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Port-au-Prince Photo News Stories
Sipiso Piso Waterfall.
The Australian: IT’S got bright blue waterfalls, white sand beaches, incredible caves, a World Heritage listed historic site and a vibrant, artistic culture. Welcome to a country...
FEATURE: Haiti witnesses declining cholera rates, significant gains in development
United Nations: Print 17 July 2014 – FEATURE: Haiti witnesses declining cholera rates, significant gains in development Haiti, often cited as one of the least developed countries in...
IOC brings hope to Haiti with opening of new sport centre (IOC - International Olympic Commitee)
noodls: (Source: IOC - International Olympic Commitee) Straight after the terrible earthquake that hit the country four years ago, the Olympic Movement, through the National...
 
Port-au-Prince Slideshow
Prospective adoptive parents in Haiti warned against extra fees
photo: UN / Nektarios Markogiannis
Why Haiti's deadly cholera epidemic 'could strike again'
photo: UN / Nektarios Markogiannis
Haiti Cholera plan drags as rain begins
photo: UN / JC McIlwaine
The Haiti Occupation Continues
photo: UN/UN
Residents work to recover their personal possessions from their flattened home in a camp for displaced people in Port au Prince. Tropical storm Isaac passed across Haiti overnight with high winds and heavy rains, flooding low lying areas of the capital and flattening camps for displaced people from the January 2010 earthquake. Photo Logan Abassi UN/MINUSTAH
photo: UN / Logan Abassi
The UN owes Haiti
photo: UN / Amanda Voisard
New York Daily News: The UN owes Haiti 
No conscience left for Haiti?
photo: UN / Logan Abassi
Security Council renews mandate of UN Haiti mission
photo: UN / Sarah Fretwell
Haiti victims file cholera lawsuit against UN
photo: US DoD / Amanda Voisard
A child suffering cholera symptoms receives treatment at the Doctors Without Borders temporary hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Friday Nov. 12, 2010. Thousands of people have been hospitalized for cholera across Haiti with symptoms including serious diarrhea, vomiting and fever and hundreds have died.
photo: AP / Emilio Morenatti
Haiti's President-elect Michel Martelly leaves after a press conference in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Thursday May 5, 2011. Martelly is scheduled to be sworn in May 14.
photo: AP / Brennan Linsley
Latin America, UN remain supportive of Haiti peacekeepers
photo: UN / JC McIlwaine
STREET VENDORS - TEXTILE
photo: WN / Renzelle Mae Abasolo
A girl suffering cholera symptoms receives treatment at the Doctors Without Borders temporary hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Friday Nov. 12, 2010.
photo: AP / Emilio Morenatti
Haiti (April 23, 2004)--The crew of the Motor Surf Boat, from the Coast Guard Cutter Harriet Lane, a 270-foot ship home ported in Portsmouth, Va., check various areas along the coast here looking for a place for a U.S. Army support ship to beach and offload supplies for U.S. Marines in the area April 22.  USCG photo by PA3 Andrew Kendrick (95933) ( JOINT TASK FORCE (FOR RELEASE) )
photo: US Coastguard / PA3 Andrew Kendrick