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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Fight in Dominican Prison Leaves 3 Injured, 1 Dead

An inmate was stabbed to death and three others injured Friday during a brawl at Dos de Mayo prison in the northern Dominican city of Moca, authorities said. continue reading »

RELAX this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder

RELAX this weekend with a Latin American Natural Wonder Guess What and Where this is? continue reading »

The Holiday Season for the Families of Missing People

As the holiday season goes into high gear and Thanksgiving is approaching, we in America have a lot to be thankful for continue reading »

Body of Possible Hit Man found in Michoacan

A corpse in the advanced stages of decomposition was found in the Capire-El Lindero, near Turicato, Michoacá. continue reading »

3 Die in prison brawl in Honduras

Three inmates were killed and several others wounded in a brawl at a prison in the northern Honduran city of San Pedro Sula, authorities said. continue reading »

Employee of News Agency EFE Killed in Venezuela

An employee of Agencia Efe in Venezuela was slain Friday by unknown persons who gunned him down at the entrance to the news bureau in Caracas. continue reading »

Calle 13 Lead Singer Denies Getting Attacked by Flying Cell Phone

Rene "Residente" Perez, one-half of the Puerto Rican duo Calle 13, confirmed Friday that he was hit in the face by a cell phone during a concert in the Bolivian city of Santa Cruz, but denied media accounts of an attack. continue reading »

Immigrant Women’s Rights Group sides with “One Family, One Alabama

The National Coalition for Immigrant Women's Rights supports the "One Family, One Alabama" campaign to end anti-immigration policies. continue reading »

Anti-Cancer Vaccine Developed in Cuba to be Tested in the UK

Britain will perform clinical trials in the coming weeks of a therapeutic vaccine for advanced lung cancer - Cimavax-EGF - created by scientists at Cuba's Center for Molecular Immunology, or CIM, a source in the island's pharmaceutical sector told Efe Friday. continue reading »

Latinos Dominate “Best Goal Award” List

Vote for your favorite goal of the 2011, voting ends December 5, and the player with the most votes will be presented with the Puskas Award for the best goal. continue reading »

México Admits There’s Second 2012 Reference in Mayan Ruins

Mexico's archaeology institute says apocalypse is unlikely to occur next year, yet on Thursday admitted that a second reference to 2012 exists on a carved fragment found at ruin site in southern Mexico. continue reading »

Overwhelming Majority of Venture Capitalists are White Men, Though Minorities Rising

A recent CNN report found that the majority of venture capitalists are white men, and though attention was drawn to the topic, it is hard to figure out exactly why African-American and Latino venture capitalists in particular seem to be few and fall between, despite small advancements being made by Asians and women. continue reading »

Juan Luis Guerra Uses Music to Support Social Causes

Dominican singer Juan Luis Guerra said in Guadalajara, the capital of the western Mexican state of Jalisco, that he has pursued his commitment to social causes through his music, by which he intends to send a message of peace. continue reading »

Britney Spears In Negotiations for Free Christmas Show in Mexico City

Britney Spears reps are negotiating extending the singer’s December Mexico tour days one day for a free Christmas show in Mexico City organized by the government. continue reading »

Mirabel Sisters Killed by Dictator Trujillo Remembered Today on International Day of Non-Violence

Today the world commemorates International Day of Non-Violence against Women, and the Dominican Republic remembers the three Mirabal sisters who were murdered by dictator Rafael Leonidas Trujillo's henchmen on this day in 1960. continue reading »