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What We Know About the Dominican Republic Tourist Deaths

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
Six Americans have died at resorts on the popular Caribbean island, and their families are raising questions about the circumstances.
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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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