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Last Updated: Mar 20, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Google News Archive

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International Newspapers and News Websites

News and Current Events for Tweens and Teens

School Library Journal recommends

School Library Journal article recommends five websites that provide free up-to-the-minute news from around the world:

  • -  Global Voices – - Written, translated, and curated by more than 800 citizen journalists and media experts, searchable by topic or region, 43 languages

  • -  Newsmap – - Real-time, trending news in 15 countries, color-coded by topic and adjustable by how much detail you want

  • -  TV News Archive – - Televised news clips from over 700,000 shows from 2009 to the present

  • -  Al-Monitor - - News about the Middle East translated into English from Hebrew, Turkish, Persian, and Arabic

  • -  AllAfrica - - Aggregated news from over 130 African news outlets and content from AllAfrica reporters. 


    Interactive Sites

    • Newspaper Map
      Interactive map that provides links to daily newspapers around the world. Filter by language, newspaper, and location.
    • U. S. News Map
      "Search over eleven million newspaper pages between 1789 and 1922"
    • Heatmap News
      "Click on a hotspot to view news in that area.
      News is provided by Google News and has been collecting since 18/08/2014."
    • (beta)
      "Topics and places the world is reporting on right now. Explore what shapes our different perspectives."

    The New York Times

    🎉 We have a school-wide subscription! 🎉


    • Factinista
      "Discover factual insights and high-quality articles from best sources of news and analysis on the web.

      •Expert curated content.
      •Get a daily/email digest based on your specific interests (must create account first)
      •Follow topics, contributors, geography, and sources."

      (Link contributed by Mrs. Emily Lorusso)

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