Several U.S. Missionary Teams Left Stranded and Desperate for Supplies Amid Haitian Riots

A terrifying situation has been developing in Haiti and several American missionary teams are right in the middle of it.
Violent riots erupted after the impoverished nation’s government announced they would be raising fuel prices to close a budget deficit. In a nation where most people make around $2/day, the increase would bring gas prices to about $20/gallon.
Protesters have been looting, setting fires and wielding weapons. The government has not officially recognized any deaths due to the protests but photos tell a different story.
The bodies of two men lie outside a burned and looted store, as one of the men’s relatives stands between them, after two days of protests against a planned hike in fuel prices in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Sunday, July 8, 2018. Government officials had agreed to reduce subsidies for fuel as part of an assistance package with the International Monetary Fund, but the government suspended the fuel hike after

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