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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – There is ongoing unrest in Haiti that has officials and citizens on edge.

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Port-au-Prince and other cities endured a third day of deadly protests and violence on Tuesday as anger grows over allegations of government corruption.

At least eight deaths have been reported, a police officer among them.

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Two others were tourists.

School and government officers remain closed.

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Demonstrators are demanding that Haiti’s president resigns for not investigating allegations of corruption in the previous administration over a Venezuelan subsidized energy program.