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Smith Griffon, l’un des meilleurs journalistes sportifs d’Haïti, sur AlterRadio 106.1 FM-TuneIn-Zeno. Nos auditeurs et auditrices sont très chanceux!

This will be a great night out in a very good cause, raising money for workers fighting against sweatshop conditions! #NoSweat #sweatshops #unions #strikes #FastFashion #WhoMadeMyClothes #fairtrade #LabourBehindTheLabel #CleanClothes #TradeUnions #EthicalFashion #GarmentWorkers https://twitter.com/No_Sweat/status/1617565271656665091


FOREIGN INTERVENTION via Troops is not needed. NEEDED- stop supporting loser #arielhenry, DEA do more, stop the ammunition sales at the DR border and import of guns. ⁦@HaitiLibre⁩ ⁦@HaitianTimes_⁩ police block streets, break into airport to https://apple.news/AS1IOjQelQSSfQBOwTjHiuQ


La Une du Nouvelliste !!!


Haiti - News : Zapping... https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-38720-haiti-news-zapping.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter via @HaitiLibre


Smith Griffon, l’un des meilleurs journalistes sportifs d’Haïti, sur AlterRadio 106.1 FM-TuneIn-Zeno. Nos auditeurs et auditrices sont très chanceux!


Ariel Henry, Haiti's de facto PM, is trapped on the tarmac at the PaP airport.

Protesting police officers have it surrounded. Some broke inside.

Earlier, police attacked Henry's residence.

A response to the killing of 6 officers yesterday, though its been building for years.


Lè-w ayisyen
Fòk ou gen 2 sèvo
Yonn pou kalkile
Kidnaping
Yonn pou blayi
dra blan
Pou soley la
Ki pran pòz
Mò leve
Lè-w ayisyen
Fòk ou gen 2 kavo

De @jamesNoel20


Haitian authorities plead for calm. Promise better protection for cops after gang attacks https://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/americas/haiti/article271751317.html


Armed police officers protest after a gang attack on a police station which left six officers dead, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, January 26, 2023. (Richard Pierrin/AFP) @AFPphoto

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