The investigation into the assassination of Haitian Presien Jovenal Moise has broadened to include law enforcement in both Haiti and South Florida, including finding those who provided logistical and/or financial support. Part of the investigation is being carried out in Colombia given the significant role of hired Colombian mercenaries, both in custody and at large. The full article by Miami Herald journalists Kevin Hall, Jacqueline Charles, and Jay Weaver follows.
Haitian women hold together families, communities, and the country. Despite this, violence against women and girls remains a persistent problem. The kindnapping, torture, and murder of a high school girl has infuriated civil society who are pushing artists, influences, and politicans to do more to prevent and respond. The girl, Evelyne Sincère, has become a symbol of injustice - but not indifference this time. If Haiti is to change, both civil society and the government will need to work tirelessly for the protection of women and girls. The best way to honor Evelyne is to prevent it from happening to anyone else. The full article by Miami Herald journallist Jacqueline Charles follows.