Haiti PM's future as leader in doubt amid chaos and threats of worsening violence

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Haitian politicians started Wednesday creating alliances to lead the country crumbling under gang attacks that have shuttered the main airport and prevented embattled Prime Minister Ariel Henry from returning home.

Politicians pursued new coalitions as Haiti remained largely paralyzed, with schools and businesses still closed amid heavy gunfire blamed on gangs that control an estimated 80 per cent of the capital, Port-au-Prince, where several bodies lay strewn on empty streets.

The country’s two biggest prisons were also raided, with more than 4,000 inmates released over the weekend. Several police officers were killed in violence that erupted last week.

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