ⓘ Newspaper


A newspaper is a periodical publication containing written information about current events and is often typed in black ink with a white or gray background. Newspapers can cover a wide variety of fields such as politics, business, sports and art, and often include materials such as opinion columns, weather forecasts, reviews of local services, obituaries, birth notices, crosswords, editorial carto ..

La Lutte (newspaper)

La Lutte was a left-wing paper published in Saigon, French-colonial Cochin-China, in the 1930s. It was launched ahead of the April-May 1933 Saigon municipal council election as a joint organ of the Indochinese Communist Party and a grouping of Trotskyists and others who agreed to run a joint "Workers slate" of candidates for the polls. This kind of cooperation between Trotskyists and Comintern-linked communists was a phenomenon unique to Vietnam. The editorial line of La Lutte avoided criticism of the USSR while supporting the demands of workers and peasants without regard to faction The s ...

Posta (newspaper)

Posta is a mass market Turkish daily newspaper, with the second highest circulation in Turkey. It began publication in 1995 and its first issue was released on January 23. Posta had a daily circulation of approximately 516.000 in 2009. the newspaper is published in Istanbul by Doğan Holding, which also used to own other major Turkish newspapers including Hurriyet.

Diario Rio Negro

Diario Rio Negro is an Argentine daily newspaper edited in General Roca, and published in the provinces of Rio Negro, Neuquen, the south of La Pampa, the north of Chubut, the south of Buenos Aires Province and the City of Buenos Aires.

The Rocket (newspaper)

The Rocket was a free biweekly newspaper serving the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, published from 1979–2000. The newspapers chief purpose was to document local music. This focus distinguished it from other area weeklies such as the Seattle Weekly and the Willamette Week, which reported more on local news and politics. Originally solely a Seattle-based newspaper, a Portland, Oregon edition was introduced in 1991. In general, the two editions contained the same content, with some slight variations although occasionally they ran different cover stories.

Turkiye (newspaper)

Turkiye is a Turkish newspaper. The paper was founded by Enver Oren in 1970 as Hakikat, and was renamed Turkiye in 1972. It reached 119.000 circulation in 1985, and 300.000 in 1989. Notable contributors include Rahim Er. Turkiye s parent company, Ihlas Gazetecilik, was floated on the Istanbul Stock Exchange in 2010 33% of shares, with the remainder owned by Ihlas Holding.

Azerbaijan (newspaper)

The official newspaper of the ADR government "Azerbaijan" was established in 1918. The government by its order of 3 July 1918, decided on the launch of the publication "the News of Azerbaijani Republic" under its official authority. Thus, the first issue of the "Azerbaijan" newspaper was published as the parliamentary paper on 15 September 1918, on the same day, when the Caucasus Islamic Army freed Baku from Armenian-Bolshevik invasion. One of the editors of the official government newspaper the Azerbaijan was Jeyhun Hajibeyli. The newspaper was published till 28 December 1919 with the sig ...

Akropolis (newspaper)

Akropolis was a Greek newspaper based in Athens. Between 1883 and 1921, it played a major part in the debate concerning the Greek language question, particularly in the events leading up to the Gospel Riots of 1901 in Athens.

Action (newspaper)

Action was a newspaper of Oswald Mosleys British Union of Fascists. The paper first appeared in 1936. The editor of the paper from 1939 was Alexander Raven Thomson, the BUFs chief ideologue. It ceased publication in 1940 due to the outbreak of the Second World War and the internment of the BUFs leadership. For most of its existence, Action ran parallel to the official mouthpiece of the BUF, The Blackshirt. After the launch of the less hard-line and more intellectual Action, The Blackshirt became more low-brow and finally ceased publication in 1939. Action took its name from an earlier 1931 ...

Apsny (newspaper)

Apsny is an Abkhaz-language daily newspaper and the oldest newspaper in Abkhazia. It was founded on 27 February 1919, its first editor was the writer Dmitry Gulia. Initially, Apsny was published twice every month, later it became a daily publication. From 1921 to 1991 the paper was named "Аҧсны ҟаҧшь" "Red Abkhazia".

Ararad (daily)

Ararad is a daily Lebanese Armenian newspaper and the official organ of the Armenian Social Democrat Hunchakian Party in Lebanon. It is a four-page daily. Its executive director is Ani Yepremian since September 2012.