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UN to vote on resolution to authorize one-year deployment of armed force to help Haiti fight gangs

  • The UN Security Council is set to vote on a resolution to deploy an international force in Haiti for a year, aimed at curbing gang violence and improving security ahead of long-delayed elections.
  • The force would provide operational support to Haiti's underfunded National Police and help build their capacity to counter gangs. It will also adopt urgent measures to prevent loss of life and maintain public safety.
  • The resolution condemns the escalating violence, criminal activities, and human rights abuses in Haiti, including kidnappings, violence against women, and arms smuggling. It also mentions imposing additional sanctions on the leader of Haiti's largest gang alliance.
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