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In pictures: Haiti protests
Anti-Aristide protesters march in Port-au-Prince
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As many as 3,000 people take to the streets in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince.
Anti-Aristide protesters march in Port-au-Prince
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They are angry at the presidency of Jean-Bertrand Aristide and are demanding his resignation.
An opponent of Haitian President Aristide displays a poster showing the president attempting to flee the country
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The protest is the first since an uprising by armed rebels elsewhere in the country several days ago.
Riot police patrol a street during the protest march
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The march was able to go ahead, with a heavy police presence.
An anti-Aristide protester throws rocks at government supporters
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There were violent scuffles with stones thrown by both Aristide opponents, and his supporters.
A woman watches police run up an alley
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Police reportedly used tear gas to bring Sunday's anti-opposition march to an end.





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