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The United States Ambassador to Belize, Carlos Moreno has described as a “landmark” decision, the ruling of Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin that overturned the country’s sodomy law after he ruled that Section 53 of the Criminal Code, which criminalises consenting intercourse between adults of the same sex, contravenes the right granted by the Constitution.

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"Staff at the yacht club reported Leonard asked how much gas he would need to get to Cuba.”

An ex-con who stole a Key West charter boat last September saying he was headed to Cuba to seek political asylum will serve five years in prison after admitting to grand theft in court, where he represented himself.

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Seven people were injured today when an elevated television camera plummeted more than 60 feet to the ground in the Olympic park outside the basketball venue in the latest in a string of mishaps at the Rio Games. The large camera is one of several suspended on cables to provide aerial views of the main Olympic Park.

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A German coach has died after a horror high-speed road accident near the Olympic Park last week.

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Kirani James out of Grenada had a tough time defending his title after finishing second in the 400 metre final at the Olympic Games underway in Rio, Brazil.

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