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By Trenton Daniel, Associated Press, published in The Miami Herald, Thursday, March 28, 2013 The former United Nations human rights…
By Jacqueline Charles, The Miami Herald, March 26, 2013 Village de Dieu or Village of God has long been known as a refuge for gangs and…
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights tells Haitian government to prevent excessive force and violence in evictions from earthquake…

From Bidonvilles to Camps: Living conditions in the Corail, Cesse-Lesse and La Piste de l'Anciennne Aviation de Port au Prince earthquake…
By Isabeau Doucet.An earlier version of this article was published in The Nation. This version is published in the weekly Haiti Liberté,…

By Trenton Daniel, Associated Press, published in The Globe and Mail, March 25, 2013 One of Haiti’s biggest shantytowns, a vast expanse…

Garbage In, Garbage Out By Jane Regan, coordinator, Haiti Grassroots Watch, published on Friday, March 22, 2013. For photos and charts…

By Catherine Porter, Toronto Star , March 22, 2013 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti—Raymond Davius was the first to arrive at the dingy courtroom…

UN human rights expert: Haiti and international community should "throw light" on cause of cholera outbreak By Haiti Relief and…

The following report was presented to the 22nd Session of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations (Feb. 22-March 22, 2013). It is…

Analysis by Bri Kouri Nouvèl Gaye, translated and published on Let Haiti Live, Thursday, March 21, 2013 Jalouzi, a poor neighborhood on…

Commentary by By Charanya Krishnaswami and Muneer I. Ahmad, published in The Washington Post, Thursday, March 21, 2013 PORT-AU-PRINCE,…

Agency’s demise shifts control to Prime Minister's Office Further aligning foreign aid with trade and commercial priorities concerns…

By Yves Pierre-Louis & Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, March 20, 2013 Dozens of people from the teeming Fort National neighborhood of Port…

On Second Anniversary of Illegal Election: Martelly and Washington push for another “electoral hold-up” By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté,…

Rios Montt charged in deaths of more than 1,700 indigenous people during his 1982-83 rule By Mike McDonald, Reuters, published in the…
Statement by Docotors Without Boders, March 12, 2013 PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI, MARCH 12, 2013—A lack of funds and supplies has crippled…
Editorial, New York Times, March 17, 2013 The aid group Doctors Without Borders said last Tuesday that the cholera crisis in Haiti was…
By Beverly Bell, Other Worlds, March 15, 2013 Twenty-seven years later, the unimaginable has become real. Former dictator Jean-Claude “…
Patterson blasts UN for 'anti-Haiti' cholera stand BY RICKEY SINGH, Caribbean correspondent, Jamaica Observer, March 13, 2013…
UN News Center, March 11, 2013 See also these recent stories:Urgent Action: Displaced face arbitrary arrest (Grace Village camp)By…

Haiti's government announced more than 316,000 deaths, but it can’t say how it reached that figure. Others estimate the number is far…

By Haiti Grassroots Watch, Thursday, March 7, 2013 Caracol and Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 7 March 2013 – Last October, officials from the…
March 11, 2013 Dear reader, Haiti Grassroots Watch is funded by individual and foundations gifts. This year, we have generous pledges…
Mines spotlighted as South America battles for water The conflict between mines and protesters in South America are part of an…

by Fran Quigley, published on Common Dreams, Friday, March 1, 2013 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – I am in the courtroom for a hearing on the…

Broadcast on Global Research News Hour, March 6, 2013 It was nine years ago, on February 29, 2004 that the democratically elected…
By Kim Ives, published in Haiti Liberte weekly, edition of March 6, 2013 Tens of thousands of Haitians spontaneously poured into the…

Lawyers clash over Hudbay case over alleged violence at Guatemalan mine By Jeff Gray, law  reporter, The Globe and Mail, March 6, 2013…

By Jason Beaubien, published on 'Shots, Health News from NPR,' February 28, 2013 After a devastating earthquake hit Haiti in 2010,…