PHOTO: Haiti - Vagabon mete DIFE nan Lycee Roseline Vaval nan Ti Goave

PHOTO: Haiti - Vagabon mete DIFE nan Lycee Roseline Vaval nan Ti Goave

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Gade photo saa... Bandi tante BOULE nan Lycee Roseline Vaval nan vil Petit Goave Haiti...

Individi yo pa rive identifye boule de kawotchou devan barye lise Mekredi 4 mars 2015 la bien ta nan aswè. (photo credit: nouvelpam.com)

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Fefe Gouvernman ap ranse avek vagabon se mete baton landeye yo.
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