Lapolis nan peyi Bolivi arete plis pase 100 Haitiens ki tap tante travese peyi a soti Chile

Haiti Nouvelles - September 14 2018, 7:02 AM

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Lapolis nan peyi Bolivi arete plis pase 100 Haitiens ki tap tante travese peyi a soti Chile pou ale Brezil.

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