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Haiti opposition presidential candidate won’t participate in election

"I will not go to this farce," opposition presidential candidate Jude Célestin said. "It will not be an election. It will be a selection because there is only one candidate," he said, referring to Jovenel Moise, who is supported by President Michel Martelly.

Haiti postpones presidential runoff vote

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Haiti has pushed back next week's presidential runoff vote, election officials said Monday, without immediately announcing a new date.

Haiti on the outside looking in at ‘Star Wars’ delirium

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Without a single functioning movie theatre in their country, Haitians have been feeling left out in recent days, while much of the rest of the world swoons over the latest "Star Wars" movie.

Honduras, Myanmar, Haiti top disaster risk list, says climate group

LE BOURGET, France – Honduras, Myanmar and Haiti top a new list of nations hardest hit by two decades of storms, floods and landslides that killed more than half a million people, climate analysts reported Thursday, warning of more frequent disasters if Earth's overheating cannot be tamed.

Amid post-election chaos in Haiti, diplomat Kenneth Merten defends U.S. policies

U.S. special coordinator for Haiti, Kenneth Merten, won't condemn recent presidential elections in Haiti, despite accusations of vote-rigging and coercion.

US arrests relatives of Venezuela first lady over drug-trafficking allegations

U.S. agents have arrested two relatives of Venezuela's first lady for allegedly conspiring to smuggle 800 kilos (1,800 pounds) of cocaine into the United States, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.

Sad homecoming for Haitians deported from Dominican Republic

Under a tough new immigration law, the Dominican Republic has been systematically arresting Haitians and dumping them at the border to start life over.

Haiti elections: A vote without violence in a field of 54 presidential candidates

Haitians voted for a new president Sunday as the poorest country in the Americas seeks to shed chronic political instability and get back on its feet.

Two dead in Haiti election violence

PORTU-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Two people were killed during Haiti's long-delayed legislative elections amid violence that forced some polling stations to close early, political parties said Monday.

Disorder, delays mar Haiti’s long-awaited election

Sporadic violence, including the ransacking of polling stations in the capital, forced dozens of voting centers to close Sunday during Haiti's long-delayed legislative elections.

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