Haiti's plans to revive army draw concern

Former Haitian football star Bobby Duval has joined a chorus of concern over the government's decision to revive the military.

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    Former Haitian football star Bobby Duval has joined a chorus of concern over the government's decision to revive the military.

    Plans are under way to build up a national security force after the United Nations voted last week to end its peacekeeping mission in Haiti.

    Al Jazeera's Gerald Tan reports.


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