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Anti-government protests intensify in Haiti

La Prensa Latina 07 Feb 2024
In this context of protests, ex-senator and former rebel leader Guy Philippe made an appearance, announcing in a radio broadcast that he was in Port-au-Prince to “accompany his people” and ...
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Haitians suffering gang violence are desperate after Kenyan court blocks police force deployment

Telegraph Herald 28 Jan 2024
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HaitiRadio stations across Haiti got jammed with calls just hours after a court in Kenya blocked the deployment of a U.N.-backed police force to help fight gangs in the troubled Caribbean country ... .
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Haitians suffering gang violence are desperate after court blocks police deployment

Star Advertiser 27 Jan 2024
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti >Radio stations across Haiti got jammed with calls just hours after a court in Kenya blocked the deployment of a U.N.-backed police force to help fight gangs in the troubled Caribbean country ... .
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Hope Fades in Haiti as Gangs Spread, Outside Help Blocked

Beijing News 27 Jan 2024
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - Radio stations across Haiti were jammed with calls just hours after a court in Kenya blocked the deployment of a U.N.-backed police force to help fight gangs in the troubled Caribbean country.
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Making Mike Sainristil: The unsung hero of Michigan football’s resurgence

Detroit Free Press 01 Jan 2024
PASADENA, Calif. — Now that three years have passed and his time is almost up at this level, he’s finally ready to talk about it ... Alabama ... Sainristil’s father, Carlot, worked at a Port-au-Prince radio station in the 1990s, hosting a show on politics ... ...
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‘I’ll be killed if they find me’: Radio reporter Maxo Dorvil flees Haiti amid gang violence

CPJ 27 Nov 2023
Haitian radio journalist Maxo Dorvil fled the country on November 7, 2023, after reporting that he was shot at twice in less than two weeks near his home on the outskirts of the capital Port-au-Prince.
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In Haiti, murders of journalists go unpunished amid instability and gang violence

CPJ 31 Oct 2023
Dumesky Kersaint never flinched when it came to investigating violence in his gang-controlled suburb of Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince ... neighborhood of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday, October 5, 2021.
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‘The man was circulating among us every day’: How cops nabbed Haiti assassination suspect

Hastings Tribune 26 Oct 2023
... Market in the hills of Port-au-Prince on Oct ... Hérold Jean Francois, a local journalist and director of Radio Ibo in Port-au-Prince, was among those inside the Big Star Market on the day of the arrest.
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Journalist kidnappings on the rise in Haiti as violence spikes

CPJ 24 Oct 2023
On July 21, Blondine Tanis, a host on the local broadcaster Radio Renovation FM, was kidnapped by unidentified people at her home in the Delmas neighborhood of Port-au-Prince.
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Haitian radio journalist’s home destroyed in arson attack

CPJ 31 Aug 2023
... several other houses in the Carrefour-Feuilles neighborhood of Port-au-Prince, according to the journalist, who spoke to CPJ, and his employer, the local independent broadcaster Radio Télé Galaxie.
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Tropical Storm Franklin bears down on Haiti, Dominican Republic

Al Jazeera 22 Aug 2023
11 AM EDT Tuesday, August 22 Key Messages for Tropical Storm #Franklin ... In the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince, Jerome Jean-Pierre, who sells cold sodas from a wheelbarrow, said he heard about Franklin on the radio and planned to stay indoors ... .
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Haitian Journalists at Risk From Arson, Kidnapping, Attack

Voa News 31 Jul 2023
On July 21, unidentified people kidnapped radio host Blondine Tanis near her Port-au-Prince home, demanding a ransom for her return.
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US orders embassy staff, US citizens to leave Haiti as gang violence escalate

Eagle-Tribune 29 Jul 2023
is ordering non-emergency staff at its embassy in Port-au-Prince to leave Haiti, after an escalation in gang violence this week led dozens of Haitian families to seek refuge outside of the embassy compound in the Tabarre neighborhood of the capital.
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U.S. citizens, embassy staff ordered to leave Haiti as gang violence escalates

The Spokesman-Review 28 Jul 2023
is ordering non-emergency staff at its embassy in Port-au-Prince to leave Haiti, after an escalation in gang violence this week led dozens of Haitian families to seek refuge outside of the embassy compound in the Tabarre neighborhood of the capital.
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Haitian radio reporter Blondine Tanis kidnapped amid wave of abductions

CPJ 26 Jul 2023
Tanis’ disappearance came barely a month after another radio journalist, Marie Lucie Bonhomme of Vision 2000, was briefly kidnapped from her home in a gang-controlled neighborhood of Tabarre, on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, on July 13.
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