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New Multi Million Dollar Dominican Republic Mansion for Rafael Nadal

Currently you can find tennis great, Rafael Nadal in the new Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition with model Bar Refaeli, but he is also celebrating his new home in the Dominican Republic. continue reading »

Cocaine Found on JetBlue Plane Coming in From Dominican Republic

On Feb. 9, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at Logan International Airport seized approximately 8.9 kilograms of cocaine that was discovered on a JetBlue flight that originated in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. continue reading »

Number of Dead, Undocumented Dominicans Tops 40 from Shipwreck

The death toll from the sinking over the weekend of a small boat carrying migrants from the Dominican Republic to Puerto Rico has risen to 43, with the search for the missing continuing, a navy commander told Efe Wednesday. continue reading »

Dominican Republic Obtains $130 Million in Loans to Upgrade Toll Roads & Tourist Loaded Highways

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) approved its largest single no-sovereign guaranteed transaction in the Dominican Republic with a $130 million senior secured loan for Dominicana de Vías Concesionadas, C. por A. to finance the rehabilitation, construction, operation and maintenance of a network of connecting toll roads, known as Viadom. continue reading »

Four Earthquakes Rattle Dominican Republic this Month, Including One This Morning

There have been four earthquakes rattling the Dominican Republic this month, including one this morning occurring at approximately 10:30 a.m. and measuring 4.5. continue reading »

Dominican Selling Fake Visas Calls in 13 Bomb Threats to U.S. Embassy to Cover Up Fraud

Dominican, Maria Velez de Alli is accused of making 13 false bomb threats to the American consulate in the Dominican Republican to cover visa fraud activities. continue reading »

Dominican Reports 5-Year, $500 Million Investment to Combat Cholera is Paying Off

Following up on a government announcement that US$500 million would be spent to rid the country of cholera in the next five years, Listin Diario reports that during a visit made to specialized cholera centers early this week there were practically no patients. continue reading »

Dominican Republic Repatriates 1st Group Deported from U.S. in 2012, 132 Ex-Convicts

The Dominican Republic repatriated the first group of Dominican citizen’s deported from the U.S. – 132 criminals. This first group arrived yesterday at Las Americas Airport on a special plane chartered by Immigration and Naturalization Service. continue reading »

Lawyer Recognizes His Client During Armed Robbery Proceeds to Shoot him Dead

A lawyer in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic apparently shot three robbers, one of which was his client. continue reading »

Mario Vargas Llosa Honored in Dominican Republican, Praises Country’s ‘Hold’ on Democracy

Nobel Prize for Literature laureate Mario Vargas Llosa said on Wednesday, December 28, 2010 upon receiving an honorary degree from UNSPEC, that the Dominican Republic has become an example for Latin America continue reading »

Mirabel Sisters Killed by Dictator Trujillo Remembered Today on International Day of Non-Violence

Today the world commemorates International Day of Non-Violence against Women, and the Dominican Republic remembers the three Mirabal sisters who were murdered by dictator Rafael Leonidas Trujillo's henchmen on this day in 1960. continue reading »

Center for Disease Control Issues Outbreak Notice for Cholera in the Dominican Republic

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) an outbreak of cholera has been ongoing in the Dominican Republic since November 2010. continue reading »

Banks in Dominican Republic Now Required to Report on Americans’ Bank Accounts

Starting on July 1, 2013, banking entities in the Dominican Republic will be asked to report on accounts held by United States citizens in the Dominican Republic. continue reading »

Dominican Banks Now Required to Report on American’s Bank Accounts

Starting on July 1, 2013, banking entities in the Dominican Republic will be asked to report on accounts held by United States citizens in the Dominican Republic. continue reading »

U.S. and Dominican Republic Agree to Share Forfeited Assets from $80 Million Fraud Case

Attorney General Eric Holder joined today with Dominican Prosecutor General Radhamés Jiménez Peña in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, to announce continue reading »

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder in Dominican Republic

The Attorney General of the United States is visiting the Dominican Republic this Monday. Eric Holder will meet with President Leonel Fernandez at his office in the Presidential Palace. continue reading »

Illegal Immigration to Puerto Rico from Dominican Republic Down

So far in 2011, the Puerto Rican authorities have detained 932 undocumented people trying to get into Puerto Rico. Not all were citizens of the Dominican Republic continue reading »

Dominican Students Stage Their Own #Occupy to Demand Quality Education

A group of 25 young people calling themselves Los Libertarios occupied the Liceo Republica de Argentina on Calle las Mercedes in the Colonial Zone on Sunday evening continue reading »

Dominican Republic to Bestow Actor Danny Glover with Honorary PhD for His International Work

US actor and producer Danny Glover, one of the stars invited to the Global Dominican Film Festival which will be held in Santo Domingo from November 15 until 20 continue reading »

Male Model and Surfer Arrested in Dominican Republic for Selling ‘Cigar-Sized’ Joints

Dominican Republic authorities are reporting that Richard Michael Spelman, a California surf instructor and male model can be detained for a year without bail, while prosecutors prepare a drug trafficking case against him. continue reading »