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Armed ex-soldiers plan to stop Haiti violence

Former soldiers who ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide in a revolt said Wednesday that reinforcements are advancing on Haiti’s capital to stop violence that has killed at least 46 people. The reported movement of these forces threatens conflict with armed Aristide loyalists who remain in Port-Au-Prince and United Nations peacekeepers deployed after Aristide was ousted in February. The country already has been roiled by two weeks of gunbattles and beheadings. The new conflict broke out after Tropical Storm Jeanne devastated the island, leaving up to 3,000 people dead. Full Story

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