DR expels up to 700 Haitians daily, vows to return even more – Haitian Times

The Haitian Times
Bridging the gap
Haiti’s closest neighbor, the Dominican Republic, has intensified the expulsion of Haitians – sending at least 108,000 across the shared border this year – as its leaders insist they cannot be “asked to do more” to help Haiti. 
A variety of organizations have provided an array of statistics about the number returned, with differences in the time periods they compiled information.
GARR said the DR is also violating repatriation rules between the two countries that ban repatriation after 6 p.m.  

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