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Mexico contradicts Trump on paying for border wall

MEXICO CITY - Donald Trump told Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto he would build a border wall to keep illegal migrants out if he wins the U.S. presidency, but Pena Nieto held fast to his position that Mexico would not pay for it.

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Maine governor says will not resign amid racism flap

Maine Governor Paul LePage said on Wednesday he would not resign and was seeking spiritual advice after unleashing an obscenity-laden voicemail message on a political rival, as state lawmakers mulled whether to vote to censure the Republican.

Turkey wants to 'cleanse' strip of territory on Syrian border

JARABLUS, Syria Turkey wants to clear Islamic State from a 90-km (56-mile) stretch of territory on the Syrian side of its border, an official said on Wednesday, a week after it launched an incursion that has strained ties with the United States.

SolarCity advisor Lazard made mistake in deal with Tesla

Lazard Ltd , the investment bank that advised SolarCity Corp on its $2.6 billion sale to Tesla Motors Inc , made an error in its analysis that discounted the value of the U.S. solar energy company by $400 million, a regulatory filing by Tesla showed on Wednesday.

Philippines' Duterte: Obama must listen to me on human rights

MANILA Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Wednesday he was ready to discuss any issues with Barack Obama when they meet in Laos next week, but added that the U.S. president must listen to him first before bringing up the question of human rights.

Commentary: When did we stop caring about mass murder?

More mass graves are discovered in Iraqi and Syrian territory formerly held by the mass murderers known as Islamic State, and the news no longer shocks anyone. Nor does the fact that most Christians who have not yet fled the region, along with other minorities, live in constant terror of more atrocities and executions.

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