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BINUH

United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti 

Authorization date: 06/19

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UN concerned about violence targeting Haiti journalists (01.11.2019)

The United Nations human rights office expressed concern Friday about violence targeting journalists in Haiti. A UN report confirmed at least 42 deaths and 86 injuries during anti-government protests that have roiled the nation for months.

US deplores Haiti gridlock, urges dialogue to resolve nation's problems (25.10.2019)

The U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince issued a statement late Thursday on Haiti's acute political and economic crisis, urging stakeholders to start discussing ways to resolve the issues that have paralyzed the nation.

Concerned over Haiti’s political crisis, Guterres promises ‘continuous commitment’ (17.10.2019)

In the light of on-going instability across Haiti and this week’s transition away from fully-fledged peacekeeping operations, the UN chief on Thursday promised “the continuous commitment” of the Organization “to support the Haitian people on their path to peace and development”.

Security Council marks transition from 15 years of UN peacekeeping in Haiti (15.10.2019)

Although 15 years of UN peacekeeping in Haiti have drawn to a close, the Organization’s commitment to strengthening and stabilizing the country will continue, the Security Council heard on Tuesday. … Effective on Wednesday, the United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti (BINUH) will begin work on...

Haiti's embattled president faces 5th week of protests (14.10.2019)

Haiti's embattled president faced a fifth week of protests on Monday as road blocks went up across the country after opposition leaders said they will not back down on their call for Jovenel Moise to resign.

Amid perceived power vacuum, dozens vie to be Haiti's leader (09.10.2019)

As the public appearances of President Jovenel Moise fade with Haiti's deepening political turmoil, dozens of people from political parties old and new are vying to become the country's next leader as they seize on widespread discontent.

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