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Haiti: Flooding claims at least 10 lives

Haiti continues to be at the mercy of hurricane season, as a night of heavy rainfall caused flooding that took at least 10 lives.

Fault Line: Tent camp evictions on the rise in Haiti

After the 2010 earthquake, 1.5 million Haitians were forced to live in makeshift tents. Almost three years later, these displaced Haitians are facing a new threat – eviction by alleged landowners and government officials. 

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim to visit Haiti on two-day tour

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim is visiting Haiti on Tuesday for a two-day tour of the region.

Sandy threatens Haiti with food crisis, cholera epidemic

Haiti is reeling from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, which hammered the Caribbean island with over three days of heavy rain and is threatening to cause a food crisis and cholera epidemic.

PHOTOS: Hurricane Sandy sweeps Caribbean, heads for US

While the storm has since weakened to a category-one hurricane, it is still expected to do significant damage in the US.

Hurricane Sandy gains force as it heads towards Jamaica, Cuba

Hurricane Sandy gained force Wednesday as it made its way towards Jamaica, where people were taking shelter from the strong winds and rain.

USAID contractor Chemonics cited for numerous mistakes in Haiti

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), which is in charge of allocating US aid in Haiti and around the world, responded to an audit last week of its Haiti contracts with Chemonics, the largest recipient of US aid contracts in the island nation and around the world. The findings were surprising. 

Isaac: Evacuations ordered on Louisiana-Mississippi border

Residents living along the Mississippi-Louisiana border were ordered to evacuate on Thursday as Tropical Storm Isaac moved north, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Haiti’s road to recovery

LES CAYES, Haiti — GlobalPost traveled National Route 7, a vital but treacherous commerce artery, to see which post-earthquake reconstruction projects are working — and which aren't. 

New Haiti constitution gives citizens abroad more rights

Haitians residing in the US and Canada send up to $2 billion in remittances back to relatives in Haiti every year, constituting around 20 percent of the country’s GDP.
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