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Cryptocurrency champion John McAfee is a free man once more, minus one boat, after a brush with authorities in the Dominican Republic that saw him detained less than a week after he claimed the CIA had tried to “collect” him.
The recent recognition of Beijing’s One China policy by three Latin American countries has prompted the US to recall its ambassadors from the Dominican Republic, El Salvador and Panama.
A British man who flew to the Dominican Republic to meet his online girlfriend only to be turned down for being cash-strapped has become the island’s new celebrity. The Welshman is now stranded in the country.
Images of the devastating impact of Hurricane Irma have filled social media, showing how the deadly storm system has reduced tranquil Caribbean island paradises to ruins.
A radio producer and a presenter were shot and killed at the FM 103.5 radio station located within a shopping mall in San Pedro de Macoris, just east of capital city of Santo Domingo on Tuesday.
Biologists have announced the discovery of the first-ever fossil specimens of flowering plants, possibly 15 million years old, that have been preserved in amber all this time.
Someone wanted to suck out the Caribbean - at least this is what a weird waterspout witnesses saw near Santo Domingo looks like on the numerous pictures uploaded to Instagram.
The mosquito virus chikungunya has left almost 500,000 people ill, and 109 of them are newborn babies, according to an official in the Dominican Republic hit by the disease.
At least 14 Latin American and Caribbean countries have used or purchased drones, an Argentine human rights lawyer said Friday. With the exception of Brazil, none of the countries have laws regulating the domestic use of drones.