July 27 Issue

Fuel Fight
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Fuel Fight

Port-au-Prince. Haiti—A wounded man lies on a road after a protest against fuel price increases erupted into clashes with police on July 7. Violent demonstrations swept the Caribbean nation, leading Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant to suspend the government hikes to fuel costs “until further notice.”
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