Al-Waqa'i`a al-Masriya (Arabic: الوقائع المصرية / ALA-LC: al-Waqā’i‘a al-Maṣrīyah; Egyptian Affairs) is an Egyptian newspaper established in 1828 on the order of Muhammad Ali. It was the first newspaper to be indigenous to the Middle East. At first, it was written in both Ottoman Turkish and Arabic.
- History of Middle Eastern press
- TGC Press Media Museum in Istanbul, Turkey exhibits examples of the newspaper
- Tripp, Contemporary Egypt: through Egyptian Eyes, 2.
- Amin, Fortna, Frierson, The Modern Middle East: a Sourcebook for History, 99.
- "The General Organization for Government Printing Office" (in Arabic). Retrieved 9 August 2012.
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