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At least 29 people aboard a bus traveling from the Dominican Republic were kidnapped in Haiti’s Croix-des-Bouquets district. According to the Haitian newspaper “Le Nouvelliste,” the kidnapping occurred yesterday, Wednesday, January 18.
During the kidnapping, the outlet confirmed that nine of the 37 passengers on the bus escaped from the scene. So far it is unknown if the people have been released. The news will be updated as more information is available.
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Oh thanks Haitians for being so kind to us Dominicans. But when they crossed to our side , We Dominicans got to treat them with respect, like giving them jobs, health care , schooling, etc .
Kidnapping your neighbors is not a good way to make friends.
In the meantime Canada listens to the elite Haitians who say ‘ mind your own business USA & other countries wanting to take stronger action. . These so-called elite ‘politicos’ are wealthy and have all they need. I say put the ordinary citizens first – those without food, water, safety, gas, money etc and live in fear.
Canada’s Trudeau (prime minister) is not someone we should trust.
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