Press freedom advocate Reporters Without Borders placed the Dominican Republic as a moderately free country for the media, ranking it above Cuba, but below neighboring Haiti and Jamaica.
Catrachos has qualified for consecutive World Cups for the first time in the nation’s history.
Minors from the Valley of the Apurímac, Ene and Mantaro Rivers (VRAEM), the largest illegal coca-growing region in Peru, use soccer to shape a drug-free future.
New Law 12961/2014 gives police officers 25 days to destroy confiscated narcotics.
In 2015, tourists can see mining developments, learn copper extraction and refining and marvel at the size of the machinery used in large-scale mining.
Authorities are preventing human trafficking by employing a massive messaging system to disseminate information about missing minors.
The potential for terrorist attacks is a major concern at the World Cup, according to the Brazilian Intelligence Agency (ABIN).
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