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Cramped ship carrying more than 800 Haitians lands in Cuba

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A ship carrying more than 800 Haitians who were apparently trying to reach the US has landed instead in central Cuba, in what is thought to be the largest group yet in a swelling exodus of people from the crisis-stric...

‘They treated us like animals’: Haitians angry and in despair at being deported from US

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When Evens Delva waded across the Rio Grande with his wife and two daughters, he had dreams of starting a new life in Florida. But less than a week later, he and his family stepped on to the tarmac in Port-au-Prince, ...

Haitians reportedly being released in US likely include pregnant women and families

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Three hours after being freed from a giant migrant camp under an international bridge, Mackenson Veillard stood outside a gas station and took stock of his sudden good fortune as he and his pregnant wife waited for a ...

‘A forgotten disaster’: earthquake-hit Haitians left to fend for themselves

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David Nazaire, a 45-year-old coffee farmer from Beaumont, a small village in rural southern Haiti, was getting ready to harvest when an earthquake struck his home and livelihood. Much of the farming infrastructure – a...

Haitians heartbroken as deadly quake heaps misery on crisis-hit nation

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Winnie Hugot Gabriel was presenting her Saturday morning radio show when a 7.2-magnitude earthquake ripped through southern Haiti, sending terrified listeners racing into the streets. “Even here in Port-au-Prince you ...