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19 Puzzling Differences Between "Time" Magazine U.S. And International Covers

There may be a reason why Americans don't know very much about international news. The U.S. editions of Time magazine are often a little...different from the ones that go out to the rest of the world.

Posted on October 17, 2013, at 5:06 p.m. ET

1. OK, I get it. The failings of the U.S. government are way more relevant to the average American than a possible deal with Iran. Nuclear weapons, shmuclear weapons.

October 14, 2013 / Via

2. And it's hard to get people interested in a currency that they don't use, especially when the dollar's so strong.

August 12, 2013 / Via

3. And, let's be real: The European Union's always having some sort of financial problem.

October 3, 2011 / Via

4. It's true that late-night TV hosts have more of an impact on the day-to-day lives of Americans than the economic recession. Right?

September 14, 2009 / Via

5. Hey, this was a year and a half before the attacks on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi. Nobody cared about Libya then.

March 7, 2011 / Via

6. And let's be honest, the rest of the world cares way more than America about the fact that Guantanamo Bay's still open. That makes perfect sense.

June 10, 2013 / Via

7. But this seems like...something that people in the U.S. should be reading.

September 17, 2012 / Via

8. And this is just feels...wrong.

February 8, 2010 / Via

9. So does this.

September 20, 2010 / Via

10. Not to mention this.

December 5, 2011 / Via

11. To be fair, China's rise to economic superpower is totally not something that's going to impact America's future.

September 28, 2009 / Via

12. Same thing with Russia's growing power.

September 18, 2013 / Via

13. And do Americans really care that she was under house arrest for 15 years?

November 29, 2010 / Via

14. OK, people in the U.S. care a lot about religious issues.

April 2, 2007 / Via

15. Wait.

August 8, 2011 / Via

16. This is awkward.

October 10, 2011 / Via

17. Las Vegas is super cool, who needs to be informed about global health crises?

August 24, 2009 / Via

18. Speaking of informed, do you know who this guy is? Neither do most Americans.

November 28, 2011 / Via

19. But all of these cover changes can't hold a candle to what is unquestionably the most egregious example of all.

October 28, 2013 / Via

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.