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Costa Rica, Panama, Dominican Republic want US to curb Haitian migration

The presidents of Panama, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic called on the United States Wednesday to take "concrete measures" to curb the migration...

‘They won’t stop me’: Haitians stuck in Colombia keep sights on US

This year, an estimated 60,000 people have crossed the Colombia-Panama border -- a key crossing for migrants in search of a better life up north.

American dream shattered: one Haitian’s journey to US border… and back

Many migrants have died trying to cross the area linking South and Central America. Conditions are difficult.

‘We’re desperate’: Haitian migrants’ hopes fade at US border

Tens of thousands of undocumented migrants, mostly Haitians, have arrived in recent months in southern Mexico, heading north in search of a new life in the United States.

Haiti quake toll rises as rescue efforts continue

Haitian authorities said nearly 600,000 people were directly affected by the disaster and are in need of urgent humanitarian assistance.

Costa Rica sends humanitarian aid to Haiti

Costa Rica on Wednesday sent several tons of humanitarian aid to Haiti, which was devastated by a 7.2-magnitude earthquake over the weekend.

Haiti hospitals struggle to treat thousands injured in quake

At least 1,297 people have died after a powerful earthquake struck Haiti over the weekend, the country's civil protection agency said Sunday.

What do we know about the assassination of Haiti’s president?

Despite a series of arrests by Haitian police, confusion still reigns about the assassination of President Jovenel Moise a week ago.

Haiti president assassinated at home, wife wounded

Haiti President Jovenel Moise was assassinated and his wife wounded early Wednesday in a gun attack at their private residence

Vice President Campbell discusses goal to ‘defend the rights of all, to speak for those who are silent’

Vice President Campbell called for building equitable, just and non-discriminatory societies. 
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