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.
Busting Sex Tourists in Dominican RepublicNewsweek - EuropeThree days earlier Matt, a former CIA agent and United States diplomat, had been posing with an undercover team as tourists looking to buy sex with children in the Dominican Republic's northern beach town of Sosua. The island's palm-fringed white ...and more »
LETTER: Eastbourne worse than Dominican Republic for potholes?Eastbourne HeraldDuring a recent holiday in the Dominican Republic I was warned not to hire a car for my visit as the roads were so badly pot-holed it made driving difficult and, at times quite hazardous. Looking at the state of the roads in Eastbourne these days it […]
Dominican Republic joins regional shipping initiativeDominican TodaySanto Domingo.– The Dominican Republic has agreed to an action plan for short-distance maritime shipping among the Mesoamerica Project countries, the Economy, Planning and Development Ministry said Tuesday. The proposal was drawn up last week ...and more »
Fox NewsBetter Lives Sought for Larimar Miners in Dominican RepublicABC NewsThe men in ragged clothes, many barefoot and covered in grime, scramble deep into the earth, searching for veins of a blue-green stone believed to exist only in the southwestern mountains of the Dominican Republic. The stone is larimar, and its ...Dominican Republic seeks to […]