U.S. Military Operations In Haiti Ends


CaribWorldNews, PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Thurs. June 3, 2010: The U.S. Military is pulling out of Haiti.

The Army`s 82nd Airborne Division is pulling out of the earthquake-ravaged country almost five months after the January 12th quake.

However, some 500 U.S. National Guard troops will be engaged in humanitarian assistance in Haiti through September.

The announcement comes as relief workers say 1.5 million Haitian victims of the quake are still living in tent cities since the disaster and they are concerned about them with the upcoming hurricane season.

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