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Picture Of The Year Award Norway

In this years Picture Of The Year Award in Norway I got three awards. Share this post (above) and please like my facebook page (below) Main Prize – Picture of the year – Norway 1. prize – News – Picture … Continue reading

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Haiti – One year after the earthquake

The 12th of January 2010 a 7 magnitude earthquake struck the Caribbean city Port Au Prince, Haiti. More than 230.000 people died. The streets were full of dead bodies and the smell unbearable for the inhabitants of Haiti’s capital city. … Continue reading

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Haiti – “We will burn down the city!”

Thousands of protesters rampaged in Port Au Prince Wednesday, torching buildings in armed clashes. Four persons are reported dead in Haiti, after election results triggered bitter accusations of vote-rigging. Supporters of popular singer Michel Martelly took to the streets after … Continue reading

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Protests over Haiti vote results

Demonstrations has broken out in several Haitian cities and gunshots are fired through the capital as the initial results of a disputed election were announced on Tuesday night. Demonstrators are making barricades of tires in several neighborhoods in the capital … Continue reading

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Haiti: Cholera could affect 650,000

A contingent of U.N. peacekeepers is the likely source of a cholera outbreak in Haiti that has killed at least 2,000 people, a French scientist said in a report obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press. Epidemiologist Renaud Piarroux concluded that … Continue reading

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Haiti – Aftermath

The death toll from January 12. 2010 devastating earthquake in Haiti could jump to 300,000 people, including the bodies buried under collapsed buildings in the capital Port Au Prince, Haitian President Rene Preval said. Click here to open the gallery. … Continue reading