Dominican Republic steps up deportation of Haitian refugees

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  • Dominican authorities say they deported 43,900 migrants, largely Haitians, between July and October. Deportation figures also shot up by about 50% between September and October. Advocacy groups say mass deportations of Haitians from the Dominican Republic ramped up following the 2021 assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, which thrust an already crisis-stricken nation into chaos.

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    Dominican Republic steps up deportation of Haitian refugees

    Dominican authorities say they deported 43,900 migrants, largely Haitians, between July and October. Deportation figures also shot up by about 50% between September and October. Advocacy groups say mass deportations of Haitians from the Dominican Republic ramped up following the 2021 assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, which thrust an already crisis-stricken nation into chaos.

    Al Jazeera’sTeresa Bo reports from Dajabon on the Haitian border.

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    Comments

    jarosław bielski says:

    but eventually it becomes bitter as wormwood
    and sharp as a double-edged sword.

    Bro Oneil says:

    This is Cruel, Simply Cruel.

    Ryan Phung says:

    I don’t understand how spiteful and petty they are when they literally share the same island

    L F says:

    The Dominicans are self hating Black people

    Tyrone Jones says:

    That is a violation of basic human rights letting a pregnant women give birth in front of a hospital fusing to let her enter wow shame on you the Dominican Republic

    Desi StarkTM says:

    A nation which doesn’t take a single refugee or spends a single penny to help them is broadcasting “desperate journeys”. Irony definition.

    bharath Dev says:

    Why shld any nation take any refugee in the first place .no nation have any obilgation to do so

    Desi StarkTM says:

    @bharath Dev then al Jazeera should shut the fcukup befire blaming EU or any other nation.

    Tim and Jacqui Nicklin says:

    Yes this is good , this is what Britain should do. Illegal immigration is just that illegal . Britain should take a good look at how black people treat black people , if we did this to protect our country we would be called racist .
    Tim

    100 Music Playlists says:

    Greenland is HUGE and mostly empty. The UN should use Greenland as a way to ellieviate the world’s problems like areas with high populations and crime instead of having every nation under Huge pressure. If many of the world’s problems are exported to Greenland it will give govts breathing space to fix the world.

    Herman Spaerman says:

    The dumbest idea ever. Every person living in the polar region strains the earth with increased carbon emissions simply because you need heated houses all year around to survive. Only a few are supposed to live in polar regions so turning them into penal colonies is just stupid.

    william carrington says:

    From Greenland to Blackland ?

    gloriakmm says:

    Sounds good, but what kind of infrastructure is in place? Is the land actually habitable? Much of Russia is ‘empty’ but completely inhabitable, never mind freezing cold for most of the year. Are there homes for people to live in in Greenland? Will there be jobs for them to earn a living? Schools, hospitals etc etc? Just because there is space in Greenland, that doesn’t automatically mean it is a practical solution. And much of the US is ‘empty’ too, by the way.

    gloriakmm says:

    I just did about 10 minutes of research and I take back everything I said. This is a terrible idea. Greenland is cold and dark for several months of the year. The suicide rate is one of the highest in the world. There are limited opportunities, people are depressed and alcoholism is common. There’s a reason why less than 60, 000 people live there. And goodness knows what the environmental cost would be of trying to move more people there. What on earth were you thinking? This is truly an awful and horrible idea!

    Michael Mwaura says:

    Come to Africa

    Ellery Ray says:

    I agree. Its their country’s right to enforce their borders.

    Haddly Negla says:

    That’s just not a good strategy from the Dominican Republic and they will understand that from an international stance later on. History testifies that. I wish courage to all my compatriots who are being deported. Just stay safe now and try building a new life from scratch with all the Haitian dignity and resilience. Haiti will never become a racist country and will always welcome all citizens from any nation on earth. That’s the core idea behind the historic struggle for the independance. We humans are all brothers and sisters. The current dire situation in Haiti can’t ever surpass that. Hail freedom! Good luck Dominican Republic but know that hate and humiliation will never win love. I wish all the best for humanity!

    Tyrone Jones says:

    That is a violation of basic human rights letting a pregnant women give birth in front of a hospital fusing to let her enter wow shame on you the Dominican Republic

    A Em says:

    We Black people need to do better for our people.

    Bonix Rei says:

    They have no business there, America is to blame for any Haitian problems, because they created that’s problems

    Andre Duncan says:

    France 🇫🇷 is to pay Haiti 🇭🇹 reparations and all Black populated nations should trade with Haiti 🇭🇹.

    Centurion RD says:

    Being born in DR does not make you Dominican

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