Haiti disturbances

This item appears on page 19 of the February 2011 issue.
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Due to continued violent crime, the cholera outbreak and frequent disturbances in Port-au-Prince and provincial cities, the US Department of State recommends against nonessential travel to Haiti.

Beginning in October, protests and violent disruptions occurred regularly in downtown Port-au-Prince. Following elections in late November, demonstrations occurred in cities countrywide.

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Due to continued violent crime, the cholera outbreak and frequent disturbances in Port-au-Prince and provincial cities, the US Department of State recommends against nonessential travel to Haiti.

Beginning in October, protests and violent disruptions occurred regularly in downtown Port-au-Prince. Following elections in late November, demonstrations occurred in cities countrywide.