Haiti

Millions Going Hungry In Haiti 10 Years After Devastating Earthquake

The World Food Program is appealing for $62 million to provide life-saving food assistance over the next six months to 700,000 people suffering from severe hunger in the Caribbean island of Haiti.Millions of Haitians still lack proper shelter, food...
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Haiti Earthquake Victims Honoured At Un, With Pledge To Safeguard The Nation’s Future

More than 200,000 Haitians who perished in the devastating earthquake which struck the island nation ten years ago, were honoured in a solemn ceremony of remembrance at UN Headquarters in New York on Friday, along with 102 staffers who died – the...
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This Community Library Is Changing The Chaos Narrative In Haiti's Cité Soleil

Cité Soleil is transforming its image of urban despairCommunity members in Cité Soleil in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, are building a community library brick by brick, dollar by dollar, transforming the chaos narrative in this impoverished area. Photo...
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Trump Should Enforce ‘america First’ In Suit Against Honduras

As Sunday was the 10th anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Haiti in 2010, and as Puerto Rico continues to suffer from a two-week-long series of temblors, a contractor in Mobile, Alabama, this week faces a key court hearing as he seeks...
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Haiti Faces Difficult Questions Ten Years After A Devastating Earthquake

Edwidge Danticat reflects on the tenth anniversary of the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that devastated Haiti on January 12, 2010, and the current and chronic problems still facing the country as it rebuilds.
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A Decade After The Earthquake, Haiti Still Struggles To Recover

More than 300,000 people were killed, several hundred thousand were injured and nearly 1.5 million were left homeless when magnitude 7 earthquake hit Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010.
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Youtubers’ Campaign Will Plant Trees In California, Kenya, And India

Thanks to YouTuber MrBeast’s viral tree planting campaign, more than 21 million trees will be planted across the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland, Madagascar, Mozambique, Nepal, and the United...
Related topics: Kenya, India, United Kingdom, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Indonesia, Ireland, Madagascar, Mozambique

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Security Council Calls For Dialogue In Haiti

The UN Security Council has stressed the need to resolve the ongoing political impasse in Haiti between President Jovenel Moïse and a surging opposition movement. 

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‘haiti Is At War With Venezuela’: Protesters Seek Moïse’s Ouster For Toeing Us Anti-caracas...

Haitian President Jovenel Moïse is being used as a US puppet to shape Haiti’s political landscape and destabilize Venezuela, Kim Ives, editor of the English Section of Haiti Liberte, told Radio Sputnik’s By Any Means Necessary.
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Haiti: Food Insecurity Expected To Rise Next Year, Un Humanitarian Agency Reports

The number of Haitians who do not have sufficient food to eat is expected to surpass four million next year, the UN humanitarian affairs office, OCHA, said on Friday. 

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Why The Navy Seals Finally Decided To Replace Their Beloved P226 Pistol

Kyle Mizokami Security, Americas It was about time. Key point: The Mk. 25 has been a constant companion for SEALs over the past three decades, including operations in Panama, Somalia, Haiti, the Balkans, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and other...
Related topics: Navy SEALs, Panama, Somalia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria

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Researchers Say U.n. Peacekeepers Fathered And Left Behind Children In Haiti

NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Dr. Susan Bartels about the report she co-authored on U.N. peacekeepers conceiving children in Haiti during their 2004-17 stabilization mission there.

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News Brief: Impeachment Vote, Fbi Rebuked, Haiti Protests Ease

The House votes Wednesday on whether to impeach President Trump. Secretive U.S. court rebukes the FBI for mistakes in Russia probe. And, for the time being at least, protests in Haiti have subsided.
Related topics: FBI, Protests, Russia

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Haiti’s Cry For Help As Climate Change Is Compared To An Act Of Violence Against The Island Nation

Haiti’s Environment Minister Joseph Jouthe says that “climate change is a very big terror in Haiti”, and without funds the Caribbean island nation is unable to adapt and mitigate against it. Credit: Desmond Brown/IPSBy Desmond BrownMADRID, Dec...

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Haiti: The Politics Of Survival

Haiti is already the western hemisphere's poorest country. Things are getting worse. Plugged In examines the political, economic and social collapse of a country has yet to recover from a devastating earthquake nearly 10 years ago. Haiti's...
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The Media Is Blatantly Ignoring Uprisings Across The Globe

Two thousand and nineteen may be remembered as the year of the protest, as demonstrations are engulfing the world. From the Yellow Vests in France to demonstrations in Lebanon, Gaza, Chile, Ecuador and Haiti, sustained movements all over the planet...
Related topics: Protests, France, Lebanon, Gaza Strip, Palestine, Chile, Ecuador

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Us Marine Who Smuggled Guns To Haiti Wanted To Take Over Country, Become President

US Marine Who Smuggled Guns To Haiti Wanted To Take Over Country, Become President Authored by John Vibes via TheMindUnleashed.com, An active-duty U.S. Marine was arrested for attempting to smuggle guns and ammunition into Haiti in...

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Protests Subside, But Economic Aftershocks Rattle Haitians

 The flaming barricades are mostly gone, protesters have largely dissipated and traffic is once again clogging the streets of Haiti's capital, but hundreds of thousands of people are now suffering deep economic aftershocks after more than two...
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Wednesday’s Daily Brief: Peacekeeping Performance, Iranians' Rights, Syria, Australia, Haiti...

A recap of Thursday’s top stories: UN evaluates peacekeeping performance; civilians under greater attack in northeast Syria; UN rights chief on Iranian protester clampdown; ending medical evacuation for refugees to Australia; food crisis widens in...
Related topics: Syria, Australia, Protests

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How Surviving A Hurricane Turned Into Surviving Discrimination

Bertin M. Louis Jr. Security, Americas Haitian migrants face deportation and stigma in hurricane-ravaged Bahamas. Haiti wasn’t on Hurricane Dorian’s slow-moving path of destruction across the Caribbean in early September, but Haitians are...
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