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US Military Helicopters in Haiti to assist in disaster relief - Haiti Earthquake Aug 2021

US Military Helicopters in Haiti to assist in disaster relief - Haiti Earthquake Aug 2021

Look at this photo.. US Department of Defense Southcom
helicopters are in Haiti to support the USAID-led earthquake response.

These helicopters will be critical for quickly transporting more humanitarian aid, members of our disaster team & other responders to affected areas, Samantha Power of USAID tweeted.

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Earthquake - Naomi Osaka : Really hurt to see all the devastation that's going on in Haiti

Earthquake - Naomi Osaka : Really hurt to see all the devastation that's going on in Haiti

Asian-Japanese tennis Superstar Naomi Osaka tweets: Really hurts to see all the devastation that's going on in Haiti, and I feel like we really can't catch a break.

I'm about to play a tournament this week and I'll give all the prize money to relief efforts for Haiti.

I know our ancestors blood is strong we'll keep rising.

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Tourism - From a cold Prestige beer in a southern Haiti beach to cervezas en la playa en la Republica Dominicana

Tourism -  From a cold Prestige beer in a southern Haiti beach to cervezas en la playa en la Republica Dominicana

Instead of the beaches of Jacmel, Haitian American tourists now are enjoy the Dominican beaches of Boca Chica.

Instead of an ice cold Prestige beer in the sunny beaches of Haito, Haitian American tourists are now enjoying theor cervezas en la playa in the Dominican Republic.

All this because of one on South problem in Haiti.

Insecurity. Armed Bandits left to do whatever the hell they want in the country.

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Kanaval Gonaives - Zefeyis mete dife sou Stand Mairie des Gonaives

Kanaval Gonaives - Zefeyis mete dife sou Stand Mairie des Gonaives

Men zin... Zefeyis mete dife sou stand La Mairie des Gonaives jounen Dimanche 23 Fevrier 2020 an.

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PHOTO: Radio Caraibes FM front gate burned down, vehicles burned by protesters

PHOTO: Radio Caraibes FM front gate burned down, vehicles burned by protesters

Here is a photo of the gate of Haitian radio Caraibes FM and a company vehicle burned down by angry protesters during a police protest Carnival Sunday, 23 February 2020. At Rue Chavannes in Port=au-Prince.

The private vehicle in the photo, burned down, belongs to Radio Caraibes journalist Tom Male, co-host of Matin Caraibes.

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PHOTO: Haiti Pays Lock - Tires burning at Carrefour Aeroport, Delmas Haiti

PHOTO: Haiti Pays Lock - Tires burning at Carrefour Aeroport, Delmas Haiti

Look at this photo, Port-au-Prince was in Pays Lock mode on Monday September 17 2019. Tires were burning at Carrefour Aeroport, Autoroute de Delmas.

Photo: Le Nouvelliste

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PHOTO: Long lines at the Gas Pumps - GO Gas Station, Hinche Haiti

PHOTO: Long lines at the Gas Pumps - GO Gas Station, Hinche Haiti

Look at this photo... Long lines at a GO Gas Station in Hinche Haiti. After days with gasoline cars and motorcycles invade this gas station hoping to get some gas.

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PHOTO: Motorcycles Line up at a Haiti Gas Station waiting for some Gasoline

PHOTO: Motorcycles Line up at a Haiti Gas Station waiting for some Gasoline

Look at this photo... Motorcycles lines up at a gas pump hoping to get some gas.

The lines are really long because gasoline has just been delivered to this gas station after more than a week of gas shortage.

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Shocking News: Watermelon is like a Natural Viagra!

Shocking News: Watermelon is like a Natural Viagra!

Watermelon has an amino acid that has a Viagra-like effect on your blood vessels, according to an article on Web MD.

How could watermelon be a natural Viagra, you ask?

Watermelon is very rich in an amino acid called L-citrulline. This amino acid relaxes and dilates your blood vessels much like Viagra does.

A CBS News article reads: "Like Viagra, L-citrulline increases blood flow to the sexual organs but without any negative side effects."

So, men, if you are having some trouble raising your flag, maybe you should start eating watermelon!

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Currency Exchange: All of this Haitian money is only worth about 50 Dollars US

Currency Exchange: All of this Haitian money is only worth about 50 Dollars US

June 2019, The Haitian currency is approaching 100 gourdes for one US dollar. All of this Haitian money you see here, it's only worth about 50 dollars US.

If you count it, there is 5,000 gourdes here, once upon a time it was worth about 1,000 dollars US, nowadays it's only worth a measly 50 bucks!

When I was growing up in Haiti, a U.S. quarter was 'Goud e ka' (1.25 Gourdes) and 5 gourdes was equivalent to ONE U.S. Dollar. it was written right on the currency. Read more Haitian Money - Why has the Haitian currency depreciated so much in value?

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