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Ex-Haitian Dictator 'Baby Doc' Duvalier Led Out of Hotel By Police
Just days after his surprise return to Haiti, former dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier was led out of a Port-au-Prince hotel by heavily armed police. It remains unclear whether he will simply be questioned or if he will ultimately be charged with crimes allegedly committed during a brutal
What's Behind Dictator 'Baby Doc' Duvalier's Return to Haiti?
Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier, the exiled despot who mysteriously arrived in Haiti this weekend, is expected to address the country today to explain why he has returned amid cholera, destruction and political instability. Duvalier, a former dictator exiled to France 25 years ago amid allegations
Haiti Elections Beset by Confusion
In Haiti this morning the presidential election has ended in complete confusion with nearly all the major candidates now charging fraud and conspiracy. And that's throwing already struggling nation into near total turmoil that is following developments from the Beijing capital of Porter prints.
Choosing the Next Haitian Leader
Former Interior Minister explains what type of leader Haiti needs to recover.
ABC News Update
Hello everyone I'm Stephanie in New York Coast Guard admiral Thad Allen says he has high confidence that no more oil will leak into the Gulf of Mexico. BP says they reached a milestone when the month they pumped into the broken well overnight stopped it for good. The work is far from over however
Quotes of the Day: 'America... I Think I've Wasted Your Time'
"We saved the economy, but we kind of lost the public doing it." Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, to The New Yorker “The situation on the ground remains dire. And people should be under no illusions that the crisis is over.”...
Obama Pledges Continued Support for Haiti, Warns of 'Dire' Situation Remaining
President Obama warned today that although there has been a incredible response of the international community to Haiti's devastating earthquake, that the situation "remains dire" and that more help would be needed to prevent a second disaster.
Bill Clinton Digs In to Speed Haiti's Recovery
In Exclusive 'Nightline' Interview, Ex-President Describes Government Plans for Renewal
In Haiti With President Bill Clinton
Cynthia McFadden is in Haiti today with producer Almin Karamehmedovic. The team is traveling alongside former President Bill Clinton as he tours the earthquake zone, surveys relief efforts, meets with leaders, including President Rene Preval, and essentially helps planned what's...
Clinton Defends Preval , Says US Getting Aid Out of Capital
ABC News' Kirit Radia: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton defended Haitian President Rene Preval from criticism that he has not provided public leadership following the devastating earthquake last week Tuesday.