J.D. Long-García October 09, 2018
A 5.9-magnitude earthquake rocked the Caribbean nation of Haiti Oct. 6, with authorities estimating 15 dead and 333 injured, the Associated Press reports.
A police officer stands guard during Carnival celebrations in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in February 2015. (CNS photo/Bob Roller)
Wyatt Massey February 26, 2018
Given the army’s past repression of the Haitian people, the military’s return has been a cause of concern to many. Protesters have taken to the streets, calling for leaders to shift the defense budget money to education.
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David Stewart February 23, 2018
Recent allegations about one of the United Kingdom’s biggest and best-known charities has driven increased demands from some quarters that overseas aid be reduced, if not abolished completely.
Margot Patterson February 22, 2018
Leaving Haiti should be a goal of every N.G.O.
A priest carries a monstrance in a Corpus Christi procession on June 15, 2017, as people pass the ruins of the the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. (CNS photo/Andres Martinez Casares, Reuters)
Wyatt Massey February 12, 2018
Msgr. Aris does not believe those in religious life in Haiti are currently being targeted more than other groups. Violent crime in Haiti is high but hard to measure since most crimes go unreported.
Trump’s comments have rightfully inspired outrage. But, for three reasons, they are not shocking.