Haiti: 15 Colombians, 2 Americans arrested over killing of president

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Twenty-six Colombians and two US men were involved in the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise, interim police chief Leon Charles said on Thursday evening. The two US men, who are of Haitian origin, and 15 of the Colombians were arrested, Charles said at a televised press conference in Port-au-Prince with interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph. Three Colombian suspects were killed and eight were on the run, Charles said. Colombian Defence Minister Diego Molano said in a video address initial information showed the suspects were former members of the Colombian army. Those who had been…

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