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Dominican Republic : Country Profile

Area: 48,730 sq km (18,704 sq miles)
Population: 9,378,818 (2011 est.)
Capital City: Santo Domingo de Guzmán, Distrito Nacional (but referred to as Santo Domingo or Distrito Nacional) (pop. 2.359.327-2011). Second largest city: Santiago de los Caballeros (pop. 942,509).
People: Mixed 73%, European 16%, African origin 11%
Language(s): Spanish
Religion(s): Christian (Mostly Roman Catholic) 95% Other 5% (Jewish, Muslim, Hindu)

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What to do if your holiday has been hit by Hurricane Irma: How to check if your ...
Mirror.co.uk What to do if your holiday has been hit by Hurricane Irma: How to check if your destination is safe, travel ... Mirror.co.uk Irma is a category five hurricane, the highest possible level. It's said to be the most powerful Atlantic storm in a decade, it has sustained wind speed...
How to change travel plans as Hurricane Irma bears down - CNBC
CNBC How to change travel plans as Hurricane Irma bears down CNBC "Interests elsewhere in the Dominican Republic and Haiti, as well as Cuba, the northwestern Bahamas, and Florida should monitor the progress of Irma," the advisory notes. ... Irma is a named storm, so it's too late...
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Chicago Tribune After Irma and Harvey, will Congress finally fix national flood insurance ? Chicago Tribune With the Hurricane Irma pounding Florida with historic intensity and Hurricane Harvey leaving unprecedented levels of flooding in parts of Texas, Congress is back in session ? and, coinci...
Hurricane Maria Knocks Out Power, Floods Puerto Rico - Voice of America
Voice of America Hurricane Maria Knocks Out Power, Floods Puerto Rico Voice of America Hurricane Maria strengthened Thursday as it approached the Turks and Caicos islands, while continuing to dump more heavy rain on Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic , according to the U.S. National Hurrica...
Natural Disasters Begin to Hit Profits of Global Reinsurers - Insurance Journal
Natural Disasters Begin to Hit Profits of Global Reinsurers Insurance Journal Hannover Re's statement came as Hurricane Maria was on its way to the Dominican Republic after pummeling Puerto Rico and as rescue workers in Mexico were searching for survivors after an earthquake this week kill...
Maria weakens as Jose lingers by New England - The Insurance Insider (subscripti...
Livemint Maria weakens as Jose lingers by New England The Insurance Insider (subscription) Hurricane Maria, now a Category 2 storm, has moved away from Puerto Rico and is moving offshore to the northeast of the Dominican Republic . In its latest public advisory, the National Hurricane Center (N...
Irma leaves trail of death, destruction as Haiti, Dominican Republic brace for i...
Fox News Irma leaves trail of death, destruction as Haiti, Dominican Republic brace for impact Fox News Florida also faced two sobering facts: Many of its homeowners lack flood insurance , and FEMA -- the Federal Emergency Management Agency, charged with handling such crises -- was already sp...
How to Gauge Whether Irma Will Be an Insurance Catastrophe - Wall Street Journal...
Wall Street Journal (subscription) How to Gauge Whether Irma Will Be an Insurance Catastrophe Wall Street Journal (subscription) Hurricane Irma, one of the strongest Atlantic storms in years, has already pounded several Caribbean islands and threatens lives and catastrophic damage in the Domi...
Hurricane Irma: travel implications as storm heads towards Cuba and Florida - Th...
The Independent Hurricane Irma: travel implications as storm heads towards Cuba and Florida The Independent But Thomas Cook is offering free amendments or cancellations for travellers booked to the Dominican Republic and Cuba up to and including Sunday 10 September. The firm has sent 18 member...
 
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