A protester jumps over a burning barricade during a protest against the government in the streets of Port-au-Prince

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Hundreds have taken half in protests throughout Haiti this week

Opposition demonstrators in Haiti have burnt tyres and thrown stones, urging President Jovenel Moise to step down.

At the least 4 individuals have been killed and dozens injured in 4 days of protests within the capital Port-au-Prince and different cities.

Many Haitians accuse Mr Moise and different officers of corruption. Hundreds have taken to the streets this week.

The unrest has pressured mayors in a number of cities to cancel carnival festivities due in early March.

Mr Moise – who has been in energy since 2017 – has known as for talks with the opposition, to no avail to this point.

Opposition teams known as for protests after a courtroom report alleged that officers and former ministers had misappropriated improvement loans made by Venezuela to Haiti after 2008.

The report additionally instructed that President Moise had been concerned in irregularities.

Haiti is the poorest nation within the Caribbean and 60% of the inhabitants dwell on lower than $2 (£1.53) a day.