Le Matin du Sahara et du Maghreb
|Owner(s)||Othman Al Omeir|
|Sister newspapers||Assahra Al Maghribiya|
Le Matin du Sahara et du Maghreb (also known as Le Matin) is a daily francophone Saudi-owned Moroccan newspaper. It was founded on 1 November 1971, as replacement of pro-colonial daily Le Petit Marocain, whose publisher Mas Presse was seized and given to the cousin of Hassan II and his minister of communication Moulay Hafid Alaoui.
History and profile
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