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|Posted Saturday, November 29, 2008
|Wall collapses, injuring at least 10, including
children, in Haiti
|By Yves A. Isidor, wehaitians.com executive editor
CAMBRIDGE, MA, Nov. 29 - Today, principally in Haiti nobody doubts, after the
collapse of a reduced number of schools, killing untold number of people and
wounded an innumerable number of others, that even the walls of Haiti's national
palace will not soon ferociously come down while extreme violence-issued
president, Rene Preval, and political associates? are in the process of consuming
a large quantity of intoxicant liquid, that is vodka, in the wee hours of the
night - a long habitude.
An outdoor yard wall at Haiti dysfunctional, largely corrupt national telephone company, commonly known as Teleco, in the Port-au-Prince neighborhood of Sans-Fil,
unreservedly collapsed early
Saturday, and at least ten people, including children, were injured.
Sure the latest regrettable incident, the result of fast growing government
gross incompetence, has added to the citizens of Haiti and others' certainty.
In another news, the body of Monica Dorfeuille, wife of of the major
provincial, historical city of Gonaives' (western Haiti) police chief, Ernst
Dorfeuille Bouquet, was found Saturday on Morne Cabri (literally Goat Mountain),
north of the capital city of Port-au-Prince, less than two days after she was
kidnapped by armed gangs, in Petion-Ville, west of Port-au-Prince. Two fatal
shorts were pumped into the victim's head.
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