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Posted Thursday, December 17, 2009          

"Haiti, not truly a nation where people are brutally murdered,

in broad daylight, rather a matter of perception," Haiti's fifth

Prime Minister?, Jean-Max Bellerive, since 2004, told the press

during his official visit in Canada this week. However, some of the  

unwanted realities of the dirt-poor Caribbean nation you will

immediately thereafter visualize, after accessing the related photographs,  

tell otherwise. It is certainly a small corner under the sun where numerous

corrosive gangs, in a primitive fashion, are fast increasingly terminating the

lives of honest, hard working citizens, and, yes, too, proprietors of business

enterprises, to name only these ones - both Haitian and foreign Images

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Canada's Governor General Michaelle Jean (R) meets with Haiti's Prime Minister at Rideau Hall in Ottawa December 17, 2009.
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