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Manu Dibango dies in Paris after catching coronavirus

Manu Dibango dies in Paris after catching coronavirus

Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine The legendary Cameroonian saxophonist Manu Dibango passed away on Tuesday in Paris after he reportedly caught the coronavirus. Dibango—best known for his 1972 hit Soul Makossa—is one of the first global stars to...
Haiti stands to suffer the most as the coronavirus spreads

Haiti stands to suffer the most as the coronavirus spreads

Yves Duchet CSMS Magazine Port-au-Prince—News of a couple of coronavirus cases found in Haiti last week created a panic frenzy. Two cases seem quite insignificant knowing the growing numbers of infected individuals in many other Caribbean countries....
In northern Syria, the dialectic of war may be prevailing

In northern Syria, the dialectic of war may be prevailing

In the wake of the death of more than three dozen Turkish soldiers by Syrian and Russian airstrikes in northern Syria last week, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan now faces a dilemma: attacking Syrian government forces to drive them out of Idlib...
Clarifying the article on Josué Agénor Cadet

Clarifying the article on Josué Agénor Cadet

Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine Last November, CSMS Magazine published an opinion piece about the Haitian Interior Minister, Josué Agénor Cadet. Though, the publication was a consensus among the magazine’s editors, few lines, in my view, were considered...
Haiti on the verge of a civil war

Haiti on the verge of a civil war

CSMS Magazine Port-au-Prince—A bloody showdown between police and forces loyal to president Jovenel Moise is underway. Haitian police have been protesting for months for the right to organize themselves as a union in order to channel their grievances....
Haiti: Jovenel Moise’s carnival scheme goes up in smoke!

Haiti: Jovenel Moise’s carnival scheme goes up in smoke!

Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine Haitian president Jovenel Moise has been working hard to show the world that he is back in control of his country mired in a political crisis with no end in sight. First, he tries repression, using brute force against innocent...
Haiti: Jovenel Moise and his kleptocratic crew face an erupting volcano

Haiti: Jovenel Moise and his kleptocratic crew face an erupting volcano

CSMS Magazine What slowly started last week as marches against insecurity has catapulted into a student movement that is determined to stop Jovenel Moise and his shameless carnival initiative as it is customary every year in March like many Caribbean...
Saint Louis du Nord: High School students took to the streets in protest

Saint Louis du Nord: High School students took to the streets in protest

Yves Duchet CSMS Magazine Saint Louis du Nord, Haiti—Yesterday, hundreds of grade school children took to the streets, protesting what they described as instructional deficiency and lack of teachers. The target was Lycée Serge Petit Frère headed by...
Bill Clinton says he never misuses Haiti’s money after the earthquake

Bill Clinton says he never misuses Haiti’s money after the earthquake

CSMS Magazine In a recent interview with the Miami Herald, former US president Bill Clinton reaffirms once more that he did not mishandle the money that was donated to Haiti for the rebuilding effort after the 2010 earthquake that left close to half of...
Haiti: Ten years after the devastated earthquake

Haiti: Ten years after the devastated earthquake

CSMS Magazine It’s been ten years since an earthquake left almost a half of a million Haitians dead. Is there anything to show for in term of the rebuilding effort? Observers will tell you there is hardly any. On the contrary, government corruptions...

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