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U.S. and Canada Warn Against Travel to Haiti as Violent Protests Continue

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The governments of the United States and Canada have warned people not to travel to Haiti as violent protests against President Jovenel Moïse continued on Friday in the capital and other cities in the Caribbean nation for the ninth straight day.

Protesters, who have demanded Mr. Moïse’s ouster, have blocked roads with burning tires, metal fencing and cinder blocks, paralyzing transportation in the capital, forcing the closing of businesses, government offices and schools, and causing shortages of food and fuel. Clashes between demonstrators and the police have left several people dead and spread fear throughout the population.





Be safe brothers and sisters in Haiti


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