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Wyclef Jean shot in hand before Haiti vote

The election, already delayed by a political crisis, is also clouded with uncertainty over the return of ousted former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, a popular but divisive figure. Full story

Haiti to pick president in uncertain climate

The Haiti choice could not be more distinct — a brash musician versus a matronly former first lady. Yet it's the name that isn't on the ballot that could play a decisive role Sunday. Full story

Aristide not on Haiti ballot but on voters' minds

It looked just like a revved-up final election campaign rally, with crowds of fanatical supporters mobbing their candidate, chanting his praises and waving his portrait and Haitian flags. Full story

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Aristide returns to Haiti after 7 years in exile

Aristide returning to Haiti

Thousands of Aristide backers march in Haiti

Haiti: Passport for ex-leader Aristide is ready

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  Aristide back in Haiti before presidential vote

Thousands welcomed former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide's arrival in Haiti, less than 48 hours before a presidential election. NBC's Mark Potter reports.

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