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  • FILE - This May 20, 2008 file photo shows Wyclef Jean speaking during a news conference in New York. The former head of Haiti's Chamber of Deputies says singer Wyclef Jean is about to announce his candidacy for president of a nation struggling to recover from the Jan. 12 earthquake, Aug. 3, 2010. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, file)

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    Haitian Ambassador Raymond Joseph this week left Washington to return to Port-au-Prince, where he is expected to announces his candidacy for president in the Nov. 28 election. His decision to run could set up a political showdown with his nephew, the popular hip-hop performer Wyclef Jean, who has hinted that he also might return home from the United States to campaign for president.

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  • Haiti's ambassador to the U.S, Raymond Joseph, said in an interview with the Associated Press that if it is the only remaining copy, the discovery would provide a boost to his country at a desperate time.

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  • Mr. Joseph told the Christian Science Monitor last week that a race between him and his nephew would present voters a choice of "popularity versus experience."

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