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US senator raises concerns about Haiti vote fraud

An influential U.S. senator urged the State Department on Friday to look at the visa and U.S. residency status of Haitian officials who might have engaged in election fraud in Haiti's legislative races. Full story

Haiti's Martelly seeks new taxes to help schools

Haiti's president-elect announced he intends to impose taxes on money transfers and international cellphone calls to help finance schools across the impoverished country. Full story

Pop star declared Haiti president

Michel Martelly, a Haitian popular singer known as "Sweet Micky," was officially declared the earthquake-devastated country's next president, election officials said Wednesday. Full story

Clinton gives US support for Haiti's new president

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton outlined Wednesday the daunting task awaiting Haiti's incoming president: 650,000 in camps, a rubble-strewn capital, a broken judicial system and the looming hurricane season. She said the U.S. will help the impoverished, earthquake-ravaged Caribbean nation Full story

Haiti candidate won't challenge 'Sweet Micky' win

The second-place finisher in Haiti's presidential runoff will not challenge the preliminary results, a spokesman said Friday, putting musician Michel "Sweet Micky" Martelly closer to becoming president. Full story

Haiti prime minister wants more scrutiny for NGOs

Too many foreign charities are working in Haiti without supervision and need to provide more information about their activities so the government can better manage earthquake reconstruction, the prime minister said Thursday. Full story

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President-elect Michel Martelly holds a press conference April 26, 2011 in Port-au-Prince. Haitian officials delayed April 25. the publication of a clutch of fraud-tainted results from run-off legislative elections just hours before the announced winners were due to take office. The Provisional Elec

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REFILE - Hillary Clinton Meets With Haitian President-Elect Michel Martelly
REFILE - Hillary Clinton Meets With Haitian President-Elect Michel Martelly

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 20: U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a joint press availability with Haitian President-elect Michel Martelly April 20, 2011 at the State Department in Washington, DC. Clinton had a meeting and working lunch with Martelly prior to the joint press availabil