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Traffic Accidents Near Mexico City Leave 18 Dead

Traffic Accidents Near Mexico City Leave 18 Dead

At least 18 people died in two traffic accidents in Mexico state, which surrounds the Federal District and forms part of the Mexico City metropolitan area, a spokesman for the state Attorney General's Office told Efe Sunday. continue reading »

Dominican Singer Sonia Silvestre Dies at 61

Dominican Singer Sonia Silvestre Dies at 61

Dominican singer Sonia Silvestre has died in Santo Domingo after having two strokes, her husband said. She was 61. continue reading »

Samsung’s $862 Million Chemical Plant in Bolivia Largest Investment in Country’s History

Samsung’s $862 Million Chemical Plant in Bolivia Largest Investment in Country’s History

The urea and ammonia plant being built by South Korea's Samsung in central Bolivia will begin operating in 2016, President Evo Morales said. continue reading »

Media Reports Gwen Stefani to Replace Pregnant Christina Aguilera on “The Voice”

Media Reports Gwen Stefani to Replace Pregnant Christina Aguilera on “The Voice”

Singer Gwen Stefani could replace Christina Aguilera, who is pregnant, as coach on "The Voice," media reports said. The Hollywood Reporter and TheWrap reported that Stefani was still negotiating the terms of her contract, but TMZ said the singer and fashion continue reading »

Plane Crash Kills 8 in Coahuilla

Plane Crash Kills 8 in Coahuilla

Eight people were killed when a small plane hit a commercial building and then crashed into some warehouses in the northern Mexican state of Coahuila, the Excelsior newspaper reported on its Web site Sunday. The eight-seat Hawker 800 crashed into an empty warehouse in an industrial park, the Coahuila Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »

4  FARC Rebels Killed, One Female Guerrilla Captured

4 FARC Rebels Killed, One Female Guerrilla Captured

Four FARC guerrillas have been killed in fighting in Colombia this weekend, the army said. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Grenade Attack on Hotel in Guerrero

Blog del Narco: Grenade Attack on Hotel in Guerrero

Investigators are looking into a grenade attack this weekend on a hotel in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero, officials said, adding that no one was injured in the incident. Fragmentation grenades were thrown on Saturday morning at the hotel in Chilpancingo, the capital of Guerrero. continue reading »

Pope Francis Deliver Second Eastern Message Calling for World Peace

Pope Francis Deliver Second Eastern Message Calling for World Peace

Pope Francis used his second Easter message as pontiff on Sunday to call for peace and asked for Jesus' help to end "all war and every conflict, whether great or small, ancient or recent." continue reading »

¡Felices Pascuas!  From HS-News

¡Felices Pascuas!  From HS-News

HS News sends many wishes for you this Easter. Good health, Good fortune, And Fulfilling life. Happy Easter! continue reading »

Experts warn More than 30 of Colombia’s Indigenous Groups Now Threatened with Extinction

Experts warn More than 30 of Colombia’s Indigenous Groups Now Threatened with Extinction

At least 34 of the more than 100 native ethnicities and indigenous communities living in Colombia are going through a "humanitarian crisis" and are threatened with extinction, according to the Autonomy and Rights Observatory for Colombia's Indigenous Peoples, or ADPI. continue reading »

U.S. Launches Dragon Spacecraft to International Space Station

U.S. Launches Dragon Spacecraft to International Space Station

A Falcon 9 rocket of the SpaceX company blasted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, carrying into orbit the unmanned cargo spacecraft Dragon, which will dock at the International Space Station on Sunday. continue reading »

Papal Almoner Distributes Envelopes of Money to Homeless in Rome

Papal Almoner Distributes Envelopes of Money to Homeless in Rome

The papal almoner distributed Friday night 100 envelopes of money in the name of Pope Francis to beggars who spend the night in the cold and discomfort of the capital's train stations, Italian media said. continue reading »

Castro vs Patrick on Immigration: A Tale of Two Debates

Castro vs Patrick on Immigration: A Tale of Two Debates

My first mistake, when watching Tuesday’s Julian Castro/Dan Patrick debate, was that I started keeping score. The second mistake was not having a bowl of popcorn at my side. continue reading »

28,000 Llamas, Alpacas Rescued from Active Volcano Area

28,000 Llamas, Alpacas Rescued from Active Volcano Area

Peruvian authorities organized the moving of 28,000 camelids - alpacas and llamas - of the herds that live around the Ubinas volcano in the southeastern region of Moquegua, because of the seismic activity that has covered their pastures in ash. continue reading »

Injured Junior Fernandes Unable to Play for Chile at World Cup

Injured Junior Fernandes Unable to Play for Chile at World Cup

Chilean international Antonio "Junior" Fernandes, who plays professionally for Dinamo Zagreb, had surgery for a broken leg and will not be able to compete for his country in the 2014 World Cup, Croatian daily Jutarnji List said Friday. continue reading »