Neighborhood fights Haiti gangs after vigilante killings

Taxi drivers walk past a truck blocking a street Tuesday as part of an anti-gang protest in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, a day after a mob in the Haitian capital pulled 13 suspected gang members from police custody at a traffic stop and beat and burned them to death with gasoline-soaked tires. (AP Photo/Odelyn Joseph)

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Armed with machetes, bottles, and rocks, residents in the hilly suburbs of Haiti’s capital fought back against encroaching gangs Tuesday, a day after a crowd burned 13 suspected gangsters to death in a gruesome outburst of vigilante violence.