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Haiti's Aristide Agrees to Meet Opposition

Responding to peace-making efforts from Caribbean leaders, President Jean-Bertrand Aristide on Sunday agreed to meet with Haiti’s opposition to try to ease an increasingly violent standoff. But it was unclear whether his foes — a disparate coalition of businessmen, church and civic groups, political opponents and students — would also agree to the meeting being brokered by the Caribbean Community regional bloc. The potential encounter in Kingston, Jamaica, would take place “some time in the very near future,” said Bahamas Prime Minister Perry Christie, representing CARICOM.Full Story

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