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iciHaiti - PNH : Two kidnappers mortally wounded, one arrest

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09/11/2021 10:26:26

Haiti - News : Zapping...
Special units of the PNH against the "G9"
On Monday at Bas Delmas and at Cité Soleil, bursts of automatic weapons were reported. Violent clashes have been reported in these areas between members of the "G9" gang coalition and PNH special unit agents who are trying to dislodge the bandits blocking access to the Varreux oil terminal. No report has been communicated on this police operation so far

Boxing : Death of promoter Jacques Deschamps Fils
Sunday, November 7 in the evening the promoter of International Boxing, Jacques Deschamps Fils (68), died of a heart attack.

Petit-Goâve : 6 people kidnapped in 48 hours
In Petit-Goâve, no less than 6 people were kidnapped over the weekend by bandits from Martissant. Among them, the houngan Paul Joseph alias Evè and four tradespeople. The kidnappers, who also seized the cargo truck carrying the victims, they would demand a ransom of one million dollars in exchange for the release of the hostages.

10,831 Haitians repatriated in October
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) provided assistance in Port-au-Prince in October to a total of 10,831 Haitian migrants repatriated from the United States, Mexico, Cuba, the Bahamas and the Turkish islands-and-caiques, or brought back by the American Coast Guard.

USA : The hostages would be alive
The American Government "has seen the proof" that at least some members of the group of American missionaries kidnapped in Haiti on October 16 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-35012-haiti-flash-at-least-fifteen-american-missionaries-kidnapped-in-port-au-prince.html are alive, according to a senior official in the Biden administration who requested anonymity and declined to provide further details.

See also :
https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-35112-icihaiti-insecurity-the-pnh-has-proof-that-the-16-american-hostages-are-alive.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-35094-haiti-flash-joe-biden-sends-a-large-number-of-specialists-to-release-the-american-hostages-in-haiti.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-35037-haiti-flash-the-gang-400-mawozo-demands-one-million-dollars-for-the-release-of-each-american-hostage.html
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-35012-haiti-flash-at-least-fifteen-american-missionaries-kidnapped-in-port-au-prince.html

Crisis : international indifference
The international community is not paying attention to what is happening in Haiti, says the president of the Force populaire. This nonchalance of the international community is of great concern to the leaders of the Dominican political sphere, affirms the ex-President Leonel Fernández.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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