U.S. Suspends Haitian Deportation Policy After Hurricane Matthew


The U.S. government has placed a temporary hold on a recent policy change that may have put thousands of Haitians living in the U.S. in danger of being deportedto a country devastated by Hurricane Matthew.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Tuesday that some flights to Haiti have been suspended in the wake of the storm, which has killed hundreds of Haitians and put thousands more at risk of starvation or cholera.

"We will have to deal with that situation, address it, be sympathetic to the plight of the people of Haiti as a result of the hurricane," Johnson said Tuesday in Mexico City, where he held talks with Cabinet officials on border, migration and security issues.

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