List of Arab newspapers

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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[edit]

 Algeria[edit]

Algerian newspapers in Arabic[edit]

Algerian newspapers in French[edit]

 Bahrain[edit]

 Egypt[edit]

 Iran[edit]

 Iraq[edit]

 Jordan[edit]

 Kuwait[edit]

 Lebanon[edit]

 Libya[edit]

 Mauritania[edit]

 Morocco[edit]

 Oman[edit]

 Palestine[edit]

 Qatar[edit]

 Saudi Arabia[edit]

 Somalia[edit]

 South Sudan[edit]

 Sudan[edit]

 Syria[edit]

 Tunisia[edit]

 United Arab Emirates[edit]

 Yemen[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  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. Retrieved 4 October 2014.