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.
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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.
Dr. Sriram Shamasunder just spent a week in Rwanda at the university co-founded by Paul Farmer — and witnessed the passion and compassion of this global health champion days before his untimely death.
A former Haitian senator sought in the killing of President Jovenel Moïse has been arrested in Jamaica, Haiti's National Police says. John Joël Joseph is the second suspect to be arrested in Jamaica.
The U.S. government announced that it charged Mario Antonio Palacios, a 43-year-old former Colombian soldier who is one of the main suspects in the July killing of Haitian president Jovenel Moïse.
The remaining 12 of the 17 people who had been held hostage in Haiti are free, exactly two months after they were kidnapped by a Haitian gang.
The truck overturned and exploded in a fireball in the coastal city of Cap-Haitien, engulfing cars and homes in flames as it killed more than 50 people and injured dozens of others.
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A gang is demanding millions of dollars in ransom for 17 kidnapped missionaries. Faith-based humanitarian groups say their work demands balancing risk with the need to serve the most vulnerable.
Sixteen members of Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries are U.S. citizens, including 5 children. The 400 Mawazo gang that took the group specializes in mass kidnappings and seeks a $17 million ransom.