Haiti progresses in assassination investigation, amid many questions

At least 10 suspects are at large, including 5 Colombians and 5 Haitians, the latter accused of involvement in the planning.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The criminal investigation into the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise has made significant progress. Still, many questions remain to be clarified on Wednesday, two weeks after the assassination.

According to the investigations, the assassination was committed by a commando team of 26 Colombian mercenaries who broke into the presidential residence in the early hours of July 7 without encountering any resistance from the security forces guarding the mansion, located in the Pelerin sector of Port-au-Prince.

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