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The Puerto Plata regional command said it is investigating the case because the victim was found with his hands tied and his mouth gagged, Dominican Today said.
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National airline Winair started its new route to Santo Domingo via Curacao on Monday, a day after the airline started servicing another new route, Tortola, as part of its expansion into the greater Caribbean.
Link to Fitch Ratings' Report: 2014 Outlook: Central America and the Dominican RepublicSAN SALVADOR, December 16 The rating outlook for banks in Central America and Dominican Republic is stable, according to a new Fitch Ratings report.
Since the September 23 ruling by the Dominican Republic's top Constitutional Court to revoke citizenship to Haitian born children in the DR after 1929, many Haitians have been slaughtered in the Dominican Republic.
Plus, fears of a new 'gas war' as Gazprom pressures Ukraine to pay its bills, and a Polish archbishop may face trial for abusing boys in the Dominican Republic.
La Romana is one of the most popular destinations in the world, counting among its attractions the famous Altos de Chavon: a re-creation of a medieval European village.
Carolyn Danforth, 63, formerly of Westborough, died Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013 at Ichabod Washburn Hospice Residence in Worcester after a long battle with cancer.
At Rafael Ramirez's bake shop that bears his name, the modest display cases of cupcakes, pastries and small cakes are the tip of the sugar iceberg.
The Washington Nationals lost one player, catcher Adrian Nieto, in the major league phase of this morning's Rule 5 Draft, then selected two players, one each, from the Cincinnati Reds and New York Mets' organizations in the minor league phase of the draft.
The Dominican Journalists Union has expressed its alarm at the number of journalists taken to court over the last two months and has called on the authorities to investigate the situation.
An interview with Miguel Ceara-Hatton Note by Professor Norman Girvan: Miguel Ceara-Hatton is one of the most knowledgeable and respected economists in the Dominican Republic.
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