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Gangs Rule Much of Haiti. For Many, It Means No Fuel, No Power, No Food.

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Gangs blocking Haiti’s ports, choking off fuel shipments. Hospitals on the verge of shutting down as generators…

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As Gangs’ Power Grows, Haiti’s Police Are Outgunned and Underpaid

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Two officers with Haiti’s rapid-reaction force pulled up to a bridge in the capital, Port-au-Prince, to set…

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American Missionaries Kidnapped in Haiti, Officials Say

As many as 17 Christian missionaries from the United States and their family members, including children, were kidnapped on Saturday…

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Caribbean nations struggle with vaccination efforts.

In Guatemala, shortages of syringes have slowed vaccination efforts. In Haiti, logistical and security challenges after the devastating Aug. 14…

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Perilous, Roadless Jungle Becomes a Path of Desperate Hope

NECOCLÍ, Colombia — For decades, the Darién Gap, a roadless, lawless stretch of jungle linking South America to the north,…

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Why Haitians in Chile Keep Heading North to the U.S.

SANTIAGO, Chile — Phalone had managed to make ends meet since moving from Haiti to Chile in 2013, and working…

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Your Friday Briefing

We’re covering the U.S. preparing for Covid booster shots and the resignation of a U.S. diplomat over the deportation of…

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A senior U.S. diplomat to Haiti resigns, citing the Biden administration’s ‘inhumane’ deportation policy.

A senior American diplomat who oversees Haiti policy has resigned, two U.S. officials said, submitting a letter to the State…

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