Hundreds of people, mostly children, are sheltering in a school in the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince after gang violen
Haitians are demanding their government step down because of runaway inflation and unchecked gang violence.
Authorities have now found a total of five bodies, leaving 34 missing. They have stressed the difficulty of finding survivors in the turbulent waters of the Gulf Stream.
The Coast Guard is calling it a case of human smuggling. Officials said on Twitter that they are searching by both air and sea over a roughly 135-mile area.
Truly getting through this pandemic requires administering global immunization campaigns for countries like Haiti that haven’t received initial Covid-19 vaccination shipments.
Captive missionaries in Haiti found freedom last week by making a daring overnight escape, according to the agency they work for, officials said Monday.
"We've been extremely busy here at the shelter," said Matt Tice, the director of Vive. He said he has had to add more beds to the dormitory rooms and recently converted spaces that had been used for workshops and other programming to make room for more residents.
The hostage-taking of 17 people in Haiti stands out for its brazenness and also illustrates the dangers that religious missionaries face abroad.
Associated Press photographers have documented scenes of daily life in Haiti over the past four months. Here is a collection of their images:
At a bus stop under the brutal southwest Texas sun, a sense of relief for this group of Haitian migrants.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday that the White House is seeking more information on the "horrific" viral videos that appear to show US Border Patrol agents on horseback confronting Haitian refugees at the US border.
A week and a half after the earthquake that ripped through Haiti’s southwest, relief efforts continue despite obstacles.
The death toll from a 7.2-magnitude earthquake in Haiti climbed to 1,297 on Sunday, a day after the powerful temblor turned thousands of struc…
LES CAYES, Haiti (AP) — The death toll from a powerful magnitude 7.2 earthquake in Haiti climbed sharply on Sunday, with at least 724 dead and a minimum of 2,800 injured.
Here's a look at why earthquakes are so prevalent in Haiti and the latest updates as the death toll rises to more than 700.
The center of the storm may pass north of where the earthquake struck Haiti, but there will still be impacts that can hamper aid and rescue efforts.
"We can hear people screaming under the rubble. People are running back and forth to the hospital."
Haiti on Saturday was struck by a powerful earthquake that was actually slightly stronger than the devastating 2010 quake that turned much of the capital city of Port-au-Prince into rubble. The 7.2 magnitude earthquake has killed at least 225 people,, an early toll that experts fear will rise dramatically in coming days. However, experts don’t think the damage will be as widespread or deadly ...
The U.S. Geological Survey, issuing a "red alert" for the disaster, estimated fatalities could stretch into the thousands. Here's what's known so far.