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Haiti: first Kenyan police arrive to help tackle gang violence – but the prospects for success are slim

By Amalendu Misra, Professor of International Politics, Lancaster University
An advance team of Kenyan special forces police have arrived in the troubled Caribbean nation of Haiti. They are part of a larger UN-backed “support” mission tasked with establishing order, pushing back the advances of criminal gangs and allowing the freshly appointed interim government to function effectively.

In total, around 2,500 officers are expected…The Conversation

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