I have a query based on multiple post_types and taxonomies that works well, however I would like to add a level of complexity and query a taxonomy only for a specific taxonomy.
This query works as expected:
Array ( [topic] => global-reach [sections] => programs-and-services [regions] => ghana [post_type] => Array (  => publications  => media_releases  => page ) [posts_per_page] => 10 )
Now I would like to select only the 'pages' that have the taxonomy 'options' set to 'set-as-news-item' ... here is a somewhat unlogical pseudo query of what I would like to accomplish, but it should get the idea across.
Array ( [topic] => global-reach [sections] => programs-and-services [regions] => ghana [post_type] => Array (  => aucc_publication  => aucc_media  => Array ( [post_type] => 'page', [options] => 'set-as-news-item' ( ) [posts_per_page] => 10 )
I could use the first query above and filter out unwanted posts as I loop them, but then I could not use Wordpress' built-in pagination.
I'm asking for too much out of WP_Query right?