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$800,000 Deputy Rony Celestin's home taken by Government

A $800,000 Home occupied by Deputy Rony Celestin confiscated

A Home estimated at $800,000 belonging to Deputy Rony Celestin has been confiscated by the Haitian government. From what we understand, the order was given by the Lead agency for domestic enforcement of federal drug laws, and for coordinating and pursuing U.S. drug investigations abroad, DEA.

The home is located at Thomassin 48 and this is where some agents of CONALD proceeded a t the confiscation of the home. Other information obtained revealed that this particular house in fact belongs to Mr. Sergo Edouard who is currently in prison in the US.

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Actress Nice Simon placed as new Mayor of Tabarre

Mayor of Tabarre Nice Simon with Deputy Gracia Delva

This is Actress Nice Simon as she was installed as the new Mayor of Tabarre on Monday, June 27, 2016. Present at the ceremony was Deputy of Tabarre, Caleb Desrameaux, Gracia Delvas. Ms. Simon became popular in the movie "I Love You Anne". She played the role of the intimate friend of Don Kato.

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Gin yo pon istorik nan Florida Keys ki plis ke 35, 862 pye

The history of the Seven Mile Bridge in the Florida Keys

Èske w te konnen pa lwen Miami, gen yon pon ke yo considerede kom youn nan pon ki pi long nan ègzistans jodi a. Se yon pon ki plis ke 11 km ki sitiye nan Florida Keys yo. Gen de pon kòt a kòt, yon nouvo ak youn ki ansyen. Aktyèl nouvo Pon an wout modèn te konstwi soti nan 1978 pou 1982 epi li se ouvè a trafik machin. Longè a manm pon nouvo an se 35, 862 pye ( 10,931 m) oswa 6.79 mil ( 10.93 km)

ENGLISH:

The Seven Mile Historic Bridge in the Florida Keys

Did you know that right here, not far from Miami, there is a bridge that is one of the longest in existence today. The Seven Mile Bridge is a famous bridge located in the Florida Keys. It is listed among the longest bridges in existence. There are two bridges in this location. The current modern road bridge was constructed from 1978 to 1982 and it is open to vehicle traffic. The total length of the new bridge is 35,862 ft (10,931 m) or 6.79 miles (10.93 km)

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Flash - Haitians attacked Dominican soldiers, escaping with their weapons

Just in - The news of the day

Two Dominican soldiers were the victims in an attack by illegal Haitians workers attempting to cross the border. The incident took place early this Saturday around 4:00AM IN Los Palos Blancos community in Dajabon. According to the report, a large group of Haitians immigrants were intercepted by the a Captain and a Sergeant of the Dominican army on patrol. The Haitian immigrants who were n armed with knives and machetes turned on the Dominican soldiers and brutally assaulted them. The border agents are in critical condition as they received severe injuries such as fracture of the skull, head trauma, facial and nasal injuries.

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Haitian immigrant with Olympic Torch in Brazil carries

Haitian Abdias Dolce carried Olympic Torch in Brazil carries

Abdias Dolce who was among more than 40,000 Haitians who emigrated to Brazil following the 2010 earthquake had the privilege to carry the Olympic Torch through the streets of Manaus in Brazil in June, 2016. He received warm cheers from the crowd as he was staging the Olympic Torch Relay

Dolce stated that he was representing over 40,000 immigrants from Haiti who came to Brazil following the earthquake. He was very appreciative of the people of Brazil and Manaus in particular. Abdias Dolce who had managed to lean Portuguese in a relatively short period of time said that his three most favorite passions in Brazil are: Carnival, Football and music.

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Emeline Michel and Dener Ceide performing at the White House

Emeline Michel at the White House for Caribbean-American Heritage Month

Here is Emeline Michel and Dener Ceide Perform the popular song "Merci Bondier" at the White House on the occasion of Caribbean Heritage Month Celebration. It has been estimated that over 10 million people from 30 Caribbean territories have played a role in shaping America.

Here is Emeline Michel and Dener Ceide Performing "Merci Bondier" at White House for Caribbean Heritage Celebration

In 2004, Congresswoman Barbara Lee introduced legislation proclaiming a month dedicated as Caribbean-American History Month. President George W. Bush was the first president to issue the proclamation declaring June Caribbean-American Heritage Month on June 5, 2006.

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Skal Labissiere drafted by the Sacramento Kings

Skal Labissière and the Sacramento Kings

Here is another Haitian who makes us proud. Skal Labissière who is a former basketball player of Collège Canado Haïtien was picked on Thursday, June 23 to become a member of the Sacramento Kings team. Skal Labissière currently stands at 6'11" and weighs 225 pounds. He averaged 6.6 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 1.6 blocks per game. He demonstrates his strongest strength in offense. There were some questions raised prior to his selection on whether or not Labissière would be a good fit for the Sacramento Kings team or whether or not he would be selected in the draft.

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June 28, the new date for National Assembly to decide on Privert

National Assembly to decide the fate of Privert

A new date has been set aside by Haiti National Assembly to decide on the fate and future of President Jocelerme Privert. The date is Tuesday, June 28, 2016. After several days of negotiation the Haitian lawmakers have finally decide to hold the National Assembly in an attempt to solve the current crisis. We did receive confirmation from the first secretary of the Chamber of Deputies that it will in fact take place. One more important question that is probably on the mind of most people: will it actually take place? Will the actors for a change act like responsible people?

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General Panic as Haitian Parliament hit with stones and bottles

Stones and bottles thrown towards Haitian Parliament

The session that was supposed to take place at the Haitian parliament to determine the future of the provisional president Jocelerme Privert once again did not take place and once again the political crisis continues. Although the politic of "empty chair" continues with some, the pro Privert crowd who were protesting in the streets yesterday did not make things any easier at the Haitian Parliament. Some protesters attempted to penetrate into the institution, forcing both employees and parliamentarians to ran for shelter. These protesters threw stones and bottles towards the parliament building before the police later resumed control of the situation

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Things you will not do not to cause a parent's death?

Superstition in the Haitian society

on't tell me that you are not superstitious or you don't believe on certain common events or occurrences are connected to future events. How many people do believe that if you walk around with one shoe on, you're calling one of your parents to the grave. How about by crawling on your knees or walking on your knees your mother will die? Admit it, you will not sweep the floor at night fearing your mother will die. Last but not least, if you walk with one shoes, your mother will soon die.

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