The Consulate General of Haiti in Atlanta is advising the Haitian community that its premises will be closed on Monday, September 7, 2020 on the occasion of the federal festival “Labor day”.
Tabarre : Gang war one dead several injured
On Friday armed clashes between rival gangs in the commune of Tabarre more specifically in Butte Boyer, Croix-des-Missions and Marécage left at least one dead and several injured.
The PNH Union announces a march
The Haitian National Police Union (SPNH) announces a march on September 7 to denounce the dismissal of its Spokesman https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-31717-haiti-news-zapping.html , the police assassinations and demand the release of Jean Pascal Alexandre, agent of the Narcotics Trafficking Brigade imprisoned at the National Penitentiary since May 14th for “murder, arson, destruction of public property and endangering the security of the State”.
Fort-Liberté : New Substitute for the Government Commissioner
Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe confirmed in a correspondence addressed to the beneficiary, the promotion of Me Peterson St Fleur as Substitute of the Government Commissioner near the Court of First Instance of Fort-Liberté (North-East Dept.), Stressing that this promotion will be effective from the date of taking the oath.
Tennis US Open: Naomi Osaka qualified in 8th finals
Friday after her qualification Wednesday for the 3rd round against the Italian Camila Giorgi in two sets (6-1, 6-2) it took a little more than 2h30 and 3 sets for the Japanese Naomi Osaka of Haitian origin to finish with defeat the Ukrainian Marta Kostyuket 6-3, 6-7 (4/7) 6-2 and qualify for the round of 16 of the US Open.
In 8th Naomi (9th in the world) will face this Sunday the Estonian Anett Kontaveit (24 years old) (21st in the world).
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