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A full-text (no images) online service that provides access to sources of national and international news, business, health and general information. Best for the Wall Street Journal, but good for many other news sources worldwide.
Formerly, Lexis Nexis Academic. Best for the New York Times, Agence France Presse, AllAfrica.com, BBC Monitoring, and many more titles.
Textmining Nexis Uni content is provided through the Penn Libraries LexisNexis Bulk Data tool, see our guide, Text Mining at Penn Libraries.
Like Factiva and LexisNexis, Newsbank offers searchable fulltext of international and U.S. newspapers. Covers current issues (i.e., yesterday in most cases) with extensive backfiles, going back as far as the 1970s, for English-language publications, such as the Financial Times and Le Monde Diplomatique.
An online version of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) dailies (Monday-Friday) that covered political, military and economic news for every part of the world in their translations of local newspapers and media broadcasts.
This guide describes Penn Libraries holdings for foreign and international newspapers, online and in print or microform formats. Also see our guide, American Newspapers (Penn Libraries guide) for our extensive US current and historical newspaper holdings in all formats.
Selected Russian-language press materials, "carefully translated into English" and intended for use in teaching and research. Includes complete backfile, with its predecessors Current Digest of the Soviet Press (1949-1991) and Current Digest of the Post-Soviet Press (1992-2010).