China Daily, China
Central American countries are considering sending troops to Haiti at the request of the United Nations to cope with the rising violence there, Honduran President Ricardo Maduro said on Saturday.
Brazilian-led U.N. troops are stretched to the limit as they try to prevent the looting of aid supplies and to stop gunbattles and political clashes in the Caribbean island.
About 50 people have been killed since September.
Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua are looking into sending a "humanitarian rescue unit" made up of soldiers, Maduro told a news conference at government headquarters.