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2 Feb
Flooding triggered by torrential rain in Haiti left four people dead and one missing, authorities said Tuesday.
16 Jan
A former Haitian lawmaker who is a suspect in the assassination of the country's president has been arrested in Jamaica, Jamaican authorities said Saturday.
4 Jan
Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry told AFP in an interview Monday that he was targeted in an assassination attempt during weekend national day celebrations.
16 Dec
Fears grew Wednesday the death toll from a massive gas truck explosion in Haiti would climb as officials scrambled to provide care for dozens suffering burn injuries sustained in the accident.
14 Dec
At least 50 people were killed when a gas tanker exploded in the Haitian city of Cap-Haitien on Tuesday morning, according to a local official, with overwhelmed local medics saying the toll was feared to rise.
17 Oct 2021
About 15 American missionaries and family members were kidnapped on Saturday by a gang outside the Haitian capital, a local security source told AFP.
14 Oct 2021
Although his catholic leanings were signified by a plastic doll of Mary with the baby Jesus and a pealing silver colored cross that were suspended with a time-corroded rope he had manufactured from the torn clothing...
13 Oct 2021
In the Christmas month of December 2010, when most Africans were homeward bound, I met Louise in the sprawling township of Ajegunle after searching without luck for a cousin
1 Oct 2021
The traditional ruler of Umuanyi autonomous community in Isiukwuato LGA Abia state, Eze Cletus Uwadiegwu Ogbonnaya has urged Igbo at home and in diaspora to mobilise and despatch palliatives
23 Sep 2021
The US special envoy to Haiti resigned Thursday two months after his appointment, denouncing the Biden administration's deportation of Haitian migrants from the US-Mexico border back to their home country.
22 Sep 2021
The United Nations expressed deep concern Tuesday at mass deportations of Haitian migrants from the United States, warning they could go against international law.
15 Sep 2021
The investigation into the assassination of Haitian president Jovenel Moise descended into confusion Tuesday, as the Caribbean island's prime minister sacked a prosecutor who had accused him of links to the killing.

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