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PHOTO GALLERY: The plight of Haitian migrants continues




TOPSHOT - A man carries a child on his shoulders as Haitian migrants cross the Rio Grande river between Ciudad Acuna, Coahuila state, Mexico, and Del Rio, Texas, on September 23, 2021. - The US special envoy to Haiti resigned on September 23 two months after his appointment, denouncing the Biden administration's deportation of Haitian migrants from the US-Mexico border back to their poverty-stricken homeland. AFP

FILE - In this Sept. 21, 2021, file photo, migrants, many from Haiti, are seen wading between the U.S. and Mexico on the Rio Grande, in Del Rio, Texas. The Border Patrol's treatment of Haitian migrants, they say, is just the latest in a long history of discriminatory U.S. policies and of indignities faced by Black people, sparking new anger among Haitian Americans, Black immigrant advocates and civil rights leaders. AP

FILE - In this Sept. 23, 2021, file photo, a migrant man is seen in an encampment under the Del Rio International Bridge where migrants, many from Haiti, have been staying after crossing the Rio Grande, in Del Rio, Texas. The Border Patrol's treatment of Haitian migrants, they say, is just the latest in a long history of discriminatory U.S. policies and of indignities faced by Black people, sparking new anger among Haitian Americans, Black immigrant advocates and civil rights leaders. AP

Fredelin Jean, a 25-year-old Haitian migrant, stares out to the Rio Grande river from Parque Ecologico Braulio Fernandez in Ciudad Acuna, Coahuila state, Mexico on September, 23, 2021. - Jean says he is hopeless, "I am hopeless because I don't know what to do. My money is gone. It's terrible." The US special envoy to Haiti resigned on September 23 two months after his appointment, denouncing the Biden administration's deportation of Haitian migrants from the US-Mexico border back to their poverty-stricken homeland. AFP

FILE - In the Sept. 22, 2021, file photo, migrants, many from Haiti, wade across the Rio Grande from Del Rio, Texas with their belongings to return to Ciudad Acuna, Mexico to avoid possible deportation from the U.S. The Border Patrol's treatment of Haitian migrants, they say, is just the latest in a long history of discriminatory U.S. policies and of indignities faced by Black people, sparking new anger among Haitian Americans, Black immigrant advocates and civil rights leaders. AP

Haitian migrants are seen in Parque Ecologico Braulio Fernandez in Ciudad Acuna, Coahuila state, Mexico on September 23, 2021. - As of September 23, a majority of the encampment under the international bridge in Del Rio, Texas, has been evacuated, leaving a small group of migrants across the river in Mexico with an uncertain future. AFP

Haitian migrants are seen in Parque Ecologico Braulio Fernandez in Ciudad Acuna, Coahuila state, Mexico on September 23, 2021. - As of September 23, a majority of the encampment under the international bridge in Del Rio, Texas, has been evacuated, leaving a small group of migrants across the river in Mexico with an uncertain future. AFP

Haitian migrants sit on the banks of the Rio Grande river before crossing the Mexico-US border at Ciudad Acuna, Coahuila state, Mexico, on September 23, 2021. - The US special envoy to Haiti resigned on September 23 two months after his appointment, denouncing the Biden administration's deportation of Haitian migrants from the US-Mexico border back to their poverty-stricken homeland. AFP

Migrants, many of them Haitian, sit on the banks of the Rio Grande river before crossing the Mexico-US border at Ciudad Acuna, Coahuila state, Mexico, on September 23, 2021. - The US special envoy to Haiti resigned on September 23 two months after his appointment, denouncing the Biden administration's deportation of Haitian migrants from the US-Mexico border back to their poverty-stricken homeland. AFP

TOPSHOT - Haitian migrants cross the Rio Grande river, as seen from Ciudad Acuna, Coahuila state, Mexico on September 23, 2021. - Deportation fears mounted Thursday among Haitian migrants camped out in northern Mexico near the border with the United States following the sudden arrival of dozens of police officers at the site. AFP

A Haitian man carries a long stick to use to cross the Rio Grande river to the United States in Parque Ecologico Braulio Fernandez in Ciudad Acuna, Coahuila state, Mexico on September 23, 2021. - As of September 23, a majority of the encampment under the international bridge in Del Rio, Texas, has been evacuated, leaving a small group of migrants across the river in Mexico with an uncertain future. AFP

Haitian migrants look for a spot to cross the Rio Grande river to the United States using an inflatable mattress in fear of being detained by Mexican authorities in Parque Ecologico Braulio Fernandez in Ciudad Acuna, Coahuila state, Mexico on September 23, 2021. - As of September 23, a majority of the encampment under the international bridge in Del Rio, Texas, has been evacuated, leaving a small group of migrants across the river in Mexico with an uncertain future. AFP