Haiti News Photos & Stories

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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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Haiti On Ice - Haiti Ice Skating Event

Haiti On Ice - Haiti Ice Skating Event

First Haiti Ice Skating event to take place at Sylvio Cator Stadium in Port-au-prince Haiti

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Christalie Parisot On NBC Miami Non Stop

Christalie Parisot On NBC Miami Non Stop

Christalie Parisot is the first Haitian to have a show on NBC.

Christalie Parisot is the daughter of longtime Haitian radio and television personality Elizabeth Guerin.

See Christalie Parisot On NBC Miami Non Stop

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Haitian News On NBC Miami NonStop

Haitian News On NBC Miami NonStop

Watch Haitian News on NBC Miami Non Stop, with CHristalie Parisot, Elizabeth Guerin, and Nickymix, Monday To Friday at 10 PM

Tune in:

Digital Cable 6.2
Comcast Zfinity 216
Atlantic Broadband 250
Advance Cable 133

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PHOTO: Cap Haitien International Airport Terminal - American Airlines Ticket Counter

PHOTO: Cap Haitien International Airport Terminal - American Airlines Ticket Counter

Look at this photo... The new American Airlines Ticket counter at Cap Haitien International Airport Terminal is all set and ready for the new International passengers departing and arriving in Cap Haitien, Northern Haiti...

Photo posted by @Hougansydney on Twitter

What do you think ?

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PHOTO: Haiti - Ordination Desinord Jean, nouvel Eveque de Hinche

PHOTO: Haiti - Ordination Desinord Jean, nouvel Eveque de Hinche

Gade photo saa... Haiti - Ordination Monseigneur Desinord Jean, nouvel Eveque du diocese de Hinche jounen Samedi 02 Juillet 2016 la...

Look at this photo... Haiti Ordination of Bishop Desinord Jean, new bishop of the Diocese of Hinche, at the city's cathedral saturday 02 July 2016...

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Haiti Elections - CEP, KEP, CTCEP, Tout C P

Haiti Elections - CEP, KEP, CTCEP, Tout C P

An Haiti, Tout moun vle Conseil Electoral la men dènye "P" frè-m, yo pa ka dakò sou li... gen sa ki vle li Pwovizwa, gen zòt ki vle li Pèmanan, men jiskaprezan, "P" a vle di "Plume ne Grouille"

Li atik saa: Haiti Elections - CEP, KEP, CTCEP - "P" a vle di "Plume ne Grouille"

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PHOTO: Haitian President Jean-Claude Duvalier holding his newborn baby Nicolas-Francois Duvalier

PHOTO: Haitian President Jean-Claude Duvalier holding his newborn baby Nicolas-Francois Duvalier

Here is a rare photo of ex Haitian president for life Jean-Claude Duvalier holding his newborn son Nicolas-Francois Duvalier.

This photo was released by Nicolas-Francois himself four years after the death of his father

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Karibe Hotel, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Karibe Hotel, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Look at this photo... Karibe Hotel, Port-au-Prince, Haiti Now with 81 new rooms including 8 luxury suites, 12 luxury apartments and a luxury rooftop restaurant and bar...

In total, Karibe Hotel now has 174 rooms...

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Insecurity in Haiti

Insecurity in Haiti

Every time something bad happens anywhere in the entire Republic of Haiti, the media talks about "insecurity in Haiti."

If two "bouretye" fight over a woman in the streets and one of them ends up hurting the other. there's "insecurity in Haiti."

It's a very popular phrase in Haiti, tough in the United States it's different. You may year about Food Insecurity in the United States, or Housing insecurity in the United States, but plain old "insecurity in the United States," the media doesn't say it like that.

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