Haiti under gang rule: UN urges international community to act

Some 531 people have been killed so far this year in Haiti as a result of ongoing violence and unrest. There are estimates that armed gangs now control about half of the country, including the capital Port-au-Prince. As the situation spirals out of control, the UN human rights office is calling for the international community to deploy a specialised force to the Caribbean nation. We take a closer look.

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