Many of the world's most interesting and important stories aren't in just one place. Sometimes they’re scattered in bits and pieces across the Internet, in blog posts and tweets, and in multiple languages. The global news resources allows you to find all these stories in one place.
Global Voices is a largely volunteer community of more than 1400 writers, analysts, online media experts and translators. The site has been leading the conversation on citizen media reporting since 2005. Global voices curate, verify and translate trending news and stories you might be missing on the Internet, from blogs, independent press and social media in 167 countries.
Newsmap is a news aggregation tool that organizes news stories, by popularity and volume of reporting, in a visually pleasing treemap. This makes it extremely simple to see what's going on and how much coverage it's receiving. At Newsmap you can display news by category (such as World, National, Business, Technology, Sports, Entertainment, and Health) as well as by country (such as U.S., U.K., Spain, Mexico, France, and more). You can combine countries and categories to interesting effect, like selecting only technology news across several countries to see a weighted map of what news stories are popular in each country.
The Internet Archive is a non-profit that was founded to build an Internet library. Its purposes include offering permanent access for researchers, historians, scholars, people with disabilities, and the general public to historical collections that exist in digital format. At the Internet Archive site, you can find wondrous things like video clips or archived web sites.