News & Updates
- Amendment to add US$8 billion to 2019 National Budget
- Constitutional Court judges to be chosen on 10 December
- WoodMac to prepare DR for petrol exploration and exploitation
- Another loan for energy
- Road traffic deaths still high
- Despite unrest in Haiti, bi-national market takes place
- ECLAC: Concern over level of femicides in the region
- Malaria on the increase in the region due to Venezuela
- Protocol experts in Santo Domingo for congress
- Bishop Pablo Cedano dies
- Protests in San Cristobal for lack of water
- Major cocaine haul, ship cleared to leave for Haiti
- Two Russian honeymooners die in motorcycle accident
- Daniil Trifonov to play at the National Theater
- Ballads, boleros and Christmas songs at the Barceló Santo Domingo
- Extra date for Amaury Sánchez’s “Mamma Mía”
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