Chaos at Port-au-Prince airport as migrants are deported from Texas
26 September 2021 | 4:55 pm
Images show desperate scenes at the airport in Port-au-Prince as a group of migrants gathers around the plane they had just been deported on. After disembarking, the migrants forced their way back onto the runway and were left to pick up their personal belongings that had been dumped out onto the tarmac.
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