Haiti - News : Zapping...
On Thursday, November 11, the Haitian National Police escorted government tankers to the Varreux terminal. However, the drivers at the site waited hours without being able to fill their tanks or leave the area due to heavy fire from the bandits controlling the area. The day before, 2 government tankers were able to leave the Varreux terminal with 8,000 gallons of fuel.
Buses and hostages released
Thursday, Changeux Méhu, the President of the Association of Owners and Drivers of Haiti (APCH) confirmed that the hijacked bus and the passengers taken hostage Wednesday afternoon https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-35220-haiti-news-zapping.html were released Thursday by the kidnappers without payment of ransom.
Arrest of rapist of 10-year-old girl
Jean Pierre Exantus (30) was arrested and charged with the rape of a 10-year-old girl in the toilets of the Gérard César School, in Saint-Marc (Dept. Artibonite). The individual admitted to facts indicating that he had acted while under the influence of alcohol.
DR : 53 pregnant Haitians expelled
Wednesday, November 10, 83 Haitian migrants (28 men and 55 women including 25 pregnant) were repatriated by the Dominican authorities at the border at Belladère (Center). Thursday, November 11, 45 women, 28 of whom are several months pregnant, were repatriated to Belladère by the Dominican migration services. See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/article-35171-haiti-rep-dom-fin-des-services-de-sante-aux-haitiens-illegaux-sauf-en- emergency.html
3 women kidnapped brutalized and raped
3 women kidnapped on Saturday, November 6 in the district of Guy Malary, in Hinche, were brutalized and raped by their captors, according to the testimony of one of the victims who was released the day after the events. The kidnappers are asking for $25,000 to release the other two hostages.
Death of Jean Robert Bonhomme
"Jean Robert Bonhomme, the Administrative Director of the Ministry of the Environment left too early and leaves a great void for all of us. I had the privilege and the honor to work with a great man, a serious, responsible, dynamic colleague with a great sense of the State and a feeling of belonging to the Ministry. May we remember the strong and happy moments shared with our friend Jean Robert Bonhomme. Rest in peace !" James Cadet Minister of the Environment
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