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The crowd was already chanting her name before 25-year-old restaurant owner Carolyn Desert was crowned Miss Haiti 2014 Sunday in Port-au-Prince.

Haitian businesswoman, Carolyn Desert 25, greets the public after being crowned during Miss Haiti at the Karibe hotel in Petion-Ville, Haiti, Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014. (The Associated Press)

A U.S. man who founded a boys' orphanage in Haiti nearly two decades ago was arrested Friday following abuse allegations, authorities said.

U.S. citizen Michael Karl Geilenfeld waits in handcuffs as the manager of his orphanage sits with him in the back of a police truck outside the St. Joseph's Home For Boys after police closed it down in the Delmas area of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Friday, Sept. 5, 2014. Geilenfeld, who founded the boy's orphanage in 1985, was taken into custody on charges including indecent assault, according to authorities. The children had been previously removed from the orphanage, according to Port-au-Prince General Prosecutor Charles Kerson. (Dieu Nalio Chery/Associated Press)

Haiti's got talent.

Hedson Lamour, 28, prays with his color-coordinated band before performing. He entered the contest because his mom was a child slave.
Frederic Dupoux for NPR

Haitian authorities are condemning violence aimed at a crowd of concert-goers that left dozens injured. 

Haitian authorities are condemning police violence in one of the country's provinces, and are seeking the U.S. Embassy's help in tracking down one of the officers involved who is believed to have fled to the United States. 

FILE: Haitian president Michel Martelly, left, Haiti's Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe and members of his government hold a town hall meeting at North Miami Senior High. This is the first time they bring their "Gouvenman An Lakay Ou" concept outside of Florida on Saturday, July 19, 2014.

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