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Why choosing crypto as legal tender could be an economic disaster for Caribbean

Crypto developers endeavouring to convince Caribbean governments to choose it as legal tender: Reports

PM Roosevelt Skerrit condemns deadly explosion at hotel in Cuba

 Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit expressed profound condolences to the Government and People of the Republic of Cuba after a deadly explosion at a hotel in Havan on Friday, May 6, 2022. 

PM Skerrit arrives in Cuba, will meet President Bermúdez and participate wreath ceremony

Prime Minister of Commonwealth of Dominica Dr. Roosevelt Skerrit reached the Republic of Cuba to commence various diplomatic talks with the delegations of the country through the official visit of three days.

PM Roosevelt Skerrit to pay official visit to Cuba for three days

Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, will be visited Cuba to discuss effective ways to strengthen the bilateral ties between the two countries. The visit of PM Skerrit could happen in the coming weeks. 

St Kitts and Nevis, Cuba sign cooperation agreement to deepen health relations

The government of St Kitts and Nevis and Cuba have updated their diplomatic relations as they have signed a new health cooperation agreement on Tuesday, March 22, 2022. 

Cuba: Hundreds of people to face serious prosecution after last summer protests

Hundreds of people in Cuba continue to face serious prosecution after historic protests erupted against the communist government last summer. Some of those people have already been arrested, including minors too.

Cuba becomes the only country vaccinating children as young as two against COVID-19

As the Sweden authorities have almost rejected the decision, and the report said the US is already deciding to approve it, the Chinese have started, but the Cubans have already vaccinated almost all young children against COVID-19.

Disabled Cuban children adopt jaguar and snakes as pets for therapy

Parents and teachers in Cuba said that baby jaguar and intricately coloured endemic boa known as the 'Maja' are among the exotic animals at Cuba's national zoo that provide unusually effective therapy to children with special requirements.

Cuban doctors kidnapped in Haiti, Kidnappers demands ransom

A Cuban doctor named Dr Daymara Perez, who has been working in Haiti since 2019, is currently at the Notre Dame Hospital in Petit-Goave, the southern region of Port-au-Prince. Ten days ago, she was travelling through the Martissant neighbourhood via public bus, on the south edge of Port-au-Prince, when the bus was stopped by an armed group that captured her and dragged her out of the bus.

Cuba: South African National Defence Force returns all the vials of COVID-19 drug Heberon

The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) plans to return all the vials of COVID-19 drug Heberon, which it borrowed and imported from Cuba by using illegal means.

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