Many people didn’t understand how to use the technology and were leery of it
The U.N. has repeatedly denied its role in the outbreak
The actor received the post for his work in the country after the devastating 2010 earthquake
Haiti celebrates as the former pop star secures more than 2/3 of the votes in the run-off election held on March 20
Jean claims he was shot during an election riot in Haiti, but police have dismissed the claims, saying he was cut by glass
Wyclef Jean shot in Haiti - TheDC
The rapper who tried to become leader of Haiti was shot in the country on Saturday
Six cases of cholera suspected in Massachusetts - Boston Globe
The disease is likely of the same strain responsible for an epidemic in Haiti
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Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier, a once feared and reviled dictator who was ousted in a popular uprising nearly 25 years ago, made a surprise return to Haiti as the country wrestles with a political crisis
In some instances, local people feared that suspected ‘sorcerers’ were spreading cholera with a magical substance
Like Jimmy Carter, retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens can’t stop criticizing his successors.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Sarah Palin is a genius!
Former Alaska governor visits the impoverished nation with Rev. Franklin Graham for a humanitarian mission
Two top candidates in Haiti’s disputed presidential election are rejecting a proposed re-count
The Haiti lobbying effort isn’t the best example of a “sad” lobbying situation.
Obama tries to sneak past Emanuel during a visit to Chicago to support candidates in senatorial and gubernatorial races
The city looks pretty much as it did a month after the Jan. 12 quake
Wyclef Jean brands Sean Penn a 'coke sniffer' - Daily Mail
The pair have been locked in a bitter war of words since Jean said he planned to run for the Haitian presidency following the devastating earthquake
Singer Wyclef Jean’s high-profile bid for Haiti’s presidency ended after election officials on the earthquake-ravaged Caribbean nation disqualified his candidacy
Mr. Jean, who is considered a potential front-runner in the campaign, said his charity was saving lives, especially in ‘the roughest communities’