Jacqueline Charles

Miami Herald

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Caribbean correspondent for the Miami Herald

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On Sunday, Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier stunned Haiti by  returning  from 25 years of luxurious exile in France.

'Baby Doc' Duvalier Taken into Custody in Haiti

On Sunday, Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier stunned Haiti by returning from 25 years of luxurious exile in France.

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One year ago today Haiti lost some 300,000 people to an  earthquake  that registered 7.0. Ten million survivors declared today a national holiday.

The First Anniversary of the Haiti Earthquake

One year ago today Haiti lost some 300,000 people to an earthquake that registered 7.0. Ten million survivors declared today a national holiday.

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Even if the Island nation of Haiti had not suffered a devastating earthquake, electing a new president was not going to be easy.

Haiti, Still Reeling, Prepares for Elections

Even if the Island nation of Haiti had not suffered a devastating earthquake, electing a new president was not going to be easy.

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