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US lawmakers call for sanctions on Haitian gangs and ‘warlords’

The Daily Herald 30 Sep 2022
A man walks between roadblocks set up by gangs after they waged intense gun battles, shuttering main avenues and a municipal market in the downtown area of the capital, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on July 27 ... against the gangs, which now control vast portions of Haiti’s territory.
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IDB in search of new president

Jamaica Observer 29 Sep 2022
The Caricom countries which are members of the IDB are The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago. Jamaica's Finance and Planning Minister Dr Nigel Clarke was elected as the chair of the IDB Board of Governor in March this year.
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U.N. Security Council open to sanctioning Haiti gangs and those who arm, finance them

The Miami Herald 27 Sep 2022
Members of the United Nations Security Council appear poised to support a U.S.-backed resolution to sanction Haiti’s gang leaders and those arming and financing them, but warned that such measures ... .
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United States pushing for legislation to sanction Haiti’s gang leaders

Jamaica Observer 24 Sep 2022
Speaking during a recent interview, assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, Brian A Nichols, said that gang leaders fuelling Haiti’s worst security crisis in decades — and those who finance and support them, including supplying firearms — “are in the ...
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As violence worsens in Haiti, United Nations orders evacuation of non-essential staff

Finger Lakes Times 24 Sep 2022
Security Council voted to extend the mandate of its Integrated Office in Haiti by a year and expand staffing, and ahead of a meeting Monday on the situation in Haiti. The United States is floating a resolution that would establish a new framework for sanctioning Haiti’s gang leaders, as well as those who supply financing and arms to gangs.
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Biden administration pushing for tough UN sanctions against Haiti gang leaders

Stars and Stripes 23 Sep 2022
Nichols said in an interview that gang leaders fueling Haiti’s worst security crisis in decades — and those who finance and support them, including giving firearms — “are in the crosshairs, and their actions to destabilize Haiti will be met with international travel and financial sanctions.”.
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Haiti’s civil unrest is being financed by economic interests, top Biden aide says

Finger Lakes Times 20 Sep 2022
The ongoing violent protests that have plunged a crisis-wrecked Haiti into a deeper state of chaos and lawlessness are being “financed by economic actors who stand to lose money,” a top aide in the Biden administration on Latin America and the Caribbean said Monday ... “There really is not an easy fix in Haiti.
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Fuel price hike plunges Haiti into near anarchy

The Buffalo News 18 Sep 2022
Officials from two countries that monitor Haiti closely say politicians and businessmen financing the gangs might be exacerbating the unrest, tapping into the general outrage to force Henry to roll back economic measures that hurt their revenues ... And in recent months, Haiti's customs officers, on U.S.
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Haiti descends deeper into economic crisis amid violence

La Prensa Latina 03 Sep 2022
Port-au-Prince, Sep 2 (EFE).- The high cost of living in Haiti is making life difficult for ... Haiti’s economic situation is worrying, the governor of the Bank of the Republic of Haiti acknowledged, given the finance ministry predicting a 0.4 percent contraction of the economy.
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Haiti sinking deeper into catastrophe: Who will save it?

Jamaica Observer 25 Aug 2022
Haiti has never been far from wide-scale human suffering, grave political instability, and grim economic underdevelopment ... What makes this situation worse is that Haiti has no strong institutions to support governance and to address the deep-seated problems of the country.
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Compassion International launches revolutionary NFT collection, created completely in VR

Longview News-Journal 20 Jul 2022
Each piece represents Haiti's countryside and villages, along with the realities the country continues to face due to poverty, unrest, and natural disasters ... Abbel Joseph, senior manager of program support at Compassion Haiti, sees many young people who have the skills, knowledge, and inclination to attend university, but not the finances.
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Haiti's Struggle Worsened in Year Since Slaying of President

Voa News 10 Jul 2022
Not only have authorities failed to identify and arrest all those who masterminded and financed the killing, but Haiti also has gone into a freefall as violence soars and the economy tumbles ... More than 40 people have been arrested in Haiti, including high-ranking police officers and a group of former Colombian soldiers.
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Haiti's struggle worsened in year since assassination

Atlantic City 08 Jul 2022
Not only have authorities failed to identify and arrest all those who masterminded and financed the killing, but Haiti has gone into a freefall as violence soars and the economy tumbles ... More than 40 people have been arrested in Haiti, including high-ranking police officers and a group of former Colombian soldiers.
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Today’s Headlines: Supervisors move to gain the power to unseat sheriffs

The Los Angeles Times 08 Jul 2022
By Laura Blasey and Amy Hubbard ... L.A ... U.S ... Haiti’s struggles have worsened in the year since the slaying of its president. Not only have authorities failed to identify and arrest all those who masterminded and financed the killing of Jovenel Moïse, but Haiti also has gone into a freefall as violence soars and the economy tumbles.HOLLYWOOD AND THE ARTS.
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Haiti’s struggle worsened in year since slaying of president

Federal News Radio 07 Jul 2022
Not only have authorities failed to identify and arrest all those who masterminded and financed the killing, but Haiti has gone into a freefall as violence soars and the economy tumbles ... the killing, but Haiti has gone into a freefall as violence soars and the economy tumbles.

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