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Haiti: The suffering continues two years later

Haiti: The suffering continues two years later

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers Two years after the earthquake that left about a third of Haiti’s population crippled, there is very little to show for. Port-au-Prince still remains a defunct city, where more than...
René Préval owes Haiti an explanation

René Préval owes Haiti an explanation

By Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine Staff writer The stunning return of Jean Claude Duvalier last Sunday without a doubt struck the hearts of many across the world. However, there are people in Haiti—in position of...
Jean Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier back in Haiti

Jean Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier back in Haiti

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers Who would believe it? The man, who fled the country under the cover of darkness on that dramatic day of February 6th of 1986, has returned. Yes, Jean Claude Duvalier surprised the...
Sad day for Haiti on its one month anniversary since the tragedy

Sad day for Haiti on its one month anniversary since the tragedy

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers Today is truly a sad day, one every Haitian would have hoped never to happen. The remembrance can’t be more frightened as we remember that horrific afternoon earthquake that stole...
It’s official: Bill Clinton is the new Governor of Haiti

It’s official: Bill Clinton is the new Governor of Haiti

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers CSMS Magazine has just learned that former US president Bill Clinton has been nominated by the United Nations as the chief coordinator for the upcoming rebuilding effort in Haiti....
Port-au-Prince remains a defunct city three weeks after the apocalyptic earthquake

Port-au-Prince remains a defunct city three weeks after the apocalyptic earthquake

By Yves Ducher CSMS Magazine correspondent PORT-AU-PRINCE—Three weeks after the devastated earthquake in the Haitian capital, the suffering has yet to ease, if anything it has exacerbated. Many of Port-au-Prince...
Cuba sent its condolences to Haiti while sending more doctors to help earthquake victims

Cuba sent its condolences to Haiti while sending more doctors to help earthquake victims

HAVANA — Cuban President Raul Castro sent his condolences to Haiti’s President Rene Preval after a major 7.0 earthquake on Tuesday caused devastation and widespread loss of lives in Port au Prince.  Castro...
The meeting in Montreal: A photo-op?

The meeting in Montreal: A photo-op?

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers As in all international crises or natural disasters, donor countries are always felt compelled to show a sense of humility and responsibility. In the case of Haiti, a small Caribbean...
Leslie Manigat and the ancillary findings (Part I)

Leslie Manigat and the ancillary findings (Part I)

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers Last week, we published an article that centered around Obama’s diplomatic overture towards his Latin American counterparts, namely Cuba—a country that has been at odds with the...
Charlemagne Péralte and the ancillary findings

Charlemagne Péralte and the ancillary findings

CSMS Magazine Staff writers Ever since we published the article on the state of the Haitian government, we have been receiving a lot of e-mails from Haitian compatriots, expressing their indignations against...

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