22 United Nations (UN) Workers Dead and Hundreds Missing in Haiti

By Dialogo
January 14, 2010

GOD MAY MERCY THEM AS MARTYRS OF THE HUMANITARIAN DUTY.THE WORLD MUST BE PROUD OF THEM HOPING THAT PEACE WILL BE PREVALENT ALL OVER THE WORLD . NEW YORK(AFP) -- At least 22 United Nations employees died in the earthquake which rocked Haiti Tuesday, while 150 other are missing, reported this Thursday United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon. Ban indicated the deceased were military personnel and policemen stationed at the UN mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH). The death of the UN Stabilization Mission Chief in Haiti, Hedi Annabi, which was reported Wednesday by Haitian President René Préval, had not been confirmed by the United Nations on Thursday.
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