - Twitter source)

Protests, Haiti

Thousands of militants hold both pro and anti government demonstrations

UN now open to address all aspects of Haiti cholera issue, says Minister

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Haiti's Foreign Affairs minister said on Tuesday the United-Nations has now agreed to discuss all aspects of the consequences of the cholera epidemic blamed on UN blue berets from Nepal.

Haiti PM proved right in libel lawsuit against US-based Weekly

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Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe (photo: Guy Delva)

Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe

The editor of a US-based on line newspaper, Leo Joseph, who had accused Haiti's Prime minister of using his office to force a bankrupt telephone company to sell its assets below market value, agreed this week to publish a sworn declaration presenting the content of his article as fabricated.

Washington calls Haiti's Parliament singularly unproductive

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Adams (photo: Rachel)

Adams

The United-States government has called on Haitian lawmakers to pass a number of key laws likely to facilitate development goals in Haiti, calling the Caribbean country's current legislature singularly unproductive.

Haiti arrested activist wanted for murder taken to Parliament for refuge

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