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Protesting Police Officers Besiege Haiti's Prime Minister at Airport - Reports

Urdu Point 27 Jan 2023
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 27th January, 2023) Police officers, protesting in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince, have attacked the city's airport and besieged Prime Minister Ariel Henry, the Radio Tele Metronome broadcaster reported on Thursday ... On Thursday, barricades of burning tires were erected all over Port-au-Prince.
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UPDATE - Protesting Police Officers Besiege Haiti's Prime Minister at Airport - Reports

Urdu Point 27 Jan 2023
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 27th January, 2023) Police officers, protesting in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince, have attacked the city's airport and besieged Prime Minister Ariel Henry, the Radio Tele Metronome broadcaster reported on Thursday ... On Thursday, barricades of burning tires were erected all over Port-au-Prince.
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Protesting Police Officers Besiege Haiti's Prime Minister at Airport

Sputnik 27 Jan 2023
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Police officers, protesting in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince, have attacked the city's airport and besieged Prime Minister Ariel Henry, the Radio Tele Metronome broadcaster reported on Thursday ....
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Killings of journalists soar in ’22

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 25 Jan 2023
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Killings of journalists around the world jumped by 50% in 2022 compared with the previous year, driven largely by attacks in Ukraine, Mexico and Haiti ... Some were killed by violent street gangs that have basically taken over the capital, Port au Prince, but at least two were shot by police.
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Journalist deaths jumped 50% in 2022, led by Ukraine, Mexico

Sun Star 25 Jan 2023
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Killings of journalists around the world jumped by 50 percent in 2022 compared to the previous year, driven largely by attacks in Ukraine, Mexico and Haiti ... Some were killed by violent street gangs that have basically taken over the capital, Port au Prince, but at least two were shot by police.
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They stole and they freed criminals. Now these Haiti judges are being singled out

Eagle-Tribune 21 Jan 2023
Jacques Lafontant, the chief government prosecutor in Haiti’s largest jurisdiction, Port-au-Prince, and a judge in the Court of First Instance ...Don’t let them arrest you, because you don’t know when you will be released from prison.” In June, things got even worse when a notorious gang took control of the main courthouse in Port-au-Prince.
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Haitian journalist Romelson Vilcin killed during demonstration at police station

CPJ 11 Nov 2022
A few hours before the protest, police detained Dimanche, a journalist for the privately owned broadcaster Radio Téle Zenith, while he covered a political demonstration in Delmas, a commune in eastern Port-au-Prince, according to news reports ... in Port-au-Prince, as CPJ documented.
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Journalist gunned down in Haiti, bringing number killed this year to 8

Anadolu Agency 10 Nov 2022
Fritz Dorilas, who worked for Radio Tele Megastar, was shot dead near his home in the Tabarre neighborhood of the capital Port-au-Prince during gang clashes on Nov ... Less than a week ago, another Haitian journalist, Romelson Vilsaint, died during a protest in Port-au-Prince, and last month authorities found the body of radio journalist Garry Tess.
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Another journalist killed in Haiti as violence continues

Al Jazeera 09 Nov 2022
The association said on Wednesday that Fritz Dorilas, who worked with Radio Tele Megastar, was shot dead near his home in Tabarre, northeast of the capital Port-au-Prince, on November 5 ... Dorilas’s killing came less than a week after a Haitian journalist with Radio Tele Zenith, Romelson Vilsaint, died during a protest in Port-au-Prince.
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8th journalist reported killed in Haiti so far this year

San Francisco Chronicle 09 Nov 2022
Fritz Dorilas, who worked for Radio Télé Megastar, was gunned down near his home in the capital of Port-au-Prince on Nov ... Also last month, authorities found the body of slain radio journalist Garry Tess and reported that Roberson ...
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US sanctions Haitian politicians on drug trafficking claims

The Associated Press 04 Nov 2022
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haiti's National Police said it has received orders to launch an investigation into the death of a journalist who witnesses say was struck in the head by a tear gas canister as officers also opened fire on a group of reporters ...
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Haiti police try to break blockade of crucial fuel terminal

The Associated Press 04 Nov 2022
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haiti's National Police said it has received orders to launch an investigation into the death of a journalist who witnesses say was struck in the head by a tear gas canister as officers also opened fire on a group of reporters ...
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Haiti police to probe death of reporter during gathering

Federal News Radio 01 Nov 2022
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haiti’s National Police said it has received orders to launch an investigation into the death of a journalist who witnesses say was struck in the head by a tear gas canister as officers also opened fire on a group of reporters ... PORT-AU-PRINCE, ...
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Haitian police to probe death of reporter during gathering

Jamaica Observer 01 Nov 2022
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haiti's National Police said it has received orders to launch an investigation into the death of a journalist who witnesses say was struck in the head by a tear gas canister as officers also opened fire on a group of reporters ...
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Haiti to investigate death of journalist struck by tear gas cannister

Reuters 01 Nov 2022
Romelson Vilsaint, who worked for a local radio station, was part of a group gathered outside a police unit in the capital Port-au-Prince on Sunday, when officers opened fire ... Vilsaint's radio station, Radio Generation 80, said he had been at the police station alongside other journalists calling for the release of a peer ... Our Standards ... Video.

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