Haiti – News : Zapping…
02/04/2021 11:23:58

Haiti - News : Zapping...

Pétion-ville : 2 bandits killed by the PNH

Wednesday around 10:30 p.m .. a patrol of the Haitian National Police (PNH) shot dead 2 armed individuals during an exchange of fire on rue Faubert in Pétion ville

Women’s March

On Saturday April 3, women will mobilize for a march in several cities at the initiative of 3 feminist organizations (TOYA, “Solidarite Fanm Ayisyèn” (SOFA), “Nègès Mawon”), to demand respect for the Constitution and the rights of women.

Inspector General Carl Henry Boucher released

Thursday, after 3 weeks of isolation at the General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGPNH), Inspector General Carl Henry Boucher was released, but remains at the disposal of the IGPNH for the follow-up to the investigation.

PoliTour : Training on the use and management of drones

The International Organization for Migration (IOM – Haiti) thanks to the support of the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Intl Narcotics & Law Enforcement (INL) through the United States Embassy in Haiti, organized training on the use and management of drones for the benefit of police officers of the Borders (PoliFront). Participants expressed that : “The use of drones will allow us to better ensure our operations on the border line.”

Cartography workshops

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP – Haiti), together with the National Center for Geo-Spatial Information (CNIGS), is organizing multi-hazard mapping workshops in the Northwest. Funded by the Delegation of the European Union in Haiti, these workshops will provide managers in this region with the necessary tools for the use of GPS in disaster management.

Tennis: Naomi Osaka eliminated in the quarter-finals

Wednesday at the Miami Tennis Tournament the Japanese world # 2 Naomi Osaka, proud of her Haitian origin and favorite of the tournament was eliminated in the quarterfinals to everyone’s surprise by the Greek Maria Sakkari (25th in the world) swept 6- 0, 6-4. Naomi’s first loss on the tennis court in 418 days, ending a 23-game winning streak

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