Health crisis in Haiti as cholera epidemic reaches the capital

Hospitals and clinics struggle to cope with steady stream of seriously ill patients

Cholera kills 200 on island of quake victims

Fears are growing that disease could spread to the thousands still having to endure squalid temporary camps in Haiti's capital

Cholera claims almost 200 lives as Haiti suffers epidemic

Fears that disease could spread to rice fields relied on by hundreds of thousands

Toll rises in Haiti cholera outbreak

At least 135 people have died in a suspected cholera outbreak, and aid groups are rushing in medicine and other supplies today to combat Haiti's deadliest problem since its devastating earthquake.

Aid worker and mother: My double life

For half the year, Sharon Truelove is a stay-at-home mother. But the rest of the time, she's an aid worker in desperate situations around the globe. She describes how her family copes with the change

Wyclef Jean is 'stressed' after Haiti ordeal

Hip-hop singer Wyclef Jean has been admitted to hospital because of stress and fatigue following his unsuccessful attempt to stand for president in Haiti.

Johann Hari: Suffocating the poor: a modern parable

They democratically elected a president to stand up to the rich and multinational corporations - so our governments have him kidnapped

Alex Haxton: The next disaster has already begun

The poor's unsafe housing and insecure food supplies will make future emergencies worse. Relieving long-term poverty is the key

Wyclef sings protest about election ban

The hip-hop star Wyclef Jean has released a song to radio stations criticising officials who have banned him from standing in the presidential election in November.

Singer fights on in presidency bid

The hip-hop singer Wyclef Jean plans to appeal against a decision rejecting his presidential candidacy.

Singer's presidential hopes dashed

Singer Wyclef Jean's bid for Haiti's presidency ended on Friday when election officials disqualified him.

Wyclef Jean ruled out of Haiti race

Haiti's electoral council has ruled that hip hop artist Wyclef Jean cannot run for president.

Haiti candidacy a 'wild card' says hip hop star Wyclef Jean

Hip hop star Wyclef Jean said today he was confident that Haiti election officials would accept his candidacy to run for president despite doubts over whether he meets the residency requirement.

Poor response to Pakistan aid appeals frustrates charities

Leading charities have attacked the international response to the worst natural disaster in Pakistan's history, saying delays in funding the relief effort had affected aid operations.

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