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Top world stories of the day: January 10

10-01-2019

Check out the top world stories of the day

Would you shove Trump off a cliff for a can of beer, Trudeau asked

Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau fielded an unusual question Wednesday: would he accept a beer in exchange for pushing Donald Trump off a cliff?(Hindustan Times)

Would you shove Trump off a cliff for a can of beer, Trudeau asked

Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau fielded an unusual question Wednesday: would he accept a beer in exchange for pushing Donald Trump off a cliff?(Hindustan Times)

Chapo's secret messages to his wife and lover revealed

Prosecutors trying Joaquin "Chapo" Guzman opened an extraordinary window into the intimate life of the Mexican drug lord as he plotted crime deals with his wife and a lover while doting on his twin daughters.(AFP)

Chapo's secret messages to his wife and lover revealed

Prosecutors trying Joaquin "Chapo" Guzman opened an extraordinary window into the intimate life of the Mexican drug lord as he plotted crime deals with his wife and a lover while doting on his twin daughters.(AFP)

China’s slowdown is the biggest threat to world economy

You shouldn’t worry too much about the big U.S. stock market sell-off. You should worry about China’s instead.(The Washington Post)

China’s slowdown is the biggest threat to world economy

You shouldn’t worry too much about the big U.S. stock market sell-off. You should worry about China’s instead.(The Washington Post)

Jaguar Land Rover to make "substantial" job cuts after China, diesel slump- source

Britain's biggest carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is set to announce "substantial" job cuts in the thousands.(Reuters)

Jaguar Land Rover to make "substantial" job cuts after China, diesel slump- source

Britain's biggest carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is set to announce "substantial" job cuts in the thousands.(Reuters)

Visas Issued to Foreign Students Fall, Partly Due to Immigration Policy

The number of visas issued to foreign students fell markedly last year amid stricter immigration policies, State Department data show.(The Wall Street Journal.)

Visas Issued to Foreign Students Fall, Partly Due to Immigration Policy

The number of visas issued to foreign students fell markedly last year amid stricter immigration policies, State Department data show.(The Wall Street Journal.)

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