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Eleventh Anniversary of Cite Soleil Massacre by UN forces in Haiti

Eleven years ago on July 6, 2005 United Nations "peacekeeping" forces in Haiti (MINUSTAH, the United Nations Stabilization Mission for Haiti) raided the slum of Cite Soleil. What happened during the raid was disputed, until the following documents were released in response to a Freedom of Information Act request.The State Department's reviewers searched the Central Foreign Policy Records, uncovering
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Murder charges dropped against Haitian man following "absurd" trial in France

Flashpoints Special report by Kevin Pina.In an exclusive interview Pina speaks with Thomas Heinz in Paris, France, the attorney for Haitian citizen Berthony Jolicouer aka Amaral Dulona.PLAY AUDIODuclona was extradited to France for trial after being accused of killing a French citizen. many saw the trial as politicized after the French government accused him of being a gang leader carrying out
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Haiti on Martin Luther King Day

 "We will not obey"HIP Editorial: Haiti on Martin Luther King DayBy Nathan AcaauIn 2010, three days before Martin Luther King Day, a day commemorating a man who symbolizes struggles for economic and social justice in the US, Haitians experienced a violent earthquake. Reflexes of empathy and compassion prompted people the world over to open their heart in spontaneous gestures
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"Nou pap obeyi"  We will not obey!! On MLK Day 2016, do you have the courage to support civil disobedience in Haiti and stand in solidarity with her people as they fight for voting rights, democracy and social justice?  Black Lives Matter – From Haiti to the Bay Pre-March protest in solidarity with the fighting people of HaitiMonday, Jan. 18 – 10:00 a.m. - Join Haiti
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Haiti's "Long March 4 Democracy" Part 1 (Oct. 25-Nov. 25, 2015)

Defiant #Haiti: “We Won’t Let You Steal These Elections!” https://t.co/hU3b0Tq2KJ— HaitiInfoProject (@HaitiInfoProj) November 25, 2015#Haïti : la police tire à balle réelle sur les manifestants https://t.co/DfeufcGj3w https://t.co/grxwYQRWSc— RT France (@RTenfrancais) November 25, 2015#Haiti's 2nd & 3rd largest cities...Okap & Okay erupt in pro-democracy protests today.
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Call to Action 4 Democracy in Haiti

End US complicity in election fraud & violence in HaitiOutrage over Stolen Election Oct. 25 saw massive election fraud in Haiti – ballot stuffing, vote buying, armed coercion, naked vote rigging all the way from polling places to final tabulation. U.N. occupation agencies played a key role in the fraud, which was condemned by voters, most political parties, press, human rights groups,
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Congresswoman Waters Urges Secretary Kerry to Support Free, Fair and Democratic Elections in Haiti

 For Immediate ReleaseContact: Twaun SamuelPhone: (202) 225-2201E-mail: Twaun.Samuel@mail.house.gov    Congresswoman Waters Urges Secretary Kerry to Support Free, Fair and Democratic Elections in Haiti  Calls for Investigation of Election Violence, Fraud and Voter Intimidation  October 5, 2015  Washington, DC,  – Today, Congresswoman Maxine Waters (CA-43), Ranking
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Aristide, Chimeres and the Imperialist Stooges of Haiti

Some recite well-rehearsed lines accusing former president Jean -Bertrand Aristide of drug trafficking while others blithely repeat monstrous tales of how he armed children and killed babies. Yet others now sing that Aristide is a tool in the imperialist arsenal adding an odd syncopated dissonance to the chorus of voices in 2004 that moved from insulting the "rat pa kaka" poor of Haiti to labeling
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Militarized police & new army trained as protests grow in Haiti.

Mounting protests against sham elections and corruption, newly trained paramilitary police units and the upcoming deployment of a new military force trained in Ecuador. PLAY AUDIOSupport HIP coverage of elections in Haiti
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HIP coverage of elections in Haiti

Protesters hit the streets in one of many demonstrations in Port au Prince to demandthe annulment of recent parliamentary elections and an end to corruption in Haiti. Dear Friends and Supporters,Haiti now faces a historical juncture with three rounds of new elections scheduled from August through October 2015. The election timetable is as follows:·      
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