Telemundo Latin America news roundup — July 31, 2013

The latest Latin America news in under 59 seconds.

Today, Honduras declared a state of emergency following an outbreak of dengue fever, which has killed 16 people. Officials say more than 12,000 people have been diagnosed with the disease. In Panama, authorities revealed more interesting cargo from the seized North Korean ship — including 12 jet engines and 5 military vehicles, which officials say may be missile controls. All cargo was hidden under several thousand tons of sugar. In Brazil, more than 300 people protested against Sao Paulo’s governor. Two hundred military police were called in to break up crowds. At least 20 people were reportedly detained. And techies flocked to Mexico City for the country’s fourth annual Campus Party. The week-long internet fair connects 8,000 tech lovers to share ideas and creations.

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