The Luxembourg Learning Centre offers access to a wide range of electronic newspapers and magazines. Some print press can also be found on the ground floor of the LLC in “The Lounge”. This area is specially aimed at people wanting to consult the press, with cosy chairs by the newspaper stands and sofas with integrated tablets to access online newspapers and magazines.
In “The Lounge”, on the ground floor of the Luxembourg Learning Centre, you will find print versions of many international newspapers and magazines, mainly from Luxembourg, France, Germany and Belgium. These resources can be consulted on site.
Older editions of the newspapers are kept for a limited period of time. We invite you to consult the electronic versions for older archives.
The LLC has subscriptions to several platforms that provide access to online press. They are accessible with a computer or Smartphone from any location. At the LLC, you can consult the online press via the tablets available in the “The Lounge” area on the ground floor of the LLC.
The national libraries of each country have scanned a large number of their press archives. A selection can be found in the drop-down list below.
For countries not listed, please consult the website of the country’s national library and then search for the digitised archives.
- Avenir (L’),
- Financial Times,
- Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
- Lëtzebuerger Journal,
- Libre Belgique (La),
- Luxemburger Wort,
- Monde (Le),
- Républican lorrain Thionville (Le),
- Soir (Le),
- Süddeutsche Zeitung,
- Trierischer Volksfreund,
- Welt (Die),
- Zeitung vum Lëtzbuerger Vollek
Available every day at the LLC
- Jeudi (Le)
- Lëtzebuerger Bauer
- Lëtzebuerger Land
- Zeit (Die)
Available every day at the LLC
Gives you access to many French-language and international press titles.
Ex. of foreign press titles:
- New York Times
- The Economist
- Courrier International
- Le Monde
- El País
- Die Zeit
- The Washington Post
Searching by keyword allows you to find articles on a particular subject among the entire range of titles included in Europresse.
Advanced search allows you to refine your search by limiting it to a particular type of source or time period.
The PDF section offers you the possibility to browse the online version of some newspapers and magazines. The conservation of the archives varies from title to title.
Is an international news database (by Dow Jones) that provides access to daily, national and regional newspapers such as :
- The New York Times
- The Times
- The Wall Street Journal
- Luxemburger Wort
- Frankfurter Allgemeine
Keyword search allows you to search across all titles or within a particular title. Other filters (date, subject…) are available to help you refine your query.
The leading British economic and financial daily paper. To access the Financial Times online:
- Visit the Financial Times website via the University’s network
Create an account using your university email address as login.
Use the account you created to remotely access the Financial Times from your computer or smartphone.
Offers more than 7,000 titles (from over 100 countries) accessible in over 60 languages covering topics such as business, travel, world news, lifestyle and entertainment. The archives are kept for a maximum of 90 days.
Example of titles :
- The Guardian
- Le Figaro
- The Africa Report
- Bloomsberg Businessweek
Access PressReader via your browser and authenticate yourself with your reader number (K-xxxx) and library password. Create a user account by clicking on “Sign in” in the top right corner of the page.
Download the PressReader application, then log in with your PressReader user account (not your library card).
After 7 days, go to www.a-z.lu, log in with your library credentials and search for PressReader. To access it, log in with your PressReader user account. The application will automatically renew your access for another 7 days.
You can consult millions of pages of newspapers from 1814 to 1918. The OCR (optical character recognition) process allows you to search scanned documents using text recognition.
Contains Luxembourgish newspapers and periodicals published between 1844 and 1950, every edition of the weekly journal Lëtzebuerger Land until 2007, periodicals, reference works, digitalised manuscripts, monographs, historical postcards and posters from Luxembourg, all digitalised by the Bibliothèque nationale de Luxembourg.
Platform for online press of the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) which offers more than 15 million articles from the main titles of the general information press from over 3 centuries (1631-1945), in political, satirical, regional and literary press. Accessible via the cataloguewww.a-z.lu