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Haiti to establish ‘Transition Government’ till presidential elections

This decision has been taken by the council of ministry under the leadership of Prime Minister Ariel Henry

Haiti prosecutor invites PM Henry to explain why he spoke to suspects of assassination

The Haiti chief prosecutor invited Prime Minister Ariel Henry on Friday to meet with him next week to explain why he spoke to one of the suspects in the assassination of former President Jovenel Moise on the night of the crime.

Wife of President Jovenel Moïse pleads to international community for help

The widow of assassinated President Jovenel Moïse of Haiti has called on the international community to track down those guilty for the shooting death of her husband during a night attack by suspected mercenaries at the President's home.

Hunger crisis hits Haiti after 7.2 magnitude earthquake

In a tent camp in the mountains of southern Haiti, where hundreds of villagers sought refuge after a powerful earthquake ravaged their homes this month, a single spot of maize was the only food in sight.

CARICOM pledges to provide financial assistance to Haiti

The members of CARICOM have pledged to provide a financial donation to Haiti after the 7.2 earthquakes hit the island country and destroyed more than 53,000 infrastructures and livelihoods. During a special session of the Bureau of Heads of Caricom, the member states stated that this donation would assist in addressing the immediate needs of the nation.

Food for the Poor to provide assisatnce to Haiti

The Haiti island country is receiving more donations from South Florida from Food for the Poor.  

USAID to provide $32 million assistance to Haiti

The administrator - Samantha Power of USAID - US Agency for International Development, on Thursday announced that the organisation would be giving $32 million assistance to Haiti after the 7.2 earthquakes hit the island, killing more than 2,200 residents, destroying 53,000 buildings, including schools, churches, houses and other infrastructure.

UN launches $187.3 million dollars appeal to assist Haiti

The United Nations, with its partners on Wednesday, has launched a $187.3 million dollars appeal to assist half a million people hit by the deadly earthquake in southwestern Haiti on 14 August 2021. As per the statistics, more than 2,200 individuals have died on the island, while more than 12,000 have sustained injuries. 

New judge appointed to probe President Moise’s assassination case

A new judge has been appointed by the Haitian Justice official to oversee the assassination case of President Jovenel Moise. This new name comes more than after a week the previously appointed Judge resigns stating personal reasons in the resignation letter.

Haiti: Death toll of earthquake rises to 2,207; 53,000 homes damaged

The death toll of the 7.2 magnitude earthquake is continuously rising in Haiti; the current statistics of the Civil Protection Agency shows that around 2,207 individuals died in the quake.

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