Thursday, 9 December, 2021
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People line up with empty jerry cans at a gas station of Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Monday. Those who can afford it rely on pricey generators, which are no help in the face of the severe fuel shortage caused by gangs, who have been blocking access to the country's oil terminals in the capital and its outskirts, with the government under pressure to ensure security for companies to reach the crucial storage facilities.

People line up with empty jerry cans at a gas station of Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Monday. Those who can afford it rely on pricey generators, which are no help in the face of the severe fuel shortage caused by gangs, who have been blocking access to the country's oil terminals in the capital and its outskirts, with the government under pressure to ensure security for companies to reach the crucial storage facilities.