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  • Haiti World Cup Photo Gallery
    In this May 21, 2014 photo, Haitian artist Saintus Dieunor uses a photograph as a guide to paint a mural of Thiago, the son of Argentina's soccer layer Lionel Messi, on the body of a tap-tap passenger bus at a garage in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The brightly painted Haitian minibuses known as tap-taps are getting a bit more colorful in the lead up to the World Cup, and Messi's image seems to be the most popular.
    Dieu Nalio Chery | AP
  • Haiti World Cup Photo Gallery
    In this May 21, 2014 photo, a painting of Portugal's soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo decorates a tap-tap passenger bus in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The capital's public busses are getting covered by the faces of soccer stars ahead of the World Cup that starts in June in Brazil.
    Dieu Nalio Chery | AP
  • World Cup Count Down Photo Gallery
    In this May 22, 2014, photo, youths who are part of the Magic Football Club train on the beach of Cite Soleil in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. This year's World Cup soccer tournament will be be hosted by Brazil starting in June.
    Dieu Nalio Chery | AP
  • Haiti World Cup Photo Gallery
    In this May 23, 2014 photo, a tap-tap passenger bus is covered in paintings of soccer stars in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The passenger door has Argentina's Leonel Messi. Behind the wheel is Brazil's Ronaldinho, and next to him is Messi's son Thiago.
    Dieu Nalio Chery | AP
  • Haiti World Cup Photo Gallery
    In this May 21, 2014 photo, a mural of Portugal's soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo decorates the back of a tap-tap passenger bus, seen through the windshield of another bus, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Several artists have spent hours in a Port-au-Prince bus garage, decorating the vehicles with the faces of their favorite soccer players ahead of the World Cup in Brazil.
    Dieu Nalio Chery | AP
  • Haiti World Cup Photo Gallery
    In this May 21, 2014 photo, murals of Spain's soccer player Xavi Hernandez, left, Argentina's Lionel Messi with his son Thiago, and Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo decorate a tap-tap passenger bus in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The Caribbean country does not have a team playing at the upcoming World Cup soccer tournament in Brazil, but they have their favorite players.
    Dieu Nalio Chery | AP
  • Haiti World Cup Photo Gallery
    In this May 21, 2014 photo, a mural of Argentina's soccer player Angel di Maria decorates a tap-tap passenger bus in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The brightly painted Haitian minibuses known as tap-taps are getting a bit more colorful in the lead up to the World Cup that starts in June in Brazil.
    Dieu Nalio Chery | AP
  • Haiti World Cup Photo Gallery
    In this May 24, 2014 photo, a tap-tap passenger covered by murals of soccer players makes its way through the Croix-des-Bouquets area of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The murals from left to right are of Sweden's Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Brazil's Daniel Alves and Brazil's Neymar.
    Dieu Nalio Chery | AP
  • Haiti World Cup Photo Gallery
    In this May 22, 2014 photo, a painting of Argentina's soccer player Lionel Messi covers the back of a tap-tap passenger bus in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Several artists have spent hours in a Port-au-Prince bus garage, decorating the vehicles with the faces of their favorite soccer players, including Lionel Messi of Football Club Barcelona, who will play for his native Argentina in the tournament.
    Dieu Nalio Chery | AP
  • Haiti World Cup Photo Gallery
    In this May 22, 2014 photo, the Haiti license plate of a tap-tap passenger bus is surrounded by World Cup paintings in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The brightly painted Haitian minibuses known as tap-taps are getting a bit more colorful in the lead up to the World Cup that starts in June in Brazil.
    Dieu Nalio Chery | AP
  • APTOPIX Haiti World Cup Photo Gallery
    In this May 21, 2014 photo, a painting of soccer stars decorate a tap-tap passenger bus at a garage where buses are built in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. From left to right are Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo, Argentina's Lionel Messi, Sweden's Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and Brazil's Neymar. The brightly painted Haitian minibuses known as tap-taps are getting a bit more colorful in the lead up to the World Cup.
    Dieu Nalio Chery | AP
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