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Haiti: Migrants deported from US return to Port-au-Prince

By Ruptly
20 September 2021   |   1:42 pm
A deportation flight with Haitian migrants landed in Port-au-Prince on Sunday. According to reports, a total of 320 Haitians were brought back from the United States on three flights that day. Deportees, including women and children, were seen disembarking from one of the planes that arrived at the capital's Toussaint Louverture international airport.

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