World News Headlines – Nov 4th 🌎

    • Jamaica’s Health Ministry will host a forum this month to address the increase in mental health cases in the western part of the island.
    • US President Donald Trump has threatened to cut federal funding for the wildfires sweeping California, in a Twitter spat with the state’s governor.
    • McDonald’s has dismissed Chief Executive Steve Easterbrook over a recent consensual relationship with an employee.
    • Guyana’s first Women’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry will be officially launched on November 21st.
    • The Indian capital, Delhi, has launched a car rationing system as it battles hazardous levels of pollution.
    • Ten people in six states in the US have become infected with salmonella after eating ground beef.
    • Barbados pig farmers are being assured they will be protected from the importation of pork.
    • Venezuela ordered El Salvador’s diplomats to leave the country in a reprisal move.