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30/04/2024 11:07:39

Haiti - News : Zapping...

FLASH : FAd’H fall into an ambush

The General Staff confirms that on Thursday, April 25, a little before 9:00 a.m., a contingent of FAD’H fell into an ambush at the barrier of the General Hospital, Street Saint-Honoré. The chief sergeant and a corporal were injured and one of the army vehicles was riddled with bullets. The injured were taken to hospital where they are receiving the care their condition requires, but their lives are not in danger.

Deployment of the Mission before the end of May ?

According to Jacob Johnston, an American journalist and senior research associate at the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, D.C., the first contingents of the multinational force expected in Haiti could be deployed around the end of May. The United States and Kenya are reportedly working to ensure that the first troops land in Port-au-Prince during the official visit to Washington by Kenyan President William Ruto on May 23.

Les Cayes : 13 bandits arrested

No less than 13 individuals were arrested by the police during an operation carried out in the town of Les Cayes (South Department): Dominique Kenley, alias Kayel; Makenson Pierre, alias Kabrit; Charlie Louis; Frisnel Jean; Rilome Lubin; Darlin Edma; Buteau Peterson; Huberson Beelus; Dieudile Amardie; Rivens Verdile; Joseph Rubeson; Vilot Liger and Chepette. They are accused of robberies, armed robbery and criminal conspiracy.

The financial manager of the “Tibwa” gang arrested

Jameson Jean, a Haitian citizen residing in the United States, was arrested on Sunday April 28 by police at Cap-Haïtien international airport. He is accused of being the financial manager of the “Tibwa” gang led by the name “Krisla”.

The Bahamas will send 150 soldiers to Haiti

Wayne Munroe, Minister of National Security of the Bahamas, confirmed that the Bahamian government maintains its commitment to deploy 150 soldiers from the Royal Bahamas Defense Force Marines to Haiti. Munroe said there were still plans for the rollout but no official rollout notice had been sent out, the Government was waiting for everything to be finalized before distributing those notices.

Embassy of Haiti in Washington closed

The Embassy of Haiti in Washington D.C. announced that May 1st, 2024, National Labor and Agriculture Day, is a public holiday in Haiti and that consequently the offices of the Mission will be closed on that day.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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