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Only Security Council can call for UN probe of Aristide's leaving Haiti - Annan (11.03.2004)

(Quelle: UN News) United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today said the Security Council was responsible for deciding whether there should be an investigation of how President Jean-Bertrand Aristide came to leave Haiti. 'This is an issue that the Council will have to discuss and determine...

Latortue soll neuer Regierungschef werden (10.03.2004)

(Quelle: NZZ) Neuer Regierungschef in Haiti wird der ehemalige Außenminister und UNO-Diplomat Gerard Latortue. Der in Florida lebende Exilhaitianer nahm am Dienstag die Berufung durch einen «Rat der Weisen» an. … Zur Stabilisierung der nach wie vor gespannten Lage plant die...

4 Protesters, 1 Journalist Killed During Rally (08.03.2004)

(Quelle: Washington Post) At least four demonstrators and a foreign journalist were killed by gunfire Sunday at a protest to demand that ousted president Jean-Bertrand Aristide be tried for corruption and fomenting violence. Witnesses said Aristide supporters had caused the violence, but that could...

Aristide calls for ‘peaceful resistance' (08.03.2004)

(Quelle: Globe & Mail) In his first press conference in exile, Jean-Bertrand Aristide insisted Monday he was still president of Haiti and called for “peaceful resistance” against what he called the “occupation” of his homeland.

UN multi-disciplinary assessment team scheduled to arrive on Tuesday (08.03.2004)

(Quelle: UN News) A United Nations multi-disciplinary team is scheduled to start arriving in Haiti tomorrow to assess what is needed for the stabilization force that the Security Council wants deployed within three months in the volatile Caribbean country, a UN spokesman said today.

Canada commits troops (06.03.2004)

(Quelle: Globe & Mail) Canada will spend $38-million to send 450 military personnel to Haiti as part of an international force that Prime Minister Paul Martin promised will not abandon the troubled country. … He said the Canadian commitment will continue beyond a stabilization force, and...

US faces mounting international fury over Aristide's 'forced' exit (05.03.2004)

(Quelle: Independent) South Africa added its voice last night to a growing international chorus questioning the circumstances surrounding Jean-Bertrand Aristide's departure from Haiti and demanded an investigation into allegations that the US forcibly removed a democratically elected president from...