Searching by country or domain

There are several ways to limit your search to a specific country or domain. You can use the Location field in Advanced News Search to find articles from a source or sources in a specific country.

You can also specify a location for your search by entering your search terms into the search box followed by this phrase: "location:countryname".

For example, here are the search terms you could use to find the latest news on lemurs in Madagascar: [ lemurs location:madagascar ]

Additionally, you can specify a domain in the Google search box by following your search term with a domain restriction. To do so, use the "site:" operator followed by your chosen domain. The "site:" operator works for both web domains and top level domains. For example:

  • [football site:uk]
  • [lemur site:org]
  • [students site:edu]