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Dominican Republic deaths: Tourist becomes eighth American to mysteriously die at Caribbean holiday destination

WorldNews Monday, 17 June 2019
Dominican Republic deaths: Tourist becomes eighth American to mysteriously die at Caribbean holiday destinationThe FBI has been called in to help investigate the deaths of eight American tourists in the Dominican Republic. One possible line of inquiry reportedly being looked into is whether bootleg alcohol is to blame for the spate of deaths and illnesses in resorts at the popular Caribbean holiday destination. Some of those who died are reported to have consumed alcohol from the minibar in their hotel room before their deaths – however it is not known whether there is any connection at this stage....
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News video: Eyebrows Are Raising About So Many Americans Dying In The Dominican Republic

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In the past year, 13 American tourists were assaulted, died, or were sickened while vacationing in the Dominican Republic. And according to Business Insider, nearly all the incidents have been suspicious. The country is a popular vacation destination, and in 2018, the tourism industry accounted for...

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