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February 09, 2015
A minivan used for public transportation drives past a gasoline station in Port-au-Prince February 8,...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Minivan used for public transportation drives past a gasoline station in Port-au-Prince
A minivan used for public transportation drives past a gasoline station in Port-au-Prince February 8, 2015. Anti-government street protesters plan to shut down Haiti's capital for two days starting Monday as the country plunges deeper into political and economic crisis even as many prepare for an annual Carnival, normally a time of peaceful revelry. Protest organizers are warning residents of the capital to stay off the streets during the two-day strike over gasoline prices saying those who venture out will be risking their lives. The grafitti on the mini van reads, "100 gd (Haitian Gourdes, which is equivalent to $2.13) = 1 gallon gaz (gasoline)." Picture taken February 8, 2015. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares (HAITI - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRANSPORT ENERGY BUSINESS)
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