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United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti 

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U.S., France blocking Haiti probe (13.04.2004)

(Quelle: IPS News Agency) The United States and France have intimidated Caribbean countries into delaying an official request for a probe into the murky circumstances under which Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide was ousted from power in February, according to diplomatic sources at the U.N.

Ex-Innenminister in Haft (08.04.2004)

(Quelle: taz) Haitis Polizei hat gestern nach eigenen Angaben Exinnenminister Jocelerme Privert wegen Verdachts auf Beteiligung an Oppositionellen-Morden festgenommen. Privert ist damit der erste Minister der gestürzten Aristide-Regierung, der wegen seiner Rolle bei den Unruhen im Februar...

Powell rejects Aristide probe (06.04.2004)

(Quelle: Washington Times) Secretary of State Colin L. Powell yesterday rejected a proposed U.N. probe into former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide's departure, saying the United States had helped to prevent a blood bath. Haitian Prime Minister Gerard Latortue, …, announced that all major...

Haitian government to seek Aristide extradition (02.04.2004)

(Quelle: UN Wire) Haiti's U.S.-backed interim government is planning to demand the extradition of former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, temporarily located in Jamaica, on charges of corruption and rights abuses, Haitian Justice Minister Bernard Gousse...

Annan's adviser recommends long-term UN presence (30.03.2004)

(Quelle: UN News) United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan's special adviser on Haiti today called for a long-term international presence of some 20 years in the Caribbean country as it recovered from a series of reverses, but he said that mission must give ownership of reconstruction programmes...

U.S. worried as caribbean nations defer on Haiti leaders (30.03.2004)

(Quelle: New York Times) The Bush administration, still seeking more foreign troops to help stabilize Haiti, voiced concern on Monday over a refusal by Caribbean leaders to recognize that country's American-backed interim government. … The administration still hopes to pull out its troops...

Haiti's struggle to restore the rule of law (29.03.2004)

(Quelle: New York Times) When Haiti's new police chief made a surprise tour of six police stations in the capital earlier this month, they were nearly empty. Only about two dozen officers were on duty when there should have been nearly 200. … As Haiti slowly emerges from weeks of violent...