Rebels Cheered, Feared in Haiti's Capital Haitian Rebel leaders roll into Port-au-Prince following the departure Sunday morning of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Large crowds cheered the rebels on, but many Haitians are disturbed by the presence of the armed groups in the capital -- as well as persistent doubts over whether Aristide left the country voluntarily. NPR's Martin Kaste reports.
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Rebels Cheered, Feared in Haiti's Capital

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Rebels Cheered, Feared in Haiti's Capital

Rebels Cheered, Feared in Haiti's Capital

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Haitian Rebel leaders roll into Port-au-Prince following the departure Sunday morning of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Large crowds cheered the rebels on, but many Haitians are disturbed by the presence of the armed groups in the capital — as well as persistent doubts over whether Aristide left the country voluntarily. NPR's Martin Kaste reports.