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A family from Haiti approach a tent in Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Quebec, stationed by Royal Canadian Mounted Police, as they haul their luggage down Roxham Road in Champlain, N.Y., last August. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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Victoria Falls sits on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Photos of beautiful scenes from Africa and Haiti have been flooding the Internet in response to President Trump's reported slur. Westend61/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump listens as Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg speaks at a joint news conference Wednesday. At an Oval Office meeting on immigration policy, Trump said the U.S. should want more people from countries like Norway, disparaging Haiti and what he called "shithole countries" in Africa. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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'Racist' And 'Shameful': How Other Countries Are Responding To Trump's Slur

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A White House statement issued Thursday notably did not deny that President Trump used the vulgarity to refer to African countries, but Friday morning, Trump wrote: "This was not the language used." Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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President Donald Trump listens during a meeting with lawmakers on immigration policy in the Cabinet Room of the White House on Tuesday, where he reportedly made the controversial remarks. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Construction workers at a site in Miami. Thousands of construction workers in the U.S. face the elimination of their temporary protected status and the prospect of deportation. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Ending Temporary Protection For Foreign Workers Could Hurt U.S. Rebuilding Efforts

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A May prayer service at Notre Dame D'Haiti Catholic Church in the Little Haiti neighborhood of Miami touched on the fate of Haitians under temporary protected status. On Monday, the Department of Homeland Security decided to let the protection expire. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Citing improved conditions in Haiti, the Trump administration signaled in May that it no longer would extend Temporary Protected Status visas. It warned Haitians to prepare to go home in January when the program expires. Nick Fountain/NPR hide caption

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'We Want To Stay': Haitian Immigrants In U.S. Fear End Of Temporary Protected Status

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On Oct. 2, 1937, the Dominican military under Dominican dictator Rafael Trujillo began to go town to town and indiscriminately massacre Haitians families, as well as Dominicans of Haitian descent. Germéne Julien, 83, is a massacre survivor. Tatiana Fernandez hide caption

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Malachia Medrano, 2, sleeps at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, which has been set up as a shelter for people escaping the floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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Red Cross Exec Doesn't Know What Portion Of Donations Go To Harvey Relief

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People who illegally crossed the Canada-U.S. border near Hemmingford, Quebec, are processed in a tent after being arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police on Saturday. The flow of asylum-seekers has increased dramatically in recent weeks, and the wait to be processed can be several days, the CBC reports. The Canadian military is setting up a tent camp for new arrivals. Geoff Robins/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After the 2010 earthquake, NGOs dumped hundreds of thousands of gallons of raw sewage at the end of the Port-au-Prince city landfill, which borders the sea and is not lined with an impermeable material. Marie Arago for NPR hide caption

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You Probably Don't Want To Know About Haiti's Sewage Problems

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