Winds topple US border wall being built; it falls in Mexico

CALEXICO, CALIFORNIA (AP) — A portion of border wall being built in California toppled in strong winds, falling on a busy street on the Mexican side, authorities said on Thursday. No one was injured. Concrete had not yet dried on several panels of steel poles topped with metal plates, which fell on Wednesday about four kilometres east of a border crossing that connects the downtown areas of Calexico, California, and Mexicali, Mexico, Border Patrol spokesman Carlos Pitones said. More details in Weekend’s Borneo Bulletin