Peacekeepers Keep Watch After Haiti Raid

An uneasy calm held in Haiti’s capital Monday after three weeks of violence that left more than 60 dead, while people looted a CARE truck in storm-ravaged Gonaives. U.N. peacekeepers and Haitian police watched over the slum of Bel-Air on Monday, one day after they took over the volatile area, a stronghold of militants loyal to ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. One Haitian police officer and at least five “hoodlums” were shot and killed in Sunday’s operation, U.N. mission chief Juan Gabriel Valdes told a news conference Monday. Full Story

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