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Questions Persist over U.S. Role in Haiti

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Questions Persist over U.S. Role in Haiti

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Questions Persist over U.S. Role in Haiti

Questions Persist over U.S. Role in Haiti

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A group of seven Haitian leaders is expected to name a new prime minister soon as the turbulent nation seeks to fill a power vacuum. President Jean-Bertrand Aristide left the country a week ago amid domestic unrest and external pressure. Analysts are debating the history of U.S. support for Aristide and the details of his departure. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.