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At least four wounded as police clash with Aristide supporters in Haiti

At least four people were wounded by gunshots as police clashed with supporters of exiled Haitian president Jean Bertrand Aristide, after security forces dispersed demonstrators outside the presidential palace. Heavy gunfire was heard late Thursday near the center of the capital, and there were unconfirmed reports that two people had been killed in the central market street Grand Rue. “We have treated four people for bullet wounds. Other hospitals probably have more,” said Frandze Augustin Charlier, a doctor at the Canape Vert Hospital in the Haitian capital. “There was shooting in all directions,” said Rodson Josselin, whose 54 year-old-mother suffered bullet wounds to the head and the right arm. He said his mother, a storeowner in the Grand Rue, was not involved in the protest. Full Story

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