In Haiti’s capital Port au Prince, protesters threatened to disrupt Carnival celebrations which are due to take place on Sunday. They’re angry at the
Burning barricades of tyres and debris in the Haitian capital signalled the start of a two-day strike to protest against the high price of
A Provisional Electoral Council has been installed to organise much-delayed elections as UN Security Council members arrive in Port-au-Prince.
The President of Haiti is promising to announce a new government within the next 48 hours
A new prime minister of Haiti has taken office after weeks of unrest from protesters demanding long-overdue elections. President Michel Martelly
Failed last-ditch negotiations have led to the dissolution of the Haitian parliament. President Michel Martelly was unable to persuade opposition
Ongoing protests and clashes with the police in Haiti see demonstrators making urgent calls for President Michel Martelly to resign. Haiti, the
Haiti's President Martelly along with survivors pay tribute to the victims of the 2010 earthquake which left at least 300,000 people dead.
Waving banners including phrases like “Down with the occupation” anti-government protesters have taken to the streets of the Haitian capital to
Anti-government protesters in Haiti’s capital Port-au-Prince have called for the resignation of President Michel Martelly. This comes just days after
Haitians clash with police as the president scrambles to find a consensus candidate to act as interim prime minister
Haiti’s Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe announced his resignation on Sunday in the wake of widespread anti-government protests in the capital
Haiti’s Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe has delayed a speech on his possible resignation as protesters call for both him and the country’s president
The president of Haiti Michel Martelly has agreed to ask for the resignation of his prime minister Laurent Lamothe. It comes after a special
Thousands of people marched through Haiti’s capital Port-au-Prince for the second day running on Saturday. They are angry over delayed elections and
Haiti is preparing an appropriate send-off for former dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier who died of a heart attack on Monday.
But Haiti’s current
The former ruler of Haiti Jean-Claude Duvalier, otherwise known as “Baby Doc”, has died of a heart attack – leaving many questions unanswered over
Supporters of former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide scuffled with riot police on Tuesday as they marched through the capital Port-au-Prince
An armed gang has attacked Haiti’s main prison, releasing an unknown number of the jail’s 899 inmates.
Two police officers were hit by bullets in
Believers of Haiti’s most celebrated patron saint, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, travelled to the Saut d’Eau waterfall to pray and make requests.
Haitians have taken to the streets of Port-au-Prince calling for the resignation of president Michel Martelly and fresh elections amid growing
Divers believe they may have found the 500-year-old remains of one of Christopher Columbus’s ships which took part in his famous voyage to the New
An anti-government march in Haiti has ended in violence as police tried to break-up the demonstration.
Thousands of people took to the streets in
The United Nations is being sued by victims of a cholera epidemic on Haiti.
Investigators claim leaking sewage at a camp for UN peacekeepers from
Several thousand supporters of the former Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide have demonstrated against the current president in the capital
Haiti has welcomed its first 41 military recruits after they returned from training in Ecuador, as it slowly rebuilds its army which was abolished in