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Calls Rise for Haiti's Aristide to Resign

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Calls Rise for Haiti's Aristide to Resign

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Calls Rise for Haiti's Aristide to Resign

Calls Rise for Haiti's Aristide to Resign

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In Haiti, weeks of street protests against President Jean Bertrande Aristide show no sign of abating. Critics have assailed him since flawed legislative elections four years ago. Aristide, who was re-elected in 2000 after a coup and U.S. invasion, has promised to hold a new vote. Opposition leaders say he must step down. NPR's Gerry Hadden reports.