Surging gun violence, other crises worsen hunger in Haiti

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A week of gun battles between rival gangs in Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince, has left at least 89 people dead, among them children, and led thousands to flee their homes.

The fighting erupted on July 7 between two rival factions in Cite Soleil, an impoverished and densely populated neighborhood of Port-au-Prince.






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