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Friday 29 September 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Haiti

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In photos: Hurricane Tomas strikes Haiti
At least seven people have been killed by storm as rain continues to pour.
Haiti on alert as cholera continues to spread
442 people have now been declared dead and 6,742 hospitalised as the pandemic reaches new areas.
Cholera deaths slow in Haiti - but agencies remain on high alert
Even as the death rate falls, the UN warns that the spread of cholera in the devastated country has not come to an end.
350 dead as cholera outbreak reaches Haitian capital
Almost 350 people have now been declared dead after the virus was carried into the capital city – and possibly onto camps.
Cholera outbreak strikes over 1,500 people in Haiti
Disease concerns cause Irish charity to delay sending workers due to participate in re-building projects.
Wyclef denied Haiti candidacy
The electoral council has decided that Wyclef Jean is not eligible to run for president in Haiti.
Wyclef may not make presidential candidate list
But ex-Fugees member is optimistic.
Wyclef's death threats over Haitian presidency campaign
It seems not everyone is being a Perfect Gentleman.
Show me the money: Clinton condemns Haiti aid delays
Clinton says Ireland needs to make good on its pledge to Haiti.
Wyclef is 'drafted' for Haitian presidential bid
Just cause he dances ho-ho, don’t make him a politician, oh no…
Haven beats own targets for Haitian homes
Irish charity reveals promising results in annual report.
IMF cancels Haiti's debt
…and tacks on another $60 million loan.