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HAITI-DOMINICAN/DEPORTEES
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September 19, 2015
Lisania Disten yawns while resting on a bed inside a makeshift tent at a refugee camp for Haitians returning...
ANSE-A-PITRES, Haiti
Lisania Disten yawns while resting on a bed inside a makeshift tent at a refugee camp for Haitians returning...
Lisania Disten yawns while resting on a bed inside a makeshift tent at a refugee camp for Haitians returning from the Dominican Republic and where she lives with her family on the outskirts of Anse-a-Pitres, Haiti, September 7, 2015. Dominican officials last month began implementing a controversial immigration program targeting Haitian migrants and Dominican-born people of Haitian descent. The program centers on round-ups and deportations that have triggered concerns about a slow-growing border migration crisis in the poorest country in the Americas. So far about 1,500 people have been deported at a pace of 50 to 100 per day, according to relief officials with access to records supplied by the Dominican government. The officials asked not to be identified because they were not authorized to discuss the number of deportees. Thousands more have fled the Dominican Republic out of fear of arrest or harassment, scared by neighbors, bosses, coworkers and police or immigration officials. Picture taken September 7, 2015. To match Feature HAITI-DOMINICAN/DEPORTEES REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
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