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PHOTO: Arrested - Stanley Toussaint alias TANTAN - Mugshot

PHOTO: Arrested - Stanley Toussaint alias TANTAN - Mugshot

Gade photo saa... La polis USA fouke Atis Stanley Toussaint, alias Tantan, saa se mugshot misye...

Wi Fout... Yo arete TANTAN... Atis Haitien Stanley Toussaint anba kod... Men MUGSHOT Misye... Nouvel yo ap vini... Kisa ou panse de sa?

Kisa ou panse de sa?

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Fabiennne Achille, Miami Heat Chearleader Turned Doctor

Fabiennne Achille, Miami Heat Chearleader Turned Doctor

Fabienne Achille is the Haitian-American NBA Miami Heat Cheerleader who became a Doctor.

Fabiennne Achille once cheered on the Miami Heat, but now Fabiennne Achille is a doctor, she delivers babies as a Florida obstetrician.

Fabienne's Mother is Ginette Eugene, co-founder of Good Samaritan for a Better Life, the nonprofit organization that brought Marlie Casseus to the United States.

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PHOTO: Haiti - Proposed Beachfront Resort in Cote-de-Fer

PHOTO: Haiti - Proposed Beachfront Resort in Cote-de-Fer

Look at this photo... A rendering of a proposed beachfront resort development at Cote-de-Fer, Haiti, from the Ministry of Tourism of Haiti...

Haiti Needs $350 Million to develop 16-Mile stretch in Cote-de-Fer...

The plan is to turn a 16-mile stretch of largely unoccupied beachfront on the country's southern coast, known as Côté de Fer, to build a resort area.

Haiti's Ministry of Tourism estimates it will need up to $350 million in private investment to develop the area, including infrastructure such as utilities, a sewer system and roads.

Read more from The Wall Street Journal

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Martine Bernard

Martine Bernard

Martine Bernard is a Haitian-American living in Boston, MA. Martine was featured in the Boston Globe

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VIDEO: Rapper Kodak Black is singing in Haitian Creole and dancing with his buddies

VIDEO: Rapper Kodak Black is singing in Haitian Creole and dancing with his buddies

Here is something you don't see everyday, Haitian-American Rapper Kodak Black is happy as hell singing "Jezi kraze sèkèy la" LOL with his Haitian cousins LOOK...

Many young Haitian-American hip hop fans like Kodak Black's music but most Haitian parents would not consider him a role model.

Koda Black's real name is Dieuson Octave. he was born in Pompano Beach FL, his parents are from Haiti.

Did you know? Recently Kodak Black changed his legal name from Dieuson Octave to Bill K. Kapri.

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PHOTO: Nouveau Hopital Saint-Francois de Sales - Port-au-Prince Haiti

PHOTO: Nouveau Hopital Saint-Francois de Sales - Port-au-Prince Haiti

Gade photo saa... Centre hospitalo-universitaire Saint-François de Sales (CHUSFS), situé à l'angle des rues Charéron et de l'Enterrement. Cet hôpital moderne, dont le coût est estimé à plus de 22 millions de dollars, a une capacité de 190 lits et peut accueillir pas moins de 3 500 hospitalisations par an.

Photo source: Le Nouvelliste

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Pep Haitien lonje men yo pou resevwa kichòy, anyen pa poko tonbe...

Pep Haitien lonje men yo pou resevwa kichòy, anyen pa poko tonbe...

Gade photo saa... Pep Haitien lonje men yo pou resevwa kichòy, anyen pa poko tonbe...

English: Haitians are reaching out to receive something, still... nothing!

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PHOTO: Haiti Kanaval Accident - 2 Seconds AFTER the incident

PHOTO: Haiti Kanaval Accident - 2 Seconds AFTER the incident

Look at this photo... Haiti Kanaval Accident - 2 Seconds AFTER the incident... Most of the people who were standing along side the Barikad Crew Float fell to the ground... Some didn't get back up... We all know what happened after that...

Seconds after that there was a stampede of people trying to get away from there with a whole bunch who fell on the ground after being electrocuted...

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Earthquake in Haiti - Haitian Flag - Collapsed University

Earthquake in Haiti - Haitian Flag - Collapsed University

A Haitian flag sits on the rubble of the university of applied languages where 175 students died on Jan. 12 during the earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Monday, Feb. 15, 2010.

The January 12th earthquake
leveled most of the major higher education institutions in the Port-au-Prince metropolitan area.

Original photo: AP/Ramon Espinosa

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PHOTO: Samsumg Laptop for Sale at Best Buy

PHOTO: Samsumg Laptop for Sale at Best Buy

Look at this photo... A new Samsung 2-in-1 laptop for sale at Best Buy

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