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Word order matters! Google takes into account the way you have typed in your search. Try searching "leader Russian" vs. "Russian leader"
Sidebar: Google displays a box with quick facts related to your search on the right-hand side of the page. This can help you further your search by taking you to other topics or helping you identify other search terms.
Translate: You can search in English and get back results translated from foreign languages. Click on Show search tools in the left-hand sidebar and then choose "Translated foreign pages."
News: You can search just news sources. The default is to display the most recent news, but you can search specific time periods.
Time limits: Time limits can also be used with web pages.
Video: Searching video can bring up interesting results, including foreign news programming and guerilla journalism. Treat these results with the appropriate amount of interest and skepticism.
Operators: Google offers many ways to create advanced searches using various operators that tell the search engine more specifically what you are looking for.