Telemundo Latin America news roundup – October 31, 2012

The latest Latin America news in under 59 seconds.

A Venezuelan aid plane loaded with food and other supplies made its way to Cuba on Tuesday. Venezuela’s government has promised aid to Haiti and Cuba, which have both been devastated by Hurricane Sandy. A Bolivian journalist was attacked, covered in gasoline and burned while live on air. The journalist was reporting on smuggling rings when he and his producer were set on fire. Police have arrested three suspects. In Colombia, six police officers were killed in an attack police say was carried out by FARC rebels. This is the largest attack since the Colombian government and the FARC began peace talks three weeks ago. And in Mexico, a new 1.8 billion dollar subway line opened that will run 25 kilometers from Tlahuac to Mexico City. Line 12, known as the gold line, will feature 20 stations and carry 500,000 passengers.

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