One protester died after police fired shots in the air and tear gas to break up the latest demonstration against President Jean-Bertrand Aristide in the Haitian capital. Lionel Victor, a 29-year-old law student, died from wounds he suffered when he was hit in the back by a tear gas grenade fired at close range by a presidential palace guard, according to hospital sources. About 10 demonstrators were injured by stones thrown by armed Aristide supporters and 10 others were arrested by police. Andre Apaid, an opposition leader, lashed out at the police, calling its actions “revolting.” Full Story
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