Country is plagued by double-digit inflation, currency devaluation and ongoing fuel shortage.
by Keston K Perry
28 September 2019 GMT+3
Protesters demand President Jovenel Moise resign as widespread food and fuel shortages grip the country.
24 September 2019 GMT+3
Ruling party Senator Jean-Marie Ralph Fethiere says he acted in self-defence as protesters burst into parliament.
14 October 2019 GMT+3
The protests have escalated throughout the year since Haiti's supply of subsidised fuel from Venezuela was cut.
Days of protests have left the Caribbean nation to a standstill, roads have been blocked and some schools, banks and government offices have closed their doors.
11 June 2019 GMT+3
Haitian media outlets urge people 'to stop attacking reporters' after radio journalist Rospide Petion was shot dead.
10 June 2019 GMT+3
Schools, businesses and government offices are closed as protesters block roads across the capital Port-au-Prince.
Protesters march through Port-au-Prince calling for President Jovenel Moise's removal over allegations of embezzlement.
Despite a nationwide fuel shortage in Haiti, a ship loaded with oil is refusing to dock.
27 March 2019 GMT+3
Several NGO workers are reportedly missing following the attack, which took place amid ongoing instability in Haiti.
18 February 2019 GMT+3
Many Haitians remain wary of recent promises by the government to trim expenses and investigate alleged corruption.
17 February 2019 GMT+3
The unrest is the latest upsurge of discontent over corruption, and protesters want President Moise to step down.
People anxiously search for clean water, have no money to buy food, and blocked roads hinder movement.
15 February 2019 GMT+3
President Jovenel Moise defies protesters, says he will not 'give country up to armed groups and drug traffickers'.
At least nine people are killed and dozens of others injured in a week of anti-government protests in Haiti.
Police open fire on demonstrators calling for President Jovenel Moise to step down over alleged systematic corruption and rising living costs.
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