Haiti fuel shortage: Oil company refuses new deliveries

Despite a nationwide fuel shortage in Haiti, a ship loaded with oil is refusing to dock.

    There is growing frustration in Haiti over a prolonged fuel shortage.

    A tanker loaded with oil has been sitting off the coast since February, but it will not dock until the country pays most of the $60m it owes for previous deliveries.

    Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports.


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