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Latest Jean-Bertrand Aristide Items
An international press freedom group on Tuesday urged Haiti's government to move forward in the high-profile case of a slain journalist.
Several thousand people poured into the streets of Haiti's capital Sunday to protest the government of President Michel Martelly.
About a thousand people in Haiti turned out Sunday to celebrate the 59th birthday of former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
Strained ties between Venezuela and the United States are unlikely to improve for now, the South American nation's top diplomat said Sunday.
Back from exile, former strongman Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier lives in a villa in the hills above Haiti's capital.
The U.S. ambassador to Pakistan refused to provide security for Benazir Bhutto two months before the charismatic political leader was assassinated in a bomb attack in December 2007, according to a classified diplomatic cable.
What to do with Moammar Gadhafi? Like so many dictators and merely nervous absolute monarchs, the current head of Libya must realize that his time is up. But, also like others, Col. Gadhafi seems intent on taking as many of his own people with him as possible.
The drill leaders and ranks of volunteers who eagerly assembled represent nothing more than an informal movement of Haitians eager to re-establish an army — an idea that unnerves Haitians who remember times darkened by military coups, oppression and abuse.
One candidate is a musician with a bad-boy past. The other is a former first lady with a long political resume. Haiti's voters will choose one of them Sunday to lead a country where anger with the government runs deep and nearly a million people are living on the streets.