A convoy of U.N. police officers rolled into the seaside village of Jacmel just days before Haiti’s critical elections to restore parliament, three years after they were do. The U.N. has deployed its police officers across the country to shore up Haiti’s National Police force, which is taking the security lead.
A convoy of U.N. police officers rolled into the seaside village of Jacmel just days before Haiti’s critical elections to restore parliament, three years after they were do. The U.N. has deployed its police officers across the country to shore up Haiti’s National Police force, which is taking the security lead. Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald staff
A convoy of U.N. police officers rolled into the seaside village of Jacmel just days before Haiti’s critical elections to restore parliament, three years after they were do. The U.N. has deployed its police officers across the country to shore up Haiti’s National Police force, which is taking the security lead. Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald staff

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