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PHOTO: Herve Pierre-Louis, directeur general de l’EDH

PHOTO: Herve Pierre-Louis, directeur general de l’EDH

Gade photo saa... Hervé Pierre-Louis, directeur général de L'Electricité d'Haiti (EDH)

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SITADEL Vodka - Made in Haiti

SITADEL Vodka - Made in Haiti

New Vodka Made in Haiti - After years of steadfast research and development SITADEL Premium Vodka brand was born from the tropical malanga plant, one of the most hypoallergenic foods in the world.

Felix Achille, founder of the SITADELl Vodka brand believes that a premium vodka could be distilled from the tropical renewable agricultural malanga plant that is cultivated on the island of Haiti.

The SITADEL Premium Vodka is passionately distilled to an exquisite smooth taste that rival the worlds traditional premium vodka.

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Glissement de terrain Carrefour Feuilles Haiti akoz tout lapli ki tonbe yo - Environment

Glissement de terrain Carrefour Feuilles Haiti akoz tout lapli ki tonbe yo - Environment

Gade photo saa... Message Protection Civile : Un glissement de terrain est survenu tôt ce matin (04 Mai 2018) à Carrefour-Feuilles, Port-au-Prince.

Des maisons sont détruites ou endommagées et des évaluations en cours. Des pluies plus intenses sont encore attendues dans presque tous les départements du pays.

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PHOTO: Haiti - Route Hinche-Maissade la pa bon menm, machine ap kole sou route la

PHOTO: Haiti - Route Hinche-Maissade la pa bon menm, machine ap kole sou route la

Gade photo saa... Plateau Centrale Haiti - Route Hinche-Maissade la pa bon ditou apre pakèt lapli ki tonbe premier semaine mois Mai 2018 la.

Yon gro School Bus ki fè transport Maissade/Hinche/Port-au-Prince kole sou route la nan labou.

(Facebook photo)

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Sony Michel - Haitians in the NFL

Sony Michel - Haitians in the NFL

Sony Michel - Haitians in the NFL -- Sony Michel is a Haitian-American football running back for the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL).

Sony Michel's parents emigrated to the United States from Haiti a year after his older sister Lamise was born. (wikipedia)

Sony Michel played college football at Georgia.

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Haiti maintains diplomatic ties with Taiwan

Haiti maintains diplomatic ties with Taiwan

Haiti confirmed Wednesday it would maintain diplomatic ties with Taiwan, a day after the neighboring Dominican Republic breaks these ties to establish relations with China.

"Every country is moving in one direction or another, but for now, it is with Taiwan that Haiti has diplomatic relations,"Haitian communications minister Guyler C Delva said in a press conference.

"Taiwan is a partner that helps us in different areas and we can say that it is a good partner that supports the government," he added.

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PHOTO: Clairin - Haiti's Organic sugarcane based alcohol drink being sold in the streets of Petionville

PHOTO: Clairin - Haiti's Organic sugarcane based alcohol drink being sold in the streets of Petionville

Look at this photo... Smith Nazon, 29, is selling clairin, an organic sugar-based alcoholic drink, on the sidewalk in Petion-Ville, Haiti.

A 1 liter bottle of clairin sells for about USD $1.36 dollars, about one-eighth the price of the least expensive bottle of Barbancourt rum, Haiti's most famous export.

Read the full article Moving Haiti's rustic, rum-like clairin to market for photo source and info.

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Does Kanye West know about the Haitian Revolution?

Does Kanye West know about the Haitian Revolution?

Kanye West said: "When you hear about slavery for 400 years," he said. "For 400 years? That sounds like a choice. Does Kanye West know about the Haitian Revolution? Does he know about Haiti, the first place on earth where slavery was abolished?

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Haiti : Happy Unemployment Day, a group of students protest the May 1st Haitian Holiday

Haiti : Happy Unemployment Day, a group of students protest the May 1st Haitian Holiday

Look at this photo... It's May first in Haiti, a protest banner reads: "Happy holiday of unemployment and importation day" from the Coalition of Youth and committed academics of Haiti - COJEUEH.

Well, they have a point. Haiti imports almost everything. We even import chicken.

C'est le 1er mai en Haïti, une bannière de protestation se lit comme suit: "Bonne fête du chômage et de l'importation" de la Coalition de la jeunesse et des universitaires engagés d'Haïti - COJEUEH

Eh bien, vous devez être d'accord, Haïti importe presque tout. Nous importons même du poulet.

Photo from a Tweet by Loop Haiti @loopHaiti

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This beautiful picture of Haiti is not newsworthy, It does not sell newspapers!

This beautiful picture of Haiti is not newsworthy, It does not sell newspapers!

Have ever seen a beautiful picture on the internet and wondered: where is this place? Well, this is beautiful image is Haiti... It I didn't tell you, would you have guessed it?

Lately we associate Haiti with pictures of people protesting in the streets, tires burning, misery and trash. Unfortunately for Haiti, this picture is not newsworthy!

Personally, I love the countryside and this one of the most perfect picture of the Haitian countryside I've seen in a while

Rivers in Haiti - Riviere des Baradères, Nippes, Haiti

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