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Saturday, 20 November 2010

Angry gangs bring UN protest to Haitian capital

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Angry gangs bring UN protest to Haitian capital: "Violent protests against United Nations peacekeepers, blamed for the cholera crisis, have spilled over into the country's capital as gangs of angry Haitian youths trawl Port-au-Prince.
Organisers had urged people to vent their anger at the UN and the Haitian authorities in a demonstration at a main square by the presidential palace, but what happened was more like urban guerrilla warfare.
Tear gas filled the air and sporadic gunfire could be heard as gangs took to the streets of the quake-ravaged capital, blocking roads with barricades of burning tyres and dumpsters of rotten garbage.
Advertisement: Story continues below Several hundred rock-throwing youths attacked an open-top truck carrying peacekeepers, known as MINUSTAH."

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