This video from the USA says about itself:
Protests against United Nations troops have spread to the capital of Port-au-Prince Thursday as growing numbers of Haitians die of cholera in the absence of significant aid from the UN or other relief agencies: here.
See also here.
Haitian Discontent: Rage in the Time of Cholera: here.
As the dramatic situation is getting out of hand on the island now devastated by cholera, Haitians living in France denounce the fact that, far from keeping its promises, the French government prevents their families from getting into France: here.
Protests over Haiti poll turn violent: here.
Isabel Macdonald: Haiti Elections: A Sham in the Time of Cholera: here.
The Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince erupted in riots and demonstrations Tuesday night and Wednesday morning after the announcement that Jude Célestin, the presidential candidate backed by the despised outgoing head of state, René Préval, would be included in the two-way runoff: here.
Haiti’s post-election crisis deepened on Sunday after opposition presidential candidates prolonged the political uncertainty by refusing to participate in a proposed recount: here.
Haitian children celebrate biodiversity during World Bird Festival: here.
Cholera outbreak kills dozens in Papua New Guinea: here.