Monthly Archive: September 2011

Sep 20

Building a Safer Haiti

United Nations forces need to stay on while Haiti builds a competent, nonpolitical police force.

Sep 17

Haiti MPs approve Bill Clinton aide as new PM

Lawmakers in Haiti’s lower house on Friday unanimously approved the nomination of Garry Conille, an advisor to former US president Bill Clinton, to be the country’s prime minister.

Sep 15

Protesters in Haiti demand ouster of UN troops

Protesters calling for the withdrawal of U.N. peacekeepers from Haiti clashed with police Wednesday outside the earthquake-damaged Haitian National Palace.

Sep 14

A search for rare animals before Haiti’s forests – and the animals – disappear

LA GRANDE COLLINE, Haiti – With mist drifting across the treetops and thousands of frogs singing, it was hard to believe this cloud forest in the mountains was less than 120 miles from the squalor of Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince.

Sep 14

A search for rare animals before Haiti’s forests – and the animals – disappear

LA GRANDE COLLINE, Haiti – With mist drifting across the treetops and thousands of frogs singing, it was hard to believe this cloud forest in the mountains was less than 120 miles from the squalor of Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince.

Sep 13

A search for rare animals before Haiti’s forests – and the animals – disappear

LA GRANDE COLLINE, Haiti – With mist drifting across the treetops and thousands of frogs singing, it was hard to believe this cloud forest in the mountains was less than 120 miles from the squalor of Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince.

Sep 11

Quake-Ravaged Haiti Still Without a Government

Quake-Ravaged Haiti Still Without a Government

Sep 09

Brazil wants Haiti peacekeeping force cut 15 pct

Brazil’s defense minister called Thursday for a 15 percent cut in Haiti’s peacekeeping force of 12,000 soldiers and police as the start of a gradual withdrawal aimed at turning security over to the Haitians themselves.

Sep 09

Haiti pres, Clinton form board to court investors

Haiti’s president on Thursday unveiled an advisory board of former leaders, business executives and bankers that he hopes can make this poor Caribbean nation a more business friendly place and attract foreign investment.

Sep 08

UN peacekeeping nations consider Haiti abuse case

Foreign ministers and defense chiefs from the Latin American countries that have more than 12,000 peacekeepers in Haiti called a meeting Thursday to consider how the alleged sex abuse of a Haitian teenager by Uruguayan sailors might affect the future of the U.N. mission.

Older posts «

» Newer posts