On July 7, 2021, Haitian President Jovenel Moïse was brutally murdered inside his own home. A crime still unsolved and many uncertainties have worsened the social chaos in Haiti, a country with the worst humanitarian rates in the Americas. A wave of protests and violence took over the country. The gangs besieged the capital Port-au-Prince promoting robberies, kidnappings and murders. The ports were taken over by factions making access to food even more scarce. This photo essay depicts daily life in the Haitian capital in the weeks following the president's assassination.

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