Latest from Anthony Faiola

Stripped naked, beaten, forced to shout ‘Viva Fidel!’: Inside Cuba’s crackdown on dissent

The crackdown hangs over Cubans as a major test of dissent looms: a Nov. 15 protest called by actors, artists and dissidents, backed by Cuban exiles but banned by the Cuban state.
  • Oct 19, 2021

American missionaries and family members kidnapped in Haiti by ‘400 Mawozo’ gang, groups say

Organizations that monitor kidnappings in Haiti believe the missionaries with Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries were abducted by a much-feared gang known for mass kidnappings and targeting religious groups.
  • Oct 17, 2021

Abductions by the busload: Haitians are being held hostage by a surge in kidnappings

Doctors at work, preachers in church, police on patrol: No one is safe.
  • Oct 9, 2021

Haitian migrants thought Biden would welcome them. Now deported to Haiti, they have one mission: Leave again.

Interviews with nearly three dozen Haitian migrants in Haiti, Texas and Mexico indicated that virtually all expected to be granted entry to the United States.
  • Oct 1, 2021

Dying crops, spiking energy bills, showers once a week. In South America, the climate future has arrived.

From the frigid peaks of Patagonia to the tropical wetlands of Brazil, worsening droughts this year are slamming farmers, shutting down ski slopes, upending transit and raising the price of everything from coffee to electricity.
  • Sep 24, 2021

What happens next in Haiti? The Post’s correspondent answers your questions.

The Post's Anthony Faiola will answer your questions on Wednesday, Sept. 22.
  • Sep 22, 2021

U.S. preparing to nearly double deportations to Haiti as some returnees decry being shackled

The United States is preparing to nearly double the number of Haitians being deported from Texas starting Wednesday, raising alarm that thousands of cash-strapped migrants will add a new dimension to the humanitarian crisis in a country torn apart by violence, natural disaster and political strife.
  • Sep 21, 2021

Deportees land in Port-au-Prince: ‘Nobody told us we were going back to Haiti’

Many hadn’t seen their country in years, and now spoke better Spanish or Portuguese than Haitian Creole.
  • Sep 19, 2021

A Haitian prosecutor sought charges against the prime minister in the president’s assassination. He was fired.

The action in connection with the killing of President Jovenel Moïse in July adds fresh uncertainty to a nation reeling from political instability, gang violence and the aftermath of a major earthquake.
  • Sep 14, 2021

Venezuelan opposition declares end to boycott, agrees to participate in local and state elections

Opposition leaders acknowledged the likelihood that the elections in November would again be rigged against them.
  • Sep 1, 2021