2008 Haiti Hurricane Watch

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Post by Widy » Wed Jul 16, 2008 12:04 pm


Sa kap pase menm ?

Mwen byen lwen, mwen toujou an toune mizikal an South Ewòp e-m pa gen pon nouvel si sa ki ka fèt.

Es gen siklòn es yo prevwa e pou ki tan?

Kontiye ban nou nouvèl si sa ki ka pase nan zòn la.

Mèsi pou tout.



Post by Gelin_ » Thu Sep 04, 2008 10:13 pm

The storms continue to spread sorrow...
[quote]GONAIVES, Haiti - The government on Thursday more than doubled to 137 the death toll tied to Tropical Storm Hanna...

Gonaives lies in a flat river plain between the ocean and deforested mountains that run with mud even in light rains. Hanna swirled over Haiti for four days, dumping vast amounts of water, blowing down fruit trees and ruining stores of food as it swamped tin-roofed houses.

Many of the thousands of people who fled to rooftops, balconies and higher ground have gone without food for days, and safe drinking water was in short supply as the fetid carcasses of drowned farm animals bobbed in soupy floodwaters.

For more go to: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26546727 [/quote]

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Post by Leoneljb » Sat Sep 06, 2008 7:26 pm

We really are in needs of GOOD FRIENDS!!!!!!!!

The US gave millions for Georgia post Russia's "Invasion" instigated by McCain's Adviser, go figure...

But yet, Haiti at a few hundred miles from the US, is still suffering.

Haiti needs your Help, not only after Hurricanes, But, all the Time.


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