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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.

Nigeria’s President Draws Criticism for Seeking Medical Care Abroad

ABUJA, Nigeria — President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria, who has urged politicians not to go abroad to seek medical care, has traveled to Britain on his fifth official...

Activist Accused of Inciting Hatred Helped Kazakhs Flee China’s Camps

Ethnic Kazakhs in China are believed to make up the second largest population of people held in the indoctrination camps, behind Uighurs. Kazakhstan has worked to help Kazakh...

Fog Forces Trump to Cancel Visit to DMZ Separating 2 Koreas

SEOUL, South Korea — President Trump on Wednesday tried and failed to make a surprise, unscheduled visit to the demilitarized...

England Greatly Expands Sex Education, Despite Some Parents’ Protests

LONDON — English schools will significantly broaden sex and relationship education to cover topics including same-sex relationships, transgender people, menstruation, sexual assault, mental health, genital cutting, forced marriage,...

U.S. Strikes Caused at Least 13 Civilian Casualties, Afghans Say

“Over the past three days of our operations in the village, we haven’t seen a single civilian,” Mr. Saleem said....

These Pictures Show The 845-Year-Old Mosque That ISIS Just Destroyed

A symbolic grand mosque and a landmark minaret that have towered over Mosul since the 12th century were destroyed by ISIS on Wednesday. Ahmad Al-rubaye / AFP / Getty Images The Grand Mosque of al-Nuri and the adjacent minaret were built in 1172 by Nur al-Din Mahmoud Zangi — who at one point ruled Damascus, Mosul, and Aleppo, and was known for unifying Muslim fighters against Christian crusaders from Europe. This 1932 photo shows the minaret next to a Yazidi shrine. G. Eric and Edith Matson Photograph Collection / Via Library of Congress Karim Sahib / AFP / Getty Images An Iraqi antiquities official told the AP in 1998 that the minaret may have started to lean because the bricks exposed to the sun started expanding, crunching those in the shade until the whole structure leaned south. G. Eric and Edith Matson Photograph Collection / Via Library of Congress The old mosque was destroyed and renovated by the Iraqi antiquities department in 1942, but the minaret was left u..

Your Tuesday Briefing – The New York Times

Unheeded warnings in Sri LankaA newly revealed memo from the country’s national intelligence chief, dated 12 days before the Easter bombings, warned the police chief of an imminent...

Who’s in the Middle of a Spat Between the U.S. and China? Canada

TORONTO — The United States and China are embroiled in a tense trade war that seemed headed for escalation after the United States accused a top Chinese technology...

Three Mountain Climbers Missing After an Avalanche in Canada

OTTAWA — Three professional mountain climbers were missing and presumed dead on Thursday after an avalanche in Banff National Park in the western province of Alberta.The three were...

Why Ipoh, Malaysia, Should Be on Your Travel Radar

Chokodok (Malay for banana fritter) has accommodations above its intriguing, tumbledown, reggae-themed restaurant. Opened by two brothers who had spent...

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