Haiti - Demolition of Rue De La Reunion, Downtown Port-au-Prince

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Look at this photo... the Demolition has started on a part of downtown Port-au-Prince Haiti designated for public utility (imminent domain)

Here is a photo of house being demolished at Rue De La Reunion, Downtown Port-au-Prince


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