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Latest Haiti'S Government Items
The Haitian government plans a low-key ceremony marking the third anniversary of the earthquake that devastated the country and killed hundreds of thousands of people.
Haiti's Jean-Bertrand Aristide will leave exile in South Africa in just a few hours, despite President Obama's bid to keep the hugely popular but controversial figure away from his homeland until it holds a presidential election this weekend, officials said Thursday.
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.