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Bourette Haiti

Bourette Haiti

Look at this photo... Bourette Haiti, a big wooden wheelbarrow in Haiti.

This big wheelbarrow in Haiti is used to transport lots of merchandise from one point to another in short distances.

It sits on two wheels and is often pulled by one man while another man is pushing it.

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PHOTO: Carolyn Desert - Miss Haiti 2014

PHOTO: Carolyn Desert - Miss Haiti 2014

Look at this photo, Miss Haiti 2014 Carolyn Desert... Haitian model Carolyn Desert was crowned Miss Haiti 2014 Saturday, 06 September 2014 at the Karibe Convention Center in Port-au-Prince, Haiti...

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PHOTO: Haiti - Jeremie Airport

PHOTO: Haiti - Jeremie Airport

Look at this photo of the Airport in Jeremie Haiti...

The Jérémie Airport (IATA: JEE, ICAO: MTJE) is the fifth most important airport in Haiti in passenger traffic. Locate in the city of Jérémie, this airport is in the south west of Haiti.

For a very long time the Jeremie airport was a dirt strip where airplanes used to land. As of the end of October 2014, that is about to change. Haitian Prime minister Laurent Lamonthe laid the first stone to turn Jeremie airport into a Modern International Airport.

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Haiti : The Red Pill vs. The Blue Pill

Haiti : The Red Pill vs. The Blue Pill

My fellow Haitians, this is your last chance! After this there is no turning back!

You take the BLUE pill, and you will accept things just the way they are, Haiti will remain the way it is (se konsa bagay yo ye) Haiti will never change (Ayiti pap janm chanje) AND your life will never change!

You take the RED pill and you wake up, you challenge the status quo, and you begin demand more from the Haitian authorities because you know you deserve more, you deserve a better country, a better standard of living and a better quality of life.

Which will you chose?

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PHOTO: Naomi Osaka kissing her 2018 US Open Champion Trophy

PHOTO: Naomi Osaka kissing her 2018 US Open Champion Trophy

Look at this photo... Haitian-Japanese Tennis player Naomi Osaka kissing her 2018 US Open Grand Slam championship trophy.

It was a great day for Naomi Osaka. She is the first Japanese tennis player to win a Grand Slam singles tournament, defeating Serena Williams in the final of the 2018 US Open. First Haitian also since her father is Haitian.

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Naomi Osaka on the Steve Harvey TV Show, watch the video

Naomi Osaka on the Steve Harvey TV Show, watch the video

"My dad congratulated me but it felt better coming from Serena Williams," Haitian-Japanese Tennis star Naomi Osaka jokingly tells Steve Harvey as a guest in his television show. Watch the video...

"Do you know you made some amazing shots?" Steve Harvey said to Naomi Osaka. "I can't play tennis at all. I watched the entire match because I love championships. You made some shots where even Serena gave you a round of applause for some of the shots you made."

Naomi Osaka replies: "I didn't know it at the time but hearing you say it, it feels really good. So thank you."

After winning her first Grand Slam championship, Naomi Osaka was a guest of The Steve Show to tell Steve Harvey all about it.

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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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Photo - Manifestation in Jacmel Haiti - 19 Nov 2012

Photo - Manifestation in Jacmel Haiti - 19 Nov 2012

Here is a first photo of 19 Nov 2012 protest in Jacmel Haiti.

Wow... This is a lit more than just a tire burning.

Photo credit: xoxo_Steffoush (Twitter)

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PHOTO: Haiti - Pasteur Jean Marie - Eglise de Dieu de Delmas 17

PHOTO: Haiti - Pasteur Jean Marie - Eglise de Dieu de Delmas 17

Gade photo saa... Haiti - Pasteur Jean Marie - Eglise de Dieu de Delmas 17 Rue verna # 24, Port-au -Prince, Haiti

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PHOTO: Asnage Castelly - Haitian Wrestler

PHOTO: Asnage Castelly - Haitian Wrestler

Look at this photo... Asnage Castelly, Haitian Wrestler...

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