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The Embassies in Haiti of Germany, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Spain, the United States, France, Japan, Mexico, Switzerland and Taiwan; the representations of the European Union, the United Nations and the Organization of American States (OAS) are highly concerned by the blocking of Terminal Varreux as well as its humanitarian impact, in particular the resurgence of cholera, and call for an immediate humanitarian truce to allow the release of fuel for urgent needs.
Popular justice : 3 bandits killed
On the night of October 2nd to 3rd, Eric Prophet, alleged gang leader of Croix-Saint-Joseph in Port-de-Paix, was lynched. Two other bandits Mackenson and Mme Lemoine thus known were also killed.
Les Cayes : More than 90 people arrested
Pierre Yves Lesage, Spokesperson for the National Police of Haiti (PNH) in the South Department, informed that more than 90 people were arrested in connection with anti-government protests in the city of Les Cayes. They are accused of theft, looting, attempted arson, disturbing public order and throwing stones at police officers.
Grand’Anse : Empowering dozens of women
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP-Haiti) through financial and technical support to several individual and collective enterprises within the framework of the "Bay Biznis or Jarèt" program, has promoted the economic recovery and financial empowerment of several dozens of women in Grand'Anse.
More than 600 families will benefit from new houses
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP-Haiti,) with funding from the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), will enable more than 600 families, some of whom lived at risk of flooding at the edge of the beach in Lahaie (Dame-Marie. Dept. Grand'Anse) to benefit from new houses where they can live in safety and dignity.
Jean D’Amérique Winner of the 2022 Jacques-Scherer Literary Prize
The young Haitian writer Jean D'Amerique is the winner of the 2022 Jacques-Scherer Literary Prize for theater with his work "Opéra Poussière". In this text Jean D'Amérique pays a vibrant tribute to Sanite Belair heroine of the war of independence. "What great news! A big thank you to the jury and big big up to the Théâtrales editions for having welcomed this text in their catalog," Jean D’Amérique.