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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Picasso’s “Cabeza de Mujer” Stolen from National Gallery in Greece

Pablo Picasso's painting "Cabeza de mujer" (Woman's Head) was stolen early Monday from the National Gallery in Athens, Greek media reported. The museum has not identified the continue reading »

USHCC Predicts Small Businesses Will Benefit From Proposed Immigration Rule Changes

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), which represents the interests of over three million Hispanic-owned businesses, continue reading »

Cuban Farmers Set to Sell Directly to Tourist Hotels

Cuban farmers and hotels have begun to accommodate themselves to the new commercial framework that allows them to sell and buy agricultural products directly with each other, a measure included in the recent adjustments to "update" the island's socialist economic model, government-run media reported. continue reading »

Chile Fires Destroy 34,000 Hectacres of Land, 500 People Homeless

An urgent appeal was launched by the Archbishop of ConcepciĆ³n, His Exc. Mgr. Fernando Chomali, to express solidarity to families who are suffering from the tragedy of the fires occurred in several municipalities in the area. continue reading »

Latino Children Who Are Citizens Being Recruited by Narcos to Smuggle Drugs into U.S.

Children between the ages of 11 and 17 are being recruited by Mexico's drug cartels to smuggle narcotics and work as spies, the Mexican press reported Sunday, citing information from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE. continue reading »

Argentine Teacher Found Murdered after Missing for 10 Days

Argentine police on Sunday found the lifeless body of Silvia Prigent, a teacher who had gone missing 10 days ago, authorities said. continue reading »

Bloody Weekend for Guatemala - 19 Murders in 24 Hours

At least 19 people were murdered in Guatemala over the past 24 hours in different acts of violence, police and emergency services officials said Sunday. continue reading »

Venezuelan Consul in Miami Declared Persona Non Grata, Must Leave U.S. ASAP

Livia Acosta Nogura, Venezuela's consul in Miami, was declared persona non grata by the U.S. government and will have to leave the country, a State Department spokesman told Efe on Sunday. continue reading »

Colombian FARC Guerrillas are Large Land Owners

Colombia's FARC guerrilla group has carried out land seizures and owns - in the names of straw men - farms of up to 42,000 hectares (105,000 acres), the director of the Territorial Consolidation and Reconstruction Unit, Alvaro Balcazar, said in an interview published by the El Tiempo newspaper. continue reading »

Bus Accident in Brazil Leaves 7 Dead, 15 Injured

At least seven people were killed and 15 others injured when a truck collided with a bus in a city in the northeastern Brazilian state of Paraiba, police said. continue reading »

Professional Mexican Soccer Player, El Gato, Who Turned into Narco Kidnapper is Arrested

A former professional soccer player turned Gulf cartel kidnapping specialist was arrested in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon, prosecutors said. continue reading »

Journalist Gunned Down in Northern Mexico, Same Area Where 30 Oil Workers Went Missing

Raul Regulo Garza Quirino, a reporter for the La Ultima Palabra newspaper, was shot dead by several gunmen while driving in Cadereyta, a city in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon, police said. continue reading »

2,000 Year-Old Cave Paintings Found in Guanajuato, Mexico

Mexican archaeologists found some 3,000 cave paintings, some almost 2,000 years old, in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato, the National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, said. continue reading »

Rivera, 39, Released after 20 Years in Prison For Murder He Did Not Commit

A Hispanic man who spent almost 20 years in jail for a murder he did not commit has been freed after prosecutors decided not to challenge an Illinois appeals court's ruling. continue reading »

Demi Lovato to perform in Chile at Iquique Festival in February

Former Disney Channel actress Demi Lovato will appear this February at the Iquique Festival in northern Chile, where she will share the stage with Colombian pop star Juanes, organization sources said Saturday. continue reading »