Haitian migrants

Immigration

Fatal boat trip highlights Haitians fleeing violence

Photo: This photo released by the Seventh U.S. Coast Guard District shows people standing on a capsized boat, left, as some of its passengers are pulled up on to a rescue boat, top, in the open waters northwest of Puerto Rico Haitians are fleeing in greater numbers to the neighboring Dominican Republic, where they board

International

Dominican Republic expels, mistreats Haitians, activists say

Bien-Aimé St. Clair frowned as the stream of older Haitian migrants pushed past him. Accused of living in the Dominican Republic illegally, they knew they had no choice but to go back across the border to Haiti. But St. Clair, 18, hesitated. He shouted at an immigration agent. “Boss! Hey! I don’t know anyone there,”

Mexico

Mexico buses, flies Haitians from remote area on US border

Photo: A Texas Department of Safety official stands near an armor vehicle along the Rio Grande, Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021, in Del Rio, Texas.  Mexico has begun busing and flying Haitian migrants away from the U.S. border, authorities said Tuesday, signaling a new level of support for the United States as a giant refugee camp

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