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Hip-hop artist Wyclef Jean rejected as candidate in Haiti

For a while, the hip-hop artist looked like a major contender in the Haitian presidential race. But legal issues appear to have prevented him from running.

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Hip-hop artist Wyclef Jean could be real contender for Haitian presidency
Article | PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI -- In the space of two weeks, Wyclef Jean has redrawn the map of Haitian politics, emerging as a new force -- and perhaps the leading contender -- in a presidential election scheduled for November.
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Hip-hop artist Wyclef Jean rejected as candidate in Haiti
Photos | For a while, the hip-hop artist looked like a major contender in the Haitian presidential race. But legal issues appear to have prevented him from running.
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