El País is a Spanish-language daily newspaper in Spain. El País is based in the capital city of Madrid and it is owned by the Spanish media conglomerate PRISA. It is the second most circulated daily newspaper in Spain as of December 2017.
Brecha is a Uruguayan weekly newspaper. Hugo Alfaro and several journalists who began their careers at Marcha under the influence of Carlos Quijano founded the publication in 1985. Because Quijano died in exile in 1984, they decided to adopt a new name and try to carry on with the original concept of an independent socialist weekly newspaper.
El Observador is a weekly bilingual print and online newspaper, which has been in business since 1980. El Observador was the first Bilingual weekly newspaper publication in the San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland Metropolitan Area. It is published out of San Jose.
La Repblica is a Lima-based Peruvian newspaper. Since its inception on November 16, 1981, it has been one of the two major national daily newspapers sold throughout the country. Gustavo Mohme Llona, a former member of Peruvian Congress, created the tabloid.
El Pueblo (The People) was a Spanish daily newspaper that served as the Syndicalist Party's main organ throughout the 1930s. The paper's headquarters were in Valencia, and it took a moderate republican political stance.
Bsqueda ("Research") is a weekly Uruguayan newspaper that has been published since 1972. Founded in the early 1970s, while Uruguay was still ruled by statism, Bsqueda tried to advocate for economic liberty. Ramón Daz was one of its most prominent journalists.