Haitians are protesting against the possible deployment of a US-backed multinational security force. This follows the arrival of a Kenyan police delegation to Haiti in Port-au-Prince.


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The East African nation has committed to lead the force and will deploy a contingent of 1,000 officers to help train Haitian police and assist in restoring order. The US has promised to back Kenya’s deployment, and the move is seen by many Haitians as a ploy to perpetuate the Western domination of their troubled country.

The prospect reopens old wounds of occupation by outside forces, which the nation has had to fight so hard to expel over its history. African Stream was on the ground in Port au Prince, Haiti to speak to protesters. Check out what they said. #Haiti #US #Police #Kenya #America
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