Haiti News Photos & Stories

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Wyclef Jean Holding His Green Card And Haitian Passport

Wyclef Jean Holding His Green Card And Haitian Passport

Wyclef Jean is still Haitian, not a Naturalized citizen of the United States.

Here is a picture Wyclef Jean holding up his U.S. 'Green Card' and his Haitian passport as he recounts his experiences after returning from Haiti after the earthquake.

This picture was taken at a news conference in New York, January 18, 2010 by Ray Stubblebine (Reuters)

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People stand in shock as the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris France burns down

People stand in shock as the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris France burns down

People stand in shock as the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris France burns down on April 15, 2019.

The spire of Notre of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, an 850-year-old historical cathedral, was devoured in flames on that day.

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Haiti Dirt Roads - Boc Banic, Near The Dominican Border

Haiti Dirt Roads - Boc Banic, Near The Dominican Border

This Road in Boc Banic Haiti leads to the Artibonite River Which is the border of Haiti and the Dominican Republic near Hato Viejo, less than 10 kilometers from Banica.

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Manual Labor in Haiti - Carrying rice bags for a living

Manual Labor in Haiti - Carrying rice bags for a living

This man works hard everyday carrying rice bags and other heavy sacs on his back in order to put food on the table.

I salute the Hard working men and women of Haiti.

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Mayi Boukannen Haiti (Grilled corn)

Mayi Boukannen Haiti (Grilled corn)

Look at this photo... 2 corns on the cob being grilled on top of a Haitian charcoal stove.

Grilled corn on the cob is called Mayi boukannen in Haitian Creole. It is a favorite snack in Haiti, especially during the rainy season when corn is abundant in Haiti.

Gade photo saa... 2 mayi ki ap boukannen sou dife Haiti. Epòk Mayi an Haiti ou jwen mayi boukannen tout kote an Haiti.

Si-w ap viv nan diaspora-a mwen konnen ti photo saa ap fe-w sonje peyi-w... LOL...

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PHOTO: Teaching in Haiti - A Haitian school teacher teaching a in a classroom

PHOTO: Teaching in Haiti - A Haitian school teacher teaching a in a classroom

Look at this photo... Haiti education: Teaching in Haiti - A Haitian school teacher teaching a in a classroom. The students are paying attention.

Credit: original photo source St. Paul's Episcopal Church web site - stpaulsthedalles.org

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NY State Senator David Carlucci upset Trump wants to end TPS for Haitians

NY State Senator David Carlucci upset Trump wants to end TPS for Haitians

NY State Senator David Carlucci said over 5000 Haitians in his district under temporary protected status,working, paying taxes, contributing to the economy in Rockland County New York will have to be sent back to Haiti because Trump wants to end TPS in July 2017.

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National Gas Station filled with Motorcycles during a gas shortage

National Gas Station filled with Motorcycles during a gas shortage

Motorcycles line up for some Gasoline at a National Gas Station after they learned that pump has some gas. by 5pm that day all the gas was gone.

And the gas shortage continues!

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PHOTO: Long lines at the Gas Pumps - GO Gas Station, Hinche Haiti

PHOTO: Long lines at the Gas Pumps - GO Gas Station, Hinche Haiti

Look at this photo... Long lines at a GO Gas Station in Hinche Haiti. After days with gasoline cars and motorcycles invade this gas station hoping to get some gas.

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PHOTO: Pouring Soda in a Glass

PHOTO: Pouring Soda in a Glass

Look at this photo.. Pouring soda in a glass. Scroll down the page to read articles related to sodas and energy drinks.

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