Uncertainty looms in Haiti where interim president’s term nears end


On Monday, the term of Haiti’s American-backed prime minister, Ariel Henry officially ends. It will also be seven months since the island nation’s president was assassinated, raising concerns over another crisis in a nation struggling to contain gang-violence in its capital city. Miami Herald’s Haiti correspondent Jacqueline Charles joins.

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