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Fear and Death Ensnare U.N.’s Soldiers in Haiti

Nearly 20 months after the United Nations arrived to stabilize the hemisphere’s poorest country and avert a civil war, there is still no cease-fire in this violent city on the sea. Blasts from tanks and machine guns go on for hours almost every day around Cité Soleil, a steamy slum of concrete hovels and canals of raw sewage at the capital’s northern edge. No one knows for sure how many civilians have been killed inside because the bodies of the slum-dwellers and local gangsters rarely make it to morgues. Full Story

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