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By Megan Janetsky, Associated Press
Cholera cases are overwhelming Haiti and experts warn the situation could worsen now that the country is bustling once again after a paralyzing fuel blockade that lasted two months.
By Evens Sanon, Dánica Coto, Associated Press
Two Haitian politicians are facing U.S. sanctions over allegations they abused their positions to traffic drugs in collaboration with gang networks and directed others to engage in violence.
By Fatima Hussein, Associated Press
A rapidly spreading cholera outbreak is straining the resources of nonprofits and local hospitals in a country where fuel, water and other basic supplies are growing scarcer by the day.
By Evens Sanon, Associated Press
Just 600 miles off of Florida’s coast, millions of Haitians face humanitarian, security, and political crises. More than one million people there suffer from acute food insecurity, cholera is spreading, violence has reached previously safe areas and the government appears…
By Nick Schifrin
In our news wrap Friday, former President Trump is under subpoena to testify before the Congressional Jan. 6 Committee, longtime Trump ally Steve Bannon was sentenced to four months in prison for contempt of Congress, Ukraine forces are ramping up…
By Dánica Coto, Associated Press
The U.N. Security Council has approved a resolution that imposes sanctions on Jimmy Chérizier, leader of a powerful gang federation in Haiti.
By Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press
The U.N. Security Council has unanimously adopted a resolution demanding an immediate end to violence and criminal activity in Haiti and imposing sanctions on individuals and groups that threaten peace and stability in the Western Hemisphere’s poorest nation.
The U.S. and Mexico say they are preparing a U.N. resolution that would authorize “an international assistance mission” to help improve security in crisis-wracked Haiti so desperately needed humanitarian aid can be delivered to millions in need.
By Associated Press
The United Nations Secretary-General called for an international "armed action" to reopen a port in Haiti that has been shut down by conflict.
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