From today’s broadcast:
The arrest of former Mexican General Salvador Cienfuegos makes headlines around the world: (Proceso)
Cienfuegos’ aprehensión will have repercussions in the Ayotzinapa case, says Mexico’s Government Undersecretary Alejandro Encinas: (Proceso)
There are 27 outstanding warrants related to the Ayotzinapa case, says Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador: (Proceso)
17 states in orange (including Jalisco), 14 in yellow and one in green this week (Campeche), in the federal Covid-19 stoplight: (Excelsior)
Local hotels concerned about the lack of ‘quality’ international tourists: (Contralinea)
Controversial sky bar in Marina Vallarta does obtain a liquor license. Closure is expected: (Contralinea)
More highway tourism arrives. In contrast, airline recovery is slower than expected in the region: (Contralinea)
Conchas Chinas residents protest against new condo development to be built: (NoticiasPV)
New Talpa-Tomatlán highway shows considerable progress: (Vallarta Opina)
Meet #LordAsperger, a college-level professor that ridiculed and denigrated a student during an online class: (Proceso)
Brace for Holiday ‘Shipageddon,’ says The New York Times! (IN ENGLISH): (The New York Times)
WATCH: Local newscaster is surprised to find out that the wedding news she was telling was her boyfriend, proposing live: (El Universal)
Mexican film ‘Ya No Estoy Aquí’ (I’m No Longer Here) nominated for Best Iberian American film in Spain’s prestigious Goya Awards: (Informador)
WATCH: The trailer for ‘Ya No Estoy Aquí,’ available on Netflix.
Sea turtles are born under a beach chair in Los Muertos Beach while locals were lounging: (Vallarta Opina)
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