Thousands of anti-government protesters in Haiti have clashed with police forcing them to march on President Jovenel Moïse's house.
The weeks of protests in an economic crisis have further angered the killing of a prominent journalist who had been covering the demonstrations.
Néhémie Joseph was found dead in his car with gunshot wounds on Thursday.
Protesters demanded Mr. Moïse's resignation, blaming him for fuel shortages and worsening inflation. Loudspeakers explode music with anti-government lyrics.
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"We are in a state of sadness and we are starving," protester Claude Jean was quoted as saying by Reuters news agency. We ask (President Moïse) to resign so that we can have a new Haiti … because we are suffering so much in this country. "
Earlier this year Mr Moïse denied calls for his resignation, saying he would not leave the country in the" hands of armed gangs and drug traffickers ".
Néhémie Joseph was found dead in the town of Mirebalais, northeast of Port-au-Prince, but the circumstances are unclear. He had previously reported being threatened by politicians but did not know if his work was the cause of the attack.
Police say an investigation into the killings has been launched but have not provided further details.