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Haiti: UN sanctions gangster Jimmy Cherizier, calls for end to violence

A UN Security Council resolution called for a one-year embargo on all economic resources owned or controlled by Haiti's Jimmy Cherizier, who is the leader of the "G9 Family and Allies" gang.

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