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  1. Erika Dissipates as Tropical Storm: National Hurricane CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | News Max

    Waves breaking into the seafront in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on August 28, 2015. Tropical Storm Erika left at least 12 people dead in its wake when it swept over the island of Dominica on Friday then rolled on to pummel the Dominican Republic.

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  2. Tropical Storm Erika lashes Caribbean islands and heads for FloridaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | The Age

    A member of the Emergency Operations Committee monitors the trajectory of Tropical Storm Erika via satellite in Santo Domingo. Miami : Tropical Storm Erika threatened Haiti and the Dominican Republic with heavy rain and strong winds on Friday as it swirled across the Caribbean and geared up for a run at South Florida, the US National Hurricane Centre said.

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  3. Tropical Storm Erika likely to bring plenty of rain to South FloridaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Local10.com

    Gov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency in Florida in preparation of Tropical Storm Erika, which appears poised to impact the state. "As governor, I am responsible to meet the dangers presented to this state and its people by this emergency," Scott said in his executive order.

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  4. Savoring the good life in Spain's Sherry TriangleRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2015 | Los Angeles Times

    Bodegas Emilio Lustau in Jerez de la Frontera, where the best barrels of sherry are kept in the sacristy. Lunch at 3. Dinner at 10:30 or 11. It took me just a day to slide into the rhythms of Andalusia in southern Spain and become the night owl I'd always wanted to be, ending the evening past midnight with a glass of amontillado at a bar on the square.

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  5. Dominican Republic fears tourism boycott over citizenship rulingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 29, 2015 | USA Today

    A 2013 decision by Dominican Republic's Supreme Court effectively stripped tens of thousands of people of their nationality retroactively, prompting some activists to call for a boycott of the country. Dominican Republic fears tourism boycott over citizenship ruling A 2013 decision by Dominican Republic's Supreme Court effectively stripped tens of thousands of people of their nationality retroactively, prompting some activists to call for a boycott of the country.

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  6. Fabiola Santiago: Miamians need to speak up against deportation of Dominican-HaitiansRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2015 | The Miami Herald

    Migrants, mostly Haitians, show officers their documents as they wait their turn to register for legal residency at the Interior Ministry in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Tuesday, June 16, 2015. The head of the immigration agency in the Dominican Republic says the country is ready to resume deporting non-citizens without legal residency after putting the practice on hold for a year.

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  7. Spanish region of La Rioja is rich in historic sites, vineyardsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2015 | The Olympian

    The Cathedral of Santo Domingo de la Calzada is a station on the Way of St. James. The cathedral was the site of a famous miracle performed by Saint Dominic in the Middle Ages.

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  8. Prince Albert hits Spain for Pierre's bachelor partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 17, 2015 | Hellomagazine.com

    With his wedding just around the corner, Princess Caroline 's son Pierre Casiraghi has already gotten the celebrations started. And where would a Monaco royal throw his lavish bachelor party, with guests like uncle Prince Albert ? A castle, of course! According to Spanish newspaper The Vanguardia , Pierre joined his closest buddies to celebrate his last days of singledom at Requesens Castle , a fortress dating back to the ninth century, just north of Barcelona.

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  9. Many leave Dominican Republic for Haiti to avoid deportationRead the original story

    Jul 16, 2015 | Norwalk Citizen News

    In this June 25, 2015 photo, a moving truck loaded with furniture approaches the border with Haiti, in Dajabon, Dominican Republic. Thousands of people from Haiti or merely of Haitian descent aren't waiting to find out if they will be forcibly removed from the Dominican Republic now that the deadline has passed to apply for legal residency.

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  10. Many leave Dominican Republic for Haiti to avoid deportationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 13, 2015 | SFGate

    In this June 25, 2015 photo, a moving truck loaded with furniture approaches the border with Haiti, in Dajabon, Dominican Republic. Thousands of people from Haiti or merely of Haitian descent aren't waiting to find out if they will be forcibly removed from the Dominican Republic now that the deadline has passed to apply for legal residency.

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  11. Many leave Dominican Republic for Haiti to avoid deportationRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 13, 2015 | The Beaumont Enterprise

    In this June 25, 2015 photo, a moving truck loaded with furniture approaches the border with Haiti, in Dajabon, Dominican Republic.

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  12. Haiti appeals for international help as OAS prepares to visit HispaniolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 8, 2015 | The Miami Herald

    Haitian migrant Jackner Gilot poses with his new credentials and those of his family, which allows them to live and work in the Dominican Republic for two years as "non-resident'' foreigners, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Monday, July 6, 2015. A group of 260 people were the first foreigners to receive the credentials.

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  13. After Dominican Republic pulls up welcome mat, Haitians ask 'what next'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2015 | Christian Science Monitor

    Hundreds of thousands of Haitian immigrants and Dominican-born children of immigrants are waiting to see if the government initiates mass deportations next month. Hundreds of Haitians participate in a march organized by sugar cane workers in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, June 25, 2015.

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  14. Waiting to be Deported in Santo DomingoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2015 | New Yorker

    On a grim, treeless street in central Santo Domingo, a few miles from where Bartholomew Columbus established this, the Americas' first European-founded city, the Interior Ministry of the Dominican Republic rises fourteen stories from a plinth of ridged concrete. The official name of the complex, the Juan Pablo Duarte Government Offices, honors a hero of the D.R.'s fight for independence, in the nineteenth century.

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  15. Prize-winning authors decry deportations in Dominican RepublicRead the original story

    Jun 26, 2015 | The Gleaner

    Two prize-winning, US-based authors with roots in a divided Caribbean island are urging a range of protests against the deportations of migrants from the Dominican Republic. Dominican-American writer Junot Diaz and Haitian-American writer Edwidge Danticat rallied Wednesday night with about 150 activists and community members in Miami, calling for political pressure, travel boycotts, and consumer choices over items such as sugar to strip power from the governments and corporations benefiting from a policy that they say targets black migrants.

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  16. Basking in Seville's glowRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2015 | Yahoo!

    It was one of those lazy mornings in Seville, where the city's 25,000 orange trees - found along the main roads as well as the maze of alleyways - were starting to groan under the weight of the new season's crop, which is traditionally harvested in January and February. Best not to pick one - it's against the law and carries a fine - though the bitter taste of the oranges makes them unpalatable when fresh but exceptional in a marmalade.

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  17. Petition calls for U.S. to intervene in deportation of Haitian-born DominicansRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2015 | CBC News

    Haitian Jaquenol Martinez shows a card that proves that he has worked in the Dominican sugar cane fields since 1963, while trying to apply for a temporary resident permit, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, on Monday. Hundreds of Haitians are waiting in long lines trying to secure legal residency as they face the threat of deportation.

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  18. Deadline looms for legal status in Dominican RepublicRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2015 | Daily Journal

    People waited anxiously in long lines throughout the Dominican Republic on Wednesday, eager to submit applications for legal residency before a midnight deadline and avoid possible deportation. Many had been waiting since the night before, clutching documents they hoped would be sufficient to establish their legal status and allow them to stay in a country that, for some at least, is the only home they have ever known.

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  19. Deadline looms for legal status in Dominican RepublicRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2015 | The Republic

    People waited anxiously in long lines throughout the Dominican Republic on Wednesday, eager to submit applications for legal residency before a midnight deadline and avoid possible deportation. Many had been waiting since the night before, clutching documents they hoped would be sufficient to establish their legal status and allow them to stay in a country that, for some at least, is the only home they have ever known.

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  20. Fear of Deportation in the Dominican RepublicRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2015 | New Yorker

    On both the eastern and western sides of the island of Hispaniola, many have feared this day, when an estimated two hundred and ten thousand Dominicans of Haitian descent will become stateless. Even though they were born and raised in the Dominican Republic and often speak no language other than Spanish, starting today, they can be expelled from their country and deported to Haiti, along with hundreds of thousands of Haitian immigrants.

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