Daily News Egypt is a daily English-language Egyptian newspaper that was founded in 2005 and revived in June 2012. It was distributed as a supplement with the International Herald Tribune by former owner Egyptian Media Services.
Egypt Today is a monthly English-language magazine published by Egyptian Media Group in Egypt. Egypt Today started appeared in 1979. It covers Egyptian current events as well as some international news. IBA media, which also publishes Business Today Egypt, is responsible for the publication of the magazine. Both publications are situated in Cairo.
Al-Wafd is a daily newspaper produced in Giza, Egypt, by the Wafd party. Al-Wafd was established in 1984. The publication is considered an opposition paper because it is the house organ of the liberal-democratic neo-Wafd party, while both the party and the paper have oscillated between support and opposition to the dictatorship.
Al-Ahram, founded on August 5, 1875, is Egypt's most widely circulated daily newspaper and the second oldest after al-Waqa'i'al-Masriya. It is primarily owned by the Egyptian government and is regarded as Egypt's official newspaper.
Akhbar El Yom is an Egyptian weekly newspaper published in Arabic. On November 6, 1944, the Amin brothers, Mustafa and Ali Amin, established Akhbar El Yom. On Saturdays, the paper is published once a week. The Egyptian Shura Council owns the journal, which is regarded a semi-official publication. It also has a daily edition named Al Akhbar, which was founded by the Amin brothers. In 2000, the paper had a circulation of 1.5 million copies.
Al-Masry Al-Youm is a privately owned Egyptian daily newspaper that began publication in June 2004. It is only available in Arabic, as is its website, almasryalyoum.com. The Al-masry Al-youm English Edition, which eventually evolved into Egypt Independent, was launched in 2009 as an English version of the website.
Watan (Arabic: ) is a weekly Arab-American newspaper published by Watan News LLC, which was formed in Washington, D.C. Nezam Mahdawi, a journalist, founded the organization in 1990. The newspaper relocated its headquarters to Los Angeles, California, in 1993.
Le Progrès Egyptien is a daily Egyptian newspaper published in French. Le Progrès Egyptien was founded in 1893. It is owned by Al Gomhuria, an Egyptian pro-government publication. Dar Al Tahrir Publishing and Printing Company is the publisher of the paper, which is situated in Cairo.
Al Messa is a Cairo, Egypt-based Arabic daily newspaper. Al Masaa was established in October 1956. The paper was edited by Marxist and socialist journalists from its inception until March 1959. During this time, Lutfi Al Khuli was the editor of a workers' section, and the daily used colloquial Arabic, which was regarded to be the predominant language variety of workers and peasants.
Al Gomhuria is a well-known Egyptian Arabic-language daily newspaper controlled by the Egyptian government. Following the Egyptian revolution in 1954, Al Gomhuria was formed and quickly became the new regime's major media outlet. The paper was published utilizing the facilities of the Wafd party's weekly Al Misri, which had been closed down by the state. Anwar Sadat was appointed as the daily's editor.
El Fagr is a weekly independent Egyptian newspaper published in Cairo. El Fagr was released for the first time on June 3, 2005. Al-Fagr for Printing and Publishing Inc. publishes the paper. The Thursday-only weekly is a sensationalist journal.