Americans Told to Leave Haiti As the uprising in Haiti spreads, the U.S. State Department advises Americans to leave the country. The Pentagon is sending a small team to Haiti to assess the security needs of U.S. embassy staff. But the Bush administration says it has no plans to send U.S. troops there and wants the crisis to be resolved diplomatically. Hear NPR's Martin Kaste.
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U.S. Warns Americans to Leave Haiti

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U.S. Warns Americans to Leave Haiti

U.S. Warns Americans to Leave Haiti

U.S. Warns Americans to Leave Haiti

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As the uprising in Haiti spreads, the U.S. State Department advises Americans to leave the country. The Pentagon is sending a small team to Haiti to assess the security needs of U.S. embassy staff. But the Bush administration says it has no plans to send U.S. troops there and wants the crisis to be resolved diplomatically. Hear NPR's Martin Kaste.