- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsAug 24 08:25 AM
CAP-HAITIEN, Haiti (AP) — Mathieux Saint Fleur has been virtually blind for two decades. In less than 24 hours, he will see again.
- WQAD MolineAug 17 02:55 PM
On Monday, volunteers donated their time and resources to fit a young Haitian girl for a new prosthetic leg. 15-year-old Joe-Verly Charles from Port-au-Prince lost part of her left leg after the Haiti earthquake in 2010. She was walking home when a concrete wall collapsed on top of her. Her family was able to get […]
- BBC NewsAug 06 05:46 PM
Has the international community failed Haiti, asks Owen Bennett-Jones.
- Los Angeles TimesAug 23 08:33 AM
Haiti pops up on the U.S. State Department's warnings (longer-term issues that often involve safety) and its alerts (usually for events of immediate interest) issued this month.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsAug 10 03:46 PM
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — An international mission that monitored legislative elections in Haiti said Monday that there were scattered problems with violence and other disruptions during Sunday's first round but not enough to disrupt the legitimacy of the overall vote.
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsAug 09 05:59 PM
By Peter Granitz PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (Reuters) - Haitians voted Sunday for the first time in four years in a test of stability for an impoverished country continually rocked by political turmoil. Men armed with rocks and bottles attacked polling stations in the capital of Port-au-Prince and about 50 of 1,500 voting centers around the country were "affected" by a mixture of violence and ...
- The Flint JournalAug 13 03:22 AM
From living in Haiti during the 2010 earthquake to being accepted into Columbia University, Samantha Pascal has had quite the journey over the past five years.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsAug 19 02:14 PM
CAP-HAITIEN, Haiti (AP) — Even while fighting blindness in the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere this week, Republican presidential contender Rand Paul intensified political attacks against rivals in both parties, vowing to continue pressing billionaire businessman Donald Trump in particular as the Kentucky senator embraces the role as the GOP's leading pit bull.
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsAug 18 08:57 AM
Port-au-Prince (AFP) - Fourteen candidates who ran in Haiti's first-round legislative elections have been disqualified over their suspected involvement in crime and violence that marred polling, election officials said Tuesday. Two people were killed during the long-delayed August 9 elections and sporadic violence forced dozens of voting centers to close in the first voting since 2011 in Haiti ...
- Washington PostAug 19 02:49 PM
Battered on the campaign trail, the Kentucky senator heads back to the operating room in Haiti.