Santo Domingo, Apr 13, 2009 (EFE via COMTEX) -- A Haitian man was beheaded by five of his countrymen during a fight in Mao, a city in the northwestern Dominican Republic, police said Monday. Ronaldo Dolville was killed Sunday in Mao, which is on the border with Haiti. Investigators are still trying to determine the motive for the fight, police said. Dolville's suspected killers managed to get away and are being sought by authorities, police said.
Port-au-Prince, Haiti - confirmation of records indicates from the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux report on documents that the people of Haiti had indeed suffered under a brutal military dictatorship from 1991 to 1994. It was told that the Haitian Armed Forces (FADH) and the paramilitary Revolutionary Front for the Advancement and Progress of Haiti (FRAPH) were the principal organizations behind a reign of terror against unarmed civilians that included at least 3,000 murders, 300,000 internal refugees, 40,000 boat people, 7,000 homes destroyed, and countless tortures, rapes, thefts, and beatings. However, since the return of democracy in 1994, the Haitian people have struggled to rebuild from this disaster.
Most Latin-Americans and even Haitian you do not even know what the ethnicity of a Haitian is. Due to extreme racial profiling, resentments and discrimination among many other racist reasons, some have chosen for certain groups what they feel is appropriate given their biases. Furthermore, because of the personal deep rooted views and opinion of some people of others as to what they think the Ethnicity of what certain groups are, perhaps all of that have as factors have something to do or is due to lack of education and knowledgeable historical facts. The Ethnicity of someone is not based solemnly that person's race, skin color or features and characteristic attributes or because that someone is a descendant of a certain human race.
Barrier breaking moments do not start with gold medals or trophies, but rather with the smaller victories from the people who pave the way.
And if Haiti ever wins the World Cup, it will have to thank the late Emmanuel "Manno" Sanon.
Sanon, 56, died after a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer and is expected to be mourned by more than 2 million fans when his body arrives from the Pax Villa funeral home in Orlando to his native Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Monday.
According to a news article on WALB.com, "an Albany man is facing a 22 count indictment for illegally trafficking firearms to Haiti.
Waking Vincent is being held in the Dougherty County Jail without bond. In July, Vincent told Dougherty County Police nine shotguns, rifles and handguns had been stolen from his home. Police say they later learned Vincent packed the guns inside a hollowed out television and shipped to a home in Miami.
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