Suspicions of foreign forces’ involvement in Haitian president’s assassination stokes anger

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    The gunmen who assassinated Haitian President Jovenel Moïse remain at large, but authorities say they’ve killed multiple suspects and arrested six others. One of the men police have detained is reportedly American.

    On top of suspicions of foreign involvement are ones that local police may have been involved and it’s stoked further anger in the country, with some members of the public having called on police to turn over the suspects to them.

    Mike Armstrong reports on the latest details emerging from the murder investigation.

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