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Haiti Manifestation - Saturday July 07 2018 Street Protests

Haiti Manifestation - Saturday July 07 2018 Street Protests

This is what Haiti looks like this Saturday July 07 2018 after protests erupt in Port-au-Prince after the announcement that gas prices went up in Haiti.

This is a still photo from a video by Ralph Laurent (Facebook)

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Haiti's RIOT Police CIMO on high alert since Ahead of gas price hike

Haiti's RIOT Police CIMO on high alert since Ahead of gas price hike

CIMO, Haiti's RIOT Police was already high alert since Thursday July 05 2018, one day before the announcement that gas prices was about to go up in Haiti.

A note from CIMO's chief Vladimir Cherubin, ordered all CIMO agents to remain in the base.

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Hurricane Beryl - Haiti Forecast Map

Hurricane Beryl - Haiti Forecast Map

Hurricane Beryl's main impacts in Haiti and the Dominican Republic and Haiti should be some bands of locally heavy rain Monday into Tuesday.

Source: The Weather Channel

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Manifestation in Haiti after news Gas Prices are going up

Manifestation in Haiti after news Gas Prices are going up

Major protests erupted Friday in Haiti as the government announced a sharp increase in gasoline prices, with demonstrators using burning tires and barricades to block major streets across the capital and in the northern city of Cap-Haitien. At least three people were killed

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Believe it or Not! - Haiti : A School Bus being transported in the Ocean on two tiny boats (VIDEO)

Believe it or Not! - Haiti : A School Bus being transported in the Ocean on two tiny boats (VIDEO)

Take a look this... Believe it or not, in Haiti, this school bus is being transported in the Ocean by two tiny boats... The two front tires of the school bus are on one boat, the two back tires are on a second boat...

Ohhh... We have the video... Watch it now!

This should be on Ripley's Believe It or Not! It is definitely a bizarre event, so strange and unusual that you wouldn't believe it unless you saw the video.

"Things you will never witness ever again anywhere in the world, this is what I am witnessing right now in Port-de-Paix Haiti," the man said in the video.

This is how they are unloading a boat transporting goods to Haiti in Port-de-Paix because there is wharf, no pier for boats dock to load and unload.

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Haitian Gang Leader Junior 'Tet Kale' Decimus arrested by police

Haitian Gang Leader Junior 'Tet Kale' Decimus arrested by police

Here is a photo of notorious Haitian gang leader Junior Decimus, alias Tet Kale, in handcuffs after he was arrested by the Haitian Police (PNH)

Haitian gang leader 'Tet Kale' is known for terrorizing the third district of Port-au-Prince including Grand-Ravine for many years.

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TAXI Moun - Getting around in Haiti after the rain - How else can I explain this?

TAXI Moun - Getting around in Haiti after the rain - How else can I explain this?

If a man hops on another man's back to get around in Haiti, what do you call that, a Taxi Moun? LOL...

Here is a photo of a Taxi-Moun in Martissant Haiti - People are being used as Taxis across the muddy waters of the Haitian Capital after a rainfall...

They say a Picture is worth a thousand words, how many words is this one worth?

What do you think about that?

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PHOTO: Reginald Boulos, Homme d'Affaire Haitien

PHOTO: Reginald Boulos, Homme d'Affaire Haitien

Here is a photo of Haitian businessman Reginald Boulos during an interview at a radio station in Haiti.

Reginald Boulos is the owner of the Delimart chains in Haiti, among other things.

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Backup Power in Haiti - Power inverters and deep cycle batteries

Backup Power in Haiti - Power inverters and deep cycle batteries

What do you do in Haiti when suddenly the light goes out and there is no electricity?

Unless you have a power inverter an some deep cycle batteries to store energy for when you need it, you, my friend, are in the dark. 'Ou nan blackout', the famous word in matters of electricity and power in Haiti.

Backup power is a very important thing to have in country like Haiti where electricity is not available on a 24-hour basis. The current government is working to change that but, still, you gotta have some kind of energy reserve at least to keep the lights running in case of electricity blackout.

Talk about power Inverters and deep cycle battery in Haiti...

Automatic Power Inverter/Chargers made in the Dominican Republic - Why can't we make them in Haiti? Automatic Power Inverter/Chargers made in the Dominican Republic - Why can't we make them in Haiti?

If you have a solar system to keep those batteries fully charged you are good to go because there's plenty of sunshine in Haiti all year long.

What kind of backup power do you have in your neck of the woods?

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