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US policy on deporting Haitians on hold in wake of hurricane

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The U.S. Homeland Security secretary says Hurricane Matthew’s devastation in Haiti has put on hold a new policy of deporting Haitians in the United States without permission, but the government intends to resume it in the future.
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