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Haiti is considered the poorest country in the western hemisphere with 78% of its population surviving on just two dollars a day. Thousands try to escape the extreme poverty and violence by fleeing to the United States with the help of drug smugglers. On this week’s episode of Drug Wars, U.S. Border Patrol discovers a group of 11 migrants who were abandoned on a remote island. We’ll show you what happens as they risk their lives to begin new ones far from home.

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