Widespread gang violence in Haiti continues bolstered by weapons trafficked from the U.S.

Months of raging gang violence came to a head today in Haiti. The prime minister, currently stranded in Puerto Rico, announced he would resign as soon as a transitional government is in place. Meanwhile, the widespread violence has recently been made worse by an influx of powerful weapons which special correspondent Marcia Biggs tells us are coming mostly from the U.S.

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March 12, 2024

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