Heavy rains trigger landslide killing 13 in Haiti

At least 13 people died in following two days of heavy rains, officials said.The majority of the deaths were caused by a landslide in the southeastern region of the coastal city of Cap-Haitien, according to a Thursday statement by Haiti’s Civil Protection Agency.More than 2,200 homes also were flooded, and there were significant losses in livestock swept away by the Haut-Cap river, authorities said.Crews were clearing roads across northern Haiti, with additional rain expected in upcoming days.Heavy rains also were reported in neighboring , forcing at least a dozen flights scheduled to land in the capital of San Juan to reroute to the Dominican Republic and elsewhere, officials said Friday. also was reported in the U.S. territory.