Haitian deportees land in Port-au-Prince from Texas

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Like many deportees arriving on charter flights to Port-au-Prince airport, 15 minutes from neighborhoods controlled by brutal armed gangs, Bordes’ family left Haiti in the great migration after the 2010 earthquake that killed more of 200,000 people. He was twelve years old when they left, first for the Dominican Republic, and then for Chile, where he lived with his mother and brother when the coronavirus pandemic occurred. Encouraged by relatives in the United States, the family embarked on a 4,500-mile hike to the U.S. border, never imagining that the road would return to the devastated country they left more than a decade ago.

Credit – https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2021/09/19/haiti-deportee-flight-port-au-prince/