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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

Ian Bremmer Speaks with Canada’s Jason Kenney About Trudeau, China and Polarization

This week’s TIME international cover was of Ian Bremmer’s interview with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he faces a tough reelection battle and reels from scandals. Bremmer...

The Guardian view on Egypt: Sisi isn’t everyone’s favourite dictator | Editorial

While foreign leaders buddy up to Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, his people endure a brutal crackdown on rightsEven before Egyptian authorities warned that they would “decisively confront” any protests...

U.S. Avoids Postal ‘Brexit’ as Universal Postal Union Reaches a Deal

The United Nations body governing worldwide mail systems will remain intact after it agreed to a compromise on Wednesday that will change the way its postal fees are...

Jacques Chirac Stood Up to George W. Bush on Iraq, and Made Paris Shine

REUTERSPARIS—Jacques Chirac, whose family announced his death at age 86 on Thursday, was in many ways the French president with the greatest affinity for the United States, yet...

‘You’ve Caused Hurt and Disappointment.’ Hongkongers Lash Out at Embattled Leader During Town Hall...

Hong Kong’s embattled leader faced a barrage of criticism Thursday night as she held a town hall-style meeting in her first overture to the public since pro-democracy protests...

Is economic growth a friend or foe to the environment? Telegraph readers share their...

Greta Thunberg is wrong; economic growth is friend to the environment, not foe, wrote Jeremy Warner in his column yesterday. While he said that he admired the 16-year-old,...

Saudi Prince Says Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder Happened on His ‘Watch’, PBS Reports

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman said the murder of government critic and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi “happened under my watch,” but without his knowledge, Frontline PBS...

Fury as Johnson’s Rhetoric Inflames Divisions: Brexit Update

(Bloomberg) -- Boris Johnson sparked a backlash across Parliament with his attacks on opposition lawmakers, accusing them of “surrender” as he ratcheted up divisions over Brexit. His rhetoric...

1 Dead as Strong Earthquake Rattles Eastern Indonesia

(JAKARTA, Indonesia) — A strong earthquake Thursday killed one person and damaged a hospital, university and bridge on one of Indonesia’s less populated islands. Parts of a building at...

Boris Johnson's Brexit rhetoric condemned as MPs tell of death threats – Politics live

The prime minister sparked fury yesterday when he dismissed concerns about his language when speaking about Brexit as ‘humbug’Full story: Labour fury as Johnson goes on the attack‘Man...
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