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Battle-tested, bone-weary, Haitians hang on for survival after president’s assassination

One month after the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, daily life may be somewhat back to normal. But business as usual, it’s not. What is not visible are the scars within – fresh and old – embedded into the sinews, the psyche, the spirit of people here. Battle-tested and bone-weary, Haitians are living under a never-ending cycle of emotional trauma that, by many accounts, has been exacerbated by the recent assassination of the nation’s president.