Hurricanes are hitting the Caribbean and the southeast coast of the USA more and more often. In Haiti, over 300 people have been killed and over 350,000 are now homeless. "Monster" Hurricane Matthew continues its path of destruction.
Only about a quarter of Haitians have access to electricity. Nonprofit EarthSpark is bringing green energy to the country, and they're making it a feminist issue.
A 5.9 magnitude earthquake has hit northern Haiti killing at least 14 people and injuring more than 100. The quake was felt across the Caribbean island.
At least two people were killed and several injured in protests over corruption. Police opened fire on a crowd to clear the way for a presidential motorcade after a public ceremony being held nearby.
After IMF-mandated fuel price hikes triggered riots that resulted in at least four deaths, Haitian PM Guy Lafontant has resigned. Now the president is searching for a way to appease consumers, politicians and economists.
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