Haiti

The New York Times
Duvalier’s Return to Haiti Reopens Old Wounds (contribution)
Haiti Leader Faces Pressure in Fight Over Runoff Race (contribution)
Some See a Cash Motive in Duvalier’s Return (contribution)
Former Haitian Dictator to Face Charges (contribution)
Duvalier Meets With Advisers as Haiti Holds Its Breath (contribution)

The Christian Science Monitor
Why ‘Baby Doc’ Jean-Claude Duvalier Returned to Haiti: 5 Theories
How Strong Are the Charges Against Haiti’s Jean-Claude Duvalier? Very, Say Experts
Haiti’s ‘Baby Doc’ Duvalier Detained for Questioning in Dramatic Morning
Haiti Earthquake Anniversary Highlights Faltering Aid Effort
Haiti Election Commission Under Scrutiny for Ties to President Rene Preval
Eight Months After Haiti Earthquake, A Nation Hangs On
Wyclef Jean’s Disqualification Signals Haiti Diaspora Not Welcome in Politics
Wyclef Jean Appealing Haiti Election Ruling, Says ‘Trickery’ Used
Wyclef Jean Keeps Supporters Hopeful in His Run for Haiti President
Haiti Election: Struggle Over Wyclef Jean’s Eligibility Could Spark Crisis
Wyclef Jean, President of Haiti: Do Haitians Like the Sound of That?
Six Months After the Haiti Earthquake, What Progress?
Still Homeless From Haiti Earthquake, Thousands Fight Forced Evictions

Agence France-Presse
Lawsuits Flood in Against Haiti’s Duvalier: Official
Haiti’s Political Crisis Deepens
Haiti to Probe Duvalier Excesses: Rights Group
For Returning Duvalier, No Refuge in Old Family Villa
Desperate Haitians Welcome Former Tyrant
Haiti Women Vulnerable with Rape on the Rise
The Battle to Combat Child Trafficking in Haiti
Voodoo Rite Draws Haitian Faithful Praying for Comfort
Haitian Farmers Reaping Hard Times As Hunger Grows
Reading Sessions Help Haiti Children Through Quake Trauma
First Meet for Haiti Quake Commission, 5 Months On
Brazilian Football Has Haitians Euphoric at Last
Haiti’s Disabled Find New Voice After Quake
Haitian Farmers Protest Monsanto Seed Donations

The Haitian Times
Candidate Rejections Seen as a Slap to Diaspora
Fighting Children Trafficking One Child At The Time
Pilgrimage Provides Haitians a Cleansing
With Little Progress, Haitian Leaders Turn to PR
Minors Languish in Haiti’s Overcrowded Jails
Monsanto’s Seeds Donation Sparks Debate
Earthquake Victims Booted From Camps
Haiti’s Reconstruction Commission Holds First Meeting
Brazilian Team Gets Haitians Dreaming
Handicapped Struggle to Be Included in Haiti’s Reconstruction
Thousands Rally Against The Government and Monsanto
Summit on Haiti’s Future Opens in Dominican Resort
Little To Celebrate On First Mother’s Day Since Earthquake

The Global Post
Q&A: Rethinking Haiti
Diving Heart First Into Haiti

Other
Haiti, Inferno Infinito (GQ Italy)
Haiti: One Year Later (Glamour)
Child Inmates Crowded Into Haiti’s Dangerous Post-Quake Prisons (Truth Out)
Haiti’s Incarcerated Minors (The WIP Radio)
Haiti’s Incarcerated Minors: My friends, The Children Ask for Freedom
In Haiti, A Musical Pre-Quake Tradition Restored (PRI The World, contribution)

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