VIDEO: The U.N. in Haiti

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The U.N. peacekeeping mission to Haiti, which began in June 2004, is up for renewal in October of this year. Haitians are nervous about what will happen if the troops leave, reports WPR contributor Carmen Gentile. Watch the video below (flash must be enabled): To browse all WPR videos using our custom player, click here. Related article: “Haiti: Port-au-Prince Slums Experiencing Relative Calm, for Now“

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