For the moment, Louis Banatty lies in a stranger's backyard, the Haitian earth shifting around him.<p/> But as soon as she can, Chantal Banatty wants to bring him to Florida, where the once-controversial broadcaster, businessman and U.S. Marine veteran founded Miami's Radio Creole in 1980.
Remembering a dark day: Jan. 12, 2010
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The Justice Department has charged a Michigan man, who operates a youth residential center in Haiti, with abusing many of the youths.
A new report estimating that far fewer people died or were left homeless in last years Haiti earthquake will have no bearing on United States commitment to the disaster-prone nation, U.S. officials said Tuesday.
The presidential palace, parliament and Cathedral are all broken. But the celebration must go on as Haiti improvises for Saturdays presidential inauguration.
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<b>The Miami Heralds Caribbean correspondent</b> was named Journalist of the Year.
A Haitian man tried and acquitted on terrorism charge is denied admittance into the United States to attend the funeral of his teenage son struck and killed by a vehicle on I-95.