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Covid-19 : Death of Father Jean Julien Estiverne
The Archdiocese of Port-au-Prince informs us that on Saturday October 23, 2021, Father Jean Julien Estiverne, parish priest of the Sacré Coeur de Vialet Parish, (Petit-Goâve) died from complications from Covid-19. The Archdiocese of Port-au-Prince "wishes the soul of the deceased to rest in peace in divine mercy."

Serious fire in Limonade
Saturday evening a serious fire broke out in Limonade near the bus station. Witnesses report that the explosion of a fuel drum is the cause of the fire. Several houses were engulfed in flames.

Security : Government commitment
On Sunday 24 October, a Special Superior Council of the National Police (CSPN) on the issue of insecurity was held at the Prime Minister's office with the participation, among others, of the Prime Minister ai Ariel Henry, the Minister of Justice Liszt Quitel and the new Director General of the National Police of Haiti (PNH), Frantz Elbé. The Government intends to do everything in its power to address the problem of insecurity and the energy crisis. To be continued…

Cap-Haitien : More than 2,000 Gourdes per gallon of gasoline
On Saturday in Cap-Haitien, a gallon of gasoline was selling for up to 2,000 gourdes on the black market ...

The French Embassy closed
Due to the nationwide protest movements against the fuel shortage and the insecurity in the country scheduled from October 25, 2021 and considering the seriousness of these calls and the potential risk of violence they could generate, like some other embassies and international organizations, the Embassy of France will be closed to the public on Monday, October 25.

FIFA : Our Grenadiers gain a place
In the latest FIFA ranking published this week, our Grenadiers have gained a place and are now 86th in the world with 1,268.05 points. They remain 10th at CONCACAF level.

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