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Teenager killed as Caricom envoy arrives in Haiti to mediate conflict

A teenager was shot dead by police during a protest as a Caribbean Community (Caricom) envoy arrived in Haiti seeking an end to the political violence that has torn the impoverished Caribbean state for weeks, press reports said. The youth was killed, and three others were wounded, during an anti-government protest in the northeastern city of Ouanaminthe, the reports said. In the capital Port-au-Prince, university students set up a barricade around a campus building and police responded by launching tear gas canisters. Bahamian Foreign Minister Frederick Mitchell arrived in Port-au-Prince as representative of the 15-nation Caricom, which has sought to mitigate Haiti’s crisis. Full Story

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