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4.9 mln Haitians still need humanitarian aid, despite signs of progress: UN

Around 4.9 million people, which means 43 percent of the population of Haiti, will need humanitarian assistance this year; despite some signs of progress,...

Haitian authorities to host international donor conference to combat earthquake impact

The international donor conference will be held by the Haitian authorities and its partners, which includes the United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti (BINUH),...

Haitian opposition group wants the US to stop favouring PM Henry government

A strong Haitian opposition group wanted the United States to stop favouring the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry.

Haiti: Hundreds of people turns to find shelter, food after heavy floods

Hundreds of people have turned to find shelter in Haiti as authorities on Wednesday said that they are struggling to provide drinking water and have been unable to reach several communities that have been recently affected by heavy flooding that took place in recent days.

Cuban doctors kidnapped in Haiti, Kidnappers demands ransom

A Cuban doctor named Dr Daymara Perez, who has been working in Haiti since 2019, is currently at the Notre Dame Hospital in Petit-Goave, the southern region of Port-au-Prince. Ten days ago, she was travelling through the Martissant neighbourhood via public bus, on the south edge of Port-au-Prince, when the bus was stopped by an armed group that captured her and dragged her out of the bus.

Haiti needs an immediate action to reestablish security situation: PM Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has asked for immediate action to settle the security situation in Haiti as several senior officials from Canada, the US, France and other nations green flagged to increase help for the Caribbean nation's troubled police force.

US Coast Guard pulls 176 Haitians from a vessel near Florida

The US Coast Guard has pulled around 176 Haitians from an overloaded, unseaworthy boat as it arrived at the coast of Florida, officials said, amid the ongoing crises in Haiti.

Two journalists killed by Haitian gangs while reporting on disturbed area

The dead bodies of two Haitian journalists killed on Thursday by gang members while reporting in a disputed area south of Port-au-Prince, police said on Friday, as the spike in violence issues continues to shake the Caribbean nation.

11 people killed in an attempt to break the prison in Haiti

On January 3, 2022, ten inmates of Haiti prison tried to escape and were killed, police officials said. Moreover, in the incident, a police...

Haiti PM Henry sustains assassination attempts

Haiti: On Sunday, January 2, 2021, an attempt to assassinate the Prime Minister of Haiti, Ariel Henry, occurred at a church in the city...

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