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President Pena Nieto vows to defend Mexico's interests without "confrontation or submission".
Officials issued the warning after two suicide bombers carrying infants evaded detection.
"Great thing for the American worker what we just did," says President Trump as he drops the accord.
Negotiations are under way in Kazakhstan's capital Astana- but who is and isn't taking part?
A woman is removed from an Alaska Airlines flight for berating the President Trump supporter seated next to her.
County Mayo residents are hit by calls to X-rated TV channel Babestation after a phone number blunder.
Iceland is gripped by a rare murder inquiry after a young woman's body was found.
The number of confirmed deaths rises to seven amid hope people may have survived in air pockets.
Seven of those killed were in a Georgia trailer park apparently struck by a tornado.
A police spokeswoman says "spouses can be spies" and a security risk.
Weeks before the Dutch go to the polls, Mark Rutte targets people who reject the country's values.
The government's lead negotiator accuses his rebel counterpart of making "provocative" comments.
Stolen artworks, cultural items and archaeological items recovered in a European sting operation.
Italian emergency workers find three puppies alive in the hotel boiler room after five days.
Gambians have celebrated the end of Yahya Jammeh's 22-year rule but things are unlikely to change fast.
Togo coach Claude LeRoy says Kossi Agassa can miss Wednesday's Nations Cup match against DR Congo after the goalkeeper's house was vandalised.
Having a healthy lifestyle "doesn't mean you're going to look a certain way," Miss Canada says.
State coffers are said to be empty as the capital prepares for the return of President Adama Barrow.
MPs say weight should be overlooked to combat the military's skills shortage.
Many of the 17.86 million babies born in China last year already had an older sibling, say officials.