Tag: <span>Haitian cholera outbreak</span>

Haiti Still Recovering Two Years After Earthquake

Today in Latin America Top Story — Tuesday marked the second anniversary of the Magnitude 7 earthquake that destroyed much of the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince and left around 316,000 people […] Read More >

Haiti: Document Shows Martelly’s Plans For New Army

Today in Latin America Top Story — Haitian President   plans to push ahead with a controversial plan to restore the country’s disbanded military, according to a document obtained by […] Read More >

Haiti: Protesters Want U.N. Troops Out After Alleged Sexual Abuse Scandal

Today in Latin America Top Story— Protesters in Haiti took to the streets to demand the withdrawal of United Nation’s peacekeepers following an alleged case of sexual abuse by Uruguayan […] Read More >

Haiti: Protest Erupts Over Alleged Attack By U.N. Peacekeepers

Today in Latin America Top Story — Several hundred Haitians took to the streets of a coastal town Monday to protest the alleged sexual assault of an 18-year old man […] Read More >

Hillary Clinton In Haiti To Discuss Elections And Cholera Outbreak

Today in Latin America Top Story — United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that the U.S. will not suspend aid to Haiti after meetings in the capital of […] Read More >

Haitian Earthquake;The Country Struggles To Rebuild One Year After

Today in Latin America Top Story — One year ago today a magnitude 7.0 earthquake rocked Haiti, with its epicenter about 16 miles form the capital of Port-au-Prince. The earthquake […] Read More >

Aid Groups In Haiti Raise Housing Prices; Sarah Palin Visits The Country

Today in Latin America Top Story — Foreign aid workers are causing an increase in housing prices, political turmoil and perhaps even the cholera epidemic in Haiti, according to a feature […] Read More >

Haiti Presidential Elections Go To Run-Off; Government Candidate To Face Former First Lady

Today in Latin America Top Story — Haiti’s contested presidential elections will go to a second round run-off, with the government-backed candidate and a former first lady ready to square off. […] Read More >

U.N. Asks Haiti To Ignore Unofficial Elections Results; Cholera Death Toll Tops 1,800

Today in Latin America Top Story — The United Nations has asked Haitians to ignore unofficial results from the country’s contested elections over the weekend and wait until next week […] Read More >

Death Toll In Haiti Cholera Outbreak Hits 1,000; First Case Detected in Dominican Republic

Today in Latin America Top Story — The death toll in Haiti’s cholera outbreak passed 1,000, three weeks after the disease was first detected, as riots hit Haiti’s second-largest city […] Read More >