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Brazil, once a haven, is now a dead end for many Haitians

Jocelyn Benoit wants to go home. He just can’t. Benoit is one of thousands of Haitians stuck in Brazil, where many headed after the island’s 2010 earthquake. They withstood arduous … Click to Continue »
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