Death Toll Rises in Haitian Rebellion

Haitian government forces say they've recaptured the northern town of Saint Marc, one of a string of villages seized by rebels in the past several days. Haiti's fourth-largest city, Gonaives, remains in rebel hands. The armed revolt, which has left dozens dead since the weekend, increases pressure on President Jean Bertrande Aristide to resign. Hear NPR's Gerry Hadden.

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