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U.N. Council extends Haiti peackeeping

The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously Tuesday to extend the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Haiti for six months and urged its troops and police to help fight gang violence and kidnapping. The council condemned all human rights violations and called on all Haitians to renounce violence. It said the mission shall comprise up to 7,200 troops, nearly 2,000 international police officers, and 16 corrections officers to address the shortcomings of the Haitian prison system. This represents a slight increase over the current mission. Full Story

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