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
A newspaper report said Oxfam staff paid prostitutes for sex while on a mission to help 2010 earthquake victims. The British charity says it dismissed four employees following an internal investigation.
When a sexual abuse scandal rapped at the door of Oxfam, the world was appalled. But as DW's Helena Humphrey reports from her own experience in the field, it’s likely that the allegations are only the tip of the iceberg.
The Department of Homeland Security argued that Haiti is now a safe country. However, as one Republican lawmaker noted, "Haiti remains in total disarray" after a horrific earthquake in 2010 and political turmoil.
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.
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