Guy Philippe, one of the rebel leaders of the Resistance Front drove into Port-au-Prince along with his men on March 1, 2004 after President Jean-Bertrand Aristide left the country. He was greeted on the street of Port-au-Prince by thousands of people.
Guy Philippe, one of the rebel leaders of the Resistance Front drove into Port-au-Prince along with his men on March 1, 2004 after President Jean-Bertrand Aristide left the country. He was greeted on the street of Port-au-Prince by thousands of people. PETER BOSCH MIAMI HERALD
Guy Philippe, one of the rebel leaders of the Resistance Front drove into Port-au-Prince along with his men on March 1, 2004 after President Jean-Bertrand Aristide left the country. He was greeted on the street of Port-au-Prince by thousands of people. PETER BOSCH MIAMI HERALD

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