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Haiti - News : Zapping...
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOOA) confirms that Storm Fiona has now become a Category 1 hurricane with winds up to 130 km. Report of this morning 5:00 a.m. : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-37671-haiti-flash-storm-fiona-is-expected-to-become-a-hurricane.html
USA : Brian Nichols soon in Haiti
State Department Secretary of Hemispheric Affairs Brian Nichols will travel to Haiti in the coming days to learn first-hand the details of the country's social, economic, and political crisis and to see if he can move forward and reach an agreement with the living forces of this country...
Haiti sinks into anarchy
Demonstrations are multiplying and becoming increasingly violent in Port-au-Prince and other major provincial towns, with looting, stone-throwing, fires and the total blocking of activities... See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-37665-haiti-flash-the-fever-of-looting-seizes-the-demonstrators.html
"70% of the antennas are still in operation. Since early Saturday morning, supply operations have been underway at the national level to "catch up" the delay caused by the unrest of the last few days. Even if the situation remains calm, it will take several days to come back to normal," informs Maarten Boute of Digicel
The National Ambulance Center is dysfunctional
"The Call Center no longer works, paramedics cannot cross the barricades, the National Ambulance Center (CAN) has become dysfunctional for the moment," confirmed Didier Hérold Louis Director of CAN.
Jean Charles Moïse evokes a council of wise men to govern
Former Senator Moïse Jean Charles, leader of the radical opposition party "Pitit Dessalines", announces a day of demonstration in Cap-Haitien, Tuesday, September 20, 2020. He demands the departure of Prime Minister Ariel Henry and the establishment of a council of elders after he left to lead the country for a year.