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Dust Settling in Haiti After Days of Protests

A calm has returned to much of Haiti after several days of protests over a proposed increase in fuel prices. Merchants on Rue Rigaud, a prominent street in Petionville, a suburb of Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince, were back to normal Tuesday, selling mangoes, avocados and other produce. Three men sat on a street corner discussing the anti-government protests that resulted in at least three deaths, and several Haitian-Syrian-owned businesses looted and cars burned. Life had...

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