Young men run from tear gas during an anti-government protest in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Saturday Dec. 13, 2014. As Haiti approaches the fifth anniversary of its devastating Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake, growing discontent among Haiti’s poor, black masses is fueling increasing demonstrations and calls for Pesident Michel Martelly to step down.
Young men run from tear gas during an anti-government protest in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Saturday Dec. 13, 2014. As Haiti approaches the fifth anniversary of its devastating Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake, growing discontent among Haiti’s poor, black masses is fueling increasing demonstrations and calls for Pesident Michel Martelly to step down. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Young men run from tear gas during an anti-government protest in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Saturday Dec. 13, 2014. As Haiti approaches the fifth anniversary of its devastating Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake, growing discontent among Haiti’s poor, black masses is fueling increasing demonstrations and calls for Pesident Michel Martelly to step down. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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