In some regional news tonight: Several men have been arrested for the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise. News reports from Haiti are that that two of the men are believed to be Haitian-Americans — one of them purportedly a former bodyguard at the Canadian Embassy in Port-au-Prince. Six people were arrested in the hours since the brazen killing of President Moïse by gunmen at his home in the pre-dawn hours Wednesday. Four other suspected assailants were killed in a gunfight with police and two are still missing. Earlier, authorities had said seven suspects were killed. Witnesses said two suspects were discovered hiding in bushes in Port-au-Prince on Thursday by a crowd, some of whom grabbed the men by their shirts and pants, pushing them and occasionally slapping them. One man was overheard saying that it was unacceptable for foreigners to come to Haiti to kill the country’s leader, referring to reports from officials that the perpetrators spoke Spanish or English.