Telemundo Latin America news roundup — June 28, 2013

The latest Latin America news in under 59 seconds.

Bolivian authorities announced plans to separate children living with their incarcerated parents in ovrecrowded jails. The decision came after horrid reports that a 12 year-old girl was allegedly raped by her inmate father. In Brazil, 5,000 protestors marched peacefully in Rio. They continued to demand a crackdown on corruption and better public services. In Mexico, activists warned of new U.S. immigration legislation sending a mixed message to migrants. Activists said promising a path to citizenship and increasing border security was “schizophrenic.” And in Peru, archaeologists discovered a 1,200 year-old tomb North of Lima. It contained 63 mumified bodies — mostly women — who may have been royalty.

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