Haitian Police Battle Rebels Haiti's 4,000 police officers are increasingly unable to fend off a relatively small group of anti-government insurgents operating in central Haiti. Many Haitians believe the government is now drafting street toughs to fill out police ranks. NPR's Martin Kaste reports.
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Haitian Insurgents Put More Pressure on Police

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Haitian Insurgents Put More Pressure on Police

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Haitian Insurgents Put More Pressure on Police

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Haiti's 4,000 police officers are increasingly unable to fend off a relatively small group of anti-government insurgents operating in central Haiti. Many Haitians believe the government is now drafting street toughs to fill out police ranks. NPR's Martin Kaste reports.