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Thousands March Against Haiti Government

Police hurled tear gas and fired warning shots in Haiti’s capital Tuesday to break up a protest by thousands of government opponents, wounding at least two people. Protesters called the march to press for the ouster of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide as the Caribbean country prepares to mark independence day on Thursday. The crowd of about 3,000 chanted “Down with Aristide” while marching toward downtown Port-au-Prince. About three hours into the demonstration, they were blocked by police standing shoulder-to-shoulder on a main road. Full Story

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