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PHOTO: Epi d'Or - Haitian Restaurant and Bakery

PHOTO: Epi d'Or - Haitian Restaurant and Bakery

Here is a photo of Epi d'Or, a popular restaurant and bakery in Haiti

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Digicel Haiti - Mobile phone network and Internet service provider

Digicel Haiti - Mobile phone network and Internet service provider

Digicel Haiti is a mobile phone network and internet serice provider operating in Haiti.

Digicel has been operating in Haiti since 2006, the company has over 2 million customers in the country, its largest customer base in the Caribbean. .

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Kijan Haiti Leve - Dimanche 8 Juillet apre manifestation pou Gas la Monte

Kijan Haiti Leve - Dimanche 8 Juillet apre manifestation pou Gas la Monte

Kijan Haiti Leve - Dimanche 8 Juillet 2018, apre move jounen manifestation outet pri gaz la ki te monte... Rete brancher, si gen nouvel n ap fe w konnen

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PHOTO: Marteen Boute - CEO of Digicel Haiti

PHOTO: Marteen Boute - CEO of Digicel Haiti

Here is a photo of Maarten Boute, the Chairman and CEO of DIGICEL Mobile Telephone Company in Haiti during a Digicel Haiti press conference.

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PHOTO: Haiti looks like a war zone after a violent street protest

PHOTO: Haiti looks like a war zone after a violent street protest

Take a look at this photo... If it wasn't for the Haitian police officer you would think you were in Beirut Lebanon after a war...

This is just one of the things that happened Saturday, July 07 2018. It was basically a riot in the streets of Port-au-Prince after the government announced gas prices went up.

Lots of car were burned and lots of popular businesses were looted and vandalized.

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Haiti - Brasserie de La Couronne set on fire during July 7 Street Protests

Haiti - Brasserie de La Couronne set on fire during July 7 Street Protests

Haitian protesters set fire to Brasserie de La Couronne, a carbonated soft drink manufacturer and the licensed bottler for the Coca-Cola Company in Haiti, Saturday 07 Jul 2018 after the government decided to raise gas prices.

We don't now how bad the damages are but it is definitely a loss for the company.

Related info: FLASH : Gas prices going WAY up in Haiti, the country is on FIRE, Manifestation in the streets, it's a mess FLASH : Gas prices going WAY up in Haiti, the country is on FIRE, Manifestation in the streets, it's a mess

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PHOTO: Haiti - Delmas 2000 Supermarket Port-au-Prince

PHOTO: Haiti - Delmas 2000 Supermarket Port-au-Prince

Here is a photo of Delmas 2000 Supermarket on Route de Delmas, Port-au-Prince Haiti

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PHOTO: Haiti - All vehicles set on fire in front of OASIS Hotel, Petion Ville Haiti

PHOTO: Haiti - All vehicles set on fire in front of OASIS Hotel, Petion Ville Haiti

Look at this photo... Manifestation in Haiti, All vehicles set on fire in front of OASIS Hotel, Petion Ville Haiti Saturday 07 Jul 2018 after the government decided to raise gas prices.

A total of 10 vehicles was burned down in front of th Oasis Hotel that day.

Related info: FLASH : Gas prices going WAY up in Haiti, the country is on FIRE, Manifestation in the streets, it's a mess FLASH : Gas prices going WAY up in Haiti, the country is on FIRE, Manifestation in the streets, it's a mess

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PHOTO: Haiti - Tribunal de Paix de Petit-Goave burned down during street protest

PHOTO: Haiti - Tribunal de Paix de Petit-Goave burned down during street protest

Here is a photo of the the court houre (Tribunal de Paix) de Petit-Goave burned down during the street protests against the the rise in gas prices Saturday, 7 Jul 2018.

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