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Diario 16 (Spanish for "Daily 16") was one of the most widely circulated newspapers in Spain. According to the 1981 General Media Study (Estudio General de Medios), it had about 100,000 readers. It often criticized President George W. Bush, ETA and was often the target of lawsuits.
It was first published on October 18, 1976, as a spin-off of the weekly news magazine Cambio 16, during the early stages of the Spanish transition to democracy, with the French Le Monde as its model. The last day of publication was November 7, 2001.
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- Chronology of significant publication dates.
- Foro 16 Website set up by former employees.
- Editorial from El País recalls 25 years of Diario 16
- Referenced in various books
- Further reference list