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Kenia suspende el despliegue policial en Haití tras la renuncia del Primer Ministro de facto

El gobierno del presidente William Ruto ha suspendido el despliegue de 1.000 policías kenianos como parte de una misión respaldada por Estados Unidos en Haití. La noticia se produjo un día después de que el primer ministro de facto de Haití, Ariel Henry, anunciara su dimisión para allanar el camino al nombramiento de un “Consejo Presidencial de Transición” en medio de la creciente inseguridad en el país.

After expelling Palestinian workers, Israel turns to the Global South for labor

Israel has thus far signed agreements with Kenya and Malawi to bring in workers to its agricultural sector, which has otherwise relied on Palestinian and Thai migrant labor

King Charles’ visit to Kenya brought to the fore calls for justice for UK’s colonial and ongoing crimes

The British monarch expressed “deepest regret” for “abhorrent and unjustified acts of violence committed against Kenyans,” but stopped short of an official apology. People’s movements have called for reparations and accountability for crimes during the colonial era but also steps to address their impact which continue to this day

Haiti is the victim of orchestrated chaos that prevents it from setting its own course, says Camille Chalmers

Haitian scholar Camille Chalmers rejects yet another international intervention and says Haiti’s issues have deeper roots which much be addressed

Kenyan political leaders decry UN authorization of military intervention in Haiti

A UN Security Council vote authorized the deployment of 1,000 Kenyan police officers to Haiti, a move seen by some Kenyans as a violation of sovereignty and part of the United States’ neo-colonial agenda.

UN authorizes Kenyan-led military intervention in Haiti

The multinational security force will collaborate with Haitian National Police to conduct “targeted operations” to allegedly combat gang violence

Foreign intervention Haiti Haiti and Kenya establish diplomatic ties as UNSC mulls deployment of controversial “security support mission”  

Kenya has stated that it will lead a potential security intervention in Haiti backed by the US and the UN. The move has been condemned by progressive forces as yet another attack on the sovereignty of Haiti in service of imperialist interests while plunging the country further into insecurity 

Colombian ex-military officers admit role in killing 120 civilians and other stories

Today we look at a public hearing in Colombia’s False Positives scandal, acute food insecurity and drought in the Horn of Africa, and more

Del Monte Kenya workers protest inhuman conditions, poverty wages and other stories

Today we look at a strike by workers at Del Monte Kenya Limited, the arrest of 26 year old Kashmiri student and journalist Sajad Gul, and more