Past News Reports and Articles on Haiti and President Aristide

Haiti groups file legal action against US for kidnapping President Aristide and fomenting the coup
January 31st, 2006

Father Jean Juste Has been Released
By Marguerite Laurent
January 29th, 2006

No voting stations for Haiti's largest slum
By Joseph Guyler Delva
January 24th, 2006

Amnesty International Plea for Fr. Jean-Juste
Amnesty International

Letter from Father Gerald Jean Juste, political prisoner dying senselessly in a Haiti under US/UN tutelage
by Father Gerald Jean Juste
January 24th, 2006

The UN in Haiti and the Geneva Convention
by Leslie Bagg
January 22nd, 2006

UN forces commit war crimes in Cite Soleil
by Leslie Bagg
January 21st, 2006

My meeting with So Anne Auguste
by Aaron Lakoff
January 10th, 2006

Brazil's future in Haiti
January 10th, 2006

Haiti: No easy way out
by Gwyne Dyer
January 9th, 2006

UN commander dead in Haiti amid pressure from elite
January 7th, 2006

Amnesty International Alert re Father Jean-Juste
January 6th, 2006

Bel Air: Betrayed by the UN
January 6th, 2006
by Leslie Bagg and Aaron Lakoff

Haiti's government imprisons opposition
January 6th, 2006

Another Haitian Independence Day under occupation
by Marguerite Laurent
January 4th, 2006

Free Father Gerry!
Save the life of Haitian liberation theologian Jean-Juste
by POCC Minister of Information JR
January 4th, 2006

Languishing and sick in a Haitian jail
by Paul Farmer
January 2nd, 2006

Pre-election terror and repression in Haiti
December 30th, 2005

U.S. still undermining Haiti
by Mark Weisbrot
December 28th, 2005

Police use rape to terrorize women and girls in Haiti
by Lyn Duff
December 23rd, 2005

Enough is Enough! Freedom Now!
by Pere Gerard Jean-Juste
December 14th, 2005

Prison Meeting with Pere Jean-Juste
by Bill Quigley
December 13th, 2005

'Why would I trust this fake election?'
by Lyn Duff
December 9th, 2005

Bloody U.N. siege on Cité Soleil
by Lyn Duff
December 7th, 2005

Human rights activists seek end to massacres
by Barry Healy
December 7th, 2005

Update on Fr. Jean-Juste
by Bill Quigley
December 1st, 2005

MINUSTAH in Cite Soleil
by Isabel MacDonald
December 1st, 2005

Notes on our four-hour chat with a former Lavalas minister
by Anna and Kirsty Andrews
December 1st, 2005

Undermining Haiti
by Mark Weisbrot
December 12th, 2005

World Human Rights Leaders Call for Freedom for Pere Jean-Juste, Yvon Neptune and Other Haitian Political Prisoners
by Bill Quigley
November 30th, 2005

New Attacks on Cite Soleil Residents by UN Troops (MINUSTAH)
November 29th, 2005

Empty bellies and empty elections
by G. Dunkel
November 19th, 2005

Haiti’s justice system in collapse
by Tim Pelzer
November 17th, 2005

New Legal Complaints Target the U.S. and Brazil For Recent Massacres in Haiti
November 15th, 2005

Turning Haiti into a (Penal) Colony
by Marguerite Laurent
November 4th, 2005

Haiti's Utility
by S. Faiz Ahmed
October 30, 2005

Waiting for justice in Haiti
by Sasha Kramer
October 18, 2005

Mildred Aristide Recalls the Nightmare
Mildred Aristide
October, 2005

Haiti, Finally Some Good News
Bahama Journal Editorial
October 17, 2005

Letter from Imprisoned Fr. Gérard Jean-Juste
October 12th, 2005

Haiti - And You Call This an Election?
By Larry Birns and John Kozyn
October 11, 2005

US helps keep Haiti's killers armed
by Ben Terrall
September 3rd, 2005

Congresswoman Waters Denounces the Interim Government of Haiti
for Jailing Potential Candidates for President
September 22nd, 2005

From the Embassy to the Prison
by Justin Podur
September 21st, 2005

Haiti, Rape and Repression
September 19th, 2005

Over 400 Interfaith Religious Leaders Sign Letter Asking for Freedom of Pere Jean-Juste
September 18th, 2005

Haiti judge orders release of journalists
September 12th, 2005

Free Kevin Pina
by Justin Felux
September 13th, 2005

San Francisco Bay Area Journalist Kevin Pina Held in Haiti
by Leisa Faulkner
September 12th, 2005

Masked Haitian police took Kevin Pina and Jean Ristil away today
September 9th, 2005

Police in Haiti arrest two journalists
September 9th, 2005

Aristide to stay in S.Africa despite Haiti poll
September 7th, 2005

We Hear Hope Coming
by Fr. Gerard Jean-Juste - August 16th, 2005

5-Point Demands From the Grassroots and Democratic-base in Haiti
September 1st, 2005

Witnesses: Haiti Police Kill 5 in Raid
August 11th, 2005

August 5th, 2005

Aristide's party to run in Haiti elections
July 26th, 2005

Election Forecast in Haiti Goes from Bad to Dreadful
July 25th, 2005

Father Jean Juste has been arrested, charged with the murder of Jacques Roche
July 21st, 2005

Father Jean Juste beaten by group 184 people at church
July 21st, 2005

Haiti's advisory council recommends banning Aristide's party from elections
July 17th, 2005

U.N. troops accused in deaths of Haiti residents
July 15th, 2005

5,000 in Haiti protest UN massacre in Cite Soleil
July 14th, 2005

Cite Soleil Community Turns Out En Masse For Funeral of Dread Wilme

Eyewitnesses Describe Massacre by UN Troops in Haitian Slum
July 11th, 2005

Haiti Action Committee condemns UN massacre in Haiti, demands an end to the killing
July 10th, 2005

UN Occupation Forces Carry Out Massacre of Poor in Port-au-Prince
July 6th, 2005

Report direct from Prime Minister Yvon Neptune
June 29, 2005

Police in Haiti continue the killing
June 17, 2005

Congresswoman Waters says debt cancellation for 18 countries is not enough
June 10, 2005

Gratitude and update
June 10, 2005

Congresswoman Waters States That Elections in Haiti This Year Would Be a Disaster
June 7, 2005

Up to 25 People Killed as Police Raid Haiti Slums
June 4, 2005

“We’re Not Participating In Selections!” Says Haitians in Haiti
May 27, 2005

Three Unarmed Haitians Died from Bullets on Haiti's Flag Day
May 18, 2005

The African National Congress (ANC) Campaign for the Return of Democracy to Haiti
May 14, 2005

Student demonstrators shot by U.S./UN troops in Haiti
May 11, 2005

Haitian court overturns massacre convictions
May 11, 2005

Yvon Neptune reportedly will be forced into exile
May 1, 2005

The UN Security council goes to Haiti to stop the call for resignation of the Latortue Regime
April 26, 2005

March 28, 2005

Ten thousand Lavalas members & supporters demonstrate under the protection of MINUSTHA soldiers
March 4, 2005

U.N. ambassador denounces police brutality in Haiti
March 2, 2005

Rep. Barbara Lee Calls for Truth and Action for Haiti On Anniversary of Ouster of Aristide
March 1, 2005

One Year Anniversary of Coup in Haiti Met With Violence
February 28, 2005

Haitian Police Open Fire on Nonviolent March for Democracy
February 28, 2005

Haiti's PM seeks Aristide's help to end violence
January 22, 2005

Haitians accuse police of killing radio journalist
January 20, 2005

African Union intervenes Haiti crisis
January 18, 2005

Courageous Haitian women bring civil suit for torture, rape-human rights abuses in Haiti
January 14, 2005

UN works to squash followers of Aristide in Haiti
January 8, 2005

Political Prisoner Rev. Gérard Jean-Juste Released
November 29, 2004

Amnesty Lambastes Haitian 'Justice'
November 13, 2004

Canadian Peace Resolution on Haiti
November 5-7, 2004

Haiti's New Government Accused of Rights Violations
November 1, 2004

Former president of Haiti demands free elections in his country
November 1, 2004

Police terror sweeps across Haiti
October 31, 2004

Haitians Say Police Killed 13 in Pro-Aristide Slum
October 22nd, 2004

Aristide says only dialogue will end Haiti mayhem
October 20th, 2004

Haiti fights for liberation
October 15th, 2004

Catholic Priest Arrested
October 13th, 2004

Rep. Waters' letter on Fr. Gerard Jean-Juste in Haiti
October 13th, 2004

Street Resistance to Occupation Regime Surges
October 6th, 2004

UN troops and police surround Haiti slum
October 6th, 2004

Paramilitaries shoot Aristide supporters
October 3rd, 2004

Haiti Human Rights Alert: Illegal Arrest of Political Leaders
October 2nd, 2004

Sham Justice in Haiti
August 20th, 2004

Haiti is crying
August 17th, 2004

Haiti Assassination Trial An Affront to All Those Who Have Worked and Died for Justice
August 17th, 2004

Haiti Jury Acquits Ex-Paramilitary Leader
August 17th, 2004

Contact Caricom
August 16th, 2004

Danny Glover backs out of Haitian cruise
August 15th, 2004

Boca Raton Regime Leaves School System in Ruins
August 14th, 2004

South Africa recognises Aristide as Haiti leader
August 13th, 2004

Caricom's Action on Haiti: Honor for a Few, Shame for Most
August 12th, 2004

Activists Across U.S. Launch Week of Protests to Support Non-Violent Demonstrations in Haiti
August 10th, 2004

Help Ensure Haitians' Right to Demonstrate
August 10th, 2004

Hopes fade for Haiti's early return to Caricom
August 8th, 2004

Gonsalves Challenges Caricom on Haiti
August 5th, 2004

Haitians Displaced by Political Reprisals
August 5th, 2004

Haiti ex-rebels threaten to take up arms again
July 13th, 2004

Haiti's Illegal Prime Minister Arrests the Legal One
July 6th, 2004

Aristide backers fearful in exile
July 1st, 2004

Witch Hunt Intensifies
June 29th, 2004

Taking a Closer Look at Washington's Anti-Aristide Game Plan for Haiti
June 24th, 2004

Marines blamed for Haiti abuse
June 19th, 2004

Thousands of Haitians rally for Aristide's return
June 18th, 2004

Small States Stand Tall on Haiti
June 10th, 2004

Haiti Investigation Instigated
June 10th, 2004

Haitians challenge the rich and the rulers
June 9th, 2004

Congresswoman Waters Urges G-8 Leaders to Cancel Fully Poor Countries' Debts
June 8th, 2004

Aristide delivers a sermon in Alex
June 6th, 2004

From the mouth of Aristide
June 5th, 2004

I am still president, says Aristide
May 31st, 2004

Statement by President Jean-Bertrand Aristide
May 30th, 2004

Statement From Annette Auguste (So Anne)
May 23rd, 2004

Congresswoman Waters Calls for an end to human rights abuses in Haiti
May 18th, 2004

Caricom firm on OAS probe in Aristide's departure from Haiti
May 14th, 2004

Aristide Granted Temporary Asylum in South Africa
May 13th, 2004

Annette Auguste - Grandmother Arrested by Marines, Mother's Day 2004

Caricom - Rebirth, Renewal and Fresh Energy
May 4th, 2004

Aristide speaks of Haiti's past
October 2, 1996

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