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  US begins airdrops of food and water
  UN peacekeepers 'barter goods for sex'  UN peacekeepers regularly barter goods for sex with people in the countries the world body is meant to be helping, a draft UN report says   UN Haiti forces accused of abuse  Uruguay has ordered the repatriation of 5 of its peacekeepers from Haiti, accused of involvement in the sexual assault of a teenage boy   U.S. hospital ship in Haiti near capacity  Haitians being treated on a U.S. Navy hospital ship are requiring longer care than expected, forcing the U.S. to scramble for an alternative   US to send 4,000 extra troops to Haiti


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Jan.28
Jan.20
  The US is sending another 4,000 sailors and marines for the earthquake relief effort, diverting them from deployments in the Gulf and Africa
Jan.18
  The US military has begun airdropping water and food into earthquake-hit Haiti, after earlier ruling out such a delivery method as too risky

  More than 2,000 marines are set to join 1,000 US troops on the ground, as aid efforts gather pace a week after a devastating earthquake
Jan.13 First U.S. military aid reaches Haiti  With the first of its flights touching down in earthquake-devastated Haiti, the U.S. began deploying military planes, ships and ground troop...

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Nov.2   S Lanka troops 'abused Haitians'   The UN is sending home more than 100 of the 950 Sri Lankan peacekeepers, accusing them of sexual abuse, including with underage girls May.8 Migrants claim boat rammed by naval ship
  Haitian migrants claim a Turks and Caicos naval vessel rammed their crowded sailboat twice before it capsized, killing dozens of people Feb.9   UN troops flood into slum  Up to 700 UN peacekeepers entered a coastal area of Port-au-Prince, sparking a gun battle with suspected gang members

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Nov.29   UN troops face child abuse claims  Children have been subjected to rape and prostitution by peacekeepers in Haiti and Liberia Nov.11   2 U.N. peacekeepers killed  2 peacekeepers from Jordan were shot to death in Port-au-Prince after coming under attack by gunmen Feb.13 Peacekeepers open fire

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Jul.6   UN troops storm shanty town
  The peacekeepers have stormed a slum in Port-au-Prince, killing armed gang members loyal to Aristide
Mar.20 Firefight kills first U.N. peacekeeper

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Sep.27     U.N. rushes troops to Haiti   The United Nations rushed hundreds more peacekeepers to city of Gonaives to stem looting, while Haitians lined up for food Mar.1     Rebels enter capital
  Greeted by hundreds of cheering supporters, heavily armed rebels are entering the police headquarters
Feb.29     U.S. Marines land in Haiti  A small group of Marines landed at the airport in Port-au-Prince Feb.28     Rebels halt capital assault  Rebel leader Guy Philippe has decided to hold off an attack on the besieged Port-au-Prince for 'a day or two'     Armed rebels surrounded Port-au-Prince
  Jean-Bertrand Aristide clings onto his presidency. Murderous gangs roam the streets Feb.27   Rebels close in on capital  Rebels have moved closer to Port-au-Prince with the capture of a town just 60km away Feb.24 Rebels close in on capital Feb.23 Port-au-Prince braces for attack  Government supporters in Haiti have set up roadblocks at key points. 50 U.S. Marines arrive Feb.22 Rebels 'to attack capital' Feb.18 City of Cap Haitien surrounded by rebels Feb.17 50 dead as crisis grows  Rebels killing the police chief and 2 bodyguards in the town of Hinche before driving the rest of the police from the town Feb.16 Rebellion hits another town  At least 3 people have been killed as armed rebels launched a new attack in the town of Hinche Feb.8   Government warns of coup  The prime minister Yvon Neptune has accused opposition of trying to mount a coup, as unrest continues to spread



    
    

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  U.S. hospital ship in Haiti near capacity  Haitians being treated on a U.S. Navy hospital ship are requiring longer care than expected, forcing the U.S. to scramble for an alternative   US to send 4,000 extra troops to Haiti




Haiti, War & Army Military to Rescue Timeline ... See World Military to Rescue timeline Top ^
2010
Jan.28
Jan.20
  The US is sending another 4,000 sailors and marines for the earthquake relief effort, diverting them from deployments in the Gulf and Africa
Jan.18   US begins airdrops of food and water
  The US military has begun airdropping water and food into earthquake-hit Haiti, after earlier ruling out such a delivery method as too risky
Jan.18   US marines arrive to bolster quake efforts
  More than 2,000 marines are set to join 1,000 US troops on the ground, as aid efforts gather pace a week after a devastating earthquake
Jan.13 First U.S. military aid reaches Haiti  With the first of its flights touching down in earthquake-devastated Haiti, the U.S. began deploying military planes, ships and ground troop...



Haiti, War & Army Rebellion Timeline ... See World Rebellion timeline Top ^
2005 Mar.20 Firefight kills first U.N. peacekeeper 2004 Mar.1   Rebels enter capital
  Greeted by hundreds of cheering supporters, heavily armed rebels are entering the police headquarters
Feb.28   Rebels halt capital assault  Rebel leader Guy Philippe has decided to hold off an attack on the besieged Port-au-Prince for 'a day or two' Feb.28   Armed rebels surrounded Port-au-Prince  Jean-Bertrand Aristide clings onto his presidency. Murderous gangs roam the streets Feb.27 Rebels close in on capital  Rebels have moved closer to Port-au-Prince with the capture of a town just 60km away Feb.24 Rebels close in on capital Feb.22 Rebels 'to attack capital' Feb.18 City of Cap Haitien surrounded by rebels Feb.17 50 dead as crisis grows  Rebels killing the police chief and 2 bodyguards in the town of Hinche before driving the rest of the police from the town Feb.16 Rebellion hits another town  At least 3 people have been killed as armed rebels launched a new attack in the town of Hinche



Haiti, War & Army War Crime Timeline ... See World War Crime timeline Top ^
2011 Sep.4   UN Haiti forces accused of abuse  Uruguay has ordered the repatriation of 5 of its peacekeepers from Haiti, accused of involvement in the sexual assault of a teenage boy 2007 Nov.2   S Lanka troops 'abused Haitians'   The UN is sending home more than 100 of the 950 Sri Lankan peacekeepers, accusing them of sexual abuse, including with underage girls 2006 Nov.29   UN troops face child abuse claims  Children have been subjected to rape and prostitution by peacekeepers in Haiti and Liberia



Haiti, War & Army Ground Forces Timeline ... See World Ground Forces timeline Top ^
2005 Jul.6 UN troops storm shanty town
  The peacekeepers have stormed a slum in Port-au-Prince, killing armed gang members loyal to Aristide
2004 Sep.27   U.N. rushes troops to Haiti   The United Nations rushed hundreds more peacekeepers to city of Gonaives to stem looting, while Haitians lined up for food



Haiti, War & Army Peace Efforts Timeline ... See World Peace Efforts timeline Top ^
2015 Jun.10   UN peacekeepers 'barter goods for sex'  UN peacekeepers regularly barter goods for sex with people in the countries the world body is meant to be helping, a draft UN report says 2007 Feb.9 UN troops flood into slum  Up to 700 UN peacekeepers entered a coastal area of Port-au-Prince, sparking a gun battle with suspected gang members



Haiti, War & Army Navy Timeline ... See World Navy timeline Top ^
2007 May.8 Migrants claim boat rammed by naval ship  Haitian migrants claim a Turks and Caicos naval vessel rammed their crowded sailboat twice before it capsized, killing dozens of people



Haiti, War & Army Coup Timeline ... See World Coup timeline Top ^
2004 Feb.8 Government warns of coup  The prime minister Yvon Neptune has accused opposition of trying to mount a coup, as unrest continues to spread



Haiti, War & Army Marines Timeline ... See World Marines timeline Top ^
2004 Feb.29   U.S. Marines land in Haiti  A small group of Marines landed at the airport in Port-au-Prince