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Haiti: UN mission chief urges calm, respect for rights in wake of protests

27 November, 2014

New York, Nov 26 (RDI IBNS): Amid rising tensions Port-au-Prince and other key Haitian cities in the wake of last month’s delayed elections, the top United Nations official in the country deplored the violence that recently caused injuries among demonstrators and called on all sides to respect the right to free expression while also avoiding any recourse to violence.
Haiti: Amid ongoing humanitarian problems, Security Council extends UN mission for another year

16 October, 2014

New York, Oct 15 (RDI IBNS) The United Nations Security Council on Tuesday adopted a resolution renewing the mandate for the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) in the Caribbean nation, urging political stakeholders in the country to fully commit to the democratic process and calling on international donors to strengthen their efforts in helping the Government.
Haiti: Despite death of former President, UN urges continued probes into alleged abuses

09 October, 2014

New York, Oct 8 (RDI IBNS) It is “essential” that legal proceedings and investigations against individuals associated with former Haitian President Jean-Claude Duvalier continue despite the former leader’s recent passing, the United Nations human rights office urged on Tuesday .
Ban praises Haitian police recruits, judicial institutions in strengthening rule of law

17 July, 2014

New York,July 16 (RDI IBNS) Calling them "the backbone" of Haiti, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Tuesdaypraised national police recruits and the efforts under way to strengthen the rule of law in the country, as he continued his visit to the Caribbean nation.
Ban to travel to Haiti, Dominican Republic with focus on health, poverty reduction

15 July, 2014

New York, July 14(RDI IBNS): United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will travel to Haiti and the Dominican Republic starting Monday to meet with senior government officials as well as to get a first-hand look at programmes designed to improve health and reduce poverty.
Haiti: UN hails probe into former leader's alleged abuses

23 February, 2014

New York, Feb 22 (RDI IBNS): The United Nations human rights office on Friday hailed the decision by a Haitian court to open new investigations into former President Jean-Claude Duvalier for crimes against humanity, saying that the move will help ensure accountability for past abuses.

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