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On Tuesday January 24, 2023, an armed attack killed at least five people in Canaan. Josué Jean-Pierre, a former player of "Aigle noir" football club, is among the innocent victims.
USA : YLAI Scholarship 2024, registration open
Applications for the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative are open for a four-week US Entrepreneurship Fellowship and intensive leadership training. YLAI promotes American business models, increases trade, encourages job creation, and builds lasting networks of young entrepreneurs and business and social leaders in Latin America, the Caribbean, Canada, and the United States. Learn more and register online https://ow.ly/Zg7I50My2NM . Deadline for applications February 15, 2023.
Arrested on January 19 in Miragoâne for alleged links with the Vitelhomme gang, Clauvens Jean-Jacques was released on Monday January 23, 2023 by Government Commissioner Jean Ernst Muscadin. The police and judicial authorities of Miragoâne admitted having taken the wrong people, according to the lawyers of Clauvens Jean-Jacques.
Armored vehicles, France denies
The Embassy of France in Haiti categorically denies the information according to which France would have received 12 million dollars to buy armored vehicles for Haiti.
USA : Soon new targets sanctioned
Tuesday, January 24 at the UN Security Council the representative of the United States, Robert Rood, announced that his country has identified new targets to be sanctioned in Haiti and that the list will be communicated to the United Nations.
Arms Trafficking : Hearing of Father Cole
Incarcerated in connection with the arms trafficking case at Port-au-Prince customs involving the Episcopal Church https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-37460-haiti-flash-the-episcopal-church-does-not-intend-to-defend-father-frantz-cole.html , Father Frantz Cole was heard on Tuesday, January 24 by the examining magistrate Martel Jean-Claude. At the end of his hearing, Father Cole's lawyers produced a request for the release of their client's detention warrant.