In this June 29, 2014 file photo, US singer Stevie Wonder performs at the Calling festival, in London. (Photo by Jim Ross/Invision/AP)
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Stevie Wonder said the mayor of Ferguson, Missouri, isn't seeing the full picture a month after an unarmed black 18-year-old was killed by a white police officer.Wonder said he approved of how President Barack Obama has responded to protests in the city following Michael Brown's death last month.Wonder said his new music was partly inspired by monitoring world news, from clashes in the Middle East to cultural differences in the U.S.Wonder's tour is set to begin Nov. 6 in New York City and continue through 10 more cities, ending in Oakland, California, in December.
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