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January 18, 2010

U.S. military says violence in Haiti not disrupting aid mission

Navy Rear Adm. Michael Rogers, director of intelligence for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said that what disorder there was in the country were "isolated events." "We've seen nothing to suggest to us widespread disorder," he said. But some aid groups reported treating more victims of violence. Seventy-one people have been pulled alive from the rubble.

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