While searching online world news websites like AP or Google News, one will be able to see a list of all the latest stories that are breaking across the planet. Websites like these that aggregate news from across the internet could be the perfect thing for people who enjoy news from across the political spectrum. While some people may just want to stick to Fox or CNN breaking news headlines, others may be interested in seeing political, technology and business news from every possible source.
A few online world news websites could show people several stories of interest right off of the top. On July 5, 2013, The New York Times and other popular news sources announced that the Vatican has cleared two former popes for sainthood. Whether someone is especially religious, a fan of history, or just interested in the latest global developments, they will no doubt see the far reaching ramifications of such a decision.
Other people may scour a online world news website in hopes of learning more about the change of power in Egypt. Some may find it slightly coincidental that a day before Americas independence day, the Egyptian military stated a coup to depose Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.
One would not have to read through an entire free online news channel in order to see the potential troubles that could arise from such a situation. People from across the globe probably be wondering if world leaders like President Obama or U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron will condemn such an action or not. Military coups are not very common anymore, which is why they tend to trend very highly on online world news websites.
Those that enjoy keeping up with these and other stories may want to stream a web news feed on their website, desktop or their mobile device. Keeping up with international news, whether through an RSS feed or subscription, could be a terrific modern alternative to waiting for the news to discuss something interesting.
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