The Newsmakers

Where did Haiti’s aid go?

Haitians trying to rebuild after a devastating earthquake in 2010, have wanted to know why the government hasn't released $2bn donated by Venezuela. A Senate investigation led to accusations last year that dozens of former government officials and business executives stole the cash. Guests: Sienna Merope-Synge Human rights lawyer at the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti Kim Ives Founder of Haiti Liberte

Haiti: A Decade Destroyed

Haiti: A Decade Destroyed

Thousands of Haitians protest against government corruption

Thousands of Haitians protest against government corruption

Haiti's Foreign Minister defends his president amid widespread protests

Haiti's Foreign Minister defends his president amid widespread protests

Oxfam accused of hiring prostitutes in Haiti while delivering aid

Oxfam accused of hiring prostitutes in Haiti while delivering aid

Sudan’s Military Seizes Power, Dissolves Transitional Government in Coup

Sudan’s Military Seizes Power, Dissolves Transitional Government in Coup

COVID-19 Cases Surge in Europe, WHO Sets New Global Distribution Programme

COVID-19 Cases Surge in Europe, WHO Sets New Global Distribution Programme

Libya Conference Seeks Support Ahead of December Elections

Libya Conference Seeks Support Ahead of December Elections

Bangladesh's Ruling Party Rallies for Religious Minority After Deadly Clashes

Bangladesh's Ruling Party Rallies for Religious Minority After Deadly Clashes

Russia Cuts Diplomatic Ties With NATO

Russia Cuts Diplomatic Ties With NATO

Syria: Assad Regime and Opposition Agree To Begin Constitutional Reform

Syria: Assad Regime and Opposition Agree To Begin Constitutional Reform

Hezbollah Protest Against the Beirut Port Blast Judge Turns Deadly

Hezbollah Protest Against the Beirut Port Blast Judge Turns Deadly

Can the EU Take Lead to Save the Iran Nuclear Deal?

Can the EU Take Lead to Save the Iran Nuclear Deal?

ICJ Rules in Somalia’s Favour in Maritime Border Dispute With Kenya

ICJ Rules in Somalia’s Favour in Maritime Border Dispute With Kenya

Iraq Election: Sadr Gains Strength but No Clear Winner

Iraq Election: Sadr Gains Strength but No Clear Winner

Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz Steps Down Over Corruption Inquiry

Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz Steps Down Over Corruption Inquiry

Nobel Peace Prize Goes to Journalists Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov

Nobel Peace Prize Goes to Journalists Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov

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