The United Nations Moment Of Silence For Haiti

New York - The United Nations will observe a moment of silence on Wednesday, 12 Janvier 2011, to mark the exact time the monster earthquake struck Haiti a year ago and killed an estimated 230,000 people.


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102 UN personnel died that day in Port-au-Prince, the largest ever in a single day in UN peacekeeping operations history from around the world.

12 Janvier is not just a Haitian day of remembrance, it is a day when the world stood in shock to watch mother nature punish the punished.

I don't think anyone will ever forger that day... 12 Janvier, 2010

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Garry Destin says...

I am watching the memorial ceremony done in Arizona and I went to a Haiti's memorial ceremony.

The American government show leadership in Chaos by calming citizens in words of comfort and understanding.

Haiti started crumbling years before the earthquake actually week before the devastation Haitians were in the news for eating dirt with sugar while Aristide, preval, baby doc and many other Haitian politicians eating gold and diamond.

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Tina says...

i dont think this sentence make sense im sorry but rephrase it "mother nature punish the

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Suzanne M. Mcneil says...

good evening''''''why?

do you say mother nature punished the punished?

do you not know?

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