Grangou nan Venezuela, Moun ap mange MANGO pou pase grangou...

Actualites International - June 8 2016, 8:14 AM

Men Nouvel...

Mezanmi, apa m tande lamizè GRANGOU ap vale teren nan Venezuela?

m tande Venezuelien yo se nan Mango wi yo lage kò yo telman gen grangou lòtbò a...

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Yo te konn bay Haiti GAZ, kisa n ap fè pou yo?

Kisa ou panse de sa?

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