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Haiti's understaffed prison services will benefit from nearly 300 new recruits, thanks to a United Nations-backed training programme covering all elements needed for the job, from psychological understanding to respect for prisoners' rights to
Haiti (AP) — Haitian President Michel Martelly has "vigorously condemned" an alleged sexual assault by U.N. troops against an 18-year-old man, an incident that has aggravated mistrust between Haitians and the peacekeeping mission. <
Sunday September 4, 2011 Search About Salem-News.com is the premiere Independent Online Newsgroup in the United States. Shocking video of UN soldiers apparently raping a Haitian teenager raises questions about why these 'peacekeepers' are there at
The United Nations has encouraged all political actors in Haiti to search for a consensus amid the ongoing struggle between President Michel Martelly and Parliament over the confirmation of a new prime minister. Parliament's decision to reject the
Nearly two years has passed since a devastating earthquake hit Haiti and sparked a massive worldwide relief effort to help the residents of one of the poorest nations on earth. However, while it is a place where the need is still very real, the
Interview by Minister of Information JR You are listening to another Block Report with the Minister of Information JR on Hard Knock Radio...Our guest is Pierre Labossiere of the Haiti Action Committee. As President Aristide speaks at the airport on
Robert Buddan Earthquake and tsunami in Japan; uprising and intervention in Libya; oil-price rises and energy crisis around the world; Manatt enquiry and rise in poverty in Jamaica; we are all consumed with these concerns close to home and far away.
Members of the Students for Haiti Solidarity Club have visited the offices of three U.S. legislators recently, encouraging them to speak out against the White House's role in Haiti's presidential elections. "The U.S. needs to stop spending taxpayers'
Ezili Danto (March 18, 2011) Aristide returned to Haiti today. I've not seen such genuine happiness on the faces of Haiti's poor in over seven years. Haiti's former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, his wife, Mildred, behind him, mirrors the crowd's
The former popular president of Haiti, Jean-Bertrand Aristide is back to his home country after seven years of exile Jean-Bertrand Aristide is back to Haiti, and all the people of this country could not have been