Mwen byen remen li news ou yo menou fe yon ere nan sa, li le...

Odrigue - July 15 2012, 11:10 AM

mwen byen remen li news ou yo menou fe yon ere nan sa, li le kounye a pou sispan ak langagj sa afe neg port-au-prince ak neg morne sa kounye a se de Haiti dekole nap pale et de decentralizasyon.

mwen kon nen ampil jenn fanm ak gason kounye a kap kite Port-au-prince al travay en provins.

ou two intelijan pou wap pale konsa

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