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They cite obstacles to face-to-face classes

Santo Domingo.-The state of deterioration of more than 6,000 public schools and the rebound in the coronavirus pandemic emerge as the main obstacles in the authorities’ intention to open face-to-face classes on the 25th of this month in…

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Luis Rojas has the temperament that the Metros need

Translation by ROOSEVELT COMARAZAMYcomarazamy_medina@hotmail.com — New York (From the NY Post) .- The first thing to note is that Luis Rojas has yet to achieve anything. His baptism in baseball could have come by fire after the Carlos…

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Uncover

The Minister of the Interior and Police, Jesús Vásquez Martínez, has uncovered another scandal with the contract for 22.7 million dollars that would have been awarded grade by grade to a company, to top it off without experience,…

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“Mafia” with minutes

The Central Electoral Board (JCE) scores a point when detecting and canceling the supposedly involved in an internal network that would be dedicated to the falsification of birth certificates for purposes of identification of people who did not…

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A lot of blood; Massacre Israel

With around 110 Palestinians killed by the intense bombing and attacks by the Israeli Army in the Gaza Strip, the military escalation that began a week ago has turned horrific. Many of the victims have not been fighters…

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AFP Reservations innovates services offered to clients

Santo Domingo.- The Reserve Pension Fund Administrator announced a series of improvements and innovations that it has developed to facilitate the customer experience of its members, on the occasion of the commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the…

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It’s now or never

For many years, decades perhaps, prevarication has been enthroned in the State and has metastasized in the public administration, so the time has come to proceed to a deep surgery on the legal anatomy of the public sector…

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Abinader: Government increases food production and guarantees solutions in the sector

MOCA, Espaillat. – President Luis Abinader affirmed this Saturday, in the celebration of Farmer’s Day, that his government has increased productivity, introduced reforms, injected financing and maintains a monitoring of the sector to guarantee the population’s nutrition. The…

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Leonel says he is not afraid of being investigated for corruption

SANTIAGO.- Former President Leonel Fernández considered that no one is above the law, so if the Public Ministry considers that there were criminal actions in their governments, it has a duty to investigate them, but is not afraid…

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LIVE: Farmer’s Day Act, from the Moca Recreational Club

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DNCD dismantles 19 drug trafficking networks in the last 9 months

LAS AMERICAS AIRPORT.- The National Drug Control Directorate (DNCD) has dismantled 19 gangs of drug traffickers and seized more than 21,000 kilos of cocaine and arrested 10,694 people in the last nine months. A statistical report provided to…

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Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals of Italy

ROME, Italy – Serbian No. 1 seed and reigning champion Novak Djokovic made a comeback at the restart of his quarter-final match against Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas and won his spot in the semi-finals of the Italian Open. Djokovic,…

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How did the Yankees contract Covid after vaccination?

By CANDICE CHOI— NEW YORK (AP) – A New York Yankees player and several team members tested positive for the coronavirus even though they were vaccinated, the club reported this week, highlighting that it is possible to contract…

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Justice notifies Venezuelan El Nacional embargo for Cabello’s lawsuit

Caracas (EFE) .- The Venezuelan Justice notified this Friday the executive embargo of its headquarters to the newspaper El Nacional, as part of the compensation for “moral damage” of more than 13 million dollars ordered by the Supreme…

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They repatriate 22 Cuban migrants intercepted by the US at sea

Miami (EFE) .- Twenty-two Cuban migrants were repatriated this Friday by the US Coast Guard as a result of two interceptions carried out in recent days in the waters of the Florida Straits, authorities reported. The first interception…

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Government extends current curfew hours until May 30

Santo Domingo.- President Luis Abinader issued Decree 319-21 this Friday, which maintains the validity of the measures provided in Decree 133-21 on the curfew and other provisions. In its article 1, the aforementioned decree explains that all the…

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600 packets of cigarettes seized on public transport bus

Members of the Army of the Dominican Republic seized this afternoon a shipment of 600 packages of Capital brand cigarettes that was smuggled on a public transport bus that covered the Santo Domingo-Jimaní route, Independencia province. It was…

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“365 DNI” will have several sequels on Netflix

The controversial erotic film “365 days” (365 dni) will have several sequels on Netflix with the famous protagonists Michele Morrone and Anna-Maria Siekluck. The actor himself shared on his Instagram Story an image from the dressing room preparing…

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Curfew expires on Sunday, government prepares decree

Santo Domingo.- The Dominican government will have to extend, reduce or eliminate the curfew, along with other restriction measures, since this Sunday the current decree that has established the measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic expires. The last…

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