By Juhakenson Blaise and Murdith Joseph
PORT-AU-PRINCE — Thousands joined demonstrations in Haiti’s capital and other cities Sept. 7 to protest against the rising cost of living, skyrocketing crime and fuel shortage, demanding for the third consecutive week the resignation of Prime Minister Ariel Henry.
Residents of Port-au-Prince and several other areas of Haiti took to the streets Sept. 7 in ongoing demonstrations demanding Prime Minister Ariel Henry’s resignation.
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