Growing Instability in Haiti
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Growing Instability in Haiti

November 9, 2022 4:47 pm (EST)

Growing Instability in Haiti
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More than a year after President Jovenel Moïse’s assassination, Haiti remains embroiled in a humanitarian crisis. Economic and political instability persist, and a surge in gang-related violence in and around the capital, Port-au-Prince, has displaced tens of thousands of people. World leaders are now debating whether to send troops to help restore basic governance in the country. What does the future hold for Haiti?

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