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Polls in landmark Haiti elections close after no big snags

Oct 26 2015

PORT-AU-PRINCE Voting in Haiti on Sunday went relatively smoothly in landmark elections for president and parliament, with officials hoping clean results will cement democracy in the Western hemisphere's poorest country. | Video

Polls in landmark Haiti elections close after no big snags

Oct 25 2015

PORT-AU-PRINCE Voting in Haiti on Sunday went relatively smoothly in landmark elections for president and parliament, with officials hoping clean results will cement democracy in the Western hemisphere's poorest country.

Polls in landmark Haiti elections close after no big snags

Oct 25 2015

PORT-AU-PRINCE Voting in Haiti on Sunday went relatively smoothly in landmark elections for president and parliament, with officials hoping clean results will cement democracy in the Western hemisphere's poorest country. | Video

Voting in landmark Haiti elections calm amid tight security

Oct 25 2015

PORT-AU-PRINCE Voting in Haiti on Sunday appeared to be going smoothly in landmark elections for president as well as a parliament dissolved since January, polls that officials hope will cement democracy in the Western hemisphere's poorest country. | Video

Voting in landmark Haiti elections calm amid tight security

Oct 25 2015

PORT-AU-PRINCE Voting in Haiti on Sunday appeared to be going smoothly in landmark elections for president as well as a parliament dissolved since January, polls that officials hope will cement democracy in the Western hemisphere's poorest country. | Video

Haitians vote in landmark elections as security tightened

Oct 25 2015

PORT-AU-PRINCE Haitians began voting on Sunday in landmark elections for president, as well as a parliament that has sat empty for 10 months, polls that officials hope will cement democracy in the Western hemisphere's poorest country.

Haitians face choice of 54 candidates in presidential election

Oct 23 2015

PORT-AU-PRINCE Voters in Haiti go to the polls on Sunday with ballot papers crammed with 54 candidates seeking to become the next president of the hemisphere's poorest country.

Haiti border crisis grows as Dominican Republic expels 'migrants'

Sep 19 2015

ANSE-à-PITRE, Haiti Every morning, Gustavo Adolfo wakes up in a migrant shelter in Haiti, treks across a field of burnt brush where men make charcoal, and crosses a river into the Dominican Republic, a country he left in fear three months ago.

Haiti border crisis grows as Dominican Republic expels 'migrants'

Sep 19 2015

ANSE-à-PITRE, Haiti Every morning, Gustavo Adolfo wakes up in a migrant shelter in Haiti, treks across a field of burnt brush where men make charcoal, and crosses a river into the Dominican Republic, a country he left in fear three months ago.

Max Beauvoir, Haiti's supreme leader of voodoo dies

Sep 13 2015

Max Gesner Beauvoir, the "Ati" or supreme leader of voodoo, Haiti's traditional Afro-Caribbean religion, died at the age of 79, his family said.

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