Violent protests in Haiti may mean a humanitarian crisis
Clip: 02/16/2019 | 4m 32s
Violent protests in Haiti against the government are threatening the country with a humanitarian crisis. President Jovenel Moïse is refusing to resign, there is mounting debt, and allegations of corruption. Both the U.S. and Canada are warning citizens not to travel to haiti and some tourists are stranded there. Miami Herald reporter Jacqueline Charles updates Hari Sreenivasan on the situation
Aired: 02/16/19Video has closed captioning.
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