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A Mexican official said Trump lost his temper during the conversation, but U.S. officials described Trump as frustrated and exasperated.  Full Story

Latin America
A Mexican official said Trump lost his temper during the conversation, but U.S. officials described Trump as frustrated and exasperated. 

The president also addressed the "ridiculous, illegal" sanctions against the nation, describing the U.S.-led economic war as unprecedented in Venezuela's history. 

El Salvador expressed its "surprise at the accusations" and called Trump's attention "to the historical reality of the relationship maintained by both nations."
"We are going to invest more in anti-aircraft defense, to make all regions of the country impregnable," President Nicolas Maduro posted on Twitter.
World
"Since 2015 we have identified 21 staff members who were either dismissed for paying for sexual services or resigned during an internal enquiry," said the Red Cross.
"Voters should consider national interests when picking candidates and voting for them," Hezbollad leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said.
"Moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem is a violation of international law and goes against international conventions," said the Palestinian resistance group.
Bombing in Syria's Eastern Ghouta region, near Damascus, has come under scrutiny after civilian casualties were reported.
Sport
Ordaz, currently preparing for the upcoming international Capablanca in Memoriam competition, was named Woman International Master at the age of 15.
The 38 Latin American athletes come from myriad backgrounds: some grew up in Europe or Canada and are returning to represent their homelands.
The organization added that an investigation had been launched to determine how the substance entered the athlete's system.
Krushelnitsky possibly returning a positive result is perplexing to spectators since curling is generally not a physically demanding sport.
Culture
Radio Rebelde, the voice of the Cuban Revolution, began as a clandestine pirate radio station nestled in the Sierra Maestra Mountains in the eastern part of the island. 
Sikh and Indian figures and organizations initiated a social media campaign lashing out against the fashion brand for its “offensive” show.
Bolivian officials condemned the "scandalous" image: they say it disgraces the nation's patron, which has been a subject of veneration for centuries.
The contemporary group celebrates over fifty years of success and continues to travel the globe telling the stories of Cuba.