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Topic - Haiti'S Government
An international press freedom group on Tuesday urged Haiti's government to move forward in the high-profile case of a slain journalist.
A regional group of international monitors Thursday gave Haiti's government long-awaited recommendations on how to resolve its disputed presidential election, one day after the first anniversary of a massive earthquake devastated this beleaguered island nation.