New Haven Police arrested 3 protesters from the homeless support group Amistad Catholic Worker House that set up a ‘tent sanctuary’ at a City owned property on Howard Avenue. Photos by Peter Casolino
(Photographs by Peter Hvizdak / New Haven Register / A Personal Porfolio) This photo essay on the children in the Cite Soliel slum of Port-au-Prince, Haiti is compiled from the portfolio of New Haven Register photojournalist Peter Hvizdak. “Cite Soleil has all the colors of the rainbow hidden from view by the color of dried [...]
Israeli war planes and naval vessels intensified attacks across the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, July 16, 2014, targeting senior Hamas leaders and bombarding a coastal area, where four Palestinian boys were killed.
Afghan officials on July 16 began investigating a devastating suicide bombing at a busy market that killed at least 42 people on July 15, one of the deadliest attacks in the wartorn country in recent years. A bomber drove a truck loaded with explosives into the market in Urgun district of southeastern Paktika province as [...]
20 U.N. schools took in more than 17,000 displaced Gazans, many of them children, after warnings by Israel that civilians must clear out of northern Gaza.
The attackers stormed in after midnight, tearing through town with gasoline bombs, knives and even burlap sacks — useful for carting away the cash and jewelry they stole from Muslim families in this tiny corner of Sri Lanka. The onslaught by the Bodu Bala Sena, a hardline Buddhist group, killed two Muslims in the worst [...]
Tens of thousands of people, including Christians, Shiites and Kurds have fled Mosul, Iraq’s 2nd largest city, after its capture by ISIS militants.
The Force sisters, Brittany, in Top Fuel, and Courtney, in Funny Car, lead pro qualifying after the first day at th
Fresh off their success on ‘America’s Got Talent’ TV show, New Haven area local band, ‘Beac
Photos of Seymour vs. Exton in Little League Eastern Regional Softball Semifinal. In a hard fought game Exton defea