Diaro Libre - DR Newspaper - front page 19 Nov 2013

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Domincan Newspaper Diaro Libre reports that the Dominican Republic strengthen its borders by sending more troops due to the 18 November 2013 protests that took place in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince and various provinces.

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