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STORY OF THE WEEK: Coup d'Etat In Haiti

Coup d'Etat In Haiti

Allegations Aristide's Communications Have Been Cut Off - Ira Kurzban, the lawyer who represents President Jean Bertrand Aristide has announced that he had just learned that the Central African Republic (CAR) has shut off President Aristide's phone service. See... President Aristide's Phone Service Cut Off, Lawyer
- - Undernews Links: Haiti News Roundup
- UN - Annan's Special Envoy On Haiti Goes To Jamaica

The Media Struggle To Report US Complicity In Haiti's Coup - The front pages of major American newspapers and the talking heads on the news channels would have you believe that the resignation of Jean-Bertrand Aristide from his presidency in Haiti was voluntary. See... William Pitt: Aristide Kidnapped by U.S. Forces?
- UNICEF Airlifts Emergency Supplies To Haiti
- The U.S. Must Provide Shelter For Haitians
- Haiti: Human rights violators must not have power - Amnesty
- Ivan Eland: Déjà vu All Over Again in Haiti
- Background Link - Scoop Link: Noam Chomsky - The Tragedy of Haiti
- News Links - UnderNews: News Links On The Haiti Coup
- Rep Maxine Waters: Aristide Says 'I Was Kidnapped'
- NY News Transfer - Aristide Confirms He Was Kidnapped By US Military
- Global Research - Chossudovsky: US Sponsored Coup d'Etat In Haiti

- Warnings Of Food Shortages In Northern Haiti
- Haiti: World Vision Reports Singing In Streets
- Haiti Refugees asylum seekers not part of conflict
- International UN PeaceMaking Force To Haiti
- U.S. President Bush Sends Marines To Haiti
- World Vision Commits $50,000 From 40 Hour Famine To Haiti
- Support Haitian Democracy, not Rebel Thugs
- U.S. President Bush Sends Troops To Haiti
- Haiti: Leaders Must Account For Crimes

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