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As-Safir joined R�giemedia in 1992.

First published in 1974, As-Safir political Arabic daily has created its own, independent style that is in line with its motto: "The voice of those who have none: The Lebanese newspaper in the Arab world and the Arab world's newspaper in Lebanon".

Mainly targeting the youths, As-Safir was among the first print media to establish a private research center, The Arabic Center for Information, housing thousands of archived pictures, studies, biographies, specialized publications, and more.

Daily distribution: 30 000 copies across Lebanon.

 Major media sections:

  - Local politics
- Economical pages
- Other local, education & students
- Classified ads
- Arab & International news
- Sport
- Culture


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