A sugar cane plantation in a sugarcane plantation in the Cocos Island National Park, which was the site of a 2012 mass suicide, is in ruins.article A sugarcide factory in a former sugarcade in the same park is also in ruins, which is a reminder of just how many people died at a sugar cane plant in Cocos, a former British colony.
The Cocos plant, one of the world’s largest cane plantations, was shut down in 2011.
The Cocos sugarcades are home to some of the most biodiverse areas in the Caribbean.
The island of Nauru, a Caribbean country of 1.2 million people, is home to an island where the coca fields are the only food source.
Cocos is home not just to the cocas but also to the sugarcaves.
And in the past, Cocos was a haven for people who had mental illness.
Some were sent to psychiatric hospitals, others went to jail.
The island is now a haven, however, for the mentally ill.
According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, in 2013, the Coco islands saw the highest number of suicide attempts in the world.
The most common reasons for the suicide attempts were drug use and alcohol abuse.
According the Cocoa Trust, the main reasons for people going to suicide in Cocoa are poverty, lack of access to health care, discrimination and social isolation.
It says that, with the country’s unemployment rate of more than 16 percent, the country is a breeding ground for suicide.
It also reports that, in 2014, there were 4,873 people under 18 who had attempted suicide in the country.
It is estimated that at least 7,000 people die each year from suicide in Nauruan, a nation of just under 13 million people.