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PHOTO: Haiti - Police increase security in the capital Port-au-Prince

Look at this photo... Two specialized Haitian police agents are checking out a tap-tap going by... Following the prison break in Haiti Sunday, the Haitian national police force has increased security in the capital Port-au-Prince...

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Johny M panse se pa pran lari a kap pote yon solisyon.Dat ayisyen ap pran lari olye bagay yo miyo se pimal yo vin pi mal. Yon jou fok nou panse fe yon... see more
Reply · August 12 at 3:43 PM
James Monestime Matelly avek lamothe Libere gro kidnape Clifford Brandt. Haiti se an paket vole kap dirije. Se pou pep la pran la ri pou yal retire bann vole sa yo... see more
Reply · August 11 at 8:42 PM
Garry Destin Find him and break his legs
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