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List of Arab newspapers

  (Redirected from Jamhuuriya)

The Arab newspapers industry started in the early 19th century with the Iraqi newspaper Journal Iraq published by Ottoman Wali, Dawud Pasha, in Baghdad in 1816.[1]

International Arab papers

 Algeria

Algerian newspapers in Arabic

Algerian newspapers in French

  • Alger Hebdo (French)
  • Alger républicain (French)
  • Les Annonces Spécialisées (French)
  • L'Authentique (French)
  • Le Buteur (French)
  • Le Carrefour d'Algérie (French)
  • Le Citoyen (French)
  • Compétition (French)
  • Côte Ouest (French)
  • Le Courrier d'Algérie (French)
  • Les Débats (French)
  • La Depeche (French)
  • La Dépêche de Kabylie (French)
  • L'Echo d'Oran (French)
  • El Acil (French)
  • El Moudjahid (French)
  • El Watan (French)
  • L'époque (French)
  • L'Est Républicain (French)
  • L'Expression (French)
  • La Gazette d'Alger (French)
  • La gazette des Finances (French)
  • L'index (French)
  • Infosoir (French)
  • It-mag (French)
  • Le Jeune Indépendant (French)
  • Le jour d'Algérie (French)
  • Liberté (French)
  • Liberté économie (French)
  • Liberté FOOT (French)
  • Maracana Hebdo (French)
  • Le Maghreb (French)
  • Le Mobile GSM (French)
  • La Nouvelle République (French)
  • Les Nouvelles Confidences (French)
  • Ouest Tribune (French)
  • Le Quotidien d'Oran (French)
  • Le Soir d'Algerie (French)
  • Transaction d'Algérie (French)
  • La Tribune (French)
  • La Voix de l'Oranie (French)

 Bahrain

 Egypt

 Eritrea

  • Eritrea al-Haditha

 Iran

 Iraq

 Jordan

 Kuwait

 Lebanon

 Libya

  • al-Fajr al-Jadid
  • al-Jamahiriyah
  • Al-Shams
  • al-Zahf Al-Akhdar

 Mauritania

  • Akhbar Nouakchott
  • Nouakchott Info (French)

 Morocco

 Oman

 Palestine

 Qatar

 Saudi Arabia

 Somalia

  • Dawan
  • Yool (Somali)
  • Ogaal Newspaper (Somali)
  • Banadir (English)
  • Jamhuuriya (Somali)
  • Geeska Afrika
  • Codka Shacabka Official (Puntland)
  • Kaaha-Bari (Puntland)
  • Saxansaxo
  • Somaliland Today
  • Waaberi (English)
  • Waaheen (Somali)
  • Hubaal (Somali)
  • Warsugan (Somali)
  • Saxafi (Somali)
  • Foore (Somali)
  • Haatuf (Somali)
  • Sahan (Somali)

 South Sudan

  • Salaam Junub Sudan

 Sudan

 Syria

 Tunisia

  • Al-Chourouk
  • Al-Horria
  • As-Sabah
  • Elkhabar, Journal Électronique
  • Es-Sahafa
  • L'Économiste Maghrébin (French)
  • La Presse de Tunisie (French)
  • Le Quotidien (French)
  • Le Renouveau (French)
  • LeTemps (French)
  • Tunis Hebdo (French)
  • Le Soir de Tunisie (Arabic)

 United Arab Emirates

 Yemen

See also

Notes and references

References

  1. ^ Abdallah Shalaby, Salah al Din al Jurshi, Mostafa El Nabarawy, Moheb Zaki, Qays Jawad Azzawi, Antoine Nasri Messarra (2010). Towards a Better Life: How to Improve the State of Democracy in the Middle East and North Africa. GPoT. p. 123. ISBN 978-605-4233-21-2.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)

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