This complied list of databases and aggregated news websites are organized by continents, countries, and regions. Subscription databases are available through our Articles and Databases page and include providers such as: Readex, ProQuest, and Gale among others.
This database provides access to more than 60 African newspapers including titles from Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda and Zimbabwe. Coverage includes newspapers published in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
AFRINUL is a centralized database of newspapers published in sub-Saharan Africa. Including over 2000 publications, titles can be found by language, frequency of publication, country, or through a keyword search.
Free multimedia database containing press releases, videos, photos, and documents from 350,000 journalists, bloggers and social networks. This database also contains documents from international institutions, governments, and African-based PR agencies.
allAfrica produces and distributes daily informative news from over 100 African news organizations, and operates from Cape Town, Dakar, Abuja, Johannesburg, Nairobi and Washington DC to produce news by and about Africa.
Since 2002, World Newspapers.com has provided free access to anyone interested in world news. A beneficial resource that provides access to multiple newspapers and news sites from various countries in Africa.
Provides daily news article from Egypt including politics, business, culture, lifestyle, sports and interviews and opinion columns.
The Rand Daily Mail was published in Johannesberg, South Africa from 1902 until 1985. Published in English, The Rand was a critic of South African government policies during Apartheid.
Includes more than 140 newspaper titles from 22 countries, and provides primary source content on colonial history, slave trade, and commerce.
The dLOC is a cooperative, multilingual and multi-institutional digitization project of partners within the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean that provides users with open access to Caribbean cultural, historical and research materials held in archives, libraries, and private collections. Includes the Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library, the Caribbean Map Collection, Panama and Canal Zone materials, and The Vodou Archive.
Latin American Newsstand provides full-text information in Spanish and Portuguese from 41 newspapers from Puerto Rico and 11 Latin American countries, including Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil.
A country-by-country guide to open access historical news sources produced by the native and diaspora communities of Russia, Eurasia, and Eastern Europe.
Offers European cultural heritage material from over 3700 different institutions, including newspapers articles, advertisements and opinion pieces from over 20 countries dating from 1618 to the 1980s.
A great open-access resource which includes European historical documents, video and sound files, photographs and access to multiple newspapers in various languages.
Covers 126 years of reportage, with contributors from various countries and cultures. The newspaper began as the European edition of The New York Herald in 1887. In 1967, the newspaper was renamed The International Herald Tribune. The archive includes over 500,000 pages with more than six million articles, and covers a diverse range of content, from war reportage to cultural criticism.
An open-access online resource of 112 major Belgian newspapers. Languages covered are Dutch, French and German. Includes newspapers from the early 1800s to 1970s.
Provides a full-list of searchable newspaper titles from the Royal Danish Library. Please note: global access does not include full-text items.
Includes newspapers from the last 100 years, from the first Finnish newspaper published to more current titles. A full list of available newspapers can be viewed here.
One of France's most important and widely known newspapers. Established in 1944 Le Monde has covered national and world news, providing in-depth analysis of events worldwide.
Le Monde's predecessor, Le Temps was a newspaper of record. This essential historical archive provides full-text access to the years of 1861-1942.
Published daily in Frankfurt, F.A.Z. has become one of Germany's largest circulating newspapers nationwide.
Full-text access to the Irish Times (1851-2011) and the Weekly Irish Times (1876-1958).
See also United Kingdom.
Published in Milan, Corriere della Sera is Italy's oldest and most-read newspaper.
An archive from the Ministero Della Cultura, this resource offers access to Italy's libraries catalogs as well as full-text to various Italian newspapers.
Delpher contains text from over 1.7 million newspapers and is full-text searchable.
Contains full-text, open access to multiple German newspapers. Features include: the ability to search within a title, summary/ overview of a work, page views, downloadable features, and cite options.
A part of East View Global Press Archive, offers news, reviews, books, chronicles, editorials, and discussion of sports events.
Digital collections website organized by the Polish National Library. Includes holdings from numerous Polish research libraries. Newspapers are included under the Press section.
Literaturnaia gazeta (1929-) is a landmark publication in Russia's cultural heritage that focuses on literary and intellectual life as well as Russia's historical newspapers. It is updated once a year. For recent issues see PressReader.
Searchable full-text and page images of the Russian emigre newspapers Russkoe Slovo (1910-1920) and Novoe Russkoe Slovo (1920-2010) published in New York City. Not all years have been digitized.
Pravda Digital Archive Russian newspaper. Coverage includes 1912 - 2017.
The National Library of Spain, digital newspaper library, contains the most important publications of the Spanish printed press from 18th to the 20th century. A full list of titles can be viewed here.
This collection contains 164 titles and 69,002,257 articles from 1692 to the present. A full list of titles can be found here.
Provides access to newspapers published in Singapore and Malaya between 1831-2009. The advance search feature allows users to explore newspapers by language, date of publication, or content type. Also includes information on over 200 newspaper titles in the National Library's microfilm collection.
This database offers online access to a few newspapers published in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka during the 19th and early 20th century. A full list of included titles can be viewed here.
Contains full-text and full-image articles from twelve English-language Chinese newspapers, including the North China Herald, China Press, Peking Daily News, and Shanghai Times
Founded in 1997, People's Daily is China's largest newspaper and information exchange platform. It provides news coverage from 1946 to 2005. Searches may be limited by language, and past dates are browsable in the Archives tab.
One of the first English language newspapers in Hong Kong, South China Morning Post is a searchable, full-text and full-image database providing articles from 1903-1996.
A daily Indian English-language newspaper. It is the country's oldest English language newspaper.
Japan Times is the oldest English-language Japanese newspaper. Dates of coverage include 1897-2015.
The Vietnam Studies Group provides scholarly resources and information on Vietnam and is a sub-committee of the Southeast Asia Council of the Association for Asian Studies. This online resource center contains a small section of newspaper titles published in Vietnam.
LACLI is an international collaborative effort to create a repository of free online resources for Latin American, Caribbean, Latinx, and Iberian studies. It is a great tool for finding websites that provide audiovisual materials, books, data, ephemera, government documents, oral histories, periodicals, reference works, visual materials, web archives, and much more.
This database provides access to more than 300 newspapers published between 1805 and 1922, including titles from Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Venezuala, Chile, Guatamala, and others. It covers the people, issues, and events that shaped Latin America during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
This database provides full-text information in Spanish and Portuguese from 41 newspapers from Puerto Rico and 11 Latin American countries, including Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil.
LANIC is a free, open access online resource from the University of Texas at Austin that provides access to online information about Latin America as well as information to and from Latin America. It provides access to major Latin American newspapers. Users can browse newspapers by country or region. Also included are additional international resources.
Offers over 16 newspaper titles published in Mexico among other Spanish language newspapers. Searches can be limited by day, week, month, year or decade of the publication.
The Globe and Mail is a Toronto-based newspaper and one of Canada's most widely read newspapers. This database provides searchable, full-text and full-image articles from 1844-2011.
First published in British Columbia, The Vancouver Sun is fully searchable and covers the years 1987-2003.
Including nearly nine million digital pages, it is the largest virtual repository of images from newspapers and magazines printed in Mexico between 1722 and 2010.
This open access reference database documents and showcases publications published in Mexico and America. Includes Mexican-American history, from the Mexican Revolution to the Chicano Movement. Contains a timeline of available publication dates.
The National Library of Israel - Jrayed Collection - Arabic Newspapers
The National Library of Israel Jrayed Collection is a digital archive of Arabic newspapers and journals. Searchable and browsable by title, date, city, and frequency, it provides users with a wide range of newspapers and journals primarily from late Ottoman and Mandatory Palestine.
The Jewish Press documents the history and culture of world Jewry from various countries and in multiple languages. An indispensable source documenting several decades of Jewish history from the 1780s to present day.
Includes more than 700 bound volume newspapers related to politics, education and economics from England, Ireland, and Scotland. Also included are newsbooks, acts of Parliament, addresses, broadsides, pamphlets, and proclamations.
Full runs of 46 newspapers, 17 national and 29 regional, selected by the British Library. Includes newspapers covering political or social movements such as Reform, Chartism, and Home Rule, as well as penny papers targeting working and clerical class readers.
With more than 1.2 million pages, this online archival collection of British magazines, journals and specialty newspapers provides a comprehensive view into Victorian life, customs and society. Searchable and browsable by the publication's title, country, city and range of dates.
Providing coverage from 1902-present, TLS includes articles from and about the most influential figures of our time, the controversies of today, and the response of their contemporaries, making it a rich research and teaching tool for students and scholars.
Includes over 160 historic national, regional, and home country newspapers from the British Isles.
This database offers the searchable, full-text content of Britain's Daily Mail, including all of the major news stories, features, advertisements, and images.
The Guardian (1821-2003) and The Observer (1791-2003), includes full-page and article images, with searchable full text.
A unique visual archive of 19th century Victorian Britain includes illustrations and photographs of events ranging from the Great Exhibition of 1851 to the Boer war.
The Independent is a major British national newspaper which launched in 1986. This database provides searchable full-text and full-image articles from 1986-2012.
Full-text archive of the London Sunday Times from its first issue in 1822 through 2006.
The Telegraph features articles on foreign affairs and foreign cultures. This historical archive contains 150 years and over 1 million full-text and fully searchable newspaper backfiles from its first issue to the end of 2000.
The Times is regarded as one of the most influential news coverage resources of the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth-century. This historical archive was the first online digitized newspaper collection of British newspapers. Includes full-text and page images of the entire newspaper, editorials, announcements, obituaries, and advertisements.
A cross-searchable database of British historical news archives. Users can simultaneously search across The Times Digital Archive, 17th and 18th Century Burney Collections, Financial Times Historical Archive, The Economist Historical Archive, and many more.
Searchable full-text and full-image articles from The Scotsman from 1817-1950.