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There's no place quite like the Dominican Republic. That’s because its history is the result of an unlikely mixture of influences; nowhere else will you find a blending of European, African, and native Taíno Indian cultures.

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  • Canadian man slain at home in Dominican Republic resort town - The Globe and Mail
    Fox News LatinoCanadian man slain at home in Dominican Republic resort townThe Globe and MailA police spokesman in the Dominican Republic says an elderly Canadian man has been killed at his home in a resort town along the Caribbean coast. Spokesman Nelson Rosario says 81-year-old John Verne Ward was found dead Wednesday from ...Recapping Gardner-Webb Men's […]
  • The US weighs in on Brazil-Dominican Republic plane scandal - Dominican Today
    The US weighs in on Brazil-Dominican Republic plane scandalDominican TodaySanto Domingo.- Emails between then Air Force special projects director Col. Carlos Piccini, and executives of Brazil plane maker Embraer have allowed a close look into the conduct of the accused in the Super Tucano graft case. The electronic messaging ...
  • "The Dominican Republic will recover its place and continue expanding" - FreshPlaza
    FreshPlaza"The Dominican Republic will recover its place and continue expanding"FreshPlazaThe United States has removed some of its restrictions on the export of agricultural products from the Dominican Republic, which had been in force since 18 March, 2015, when the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) of the United States ...
  • New Dominican Republic AG Must Fight More than Crime - Insightcrime.org
    New Dominican Republic AG Must Fight More than CrimeInsightcrime.orgThe Dominican Republic's new attorney general faces big challenges in combatting the organized crime that has made the island nation a hub for drug trafficking in the Caribbean, and many of them start with improving the country's system of law enforcement.