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Speaking from Puerto Rico, Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry said he will resign after the creation of a transitional presidential council. Prime Minister Henry has been locked out of his own country while traveling abroad, due to surging unrest and violence by criminal gangs who have overrun much of Haiti’s capital and closed down its main international airports.



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