Erika dissipates as tropical storm
Nation News

MIAMI – Erika, a tropical storm that was losing strength as it hit Haiti with heavy rains and strong winds, has dissipated, the US National Hurricane Center said on Saturday. "Erika has dissipated...

Tropical Storm Erika: At least 20 dead
Telegraph UK

Tropical Storm Erika leaves a trail of devastation in Haiti and Dominican Republic

Tropical Storm Erika losing its punch as it heads for Florida
Nation News

MIAMI – Tropical Storm Erika threatened Haiti with heavy rain and strong winds on Friday as it swirled across the Caribbean but showed signs of petering out as it headed toward south Florida, the US National...

Traders want market to go ahead despite tensions
Dominican Today

Dajabón.- Dominican and Haitian traders

Barbados may sign cultural agreement with Haiti
Antigua Observer

Barbados is currently exploring the possibility of creating a cultural agreement with Haiti, Culture Minister Stephen Lashley has said.

CARIFESTA exposing Bajan culture
Nation News

CARIFESTA XII has proven to be an ideal opportunity for Barbadian culture to be presented to the region. With only four days until the close of CARIFESTA XII in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, Minister of Culture,...

Caricom wants more international support to end forced deportation of Haitians
Jamaica Observer

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) -- The international community is being urged to have a greater involvement in the matter involving the repatriation and deportation of Haitian migrants and Dominicans of Haitian descent from...

CARICOM SG, Haiti Foreign Minister call for greater int'l involvement in Haiti-DR migration issue
Anguilla News

(CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana)    Haiti’s Foreign Minister the Honourable Lener Renaud and Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Ambassador Irwin LaRocque agreed

CARICOM wants more international support to end forced deportation of Haitians
Jamaica Observer

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — The international community is being urged to have a greater involvement in the matter involving the repatriation and deportation of Haitian migrants and Dominicans of Haitian descent...

Dominican Republic deports 251 mostly Haitian foreigners
Dominican Today

Santo Domingo.- As of

Haiti snubs Dominican Republic´s ´owners´
Dominican Today

Santo Domingo.- Dominican

Deportations nonnegotiable, Dominican Republic tells Haiti
Dominican Today

Santo Domingo.- Foreign

Dominicans march in Miami rail against Haiti´s ´slander´ campaign
Dominican Today

Miami.- A group of activists, organizations,

Dominicans, Haitians stage US rallies over immigration
Jamaica Observer

MIAMI, United States (AFP) - Controversy surrounding the Dominican Republic's deportation of Haitians trickled into the United States on Wednesday as two groups staged parallel protests in Miami over the situation.

Haitian nationals detained in Florida
Antigua Observer

Over 30 Haitians, were detailed early Monday off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida when law enforcement officials spotted a boat floating two miles offshore.

IOM monitors migrant flows on Haiti-Dominican Republic border
Dominican Today

Haiti - IOM is continuing to monitor migrant flows on

Dominican truckers strike against Haiti enters its 3rd week
Dominican Today

Dajabón, Dominican Republic.- The Dominican truckers who haul freight to Haitian territory continue their strike now into its 15th day, to demand a halt to the assaults on arson of their rigs which enter that...

US urges DomRep to avoid mass deportation of Haitians
Jamaica Observer

WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) – With reports emerging of the resumption of the deportation of persons of Haitian decent from the Dominican Republic, the United States has again urged the Spanish-speaking nation to...

Dom Rep resumes patrols to deport migrants
Jamaica Observer

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) — Dominican authorities on Friday resumed patrols to detain and deport migrants, the majority of them Haitians, who lack documents after a more than yearlong hiatus.

Haiti tried to pressure Dominican Republic with sugar workers
Dominican Today

Santo Domingo.- Sugarcane

Haiti to host CARIFESTA 2015
Dominica News Online

CARIFESTA, which is the largest cultural and artistic event in the Caribbean, will be held in Haiti from August 21 to August 30. CARIFSTA has fused all forms of expression of Latin America and the Caribbean since 1972 and...

12 Foreign Nationals denied entry
Kaieteur News

…Fake local Ministry documents presented By Shyon Hoppie Twelve foreign nationals including Haitians, Russians, Colombians and Cubans were yesterday refused entry into Guyana’s jurisdiction after Immigration...

Haiti row spurs an unusual challenge to Dominican aid: CNN
Dominican Today

Santo Domingo.- “The U.S. State Department's position toward

UK envoy tours Haiti-Dominican border assess security
Dominican Today

Dajabón, Dominican Republic.-

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