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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Haitian Police
An international advocacy group says Haitian police clashed with hundreds of residents in a camp for people displaced by the 2010 earthquake.
Haitian police said on Thursday that a small plane piloted by a U.S. citizen suffered mechanical problems and made an emergency landing in a field of bananas in Haiti.
President Hugo Chavez's inner circle has not discussed who should succeed him if his health prevents him from running in October's presidential elections, Vice President Elias Jose Jaua Milano said in an interview published Sunday.
Oscar-winning actor Sean Penn gave an emotional speech Wednesday urging the world community to help Haiti as he accepted an award from a gathering of Nobel Peace Prize laureates for his humanitarian work in the earthquake-ravaged country.
With his gold teeth, shiny earrings and a life spent mostly in Florida, Serge Michel Dorval is afraid he looks like a rich American to some of the desperate Haitians who live near him in a shantytown alongside a trash-clogged drainage ditch. It's a fear that keeps him up at night.
The United Nations on Monday counseled against violence after Haiti's electoral council refused demands by almost all of the major presidential candidates to throw out Sunday's election results because of fraud allegations as many voters were turned away from the polls.
Anti-U.N. violence spread to Haiti's capital Thursday as protesters blocked roads and attacked foreigners' cars over suspicions that peacekeepers introduced a cholera epidemic that has killed more than 1,100 people.
Protesters who hold Nepalese U.N. peacekeepers responsible for a deadly outbreak of cholera that has killed 1,000 in three weeks threw stones and threatened to set fire to a base in the country's second-largest city Monday, Haitian radio and eyewitnesses reported.