On Tuesday, October 11, protests erupted in several Haitian cities. Police cracked down on demonstrators as anti-government protests degenerated into looting.
In the capital Port-au-Prince, protesters erected burning barricades made of car tires and threw stones at police, which, in turn, used tear gas.
Some protesters then ransacked a hotel, and local media reported several fatalities.
Shots were fired and pictures taken by a Reuters photographer at the scene showed a woman covered in blood lying dead on the ground.
"This is a crime by the police. This young girl did not pose a threat. She was . . .
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