Arev (daily)


Arev (daily)

Arev (Արեւ in Armenian) is an Armenian language daily published in Egypt.

It was established in 1915 with the first issue published on May 11, 1915.

The newspaper also publishes Arev Monthly, an Arabic monthly covering Armenian subjects, and particularly Arab-Armenian relations.


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