Syria Culture: The Media

Syria Culture: The Media Last updated on Monday 26th April 2010

There are four main daily newspapers; two published in Damascus, one in Aleppo and one in Hama. These are all published in Arabic.

The Syria Times is the English-language daily, but is strictly controlled by the government and is therefore subject to censorship.

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