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Haiti (AP) George Corvington, a prominent Haitian historian who was best known for his exhaustive study of the Caribbean nation's capital of Port-au-Prince, has died at age 88. Fellow historian and longtime friend Georges Michel says that Corvington
Twenty-two people have died in a road accident in northern Haiti when a truck carrying pilgrims plunged into a ravine. Another 30 people travelling in the truck on Friday had been injured, some of them seriously, said a doctor at the hospital
Story Members of the dissolved Haitian army and civilian volunteers sing at the former military base Camp Lamantin, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Wednesday March 21, 2012. Haitian authorities are ordering some army veterans and would-be soldiers to clear
Haiti (AP) — Before Haiti's devastating January 2010 earthquake, dozens of independent hair stylists braided and colored hair in the capital's Iron Market, a soaring steel-framed structure that was the commercial hub of downtown Port-au-Prince.
The United Nations mission in Haiti says the prosecution of rape cases in the impoverished Caribbean nation remains bogged down, with justice rarely served. A study released Tuesday by the U.N.'s human rights section in Haiti examines a sample of 62
Haiti (AP) — The number of people living in the precarious settlements that became glaring symbols of the Haitian earthquake's devastation has dropped below 400,000 for the first time since the January 2010 disaster, according to an aid group's
Haiti to pay mothers school incentives via mobile The earthquake of January 2010 devastated much of Port-au-Prince The government in Haiti says it will begin transferring cash credits to mothers who send their children to school regularly. Each
Seated behind a desk at his office in the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince , he energetically waves his hands as he explains his work. Mr. Joseph clearly has endless enthusiasm for his subject powered by the raw energy of a reformer.
In an op-ed published April 11 on the front page and online, Stuart Neatby wrote about the Champ de Mars tent camp across the road from the Haitian National Palace in Port-au-Prince.
A truck carrying merchants and goods crashed in Haiti, killing 27 people and wounding 36 others, officials said. The accident happened Saturday afternoon in the town of Morne Tapion -- the truck, carrying more than 65 passengers, was heading to Les