- NBC Chicago7 days ago
An Evanston man has pleaded guilty to trying to illegally export guns to Haiti, federal prosecutors announced Friday. Patrick Germain, 45, admitted to trying to export 16 handguns, five ...
Tensions are running high in Port-au-Prince Tuesday, one day before a protest march is called in reaction to a burgeoning Petrocaribe corruption scandal that embroils members of Haiti's government. | Miami HeraldMiami Herald1 day ago
Tensions are running high in Port-au-Prince Tuesday, one day before a protest march is called in reaction to a burgeoning Petrocaribe corruption scandal that embroils members of Haiti's government.
- Colorado Springs Gazette2 days ago
The Smith family gathers on the field after a Colorado Springs Christian School soccer win. Lookens Smith fist bumps with his little brothers, Jake and Caleb, (left to right) while
- Shelbyville Daily Union4 days ago
Next April, two colleagues from HSHS Good Shepherd Hospital, Jean Hudson and Chelsea Wildman, are bound for a mission in Haiti. In a true Christian spirit, they will be stepping out of ...
- ABC 15 Phoenix20 hours ago
The narcotics were gathered off the coasts of the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Aruba between late September to early October.
- KHQ Spokane23 hours ago
Charities have come under increased scrutiny following allegations that staff from the aid organization Oxfam used prostitutes while working in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake.
- Washington Post23 hours ago
During the offseason , he made a second humanitarian trip to Haiti with former Oakland teammate Derek Carr. Then he traveled to Germany and Italy as part of a United Service Organizations ...
- The Emory Wheel2 days ago
Emory’s senior defender and co-captain Danielle Darius joins their ranks with her debut in the 2018 edition on the Haiti women’s national U-20 football team. A week before she took the ...
- Post-Bulletin1 day ago
An anti-corruption campaign that started on social media saw its biggest street protest yet when tens of thousands of Haitians took to the streets across the Caribbean country Wednesday to demand ...
- Stars and Stripes2 days ago
The three suspected smuggling vessels were stopped off the coasts of the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Aruba by different U.S. Coast Guard cutters.