Who Invented the Newspaper?

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Generally, the Europeans are the ones who invented the newspaper. However, the distribution of leaflets with information began in the Roman Empire and was also independently in China. The modern day newspaper was however spread to the rest of the world through the British.
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Historians do not give credit to one person for invention of the newspaper, however, they agree that the earliest recorded 'newspaper' appeared back in 59 B.C as the Roman Acta Diurna. Later in the 8th century, china had the first newspapers which appeared as handwritten news-sheets.
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