"This is the first time that this has happened in recent years," said Martin Griffiths of the United Nations. about the reduced ask. Why in a time of greater need is the U.N. lowering its appeal?
A judge in Haiti probing the 2021 assassination of President Jovenel Moïse indicted his widow, Martine Moïse, ex-prime minister Claude Joseph and the ex-chief of Haiti's National Police, Léon Charles.
"Conflict-related sexual violence" is as old as the Bible and as topical as current wars around the world. We talk to three experts about why it persists, why it's underreported and how to stop it.
Uncertainty have been spreading since Friday's ruling, blocking the deployment of a U.N.-backed police force, with violence reaching new records as gangs tighten their grip on Haiti's capital.
The act of providing food aid to countries in need turns out to be a complicated and controversial matter. Here's why.
Armed men had seized Alix Dorsainvil and her child from the El Roi Haiti clinic she worked at in a gang-controled part of Port-au-Prince.
Gang warfare has increasingly plagued Haiti since the 2021 assassination of President Jovenel Moïse. Criminal control has worsened and today the innocent are often killed, raped and held for ransom.
The humanitarian group El Roi Haiti said Alix Dorsainvil and her child were taken from the organization's campus near Port-au-Prince.
It's President Biden's first trip to Canada as president. He and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are expected to discuss their concerns about the security crisis in Haiti.
Animals carry millions of pathogens. So it's a daunting task to find the one with the greatest potential to spark a pandemic. Now scientists are rethinking the way they hunt for that next new virus.
U.S. authorities have arrested four more people in the slaying of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, including the owner of a Miami-area security company, prosecutors announced.
The U.S. and other countries put sanctions on Haitian gangsters and a corrupt politician. But as Haiti combats hunger, cholera and gangs, many want Haitian solutions — not a foreign troop deployment.
The U.S. and Mexico proposed to the United Nations Security Council a "non-U.N." force for Haiti to help the country resolve deepening crises, but countries are cautious given prior harmful efforts.
A U.S. State Department statement said the equipment was bought by Haiti's government, which it is thought will be used to halt the spread of cholera.
With warring gangs and a powerless government since Jovenel Moïse was killed in his home, many are risking perilous voyages on rickety boats to start lives elsewhere.