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Border communities, Border Patrol brace for migrant surge as Title 42 ends – Cronkite News

Photo: The city of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, sits just across the border fence from Nogales, Arizona. It is one of the busiest border crossing areas in the Tucson Sector, according to Border Patrol. (Photo by Caitlin Thompson/Cronkite Borderlands Project) On a mild afternoon at the end of November, several dozen recently arrived migrants and asylum seekers


Haiti’s leader requests foreign armed forces to quell chaos – Associated Press

Photo: Protesters are dispersed by tear gas thrown by the police during a demonstration to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Ariel Henry in the Petion-Ville area of Port-au-Prince, Haiti Haiti’s government has agreed to request the help of international troops as gangs and protesters paralyze the country and supplies of water, fuel and basic


Haiti at breaking point as economy tanks and violence soars – Associated Press

Photo: Demonstrators fill the streets during a protest to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Ariel Henry, in the Petion-Ville area of Port-au-Prince, Haiti Daily life in Haiti began to spin out of control last month just hours after Prime Minister Ariel Henry said fuel subsidies would be eliminated, causing prices to double. Gunshots rang


Gangs strangle Haiti’s capital as deaths, kidnappings soar

Photo: A charred jawbone is seen in the debris of home set on fire during clashes between armed gangs in the Butte Boyer neighborhood of Port-au-Prince, Haiti It was about 6 a.m. when Venique Moïse flung open the door of her house and saw dozens of people running — their children in one hand and


Beleaguered Haiti capital brought to brink by fuel shortages

Haiti’s capital has been brought to the brink of exhaustion by fuel shortages, after staggering along despite an earthquake, the assassination of the president, gang violence and mass kidnappings. More than two weeks of fuel deliveries interrupted by gang blockades and abductions of fuel truck drivers have driven residents of Port-au-Prince to a desperate search

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