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There Goes Brazil from Haiti and the Country’s Hopes for a UN Permanent Seat

Brazil’s leadership in the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) may be coming ...

Haiti’s Brazilian-Led Occupation Force Might Leave Soon. Good Riddance!

As one of his first measures in office, Brazilian Defense Minister Celso Amorim plans ...

Brazilian Commander of UN Troops in Haiti Replaced After Fight with US

The Brazilian general who commands the United Nation’s peacekeeping mission in Haiti, the MINUSTAH, ...

Haiti Is Giving Brazil a Chance to Prove Its Mettle Beyond Cheap Talk

After a promising beginning that included, among other accomplishments, being the second country in ...

Lula Tells Obama Haiti’s UN Mission Led by Brazil Can’t Take Care of Everything

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has suggested today, January 18, to the ...

Washington Says Yes to Brazil’s Plan to Keep Its Military in Haiti

The United States has endorsed a one-year extension of the mandate for the U.N. ...

Brazil’s Navy Vessels on Their Way to Haiti

Five Brazilian Navy vessels, carrying 200 Marines, departed Monday, May 1st, from Rio de ...

Brazilian General Says International Troops Will Stay Three More Years in Haiti

Brazilian troops, which make up the multinational United Nations peace keeping contingent, will remain ...

Brazil Will Stay in Haiti to Prevent a New Rwanda Massacre

Brazil has no timetable to withdraw its troops under United Nations flag from Haiti ...

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