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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Stolen Art Work Including Work by Oscar Vaz is Recovered by Interpol in Argentina

Interpol recovered 29 works of art stolen in Argentina and arrested one person in six raids conducted on art galleries in Buenos Aires, authorities said Monday. continue reading »

Citing Health, Chavez says He will Work Only 8 Hour s a Day and Will No Longer be “Runaway” Horse

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez broke last week's silence to say that "unfortunately" he will no longer be that "runaway" horse that never slept, and that he now works just eight hours a day and sometimes less. continue reading »

Wisin & Yandel to Join Jennifer Lopez on Stage at ‘America Idol’ Season Finale

Puerto Rican duo Wisin & Yandel will sing the song "Follow The Leader" with Jennifer Lopez on this week's season finale of "American Idol," Universal Music Latino announced Monday. continue reading »

Mexicans in Malaysia Sentenced to Death by Hanging for Involvement in Drug Trade

Malaysian Judge Mohamad Zawawi Salleh has convicted five people – three of them brothers from Mexico– of drug trafficking and sentenced them to death. The defense made the claim that the evidence against the defendants h continue reading »

Was it Malpractice? Man Sues After Losing Penis to Gangrene Following Penile Implant Surgery

A man who lost his penis after he claims his doctors did not properly examine him and the risks of a penile implant surgery is now suing. Enrique Milla, who now resides in Lima, Peru, told a Miami-Dade ju continue reading »

Boyce Avenue Acoustic Cover of Fun. feat. Janelle Monaé‘s “We Are Young” (VIDEO)

The Puerto Rican-born brothers – Alejandro, Daniel and Fabian Manzano – will soon be heading across the pond for their European tour which kicks off with supporting acts Alex Groot and Megan Nicole on June 4 in Brussels. continue reading »

60- Million-Year-Old, 8-Foot Long Turtle Fossil Found in Colombian Coal Mine

Remains of a ‘coal turtle’ officially known by paleontologist as ‘Carbonemys cofrinii’ in honor of the Colombian coal mine where it was found have been discovered. continue reading »

Lawsuit Filed Against US Senate Over Fillibuster Rule Preventing DREAM Act Vote, Other Legislation

Common Cause filed a 52-page lawsuit last week asking the U.S. District Court in Washington to declare that the Senate’s filibuster rule is unconstitutional and violates the core American principle of majority rule. continue reading »

Danilo Medina Claims the Dominican Republic Presidency, No Concession from His Opponent

With 99% of the votes counted, Danilo Medina proclaimed himself as the next President of the Dominican Republic. Meanwhile his opponent former President Hipolito Mejia who garnered 46.93% of the vote versus 51.24% of the vote for Medina, refused to concede. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Zetas Boss Wanted for Nuevo Leon Massacre Killings Arrested in Mexico

A suspected Los Zetas boss arrested by the army last week was behind a massacre in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon and led the drug cartel's push in 2008 into Guatemala, battling rival criminal organizations, a Defense Secretariat official said Monday. continue reading »

WANTED:  Michael Hernandez Robbing Same Place Three Times in Two Weeks for Beer and Cigarettes

Fresno, California police are asking for your help in capturing the apparently very elusive burglar Michael Hernandez. Authorities are saying the 25-year-old and an accomplice have robbed the local Pacific Asia Market three times in two weeks and have been captured on video doing it. continue reading »

Wanted for Fleeing A Murder Charge, Mexican Man Deported by ICE

A Mexican national wanted for fleeing a homicide charge in his native country was deported Tuesday by officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO). continue reading »

Mundo Maya with 20 Tourist Destinations Expects 50 Million Visitors Over Next 10 Years

The five countries that make up the Mundo Maya region expect to welcome 50 million tourists over the next 10 years, thanks to big marketing campaigns this year and expanded cooperation, Salvadoran Tourism Minister Jose Napoleon Duarte told Efe. continue reading »

Latin Music Stars Come Out for St. Jude’s Gala in Miami

Singers Juan Luis Guerra, David Bisbal and Juanes performed in Miami at the 10th annual fundraising gala for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. continue reading »

Bolivian Government Agrees To Suspend Decree, Ending Doctors’ Strike

The Bolivian government signed an accord Saturday with the Medical Association to end a strike in the sector that has gone on for 53 days in protest against a decree, not yet applied, that would lengthen the work day from six to eight hours. continue reading »