Thursday, the Company POMA, a global leader in the transport by cable, presented to the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) the Project Metrocable of Port-au-Prince, a new mode of urban public transport.
Could the gangs of Port-au-Prince form a pact to revitalise Haiti's capital?
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A woman prays amid the rubble of the damaged main cathedral in downtown Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, in January 2011, as the country marked the first anniversary of the January 12 earthquake that killed around 250,000 people and wrecked much of Port-au-Prince. Photo: Reuters http://www.evememorial.org/index.html
As of October the U. Embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti will transition to a new online system which changes the way applicants schedule appointments, pay fees, and receive documents.
Haiti police find partial human remains in area where journalist disappeared
Haiti police are investigating the mangled remains of a corpse to see if they belong to a missing freelance photojournalist, Vladjimir Legagneur, who went missing March 14. He was last seen near a gang-controlled area of Port-au-Prince called Grand Ravine.
Demonstrators march during an anti-government protest in Port-au-Prince on 26 October
A journalist is missing in Haiti. His wife wants to know: Where is the outcry?
Grand Ravine, a Port-au-Prince slum that was the scene of a deadly police raid in November, is back in the spotlight after a freelance Haitian journalist went missing on March 14 during a reporting assignment.
The Organization of American States (OAS) and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean Countries(CELAC) delegates met Haitian officials in Port-au-Prince on Monday to seek an end to political ten