Monthly Archives: October 1994

Washington, D.C., Oct. 14, 1994 — Weekly News Review, C-SPAN Panel discussion with a younger John King, then of the Associated Press, John Harwood, then of the Wall Street Journal, and moderator Brian Lamb. Advertisements

Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Oct. 5, 1994 – Michel Francois Leaves Haiti

Morning Edition Oct 5, 1994 Colonel Michel Francois Leaves Haiti EDWARDS: This is “Morning Edition”; I’m Bob Edwards. The airport in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, is scheduled to reopen to commercial traffic today after months of being closed, and, in his speech yesterday to the United Nations, the exiled Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, said he would return […]


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Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Oct. 4, 1994 – Coup Leader Flees Haiti

All Things Considered Oct 4, 1994 Junta Leader Francois Leaves Haiti ADAMS: This is “All Things Considered”. I’m Noah Adams. WERTHEIMER: And I’m Linda Wertheimer. In a speech to the United Nations today, exiled Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide said he will return to his country on October 15th, the same day Haiti’s military leaders are […]

Port-au-Prince, Oct. 4, 1994 – FRAPH Attacks Aristide Supporters

Morning Edition Oct 4, 1994 FRAPH Paramilitary Group Remains Violent EDWARDS: This is “Morning Edition”; I’m Bob Edwards. In Haiti, U.S. Army units today continue a series of raids against paramilitary groups allied to the Haitian military regime. Yesterday, the raids were held in two Haitian cities, including the capital Port-au-Prince. The U.S. military seized […]

Tongar, Haiti, Oct. 3, 1994 – “Hungry Hill”

“Hungry Hill” In Northern Haiti, the American military intervention allows a small village to resume their lives without fear. Sunni Khalid reports from Tongar, where local residents have welcomed the presence of the Marines.

Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Oct. 1, 1994 – Violence Draws Stronger U.S. Response

Weekend Edition Saturday Oct 1, 1994 Violence in Haiti Draws More US Response SIMON: This is “Weekend Edition”. I’m Scott Simon. In Haiti, an American Embassy spokesman has strongly suggested that U.S. military forces will be more aggressive in their patrols there, following repeated outbreaks of political violence in the capitol Port-au-Prince. So far, U.S. […]