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Minister: 8 tourism deaths in Dominican Republic not unusual

Seattle Times Friday, 21 June 2019
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) — The Dominican Republic’s tourism minister says the deaths of eight American tourists on the island this year are a statistically normal phenomenon, not a mystery. Tourism Minister Francisco Javier García says autopsies show the tourists died of natural causes. He says five of those autopsies are complete, and three […]
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Business Insider reports At least 10 US tourists have died while staying at all-inclusive resorts in the Dominican Republic since June 2018. Several other US tourists have claimed they were poisoned at a Dominican Republic resort. Additionally, a Delaware woman, Tammy Lawrence-Daley, claimed she was...

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