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Sept. 20, 2023, 10:49 a.m.

On Wednesday, The Guardian launched its fifth digital edition, Guardian Europe, which joins the paper’s U.K., U.S., Australian, and international editions.

Why Europe? A release offers a few reasons:

The Guardian’s European audience is its third largest after the UK and the US, with recurring digital support from the continent seeing steady growth; three and half times larger than it was in 2016. European readers are now the Guardian’s most engaged audience group outside of the UK, with over 250 million page views from Europe last year (up 129% vs. 2016) and nearly 25 million monthly unique browsers (up 41% vs. 2016)….Traffic from outside of the UK now represents around two-thirds of the Guardian’s total digital audience.

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