Daily newspaper

An-Nahar is considered Lebanon's newspaper of record. It adopted a critical stance on Syria and the Syrian regime's allies in Lebanon and its editor-in-chief Gibran Tueni paid for this with his life. He was killed in a 2005 attack for which the Syrian government is held responsible. The newspaper has seen its popularity wane in recent years. A number of its journalists were dismissed owing to financial problems and the paper's content has been markedly reduced.

Political orientation Liberal-conservative
Circulation 40
Frequency of publication Monday to Saturday
Visits > 200.000.000
Online payment model Content partially fee-based
Location Beirut, Lebanon
Publisher Dar An-Nahar Publishers Sal
Area of distribution Regional
Established 1933
Address An-Nahar building, Martyrs' square, Marfa' sector
Phone 00961 1 994 888
Twitter @Annahar