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Werley Nortreus

Werley Nortreus

Werley Nortreus is a musician, author, entrepreneur, writer, and politician from Haiti. He graduated from business and political science school and he has contributed towards political movements and activism like Haitians Lives Matter and Black Lives Matter movements for years. He is the founder of a political movement and a political party called Haitians Lives Matter and Vanyan Sòlda Ayiti. After years of experience in writing and journalism, he becomes a news contributor for radio stations and tv stations as well.

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Americas1 hour ago

Beneath the Skin of America’s Protest

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Intelligence4 hours ago

Turkey Faced With Revolt Among Its Syrian Proxies Over Libyan Incursion

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Newsdesk5 hours ago

The Great Reset: A Unique Twin Summit to Begin 2021

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Defense7 hours ago

Preparing For The Next Round Of Belligerent Nationalism

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International Law9 hours ago

Sikhs And Justice: An International Humanitarian Law Approach To The Study Of Operation Bluestar

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Economy11 hours ago

The COVID-19 Pandemic and the “Phoenix” of the Globalized Technological Capitalist System?

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Newsdesk13 hours ago

Global manufacturing production drops sharply due to economic disruptions caused by COVID-19

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