Fault Lines

Haiti By Force

Fault Lines investigates the legacy and impact of sex abuse by UN peacekeepers in Haiti.

Latin America

Bus ploughs into crowd killing 34 in northern Haiti

Angry bystanders set the bus ablaze after driver sped away after driving into a band of street musicians.

Latin America

Former Haitian President Preval dies aged 74

Rene Preval, the only Haitian president to serve two full terms without being jailed, exiled or killed, has died at the age of 74. He led the nation through the devastating 2010 earthquake.


Haiti swears in new president after long-running crisis

Haitian leader takes oath of office in Port-au-Prince, ending a political crisis that lasted for more than a year.


Ban Ki-moon sorry for UN role in Haiti cholera epidemic

UN chief apologises for the international organisation's part in the 2010 outbreak blamed on Nepalese UN peacekeepers.


Tension mounts as Haiti awaits election results

Several parties claim victory as tensions spill out on the streets of Haiti following Sunday's election.


After hurricane, Haiti to hold long-awaited vote

After months of delays, and the devastation of Hurricane Matthew, Haitians will finally vote on Sunday.


Rewind: Haiti in a Time of Cholera

Who was responsible for the devastating cholera epidemic that swept through Haiti in 2010?


Manhunt launched after mass prison break in Haiti

More than 170 inmates escape from facility in town north of Port-au-Prince after killing guard and stealing weapons.


UN chief in Haiti gets glimpse of Matthew's destruction

Spectre of cholera outbreak introduced by UN soldiers looms as Ban Ki-moon visits survivors of hurricane's onslaught.


UN chief to visit hurricane-hit Haiti

Ban Ki-moon arrives in devastated Haiti after only $6.1m raised - just 5 percent of UN's flash appeal for funds.


1.4 million Haitians need emergency aid after Matthew

The devastating hurricane wiped some towns and villages off the map, the UN chief said, after pledging $120m in aid.


Haiti death toll from Hurricane Matthew passes 1,000

Authorities bury bodies in mass graves as cholera threat from contaminated water stokes fears of new major outbreak.


Haiti's storm victims risk death by cholera, hunger

At least 13 people die in latest outbreak of disease as officials warn of a rising death toll after Hurricane Matthew.

Reporter's Notebook

Tragedy repeats itself in Haiti

Aid is now a priority in the Caribbean nation, but everyone here wants to be sure not to repeat mistakes of the past.