Haitian Capital Seals Itself Police and supporters of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide erect barricades on roads leading into Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince, in anticipation of a threatened attack by rebels. After effectively taking control of the country's northern region, opposition leaders have rejected international proposals that they share power with Aristide. NPR's Martin Kaste reports.
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Haitian Capital Barricades Against Rebels

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Haitian Capital Barricades Against Rebels

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Haitian Capital Barricades Against Rebels

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Police and supporters of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide erect barricades on roads leading into Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince, in anticipation of a threatened attack by rebels. After effectively taking control of the country's northern region, opposition leaders have rejected international proposals that they share power with Aristide. NPR's Martin Kaste reports.