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Western News Sources
Finds full text of articles published in English-language newspapers worldwide, 1980 to present.
Access World News
Regional, national, and international newspapers, 1980's-present.
U.S. and British newspapers, 1985 to present.
Russian, East European, Central Asian News Sources
BBC Monitoring, Former Soviet Union
Daily digests in English of news emanating from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova, 2003 - present.
BBC Monitoring, Central Asia and Caucasus
Daily digests in English of news from the eight southernmost countries of the former Soviet Union, 1998 - present.
BBC Monitoring, European
Daily digests in English of news from the Baltics, East Central and Southeast Europe, 2003 - present.
BBC Monitoring, International Reports.
Daily selected news reports from around the world, grouped by major world region, 1997 - present.
Current Digest of the Russian Press
English translations of selected news items from the Russian press, 1949 to present. Weekly.
Russian News Database (Integrum)
Full text of over 3,000 Russian current and archived news, statistical and other periodical publications from the late 1990s to present.
Foreign broadcast information service (FBIS) index
Finds citations to news articles published in Russian, East European and FSU newspapers, 1975-1994. Citations point to full text in English translation, available on microfiche in the Microform Collections, Suzzallo ground floor.
Lursoft Latvian and Baltic News Database
The sole point of access to most Latvian newspapers online. Password-protected: contact UW's Slavic and Baltic studies librarian at email@example.com for assistance.
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
U.S. federally funded news service with particular focus on news from countries with limited press freedom.
In-depth regional news coverage by independent journalists based throughout the REECA area. Established in 1990s by the Open Society Institute (Soros Foundation).
Google News Feeds, Russia and Eastern Europe
Countries covered to date (2017), each drawing on feeds from more (Poland) or less reputable (Czech Republic) news providers: