Regine Alexandre

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Regine Alexandre is a freelance journalist who has contributed to the New York Times, Associated Press, and has commented on National Public Radio (NPR). It transpires that she also is on the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) payroll. [1]

On December 30 2005 the New York Times Deputy Foreign Editor, Ethan Bonner, confirmed that Alexandre had been contributing to stories since the 1990s. He also indicated that they were investigating whether she had been simultaneously working for both the NYT and NED. [2]

After confirming that Alexandre was employed part time by the NED, Associated Press announced that it had severed ties with her. [3]

All Regine Alexandre's New York Times and Associated Press articles

  • Regine Alexandre, "Two prominent Aristide supporters arrested in Haiti, prompting criticism", Associated Press Newswires, May 11, 2004.
  • Regine Alexandre, "Haiti's state phone monopoly plans to cut 2,000 jobs", Associated Press Newswires, May 13, 2004. (Only appears to be available via FACTIVA).
  • Regine Alexandre, "Crowds kill two suspected thieves in northern Haitian city", Associated Press Newswires, May 13, 2004. (Only appears to be available via FACTIVA).
  • Regine Alexandre, "Organization of American States ambassador to Haiti resigns", Associated Press Newswires, May 14, 2004. (Only appears to be available via FACTIVA).
  • Regine Alexandre, "France's foreign minister visits former colony as Haitian leaders plead for help ", Associated Press Newswires, May 16, 2004.
  • Regine Alexandre, "Aristide's party will not be part of Haitian electoral council, interim leader says", Associated Press Newswires, May 22, 2004. (I could only find this article on FACTIVA)
  • Regine Alexandre, "Interim Haitian leader meets pro-Aristide official, who says party still won't join electoral council", Associated Press Newswires, June 9, 2004. (I could only find this article on FACTIVA)
  • Regine Alexandre, "Gunbattle in Haiti Leaves One Dead", Associated Press Newswires, August 31, 2004.
  • Stevenson Jacobs, Associated Press reporters Amy Bracken in Gonaives, Regine Alexandre in Port-au-Prince and Michael Norton in San Juan, Puerto Rico, contributed to this report, "Violence by Aristide supporters breaks out for second day in Haitian capital as country struggles to recover from storm", Associated Press Newswires, October 2, 2004. (Only appears to be available via FACTIVA).
  • Ariana Cubillos, Associated Press reporters Paisley Dodds and Regine Alexandre in Port-au-Prince and Michael Norton in San Juan, Puerto Rico, contributed to this report, "Still suffering from Jeanne, Haiti sees mounting tension with deadly shooting at march to demand return of Aristide", Associated Press Newswires, October 4, 2004. (I could only find this article on FACTIVA)
  • Regine Alexandre, "Former military officers arrest two police officers after taking over police station in Haitian town", Associated Press Newswires, September 2, 2004.
  • Ginger Thompson, Michael Kamber and Regine Alexandre contributed reporting for this article, "A New Scourge Afflicts Haiti: Kidnappings", The New York Times (only have link for same article in the International Herald Tribune, June 6, 2005.
  • Ginger Thompson, Regine Alexandre contributed reporting for this article, "How Haiti's Future May Depend on a Starving Prisoner", The New York Times, June 16, 2005.
  • Regine Alexandre, "U.N. peacekeeper shot to death in Haiti", Associated Press Newswires, December 26, 2005. (I could only find it on FACTIVA)
  • Alfred de Montesquiou - Associated Press Writer, "U.N. peacekeeper shot to death in Haiti", Associated Press, December 21, 2005.

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