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Aristide Denies Ties to Violence in Haiti and Calls for Dialogue

The exiled former president of Haiti, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, angrily denied accusations on Wednesday that he was fomenting violence in his homeland and accused Haiti’s interim leader of brutally suppressing dissent. Gang and political violence has killed more than 50 Haitians in the past two weeks.”Latortue, stop the lying, stop the killings,” Mr. Aristide said in a statement from South Africa directed at Gérard Latortue, Haiti’s interim prime minister. “True dialogue is the only solution. With the lives of millions at stake, public officials must act responsibly,” he said in the statement.Full Story

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