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November 16, 1991 | MIKE CLARY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The number of Haitian refugees interdicted at sea in the past few weeks climbed past 1,000 Friday as Bush Administration officials scrambled to work out a resettlement plan with three Central American nations that have agreed to accept some of the boat people. Venezuela, Belize and Honduras have each agreed to take in a few of the refugees, some of whom have been held aboard U.S. Coast Guard cutters idling near the Windward Passage for more than two weeks.
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November 16, 1991 | MIKE CLARY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The number of Haitian refugees interdicted at sea in the past few weeks climbed past 1,000 Friday as Bush Administration officials scrambled to work out a resettlement plan with three Central American nations that have agreed to accept some of the boat people. Venezuela, Belize and Honduras have each agreed to take in a few of the refugees, some of whom have been held aboard U.S. Coast Guard cutters idling near the Windward Passage for more than two weeks.
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