Protesters set fire to the Immigration Building in Port-au-Prince Haiti Friday
Protesters protesting through the streets of Port-au-Prince to demand the unconditional departure of President of the Republic Jovenel Moïse,
Protesters set fire to Haiti's Immigration Building in Port-au-Prince
Haitian protesters attempted to burn down the premises of the Directorate of Immigration and emigration at John Brown Avenue (Lalue) in Port-au-Prince Haiti Friday.
One branch of the street protest en route to Carrefour Aeroport to join another branch protesting to force President Jovenel Moise to resign decided to set the immigration building on fire as they were passing by.
The fire which started to spread in the entrance of the building was quickly extinguished by the police and other members of the population, according to news reports.
Haitian Creole: Men Zin... Manifestan mete dife nan Direction Immigration Port-au-Prince jounen Vendredi 4 Octobre 2019 la
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