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Aristide May Sue U.S., France for Kidnapping

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Aristide May Sue U.S., France for Kidnapping

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Aristide May Sue U.S., France for Kidnapping

Aristide May Sue U.S., France for Kidnapping

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Exiled Haitian president Jean Bertrand Aristide is considering suing the U.S. and French governments for allegedly kidnapping him and whisking him away to the Central African Republic. The Bush administration calls the allegations nonsense, but the dispute is making the post-Aristide work in Haiti more complicated. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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