Haiti

December 7, 2015 4:00 AM

Nearly two months after vote, Haiti elections still in dispute

In a reversal, U.S. and others oppose recount in Haiti disputed presidential vote

Criticism of Haiti’s Oct. 25 vote widening

An independent commission remains the main condition for Jude Célestin to participate in presidential runoff

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Cuban-American gymnast Danell Leyva sets sights on more Olympic medals

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Pam Keith talks new dynamics of Florida U.S. Senate race

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Miami PD searches for carjackers Friday morning

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Don Mattingly Talks About Marlins' 4-2 Win over Chicago Cubs

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