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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Cemetery in Spain Posts Eviction Notice Stickers on Burial Sites

Strapped for space, Torrero Municipal Cemetery in Spain has started issuing eviction notices, and repossessing crypts from payment defaulters. continue reading »

Leo Messi Still Waiting For Pele’s Special Gift - His Career Highlights Video

Brazilian fútbol legend Pelé said he was going to mail a package of his best soccer moments on DVD to Lionel Messi, after the Argentine confessed never to have seen him play. continue reading »

Peruvian Crime Victim Survives Several Hours With Knife Stuck in Chest (GRAPHIC VIDEO)

A Perúvian man was left for dead by muggers, but managed to get to the hospital and survive over 12 hours with a knife stuck in his chest. (GRAPHIC VIDEO) continue reading »

J.R. Martinez Receives Season’s First Perfect Score from the Judges on ‘Dancing With the Stars’

The accolades for Army soldier turned actor (turned dancer), J.R. Martinez keep coming. On ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars”, Martinez and his partner, professional dancer Karina Smirnoff, danced their way to two perfect scores from the judges. continue reading »

WATCH Diego Luna in Katy Perry’s “The One That Got Away” (VIDEO)

Mexican actor Diego Luna was asked to participate in the new Katy Perry music video for “The one That Got Away,” by director Floria Sigismondi, a friend of his. continue reading »

Mexico Police Find Crooks, Cocks, Prostitutes and More Inside Local Jail

The 550 policemen who paid a surprise visit to an Acapulco penitentiary with the intention of transferring 60 inmates to a different jail, never expected what they found inside. continue reading »

Major Initiative Launched to Improve College Graduation Rates for Latinos

Latinos are the fastest-growing student population in America and a new effort is now focused on leveraging the critical connection between their educational continue reading »

Nat’l Institute of Health Releases Comprehensive SpanishLanguage Publication on End-of-Life Protocol

Dealing with the symptoms of a serious illness is difficult. For the Hispanic population, language and cultural barriers can add to the burden, making it even harder to get relief. continue reading »

LULAC Condemns Anti-Immigration Remarks During Election Season

The League of United Latin American Citizens, (LULAC), the largest and oldest Hispanic membership organization in the country recently release this statement on the Republican Presidential candidates anti-immigration remarks: continue reading »

Vermont Implements ‘Bias-Free’ Policing, Bans Asking Anyone’s Immigration Status

Vermont’s Governor Pete Shumlin has introduced a ‘bias-free’ policing policy that will ban state police from inquiring into the immigration status of any individual that is stopped by officers in the state. continue reading »

Brazilian Government and UN Launch Initiative to Combat Global Hunger

The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) and the Brazilian Government today launched a new initiative to help countries run their own national school meal programs to advance the nutrition and education of children. continue reading »

Dominican Students Stage Their Own #Occupy to Demand Quality Education

A group of 25 young people calling themselves Los Libertarios occupied the Liceo Republica de Argentina on Calle las Mercedes in the Colonial Zone on Sunday evening continue reading »

STUDY:  The Longer Hispanic Immigrants Live in U.S. More Likely to Develop Health Problems

he longer they live in the United States, the more likely it is that Hispanic immigrants will develop health problems, a new study says. continue reading »

Daniel Ortega Wins Nicaragua Pres Elections, Otto Pérez Wins Pres in Guatemala

Former Army General Otto Pérez Molina won some 54% of the Guatemalan vote, while Ortega garnered 67% of the votes in Nicaragua, amid allegations of electoral fraud. continue reading »

Special Visas Give Wealthy Latin Americans Opportunity to Live in U.S.

For wealthy foreign-born businesspeople, waiting years for a U.S. visa may not be necessary if they are willing to invest at least $500,000 and create a minimum number of jobs in U.S towns. continue reading »