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  • West Michigan Medical Team Heads To Haiti

    West Michigan Medical Team Heads To Haiti
    Relief efforts for Haiti continue to take shape here in West Michigan. A local medical team has been looking for a way into Haiti since last week. Tuesday, they finally found their window. With the help of a corporate friend, Amway, the medical team...
  • New Haitian 'exit process' slows removal of orphans

    Adoptions of orphans from Haiti will slow under a new directive from Haiti's prime minister requiring extra scrutiny of children bound for the United States and elsewhere, according to the U.S. State Department. On Tuesday, at least one orphanage in...
  • Girl Rescued From Haiti Rubble After 15 Days

    Girl Rescued From Haiti Rubble After 15 Days
    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- A 17-year-old girl pulled from the rubble in a stunning rescue 15 days after the earthquake was in stable condition Thursday, able to eat yogurt and mashed vegetables to the surprise of doctors, who said her survival was medically...
  • A day in the life of a Haiti tent city

    A day in the life of a Haiti tent city
    The Daihatsu camp in Port-au-Prince arose on its own and still awaits adequate aid. 'You have to have faith,' one resident says. Morning arrives with the melody of the Haitian streets. A rooster crows, and two street preachers stand near the gates of...
  • See Photos from Nurse Melita Benning's Trip to Haiti

  • West Michigan Man Helps Haiti Orphanage

    West Michigan Man Helps Haiti Orphanage
    The relief effort continues on a number of fronts for Haiti. Here in West Michigan, one man is doing his part to help a group that needs it the most, orphans. It's the call Robert Sweezie wants to answer after seeing the destruction in Port-Au-Prince...
  • Ten Church Members From Idaho Detained Trying To Get Children Out of Haiti

    Ten Church Members From Idaho Detained Trying To Get Children Out of Haiti
    Ten Americans were detained by Haitian police on Saturday as they tried to bus 33 children across the border into the Dominican Republic, allegedly without proper documents. The Baptist church members from Idaho called it a "Haitian Orphan Rescue...
  • Haiti Judge Says 8 of 10 Missionaries To Be Freed

    Haiti Judge Says 8 of 10 Missionaries To Be Freed
    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- A Haitian judge says he decided to free 8 of 10 Americans charged with child kidnapping after their parents testified they voluntarily handed their children over to the missionaries. Judge Bernard Saint-Vil tells The Associated...
  • Ten Americans Arrested in Haiti for Child Trafficking

    Ten Americans Arrested in Haiti for Child Trafficking
    Ten Americans from the Idaho-based New Life Children's Refuge will appear in court Feb. 1 in Port-au-Prince after being arrested Friday, accused of attempting to illegally take 34 Haitian children out of Haiti. The aid workers were arrested 45 miles...
  • Idaho Church Group Members Locked Up In Haiti For Child Trafficking

    Idaho Church Group Members Locked Up In Haiti For Child Trafficking
    A Northwest group is arrested in Haiti for child trafficking. But, they say they were just trying to help some of the quake's youngest victims. We've seen the faces of the children left alone after Haiti's massive earthquake. The urge to help those...
  • Piles of the dead finally buried in Titanyen, Haiti's 'valley of death'

    Piles of the dead finally buried in Titanyen, Haiti's 'valley of death'
    On the seaside hills of Titanyen, where Haiti's dictators discarded the bodies of political opponents, the dead have been dumped by the thousands among the thorn bushes, piled in towers of russet-colored soil and debris. Shocked by television footage...
  • Grand Rapids' Group Stops Attempted Human Trafficking in Haiti

    Grand Rapids' Group Stops Attempted Human Trafficking in Haiti
    Human trafficking has been a problem in Haiti for decades, and it's something a team of doctors and nurses from West Michigan say they've seen first hand. One man in the group even stopped a group from taking two young patients from a clinic. The group,...