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A plane belonging to U.S. missionary group Agape Flights burns after it was set on fire during protests demanding that the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry do more to address gang violence including constant kidnappings, in Les Cayes, Haiti…more
A demonstrator faces police during protests demanding that the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry do more to address gang violence including constant kidnappings, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti March 29, 2022.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
A demonstrator throws a tire into a burning roadblock during protests demanding that the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry do more to address gang violence including constant kidnappings, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti March 29, 2022.  REUTERS/Ralph…more
Demonstrators stand on top of a plane belonging to U.S. missionary group Agape Flights during protests demanding that the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry do more to address gang violence including constant kidnappings, in Les Cayes, Haiti…more
Demonstrators pose for a photograph during protests demanding that the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry do more to address gang violence including constant kidnappings, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti March 29, 2022. The signs read “France is a…more
A plane belonging to U.S. missionary group Agape Flights stands on a street after it was pushed from the airport during protests demanding that the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry do more to address gang violence including constant…more
A demonstrator throws a tire into a burning roadblock during protests demanding that the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry do more to address gang violence including constant kidnappings, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti March 29, 2022.  REUTERS/Ralph…more
Demonstrators face police during protests demanding that the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry do more to address gang violence including constant kidnappings, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti March 29, 2022.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
Motorcyclists ride near a burning roadblock during protests demanding that the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry do more to address gang violence including constant kidnappings, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti March 29, 2022.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
A demonstrator gestures during protests demanding that the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry do more to address gang violence including constant kidnappings, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti March 29, 2022.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
Motorcyclists ride past a burning roadblock during protests demanding that the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry do more to address gang violence including constant kidnappings, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti March 29, 2022.  REUTERS/Ralph Tedy Erol
A woman gestures around a fire set during a voodoo ceremony ahead of protests demanding that the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry do more to address gang violence including constant kidnappings, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti March 29, 2022….more
People circle a fire set during a voodoo ceremony ahead of protests demanding that the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry do more to address gang violence including constant kidnappings, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti March 29, 2022.  REUTERS/Ralph…more
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