Stories written by Ansel Herz
Ansel Herz is an independent multimedia journalist. A Seattle native and survivor of the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti, he has reported from Haiti for nearly two years for IPS, Reuters AlertNet and Free Speech Radio News and has been interviewed by CNN, the BBC, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Democracy Now! and other outlets. In 2011 he was key writer and researcher in a series of articles, published by the Nation magazine and Haiti Liberte, based on WikiLeaks cables related to Haiti. Ansel is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin School of Journalism. | Web

A view of the Haitian National Penitentiary in Port-au-Prince following the powerful Jan. 12 earthquake.  Credit: UN Photo/Logan Abassi

HAITI: As Aid Efforts Flounder, Haitians Rely on Each Other

The roof of Haiti's national penitentiary is missing. The four walls of the prison rise up and break off, leaving only the empty sky overhead.

HAITI: Shooting Incident Sparks Anger at U.N. Troops

Under a beating sun in the grassy field where two U.N. helicopters landed in Grand Goave last week, 19-year-old Benson Blanc moved his hands as if rapid-firing a gun into the ground in front of him and made a "tok-tok-tok-tok" sound. This is how the soldiers opened fire, he said.

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