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Rene Preval Wedding Photo - President and First Lady

Rene Preval Wedding Photo - President and First Lady

Here is a wedding photo of Haitian president Rene Preval and first lady Elisabeth Debrosse Delatour Preval

René Préval and Elisabeth Débrosse Delatour married on Sunday, December 6, 2009. The wedding was held at Delatour's home in Furcy Haiti.

Elisabeth Delatour is the widow of Leslie Delatour, the former Governor of the Bank of the Republic of Haiti, the Haiti central bank.

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Voila Comcel Haiti - Award Winning Cell Phone Company

Voila Comcel Haiti -  Award Winning Cell Phone Company

Voila Comcel Haiti Wins U.S. Secretary of State's Award for Corporate Excellence

Voilà is a subsidiary of Trilogy International Partners, LLC.

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Noramie F Jasmin, First Female Haitian-American Mayor in New York

Noramie F Jasmin, First Female Haitian-American Mayor in New York

Noramie Festa Jasmin, previously a trustee and deputy mayor of Spring valley, was sworn in as mayor on Monday December 7, 2009.

Noramie F. Jasmin is the first woman to hold the title of "Mayor of Spring Valley NY" since the incorporation of the village in 1902.

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Senator Edward M. Kennedy And Haiti foreign policy

Senator Edward M. Kennedy And Haiti foreign policy

Senator Edward M. Kennedy was one the U.S. Senators urging the Department of Homeland Security to grant Haitians temporary protected status (TPS) in the United States

Find out how Senator Edward M. Kennedy impacted foreign policy in Haiti in his tenure as a U.S. Senator in Washington DC

Read this article:

Senator Edward M. Kennedy, His Impact On Haiti
http://www.haitianinternet.com/articles.php/453

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Edner Paul

Edner Paul

Edner Paul, a Haitian immigrant and John D. O'Bryant School of Mathematics and Science student, has a full scholarship to MIT.

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International Caribbean Business Fair

International Caribbean Business Fair

The International Caribbean Business Fair (ICBF) 2009 will allow Caribbean and International businesses the opportunity to showcase their products and services to the mainstream Caribbean consumer community, while giving our noted speakers and entertainers a platform to carry forward informative messages and display their creativity.

This is a three day event geared towards Business to Consumer relationship building and fostering stronger understanding of the various cultural habits and business practices. This will be achieved through onsite exhibits, workshops, seminars, trading opportunities, food, Art and craft and music.

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Nicaragua, The Poorest Country in the Western Hemisphere

Nicaragua, The Poorest Country in the Western Hemisphere

Nicaragua is now the poorest country in the western Hemisphere according to the article, "Latin America's Richest

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New York Times Haiti News

New York Times Haiti News

New York times article about Haiti:
Saving Lives with Family Planing

Read more here:
http://haitianinternet.com/articles.php/441

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Haitian Easter weekend

Haitian Easter weekend

Easter weekend 2009 is Haitian Awards weekend in New York.

While everybody is planning to chase the Easter bunny looking for Easter eggs, the Haitian community in New York Easter has a different plan.

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Kerby Revelus Kills His 5 year old sister after

Kerby Revelus Kills His 5 year old sister after

Two Massachusetts sisters and the brother who killed them with a kitchen knife on Saturday will share a single funeral service and be buried together. Police shot Kerby Revelus after an officer saw him decapitating his younger sister. (March 30)

Read more here:
http://www.haitianinternet.com/articles.php/438

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