Focus in Haiti turns to two-year earthquake anniversary: the outside perspective and an artistic interpretation.
Dollar debate wages on, Minustah address allegations and Oprah visits Haiti.
Haitian banks are short of dollar bills; Martelly bids farewell to a Sonia Pierre and German politicains visit Port-au-Prince
Haitian ministers visit Cuba whilst security comes under the spotlight and Martelly meets predecessor Preval.
Escaped prisoner-turned Minister is arrested against the law, and one year on: did the cholera epidemic come from somewhere other than Nepal?
President and Prime Minister announce their new Cabinet and Martelly vs Minustah for peace on the football pitch.
Ban Ki-Moon reveals plans for Minustah in Haiti as the French-speaking world declares its ongoing support.
Third time lucky? Conille ratified as new Haitian PM as Haitians march over Brooklyn Bridge.
It’s only words: Negative reactions to Martelly’s military plans and back to school in new, free buses for all 6-12 year olds.
Martelly makes speech to UN General Assembly, Duvalier draws a step closer to being convicted and Conille comes before the Senate.
Conille makes first step towards becoming Prime Minister and Ban Ki-Moon says Minustah blue helmets will stay on for another year despite riots to the contrary.
Clinton announces big investment plans for Haiti, video released of boy raped by Minustah soldiers, and flooding in Port-au-Prince.
Bank chairman shot dead in his home and another Wiki-Leaks cable: Haiti’s earthquake vulnerability was predicted five years before it happened.
WikiLeaks reveals Washington supported sweatshops in resisting minimum wage rise and details the extent of outside intervention in recent elections.
Storm alert in Haiti, Martelly faces first challenges and anti-deportation campaign is removed from Times Square.