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Soople has the option of searching only US sites, but this function does not work... it appears to simply limit its searches to the non-country domains such as .com, .net etc.
On the same topic, if you want to search African sites, give Aardvark (aardvark.co.za) a try. It uses Google but filters the searches more smartly than Scoople does, IMO.
But did you know you can limit your search to a particular country (South Africa, for example) or subdomain (South African government sites, for example) by simply adding [site:.za] or [site:.gov.za] (without the brackets) to the search field? Use the two-letter country code, and don't forget the first dot.
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