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Monday, April 03, 2006 

April, 3 - 8:26 AM

Up to 135 Dominicans deported from the Caribbean

SANTO DOMINGO.- during the first three months of this year 135 Dominicans were deported from several Caribbean islands and according to the information, people- trafficking networks operating in the country recruit the locals and take them there.

It adds that those immigrants are deceived by promises that they are going to work in the houses of families in those places, but once they arrive are forced to prostitute themselves.

They said that when faced with this reality many women turn themselves in to the immigration authorities to get repatriated back to this country.

They said that after they are in those islands they are forced, and are even beaten, so that they work in the bordellos. The Dominican women are repatriated from Curaçao, Dominica, Martinique and Aruba.

Dominican Today - Portal Alta Tecnologia

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