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Stabbed 17 times, left to die in drain

Residents of Belize City woke up this morning to the sight of a corpse lying in the drain…and it wasn’t a case of death by natural causes. News 5′s Jacqueline [...]

F.B.I. nabs U.S. kidnapper in Belize

A tourist on vacation in Belize has cracked an international parental kidnapping case, just by being observant. Barb Quinlan and her fiancé, residents of Minnesota, were visiting San Pedro in [...]

Central Americans discuss nutrition

The twentieth meeting of the consultative council of the Institute of Nutrition of Central America opened this morning at the Radisson in Belize City. Over the next two days the [...]

I.D.B. rep says farewell to Belize

He landed in Belize just in time to meet the hurricanes and tropical storm that blew away not only homes, schools, and businesses, but also government’s economic plans. That Belize [...]

Mangroves still healthy, but need watching

A decade of environmental education has taught Belizean children that mangroves are important to the nation’s future. But that hasn’t necessarily stopped their destruction. Patrick Jones reports on a meeting [...]

Trekforce volunteers uncover ancient temples

It’s been described as a combination of boot camp, Peace Corps, and tropical vacation. But whatever you call it, for the last six weeks one hundred and twelve Trekforce volunteers [...]