Saturday, December 2

Cap-Haitien: Protesters set fire to the immigration office

Demonstrations in Haiti continued in Cap-Haitien where demonstrators demanded the departure of Prime Minister Ariel Henry and condemned the request to send foreign military troops to the country.

According to the Agence haïtienne de presse du Nord, protesters set fire to the Cap-Haitien immigration office on Wednesday, but police intervened, preventing the fire from spreading.

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NAP reported that a police officer dropped a high-caliber weapon, which was picked up by a protester. But about an hour later, the officers recovered him, confirmed the spokesman for the northern police institution, Inspector Arol Jean.

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