The United Nations has refused to pay compensation to those affected by the 2010 cholera outbreak in Haiti
Not surprisingly, it will take longer than anticipated to rebuild quake-ravaged Haiti—and the government has to step up. But President Martelly has made some smart moves that he and the country can build on.
While the storm may prove historic in the U.S., it has already killed dozens, ravaged croplands and spread cholera in the impoverished Caribbean nation
In their first joint trip to Haiti since their honeymoon, the Clintons help inaugurate an industrial park in the country’s north that many hope will jumpstart the economy.