L’Orient-Le Jour, the only Lebanese French-language daily, was born on June 15, 1971 from the merger of two newspapers, L’Orient (founded in Beirut in 1924) and Le Jour (founded in Beirut in 1934).
It has opened its columns to the most prestigious thinkers, columnists, writers and journalists in modern Lebanon. Being a Francophonie advocate, its main mission is to relay independent and quality information for all Francophones with links to Lebanon and the Middle East.
It analyzes Lebanese news, issues, and problems and their ramifications in the region in a unique and professional way and contains Culture, Sports, Lifestyle, Art…
With rich content and targeted distribution, its articles and reports claim to be the best focus of Lebanese and Middle East news.