Police in Haiti took to the streets on Sunday in violent protests during which shots and tear gas were fired near the presidential palace in Port-au-Prince, two Reuters witnesses said, as anger over their pay and conditions swelled.
Shots and tear gas were fired near the presidential palace in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince on Sunday during a protest organized by police demanding better pay and conditions, two Reuters witnesses said.
Shots were fired near the presidential palace in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince during a protest that was organized by police who are demanding better pay and conditions, two Reuters witnesses said.
The troubled orphanage where at least 13 children died in a fire this month is run by a “cult” once mocked on “Seinfeld” whose members operate Manhattan antiques stores filled with pricey goods. The nonprofit Church of Bible Understanding, based in Scranton, Penn., ran two orphanages in Haiti, including one where a Feb. 13 blaze...
Fifteen children including babies and toddlers were killed when a fire ravaged a Haitian orphanage. The home, run by a Pennsylvania-based nonprofit, had been using candles because of problems with its generator, The Associated Press reported. About half of the kids who died were babies or toddlers and the others were 10 or 11 years...
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