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Tropical Storm has swept through the earthquake-struck island of Haiti
Tropical Depression Grace swept over Haiti with drenching rains late Monday, just two days after a powerful earthquake battered the impoverished Caribbean nation.
Haiti quake death toll rises to 1,941, injured now at 9,900
Injured earthquake victims continued to stream into Les Cayes’ overwhelmed general hospital, three days after the earthquake struck.
Haiti earthquake death toll rises to nearly 1,300
A 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Haiti on Saturday, with the epicenter 12 kilometres northeast of Saint-Louis du Sud, the US Geological Survey said.
The UK has abandoned Haiti. The push for a “Global Britain” is an opportunity to make amends ǀ View
2020 will mark a decade since the earthquake that devastated the country’s infrastructure and set Haiti back a generation. Lest we forget, this earthquake was catastrophic. More people died in five minutes than during five years of conflict in Syria.
Oxfam 'had culture of tolerating bad behaviour' - sex scandal report
A report into the sexual exploitation of earthquake victims by Oxfam workers in Haiti says the charity had a "culture of tolerating bad behaviour".
A Japanese lifeline to Haiti
Since the 2010 earthquake that killed 300,000 in Haiti, Japan has been a key partner in the country's reconstruction
Driver quits Oxfam over Haiti sex scandal
British actress says she's been "horrified" by misconduct allegations and the charity's response
Oxfam deputy chief steps down over Haiti prostitution scandal
It comes as one of Britain's biggest charities could have its government funding cut over its handling of the row involving its staff.
Oxfam to face UK government review over Haiti sex worker scandal
Some charity workers based in Haiti were reported to have paid for sex while on a mission to help those affected by the 2010 earthquake
US tells Haitian immigrants: legalise or leave
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke has withdrawn the special immigration status that has applied to Haitian immigrants since an earthquake devastated their country in 2010.
Haitians celebrate Day of the Dead
Haitians are paying tribute to their deceased loved ones during Day of Dead celebrations.
Video: Inside hurricane-ravaged Haiti hospital
The maternity unit at Beaumont hospital in Grand’ Anse, Haiti, lies in ruin.
Haiti's dead are remembered five years after devastating earthquake
Haiti's President Martelly along with survivors pay tribute to the victims of the 2010 earthquake which left at least 300,000 people dead.
Haiti: Rebuilding education
According to the UN, the earthquake in Haiti killed around 230,000 people, made a million people homeless and leveled many schools. The response to
Haiti: coping with catastrophe
The reality of Haiti two years on after the cameras have gone. Hundreds of thousands of people remain in camps with no education, no work and little
Reporter's blog: Dog eat dog in downtown Port-au-Prince
Haiti is both beautiful and blighted; access to housing, education, sanitation, healthcare, employment and security are the preserve of the
ECHO from Haiti
Humanitarian emergency response, getting what’s needed to a disaster zone fast… One year after the Haiti earthquake, European Union support towards
Haiti's fight against cholera
One year after Haiti’s earthquake, the country is reeling from cholera, which broke out in October. In a particularly vulnerable population
The eyes in the sky helping with major disasters
The tragic earthquake in Haiti last month triggered a vast international rescue effort. And space played a vital role in saving