PORT-AU-PRINCE — On a recent December day, Anette, a vendor, sat on a high chair in the local market in Route de Frères, looking over the provisions displayed on a table, while calling out to customers to buy her food.
But she did so on alert and with no intention of staying out too long because “lari à twò sispèk pou mwen,” meaning the streets are unsafe.
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