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Travel Alone Around The World

Alone, a scary word. No one wants to be alone. Loneliness kills and annihilates the people of this era. With the relentless craving to fill the void in life, people build a relationship with their counterparts out of frustration and other selfish reasons. Do you think that life will give you a partner, a friend who will always walk with you? No matter wherever you are, life teaches a lesson, “those who fly solo has the greatest courage to confront the challenges of life”.

One Social Platform to Connect Haitians Around the World (Diaspora)
One Social Platform to Connect Haitians Around the World (Diaspora)

You Know Haitian is a rich country in skilled workers, intelligent minds, and innovative ideas? The educational segment of people in Haitian was persecuted, assaulted, and discriminated from the François “Papa Doc” who attempted to erect his throne. Though the François “Papa Doc” was successful in making his way through the illicit ways. The one thing that was happened was the mass scale migration of the educated and able population.

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  • All US troops to withdraw from Afghanistan by September 11 April 13, 2021
    President Joe Biden will withdraw all US troops from Afghanistan before this year's 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, finally ending America's longest war despite mounting fears of a Taliban victory, officials said Tuesday.
  • Minnesota police chief, officer resign over death of Black motorist April 13, 2021
    The suburban Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot a Black motorist during an encounter that began as a routine traffic stop, and the police chief who called the slaying an apparent accident, both resigned on Tuesday following two nights of civil unrest.
  • PSG reach Champions League semi-finals after beating Bayern Munich April 13, 2021
    Paris Saint-Germain knocked holders Bayern Munich out of the Champions League on Tuesday despite Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting scoring against his old club as a 1-0 defeat in the second leg at the Parc des Princes could not prevent the French giants from winning a tremendous quarter-final tie on away goals.
  • Benin's Talon reelected president with 86 percent of vote April 13, 2021
    Benin's President Patrice Talon was easily re-elected to a second term, provisional results showed Tuesday, after a weekend election critics said was already stacked in his favour following a crackdown on his opponents.
  • French winegrowers hit by rare frost brace for bleak harvest April 13, 2021
    First came US taxes on French wines, then the pandemic and the dumping of gallons of unsold wine and champagne as France shutdown and alcohol consumption plummeted. Now winemakers and fruit growers are facing one of their bleakest harvests after a three-day agricultural disaster blanketed crops in frost. Though the government has pledged financial aid, many […]
  • Biden urges Putin to ease Ukraine tensions, proposes summit April 13, 2021
    US President Joe Biden told his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to ease mounting tensions with neighboring Ukraine Tuesday, joining a pushback against a build-up of troops along their border which has raised alarm among NATO allies.
  • UN rights chief fears Myanmar could be heading towards 'full-blown' conflict April 13, 2021
    The UN rights chief warned Tuesday Myanmar could be spiralling towards a "full-blown" Syrian-style conflict, after a two-month crackdown that a local monitoring group says has already claimed more than 700 lives.
  • No, French police didn’t protest Covid lockdown by tossing their handcuffs to the ground April 13, 2021
    A video that started circulating on social media in the United States and Brazil, before appearing on French social media on April 7, shows French police officers tossing their handcuffs on the ground. Contrary to the rumours circulating online, these police officers did not carry out this action to protest lockdown measures.
  • French patients with 'long Covid' face uphill battle to recovery April 13, 2021
    Jennifer and Matthieu, sufferers of 'long Covid', have a lot in common. They're both in their mid-thirties, caught Covid-19 in March 2020, and suffered mild flu-like symptoms at the time. They have both seen their lives turned upside down as they've since struggled with long-term symptoms, including difficulty breathing, trouble concentrating and chest pain. But while treatment programmes for […]
  • France suspends all Brazil flights over Covid-19 variant fears April 13, 2021
    France is suspending all flights to and from Brazil to curb the spread of a new Covid-19 variant found in the South American country, Prime Minister Jean Castex said on Tuesday.