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Republique d'Haiti

Widespread rural poverty is the norm. Only one-third of the land in Haiti is arable. Several offshore islands -- including Ile de la Tortue (Tortuga Island), off the north coast, and Ile de la Gonave, in the east -- are in Haitian territorial waters.

In October 1994, a multinational peacekeeping force (primarily made up of U.S. forces) landed in Haiti to oversee the transition from the military government headed by Raoul Cedras to a civilian...

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