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Find 10,000 newspapers with the click of a mouse with this outstanding resource that reveals what kinds of news stories are being covered all over the globe. Filter for language, search for a specific newspaper, or check the news from a given location. You can even find historic newspapers. Using Google Map technology, this site allows you to zoom in and zoom out, and takes you to maps of places where you will find their newspapers.

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