Port-au-Prince — Haitian Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe announced his resignation on Wednesday amid worsening gang violence and political turmoil in the poorest country in the Americas.

Jouthe, who had been in the role for just over a year, announced on Twitter at about 1am that he was stepping down, saying it had been an honour to serve his Caribbean country as prime minister. He did not say why he was resigning...

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