The Daily Star is Bangladesh's most widely circulated daily English-language newspaper. The Daily Star was founded on 14 January 1991 by Syed Mohammed Ali as Bangladesh transitioned and restored parliamentary democracy. It is considered a newspaper of record for Bangladesh.
An-Nahar is Lebanon's most widely circulated Arabic-language daily newspaper. It was first published as a four-page hand-set paper on August 4, 1933. The paper began with a capital of 50 gold pieces raised from friends and a circulation of only 500 copies, with a staff of five, including its founder Gebran Tueni.
L'Orient-Le Jour (English: The Orient-The Day) is Lebanon's most widely circulated French-language daily newspaper. Following the merger of two French-language Lebanese dailies, L'Orient (founded in Beirut in 1924 by Gabriel Khabbaz and Georges Naccache) and Le Jour, L'Orient-Le Jour was first published on June 15, 1971. (founded in 1934 by Michel Chiha).
The Ambassador, or As-Safir, was Lebanon's leading Arabic-language daily newspaper. The daily's headquarters were in Beirut. From March 1974 to December 2016, it was in circulation. The paper's most recent issue was published on December 31, 2016. On the same day, the online version was also shut down.
Al Joumhouria is a daily Lebanese newspaper that was founded in 1924. Al Joumhouria ceased publication for a long time after its founding in 1924. Due to the Lebanese Civil War, an attempt to resume in 1985 was not completed.
Al Liwaa is a Lebanese Arabic daily newspaper with its headquarters in Beirut. It is one of the most widely circulated Arabic newspapers in the country. Furthermore, it is one of Lebanon's oldest publications.
Al-Mustaqbal is a Beirut-based Arabic-language online newspaper that is an official publication of Lebanon's Future Movement. In 2019, it was announced that the paper edition of the newspaper would be discontinued, but that it would continue to be published online.
Al Binaa is a Lebanese daily newspaper based in Beirut, Lebanon, that publishes in Arabic. The National Information Company, which was founded in 1958, publishes it. Nasser Qandil, a Lebanese politician and member of Parliament, is the editor in chief.
El Shark is a Lebanese daily newspaper published in Arabic in Beirut, Lebanon, that was founded in 1926. Dar EL Shark, which was founded in Lebanon in 1926, publishes it. Nadine, a monthly magazine, is also published by the company.