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Friday, November 12, an earthquake of 5.0 was recorded in the south of Grande Anse. The epicenter was located at 18.30 degrees North and 74.33 degrees West at a depth of 9km. No damage or casualties have been reported so far.
DR : At least 130 pregnant women deported
UNICEF has been informed that at least 130 pregnant women and women with newborns seeking care in the Dominican Republic have been detained or deported to Haiti this week.
According to official Dominican figures, the number of Haitian women in an irregular migratory situation who gave birth in Dominican hospitals increased from 14,695 in 2018 to 24,374 women in 2021 against 58,145 deliveries of Dominican women this year.
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Arrest warrants against 10 police officers
The investigating judge in charge of the investigation into the assassination of Jovenel Moïse, Garry Orélien, issued warrants against a dozen police officers who were guarding at the level of the President's residence. Those concerned are agents of the General Security Unit of the National Palace (USGPN) and CAT TEAM. Some of them have already been heard by the magistrate.
Dominicans leave Haiti
Dominicans residing in Haiti are starting to leave this country due to growing insecurity and social, economic and political instability, while Haitians who live in the Dominican Republic irregularly do not want to return to Haiti is the This is why their number is reduced in the streets to avoid being arrested by the Migration Inspectors.
Radio Télé Metropole stops broadcasting
"This is an unprecedented crisis," said Radio Télé Métropole CEO Richard Widmaier. After having reduced its broadcasting time for lack of fuel https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-35197-haiti-flash-for-lack-of-fuel-media-reduce-their-diffusion-or-stop-broadcasting-partial-report.html , he said he was forced to announce the interruption of emissions on the FM band. This is the third time that the broadcast has been interrupted in the 50 years of the radio's existence, the first time after the dictatorship's offensive against the press (November 1980) and the second time after the earthquake of January 12, 2010.
Justice : Joverlein Moïse absent before the Investigating magistrate
Wednesday, Joverlein Moïse the eldest son of President Jovenel Moïse assassinated on August 7, 2021 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-34162-haiti-flash-president-jovenel-moise-assassinated-by-mercenaries-official-updated-7am-+-video.html who resides in Canada did not appear at the Investigating Office of the Investigating Magistrate Gary Orélien. His lawyers spoke of the need for measures to be put in place to guarantee the safety of their client.