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US gives Haiti $20 million, seeks longer UN mission

The United States said on Thursday it will give Haiti $20 million to create jobs in a volatile slum and called for the U.N. peace-keeping force in the impoverished Caribbean nation to be extended for a year. U.S. Under Secretary of State Nicholas Burns said the United States would give Haiti $20 million to help create jobs in Cite Soleil, a Port-au-Prince shantytown run by warring gangs and so overcrowded some residents sleep in shifts. Full Story

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