Haitian Revolt
February 2004

Haitian rebel leaders, Buteur Metayer, left, Guy Philippe, second from left, and T-Wil, right, along with an unidentified rebel, center, laugh during a rally in Gonaives, where the fighters announced a new name for their joint movement, the National Resistance Front To Liberate Haiti, on Thursday, Feb. 19, 2004.       Louis-Jodel Chamblain, a rebel leader, patrolled a burning police
     station in Cap-Haitien, on Feb. 22, 2004.



     Burned out cargo containers are all that remain in the port
     of St. Marc after looters torched the area. Haitian police
     regained control of the city, clearing roadblocks on the 
     northern route.