A protest by Haitian truckers Thursday forced Haitians to cross into the Dominican Republic either on foot or on motorcycles. No passenger buses or commerce traffic was allowed to pass a street blockade that truckers set up in the Haitian border town of Malpasse. They are protesting the disrespect of Haitians by Dominicans, they said.
A protest by Haitian truckers Thursday forced Haitians to cross into the Dominican Republic either on foot or on motorcycles. No passenger buses or commerce traffic was allowed to pass a street blockade that truckers set up in the Haitian border town of Malpasse. They are protesting the disrespect of Haitians by Dominicans, they said. Jacqueline Charles Miami Herad
A protest by Haitian truckers Thursday forced Haitians to cross into the Dominican Republic either on foot or on motorcycles. No passenger buses or commerce traffic was allowed to pass a street blockade that truckers set up in the Haitian border town of Malpasse. They are protesting the disrespect of Haitians by Dominicans, they said. Jacqueline Charles Miami Herad

New tensions between Haiti and Dominican Republic threaten trade, commerce

August 27, 2015 08:24 PM

UPDATED August 27, 2015 09:00 PM

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