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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Human Rights Commission: Concern for Kidnapped French Journalist in Colombia

The Office of the Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) states its concern for the kidnapping of French journalist Romeo Langlois, on April 28th in Caquetá, Colombia. continue reading »

Argentine Catholic Priest Accused of Mistreating the Mother of His Son

An Argentine priest was suspended after a complaint for mistreatment was filed by a domestic employee, who says that she had a son with the cleric. The decision to dismiss the Rev. Juan Bojcetic was made by the Catholic bishop of Moron, Luis Eichhorn, after the accusations against the priest for domestic violence were made public. continue reading »

Canadian Fugitive, Nicholas Michael Lucier, Apprehended in Mexico

One of Canada's most wanted fugitives was arrested in the western Mexican state of Nayarit, a spokesman for the state Attorney General's Office told Efe on Wednesday. continue reading »

Rubio Watch: Only Gulf Senator that Wants All BP Money to Go to Gulf States and Not be Shared

This week, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio will participate in a series of events in the Florida Panhandle. On Tuesday, the Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce hosted a constituent coffee for Rubio, where he met with business and community leaders. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Burglar Slams Truck into Albuquerque Liquor Store

After a man robbed a New Mexico liquor store by ramming a truck through the front door, police were on the look out for the suspect. On Sunday, police in Albuquerque arrested Sam Muller for crashing into and robbing a local liquor store. continue reading »

Woman Misdiagnosed With Cancer After Docs See Fruit Pit in Her Lung - Inhaled in 1984

For the last 28 years, Florida resident Blanca Riveron, 62, suffered through a debilitating and persistent cough. The Cuban-born mother simply suffered through it for ne continue reading »

Study Finds Black Children Less Likely to Get Pain Meds for Abdominal Pain in ER

Black children are less likely than white children to receive medication for abdominal pain in the emergency department (ED) even when they report severe pain, according to a study to be presented Saturday, April 28, at the Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) annual meeting in Boston. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Robbery Victim Arrested After Hitting Suspect With Car

Police in Lodi, California arrested a man after he was robbed at gunpoint. Humberto Ramos, 42, called 911 saying he had been robbed at gunpoint by two men who were fleeing on bicycles. continue reading »

14 Year-Old Undocumented Girl Sells Herself for Sex Online to Other Illegal Aliens

A 14-year-old girl confessed to police that she posted photos of herself of Facebook and other online sites in order to solicit clients who wanted sex for money. continue reading »

Relatives of Family Killed in Bronx Car Crash Seek Financial Help for Funerals

DR1 is reporting that relatives of the seven Dominicans who were killed in a tragic car accident in the Bronx, New York over the weekend have gone public with a plea for financial support to bring continue reading »

In Final of Series, Rambo 5 Takes on Mexican Narcos

Slyvester Stallone, now 65, told reporters that he is ready to once more don his jungle gear as he is set to star in Rambo 5. continue reading »

Congratulations to Brazil’s Havaianas for 50 Years of Flip-Flip Fun!

“Havaianas. The real ones.” In 1962, the first pair of Havaianas (flip-flops) was created with inspiration from the Zori, the Japanese sandals made of fabric straps and rice continue reading »

VIDEO: Andy Garcia Interviews For Greater Glory Film

In a recent interview on his new project "For Greater Glory', Garcia discusses the fight for absolute freedom and how this ideal connects to his Cuban American background. continue reading »

CIA Official, Jose Rodriguez, Defends Waterboarding in New Book

In the latest terrorism book former head of CIA’s Clandestine Service, Jose Rodriguez, Jr. defends “enhanced interrogation techniques” like waterboarding. continue reading »

Hard Measures: How Aggressive CIA Actions after 9/11 Saved American Lives

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