Haitians Barricading Streets With Coffins as Protests Against U.N. Continue Over Cholera Outbreak
Protests are continuing in Haiti over the cholera outbreak that has now killed more than 1,100 people and infected some 17,000. On Wednesday, residents in the city of Cap-Haitien clashed with U.N. troops for the third consecutive day. Crowds have taken to the streets expressing anger at the Haitian government and the United Nations for failing to contain the disease. We go to Cap-Haitien to speak with independent journalist Ansel Herz.