It's been nearly three decades since Haiti's Triomphe cinema shuttered its doors, but the storied theater is back.
United Nations Security Council members arrived in Haiti for a three-day visit to urge the government to hold long-delayed elections.
Haiti's President Michel Martelly swore in as the country's new prime minister Evans Paul.
US officials admitted that Washington had been over ambitious in its plans to help Haiti in the aftermath of a devastating earthquake.
Kazakhstani peacekeeprs talked about their daily routine in Western Sahara.
Haiti is preparing an appropriate send-off for former dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier.
Haiti's former dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier died on Saturday of a heart attack. He was 63.
A jailbreak Sunday at a high-security prison near Haiti's capital left dozens of inmates on the loose.
The United Nations has a "moral responsibility" to help impoverished Haiti end a devastating cholera outbreak some blame on peacekeepers, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says.
The Haitian government announced that legislative elections will be held in October, three years behind schedule amid a slow earthquake recovery process and gargantuan logistical woes.
Thousands of Haitians took to the streets of the capital Port-au-Prince Thursday to demand that President Michel Martelly step down and new elections be held.
Hard-hit by a cholera epidemic that started in 2010, Haiti now faces a new threat in the expanding chikungunya virus, authorities said
A truck filled with food and street vendors overturned Saturday in Haiti, killing 23 people and wounding two dozen others.
A Haitian judge on Friday indicted nine people, including several with close ties to former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide, in the murder of a prominent journalist, officials said.
About 30 Haitian migrants died after an overloaded freighter capsized in the Bahamas and 110 others were rescued in rough seas, the US Coast Guard said Tuesday.
A US jury on Friday awarded a Haitian photographer $1.22 million in damages after ruling that Agence France-Presse (AFP) and its US partner Getty Images wilfully infringed his copyright in 2010.
While people around the world celebrate the arrival of Christmas, residents of a refugee camp in Haiti say hunger and want will mark the holiday, like every other day of the year.
Hurricane Sandy, the deadly storm that slammed into New York and New Jersey in October, tore through the Caribbean long before reaching America. In Haiti, many still await help.
Several hundred protesters angry over rising costs of living called Sunday for Haitian President Martin Martelly to resign at a march in the country's capital.
Haiti braced for a cruel new battering Thursday as Tropical Storm Isaac swept across the Caribbean toward the shattered island, gathering strength and threatening to reach hurricane force.
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