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UN: Haiti police need immediate help amid surge in violence

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Helen La Lime, the top U.N. official in Haiti, said insecurity is rapidly deteriorating in the country of more than 11 million people. In May alone, she said more than 200 killings and 198 abductions were reported. La Lime also warned that proposals to move the country forward are crumbling.
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UN: Haiti police need immediate help amid surge in violence

A U.N. special envoy is warning that Haiti’s police force needs immediate help to fight crime and violence, noting that gangs have grown so powerful they recently seized control of a local courthouse

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UN: Haiti police need immediate help amid surge in violence

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — A U.N. special envoy warned Thursday that Haiti’s police force needs immediate help to fight crime and violence, noting that gangs have grown so powerful they recently seized control of a local courthouse.

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UN: Haiti police need immediate help amid surge in violence

A U.N. special envoy is warning that Haiti’s police force needs immediate help to fight crime and violence, noting that gangs have grown so powerful they recently seized control of a local courthouse

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By EVENS SANON and DÁNICA COTO Associated PressPORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — A U.N. special envoy is warning that Haiti’s police force needs immediate help to fight crime and violence, noting that gangs have grown so powerful they recently seized control of a local courthouse. Helen La Lime, the top U.N. official in Haiti, said Thursday that insecurity is rapidly deteriorating in the country of more than 11 million people, with an average of almo…

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UN: Haiti police need immediate help amid surge in violence

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — A U.N. special envoy warned Thursday that Haiti’s police force needs immediate help to fight crime and violence, noting that gangs have grown so powerful they recently seized control of a local courthouse.Helen La Lime, the top U.N. official in Haiti, said insecurity is rapidly deteriorating in the country of more than 11 million people, with an average of almost seven kidnappings reported every day.In May alone, she…

4 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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UN: Haiti police need immediate help amid surge in violence

A U.N. special envoy is warning that Haiti’s police force needs immediate help to fight crime and violence, noting that gangs have grown so powerful they recently seized control of a local courthouse

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