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Haiti: Studying at night in Gonaïves

From Haiti publishes a photo of students studying in front of the Hotel Heberson, which, according to blogger Baturrico (ES), “is one of the few places in Gonaïves which remain illuminated in the night, while the rest of the city is in darkness as a result of the rationing of electrical power.” Adds Baturrico: “Around exam time there are so many students studying by the light of the hotel's lamp posts that you'd think somebody had organised a flashmob.”

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