The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has decided to continue deportations to Haiti, despite advocates’ repeated concerns. Deportations to Haiti had been suspended after the 2010 earthquake, but resumed in January of this year. After an initial deportation of 27 Haitians, one deportee died in a Port-au-Prince jail of cholera-like symptoms. After the death, DHS temporarily suspended deportations. On April 1st, DHS announced that deportations would once again resume.
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