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United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti 

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Verhaltener Optimismus in Haiti (13.08.2004)

(Quelle: NZZ) Haiti findet nach den Unruhen von Anfang Jahr allmählich wieder zur Normalität zurück. Aller Augen richten sich auf die Übergangsregierung von Premierminister Latortue. Diese soll, unterstützt von der Uno-Friedenstruppe, für Sicherheit im Land und...

UN team plans to open routes to area controlled by rebels (10.08.2004)

(Quelle: UN News) A United Nations team has visited Hinche, a now-isolated town northeast of the capital, to assess the security and humanitarian situations in an area controlled by discharged Haitian military forces along the border with the Dominican Republic, the country with which Haiti shares...

Haiti protesters seek Aristide's return (29.07.2004)

(Quelle: Washington Post) Hundreds of supporters of ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide marched through the slums of Haiti's capital Wednesday to demand his return. Even as the crowd rallied against Haiti's new U.S.-backed interim government, a group of Caribbean nations announced that it would...

Spain and Marocco to send joint mission (28.07.2004)

(Quelle: New York Times) Spain announced that Morocco had agreed to send troops to Haiti on a peacekeeping mission under Spanish command. It will be the first time that troops from the two countries, which have a history of tense relations, will deploy as a single military unit, Spanish officials...

UN Force needs more troops, envoy says (25.07.2004)

(Quelle: Washington Post) The new U.N. special envoy to Haiti said on Sunday that more troops would be needed before a U.N. force could begin the task of disarming rebels who overthrew President Jean-Bertrand Aristide this year. On a tour of rebel-held areas of the impoverished Caribbean country,...

UN mission condemns clashes in Haiti (16.07.2004)

(Quelle: UN News) The United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) today condemned clashes which left a number of police dead in the capital, Port-au-Prince. The Haitian police responded to yesterday's attacks with MINUSTAH's backing. During two raids, more than 20 suspects were...

$924 million in aid for Haiti to be sought from donors (13.07.2004)

(Quelle: New York Times) Organizers of an international donors conference for Haiti next week said they hoped to raise $924 million to jump-start its ravaged economy and lay the foundation for a return to democratic rule. The proposal, which is backed by the World Bank and the United Nations,...