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Pressure forces Aristide out

US sends Marines in bid to quell chaos in Haitian capital

By Susan Milligan and
Steven Dudley
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / March 1, 2004

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Embattled Haitian leader Jean-Bertrand Aristide resigned the presidency yesterday and fled his troubled country, giving in to heavy pressure from the United States, domestic political opponents, and armed rebels who threatened to storm the capital if he remained in power. (Full Article: 1319 Words)

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