Special Reports

As Haiti burns, government adds kindling or turns blind eye
Special Reports

As Haiti burns, government adds kindling or turns blind eye

Babies shot dead, gangland massacres, murders and beatings mark prolonged period of mayhem not seen since era of coups.

Battle for Barbancourt: Inside the family fight to control Haiti’s cherished brand
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Battle for Barbancourt: Inside the family fight to control Haiti’s cherished brand

Barbancourt Rhum, an $18 million business, has survived Haiti’s tumultuous history of coups, embargoes and natural disasters to become a world-renowned brand in the spirits industry. Lately, a family fight for company control has pitted its late leader Thierry Gardere’s only child and his siblings against one another.

Doomed To Mistreatment and Death: Mamoune Resy Is Yet Another Street Kid Killed In Haiti
Haiti, Special Reports

Doomed To Mistreatment and Death: Mamoune Resy Is Yet Another Street Kid Killed In Haiti

By Ralph ‘Onz’ Chery — Police and security brutality, getting burned in their sleep, shunned by society, Vodou attacks, fights involving rocks and broken pieces of glass, and death are some of the things street kids face in Haiti. Mamoune Resy was another victim. She was killed by a security guard.

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