Elkhabar is an Algerian daily tabloid newspaper published seven days a week. It is one of Algeria's most widely read publications. El Khabar′s website delivers selected news in Arabic and French, with a limited component in English that is frequently poorly translated.
El Moudjahid is a French-language newspaper in Algeria. It was formed during the Algerian War to enlighten FLN resistance fighters, and after independence, it became the single-party FLN government's official journal. The publication is no longer linked with the FLN, which was voted out of office in 1991.
The daily French-language Algerian newspaper Le Quotidien d'Oran is based in Oran, Algeria. It was founded on December 14, 1994. Kamel Daoud is the editor. Daoud writes the column "Rana Rakoum" ("My Opinion, Your Opinion").
El Massa (Arabic for "The Evening") is an Algerian daily newspaper published in Arabic. El Massa was the first Algerian newspaper to debut an evening edition in 1985. The paper is published by the Algerian government and is supportive of it.
El Heddaf (Arabic for "The Scorer") is an Algerian national daily newspaper devoted to football. El Haddaf is also available in French as Le Buteur. The newspaper organizes a number of sports-related events and activities throughout the country. The online version of the paper was the fourth most viewed website in the MENA area in 2010.
Alger républicain (Republican Algeria, ) is an Algerian Arabic-language daily published in Algeria. Alger républicain was launched in October 1938 and has been published on and off since then. During its early days, the paper proclaimed itself to be "the honest journal of the honest people."
Le Soir d'Algérie (English: Algerian Evening; ISSN 1111-0074) is a French-language evening newspaper published in Algiers, Algeria. Le Soir d'Algérie was founded in 1990. Following the first seven months, it had a circulation of 150,000 copies. The newspaper is privately owned and based in Algiers. The paper took an independent political position throughout the 1990s and early 2000s.
Liberté is an Algerian French-language newspaper. Its headquarters are at El Achour, Algiers. The publication is privately owned and takes an independent political stance. Liberté momentarily suspended publishing in August 2003 due to a debt owed to state-run printing facilities, but soon resumed publication.
El Watan (Arabic for "Homeland") is an Algerian independent French-language newspaper. Omar Belhouchet and nineteen companions launched the paper in 1990 after leaving the FLN government-owned weekly El Moudjahid (English: "The Martyr").
The Algiers Herald is an English-language online magazine that debuted in January 2019. The magazine covers corruption and human rights in North Africa. Politics is also covered in the journal. The Algiers Herald is one of the few English-language news outlets in a region dominated by French and Arabic.