Around the World in 80 Seconds

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Let ( take you around the world in 80 seconds, or, time permitting, linger a while longer. The reading choices are abundant - 12,000 newspapers from 216 countries and territories. And there's another very compelling reason to visit, access to the site is entirely free.

Whether readers want news from around the corner or from another corner of the world; news delivered in their native tongue; or in the language of their country of residence; offers unparalleled location and language options for choosing a newspaper to read.

The site's new choices are surely a welcome escape from repetitive local radio updates and often-redundant television coverage. organizes its content in several ways.

Newsreaders, business and leisure travelers, students, consumers, researchers, and librarians can narrow their selection by clicking on a map or a region name. Alternatively visitors can find news that is relevant to them with a quick click on an alphabetical index of countries or select from a list of the top 100 newspapers based on circulation numbers.

Readers can also choose a newspaper located in one of the world's 400 largest cities such as Tokyo, Mexico City, Seoul, New York City, and Sao Paulo.

Newspapers written in some of the world's most frequently spoken languages including English, German, Spanish and French are available for reading and visitors may explore an extensive directory listing 97 languages ranging from Acoli (spoken in Uganda) to Zulu (from South Africa).

In these times of unprecedented natural disasters and international conflict, news hounds and average consumers alike will appreciate's easy-to-use connection to news offering multiple perspectives as well as maps, images and information about the areas served by the newspaper. is proof that the best Web content is still available to consumers without asking them for a credit card.

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