Crisis in Haiti: in France, a diaspora between anguish and hope for change
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Plagued by gangs, Haiti continues to descend into extreme violence. Massacres, rapes, kidnappings…this is the daily life of millions of Haitians. The authorities seem overwhelmed. Then the population, exasperated, begins to take justice into its own hands through the “Bwa Kale” movement. Faced with this unprecedented situation, members of the Haitian diaspora live with permanent anxiety for their loved ones to remain in the country. Some are trying to shake things up. Report in the Paris region.
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