Telemundo Latin America news roundup – November 30, 2012

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Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos will meet with Nicaragua’s President Ortega to talk about disputed Caribbean territory. President Santos wants assurances before removing Colombian ships from the territory. In Honduras, police find a record 15 tons of drugs stashed beneath a mountain house. The $450 million worth of drugs was in an underground chamber built for cocaine packages. In Argentina, President Cristina Fernandez presented residency to former Spanish judge Baltazar Garzon. He will be an adviser on human rights issues. And the Colombian government and the FARC have concluded the first stage of peace talks aimed at ending five decades of war. The talks resume on December fifth.

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