Haiti - News : Zapping...
Former First Lady Martine Joseph Moïse left the country for the United States with her children on Wednesday. She reportedly traveled to the USA to continue her therapy following the injuries sustained during the assassination of her husband, President Jovenel Moïse [or to get to safety with her children ?]
Murder : People in isolation were not questioned
Contrary to the order of the Commissioner of the Government of Port-au-Prince, Me Bed-Ford Claude that be brought before him for hearing on Wednesday July 28, those who are placed in isolation including Dimitri Hérard https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-34338-haiti-news-zapping.html these were not taken to the Public Prosecutor's Office for an undisclosed reason ...
1/3 of the metropolitan area controlled by gangs
The Cadre de Liaison Inter-Organizations (CLIO), a regrouping of 71 national and international organizations, estimates that a third of the metropolitan area of Port-au-Prince is controlled by gangs and is very concerned by this situation fearing that "The assassination of the President plunge the country into more uncertainty and instability and does not worsen the situation of insecurity [...]"
APH calls for national vaccination
The Association of Pharmacists of Haiti (APH) is asking the Ministry of Public Health to take the necessary steps to extend the vaccination campaign against Covid-19 throughout the national territory.
Olympics Tokyo Tennis : Naomi Osaka eliminated
Great favorite of the tennis tournament of the Tokyo Olympics, the Japanese Naomi Osaka proud of her Haitian origin was eliminated in the round of 16, After winning Sunday 1-6, 4-6 against the Chinese Zheng Saisai, then Monday against Swiss Golubic Viktorija 3-6, 2-6, Tuesday she faced thèque Vondrousova Marketa against whom she lost 6-1, 6-4. See also https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-34316-icihaiti-tokyo-2020-opening-ceremony-of-the-olympic-games.html
Words of Sympathies from the Ministry of Tourism :
The Ministry of Tourism welcomes the departure of the very late Hermann Nau, founding musician of the famous Haitian group Tabou Combo. Hermann Nau has dedicated his life to promoting Haitian culture around the world and moving all kinds of nations to the rhythm of our compass. The legacy of his work and his name will remain in the history of this country's artistic heritage for generations to come. The Ministry of Tourism sends its sincere sympathies to the family, friends, musicians and the cultural sector in general, grieved by this mourning.
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