Daily Star (Lebanon)

Daily Star (Lebanon)

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The Daily Star is an English language newspaper based in Lebanon. It was founded in 1952 by the publisher Kamel Mrowa--who already owned and edited the Arabic daily Al-Hayat--to serve the growing number of expatriates brought by the oil industry. First circulating in Lebanon, and then expanding throughout the region, it not only relayed news about foreign workers' home countries, but also served to keep them informed about the region. By the 1960s it was the leading English language newspaper in the Middle East. Upon the death of Mrowa in 1966, his widow Salma Elbissar took over the ... More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Newspaper
Audience: Medium audience (100-500K) (English)
Political Viewpoint: Center
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Edited By: Ezra Fox
Last Edit: Aug 19, 2006 - 9:07 PM PDT
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Top Topics: World (22), Middle East (14), Lebanon (8), U.S. (6), Palestinian Authority (5), Foreign Policy (4), Israel (4), Presidential Election 2008 (3), Iran (3), Politics (3), Business (1), War (1), Terrorism (1), Poverty (1), Nuclear Weapons (1)...
Top Authors: Rami G Khouri (3), Karim Sadjadpour (1), Raja Kamal (1), Stephen Dockery (1), Mirella Hodeib (1), Nicholas Kimbrell (1), Patrick Moser (1), Yoon Young Kwan (1), Joseph S Nye (1), Jim Lobe (1), Michael Young (1), Anthony Elghossain (1), Michael Barnier (1)
Top Formats: Opinion (8), News Report (7), Editorial (5), News Analysis (2), Comment (1)
 
 
 
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2.8
Facts
2.4
Fairness
2.8
Information
2.8
Insight
3.6
Sourcing
2.3
Style
2.8
Accuracy
2.4
Balance
2.1
Context
2.9
Depth
2.5
Enterprise
3.0
Popularity
3.1
Recommendation
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Credibility
3.0
# Reviews
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# Views
5.0
# Likes
1.0
# Emails
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