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Businessman Pierre Guy Louisaire, owner of La Ravine du Sud as he was preparing to return home. He was accompanied by one of his employees who was also killed.
5 members of a family riddled with bullets
Friday, September 29 in the morning, the bullet-riddled bodies of 5 members of the same family were found in the town of Arcahaie in Ravine Thomas. The victims had been kidnapped the day before by hooded men.
American veterans ready to eliminate gangs in Haiti
US military veterans are reportedly ready to offer their services to Haiti in the fight against armed gangs. 30 days would be enough to pacify the country, believe these retired soldiers who are demanding authorization from the Haitian state, housing, means of transport and judicial immunity to carry out their plan.
Hunting illegal Haitians in Turkey
Haitians in an irregular migratory situation in Turkey have been the subject of manhunts in recent days. Migration authorities are merciless for Haitian immigrants who can spend up to 7 months in prison once arrested by immigration officials
Truck attack : 1 dead and 3 injured
Friday September 29, 2023, in Meyer (commune of Croix-des-Bouquets) a truck transporting goods and "Madan Sara" was attacked by heavily armed individuals who left 1 dead and 3 injured…
Guy Philippe free : Haiti is slow to authorize his return
In an audio message sent to the Voice of America via his lawyer, Guy Philippe declared "[...] Tuesday September 26, 2023, a delegation from Homeland Security Immigration came to see me at the immigration camp where I finds me [...] I had to enter Haiti [...] But as they put me on the bus to take me to the airport to return to the country, the officer came to tell me [...] that I would not be able to not enter Haiti because the Haitian Government had not yet signed the document for my return. [...] while they had said YES to all the other Haitians who were on board the flight." Me Louicher Jean Joseph, Guy Philippe's lawyer, maintains that the detention of his client is a violation of human rights and he intends to take the case to the International Criminal Court.