Haiti’s new PM Conille says leaders are putting aside differences

PORT-AU-PRINCE, June 3 (Reuters) – Haiti’s new interim Prime Minister Garry Conille said on Monday members of the new administration were setting aside their differences to work for the good of the country, which is battling a devastating crisis fuelled by gang wars.
Fighting among gangs in the capital has forced hundreds of thousands from their homes while closing major ports, cutting off key supplies of food, medicine and aid, intensifying a food crisis that has plunged millions into hunger.

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