Women stand at bars along Duarte street on a Sunday evening, some of them offering their services to foreigners staying at several all inclusive resorts in Boca Chica, Dominican Republic. Most of the women are Haitians including minors who have fled to Dominican Republic in the aftermath of January 12 earthquake. (Pedro Portal/Miami Herald/MCT)
Women stand at bars along Duarte street on a Sunday evening, some of them offering their services to foreigners staying at several all inclusive resorts in Boca Chica, Dominican Republic. Most of the women are Haitians including minors who have fled to Dominican Republic in the aftermath of January 12 earthquake. (Pedro Portal/Miami Herald/MCT) MCT
Women stand at bars along Duarte street on a Sunday evening, some of them offering their services to foreigners staying at several all inclusive resorts in Boca Chica, Dominican Republic. Most of the women are Haitians including minors who have fled to Dominican Republic in the aftermath of January 12 earthquake. (Pedro Portal/Miami Herald/MCT) MCT

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