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  • Jan : 4 : 2018 - North Korea’s proposed talks don’t mean Kim will give up nukes, experts say
  • Jan : 4 : 2018 - Commémoration du 214e anniversaire de l’Indépendance aux Gonaïves
  • Jan : 4 : 2018 - Jovenel Moïse lance les états généraux sectoriels de la nation
  • Feb : 2 : 2017 - President-Elect Jovenel Moïse of Haiti Vows to Create Plan to Channel Aid

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Kyrie Irving wanted out of Cleveland, that much is certain, but the reason behind why he wanted out has been up for debate since it   Read More ...

Rare talks proposed by both North and South Korea might calm tensions between the neighbors, but don’t expect Kim Jong Un to give up his   Read More ...

Le couple présidentiel, le Premier ministre, le président de l’Assemblée nationale, les membres du gouvernement, des parlementaires, des représentants du Corps diplomatique et consulaire, ceux   Read More ...

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North Korea’s proposed talks don’t mean Kim will give up nukes, experts say

Rare talks proposed by both North and South Korea might calm tensions between the neighbors, but don’t expect Kim Jong Un to give up his   Read More ...

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Cavaliers reportedly tried trading Kyrie Irving before he asked to be moved

Kyrie Irving wanted out of Cleveland, that much is certain, but the reason behind why he wanted out has been up for debate since it   Read More ...

Aux Gonaïves, pour les 214 ans de l’Indépendance, le président de la République, en plus d’avoir appelé à l’ « union », à la « concertation » pour refonder le pays, a annoncé les états généraux sectoriels de la nation. Jovenel Moïse, qui vante déjà ses réalisations comme les chantiers de la pyramide, a parlé de ses rêves, ses intentions, notamment celle de faire d’Haïti un pays émergent en 2030,   Read More ...

MIAMI — He’s often called the Banana Man, because he exports produce. Now, he will be known by another title: president of Haiti. Jovenel Moïse, 48, rose from obscurity to win the country’s presidential elections this week, after a nearly two-year electoral process marred by allegations of fraud, delays, natural disasters and a staggeringly low voter turnout.

celebrate culture and unity with the North Miami Mardi Gras Festival that will be held this Sunday, January 29th in Downtown Miami at NE 125th Street between 6TH & 12th Ave., from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. The event, which has been in the works since 2013 and it’s organized by the City of North Miami,

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