PORT-DE-PAIX The weekend earthquake which battered Haiti killed 17 people, authorities said on Tuesday, and damaged or destroyed nearly 2,500 houses, sparking fears that many buildings are in a precarious state in the impoverished Caribbean country.
PORT-DE-PAIX An earthquake hit northern Haiti late on Saturday, killing at least 14 people and sparking a scramble by rescue agencies to help residents of the worst-hit towns in the impoverished Caribbean country. | Video
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Oct 7 An earthquake hit northern
Haiti late on Saturday, killing at least 11 people and sparking
an overnight scramble to help towns in the impoverished
Caribbean country battered by the shockwave.
PORT-AU-PRINCE An earthquake that struck off the northern coast of Haiti late on Saturday killed at least 11 people and injured more than a hundred when several buildings collapsed in the impoverished Caribbean country, officials said.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Oct 6 An earthquake that struck
off the northern coast of Haiti late on Saturday killed at least
11 people and injured more than a hundred when several buildings
collapsed in the impoverished Caribbean country, officials said.
PORT-AU-PRINCE Haiti's president on Tuesday installed a seven-member high command for the new army, pledging that the force due to have 5,000 soldiers will help the impoverished Caribbean nation recover from natural disasters and rebuild infrastructure.
PORT-AU-PRINCE A diplomatic row has erupted between the Haitian government and the United Nations over comments made by a senior U.N. official cheering an investigation into the alleged misuse of Venezuela-sponsored Petrocaribe funds by previous administrations.
PORT-AU-PRINCE Oxfam hid information about sexual misconduct from authorities in Haiti, a senior official in the Caribbean nation said on Monday, and he vowed to launch a wide-reaching investigation into charities operating there.
PORT-AU-PRINCE Haiti's president said on Friday that sexual misconduct by staff of British charity Oxfam was only the tip of an "iceberg" and called for investigations into Doctors Without Borders and other aid organizations which came to the country after its 2010 earthquake. | Video
PORT-AU-PRINCE The Haitian government could revoke British charity Oxfam's right to operate in the disaster-stricken Caribbean island, a senior government official said, potentially deepening the crisis that has engulfed the troubled NGO.