Coffee & Headlines • November 19, 2020

From today’s broadcast:

HEADLINES

Former Mexican Defense secretary back in Mexico after the US drops charges: (Vallarta Independiente)

DEA investigators fuming over dropped case (IN ENGLISH): (Yahoo)

Puerto Vallarta’s City Hall is still not accessible to all: (Vallarta Independiente)

Suspect for the double murder that took place outside Paco’s Ranch is apprehended: (NoticiasPV)

Fernando González Corona presents mega development in the mountains behind Garza Blanca: (Contralinea)

AMLO’s sister, Candelaria Beatriz López, passed away from diabetes complications: (NoticiasPV)


LEISURE

Ikea expected to open their first store in Mexico City in 2021: (Informador)

(You can how shop online at www.ikea.com.mx)

Senate advances cannabis legislation, now headed to the General Assembly for discussion tomorrow: (Informador)

What to say to people who say you’re being ‘too safe’ amid Covid-19 (IN ENGLISH): (Huffington Post)

I love my grown children, but I’m not willing to die because of their pandemic choices (IN ENGLISH): (Huffington Post)


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