Telemundo Latin America news roundup – November 16, 2012

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In Cuba, the top FARC negotiator told reporters they want a national assembly to change the constitution once a peace deal is reached with the government. Peace talks between the FARC and the Colombia government resume on Monday. In Peru, delegates from 23 countries are meeting for a two-day conference on crop substitutes that can replace drug cultivation. Officials have highlights the cocoa tree as a successful alternative crop. Meanwhile, two artifacts taken from Machu Picchu by an American archaeologist in 1911 were returned to Peru this week. The pieces will be displayed in a newly built museum in nearby Cusco. And Mexican duo Jesse and Joy won big at last night’s Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas. The brother and sister group won both record and song of the year. Colombian singer Juanes and Dominican producer Juan Luis Guerra also took home awards.

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