A fired anti-corruption official, a former senator and a businessman previously tried for drug charges in the US are the latest suspects of killing Haiti's president.
Haitian police on Tuesday issued warrants for new suspects allegedly linked to the assassination of President Jovenel Moise.
While uncertainty reigns Haiti's political future, confusion still surrounds the circumstances of the killing of Moise.
Police said they arrested 18 Colombians and three Haitians, including two who also hold dual US citizenship, linked to the July 7 killing.
A Florida-based Haitian doctor, who was also arrested, is believed to have led the group, according to police.
Who are the newly identified suspects?
Police on Tuesday said they were searching for a former official, a former s...