In the past, the search engine giant has often taken a holistic approach to its coverage, focusing on stories of interest to all corners of the world.
Now, Google has introduced a new feature that allows it to highlight stories of a particular kind based on a query.
This means that if you search for “US”, for example, you can now see articles from the US-based US National Park Service and the US National Guard.
And Google is expanding the feature further to include articles from India, South Africa and Australia.
Google’s new feature will appear as a filter icon next to any search term that starts with “US”.
For example, the word “war” will be highlighted if it’s in the search results.
The search feature is only available for news articles that have been published since the end of January, and is not available in search results for older articles.
But it is an interesting new addition to Google News that could provide a better insight into what’s happening in different parts of the globe.
Google has been working on a similar feature for some time, but it has largely relied on search engines to identify relevant content, and has struggled to make the most of it.