‘I came here with nothing’: life in limbo for unwilling migrants on Haiti’s border

Changes in the Dominican Republics citizenship rules sparked an exodus of undocumented Haitian descendants. Months later their plight is still desperate

Goats kick up white dust as they pass over the desiccated riverbed that marks the southern border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The goats owners watch from the Haitian side as their animals pull grass from Dominican soil, while a guard with a machine gun blocks the pathway that links the two countries.

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