The Dominican Republic will create a military force to monitor the border shared with Haiti, after months of heightened tensions between the two neighbors. Army, Navy and Air Force soldiers will form a unit to guard the 243-mile border, Sigfrido Pared Pérez, head of the Dominican armed forces, said Tuesday. They’ll begin work in January or February. ”The specialized unit will have as its mission to patrol all areas that are contiguous with the neighboring country,” Pared told The Associated Press. Full Story
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