Thousands of people have taken to the streets of the Haitian capital in the third straight day of protests against the government of President Jovenel Moise.
Haiti bans Oxfam GB over sex scandal
After allegations of sexual misconduct by some Oxfam workers, Mark Goldring said someone else should rebuild the aid organisation
Since the 2010 earthquake that killed 300,000 in Haiti, Japan has been a key partner in the country's reconstruction
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke has withdrawn the special immigration status that has applied to Haitian immigrants since an earthquake devastated their country in 2010.
Anger over Haiti's budget have led to the biggest demonstrations against President Hovenel Moise since he took office this year
Migrants are pouring over the boarder away from the US into Canada
The United Nations Security Council votes unanimously for the scandal-struck Haiti peacekeeper mission to come to an end.
At least 38 people have been killed and a dozen more injured in northern Haiti when a bus drove into pedestrians while fleeing from a separate accident.
The former Haitian president Rene Preval has died at the age of 74.
Dressed as dragons and dancing in the streets, thousands of Haitians celebrated the opening of the country’s Carnival on Sunday (February 19) in the commune of…
An electoral tribunal in Haiti has confirmed businessman Jovenel Moise as the country's new president
United Nations Secretary-General Ban-ki Moon has profoundly apologized for the world body’s role in the Island nation’s cholera outbreak, saying he “deeply regrets” the suffering and loss of…
Provisional results suggest Jovenel Moise has won the presidential election in Haiti.
The political novice has won a majority in the first round, avoiding a second round runoff.
Counting is under way in Haiti’s long delayed election.
Haitians are heading to the polls in a long-delayed presidential election.
The country has been struggling with cholera since it was first brought in accidently in 2010 by UN peacekeepers