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An ex-British colony. It’s only a small country but it plays a significant part in the international multi-billion-dollar business of cocaine smuggling. Ross Kemp on Gangs s4e3: Belize, Sky One 2008
Belize has become a central part of the narcotics highway. ibid.
Belize City, home to some three thousand gangsters ... population of just sixty-nine thousand. ibid.
Belize is a city on the verge of anarchy. ibid.
There are twenty-three gangs in this small city. ibid.
The police coastguard have eight boats to create a deterrent. ibid.
Dog Pound are aptly named because of their reputation for biting their enemies. ibid.
One of the most feared gangs in Belize City: George Street. ibid.
It’s Christmas: Christmas in Belize … There’s an undrunk lake of cheap white run and rotten local beer … and try to forget there’s such a place as Belize. Inside Story: From Blighty to Belize, BBC 1978
Our last toehold in the America; a country about the size of Wales … covered with jungle. ibid.
Not a lot of action. ibid.
Belize City: here an old-world English charm prevails. ibid.
This hot humid sticky place. ibid.
‘The Big C [brothel] is army approved.’ ibid. Glaswegian soldier
Belize City was founded by English pirates in the early 1600s. ibid.
I’m travelling across Central America from the Caribbean coast of Belize to the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. It’s one of the most beautiful and bio-diverse places on Earth. The Americas with Simon Reeve V, BBC 2019
The sea here teems with life … The second largest barrier reef system on the planet … Manatee: Belize is home to one of the largest surviving populations. ibid.