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UK government just destroyed more families as it deported another 35 people to Jamaica

Frea Lockley - The Canary On 6 February, the Home Office deported around 35 people to Jamaica. This came on the same day that the Stansted 15 were sentenced for their role...

US-backed Haitian government agents accused of conducting massacre

By: Jeb Sprague - The Canary In recent weeks and months, people in Haiti have been sharing horrifying videos over social media and WhatsApp. Videos from the Port-au-Prince neighborhood of La Saline reportedly show numerous...

The Dominican Republic’s Political Scene and the road to 2020

By: Ariel Fornari - HaitiAnalysis The ruling PLD's internal struggles and the 2020 elections Over recent weeks and months the possible re-election of President Danilo Medina has sparked a plethora of internal conflicts within the ruling PLD (Partido de...

VIDEO: Haitians Strike Against IMF Friendly President, & Face Paramilitary Violence

Here is a recent interview with RT America on the mass killings of anti-corruption/anti-PHTK protesters in recent weeks, carried out by government and government support groups in #Haiti. The piece also discusses how U.S....

Hold the U.S./U.N. Occupation Accountable

The United Nations, along with the United States and Canada, trains and supervises the murderous Haitian police and oversees Haiti’s horrendous prisons where beatings, torture and killings are routine. Condemn the police killings of...

The PetroCaribe Scandal and its Historical Precedents

Catherine Charlemagne - Haiti Liberte History will likely record the Oct. 17, 2018 demonstration as the real beginning of this PetroCaribe uprising.Clearly, the PetroCaribe affair is gaining momentum. With every passing day, Haitian society becomes...

Tear-Gassing of Belair Funeral Provokes Outrage

Kim Ives - Haiti Liberte When it was learned that at least two people were killed by police bullets outside the church, the mourners marched with the caskets down the hill to the center of...

Deforestation Triggered Mass Extinction of Endemic Animal Species in Haiti

Temple University College of Science and Technology The loss of more than 99% of primary, virgin forests in Haiti is triggering an ongoing mass extinction of reptiles, amphibians, and other species. This deforestation is the...

Who is Jean-Henry Céant, Haiti’s New Prime Minister Nominee?

By Kim Ives - Counterpunch On Sun., Aug. 5, Haitian President Jovenel Moïse nominated two-time presidential candidate Jean Henry Céant, 61, leader of the Renmen Ayiti (Love Haiti) party, to be his next prime minister. If approved by...

A U.N.-backed police force carried out a massacre in Haiti. The killings have been...

Jake Johnston - The Intercept AT 5 O’CLOCK on the morning of November 13, more than 200 Haitian police officers raided the Grand Ravine area of Port-au-Prince. There was a series of loud explosions, followed by...