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Press Gaggle by Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre En Route Philadelphia, PA
Minister Garneau speaks with Haiti’s interim prime minister and foreign affairs minister
Remarks by President Biden Discussing His Administration’s Comprehensive Strategy to Reduce Gun Crimes
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki, July 12, 2021
Statement by NSC Spokesperson Emily Horne on U.S. Government Delegation to Haiti
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki, July 9, 2021
A third of Haiti’s children in urgent need of emergency aid: UNICEF
Haiti: Violence and pandemic leave one in three children in need of humanitarian assistance
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki, July 8, 2021
Top UN Haiti envoy hails commitment to hold new elections
UNAIDS is shocked and saddened by assassination of Jovenel Moïse, President of Haiti
Secretary Blinken’s Call with Acting Haitian Prime Minister Joseph
Press Gaggle by Press Secretary Jen Psaki Aboard Air Force One En Route Crystal Lake, IL
UN condemns ‘abhorrent’ assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse
President Biden’s Statement on Assassination of President Jovenel Moïse
Director-General calls for investigation into killing of journalist Diego Charles in Haiti
Hurricane Elsa: UNICEF is ready to provide lifesaving assistance in Caribbean
Urgent action needed to end ‘inhumane conditions’ facing Haiti prisoners: UN rights chief
Fact Sheet: United States to Announce Commitments to Generation Equality Forum
Inhumane prison conditions demand urgent action – Bachelet: Haiti
Survey in Haiti shows democratic attitudes can persist in countries with weak governance, even during pandemic
UK travel update Malta added to green list and green watchlist extended as plans for quarantine-free travel for fully vaccinated
Paul Farmer on chronic roots of acute health crises
UN Human Rights Council 47 statement on human rights situation in Xinjiang
Political impasse in Haiti, amid rising humanitarian needs, ahead of crucial elections
A holistic approach is needed to build sustainable peace in Haiti
Study reveals factors that shape Haitian Creole-speaking women’s birth plans after C-sections
IOM Mourns Death of Former Director-General William Lacy Swing
IOM Staff Mourn Death of former Director-General William Lacy Swing
‘Unprecedented’ rise in gang violence across Haiti’s capital displaces thousands
Governor of Turks and Caicos appoints House of Assembly members
Press Briefing by White House COVID-19 Response Team and Public Health Officials 4 June
Haiti: funding gap threatens lives of nearly 86,000 children
Funding gap threatens lives of nearly 86,000 children
Statement to mark International Day of UN Peacekeepers
Lithgow’s Newest Australians Welcomed
Glasses That Make World A Better Place
Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with Canadian Foreign Minister Garneau 20 May
Evolutionary biologists discover mechanism that enables lizards to breathe underwater
World Tourism Organization Unites With Tourism Ministers in Americas To Relaunch Tourism in Region
New innovation successfully treats neonatal hypothermia
Latin America right groups face growing threats, attacks: Bachelet
Bachelet alarmed by attempts to undermine national human rights institutions in Latin America and Caribbean
155 million faced acute food insecurity in 2020, conflict key driver
Acute food insecurity soars to five-year high warns Global Report on Food Crises
Small-scale farmers in remote areas of Haiti receive help for food production and COVID-19
Adjudicatory chamber of independent Ethics Committee sanctions Ms Nella Joseph
Secretary Blinken’s Roundtable with CARICOM Foreign Ministers