The capital Port-au-Prince saw renewed protests days after the country’s presidential runoff vote was postponed indefinitely. Opposition groups criticized what they view as interference by the Organization of American States.
South American nations have failed to pass a resolution aimed at ending months of violent demonstrations in Venezuela. The oil-rich nation has been engulfed by a political and economic crisis.
The Organization of American States has failed to reach consensus on a joint declaration on Venezuela, with foreign ministers agreeing to meet again in mid-June. Meanwhile, protests have intensified in Caracas.
At least two people have died in renewed clashes between protesters and police in Venezuela. Demonstrators have been on the streets for weeks, pleading for an end to the country's political and economic crisis.
Venezuela has threatened to pull out of the OAS as an economic and political crisis deepens. More than two dozen people have been killed in protests in the past month, with more demonstrations planned in the coming days.
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