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rebels promise to arrest Hatian PM, and other stories:
ST. MARC, Haiti -- While crowds celebrated 60 miles away in the capital, a mob marched down the main street of this seaside city Monday wielding clubs and machetes as revenge killing continued a day after the abdication of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
The headquarters compound of Aristide's Lavalas Party had been looted. A bonfire at the front gate contained the gruesome remains of pro-Aristide gang members, at least five of whom had been hunted down and killed between Sunday and Monday.
A week ago, Jean-Claude Duperval sat in Haiti's national penitentiary while panicky family members in Orlando chased down rumors that he had been killed by supporters of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
Now, Duperval is a free man.
And where in the world is Boniface Alexandre?
:: posted by buermann @ 2004-03-02 15:57:48 CST |