February 12, 2023

International News: Third ‘foreign object’ shot down in North America in a week

By Aaron Humes: The BBC reports that a third ‘foreign object,’ this one unidentified, has been shot down in North American airspace in a week.
February 12, 2023

Cuban president’s visit to Belize will make history – but who will represent Opposition?

After a brief ceremony at the Airport, President Diaz-Canel and his delegation will be brought to the Government House in Belize City for brief bilateral talks [...]
February 10, 2023

New York Times tracks Majid Khan’s first days of freedom in Belize

42-year-old Majid Khan, released from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, a week ago Thursday, is in Belize, where he spent his first few days catching up with family, [...]
February 9, 2023

International News: Why Caribbean countries like Belize supporting Taiwan is Mainland China’s “worst nightmare”

Belize has consistently maintained its support of Taiwan’s presence on the world stage, including recently at the World Health Assembly, and has been rewarded with development [...]
February 6, 2023

New Mexico Ambassador to CARICOM promises to be “reliable partner” as fifth Summit planned

Their discussions included plans for a Fifth Summit between CARICOM and Mexico as re-engagement with the Caribbean was among his Government’s priorities, the Ambassador noted.
February 5, 2023

Former Minister of National Security John Saldivar condemns decision to relocate convicted terrorist to Belize

Saldivar believes that the possibility of the prisoner returning to their terrorist ways and the potential retaliation from their former peers places the entire population in [...]
February 2, 2023

Leader of the Opposition: “[We] would never do anything to put Belizeans at risk no matter who is asking”

The official presentation briefing made to him about Khan’s de-radicalization, rehabilitation, and redemption “struck a chord on a humanitarian level,” recalling his own experience 24 years [...]
January 26, 2023

New laboratory services inaugurated at National Forensic Science Service

Equipment and training conducted with the AC1 I-CRIME Project in conjunction with the Central American Integration System (SICA) valued at just under a million Belize dollars [...]