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As it is night in some parts of the world while it is day in other parts, different places in the world have different times. This is why the world is divided into 24 different time zones. One for each hour in a day. Very large countries that are spread out across many time zones, such as Russia or the USA, are divided into separate time zones.What countries are on GMT?
GMT is a country based time standard. It is used primarily by bodies associated with the United Kingdom like the BBC World Service, the Royal Navy, and the Met Office. As a matter of fact, several countries adopt GMT in their legislation. They are the United Kingdom, Belgium, Republic of Ireland, and Canada.