The latest protest against Haitian President Jovenel Moise follows a strike Monday and Tuesday that shut schools, businesses, and government offices, halted public transport and suspended a Parliament session.
Many stores and gas stations were closed and travel between some cities was impeded as protesters blocked roads. Police also erected barricades near the presidential palace and fired tear gas to drive away demonstrators.
US State Department announces it is recalling all "non-emergency personnel" from Haiti and warned Americans against traveling to the unrest-plagued nation.
Carnival in Haiti goes back to 1804 and not even the country's devastating 2010 earthquake was enough to eliminate celebrations.
Over half a million Haitians have become sickened by cholera which spreads through contaminated water.
Some 60,000 Haitians in the US received Temporary Protected Status after a 2010 earthquake ruined their country. Its rescindment brings new uncertainty.
After more than 13 years, the UN wound down its peacekeeping operation in Haiti.In its place a smaller mission will help the country reform a deeply troubled justice system.
Demonstrations, which is backed by the opposition, were held in Port-au-Prince against the unpopular budget, which comes into effect on October 1.
The crowd turned on the bus and its driver after the accident in the north of the country.
Police set up checkpoints on roads leading from Arcahaie prison and detained several people without identity cards.
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