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After an absence of a dozen years, I returned to a country from which I had reported regularly for more than a decade to visit old friends and get reacquainted. In the 1980s and early 1990s, I was one of the leading journalists in Haiti covering
National Palace begun this week and will continue over the coming months. But after more than 90 tumultuous years of history, the National Palace in Haiti , which was heavily damaged by the January 2010 earthquake, ended up as little more than a
United Nations peacekeeping troops responded to a rock-throwing demonstration by university students Monday evening with a barrage of tear gas and rubber bullets in the area around Haiti's National Palace, sending masses of displaced Haitians running
AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa) Carla Thompson, 53, of Meridian, Idaho, one of the 10 Americans who were arrested while trying to bus children out of Haiti without proper documents or government permission, arrives to court with her head covered as she is
A half-million Haitians who fled their shattered capital after the earthquake are starting to return to a maze of rubble piles, refugee camps and food lines, complicating ambitious plans to build a better Haiti...An estimated 500,000 people fled to
Haiti In the uncertainty and unrest after the earthquake, pockets of Haitians are hoping for the return of Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Men and women stand outside the gate to his private residence, a show of support for the twice-ousted former president.
TEN US Christian missionaries have been charged with child abduction and conspiracy, almost a week after they were caught trying to smuggle 33 children out of quake-hit Haiti. The Americans from an Idaho-based charity were formally charged with "
Frustration growing at Haiti aid bottlenecks Updated on Wednesday, February 03, 2010, 15:30 IST Port-Au-Prince, Haiti: The aid flooding into Haiti by plane and boat is not reaching earthquake victims quickly enough to stem growing unrest because of
The latest move in the long-running saga immediately followed a Federal Court decision to reverse a lower court's ruling that a large share of the $5.7 million (SFr6 million) in Swiss accounts should have gone to charities working in Haiti. Duvalier’
Since Haiti's catastrophic earthquake struck Jan. 12, President René Préval – once welcomed for his calm and quiet manner – became a silent shadow on the chaotic landscape, convincing many Haitians they are alone and adrift. At a memorial service at