Haiti-Dominican Border at Belladere CLOSED Until Further Notice...

Haitian authorities at Belladere, Plateu Central Haiti, have decided to close the Haitian-Dominican border that leads from Belladere to Elias Pina Friday following an incident where a Haitian man was murdered across the border in Elias Pina...

PHOTO: Belladere Haiti Police station - Commissariat de Belladere
PHOTO: Belladere Haiti Police station - Commissariat de Belladere

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According to news reports, a Haitian man known locally as Ti Louis was found dead in the Dominican border town of Elias Pina Thursday 18 Feb, something that angered the residents in Belladere.

This incident happened just one week after the news of another Haitian man was hanged in a public square in Santiago, Dominican Republic.

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Ricart says...

Considering Haiti's level of deforestation, it's possible that "Brad" is confusing DR's forestation with a jungle.

ha ha

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Ricart says...

@Brat

The Dominican Republic is a jungle?

ha ha ha. Then how do you explain the facts that most of its streets are paved, it's full of resorts, and it has an economy that is 7 times larger than that of

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Brat says...

THIS IS GETTING EXTREMELY RIDICULOUS.

THAT BORDER SHOULD HAVE BEEN CLOSED A WHILE AGO. IF YOU VALUE YOUR LIFE AS A HATIAN, YOU SHOULD STAY IN YOUR COUNTRY INSTEAD OF GETTING HUMILIATED AND MUTILATED BY THOSE ANIMSLS.

IF YOU DON'T CARE ABOUT YOUR LIFE AND WANT TO BE TREATED LIKE TRASH, THEN MAYBE D.R. IS THE BEST PLAY FOR YOU TO DIE. LET'S LEAVE THOSE ANIMALS ALONE IN THE JUNGLE, AND MAY TRASH HANDLE

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Trisha says...

U are a sick person to say

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David Grant says...

One wonders why the Haitians and the Dominicans can't live in harmony.

Surely, a form of law to regulate this passage on both side of the frontier is needed,
This sort of mishaps that are happening between these two countries are sure signs that civilization is not yet part of

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Garry says...

It is time to close the gate for good. Forget them and if a Haitians want to go there risking their lives, well their

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