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Plane Crash · Port-Au-Prince

5 dead after small plane crashes into soda truck in Haiti

42% Left coverage: 24 sources
The plane was headed to the southern coastal city of Jacmel when it tried to land in the community of Carrefour. The pilot was taken to the hospital, but his condition was not immediately known. The use of small planes to travel from Port-au-Prince to communities south of it has grown more popular.See the Story
Europe · Vatican City

Italian nun slain in Haiti is hailed by pope as martyr

50% Center coverage: 18 sources
Sister Luisa DellOrto, 64, was slain in Port-au-Prince, the Haitian capital. Pope Francis in remarks to the public in St. Peter's Square expressed his closeness to the nun's family. The nun, who was born in Lombardy, northern Italy, had run a home for children in a poor suburb.See the Story
Corruption · Port-Au-Prince

Leader of Haiti's 400 Mawozo gang extradited to U.S.

46% Right coverage: 11 sources
Germine Joly, who also goes by “Yonyon,” was transported by the FBI to Washington, which had issued an international warrant for his arrest at the end of April. The 400 Mawozo gang, which Joly had continued to lead from his cell, kidnapped a group of 17 North American missionaries and their relatives last fall, including five children.See the Story
US & Canada · Port-Au-Prince

Official: 8 more die as Haiti prisons lack food, water

50% Center coverage: 14 sources
At least eight inmates have died at an overcrowded prison in Haiti. Hunger and oppressive heat contributed to the inmates' deaths, official says. U.N. report: 54 prison deaths related to malnutrition documented in Haiti this year. Prison system has long struggled to provide food and water to inmates.See the Story
Latin America · Port-Au-Prince

Official: Suspects break into Haiti court, ransack offices

66% Center coverage: 15 sources
The break-in occurred earlier this week at the Court of First Instance in Haiti's capital. Authorities struggling to protect key evidence and documents in high-profile cases. Last year, local media reported that unidentified people stole the safe at the court's general registry that contained documents for cases including Monferrier Dorval's.See the Story
US & Canada · Port-Au-Prince

5th judge sought to oversee Haiti presidential slaying case

64% Left coverage: 11 sources
Haiti's government has nominated a fifth judge to oversee the investigation into the killing of President Jovenel Mo�se. It's not clear yet whether Judge Walther Wesser Voltaire would accept the nomination. More than 40 suspects have been arrested in the slaying, including at least 18 Colombian soldiers and 20 Haitian police officers.See the Story
Americas · Port-Au-Prince

Haiti gangs raped women, burned people alive during turf wars -rights group

Coverage: 4 sources
Haiti's gangs have grown in strength since the assassination last year of President Jovenel Moise. Some were hacked to death with machetes or died when their homes were set on fire. The Chen Mechan gang killed seven of its own members who wanted to halt the confrontation with 400 Mawozo.See the Story
Port-Au-Prince · Port-Au-Prince

Launch of the Certification Program for Bottled Drinking Water by MCI

(TripFoumi Enfo) - The Ministry of Trade and Industry, through the Haitian Bureau of Standardization, officially launched in Port-au-Prince, theSee the Story

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