Telemundo Latin America news roundup – October 3, 2012

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Mexican authorities moved hundreds of high-risk prisoners from a jail in Reynosa after a rash of prison breaks in the last two years. Police believe the Zetas are responsible for the jailbreaks. Meanwhile, eight Mexican fishermen were rescued by authorities after their ship smashed against a rocky shore off Mexico‘s Pacific Coast during Tropical Storm Norman. Several fishermen were injured. As the third summit of Arab and South American countries came to an end in Peru, leaders expressed their support for peace, human rights and Palestinian sovereignty. And in Brazil, hundreds of people held a multi-faith vigil in Sao Paolo to mark the 20th anniversary of a prison massacre in which riot police killed more than 100 inmates.

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