Media of Algeria

Media of Algeria Last updated on Monday 19th April 2010

All newspapers, book publishing and broadcasting activities are under the control of the central government. The main Arabic language daily is called El Massaa. The main French-language daily is El Moudjahid. There are no English language newspapers published in the country, although the French newspaper prints one page in English.

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