An-Nahar (Arabic: النهار‎‎) (English translation: The Morning or The Day) is a leading Arabic-language daily newspaper published in Lebanon. Journalist Charles Glass argues that An-Nahar is Lebanon's equivalent of The New York Times. It was launched on 4 August 1933 as a four-page, hand-set paper. The paper, whose staff numbered five, including its founder Gebran Tueni, was started with a capital of 50 gold pieces raised from friends, and a circulation of a mere 500 copies. Tueni served as the chief editor of the paper until his death in 1949.[2] His son, Ghassan Tueni, and grandson, also named Gebran Tueni, were subsequent editors and publishers. Source

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Scope National
Language Arabic, English
Country Lebanon
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Frequency Daily
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