Published November 20, 2015
Thousands of Haitians demanding that last month's presidential election be annulled clashed with supporters of the government, resulting in at least one death.
Associated Press journalists saw a man dead apparently from a bullet wound being carted away in a wheelbarrow and another man was hospitalized after being hit in the head with a machete.
Authorities made no comment on the violence.
Friday's protest began peacefully but when the crowd approached the Delmas district of Port-au-Prince it was attacked by pro-government supporters who threw rocks and bottles.
The protesters were supporters of several of the 54 candidates in the Oct. 25 presidential election. Preliminary results announced this month said Martelly-backed candidate Jovenel Moise and Jude Celestin finished first and second to win spots in the Dec. 27 runoff.