Interview de la famille Duverseau sur Scoop FM.

August 1, 2013
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Interview de la famille Duverseau sur Scoop FM.

Énième interview de la famille Duverseau pour réclamer justice pour l’étudiant en 4eme année à la faculté de droit de P-au-P assassiné par Enol Florestal et André Michel. Où sont les organisations de droits humains ? Pourquoi n’accompagnent-elles pas la famille Duverseau ? Marie Yolène Gilles, Pierre Esperance, Anthonal Mortimé, Kettly Julien, la Nation...
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COMPLOT DE RDNP,DE LAVALAS ETC…CONTRE LE PRESIDENT ET LE PREMIER MINISTRE

July 31, 2013
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COMPLOT DE RDNP,DE LAVALAS ETC…CONTRE LE PRESIDENT ET LE PREMIER MINISTRE

Passionnée du pouvoir, Mme Manigat tombe dans le delire en demandant la demission du president Martelly et son gouvernement en disant que si les elections ne se réalisent pas en 2013,ils doivent partir,demissionner.Tout le monde voit que c’est uniquement le mot ELECTION qui interresse ces gens. La passion rend vraiment aveugle et fait dire...
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​S.E.M Laurent Lamothe accorde un interview au Nouvelliste-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

July 31, 2013
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​S.E.M Laurent Lamothe accorde un interview au Nouvelliste-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

« Jamais de ma vie, je n’ai eu le privilège de rencontrer le juge Jean-Serge Joseph. Jamais ! », « Comment comprendre que l’on puisse tirer profit d’une telle tragédie ? Je suis choqué ». « Je n’aurais jamais imaginé que des adversaires politiques auraient pu utiliser la dépouille d’un honorable magistrat pour servir...
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Mardi Gras (Carnaval des Fleurs)

July 31, 2013
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Mardi Gras (Carnaval des Fleurs)


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Le Premier ministre toujours au travail quelques secondes après la fin du 12ème Sommet de l’ALBA à Guayaquil en République d’Équateur.

July 31, 2013
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Le Premier ministre toujours au travail quelques secondes après la fin du 12ème Sommet de l’ALBA à Guayaquil en République d’Équateur.

Le Premier ministre toujours au travail quelques secondes après la fin du 12ème Sommet de l’ALBA à Guayaquil en République d’Équateur. L’ambassadeur d’Haïti au Venezuela et le Premier ministre avant la reprise de la Réunion Plénière du 12ème Sommet de l’ALBA à Guayaquil en République d’Équateur.
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LAWLESS HAITI: PRESIDENT OF SENATE HIDES MURDER SUSPECT IN PERSONAL RESIDENCE AS ARREST WARRANT SERVED!!!

July 31, 2013
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LAWLESS HAITI: PRESIDENT OF SENATE HIDES MURDER SUSPECT IN PERSONAL RESIDENCE AS ARREST WARRANT SERVED!!!

July 30, 2013 President of the Senate, Simon Dieuseul Desras  and Senator John Joel Joseph must have some substantial evidence of previous crimes to suppress, involving themselves, or close associates, in order for them to  expend their personal reputations on an obvious effort to block the legal system. Pragmatists suggest that the Senators have...
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Cool reception for US celebrity chefs in Haiti as mayor blocks them from visiting food market-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

July 30, 2013
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Cool reception for US celebrity chefs in Haiti as mayor blocks them from visiting food market-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Associated Press – Celebrity chef John Besh stands outside the entrance to the farmers’ market in the mountain town of Kenscoff, Haiti, Tuesday, July 30, 2013. Besh and chef Aaron Sanchez were forced to abandon a tour of the farmers’ market by Mayor Widjmy Clesca. The mayor said photographers accompanying Sanchez and Besh couldn’t...
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CARNIVAL OF FLOWERS DRAWS OVER 1,000,000 TO THE CHAMPS DES MARS MONDAY EVENING

July 30, 2013
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CARNIVAL OF FLOWERS DRAWS OVER 1,000,000 TO THE CHAMPS DES MARS MONDAY EVENING

A truly stunning turn out as Haitians packed downtown Port-au-Prince to celebrate the Martelly/Lamothe Carnival of Flowers. Unfortunately, rain fell on Martelly’s parade, during the evening, but this did not deflect the mass of people who danced through the downpour and remained until well after midnight. Tuesday will be the final day and crowds...
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12ème sommet de l’Alliance Bolivarienne pour les Peuples de notre Amérique (ALBA)-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

July 30, 2013
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12ème sommet de l’Alliance Bolivarienne pour les Peuples de notre Amérique (ALBA)-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

‎​Haïti-coopération : Le Premier ministre  s’est rendu en Equateur pour participer au 12ème sommet de l’Alliance Bolivarienne pour les Peuples de notre Amérique (ALBA) .                                                          Le Bureau de communication...
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Cloud EHR Lessons Learned in Haiti

July 30, 2013
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Cloud EHR Lessons Learned in Haiti

Healthcare providers in the United States have preconceived notions about electronic health records-namely, that EHR systems haven’t lived up to their promise of transforming healthcare by improving efficiency and cutting costs. The healthcare industry also has preconceived notions about cloud computing, too-namely, that the cloud isn’t secure enough for patient data. Go to Haiti,...
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USAID supports the revitalization of Bel-Air

July 30, 2013
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USAID supports the revitalization of Bel-Air

USAID and the community of Bel-Air Saturday inaugurated a newly renovated artists’ center in Bel-Air that was constructed with funding provided by the U.S. Government. The center, Bel Art, will provide work space for aspiring artists to practice their craft and spur economic activity. It will also provide space for community activities in particular...
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Day 2: Planning for Grand Goave!

July 30, 2013
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Day 2: Planning for Grand Goave!

Posted on July 29, 2013 for Haiti Dreams What are we doing with these laptops again? So many choices… It’s interesting what draws people to the different activities on the XO. Junior’s into music-editing programs like TamTam Jam (since he’s a real “atis”), James likes TuxMath (not sure if that’s because he likes practicing...
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Cholera outbreak in Haiti tied to U.N. peacekeepers, report says

July 28, 2013
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Cholera outbreak in Haiti tied to U.N. peacekeepers, report says

Nikki Kahn/The Washington Post – Lemaguel Alejuste grimaces in pain after fainting at the Samaritan’s Purse cholera treatment facility in Cabaret. By Colum Lynch, UNITED NATIONS — A group of scientists who investigated the source of a cholera epidemic in Haiti that killed thousands of people has concluded that U.N. peacekeepers from Nepal probably...
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IF IT’S NOT BROKE DON’T FIX IT!!! MARTELLY HUDDLES WITH PREVAL TO DISCUSS NEW CABINET?? MAX BELLERIVE??!!!!

July 28, 2013
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IF IT’S NOT BROKE DON’T FIX IT!!!  MARTELLY HUDDLES WITH PREVAL TO DISCUSS NEW CABINET?? MAX BELLERIVE??!!!!

Martelly’s attitude is ‘if it isn’t broke, fix it anyway!” July 28, 2013 Our contacts, inside the Preval camp, said the President would miss  the reception    of our Carnival Queen this year. He would, instead, be meeting with Preval.    The fact that – for the first time – President Martelly missed out on the...
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Official opening of the Carnival Festivities

July 28, 2013
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Official opening of the Carnival Festivities

HaitiLibre.com Friday at Karibe Convention Center, in a decor crowned with flowers, on the occasion of ball of Queens, President Michel Martelly, declared officially open the carnival festivities. Wanting to revive the tradition, the Head of State proceeded to the coronation of the Queen of flowers, Chrislie-Johanne Altidor, which will parade alongside Asline Anthony,...
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How many of us know that Haiti was the FIRST center for Freedom Fighting in the 18th Century, Forming the First Free Black Republic in the WORLD? See this VIDEO-

July 28, 2013
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How many of us know that Haiti was the FIRST center for Freedom Fighting in the 18th Century, Forming the First Free Black Republic in the WORLD? See this VIDEO-

This video was produced by PBS and presented by Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and posted to Youtube by Haitianbeatz Makak A very telling historical background of the formation of Haiti, and the relationship and differences between Haiti and it’s neighbors in the Dominican republic. Race issues are central in the initial formation of...
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Cérémonie officielle du lancement des festivités carnavalesques

July 28, 2013
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Cérémonie officielle du lancement des festivités carnavalesques

Le Premier Ministre, M. Laurent Salvador Lamothe dans ses propos de circonstance La Ministre du Tourisme, Mme Stéphanie Balmir Villedrouin, dans ses propos de circonstance La Ministre de la Culture, Mme Josette Darguste, dans ses propos de circonstance Le Premier Ministre, M. Laurent Salvador Lamothe dans ses propos de circonstance Vue partielle de l’assistance...
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Jean Max Bellerive ..attention!!! Liné Balthazar ..Attention …

July 28, 2013
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Jean Max Bellerive ..attention!!! Liné Balthazar ..Attention …

Nous sommes tous au courant des reunions champrel que vous organisez au palais national en l’abscence du president Martelly pour pieger et le president Martelly et le premier ministre Laurent Salvador Lamothe.  Meme si Jean Max Bellerive est le cousin du president Michel Martelly. En politique , la passion du pouvoir aveugle et fait tout...
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GEORGE BUSH TETE KALE IN SUPPORT OF SICK BABY

July 25, 2013
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GEORGE BUSH TETE KALE IN SUPPORT OF SICK BABY

Former president, whose daughter died from leukaemia, joins campaign for the sick child of one of his secret service agents guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 24 July 2013 23.57 EDT George Bush Sr with Patrick after having his head shaved. Photograph: AFP Former US president George Bush Sr has shaved his head to show solidarity for the...
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Haiti’s road to recovery

July 25, 2013
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In this Video of the Week, join FIFA.com and FIFA TV on a trip to Haiti, where football is helping the entire country regain hope following a devastating earthquake in January 2010. At the CONCACAF Gold Cup 2013, the Haitian national team only narrowly missed out on a second round berth following some impressive...
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