AlAyam (meaning The Days in English) is an Arabic newspaper published in Bahrain and based in Manama. AlAyam Publishing was established on 7 March 1989, by a group of young Bahraini journalists which was unique in the Arab world. It is founded by the former information minister, Nabeel Al Hamer.

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  • AlAyam (meaning The Days in English) is an Arabic newspaper published in Bahrain and based in Manama. AlAyam Publishing was established on 7 March 1989, by a group of young Bahraini journalists which was unique in the Arab world. It is founded by the former information minister, Nabeel Al Hamer. (en)
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  • AlAyam (meaning The Days in English) is an Arabic newspaper published in Bahrain and based in Manama. AlAyam Publishing was established on 7 March 1989, by a group of young Bahraini journalists which was unique in the Arab world. It is founded by the former information minister, Nabeel Al Hamer. (en)
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