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Haiti's President Michel Martelly (center) shakes hands with former dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier in Port-au-Prince on Oct. 12 with Mr. Duvalier's son, Francois Nicolas "Nico" Duvalier, present (left). Mr. Martelly has not sought prosecution of the former dictator, who has been accused of looting the treasury and torturing and killing political opponents. (Associated Press)

Haiti's President Michel Martelly (center) shakes hands with former dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier in Port-au-Prince on Oct. 12 with Mr. Duvalier's son, Francois Nicolas "Nico" Duvalier, present (left). Mr. Martelly has not sought prosecution of the former dictator, who has been accused of looting the treasury and torturing and killing political opponents. (Associated Press)

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