En Vogue: British Vogue is more inclusive than ever under new editor
IN THE WORLD PAPERS - Friday, November 10: British Vogue is tackling diversity head-on under its first black, male editor. Meanwhile, the Chinese press deliver a glowing review after Donald Trump's visit. Also, Emmanuel Macron lands himself on the front cover of Time magazine. In Australia, a senator is verbally abused, prompting a national discussion about racism. Finally, a new US college course requires students to give up technology - and talking - for a month!