The Newseum (which is a museum of news, you see) has a nice feature: a map that lets you see front pages from around the world.
It's mad user-friendly - you can just scroll over the dots to see one of more than 750 front pages from around the world. The coverage of newspapers is best in North America, good in Europe, South America, and the Antipodes, and spotty in Asia and Africa. But overall, it's a pretty great feature: did you know that the big story today in Chelyabinsk, Russia is "собакa докторy не друг"? Well, now you do, and aren't you the better for it. (By the way, I think that means "Doctor Dogs Are Not Our Friends," and I believe it.)