Protesters march to demand elections and new leaders in Haiti, clash with police in capital

Protesters march to demand elections and new leaders in Haiti, clash with police in capital


Anti-government protesters clash with Haiti police

Associated Press - 5 December 2014 18:21-05:00

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Thousands of people have marched through Haiti's capital demanding that long-delayed elections be held and calling for the president and prime minister to resign.
Protesters in Port-au-Prince burned tires and threw rocks at police Friday. Officers responded with tear gas. No deaths or major injuries were reported.
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