By Ivette Feliciano, Connie Kargbo
Dr. Jean William Pape has been on the frontline of Haiti’s ever-changing public health needs, from the early days of the AIDS epidemic to the devastating 2010 earthquake. Now, as the country’s fragile healthcare system confronts a massive uptick in…
By Evens Sanon, Associated Press
Off-duty police officers and their supporters exchanged fire for nearly two hours on Sunday with members of the newly reconstituted Haitian army in front of the national palace, in a dangerous escalation of protests over police pay and working conditions.
By PBS NewsHour
This year, NewsHour Weekend’s Ivette Feliciano and Zachary Green reported on stories that epitomized human resilience, including a Haitian doctor’s fight against HIV and AIDS, how the Jewish community in Pittsburgh is healing a year after the Tree of Life…
By Layla Quran
Protesters hope smaller protests will avoid a repeat of recent violence, which has resulted in several deaths. At the same time, they are not backing down from their demands: that government officials be held accountable and that foreign nations stop…
While mass demonstrations against the government have rocked Hong Kong for months, protests in Iraq and Lebanon have unseated respective governments. People in Barcelona, Haiti and Chile have also taken to the streets with their demands. Vali Nasr, a former…
By Miles O'Brien
More than five weeks since Hurricane Dorian devastated the Bahamas, the complexities of the storm and the recovery are in some ways just beginning to reveal themselves. But scientists also say the long game for the Bahamas is very uncertain,…
By Dánica Coto, Associated Press
President Jovenel Moïse still has more than two years left in his term and says he will not step down, but protesters seeking his resignation vow to continue with violent demonstrations.
"Fuel shortages, lack of safe water and other essentials are also affecting orphanages, civil protection units and other emergency services," a U.N. spokesman said.
In our Monday news wrap, the Kremlin declared that U.S. officials need Russian consent before releasing transcripts of President Trump's phone calls with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Democratic lawmakers are pressing for their release. Also, two front-runners in Afghanistan's presidential…
Opposition protesters are expected to block streets and attempt to paralyze Haiti's economy as they press for President Jovenel Moïse to give up power.
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