Southern Border Crisis Leads To Mass Deportations

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Nearly 15,000 migrant men, women, and children, mostly from Haiti, are living under a Del Rio, Texas border bridge. Deportation flights have begun to Port au Prince, Haiti as thousands wait to be processed. » Subscribe to NBC News:

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