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Haiti's Iron Market (Marche en Fer) Burned to the Ground

Haiti's Iron Market (Marche en Fer) Burned to the Ground

Look at this photo... Haiti's Haiti's Iron Market (Marche en Fer) also known as the Marché Hyppolite was burned to the ground on the night of Monday 12 to Tuesday 13 February 2018.

This same iron market destroyed by the Jan 2010 Haiti earthquake was restored by with the financial support Irishman Denis O'Brien, owner of the mobile phone company Digicel, for a whopping 12 million dollars US

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POLITFONT Haiti - President Jovenel Moise participates in the graduation of new Haitian Border Police

POLITFONT Haiti - President Jovenel Moise participates in the graduation of new Haitian Border Police

Look at this photo... POLITFONT Haiti - President Jovenel Moise participating in the graduation of first unit of the new Haitian Border Police.

On Wednesday, December 27, it was the official inauguration of the New Haitian Border Police called POLIFRONT.

The ceremony was attended Haiti president Jovenel Moise and prime minister Jack Guy Lafontant.

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PHOTO: Haiti Christmas Tree made out of Trash - Matisan di Aba Nwel Fatra

PHOTO: Haiti Christmas Tree made out of Trash - Matisan di Aba Nwel Fatra

Look at this photo... A Christmas tree in Martissant Haiti made entirely from Trash. The sign on the Christmas tree reads: "Matissan di ABA Nwel Fatra"

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PHOTO: Haiti Funeral - President Michel Martelly first lady Sophia touching the casket of rapper BLACK ALEX

PHOTO: Haiti Funeral - President Michel Martelly first lady Sophia touching the casket of rapper BLACK ALEX

Haiti president Martelly and first lady Sophia Martelly reach out to touch the casket of rap kreyol singer Black Alex the day of his funeral in Port-au-Prince.

Gade photo saa... Haiti - President Michel Martelly ak madanm li, Premiere Dame Sophia Martelly lonje men yo pou manyen cerceuil chantè BLACK ALEX jounen funeray li Vendredi 27 Novembre 2015 la... Kisa ou panse de sa???

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Nou Pa Egare - New York License Plate

Nou Pa Egare - New York License Plate

Look at this photo... One Haitian in the diaspora got the best idea to use the popular slogan "Nou Pa Egare" on his New York State License plate.

Only Haitians will get it... Clever...

What do you think about that?

Thanks, Carnegie!

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Haiti - The Haitian Military preparing for their 18 Nov 2017 Parade

Haiti - The Haitian Military preparing for their 18 Nov 2017 Parade

Look at this photo... The new Haitian army is working out, preparing in the rain as November 18 2017 approaches. The new Forces Armés d'Haiti will parade the streets of Cap-Haitien on that day, the aniversay of the Battle of Vertières.

Haiti's ministry of defense posted this photo on Twitter

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Les Forces Armées d'Haiti - Ready or not here we come!

Les Forces Armées d'Haiti - Ready or not here we come!

Look at this photo... This is the new Haitian Army... Launch date 18 Novembre 2017... Les Forces Armées d'Haiti - Ready or not here we come!

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Haiti-Canadian Boxer Bermane Stiverne knocked out by Deontay Wilder in the 1st Round

Haiti-Canadian Boxer Bermane Stiverne knocked out by Deontay Wilder in the 1st Round

Look at this photo... Haiti-Canadian Boxer Bermane Stiverne was knocked out in the first round by Deontay Wilder in their second fight, 04 Nov 2017.

Bermane Stiverne is the first Haitian-born boxer to win a boxing world heavyweight championship after he knockout of Chris Arreola on May 10, 2014.

On his first first fight with Deontay Wilder back in January 2015, Bermane Stiverne went the distance, 12 rounds, but he lost his WBC heavyweight title to Deontay Wilder by a unanimous decision.

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Les Forces Armées d'Haiti - Ready or not here we come!

Les Forces Armées d'Haiti - Ready or not here we come!

Look at this photo... This is the new Haitian Army... Launch date 18 Novembre 2017... Les Forces Armées d'Haiti - Ready or not here we come!

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PHOTO: Closing ceremony of MINUSTAH in Haiti

PHOTO: Closing ceremony of MINUSTAH in Haiti

Look at this photo... United Nations MINUSTAH Mission to Haiti has ended... This is a photo of the closing ceremony Thursday 05 Oct 2017

The UN flag was lowered and folded. Symbolically, the Minustah ended and Sandra Honoré, who led the mission for the past four years expressed her satisfaction.

A new UN mission, the MINUJUSTH, will take over.

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