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3,434 this year alone Border guard, D.R., checks Haitian woman's papers...Dominican authorities arrested 1,100 Haitians who crossed the country illegally through Dajabon province (northwest), military sources revealed Wednesday.
A Central Electoral Board (JCE) committee, led by its president Roberto Rosario, met with president Danilo Medina on Friday to discuss the agency's financial woes, a concern that local media have reported in the last few days. After the meeting,
Santiago.- The Public Health Ministry on Monday officially opened two hospitals in the municipal districts of Hato del Yaque and Baitoa, Santiago province, where 11 months ago then president Leonel Fernandez cut the ribbons despite not having any
Santo Domingo.- The release Wednesday of 12 of dore (gold-silver) bars retained by Customs at Las Americas Airport since May 1 could signal a breakthrough in the heated talks between Barrick Gold executives and government officials over a contract
National District prosecutor Yeni Berenice Reynoso decided yesterday not to take sides on the money laundering and malfeasance charges filed by the former presidential candidate Guillermo Moreno against former president Leonel Fernandez. During a
Former president Leonel Fernandez will visit Yale University as a Chubb Fellow on Tuesday, April 9, where he will deliver his speech "In the 21st Century: Does Latin America Matter?", to be broadcast live on the Yale YouTube channel. His talk will
A prosecutor in the Dominican Republic is deciding whether to open a criminal corruption case against three-term former President Leonel Fernandez. The allegations come from Guillermo Moreno, a former prosecutor and presidential candidate.
Tastings can be booked ahead, but it's recommended that visitors simply show up after 5 p.m., and ask the front desk to direct them. Palacio Duhau, which occupies a neoclassical palace whose next-door neighbour is the Vatican nunciature (a diplomatic
Fernandez said there was also growth throughout Latin America, mostly from raw material exports, for which there's a need of knowledge to transform production in the future. The former chief executive, accompanied by Education minister Josefina
36 AM Text Size: tool goes here Police say a stabbing Tuesday night in central Fresno may be drug-related...Mark Salazar said officers went to the Casa Blanca apartment complex in the 2200 block of North Marks Avenue about 9 p.m., where they found a