Haiti News Photos & Stories

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Haiti Road Signs - Belle Anse, Grand Gosier, Anse-a-Pitres

Haiti Road Signs - Belle Anse, Grand Gosier, Anse-a-Pitres

Here is a photo of the Haiti road sign for Belle Anse, Grand Gosier, Anse-a-Pitres.

Belle-Anse and Grand Gosier are municipalities in the Belle-Anse Arrondissement, in the Sud-Est Department of Haiti.

Anse-à-Pitres is a border town, also in the Belle-Anse Arrondissement. The border crossing from Anse-à-Pitres to Pedernales is one of the four chief land crossings from Haiti to the Dominican Republic.

Photo credit: haiticherie1.blogspot.com

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Dominican Metro Rail

Dominican Metro Rail

Photo of the Dominican Metro rail system.

See more pictures here:
dominicantravelblog.com

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PHOTO: Haiti Kinam Hotel has a Brand New LOOK...

PHOTO: Haiti Kinam Hotel has a Brand New LOOK...

Look at this photo of the newly expanded, newly renovated, Kinam Hotel in Petionville Haiti... Yep... The Kinam Hotel has a new look, 85 new hotel rooms, two restaurants, a bar, a cafe and shops...

The hotel now has a total of 118 rooms, including the original 33 rooms Kinam had before the expansion.

Many millions of dollars was spent to make this happen...

Beautiful don't you think?

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PHOTO: Mateo Philippe Coles - Haitian Olympic Gold Medal Equestrian/Jockey

PHOTO: Mateo Philippe Coles - Haitian Olympic Gold Medal Equestrian/Jockey

Haitian born Mateo Philippe Coles made history on October 9, 2018 after wining the gold medal winners at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires in Argentina.

Mateo Philippe Coles is an Equestrian, this is the formal name for a rider or performer on horseback or a Jockey as they are called in the horse racing industry.

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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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HAITI: Natcom Vs. Digicel... Kiyes ki Pi Bon?

HAITI: Natcom Vs. Digicel... Kiyes ki Pi Bon?

Question: Nan zafè telefòn Mobile ak Internet Access, ki companie ou panse ki bay pi bon sèvis en Haiti? NATCOM oswa DIGICEL?

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Solar Panels on the Roof of Mirebalais University Hospital in Haiti

Solar Panels on the Roof of Mirebalais University Hospital in Haiti

The Mirebalais University Hospital in Haiti, is the world's largest solar-powered hospital, has 1,800 solar panels on its roof. enough to produce 139 megawatt hours of electricity

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Haiti Open For Business

Haiti Open For Business

Haiti is open for business, come and invest in the Republic of Haiti

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Haiti health, Haiti Hospital, Haiti Medical

Haiti health, Haiti Hospital, Haiti Medical

Here is an image of Haiti in the Hospital, related to Haiti healthcare, Health tips for Haitians, Haiti health crisis and medical news...

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Mad Haitian

Mad Haitian

There are some things about Haiti that just gets on my nerves, somethings that, as a Haitian, I hate to talk about. And when I do, this picture is the the only thing that can really describe my state of mind.

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