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March calls for Aristide's return (18.06.2004)

(Quelle: Washington Post) More than 5,000 supporters of ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide marched through Haiti's capital Friday, calling for his return and accusing the U.S. government of forcing his departure.

161 Brazilian troops latest to join UN mission in Haiti (15.06.2004)

(Quelle: UN News) Eight hundred additional soldiers are expected to arrive by air transport over the next four days to complete the deployment of Brazilian troops. The transfer of operational responsibility to UN peacekeepers from the Multinational Interim Force (MIF)… is scheduled for 25...

Spain may send hundreds of troops to Haiti and Afghanistan (14.06.2004)

(Quelle: Reliefweb) Spain is preparing to send up to 300 troops to Haiti and to boost its troop strength in Afghanistan, press reports said Tuesday. Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero's Socialist government wants to demonstrate its commitment to multilateral humanitarian or peace missions after...

UN electoral needs assessment mission arrives (08.06.2004)

(Quelle: UN News) A United Nations team arrived in Haiti today to catalogue the help the world body can provide to the Caribbean country as it prepares for democratic, free and transparent elections in 2005, a UN spokesman said today. The mission from the UN’s Electoral Assistance Division in...

US hands Haiti mission to UN (02.06.2004)

(Quelle: ISN) The US has begun handing over the command of its mission in war-torn and flood-ravaged Haiti to the UN, which will now face the challenge of creating - during its six-month mandate - a functioning democracy capable of holding national elections next year. The 3’600-strong US-led...

Latortue asks for OAS election support (19.05.2004)

(Quelle: OAS) Gérard Latortue, the Prime Minister of Haiti’s transitional government, told the Organization of American States (OAS) Permanent Council today that a major task of his government is preparing to hold “free, fair, open and democratic elections.” Citing Article 23...

Pro-Aristide march turns violent (18.05.2004)

(Quelle: Washington Post) Thousands of demonstrators called for the return of ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide during a Flag Day rally Tuesday that turned violent, leaving at least one man dead.