Haitian Workers Say They Were Shot for Asking to Be Paid

February 18, 2015

Five Haitian construction workers in the Dominican Republic were shot on Feb. 2  after asking for unpaid wages, according to press reports. An eyewitness told Solidarity Center staff in Santo Domingo, the capital, that a sergeant of the national army fir​e​d​ ​upon and wounded the five workers, who were not taken to a hospital until a delegation from the Haitian Embassy arrived.

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