Telemundo Latin America news roundup – January 23, 2013

The latest Latin America news in under 59 seconds.

About two million people in Santiago, Chile are suffering from a water shortage in the midst of 80-degree weather. Supplies were cut off after a landslide contaminated a nearby river. Authorities have seized a massive amount of marijuana on the border of Mexico and Arizona, estimated to be worth around $7 million; a Mexican male was taken into custody. Peruvian authorities have returned the remains of the 1983 massacre victims to their families. Sixty-nine peasants were murdered by the Shining Path in the spring of 1983. And a well-known impersonator of Che Guevara has built a religious shrine for ailing Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in his home. The Guevara lookalike says he prays for Chavez every night.

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