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Daylight Saving Time:

Europe ends DST on October 27, 2013

Most Europeans will set their clocks back 1 hour in the early hours of Sunday, October 27, 2013 to enjoy more light in winter mornings.

Local times for DST switch

Total solar eclipse on November 3

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Mark your calendar for the last eclipse of 2013! On Sunday, November 3, people in some parts of the world will be able to see a total solar eclipse.

Can you see the eclipse?

Remember to protect your eyes!

World Clock App for Windows 8 updated

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Our World Clock - Time Zones App for Windows 8 has had an update.

We've fixed reported issues with the live tiles as well as a few compatiblity issues with Windows 8.1.

Check out the app

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Time Zone News

 ▶ USA & Canada end daylight saving time on Sunday, November 3, 2013

 ▶ Brazil: Acre and parts of Amazonas switch time zones

 ▶ Spain ponders switching time zones

 ▶ Morocco extends DST to October 27, 2013

 ▶ Jordan remains on DST for a second year


Did you know...

...that 3 comets will line up in the sky in the early morning hours of Saturday, November 9, 2013?
More about the comets


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