Without Venezuela’s oil, Haiti struggles to keep lights on
When her daughter was 4 years old, Jennifer Jean started a small catering business in Bourdon, a lower middle-class district of the Haitian capital.Starting with the occasional wedding or corporate meeting, she grew the business into a venture that earned her as much as $1,000 a month, enough to pay ...
Global migrants’ journey stalls in southern Mexico
Thousands fleeing conflict or poverty in Nigeria, Cameroon, Bangladesh, Haiti and Cuba have traveled across oceans, through the jungles and mountains of South America, up through Central America, on a route that — so far — ends here: the steamy, crumbling Mexican city of Tapachula, near the Guatemala border. Over 1,500 ...
Calls between Haitian senator, gang leader roil Haiti
Sen. Gracia Delva defends his interaction with notorious criminal despite condemnation from public
Venezuela is key topic between Trump and Caribbean leaders
The political and economic crisis in Venezuela tops the agenda of President Donald Trump's meeting Friday with leaders from the Caribbean, a region that has been far from united in joining the U.S. call for the ouster of President Nicolas Maduro. Trump is hosting the leaders of Jamaica, Bahamas, Haiti, Dominican ...
US military vet recounts arrests in Haiti to
An American security contractor at the center of a mysterious case roiling Haitian politics says that he and a group of fellow veterans were sent to Haiti on a mission to protect a businessman signing a more than $50 million contract at the country's central bank.Chris Osman, a 44-year-old retired ...
US ambassador expresses support for Haitian President Moise
U.S. Ambassador Michele Sison expressed support Friday for Haiti's President Jovenel Moise, who has been the focus of two weeks of nationwide protests calling for his resignation. "We have always un
Armed Americans arrested in Haiti returned to US
Haitians express outrage the men appear to have escaped Haitian justice
US seeks ‘consular access’ for Americans arrested in Haiti
US citizens are among 8 armed men arrested with high powered weapons
Haitians seek water, food as businesses reopen after protest
Businesses and government offices are slowly reopening in Haiti after more than a week of violent demonstrations.People began lining up to buy food, water and gas and public transportation resumed on Monday in the capital of Port-au-Prince. Crews were clearing barricaded streets where tens of thousands of Haitians had protested ...
Haiti’s PM announces economic measures aimed at resolving crisis
Jean Henry Ceant's proposed solutions immediately criticized as empty promises when the nation needs action
Haitian protesters plan to return to streets Sunday
With a reprieve from protests for a day, Haitians were out on Saturday, using public transportation and frequenting local businesses
Haitians continue to protest, despite plea from president
Most citizens tell VOA they were unimpressed with president's speech and insist he resign
Haiti to unveil economic measures to quell violent protests
Haitians say they will keep protesting until President Jovenel Moise resigns despite his announcement of upcoming economic measures designed to quell more than a week of violent demonstrations across the country.Moise said late Thursday that he would not surrender the country to armed gangs and drug dealers and accused people ...
Haitian president to people: ‘I hear you’
President Jovenel Moise finally broke his silence after eight days of protests demanding his resignation
Haiti protesters march to presidential palace
Demonstrators vow to continue to take to the streets until President Jovenel Moise resigns
US deplores Haiti violence
The comment comes after a 6th day of protests crippled the capital, Port-au-Prince and cities nationwide
Angry Haitians demand regime change
Thousands hit streets in series of nationwide protests against inflation, corruption and what they view as ineffective president
Death toll in Haiti migrant boat sinking at 28
Boat sank off Bahamas Saturday; US embassy urges Haitians not to attempt dangerous journey
Trip to Haiti makes Naomi Osaka appreciate her good life
Naomi Osaka said she's just returned from Haiti where some people struggle to get clean drinking water. This makes her appreciate even more getting into the Australian Open quarterfinals — and her own good life.Haiti is her father's birthplace — her mother Tamaki is Japanese. It's also the poorest country ...
Witnesses: Men in police garb massacred civilians in Haiti
When a police truck carrying men in uniform pulled into an impoverished neighborhood in the Haitian capital, residents thought it was an official operation.Maybe police were finally trying to head off a war between the gangs that run protection rackets in the market next to the sprawling collection of cinderblock ...
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