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Posted Tuesday, December 25, 2007
Coast Guard interdicts, immediately thereafter repatriates more than 200 Haitian migrants
By The Associate Press

MIAMI (AP) - The Coast Guard intercepted a boat overloaded with more than 200 migrants from Haiti and has sent the group back to the country.

The Coast Guard intercepted the 40-foot boat on Friday about 30 miles south of the Bahamas. Twenty-5 of the migrants refused to disembark, and they were allowed to beach the ship on the beach of a Haitian island. The remaining 202 migrants were sent back to Port-au-Prince yesterday.

Copyright 2007 The Associated Press.

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