It has been suggested that Presse quotidienne nationale française be merged into this article. (Discuss) Proposed since January 2023.
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Below is a list of newspapers in France.

Evolution in circulation, 1999-2011
Evolution in circulation, 1999-2011



Newspaper Logo Founded Circulation Chief Editor Ideology Political Position
La Croix 15 June 1883 87 682 (2019) Jérôme Chapuis, Anne-Bénédicte Hoffner Christian Democracy Centre-Right
Les Échos 1908 132 210 (2019) Neo-Liberalism, Liberalism Centre-Right
Le Figaro 15 January 1826 350 397 (2021) Robert Mergui Liberal Conservatism, Gaullism, Conservatism Centre-Right
L'Humanité 18 April 1904 36 347 (2019) Fabien Gay Socialism, Communism Left-Wing
Libération 18 April 1973 91 833 (2021) Don Alfon Socialism, Social Democracy Left-Wing
Le Monde 1944 323 565 (2019) Jérôme Fenoglio Social Liberalism, Social Democracy Centre-Left
Online newspapers
Free newspapers



Every four years









Former newspapers


Ottoman Turkish

See also


  1. ^ "Pariser Tageblatt : le quotidien de Paris en langue allemande". Deutsche National Bibliothek (DNB) (in German). Retrieved 28 March 2018.
  2. ^ "Pariser Tagezeitung, Quotidien Anti-Hitlerien à Paris". Deutsche National Bibliothek (DNB) (in German). Retrieved 28 March 2018.

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