Chaos & looting: Violent clashes grip Haiti

Thousands of protesters took to the streets of the Haitian capital on Monday, clashing with police for the fifth straight day of demonstrations against economic mismanagement and corruption.

Thousands marched in the street of Port-au-Prince, car tires were lit in the middle of the streets and at least two businesses were looted.

Organizers pledged more protests in the days to come, increasing pressure on President Jovenel Moise, who is calling for negotiations with the opposition.

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Haiti protests demanding Moise exit enter fourth day

Hundreds of protesters turn out in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince for a fourth day of demonstrations demanding the resignation of President Jovenel Moise.

Haitians honour souls of the dead in fading tradition

In a cemetery in Port-au-Prince, people honour the souls of the dead by dressing as voodoo spirits of death — a Haitian tradition that has faded over the years, under pressure from some Protestant groups and eclipsed by the increasing popularity of Halloween.

Haitian migrants turn away from Trump’s US for Chile and Mexico

Haitian migrants set up barber shops, restaurants and businesses in the Chilean town of Quilicura or the Mexican town of Tijuana; places which have become a home away from home as they turn away from Trump’s United States.

Haitians March Against Immigration Policies

Haitian immigrants and their supporters marched and rallied in downtown Boston on Friday to decry President Donald Trump’s recent comments and policies concerning Haitians. (Jan. 26)

Haitian and Pro-Trump Crowds Rally at Mar-a-Lago

Haitian and pro-Trump protesters yelled at each other from opposing corners just down the street from the president’s Palm Beach Mar-a-Lago retreat. (Jan. 15)

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Haitians In US Offended By Trump Comments

After President Trump made disparaging remarks about immigrants, some members of the Haitian communities in New York and Florida said they were offended and believed his comments were racist. (Jan. 12)

Budget (not) approved: Teargas & arrests at rally against Haitian govt.

Protesters clashed with police in Port-Au-Prince after the Haitian government approved the controversial 2018 budget, leading to several arrests and the use of teargas on demonstrators

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Haitian Migrants Stranded In Tijuana

Over the past year, 16,000 Haitians arrived at the Mexico-U.S. border seeking asylum. The majority of these Haitian migrants made a months-long journey across Central and South America from Brazil, where they had settled after fleeing the devastation of the 2010 earthquake in their homeland. The journey north was not easy; it was long, expensive, and extremely dangerous. The trip meant crossing 10 countries by foot, bus and boat, dealing with human smugglers and corrupt police.

The U.S. had once welcomed Haitians, but with an estimated 40,000 of them en route, former President Barack Obama, and now President Donald Trump, refused to let them cross the border. Migrants were left waiting in Mexico for months before U.S. immigration officials would even look at their cases. Now, as Trump has further closed off America’s borders, thousands of them are stranded in Mexico, straining the country’s resources.

VICE News went to Tijuana to see how the city is adjusting and how the Haitians are adjusting.

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Who’s in Charge? – Haiti’s Power Struggle (Dispatch 3)

Amid a wave of bloody clashes between protesters and the police, Haitian president Michel Martelly stepped down from office last weekend, leaving no clear option to lead the country.

VICE News travels to the Caribbean nation, where reporter Simon Ostrovsky spent time in the country’s parliament talking to the prime minister and other local politicians to find out exactly who is now in charge.

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