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Controversial Latino Abortion Billboard, Fearsome Chile Volcano and Penguaggedon: It's the Week In Latino News

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  • Feb.7, 2007: Magellanic penguins stand together on Saunders Island, Falkland Islands. About a dozen Magellanic penguins which settled in Brazil's shores will be relocated to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, in northern Calif., on Saturday.

    Feb.7, 2007: Magellanic penguins stand together on Saunders Island, Falkland Islands. About a dozen Magellanic penguins which settled in Brazil's shores will be relocated to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, in northern Calif., on Saturday.  (2007 Getty Images)

  • Carlos Beltrán, of the New York Mets, and Iván Rodríguez of the Washington Nationals, here playing with the Puerto Rico National team. They are two of only 20 Major League players from the Caribbean island who were on Opening Day rosters.

    Carlos Beltrán, of the New York Mets, and Iván Rodríguez of the Washington Nationals, here playing with the Puerto Rico National team. They are two of only 20 Major League players from the Caribbean island who were on Opening Day rosters.  (2009 Getty Images)

The Week In Latino News starts off with a controversial ad by a conservative group decrying abortions among Latinos. The provocative billboards will be placed in California with text that reads, "The most dangerous place for a Latino is in the womb."

 

Don't look now, but its Penguaggedon after 600 penguins were found dead in Uruguay. What caused this mass fowl play?

 

The tale of the vanishing Latino baseball player: Puerto Ricans in major league baseball have dropped 50 percent since 2005.

 

Thousands fled a fearsome volcano that had its awesome power on display in Chile this week. Check out the slideshow of dazzling photos.

 

Drug war? What drug war! Tourism in Mexico is booming.

 

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