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Martelly official visit with the US Government

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Full transcript. SECRETARY CLINTON: Well, good afternoon, everyone. It is a great pleasure and an honor for me to welcome the President-elect to the State Department on behalf of the United States Government, and to formally congratulate President-elect Martelly on his victory in the election. I also congratulate the people of Haiti on the election….

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Underwater Tunnel From Florida to Haiti raised ?

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The Florida – Haiti Interstate Tunnel, I-95U or Caribbean International Highway Route 1 is an under construction underwater highway tunnel spanning from southern Florida, outside of Miami to northern Haiti, the city of Cap-Haitien. The tunnel began construction in mid 2009, so far spanning 475 miles in length at the sea floor. The tunnel itself…

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A new Government In Haiti. What’s next?

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With a new government getting ready to take the office in Haiti, the political scene  still remains obscure. What type of government will President Michel Martelly introduce to the poorest nation in this hemisphere?  Is this a more of the same type of government that we are all accustomed to see in Haiti.?  Will we…

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Haiti run-off election

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, March 21 (UPI) — Haiti’s runoff election “was calm” despite at least one death and logistical problems reported in precincts across the country, an international observer said. Police said a person was killed in the Artibonite Valley, where rival political party supporters shot at each other as voting proceeded Sunday, The Miami Herald…

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Wyclef says bullet grazed hand in Haiti’s capital

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Musician Wyclef Jean said Sunday that a bullet grazed his hand as he stepped out of a car to make a telephone call, but said he was only slightly injured. Jean, who has been in Haiti helping the presidential campaign of his friend and fellow musician Michel “Sweet Micky” Martelly, said the…

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Haiti chooses new leader

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haitians scarred by decades of poverty, political corruption and natural disasters cast ballots Sunday for president in hopes a new leader could do what others have not: Replace homes and schools in the earthquake-devastated capital, improve education and create some optimism for the future. Voters chose between Michel “Sweet Micky” Martelly,…

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What Happened to Haitiwatchdog?

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Welcome to Haitiwatchdog! We are under reconstruction Please come back to see us soon. Thank you!

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