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Digicel employee killed
Tuesday, September 13, Marie Lydie Duvivier, a Digicel employee, was murdered in the commune of Tabarre. According to testimonies, it was during an attempted kidnapping that she was killed.

J-C Moïse wants more intense demonstrations
Moïse Jean Charles, leader of the radical opposition of the "Pitit Dessalin" Party calls for the intensification of mobilization throughout the national territory to force Prime Minister Ariel Henry to leave power. He announces a new day of demonstration in the capital on September 20 (264th birthday of Jean Jacques Dessalines).

NOTICE : Spanish Embassy closed
Due to the events in Port-Au-Prince, we are forced to close the services of the Spanish Embassy to the public this Wednesday, September 14. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Saint-Marc : Order restored at the communal market
On Tuesday, September 13, the police restored order at the municipal market of Saint-Marc, when demonstrators tried to force some traders to pack up by throwing stones at them.

NOTICE: Mexican Embassy closed
The Embassy of Mexico in Haiti will remain closed this week and until further notice. It should be noted that the Embassy will be closed on September 15 and 16 due to Mexico's National Day. We are sorry for any inconvenience. In case of emergency, please contact us by e-mail: embhaiti@sre.gob.mx Thank you for your understanding.

Urban guerrilla warfare : Nearly 22,000 people displaced
The International Organization for Migration (IOM - Haiti) conducted the first assessment conducted in the displacement sites of the Metropolitan Area of ​​Port-au-Prince and Grand-Sud. More than 24,000 people are displaced in the country, and 90% of these people have been displaced by inter-gang violence, while 10% are displaced by the August 2021 earthquake. IOM continues to provide life-saving assistance to displaced populations as gang violence in the capital increases.

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