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Latest Dominica Items
The tiny Caribbean island nation of Dominica will be represented in its first-ever Winter Olympics by a husband-and-wife team whose Olympic dreams have gone from fading with middle age to becoming a reality.
Abbie Reese is one the secretive nuns let inside. And she wrote a book about them.
Without leaving his home in Dubai, Hadi Mezawi, a Palestinian, recently received a brand-new Dominican passport after sending a $100,000 contribution to the Caribbean island, My Fox New York reports.
A certified public accountant was sentenced Friday in Virginia to 54 months in prison in a half-billion-dollar fraud scheme affecting more than 3,500 victims throughout the United States and abroad, the Justice Department said.
Tropical Storm Isaac took aim at the Dominican Republic and Haiti on Thursday, and it was expected to gain strength after drenching tiny islands in its whirl over the eastern entrance to the Caribbean. There was a chance it could dump rain on next week's Republican convention in Florida.
It began with a smile at the starting line.
Two California men on a gay cruise of the Caribbean were arrested Wednesday in Dominica, where sex between two men is illegal.
Sun-kissed and amused by the brouhaha, Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin returned from a Caribbean getaway with no apologies for keeping his vacation destination a secret or for going there without his security detail.
With little primary material of Jean Rhys' life to be had, the temptation to take liberties is paramount. In "The Blue Hour," readers must take a leap of faith that Lillian Pizzichini has given us a life as she says her subject saw herself.