U.S. removes Haitian migrants at Mexico border
Agents on the U.S. border with Mexico have begun relocating thousands of Haitian migrants seeking shelter under a bridge in the Texas city of Del Rio.
The deteriorating conditions under the Del Rio International Bridge - which connects the city in Texas with Mexico - prompted the Department of Homeland Security to accelerate flights to Haiti and other destinations within the next 72 hours.
The DHS said over the weekend that about 2,000 people were moved to other immigration stations on Friday as the city was overwhelmed by an influx of Haitian and other migrant groups.
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The department said the transfers will continue to ensure that migrants are "quickly detained, processed, and deported from the United States in accordance with our laws and guidelines."
But many, like the Haitian migrant Alex Rosiere, are afraid to return to their homeland.
“If I am deported now, I will die in Haiti. Why? Because there is no security in Haiti. There are bandits, there is a civil war every day. It's very complicated because there is no leadership in Haiti. There is nothing.''
While migrants who have been looking for work and security for months are making their way to the US, the number converging on Del Rio has only received a lot of attention in the past few days and the Biden administration is facing a humanitarian and political challenge posed.
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