U.S. Intervention 
in Haiti
(March 2004)

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     U.S. Marines patrol the grounds of the the Presidential Palace
     on March 1, after President  Aristide left the country. 
U.S. Marines take up positions on the roof of the Presidential Palace in Port-au-Prince on March 2.

 
 
     Marines stand on the steps of the National Palace in 
     downtown Port-au-Prince.
     A man rests as a U.S. Marine stands guard while others
     remove a roadblock in Port-au-Prince on March 3.

 
 
    U.S. Marines take up positions to watch for snipers in
    the streets near the Haitian Presidential Palace in
    Port-au-Prince on March 3. The Marines cleared
    barricades that have blocked the streets for weeks.
     Two U.S. Marines take up position as barricades
     are moved from the city center. The Marines
     spent the day clearing the roads of debris.