On 14 February 2021, security forces deployed tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse thousands of protesters outside the offices of the U.N. and the Organization of American States (OAS), located in the southern Pétion-Ville neighborhood of the capital Port-au-Prince. The demonstrators, who gathered to protest international support for incumbent President Jovenel Moise, threw rocks at security personnel, set fire to a gas station and a private vehicle in the area and erected blockades in nearby districts. At least one protester was killed and several others suffered injuries during the altercation, including journalists and police officers.