Exactly four years ago a huge earthquake devastated the poverty-stricken Caribbean nation. On Sunday, survivors honored the 200,000 victims who lost their lives in the disaster
After 13 years, the United Nations is ending its stabilization mission in Haiti. But as the last UN soldiers leave the Caribbean island, many issues remain unresolved — for both Haiti and the UN.
The UN peacekeeping mission helped maintain order through 13 years of political turmoil and catastrophe. A new mission made up of about 1,300 international civilian police officers is set to replace the Blue Helmets.
Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Port-au-Prince to decry the upcoming runoff round of the presidential elections. The opposition is boycotting the vote; accusing the government of fraud.
President-elect Jovenel Moise has been inaugurated in Haiti, putting to bed an 18-month electoral crisis. Several opponents are still contesting his first-round victory though in the crisis-ridden Caribbean state.
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