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Six months after quake, Haiti still suffersupdated: Mon Jul 12 2010 12:07:00

On January 12, the earth shook here. More than 220,000 people were killed. More than 300,000 people were injured. The city and large stretches of surrounding countryside were devastated.

Haiti tent cities pit landowners against homelessupdated: Sat Jul 10 2010 18:34:00

Vladimir Saint-Louis is glad to be back in business months after January's devastating earthquake in Haiti shut down his large athletic complex in the heart of Port-au-Prince.

Haitians camp on private landupdated: Sat Jul 10 2010 18:34:00

Thousands of homeless Haitians are camping on private land, stifling growth and rebuilding. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.

Lawyer for Americans held in Haiti quitsupdated: Mon Feb 08 2010 01:32:00

A Haitian attorney representing 10 Americans charged with kidnapping for trying to take 33 children out of Haiti told CNN Sunday he has resigned.

Missionaries split upupdated: Fri Feb 05 2010 22:48:00

Ten Americans charged with kidnapping in Haiti are divided, with five men and five women in separate prisons.

U.S. missionaries sent to separate Haitian prisons; no ruling on bailupdated: Fri Feb 05 2010 22:48:00

With 10 American Baptist missionaries in Haiti now charged with kidnapping for attempting to take 33 children out of the country, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Friday the case is for Haitian courts to decide.

Missionaries' case: 'Lies'updated: Fri Feb 05 2010 03:09:00

Ten missionaries are charged with kidnapping in Haiti. CNN's Karl Penhaul reports.

U.S. missionaries charged with kidnapping in Haitiupdated: Fri Feb 05 2010 03:09:00

Ten Americans detained last week while trying to take 33 Haitian children out of the country were charged Thursday with kidnapping children and criminal association, a government official said.

Haiti food distribution network fully operationalupdated: Thu Feb 04 2010 21:59:00

Long lines formed under the watchful eye of American and multinational troops as a wide-scale food distribution effort reached capacity Thursday in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Accused of traffickingupdated: Wed Feb 03 2010 19:06:00

CNN's Karl Penhaul reports on Haitians who say they gave their children to U.S. missionaries to get them a better life.

Haitian parent sent kids to orphanage for better lifeupdated: Wed Feb 03 2010 19:06:00

Lelly Laurentus thought he was doing the right thing when he handed his two young children over to an American woman who promised to take them to a better place.

Detained Americans appear in court, Haitian officials sayupdated: Wed Feb 03 2010 18:58:00

Ten Americans accused of illegally trying to take 33 children out of Haiti appeared in a preliminary hearing with a judge on Tuesday, court officials said.

Detained Americans say they had good intentions in Haitiupdated: Wed Feb 03 2010 12:29:00

Ten Americans detained and accused of child trafficking in Haiti after they allegedly tried to bus 33 children into the Dominican Republic insist their effort was an attempt to get the children to a shelter.

Traffickers or missionaries?updated: Wed Feb 03 2010 12:29:00

Ten Americans accused of trying to smuggle children out Haiti will soon face a judge. CNN's Karl Penhaul reports

Americans held in Haiti to have court hearing Monday, U.S. saysupdated: Tue Feb 02 2010 10:33:00

Ten Americans held in Haiti on charges of illegally trying to take 33 children out of the country were scheduled to have their first court hearing Monday afternoon, according to the U.S. State Department.

State Department: U.S. working to prevent child trafficking in Haitiupdated: Thu Jan 28 2010 21:33:00

The United States will work with the Haitian government and with international and private aid groups to protect Haitian children who might be at risk because they were orphaned or separated from their parents by the earthquake, the State Department said Thursday.

Traffickers targeting Haiti's children, human organs, PM saysupdated: Wed Jan 27 2010 22:21:00

Trafficking of children and human organs is occurring in the aftermath of the earthquake that devastated parts of Haiti, killed more than 150,000 people, and left many children orphans, Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive said Wednesday.

Haiti donors meet to plan rebuilding after quake destructionupdated: Tue Jan 26 2010 16:24:00

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and foreign ministers from more than a dozen countries met Monday to discuss how to rebuild Haiti after the devastating January 12 earthquake.

Aftershocks a way of life in quake-ravaged Haitiupdated: Fri Jan 22 2010 15:35:00

Another aftershock rocked Haiti on Friday. Buildings shook. People looked around to see what else might fall.

Haitian authorities record 72,000 deaths from earthquakeupdated: Tue Jan 19 2010 22:38:00

In the week since a 7.0-magnitude earthquake shattered this capital and jolted observers around the world, authorities have buried 70,000 bodies, about a third of the estimated final toll, officials said Tuesday.

Haiti government working on quake recovery, prime minister saysupdated: Tue Jan 19 2010 21:02:00

Haiti's government has regrouped after last week's devastating earthquake and is working to find food, shelter and medicine for survivors, its prime minister said Tuesday.

Haiti's president on Amanpourupdated: Tue Jan 19 2010 21:02:00

Christiane Amanpour's exclusive interview with Haitian president, Rene Preval.

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