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Peace Promised During Haiti’s Elections

U.N. and Haitian authorities pledged Thursday to prevent violence from disrupting next week’s elections, as an aid agency warned that fighting inside gang-controlled slums threatens to scare people away from the polls. Lt. Gen. Jose Elito Carvalho de Siqueira, the commander of U.N. peacekeepers, said international troops and police will work with Haitian authorities to make sure people can vote in the first election since a rebellion forced the ouster of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide nearly two years ago. Full Story

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