- published: 10 Feb 2012
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The eye of Hurricane Irma grazed the Turks and Caicos Islands, rattled buildings after it smashed a string of Caribbean islands as one of the most powerful Atlantic storms in a century, and killed 14 people on its way to Florida. Haiti's north was battered significantly, causing the UN and aid organisations to set up shelters and food supplies for tens of thousands of people in there. Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Haiti's capital Port-Au-Prince. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
Sky above Port au Prince between 4pm-7pm.
We got a couple hours of heavy rain, and this is what it did in the streets. Vendors were scrambling to protect their wares. Trash in the streets clogs the drains. See our website at holinesspilgrim.com.
Returning back to the US on April 30, 2014, on American Airlines Flight 2277, from Port-Au-Prince, Haïti to Fort Lauderdale, FL sitting in Row 5A (Business Class); took off from Runway 28 in Port-Au-Prince. While the flight was on ILS short hold, an Air Caraibes was taking off!
The Caribbean death toll from Hurricane Sandy rose again sharply on Saturday, even as the storm swirled away toward the U.S. East Coast. Officials said the hurricane system has cost at least 58 lives in addition to destroying or badly damaging thousands of homes. While Jamaica, Cuba and the Bahamas took direct hits from the storm, the majority of deaths and most extensive damage was in impoverished Haiti, where it has rained almost non-stop since Tuesday. The official death toll in Haiti stood at 44 Saturday, but authorities said that could still rise. The country's ramshackle housing and denuded hillsides are especially vulnerable to flooding when rains come. "This is a disaster of major proportions," Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe told The Associated Press. "The whole south is under w...
Sky above Port au Prince between 8pm-11pm.
MaximsNewsNetwork: 23 August 2010 - UN MINUSTAH: Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Haiti is halfway through the hurricane season and weather officials are predicting up to seven tropical storms to hit before the season ends; cyclones, flooding and strong winds could complicate the humanitarian situation of people already living with food insecurity, therefore the Haitian government and aid organizations are making preparations for more disaster relief. The United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced that by the end of this hurricane season, three to seven tropical storms will hit the country in the Caribbean, including Haiti. And according to the National Coordination for Food Security (CNSA) in Port-au-Prince, between late August and early September, if nothing...
DASHCAM FOOTAGE FROM HAITI; RECORDED ON OCT 3RD 2016. Cruising through Petion Ville, in search of fuel, to be better prepared for the arrival of Hurricane MATTHEW; turns out by 6pm almost all businesses (except for Big Star supermarket) have already been closed :) I don't own any of the audible music in the video, this video is not made for commercial purposes.
Watch and share this cinematic time-lapse movie of demolition for the Haiti National Presidential Palace. The palace was demolished in a monumental step forward in the continued recovery efforts from the devastating earthquake in 2010. Located in capital city, Port-au-Prince, EarthCam's webcam captured all demolition activity from September 5, 2012 - December 9, 2012.
HURRICANE MATTHEW DESTROYS HAITI ( CUBA jamaica - bahamas - florida ) 2016 storm But officials fear the death toll could rise, especially in and around the southern town of Les Cayes, which absorbed the first blow from Matthew and where hundreds were hunkering down in homes without electricity and roofs. The storm was a staggering blow to the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere, and officials feared Haiti would be forced to contend with yet another devastating humanitarian disaster. Related: Hurricane Matthew: Relief Groups Mobilize for Haiti After 'Catastrophic' Damage Kevin Roth, a meteorologist for The Weather Channel, warned that Matthew could swamp Haiti's low-lying areas with up to 20 inches of rain and dump as much as 40 inches in the mountains after it made landfall just a...
mega fun video!!!!