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United States

Andres Martinez Casares

Haitians abandon forgotten town, isolated for over a decade

Jan 11 2019

BOUCAN FERDINAND, Haiti Near the bottom of the island of Hispaniola in southeast Haiti is a forgotten village, cut off from its own country, and slowly emptying as its residents leave for the neighboring Dominican Republic.

Haitian civil unrest enters third day despite fuel hike reversal

Jul 08 2018

PORT-AU-PRINCE Protesters blocked streets in Haiti on Sunday while many damaged or looted stores stayed closed for a third day following anger over steep fuel price increases in the Caribbean nation.

Haitian civil unrest enters third day despite fuel hike reversal

Jul 08 2018

PORT-AU-PRINCE, July 8 Mostly young protesters in Haiti blocked streets on Sunday while many stores remained closed for a third day following anger over steep fuel price increases in the Caribbean nation.

Haitian army set to make controversial return after two decades

Nov 18 2017

CAP-HAITIEN/PORT-AU-PRINCE Haiti's president on Saturday heralded the re-establishment of the country's military after 22 years, a divisive issue in the impoverished Caribbean nation which has a history of bloody coups and political instability.

A walk through western Mosul

Apr 25 2017

IRAQ, Mosul Inside are tattered curtains, crumbling walls and torn up floors. Outside is a near ghost town.

Lone freight train stranded at Mosul's wrecked rail hub

Apr 10 2017

MOSUL, Iraq The freight train cars have been waiting idle in Mosul since Islamic State fighters stormed in more than two years ago - and with the main station bombed and tracks pulled up they won't be going anywhere soon.

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