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Violent protests prevent N.B. doctor, nurses from leaving Haiti

CBC.ca Wednesday, 13 February 2019
An emergency room nurse and doctor from Woodstock, N.B., along with a nurse from Halifax, say they are safe but have no idea when they will be able to leave Haiti as violent protests continue in that country.
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President Jovenel Moise defies protesters, says he will not 'give country up to armed groups and drug traffickers'.

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