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Thursday morning, in the area of Martissant, a van was the target of shots that made four wounded by bullets.
Demonstrations : 20 dead and 60 injured
According to the balance of the Episcopal Commission Justice and Peace (EC/JILAP) about 20 dead and more than 60 shot wounded in the 10 departments of the country have been recorded since the beginning of violent demonstrations against the power in place. "The President of the Republic must make a wise decision to prevent the situation from escalating," urges the EC/JILAP.
UNICEF flies to rescue hospitals
Earlier this week, Unicef donated 51,360 gallons of diesel and 521 60-liter oxygen tanks for the operation of 29 hospitals affected by socio-political instability. However, this aid wielcomed is insufficient as the needs are great. Thus, the reference hospital Sainte Croix de Léogâne, has pressing needs for fuel and oxygen for its patients in emergency situation.
Investigation into the assassination of activist Ti Ronald
Inspector Gary Desrosiers, deputy spokesman for the National Police of Haiti (PNH), said there has been an investigation into the killing of the activist known as "Ti Ronald" shot in the area of the Champ de Mars.
The Alpha Haiti Incubator in Chile
A delegation from the incubator Alpha Haiti participated in Santiago, Chile from October 6 to 10 at the 12th edition of the "Iniciativa Americas Competitiveness Exchange" (ACE), a summit that aims to promote exchanges and the sharing of experiences between various Latin American and Caribbean countries on Innovation and Entrepreneurship in order to develop competitiveness through the integration of technologies.
Seizure of a mysterious suitcase
Chief Inspector Gary Desrosiers, deputy spokesperson for the Haitian National Police, confirmed that a motorcycle and a suitcase containing an illegal weapon and several mobile phones on the Delmas road were seized during a protest by political opposition stating that no individual had been arrested.