NBC News : A central question in the case is how much power the president has to block the entry of millions of foreign nation… https://t.co/TGu6ptTiIW DNA : Autonomy: University Grants Commission invites 20 Delhi University colleges for workshop https://t.co/tRPQqahhSp ABC News : "We do have a very special relationship," Pres. Trump says, brushing a "little piece of dandruff" off French Pres.… https://t.co/Ey2fwP4kbU CNN : Busloads of Central American migrants have arrived in the Mexican border city Tijuana, and more are coming. But it… https://t.co/MEHonMQtlg Reuters Top News : China may unveil new asset management rules this week - China Daily https://t.co/DcBxiS7puR DNA : AIIMS doctors to look for cancer patients in old-age homes in National Capital https://t.co/35Lf330f6B CBC News : U.S. is providing just $60 million of a promised $365 million in Gaza aid, says senior UN official https://t.co/AFPFHKv0qd TIME : The Wall Street Journal : The White House and the Chinese government squared off at the Supreme Court in a price-fixing case https://t.co/LNVv0A2nmc NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt : Amazon introduces in-car delivery service. https://t.co/WiWE4Ykw9w DNA : 3,775 DTC buses, app-based cabs still not GPS-tracked by Delhi government https://t.co/K8wB240Mns Interaksyon : "It's not your fault if you grow up poor, it is your fault if you die poor." And other things we might say about po… https://t.co/CpvC02Cgy8 DNA : Maharashtra government slashes rent for leasehold plots less than 500 sqmt in Mumbai https://t.co/sxqrsvstFt Washington Post : This teen’s racist prom invite was a bad idea. But a free-speech expert says it’s his right. https://t.co/aMGuxO2egy Joshua H. Davidson : Basil and Bacon https://t.co/m3UWa4Gq5A Sporting News : Franklin the Dog was ready to throw hands. DNA : Shiv Sena-BJP continue Nanar refinery project fight https://t.co/JhpBhl0ds9 Washington Post : Columbia graduate students strike over university’s refusal to negotiate a contract https://t.co/UZAseeyrL1 NPR : Gilbert King's new book tells the story of a rape accusation, a racist sheriff and a mentally disabled white man st… https://t.co/BIdYFEpp7N NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt : NEW: If you missed tonight's show, you can watch it here https://t.co/jnLTDj2eA7 DNA : BKC complex sold for Rs 2,400 crore in biggest deal of 2018 https://t.co/so3hc9LpVw The Economist : Over 80% of Finns trust the country’s police, education and health-care systems https://t.co/OglbveyGKW DNA : Mumbai has a meagre 163 disabled-friendly toilets https://t.co/pDbgP39gWu DNA : 3,000 Mumbaikars paint 'Majhi Metro' mural in Andheri https://t.co/QTRKNhPMFy DNA : 28,000 ‘mobile’ motorists get a ticket from Mumbai traffic department https://t.co/nGm0NYr2vz

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Headlines from Each Nations' Local News Sources

About

Launch Date - 5 December 2016

Founders - Kieran Murphy and Bart Riepe, later joined by Aleksandar.

What’s in a Name - 98Clicks represents the 98 different news stories we present to our readers every day. This means that when you read the stories on our site you are accessing headlines from local news sources from exactly half of the countries in the world, giving you a wider scope of view than is possible when reading news from the traditional news outlets you may be accustomed with.

Why 98 News Stories and not 196? - Although there are 196 countries in the world we felt that presenting news headlines for each of them would take an excessive amount of time for our readers to get through each day. We felt that half of that number would allow us to provide a bite sized chunk of information for our readers, while still ensuring they have access to a significant amount of news they would not usually have.

Mission Statement - To provide local news stories from around the world to readers in a simple, accessible manner that hasn’t been biased by our own countries media and point of view. We want to hear what local people have to say about their own countries.

How - We source our news headlines direct from national news outlets found local to each of the 196 countries in the world. We then randomise what stories out of the 196 countries get shown each day to give our readers a bite sized chunk of the world’s news.

Why - The internet enables all the information in the world to be at our fingertips with the press of a button, yet despite this, our knowledge of what people outside of our environment live through is still limited. We wanted to show what the world looked like through these people’s eyes, to present their news stories to you and allow you to understand what they go through each and every day.

We are Not Perfect - In our search for news sites to present the most up to date and current news stories we are aware of the fact that not every website we will have discovered to represent the news of each nation may not be entirely free from bias. If you feel you know of a news source that would be a better fit that one we already hold in place, please let us know.