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Top U.N. Official Vows Order in Haiti

The top U.N. official in Haiti vowed Sunday to crack down on gangs behind a kidnapping spree and other violence that threaten the latest attempt to hold elections, as the peacekeeping mission grappled with the apparent suicide of its military commander. Haitian electoral authorities said they will propose a new election date of Feb. 7, with a runoff if needed on March 19. The voting, repeatedly delayed because of organizational and security problems, aims to restore democracy to this Caribbean nation two years after a revolt ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Full Story

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