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Security Alert:  U.S. Embassy Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Location:  Port-au-Prince, Haiti Events:  Protests are ongoing throughout the Port au Prince region, including but not limited to, Downtown – Champs de Mars, Carrefour Aeroport, and Petionville – Rue Lambert. Please remain vigilant as large gatherings of this sort, while largely peaceful, can become unpredictable. Please avoid unnecessary travel in this area at this time. ...
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Security Alert:  U.S. Embassy Port-au-Prince, Haiti (March 26, 2021)

Location:  Port-au-Prince, Haiti Events:  Political opposition groups intend to demonstrate throughout Downtown/Champs de Mars, Carrefour Aeroport, Nazon, Lalue, Bourdon, Juvenat, Delmas and Petionville areas from March 28-30, 2021. Please remain vigilant as large gatherings of this sort, while largely peaceful, can become unpredictable. Please avoid unnnecessary travel in this area at this time. Actions to take: ...
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Statement by the President of the Security Council on Haiti, March 24, 2021

The Security Council takes note of the report from the Secretary-General of 11 February (S/2021/133) and the observations contained therein, and reaffirms its support for the efforts of the United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti (BINUH). The Security Council expresses its deep concern regarding the protracted political, constitutional, humanitarian, and security crises in Haiti, and ...
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Fact Sheet: U.S. Efforts to Combat Systemic Racism

“The prevalence, and pervasiveness, of racial discrimination might make the situation look hopeless, but we remain hopeful. Let us expose the racism and racial discrimination endemic to every society, around the globe. Let us press forward, to root out that discrimination and remove the rot from our foundations. And on this day dedicated to ending ...
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Security Alert: U.S. Embassy Port-au-Prince, Haiti

(March 22, 2021) Location:  Port-au-Prince Events:  The criminal organization known as Fantom 509 is currently active in the Delmas and Petionville areas of Port-au-Prince. This group is known for its violent actions and its ability to relocate quickly, we encourage you to limit non-essential travel in these areas.  The U.S. Embassy will restrict non-official travel of ...
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