• Did you know Belize?- Population

    published: 28 Feb 2011
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    One of these central American countries is not like the other......... http://facebook.com/GeographyNowFanpage http://instagram.com/Paulbarbato http://twitter.com/GeographyNow Become a patron! Donate anything and Get exclusive behind the scenes footage! All profits go towards helping me pay my rent so I can focus more of doing GN videos. Go to: http://patreon.com/GeographyNow

    published: 25 May 2015
  • Belize /San Ignacio-Caye Caulker Part 1

    Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Belize: Belize is a country located on the north eastern coast of Central America. It is the only country in the area where English is the official language, although Kriol and Spanish are more commonly spoken. Belize is bordered to the north by Mexico, to the south and west by Guatemala and to the east by the Caribbean Sea. Its mainland is about 290 km (180 mi) long and 110 km (68 mi) wide. With 22,960 square kilometres (8,860 sq mi) of land and a population of only 312,698 inhabitants (2010 census),Belize possesses the lowest population density in Central America. The country's population gr...

    published: 12 Mar 2013
  • walking in Belize city (Belize)

    Belize City is the largest city in Belize and was once the capital of the former British Honduras. According to the 2010 census, Belize City has a population of 57,169 people in 16,162 households. It is located at the mouth of the Haulover Creek, which is a tributary of the Belize River. The Belize River empties into the Caribbean Sea 5 miles from Belize City on the Philip Goldson Highway on the coast of the Caribbean. The city is the country's principal port and its financial and industrial hub. Several cruise ships drop anchor outside the port and are tendered by local citizens. The city was almost entirely destroyed in 1961 when Hurricane Hattie swept ashore on October 31. It was the capital of British Honduras (as Belize was then named) until the government was moved to the new ca...

    published: 23 Jan 2018
  • Belize needs to prepare for larger population of older persons

    Belize needs to prepare for larger population of older persons

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  • Female Population at Kolbe Gets New Classroom

    For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ It’s not often that News Five is invited within the compound of the Belize Central Prison, currently home to about one thousand four hundred and twenty inmates. But today we were, and it was for a good and positive reason. The female population of the facility has been gifted with a new all-purpose classroom building, courtesy of the British Government and the Word at Work Ministry. As you’ll see in this story, the value of the building lies not so much in its physical structure as in the opportunities that it will offer these women. News Five’s Mike Rudon went to prison, fortunately as a very temporary guest, and has the story.

    published: 28 Jul 2016
  • Racial Makeup of Central America (Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, and More!)

    Today, we're going to discuss the diverse racial makeup of all of the Central American countries of Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Panama. I'm going to explain the history behind each country, and how that's contributed to the people living there in the modern day. Hoy vamos a discutir la diversidad racial de todos los países centroamericanos de Belice, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua y Panamá. Voy a explicar la historia detrás de cada país, y cómo eso ha contribuido a las personas que viven allí en los días modernos. Hablo un poco de español, pero no muy bien. Let me know your thoughts on the awesome countries of Central America in the comments down below! Thanks for watching!

    published: 17 May 2017
  • 5 Most Violent Cities In The World

    It is crazy to believe that 3 murders take place a day in one of the cities featured on this list, check it out for yourself! Number 5Tegucigalpa, Honduras 77.65 homicides per 100,000. Tegucigalpa is the largest city and capital of Honduras with a population of more than 1.1 million inhabitants. What makes the place so dangerous is the threat of drug cartels and multiple crimes that take place on a daily basis. In the Central District in the capital alone, there were around 66 murders taking place each month in 2009 which averages at 2 murders per day. Of those murders, a shocking 86% were killed as a result of firearms and 39% of the deaths were closely related with organised crime. Walking on the streets of the Tegucigalpa at night time can be dangerous as it is likely that no-one w...

    published: 30 Jan 2016
  • 5 Cities With The Highest Murder Rates!

    There are a few places on earth you should try to avoid. Some have natural dangers that can kill you if you aren't prepared, other have a really high rate of murders. Now many of the murders are closely linked to gangs, drugs and other illegal businesses, but from time to time innocent bystanders do become victims. In this list we'll be showing you 5 cities with the highest murder rates. We would like to give a big shoutout to viewer AcE x MACHETE for suggesting this video. For this video we'll be using stats from the UN office of drugs & crime which doesn't include places with war. --------------------SECOND CHANNEL------------------- Check out my second channel More5! for funny, weird, interesting news, along with the latest trending topics within the YouTube community. More5! -...

    published: 02 Oct 2015
  • Countries with the least population

    Countries with the least population Malta Population: 423282, Brunei Population: 399000, Belize Population: 383200, Bahamas Population: 353658, Iceland Population: 329100, Maldives Population: 317280, Barbados Population: 273000, Vanuatu Population: 240000, Samoa Population: 187032, Guam Population: 180000, Saint Lucia Population: 166526, São Tomé and Príncipe Population: 165000, Curaçao Population: 142180, US Virgin Islands Population: 109000, Aruba Population: 107000, Grenada Population: 104000, Tonga Population: 104000, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Population: 103000, Jersey Population: 102700, Federal States of Micronesia Population: 102624, Kiribati Population: 100000, Antigua and Barbuda Population: 89000, Seychelles Population: 8652...

    published: 04 Feb 2017
  • Belize and the Maya History

    Although Belize's Maya occupation began as early as 1500 BC, it was during the Classic period of 250 AD to 900 AD that the population is thought to have exceeded one million people. Archaeological remains of the ancient Maya include pottery, skeletons, stelae, and tall palaces, temples, and ceremonial centers. Video brought to you by Travelindex Network and Travel & Tourism Foundation. More travel and tourism information and travel videos at: http://www.Travelindex.tv http://www.Travelindex.com http://www.Travelindex.com/bz/

    published: 28 Jun 2009
  • How to Celebrate the 19th in Belize City

    For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ It is mostly coincidental, but today’s book launch does line up with the run-in of activities leading up to Garifuna Settlement Day this coming weekend. Garinagu in Belize and elsewhere are marking the 1832 arrival of a significant Garifuna population to Belize, fleeing oppression in their native St. Vincent and Honduras. In Belize City and across the country, Garifuna and others solemnly observe three traditional pillars of the holiday since its start in 1941 by Thomas Vincent Ramos: the re-enactment of the first arrival of the Garinagu to Belize, also known as the Yurumein; the church service, traditionally held at a Roman Catholic Church and re-affirming Garifuna spirituality, and the parade and official cere...

    published: 15 Nov 2017
  • Ethnic groups in Central America

    Central America is a region formed by 6 Latin American countries and one Anglo American nation, .As an isthmus it connects North America with South America, comprising the following countries : Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama.The inhabitants of Central America represent a variety of ancestries, ethnic groups, and races, making the region one of a most diverse in the world.Some countries have a predominance of European-Amerindian, or Mestizo, population; some are dominated by inhabitants of European ancestry; and some countries' populations are primarily Mixed. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): AlexCovarrubias License: Public domain Author(s): AlexCovarrubias ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated t...

    published: 25 Sep 2016
  • Población, Moneda, y Bandera de Belize en Español (Population, Currency, and Flag of Belize)

    The Population, Currecy, and Flag of Belize. QUIZ 6.) ¿Qué es la población de Belize? A. 1,935 B. 334,29 C. 1,000,000 D. 12,243 7.) ¿Cuántos colors estamos en de bandera de Belize? A. 3 B. 120 C. 12 D. Ninguna de las anteriores. 8.) Comparar y contrastar el Belize Dólar y Estados Unidos Dólar. A. Uno Belize Dólar = Uno Estados Unidos Dólar B. ½ Belize Dólar = Uno Estados Unidos Dólar C. Uno Belize Dólar = ½ Estados Unidos Dólar D. Ninguna de las anteriores.

    published: 07 Oct 2013
  • Wings of Hope

    Wings of Hope,” is a film chronicling the re-discovery of a population of wild Harpy Eagles in the Maya Mountains of southern Belize. It details the history of the Belize Foundation and Research and Environmental Education (BFREE) and UNCWilmington initiative born from this discovery – the Integrated Community-based Harpy Eagle and Avian Conservation Program. Created by Emmy-award winning filmmakers, Richard and Carol Foster of Wildlife Film Productions, this 20-minute documentary is rich with breath-taking footage of adult and juvenile Harpy eagles and other wildlife and vistas found in the pristine tropical forests of the Bladen Nature Reserve. Over the seven year duration of the project, the Fosters followed local people involved as they transition from trainees to conservationists and...

    published: 14 Aug 2015
  • Top 25 Countries with the Highest Murder Rates in the World

    The countries with the highest murder rates may surprise you. It’s a known fact that the modern world is everything but a safe place. But it’s shocking to see just how unsafe the world can be. On today’s list I am going to take a look around the world using the international homicide rate statistics. Based on the number of homicides per 100,000 inhabitants per year, these statistics will allow us to see which countries have the highest murder rates. Do you want to know which countries have to deal with the most murders? Then i present to you the 25 countries with the highest murder rates in the world. It is absolutely amazing the number of Countries from Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa on the List. 10. Despite its nicely-sounding nickname “The Rainbow Nation”, South Africa, home ...

    published: 14 Oct 2017
  • Population Cup (190000-400000) Group B: Belize vs Ísland

    published: 06 Jul 2017
  • The Mennonites of Belize

    Documentary about the Mennonites of Belize. Director:Bruce Paddington. Director of Photography: Brent Toombs Editor: Luke Paddington ©2006 Great Belize Television

    published: 18 Apr 2016
  • BELMOPAN TOURISM - Belize new capital

    Welcome to Belmopan ... Belize, Belmopan is the capital and second largest city of Belize. It empties into the Belize River with its population of 12,300 inhabitants (2004). This city is the capital of the main government in Belize. Belmopan is 50 miles (80 km) from the Caribbean hinterland and 76 meters (250 feet) above sea level, located near the Belize River Valley with views of Pine Ridge Mountain foot. (Climate on cold nights.) The city is off the Hummingbird highway. Two and a half hours south of Belmopan, by road, is the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary. PLEASE SUBCRIBE

    published: 03 Jan 2018
  • Hawksbill Sea Turtle Recovery | WCS Belize

    http://www.wcs.org A new generation of threatened hawksbill sea turtles is thriving in the protected waters of Glover’s Reef Atoll, Belize, evidence that efforts to protect these and other marine species in one of the world’s great barrier reef systems are working, according to WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) and the Belize Fisheries Department. In a recently published study in the journal Endangered Species Research, scientists have reported that the coral reefs surrounding the atoll are home to more than 1,000 juvenile hawksbill sea turtles– good news for a species. The authors of the study titled “In-water assessments of sea turtles at Glover’s Reef Atoll, Belize” are: Samantha Strindberg, Virginia R. Burns Perez and Janet Gibson of WCS; Robin A. Coleman of WCS and Sawfish Con...

    published: 29 Nov 2016
  • Exploring Mysterious and Enigmatic Belize Great Blue Hole

    Ramon Llaneza diving rebreather explore stargate the entrance to alien underworld in Belize and Bahamas. Watch more details about this exploration at https://youtu.be/mh49kkENw_Q . The Mysterious Belize Great Blue Hole is a large underwater hole off the coast of Belize. It lies near the center of Lighthouse Reef, a small atoll 100 kilometers (62 mi) from the mainland and Belize City. The hole is perfectly circular in shape, over 300 meters (1000 ft) across (diameter), 3140 feet circumference and 125 meters (410 ft) deep. It was formed as a limestone cave system during the last glacial period when the sea level was 400 to 500 feet below present time and was dry land. Last glacial period began about 120,000 years ago and end about 15,000 years ago. Reaching the maximum extension 26,500 years...

    published: 07 Mar 2013
  • Promotor.com: Belize Câmara at TEDxRecife

    Belize is a Prosecutor in the state of Pernambuco, passionate about the environmental cause, forerunner in the use of social media as an instrument to dialogue with society, and one of the responsible for the legal action that suspended the real estate project Novo Recife. In this talk she stands up for the importance of the partnership between population and the prosecutor in the construction of citizenship using social media as a platform of communication for change. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x...

    published: 02 May 2014
  • Global Living Room Belize | Global 3000

    Ivette Cob lives with her husband and four sons in Sarteneja, a village with a population of 2,000 in northeastern Belize. The village has been in existence since the time of the Mayas. More Global 3000: http://www.dw.de/program/global-3000/s-11487-9798

    published: 11 May 2015
  • UNFPA: A Snapshot Of Teenage Pregnancy In Belize

    A look at the challenges facing teenagers that become pregnant in Belize.

    published: 12 Nov 2013
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Did you know Belize?- Population

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Geography Now! Belize
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Geography Now! Belize

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Belize /San Ignacio-Caye Caulker Part 1
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Belize /San Ignacio-Caye Caulker Part 1

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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Belize: Belize is a country located on the north eastern coast of Central America. It is the only country in the area where English is the official language, although Kriol and Spanish are more commonly spoken. Belize is bordered to the north by Mexico, to the south and west by Guatemala and to the east by the Caribbean Sea. Its mainland is about 290 km (180 mi) long and 110 km (68 mi) wide. With 22,960 square kilometres (8,860 sq mi) of land and a population of only 312,698 inhabitants (2010 census),Belize possesses the lowest population density in Central America. The country's population growth rate of 3.15% (2012 est.) is the second highest in the region and one of the highest in the western hemisphere. Belize's abundance of terrestrial and marine species, and its diversity of ecosystems give it a key place within the globally significant Mesoamerican Biological Corridor. Belize has a diverse society, comprising many cultures and languages. It is the only nation in the region with a British colonial heritage, but as a part of the Western Caribbean Zone, it also shares a common heritage with the fellow Anglophone Caribbean countries. In general, Belize is considered to be a Central American nation with strong ties to both the Caribbean and Latin America. Belize is a member of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), and Sistema de la Integración Centroamericana (SICA). Belize is known for its September Celebrations, and is the birthplace of chewing gum and Punta Rock The origin of the name Belize is unclear, but the earliest record of the name is found in the journal of the Dominican priest Fray José Delgado, dating to 1677. Delgado recorded the names of three major rivers that he crossed while traveling north along the Caribbean coast: Rio Soyte, Rio Xibum, and Rio Balis. These names, which correspond to the Sittee River, Sibun River, and Belize River, were provided to Delgado by his translator.It is likely that Delgado's "Balis" was actually the Mayan word belix (or beliz), meaning "muddy-watered". Others have suggested that the name is derived from a Spanish pronunciation of the name of the Scottish buccaneer Peter Wallace, which was applied to an early settlement at the mouth of the Belize River, although there is no proof that Wallace actually settled in the area and some have characterized this claim as a myth.Several other possible etymologies have been suggested by writers and historians, including French and African origins. The Belize Barrier Reef is a series of coral reefs straddling the coast of Belize, roughly 300 meters (980 ft) offshore in the north and 40 kilometers (25 mi) in the south within the country limits. The Belize Barrier Reef is a 300 kilometers (190 mi) long section of the 900 kilometers (560 mi) long Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, which is continuous from Cancún on the northeast tip of the Yucatán Peninsula through the Riviera Maya up to Honduras making it one of the largest coral reef systems in the world after the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and the New Caledonia Barrier Reef. It is Belize's top tourist destination, popular for scuba diving and snorkeling and attracting almost half of its 260,000 visitors, and is vital to its fishing industry. Charles Darwin described it as "the most remarkable reef in the West Indies" in 1842.
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walking in Belize city (Belize)
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Belize City is the largest city in Belize and was once the capital of the former British Honduras. According to the 2010 census, Belize City has a population of 57,169 people in 16,162 households. It is located at the mouth of the Haulover Creek, which is a tributary of the Belize River. The Belize River empties into the Caribbean Sea 5 miles from Belize City on the Philip Goldson Highway on the coast of the Caribbean. The city is the country's principal port and its financial and industrial hub. Several cruise ships drop anchor outside the port and are tendered by local citizens. The city was almost entirely destroyed in 1961 when Hurricane Hattie swept ashore on October 31. It was the capital of British Honduras (as Belize was then named) until the government was moved to the new capital of Belmopan in 1970. https://www.patreon.com/keezi https://www.paypal.me/keezi
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Belize needs to prepare for larger population of older persons
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Belize needs to prepare for larger population of older persons

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Female Population at Kolbe Gets New Classroom
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Female Population at Kolbe Gets New Classroom

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For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ It’s not often that News Five is invited within the compound of the Belize Central Prison, currently home to about one thousand four hundred and twenty inmates. But today we were, and it was for a good and positive reason. The female population of the facility has been gifted with a new all-purpose classroom building, courtesy of the British Government and the Word at Work Ministry. As you’ll see in this story, the value of the building lies not so much in its physical structure as in the opportunities that it will offer these women. News Five’s Mike Rudon went to prison, fortunately as a very temporary guest, and has the story.
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Racial Makeup of Central America (Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, and More!)
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Racial Makeup of Central America (Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, and More!)

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Today, we're going to discuss the diverse racial makeup of all of the Central American countries of Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Panama. I'm going to explain the history behind each country, and how that's contributed to the people living there in the modern day. Hoy vamos a discutir la diversidad racial de todos los países centroamericanos de Belice, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua y Panamá. Voy a explicar la historia detrás de cada país, y cómo eso ha contribuido a las personas que viven allí en los días modernos. Hablo un poco de español, pero no muy bien. Let me know your thoughts on the awesome countries of Central America in the comments down below! Thanks for watching!
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5 Most Violent Cities In The World
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5 Most Violent Cities In The World

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It is crazy to believe that 3 murders take place a day in one of the cities featured on this list, check it out for yourself! Number 5Tegucigalpa, Honduras 77.65 homicides per 100,000. Tegucigalpa is the largest city and capital of Honduras with a population of more than 1.1 million inhabitants. What makes the place so dangerous is the threat of drug cartels and multiple crimes that take place on a daily basis. In the Central District in the capital alone, there were around 66 murders taking place each month in 2009 which averages at 2 murders per day. Of those murders, a shocking 86% were killed as a result of firearms and 39% of the deaths were closely related with organised crime. Walking on the streets of the Tegucigalpa at night time can be dangerous as it is likely that no-one will intervene in the event of a crime. It is common for tourists to get robbed at night as thieves will usually linger around near tourist hotels. Due to the sheer number of homicides committed, the city’s mayor introduced a free funeral service because of the growing number of bodies being disposed of in plastic rubbish bags. Number 4João Pessoa, Brazil 79.41 homicides per 100,000. Located in north-east Brazil, the city of João Pessoa has a population of over 740,000 and is recognised as being the second greenest in the world. However, whilst the beautiful tropical beaches and lush greenery may be attracting to some, the city does have an increasing crime rate. Many buses are robbed every month and so tourists are advised to avoid using the bus as a means of transport. Furthermore, mugging is prevalent in the city and so it is also advised not to walk around carrying lots of money in your pocket. The current president of Brazil to this day, Dilma Rouseff, stated that 3 in every 1000 Brazilian teenagers are murdered before turning the age of 19. Number 3 – Acapulco, Mexico 104.16 homicides per 100,000. A once luxurious destination for many VIPs and celebrities and home to around 685,000 people, a rise in violence between drug lords and criminals has continued to plague the city making it the most dangerous city in Mexico. Bodies are usually sprawled across the streets and often of a gruesome nature involving beheadings which has now become a common fixture in the city. For example, in 2011 police discovered the bodies of 28 murdered victims and of the 28, 15 of them were decapitated. It does not help the fact that the local police are corrupt and have been known to extort money from people instead of reinforcing the law. Aside from rival drug gangs battling it out, murders, kidnappings and robberies are also common in the city. Number 2Caracas, Venezuela 115.98 homicides per 100,000. There are over 3 million inhabitants occupying Caracas The largest city and capital of Venezuela, sees crimes on a daily basis ranging from murders to robberies with crimes being more concentrated in poorly developed slum areas that cover the hills of Caracas. In 2013 alone the Venezuelan Observatory on Violence estimated that around 24,000 people were murdered in total, which comes as no surprise due to frequent street violence and gang hostilities. Sadly, 95% of cases involving murder and other related crimes often go unsolved. High levels of corruption, a lack of investment in police and weak measures of gun control all have contributed to a proliferation in arms and a lack of coherent security policy. Number 1San Pedro Sula, Honduras 171.20 homicides per 100,000. With a population of over 1 million people, San Pedro Sula is currently the most violent city in the world in terms of having the highest murder rate with an average of more than 3 homicides a day. Various sources have labelled San Pedro Sula as the “murder capital of the world”. Arms and drug trafficking are an increasing problem and illegal firearms flood the whole city with just under 70% of all firearms owned being illegal. In fact, 83% of all homicides in the city are as a result of firearms. Much of the surge in homicide rates have been attributed to the city’s location which sits on key international drug trafficking routes. The entire city is effectively controlled by drug cartels making law enforcement virtually useless. Music = "Simplex" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Connect With Us! Twitter = https://twitter.com/OfficialFact5 Google + = https://plus.google.com/+Fact5 Facebook = https://www.facebook.com/OfficialFact5/ Check Out The Narrator = http://bit.ly/Fact5Narrator
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5 Cities With The Highest Murder Rates!
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5 Cities With The Highest Murder Rates!

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There are a few places on earth you should try to avoid. Some have natural dangers that can kill you if you aren't prepared, other have a really high rate of murders. Now many of the murders are closely linked to gangs, drugs and other illegal businesses, but from time to time innocent bystanders do become victims. In this list we'll be showing you 5 cities with the highest murder rates. We would like to give a big shoutout to viewer AcE x MACHETE for suggesting this video. For this video we'll be using stats from the UN office of drugs & crime which doesn't include places with war. --------------------SECOND CHANNEL------------------- Check out my second channel More5! for funny, weird, interesting news, along with the latest trending topics within the YouTube community. More5! - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPohYrquhWwA56kiaxJRe9A ------------------------------------------------------- Find Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/OfficialAll5 Our Website: http://www.All5.me Music: "Unwritten Return" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ------------------------------------------------------- 5) Tegucigalpa. Honduras’ homicide rate of 90.4 per 100,000 people is the world's highest. This makes Honduras technically the most dangerous country in the world. The capital, Tegucigalpa, is the country’s largest city, so it's no surprise its also the countries second most dangerous city only behind San Pedro Sula. With 102.2 murders per 100,000 people it is extremely dangerous. In 2011, 1,175 killing took place, many gang related. 4) Belize City. The one-time British colony of Belize has one of the highest murder rates in the world with 105.1 murders out of 100,000 people. The majority of the homicides take place in the former capital of Belize City where gang violence is rampant, especially on the south side. The majority of crimes are burglaries and thefts, often without injuries. In 2014, however, there were a disturbing number of robberies that ended in serious injuries and fatalities. Corruption, human smuggling/trafficking, the drug trade, money laundering, and organized gang activity remain significant problems. Criminal organizations and individuals often operate beyond the ability of the police. Making it very difficult to tackle the cities crime problem. 3) Guatemala City. Guatemala is still battling the legacy of a civil war which raged from 1960 to 1996. With a national average of 99.5 murders a week in 2012, it's certainly one of the most dangerous countries. Guatemala City has a murder rate of 116.6 out of 100,000 people which local officials are struggling to control. Local officials are described as “often inexperienced, underpaid and unable to cope”. Many of the common crimes are assault, theft, armed robbery, carjacking, rape, sexual assault, kidnapping, and murder. 2) Caracas. Worst hit are the poor barrios where police dare not enter, gangs rule and murders are routine. The government refuses to release its own statistics, but its estimated 24,000 people were murdered in 2013. With a murder rate of 122 out of 100,000 people, this gang rules city is a no go zone for anyone not from the area. Since a lot is not known officially on what goes on, its difficult to pin point the exact problems, however gangs are certainly one of the main issues. 1) Basseterre. The tiny Caribbean nation of Saint Kitts and Nevis has a high proportion of murders relative to its small population. The total of 17 murders in the capital Basseterre in 2011, doesn't sound that bad but when you consider it has a population of only about 15,000, that brings its murder rate to 131.6 out of 100,000 people. Although the country has a lot of tourism, most of its crime is related to drugs & rarely effects tourists. Thank you for watching and if you enjoyed this video don't forget to Like, Share, Comment & Subscribe for more awesome lists of All Things 5! Until Next Time... Feed Your Mind!
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Countries with the least population
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Countries with the least population Malta Population: 423282, Brunei Population: 399000, Belize Population: 383200, Bahamas Population: 353658, Iceland Population: 329100, Maldives Population: 317280, Barbados Population: 273000, Vanuatu Population: 240000, Samoa Population: 187032, Guam Population: 180000, Saint Lucia Population: 166526, São Tomé and Príncipe Population: 165000, Curaçao Population: 142180, US Virgin Islands Population: 109000, Aruba Population: 107000, Grenada Population: 104000, Tonga Population: 104000, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Population: 103000, Jersey Population: 102700, Federal States of Micronesia Population: 102624, Kiribati Population: 100000, Antigua and Barbuda Population: 89000, Seychelles Population: 86525, Andorra Population: 84082, Isle of Man Population: 83000, American Samoa Population: 68000, Dominica Population: 68000, Bermuda Population: 64566, Guernsey Population: 62431, Northern Mariana Islands Population: 61000, Greenland Population: 56452, Cayman Islands Population: 54878, Marshall Islands Population: 54305, Saint Kitts and Nevis Population: 52000,
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Belize and the Maya History
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Belize and the Maya History

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Although Belize's Maya occupation began as early as 1500 BC, it was during the Classic period of 250 AD to 900 AD that the population is thought to have exceeded one million people. Archaeological remains of the ancient Maya include pottery, skeletons, stelae, and tall palaces, temples, and ceremonial centers. Video brought to you by Travelindex Network and Travel & Tourism Foundation. More travel and tourism information and travel videos at: http://www.Travelindex.tv http://www.Travelindex.com http://www.Travelindex.com/bz/
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How to Celebrate the 19th in Belize City
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How to Celebrate the 19th in Belize City

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For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ It is mostly coincidental, but today’s book launch does line up with the run-in of activities leading up to Garifuna Settlement Day this coming weekend. Garinagu in Belize and elsewhere are marking the 1832 arrival of a significant Garifuna population to Belize, fleeing oppression in their native St. Vincent and Honduras. In Belize City and across the country, Garifuna and others solemnly observe three traditional pillars of the holiday since its start in 1941 by Thomas Vincent Ramos: the re-enactment of the first arrival of the Garinagu to Belize, also known as the Yurumein; the church service, traditionally held at a Roman Catholic Church and re-affirming Garifuna spirituality, and the parade and official ceremony. Here’s what City residents can expect this weekend, which actually starts on Friday at the Mexican Institute.
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Ethnic groups in Central America
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Ethnic groups in Central America

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Central America is a region formed by 6 Latin American countries and one Anglo American nation, .As an isthmus it connects North America with South America, comprising the following countries : Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama.The inhabitants of Central America represent a variety of ancestries, ethnic groups, and races, making the region one of a most diverse in the world.Some countries have a predominance of European-Amerindian, or Mestizo, population; some are dominated by inhabitants of European ancestry; and some countries' populations are primarily Mixed. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): AlexCovarrubias License: Public domain Author(s): AlexCovarrubias ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of the biggest knowledge databases in the world available to people with limited vision. Article available under a Creative Commons license Image source in video
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Población, Moneda, y Bandera de Belize en Español (Population, Currency, and Flag of Belize)
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Población, Moneda, y Bandera de Belize en Español (Population, Currency, and Flag of Belize)

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The Population, Currecy, and Flag of Belize. QUIZ 6.) ¿Qué es la población de Belize? A. 1,935 B. 334,29 C. 1,000,000 D. 12,243 7.) ¿Cuántos colors estamos en de bandera de Belize? A. 3 B. 120 C. 12 D. Ninguna de las anteriores. 8.) Comparar y contrastar el Belize Dólar y Estados Unidos Dólar. A. Uno Belize Dólar = Uno Estados Unidos Dólar B. ½ Belize Dólar = Uno Estados Unidos Dólar C. Uno Belize Dólar = ½ Estados Unidos Dólar D. Ninguna de las anteriores.
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Wings of Hope
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Wings of Hope

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Wings of Hope,” is a film chronicling the re-discovery of a population of wild Harpy Eagles in the Maya Mountains of southern Belize. It details the history of the Belize Foundation and Research and Environmental Education (BFREE) and UNCWilmington initiative born from this discovery – the Integrated Community-based Harpy Eagle and Avian Conservation Program. Created by Emmy-award winning filmmakers, Richard and Carol Foster of Wildlife Film Productions, this 20-minute documentary is rich with breath-taking footage of adult and juvenile Harpy eagles and other wildlife and vistas found in the pristine tropical forests of the Bladen Nature Reserve. Over the seven year duration of the project, the Fosters followed local people involved as they transition from trainees to conservationists and as their lives are changed through their efforts to save this rare bird and its diminishing habitat. Visit www.bfreebz.org for more info. Scientific Article Citation: James A. Rotenberg, Jacob A. Marlin, Liberato Pop, and William Garcia (2012) First Record of a Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja) Nest in Belize. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology: June 2012, Vol. 124, No. 2, pp. 292-297.
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Top 25 Countries with the Highest Murder Rates in the World
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Top 25 Countries with the Highest Murder Rates in the World

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The countries with the highest murder rates may surprise you. It’s a known fact that the modern world is everything but a safe place. But it’s shocking to see just how unsafe the world can be. On today’s list I am going to take a look around the world using the international homicide rate statistics. Based on the number of homicides per 100,000 inhabitants per year, these statistics will allow us to see which countries have the highest murder rates. Do you want to know which countries have to deal with the most murders? Then i present to you the 25 countries with the highest murder rates in the world. It is absolutely amazing the number of Countries from Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa on the List. 10. Despite its nicely-sounding nickname “The Rainbow Nation”, South Africa, home to about 54 million people, has a very high rate of murders, assaults, rapes and other violent crimes. Statistics published by local police suggest that in South Africa, around 50 people are murdered every day, which is really alarming number. Fortunately, the homicide rate has slowly been decreasing. 9. Located in the West Indies, Saint Kitts and Nevis is the smallest sovereign state in the Americas, in both area and population. But even among those 50,000 people who live in this tiny country, there is a significant number of those who obviously don’t mind killing others. With an average rate of 33.6 homicides per 100,000 people, Saint Kitts and Nevis ranked 9th. 8. Mostly surrounded by South Africa, Swaziland, with its population of just over 1 million, is one of the smallest countries in Africa. But the numbers related to the homicide occurrence are far from being small in Swaziland. Decimated by not only enormous criminality but also extreme poverty and diseases such as AIDS or tuberculosis, the estimated average life expectancy of local people is just 50 years. 7. Lesotho is another little African country situated within South Africa. Apart from location and size, it shares one more thing with Swaziland – an uncontrollable homicide rate. Almost half of the country´s population lives below the poverty line which is partly responsible for its enormous criminality and annual murder rate. 6. Occupying an area of 11,000 square kilometers (4,250 square miles), Jamaica is another representative of the Caribbean. For many years, the country has been notorious for having one of the world´s highest homicide rates and the latest statistics by United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime has confirmed that. The murders and crimes are particularly frequent in cities of Kingston, Motego Bay & the old capital Spanish Town. 5. With a population of almost 16 million, Guatemala is the most populous country in Central America. With an average of about 100 murders committed every month, Guatemala has ranked as the country with the 5th highest homicide rate in the world. In the 1990s, for example, the city of Escuintla had an annual rate of 165 murders per 100,000 people. 4. Deeply affected by the long-term and devastating civil war (19791992), El Salvador is a Central American country and a home to about 6.3 million people. The extremely high homicide rate in this country is marked by significant occurrence gang-related crimes and juvenile delinquency. In 2004, for example, as much as 60% of the murders committed in Salvador were carried out by local gangs competing for power and territory. 3. With an area of 22,800 square kilometers (8,800 sq mi) and a population of about 340,000 people, Belize is the least densely populated country in Central America. But despite its amazing natural beauties and wildlife, this country is far from being a good place to live. Enormous homicide rate of almost 45 murders per 100,000 people makes Belize one of the most dangerous countries in the world. The homicides are particularly frequent in the Belize City district where, in 2007, for example, half of all that year´s murders occurred. 2. Located on the northern coast of South America, Venezuela has been known as one of world´s major oil exporters but also as a country with pervasive and unusually high occurrence of homicides. Last year, only 19% of local residents felt safe when walking alone at night and they had a good reason for that – every year, more than 50 people out of 100,000 are killed in Venezuela and the number has been constantly growing over the last decades. 1. According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Honduras, home to about 8.25 million people, has by far the highest homicide rate of all countries in the world. Its unparalleled average rate of 90.4 murders per 100,000 people means that in this country, almost every 1,000th person is killed. Since Honduras is a popular holiday destination, tourists are often targeted as victims of various violent crimes.
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Population Cup (190000-400000) Group B: Belize vs Ísland
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Population Cup (190000-400000) Group B: Belize vs Ísland

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The Mennonites of Belize
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The Mennonites of Belize

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BELMOPAN TOURISM - Belize new capital
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BELMOPAN TOURISM - Belize new capital

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Welcome to Belmopan ... Belize, Belmopan is the capital and second largest city of Belize. It empties into the Belize River with its population of 12,300 inhabitants (2004). This city is the capital of the main government in Belize. Belmopan is 50 miles (80 km) from the Caribbean hinterland and 76 meters (250 feet) above sea level, located near the Belize River Valley with views of Pine Ridge Mountain foot. (Climate on cold nights.) The city is off the Hummingbird highway. Two and a half hours south of Belmopan, by road, is the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary. PLEASE SUBCRIBE
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Hawksbill Sea Turtle Recovery | WCS Belize
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Hawksbill Sea Turtle Recovery | WCS Belize

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http://www.wcs.org A new generation of threatened hawksbill sea turtles is thriving in the protected waters of Glover’s Reef Atoll, Belize, evidence that efforts to protect these and other marine species in one of the world’s great barrier reef systems are working, according to WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) and the Belize Fisheries Department. In a recently published study in the journal Endangered Species Research, scientists have reported that the coral reefs surrounding the atoll are home to more than 1,000 juvenile hawksbill sea turtles– good news for a species. The authors of the study titled “In-water assessments of sea turtles at Glover’s Reef Atoll, Belize” are: Samantha Strindberg, Virginia R. Burns Perez and Janet Gibson of WCS; Robin A. Coleman of WCS and Sawfish Consulting Ltd.; Cathi L. Campbell of WCS and the University of Florida, and Isaias Majil of the Belize Fisheries Department. “The findings of our research show that juvenile hawksbill turtles are thriving at Glover’s Reef– extremely good news for this endangered species,” said Virginia Burns Perez, WCS Technical Coordinator in Belize. “Strongholds for the species such as this one should become a model for other foraging and nesting areas that are important for the hawksbill turtle.”
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Exploring Mysterious and Enigmatic Belize Great Blue Hole
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Exploring Mysterious and Enigmatic Belize Great Blue Hole

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Ramon Llaneza diving rebreather explore stargate the entrance to alien underworld in Belize and Bahamas. Watch more details about this exploration at https://youtu.be/mh49kkENw_Q . The Mysterious Belize Great Blue Hole is a large underwater hole off the coast of Belize. It lies near the center of Lighthouse Reef, a small atoll 100 kilometers (62 mi) from the mainland and Belize City. The hole is perfectly circular in shape, over 300 meters (1000 ft) across (diameter), 3140 feet circumference and 125 meters (410 ft) deep. It was formed as a limestone cave system during the last glacial period when the sea level was 400 to 500 feet below present time and was dry land. Last glacial period began about 120,000 years ago and end about 15,000 years ago. Reaching the maximum extension 26,500 years ago. At the end the ocean began to rise, the caves flooded, and the roof collapsed. Believed to be the world's largest feature of its kind, the Great Blue Hole is part of the larger Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, a World Heritage site of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The hole itself is the opening to a system of caves and passageway that penetrate this undersea mountain. In various places, massive limestone stalactites hang down from what was once the ceiling of air-filled caves thousand of years before the end of the last Ice Age 15,000 years ago. When the ice melted the sea level rose, flooding the caves. This process occurred in stages. Evidence for this are the shelves and ledges, carved into the limestone by the sea, which run the complete interior circumference of the Blue Hole at various depths. The Blue Hole is a "karst- eroded sinkhole." It was once a cave at the center of an underground tunnel complex whose ceiling collapsed. Some of the tunnels are thought to be linked right through to the mainland, though this has never been conclusively proved. Notable are the large population of sharks such as lemon, black tip, reef, hammerhead, and bull sharks. Mysterious and legends always have been around the Belize Blue Hole. This was the entrance to Xibalba?. It's the kind of underwater geology that inspires speculation about aliens creating geometrically perfect anomalies, mermaids and monsters living in darkness. I explored the bottom of the Blue Hole perimeter (3,140 feet circumference). To do this I dove down twice, reaching the depth of 375' feet which took 4 to 5 hours of diving each day. Video Music: Start to 2:18 min. "Dawn From Four Sea Interludes" by Benjamin Britten 2:18 to 4:37 min. "300 Violin Orchestra" by Jorge Quintero 4:37 to End "Groove Armada" from Tomb Raider Soundtrack Dive Profile; Rebreather Dive with Trimix 8/60 for Maximun Deep 375 fsw Bottom time 29 min Inboard gas 24 cuft Trimix and 24 cuft Oxygen. Deco Time 251 min Run Time 280 min. Deco gases for Bail Out plan for fatal rebreather failure Outboard gas with diver 160 cuft (Two 80 cuft) botton gas Trimix 8/60 to reach 150 fsw Safety divers waiting at 150 feet deep with deco gas 80 cuft Air from 150 fsw to 110 fsw 200 cuft Nitrox EAN32 From 110 fsw to 20 fsw 120 cuft Oxygen 20 fsw deco.
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Promotor.com: Belize Câmara at TEDxRecife
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Promotor.com: Belize Câmara at TEDxRecife

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Belize is a Prosecutor in the state of Pernambuco, passionate about the environmental cause, forerunner in the use of social media as an instrument to dialogue with society, and one of the responsible for the legal action that suspended the real estate project Novo Recife. In this talk she stands up for the importance of the partnership between population and the prosecutor in the construction of citizenship using social media as a platform of communication for change. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.
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Global Living Room Belize | Global 3000
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Global Living Room Belize | Global 3000

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Ivette Cob lives with her husband and four sons in Sarteneja, a village with a population of 2,000 in northeastern Belize. The village has been in existence since the time of the Mayas. More Global 3000: http://www.dw.de/program/global-3000/s-11487-9798
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UNFPA: A Snapshot Of Teenage Pregnancy In Belize
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UNFPA: A Snapshot Of Teenage Pregnancy In Belize

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A look at the challenges facing teenagers that become pregnant in Belize.
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