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Exiled Aristide urges Haitian resistance

The ousted leader of Haiti, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, urged his followers yesterday to resist the “occupation” of their homeland peacefully, and said that he still considered himself president. Raising the stakes at what could be the beginning of a campaign to regain office, Mr Aristide denounced the rebels as drug dealers and terrorists and repeated the claim that he had been kidnapped by the Americans. “This unfortunately has paved the way for occupation and we launch an appeal for peaceful resistance,” he said. “I’m choosing my words carefully: for a peaceful resistance.” Full Story

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