The number of reported deaths has more than doubled within a few hours as emergency workers struggle to reach the hardest-hit areas of the island
The storm is now heading towards the US
More than 14,000 Haitians have been displaced and at least 11 people are dead
The most powerful and longest-lasting Atlantic storm since 2007 is battering Haiti and will head to Cuba and the Bahamas before edging up the eastern seaboard
'It is high time for the UN to prove that human rights for all means for Haitians too,' says lawyer
With its vibrant culture, Creole cuisine and colonial history there is plenty to interest tourists, but politics, a lack of infrastructure and perceived safety concerns still stand in the way
An average of 37 people are dying each month from the preventable bacterial illness
The 24-year-old will spend 15 years in jail
Roberta Edwards had been working with impoverished familiea in Haiti for two decades
The former Daily Mirror editor turned slippery TV personality couldn’t wait to break the news we all knew
A Gawker essay has ignited a culture war on the value of niceness
Vessel from Haiti was 'overloaded and unseaworthy' says US Coast Guard
A magnificent meditation on loss and political exile as a great Haitian writer returns home
One of Haiti's biggest shantytowns, a vast expanse of grim cinderblock homes on a mountainside in the nation's capital, is getting a psychedelic makeover that aims to be part art and part homage.
Survivors of epidemic, which has killed 8,000 people, condemn ‘immoral’ decision to claim immunity
Life's mirrored art for centuries, but now it seems to have moved on to video-games. Two former MIT students have invented cameras that can bounce and roll, allowing front-line servicemen to throw them around corners - a technique they claim could save lives.