Haiti, Dominican Republic meet to discuss disputes

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haitian and Dominican officials were meeting Tuesday to discuss differences that may include a widely debated court ruling that could strip the citizenship of children born to immigrants in the Dominican Republic.

Haiti’s Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe and several members of his cabinet met with Dominican officials in the northern Haitian border town of Ouanaminthe to discuss issues including commerce, migration, and security. The neighboring countries share the Caribbean island of Hispaniola.

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