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L’incroyable histoire d’Oswald J. Brandt… Par Charles Dupuy

November 3, 2012
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L’incroyable histoire d’Oswald J. Brandt…  Par Charles Dupuy

On ne peut étudier en profondeur l’histoire d’Haïti des années 1920 à 1970 -50 ans- sans analyser l’influence d’O. J. Brandt sur les hommes et sur les événements.» Cette réflexion est tirée du livre de Lyonel Paquin, Les Haïtiens, politique de classe et de couleur. Ancien consul d’Haïti au Costa-Rica, Paquin fut ministre du...
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FLASH – FLASH – FLASH MARTELLY GOVERNMENT TAKES IMMEDIATE ACTION TO PORTRAY ARREST OF GRACIA DELVA’S WIFE AS A SIMPLE MATTER OF PUBLIC DISTURBANCE

November 3, 2012
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FLASH – FLASH – FLASH  MARTELLY GOVERNMENT TAKES IMMEDIATE ACTION TO PORTRAY ARREST OF GRACIA DELVA’S WIFE AS A SIMPLE MATTER OF PUBLIC DISTURBANCE

FLASH – FLASH – FLASH MARTELLY GOVERNMENT TAKES IMMEDIATE ACTION TO PORTRAY ARREST OF GRACIA DELVA’S WIFE AS A SIMPLE MATTER OF PUBLIC DISTURBANCE WITH NO 40 KILOS OF COCAINE INVOLVED!!!  THIS TYPE OF STUPIDITY WILL SEE KING MICHEL, QUEEN SOPHIA AND CROWN PRINCE OLIVIER IN PERSONAL TROUBLE, FOR THEIR PERSONAL CRIMES. LET THE...
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‘It is misery’: A video of Haiti’s camps after Sandy

November 3, 2012
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‘It is misery’: A video of Haiti’s camps after Sandy

Almost three years after an earthquake devastated Haiti, 370,000 people are still living in the tent camps that became their homes. Now, some have lost even that. Haitian officials say that 18,000 families living in tent camps have been rendered homeless by Hurricane Sandy, which has killed 52 there since making landfall last week....
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Flowers, bones, voodoo mark Day of the Dead

November 3, 2012
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Flowers, bones, voodoo mark Day of the Dead

MEXICO CITY Mexicans cleaned the bones of dead relatives and decorated their graves with flowers and candy skulls. In Haiti, voodoo practitioners circled an iron cross at a cemetery and poured moonshine to honor their ancestors. Some Guatemalans held a wild race of horses to remember the dead. Across the Western Hemisphere, people are...
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