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U.N. Peacekeeper Shot to Death in Haiti

A Canadian police officer serving as a U.N. peacekeeper in Haiti was shot to death Tuesday near a volatile slum on the outskirts of the capital, the United Nations said. Mark Bourque, from Stoneham, Quebec, was ambushed with another peacekeeper as they drove near Cite Soleil, said Marc Jaquet, U.N. police spokesman. He was fatally wounded in the leg. Bourque, 57, was among two dozen retired Canadian police officers who had come to Haiti to help organize and monitor the Jan. 8 national elections. Full Story

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