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Paul says...

Every time there is a dispute in the Dominican Republic between a haitian and Dominicans, the dominicans go after all haitians in the neighborhood... more »

Candy Rieger says...

It doesn't matter how far inland you go, you still will not find the services you mention in Haiti...not yet. Some few things are changing. Yay. The... more »

Candy Rieger says...

It doesn't matter how far inland you go, you still will not find the services you mention in Haiti...not yet. Some few things are changing. Yay. The... more »

Hugues says...

Actually many of the so-called Dominican border towns and cities were once Haitian territory. The border has been redrwan many times, with each... more »

Maurice says...

Yeah that's the exact thing that should happen to us. As a Nation we are too irresponsible. It's only right for them to think that they can just... more »

Sem Moise Philippe says...

Bravo fellow Woodring! You nail it right on the spot. You may remember my last week comment to your article showing some building renovation work... more »

Sem Moise Philippe says...

Bravo fellow Woodring! You nail it right on the spot. You may remember my last week comment to your article showing some building renovation work... more »

Joel Price says...

wow I RED YOUR MESSAGE AND I AGREE WITH YOU AT 100/% HOW TO TELL THE PEOPLE IN CHARGE WE SHOULD HAVE A BRIDGE LIKE US/CANADIAN AND CHARGE A FEE TO... more »

Ricart says...

"We need to rebuild our Army and take full control of our borders." Take full control of your border? What the hell are you talking about? Haitians... more »

Ricart says...

"Actually many of the so-called Dominican border towns and cities were once Haitian territory." Go ahead, take it back if you can. CESFRONT, a... more »

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