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The Biden administration is deporting hundreds of Haitians to a country mired in political chaos

Por: The Boston Globe Opinion February 23, 2021

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We may have a new president, but the machinery of government sometimes churns with heartbreaking inertia — as if Joe Biden weren’t in the White House.Case in point: the , a move straight out of former president Donald Trump’s playbook. For these Haitians, fleeing a country suffering in deep poverty, Trump might as well be in charge. As would-be asylum seekers, the Haitian migrants, most of whom came to the United States recently through... + full article



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