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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 can learn from China’s experience: Media chief

Nigeria can learn from the experience China has gained in its economic reform and development, a media chief executive officer said.

Inside the mind of Bernie Sanders: unbowed, unchanged, and unafraid of a good fight

With never-before-seen documents from his first foray into politics, Bernie Sanders' activist roots were 30 years ahead of their time.

China not joining US-led coalitions fighting terrorism

China refused to join any US-led coalitions that have a military nature and this also applies to international counter-terrorism cooperation.

Canada sells off most of its gold reserves

Canada may be one of the world's biggest gold-mining nations but it is emptying its gold reserves.

Poll: Top Ranking Feds Would Quit if Trump or Clinton Becomes President

High ranking Feds would consider quitting their jobs or retire if Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton were elected president, according to a new survey.

Xi Jinping: China Backs an Independent Palestine Based on Pre-1967 borders

Xi Jinping declares China supports the creation of an independent Palestinian state with eastern Jerusalem as its capital, based on the pre-1967 borders.

New Norwegian Initiative to Promote Freedom of Expression and Independent Media

As part of Norway’s foreign and development policy, the Government will step up its efforts to support independent media, provide protection for people who express their opinions publicly, and improve public access to information.

Philippines Defies USA, Becomes Founding Member to New China-led Bank

The Republic of the Philippines joined other US allies and defied American pressure by formalising its Founding Member status to the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).

South Korean Comfort Women Reject Japan’s Politically Expedient Apology, Conditional Compensation

South Korean wartime victims rejected Japan and South Korea signed landmark agreement on Monday to resolve the "comfort women" issue because they were not consulted and regard the deal as giving up women's human rights.

Norway Leads Europe on Teaching Refugees and Migrants How to Treat Women

Since 2013, Norway has been leading the way in Europe by giving refugees courses on how to treat women.

Bernie Sanders Makes U.S. History, Beats Obama Record With 2 Million Donations

Bernie Sanders campaign has been a raging success, as Sanders has launched a political revolution that changing the national political conversation on issues that matter to millions of ordinary Americans.

Prince Charles Routinely Sent Secret Cabinet Papers for Decades and Lobbies

Prince Charles has been receiving confidential and privileged cabinet papers for decades, giving him access to the inner workings of UK government and market sensitive information and lobbies on them, according to British reports.