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Police officers escort trucks leaving a terminal after refueling, in a neighborhood occupied by armed gangs, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Nov. 8.

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Canada will lead a three-day diplomatic mission to Haiti as the international community weighs options to alleviate the humanitarian and security crisis.
Bob Rae, Canada’s ambassador to the United Nations, will attempt to bring key players together and find a consensus on “a political path and process for democratic elections,” according to a news release Wednesday from the foreign ministry. The mission will run from Dec. 7 to 9.


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