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BREAKING: Haiti asks for U.S. troops to help stabilize the country

Haiti is reportedly asking for U.S. troops to help stabilize the country in the wake of the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse:


According to the NYT, the troops would be used “to protect the port, airport, gasoline, and other critical infrastructure”:

The U.S. is already sending people from the FBI and DHS to help in the investigation:

But do the Haitians want U.S. troops on the ground? The Green Party says nope:

But the already bad situation before the killing is getting worse:

As for the investigation, two Americans were arrested in connection with the assassination:


From The Independent:

Two men who were believed to hold dual US-Haitian citizenship have been arrested in connection with the assassination of Haiti’s President Jovenel Moïse, according to Haitian authorities.

Haiti’s minister of elections and inter-party relations, Mathias Pierre, identified US citizens James Solages, 35, and Joseph Vincent, 55, as the two Americans detained following the killing.

They’re saying, however, that they were just translators:

A number of Colombian nationals have been identified as well:


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