(From BBC News)
The Prime Minister of Haiti, Jack Guy Lafontant, has resigned after days of violent protests against fuel price rises.
In a speech in the lower house of Congress in the capital, Port-au-Prince, he said President Jovenel Moïse, had accepted his resignation.
There had been calls for a vote of no-confidence in Mr Lafontant in Congress during the riots.
At least four people were killed with shops and buildings burnt and looted.
The unrest started after the government unveiled a proposal to remove fuel subsidies.