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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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Access U.K. & Ireland Newspapers enables researchers to easily search and browse across more than 900 national, regional and local news sources from England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Ireland and Wales. The collection is comprised of daily, weekly and online newspapers and sources, each with news coverage.
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African Newspapers: The British Library Collection features 64 newspapers from throughout Africa, all published before 1901. Originally archived by the British Library, these rare historical documents are now available for the first time in a fully searchable online collection.
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This complete country-by-country data set contains over 300 key economic indicators for a country, with data ranging from 1980 to 2050.
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For decades the official newspaper of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Pravda, was widely read both within the Soviet states and by foreign diplomats, politicians, and intelligence agencies. This database includes both the perspective of the Communist Party during the Soviet era and that of Russia’s conservative-nationalist opposition in articles published after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The content comes from a U.S. government organisation that became part of the CIA, who carefully monitored Pravda, collecting and translating into English many of its important published articles. Covers the period 1959 - 1996.
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The Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) selected, transcribed and translated foreign-language broadcast and print news items as part of its intelligence gathering operations. This database encompasses a portion of the FBIS archive from the Cold War focused on key issues, events and people of that era. It contains essential perspectives from key Communist Bloc and developing world news sources, for the period 1945-1991.
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