Haiti: Several injured as violent clashes break out between protesters and police in Port-au-Prince
10 February 2021 | 11:12 am
Several were injured as police and protesters clashed amid a new demonstration over Haiti's presidency in Port-au-Prince, on Monday. Local media reports two journalists were injured in the clashes in which police used tear gas. Sporadic shots were heard as well. Protesters were seen throwing projectiles at law enforcement officers.
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