Haitians protest and demand PM’s ouster

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In Haiti, thousands of people have taken to the streets in the capital and other cities demanding that Prime Minister Ariel Henry step down. Protesters blocked roads, shut down businesses and marched through the streets, calling for a better quality of life in the Caribbean nation. At least one man was fatally shot. Harold Isaac, a Haitian journalist who has been following the developments, joins host Carol Hills from Port-au-Prince.

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