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(Port-au-Prince: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(White House: Rita Braver) President Clinton's last-minute decision to send a delegation of former President Jimmy Carter, former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Colin Powell and Senator Sam Nunn for more talks with the Haitian leader General Raoul Cedras reported. [National Security Advisor Anthony LAKE - states the purpose of the trip.] [Exiled President Jean-Bertrand ARISTIDE - states jobs will be created for members of the Haitian military.] [CLINTON - states reasons for United States military intervention in Haiti.]
(Port-au-Prince: Dan Rather) The basis of an agreement permitting US military forces to enter Haiti as a peacekeeping operation rather than as a combat operation explained.
(Port-au-Prince: Dan Rather) The reaction in Haiti to Clinton's threat of military action featured; scenes shown from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, of men gathering in support of the military regime. [Haitian MAN - says
- Braver, Rita;
- Rather, Dan
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