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Protests go on amid Haiti impasse

Several hundred students took to the streets in Haiti again on Monday to demand the resignation of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Rallies in the capital Port-au-Prince and the seaside city of Gonaives each drew at least 400 people. In a separate incident, one person was killed in crossfire between police and a militia group, a report said. The violence continues despite a pledge by President Aristide to meet the opposition – which they have rejected. The opposition – a disparate coalition of students, political opponents, radical groups, civic and church groups and businessmen – say only his resignation will satisfy them. Full Story

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