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21 Jul 2021
Despite a series of arrests by Haitian police, confusion still reigns about the assassination of President Jovenel Moise less than a week ago. Here is what we know so far about the investigation. Haitian doctor living in the US Police have set their focus on a Haitian national they arrested on Sunday, saying he had…
Haiti's new prime minister Ariel Henry
21 Jul 2021
Haiti's new prime minister Ariel Henry took office Tuesday in the aftermath of the president's assassination two weeks ago, pledging to improve the country's dire security and to organize long-delayed elections. Henry was installed as head of a new government in an attempt to stabilize a country on the brink of chaos since the murder…
20 Jul 2021
Haiti's new prime minister Ariel Henry was expected to present his new government after taking office on Tuesday, as officials attempt to stabilize a country on the brink of chaos since the assassination of president Jovenel Moise.  Henry, named by Moise days before the controversial president was shot dead in his home in Port-au-Prince in…
13 Jul 2021
Haiti's national police have announced the arrest of the suspected mastermind in the assassination of President Jovenel Moise...
9 Jul 2021
Seventeen Colombian ex-soldiers are thought to have been involved in the assassination of Haiti's President Jovenel Moise, Colombia's police director said Friday.
9 Jul 2021
At least 28 people carried out the assassination of President Jovenel Moise, Haitian police said Thursday, adding that 26 of them were Colombian and two were Americans of Haitian origin.
9 Jul 2021
The assassination of Haitian president Jovenel Moise has plunged the impoverished Caribbean nation into crisis.
7 Jul 2021
Haiti President Jovenel Moise was assassinated and his wife wounded early Wednesday in an attack at their home, the interim prime minister announced an act that risks further destabilizing the Caribbean nation beset by gang violence and political volatility.
3 Jul 2021
Six people including two American missionaries were killed when a private airplane crashed southwest of Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince, local authorities said Saturday.
25 Jun 2021
Haiti, Malta, Philippines and South Sudan were placed Friday on a "grey list" of countries under increased monitoring to counter money laundering and terrorist financing.
8 Jun 2021
Haiti on Monday postponed a constitutional referendum scheduled for June 27 citing the coronavirus pandemic, but did not give a new date for the vote in the latest twist in its political crisis.
18 Apr 2021
By openly criticizing governmental "inaction" and demonstrating last week its capacity for wide-scale mobilization, the church has made clear it plans to take a more direct role in addressing the daunting challenges facing this small Caribbean island.

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