The Times is an English-language daily newspaper in the United Kingdom, published in London from 1785 to the present, and is considered one of the top newspapers in Britain. Outside of the UK, it is frequently referred to as The London Times or the The Times of London to distinguish it from other newspapers.

Walter Harris was a travel correspondent for The Times, and wrote much of his experiences in Morocco during the early 1900s.

In 1943, while on an expedition on Zile Muri-yo, George McHale wished for a proper breakfast, which would include a copy of The Times.

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