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Reading the Prensa Libre, I came across this article, it seems to me it’s more about confusing people than anything else. It’s a lengthy article but worth the time so you can understand what it is we are getting into.
The Spanish Version Preocupa a Guatemala traba a referendo con Belice
Autoridades guatemaltecas expresaron su [...]Continue Reading →
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
THE PRIVATE SECTOR RELEASE ON CRIME
-For Immediate Release-
The Private Sector is gravely concerned about the recent acts of violence in Belize. Although we are less than 3 weeks into the New Year, there has already been a sharp increase in crime, escalating last week with a quadruple murder [...]Continue Reading →
On January 11, 2013 By FiWeBelize
DENVER – The Obama administration quietly issued a new rule this week designed to ease the pathway to legal status for many of the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants by allowing them to sidestep a legal requirement that they apply for a visa in their home country and wait – the same painstaking, time consuming and [...]Continue Reading →
Micah Goodin has been featured many times on our newscast for his youthful and outspoken position on various social issues. His most recent appearance was on behalf of the 500 new students at the University of Belize who are forced to pay an addition $150 in registration fees.
Well tonight, he is not wearing the [...]Continue Reading →
This old clip shows CIA officials admitting the agency’s infiltration of mainstream media in order to influence public opinion and to manipulate the thoughts and values of Americans. Did things change since 1975? Nope. Actually, things are much worse as the merger of media companies into a very small number of mega-conglomerates made the “filtering” [...]Continue Reading →
On December 19, 2012 By FiWeBelize
Three residents including a female, along with their families and the wider community of San Pedro Town, are calling for “justice” into what they call plain view “brutality” and use of “unnecessary” force by police officers attached to the San Pedro Police Formation. The officers include a woman police constable (WPC) and a corporal of [...]Continue Reading →
On December 18, 2012 By FiWeBelize
Illicit Financial Flows From Developing Countries: 2001-2010
A new report by Global Financial Integrity, a Washington-based group that campaigns for financial accountability reports that crime, corruption and tax evasion have cost the developing world nearly $6 trillion over the past decade, and illicit funds keep growing, led by China which accounted for almost half of [...]Continue Reading →
A court challenge has delayed plans to expel a Texan student for refusing to wear a radio tag that tracked her movements.
Religious reasons led Andrea Hernandez to stop wearing the tag that revealed where she was on her school campus.
The tags were introduced to track students and help tighten control of school [...]Continue Reading →
On November 13, 2012 By FiWeBelize
Mon, November 12, 2012 – By 7News
Tonight, Belize is making major international headlines because the controversial US and British citizen John McAfee is wanted for questioning in connection with a murder.
It happened north of San Pedro sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning. The victim is McAfee’s neighbor – and [...]
On November 1, 2012 By FiWeBelize
Originally posted on Amandala
The vastly divided opinions of the Maya of Toledo on the very contentious issue of petroleum exploration have rival rural factions at loggerheads, with leading environmental and cultural activists from the south waging a new battle against both the Government of Belize and US Capital Energy, which they contend are not [...]Continue Reading →
On November 1, 2012 By FiWeBelize
Originally posted on News5
The environmental community has come out in full support of the Maya Leaders Alliance and the Toledo Alcaldes Association because of what they believe is a botched consultation in Sundaywood village. The meeting last week Thursday should have been to educate the public and respond to their concerns regarding [...]Continue Reading →
FiWeBelize stands with the movement to fight for our nation from a grassroots base.
If 31 plus years of failures from both PUP and UDP is not enough to prove to you that the current system will only keep making things worst for us then I have no idea what will. Today more than ever [...]Continue Reading →
On October 15, 2012 By FiWeBelize
The Canadian government has stepped up to the plate to assist the jewel to solve crime, specifically gun violence, which is presenting a huge challenge to law enforcement. A sophisticated piece of equipment, worth in the range of two million dollars was handed over to the Ministry of National Security today. It is called IBIS, [...]Continue Reading →
Residents of San Ignacio and Santa Elena have called for a shutdown of businesses in the Cayo district. Preliminary plans are for the shutdown to start at dawn on Monday. The shutdown is designed to send a message to government that immediate action is needed to curb the growing crime problem in the Cayo district. [...]Continue Reading →
A piece of genetic detective work by an international team has uncovered a deadly virus not seen before that likely caused a small isolated outbreak of acute hemorrhagic fever in central Africa in the summer of 2009.
The outbreak, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), killed two people and left one person seriously ill. [...]Continue Reading →
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