PHOTO: Charlemagne Peralte Family Members in Hinche Haiti

PHOTO: Charlemagne Peralte Family Members in Hinche Haiti

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Look at this photo... Hinche Haiti - Family Members of leader Charlemagne Peralte gather to commemorate his death, 31 October 2014, at the Cathedral de Hinche.

KREYOL - kek manm nan fanmi Charlemagne Peralte te reyini nan Cathedral Hinche la pou comemore jou lanmò lidè a ki ta mouri nan dat saa nan lane 1919...

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