Famous News Papers Names In The World
- They cost a “gazette” (a Venetian coin), which is why many newspapers have Gazette in their titles. The first crossword puzzle was published in a British newspaper called the Sunday Express in 1924. There are less than 1,000 newspapers left in the United States (the most we ever had was 7,689)
- If everyone recycled their newspapers, we would save 250 million trees each year.
- 99.4% of all retailers advertise their business in the newspaper.
Want to know what’s really going on? This page is designed to allow you to gain quick access to information about global and international issues from a variety of media. With the links below, you have the world news you have! But be careful not to read stories only to feed your own opinion. On this page, you will find a selection of links to the world’s major newspapers, news services, and high-profile broadcasters – universally accepted and viewed by millions of people around the world.
Facts or Opinions
Truth cannot be disputed but opinion is someone else’s opinion, and it is not guaranteed to be true. An important skill of reading news stories is to distinguish between the truth, and the case when it seems that someone is trying to give an opinion as fact.
Not sure if the story is true? Check the news with another source (news), the more sources you can find the story, the better. See if this story is true and not PR.
Quick check: Copy the article title into the search engine, see results. The more references you get to reliable sources, the more likely it is that the story is true. If questionable sources arise, the story may not be true.
|The Yomiuri Shimbun||Japan||Japanese|
|The Asahi Shimbun||Japan||Japanese|
|The Mainichi Newspapers||Japan||Japanese|
|The Times of India||India||English|
|The Wall Street Journal||USA||English|
|The New York Times||USA||English|
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