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The country is one of seven Caribbean countries that criminalises same sex relationships.
Many citizens appear paralyzed in the face of so many confusing choices.
Migrants who leave their troubled country face more problems on the Caribbean island.
Despite massive investment, football is yet to truly take off in the region.
Hundreds living in Trinidad and Tobago face an uncertain future.
26 Oct 12
Informal “fines” form part of wider pattern of state corruption.
23 Oct 12
Alcohol and shortage of “ideological fervour” ruin festivities staged by neighbourhood watch body.
17 Oct 12
Parents remove children from unsanitary wards as staff struggle to cope.
17 Oct 12
Availability of basic items limited by cumbersome state rationing and distribution system.
11 Oct 12
Agreement to hold talks is important, but fighting continues and there is massive distrust between government and rebel guerrillas.
1 Oct 12
Medical students drafted in to help with health checks in Cienfuegos.
1 Oct 12
Cuban capital’s drainage systems badly need repairs.
26 Sep 12
Detained journalist says security service men promised to “eliminate” Hablemos Press.
25 Sep 12
Press rights group highlights absurdity of arresting Calixto Ramón Martínez Árias for reporting on matters of public interest.
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