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The police of St Raphaël proceeded to the arrest of Ydekson Michel (22), for theft of oxen at Porte 16 a locality of the 4th Communal Section. A 38 caliber firearm was found in his possession. For the moment, the individual is in custody at the St Raphaël police station.
Earthquake : Out of 955 schools assessed, 84% destroyed or damaged
"Of the 2,800 schools in the three affected departments, 955 have been assessed by the Government with the support of UNICEF, and the first results show that 143 schools (15%) of them have destroyed and 658 others (69%) damaged," revealed Bruno Maes, Director of UNICEF-Haiti adding" It will be a race against time because it takes a few weeks to establish safe and protective places of learning for children of these three departments so that they do not miss another school year."
Drug arrest and seizure
During a checkpoint at Carrefour Shada, the police of the jurisdiction of Croix-des-bouquets intercepted, the named Andrice Jean Ohell and Thereus Loubens with in their possession, 1.71kg of Marijuana.
PNH : Muscular operation, 10 arrests, several wounded
On Saturday September 4, during a major police operation carried out by several Specialized Units of the Haitian National Police (PNH) in the Commune of Croix-des-Bouquets, 10 individuals have been arrested. Several armed bandits were injured in crossfire with law enforcement, one policeman sustained minor foot injuries. Keys to several vehicles, telephones, weapons and ammunition of various calibers were seized.
The University Peace Hospital, supplied by WHO
At the request of the Ministry of Health, the World Health Organization (WHO - Haiti) provided 3 pallets of equipment and medical products to the University Hospital of Peace in Port-au-Prince, which since the earthquake of August 14 is on the front line to treat the many victims evacuated to the capital.
Emmelie Prophete finalist for the Prix Ivoire 2021
The novel "Les Villages de Dieu" by Haitian writer Emmelie Prophete (Haiti) is one of the finalists for the Ivoire Prize for African Literature of Francophone Expression 2021.