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Latino Holiday Traditions: How Do You Celebrate?
By Mariela Rosario | 12/22/2011 - 10:00

Does your family celebrate unique traditions when the holidays roll around? Although many of these practices may seem silly, the holidays just wouldn’t feel the same with out them! Check out some of our favorite Latino Holiday traditions from around the world:


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Shakira Appointed to President Obama's Education Advisory Board
Shakira Appointed to President Obama's Education Advisory Board
By Fox News Latino | 10/05/2011 - 18:19

President Barack Obama appointed Shakira to his education advisory board in the hopes of assisting children in need throughout Latin America, The Associated Press reported.


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UPDATE: Guatemalan First Lady Ruled Ineligible for Presidency
By Amaris Castillo | 09/07/2011 - 15:30

It is looking like former First Lady of Guatemala Sandra Torres will not be able to run for president even though she divorced her husband, Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom, so that she can be considered for the nation’s highest office.


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EXCLUSIVE: How To Audition for J.Lo’s New Show, 'Q'Viva: The Chosen!'
By Lee Hernandez | 08/24/2011 - 14:12

Want to know how you can audition for Jennifer Lopez's new reality show, Q'Viva: The Chosen? We've got you covered! Yesterday, Latina.com spoke to the show's Casting Director, Natalie Ballesteros to get the inside scoop on the new reality show.


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Amazon Tribe Missing
Brazilian Tribe Vanishes After Suspected Drug Traffickers Raid Village
By Amaris Castillo | 08/10/2011 - 11:00

After suspected cocaine smugglers from Peru raided a jungle area in western Brazil, a lost Indian tribe that claimed the area as its home vanished according to Brazilian officials. Indian affairs experts in the largest South American country believe that the tribe might have run away in fear after the suspected smugglers raided a Brazilian guard post that was protecting them. Almost 50 pounds of cocaine were found in the area by police officials and, according to a statement, a man who had been deported for drug trafficking this past March was arrested.


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Hugo Chavez
Life Without Chávez? Venezuelans Ponder The Thought
By Amaris Castillo | 07/08/2011 - 16:00

Many Venezuelans have begun to ponder life without their leader. Hugo Chávez, who has ruled the Latin American country for the past 12 years, has been seen only sporadically in public lately and revealed that he is battling cancer on June 30.


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Hugo Chavez is Battling Cancer
Hugo Chavez is Battling Cancer
By Fox News Latino | 07/01/2011 - 09:30

Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez revealed that he is battling cancer and recently had a tumor removed in Cuba, making his political future uncertain.

The politician appeared on television Thursday evening looking quite thin as he read a prepared speech with a serious and at times sad expression. He said he is resolved to "be victorious in this new battle that life has placed before us."


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Brazilian Judge Approves Country's First Gay Marriage
Brazilian Judge Approves Country's First Gay Marriage
By Fox News Latino | 06/30/2011 - 15:30

First New York, now Brazil.

How the NY Gay Marriage Bill Is Changing Latina Lives

Just days after New York passed gay marriage, a Brazilian judge has approved what is apparently the South American nation's first gay marriage. Sao Paulo state judge Fernando Henrique Pinto says he has ruled that two men can convert their civil union into a marriage.


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Behind the Scenes of Jennifer Lopez & Marc Anthony's New Show 'Q'Viva: The Chosen'
By Celestrellas | 06/30/2011 - 10:00

As you may have heard, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony have created their own musical reality show, called Q' Viva: The Chosen. Over the next few months, the power couple will embark on an extensive 21-country search for the best new musical talent in Latin America, dancing, singing, intrumental—they're looking to build the next huge Latin superband. For this special mission they are joined by American Idol's creator, Simon Fuller, and world-renowned director and choreographer, Jamie King.


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Volcanic Ash Threatens Copa America
Volcanic Ash From Threatens Copa America Soccer Tournament
By Adriana Rivera | 06/15/2011 - 11:20

The Copa America soccer tournament held in Argentina and set to start July 1 will likely be postponed due to an erupting volcano in Chile that is grounding flights. The South American futbol competition is being delayed due to the amount of ash that the volcano is spewing into the air, which is making it difficult for teams to arrive via airplane.

Top 10 Latino World Cup Hotties


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