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Mobile phone video claiming to show rape stokes anger at agency's mission

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The president-elect wore a conservative grey suit for his first news conference since his election victory as Haitians wondered how this charismatic musician with a bad-boy past would govern the country in crisis.

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The popular carnival musician enjoys a landslide victory but now must convince elite to help him repair a broken country
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