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The State department said the FBI ruled out methanol poisoning from alcohol for the deaths. [Read More]
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The Washington Blade in recent years has significantly expanded its coverage of LGBTI issues outside the mainland U.S. The Blade since 2012 has reported from... [Read More]
A man who was deported to the Dominican Republic in 2016 after several criminal convictions was arrested this week and charged with fatally stabbing his... [Read More]
According to the State Department, toxicology tests done by the FBI were consistent with the findings of local authorities. [Read More]
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The Dominican Republic's tourism minister said in June that the deaths were not part of any mysterious series of fatalities but were a statistically normal... [Read More]
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Toxicology test results find no evidence of foul play in deaths of 3 Americans in the Dominican Republic. [Read More]
A man from the Dominican Republican visiting his brother in Watsontown died after being ejected onto the interstate and struck by two other vehicles early... [Read More]
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A 22-year-old man from the Dominican Republic, who was staying locally with his brother in Watsontown, was killed during an early-morning accident Saturday on I-80. [Read More]
The FBI ruled out poisoned alcohol as the cause of two American tourists' deaths in the Dominican Republic in May, bolstering the country's findings that... [Read More]
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Toxicology tests done by the FBI confirmed that three American tourists visiting the Dominican Republic died of natural causes. [Read More]
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The State Department says FBI toxicology reports on the mysterious deaths of U.S. tourists in the Dominican Republic showed no evidence inconsistent with the island... [Read More]
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The State department said the FBI ruled out methanol poisoning from alcohol for the deaths. [Read More]
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FBI toxicology reports ruled out foul play in the deaths of at least three U.S. tourists to the Dominican Republic, the State Department said Friday. [Read More]
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The Caribbean country was thrown into a crisis this year by a spate of tourist deaths. The F.B.I. finding has bolstered Dominican authorities' claim that... [Read More]
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FBI toxicology tests have determined that the deaths of three American tourists in the Dominican Republic were due to natural causes, a US State Department... [Read More]
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The findings are consistent with those presented by Dominican authorities. [Read More]
Miranda Schaup-Werner died on May 25, and Nathaniel Holmes and Cynthia Day died five days later... [Read More]
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FBI toxicology results show the deaths of three American tourists in the Dominican Republic, including a local woman, were due to natural causes. [Read More]
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FBI toxicology tests have determined that the deaths of three U.S. tourists in the Dominican Republic were due to natural causes, a U.S. State Department... [Read More]
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FBI toxicology tests have determined that the deaths of three American tourists in the Dominican Republic were due to natural causes, a US State Department... [Read More]
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