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Marine Tower 6th floor
Rue de La Ste Famille, Gemaizeh,
Beirut, Lebanon.
Tel : (961) 1 - 587277
Fax : (961) 1 - 561333
The Daily Star on-line edition is the Web's leading source of Lebanese news. Updated daily, this site brings together an unmatched combination of high-quality content and powerful interactive capabilities.
Our web-site allows you to access continuous Lebanese news coverage of local and regional politics, business, features and much more. Plus, you can search our Lebanese news archive, send a message to an old friend, look up a job in our classified advertising section or simply stay in touch with the current art and entertainment scene in Lebanon.
Our Lebanon abroad page and On-line discussion is for people who are interested to share their opinion on any Lebanese matter. Views of our readers are welcome and could also be published in the printed edition.
The Daily Star is the leading English language newspaper in Lebanon. It was first published in 1952 by Kamel Mroue. It was re-launched in November 1996 and since has obtained very rapidly an international quality reputation for its political and business coverage.
Our Lebanon desk has 17 full time reporters and 24 stringers scattered across Lebanon. The Business desk has 4 full time reporters and 12 stringers covering regional, local and reconstruction news.
In addition to the local reporting, The Daily Star printed edition has simultaneous international news coverage arrangements to services such as the Guardian news services, the New York Times, the Financial Times, the
Los Angeles Times , the Washington Post, DPA and German newspapers news service. Moreover it has several newswire services namely AP, AFP , Reuters ,

The newspaper also has a unique local Features page that tackles local informative subjects such as Computers, Health & Science, Women, Law, Reviews and what to do on the Week End.
A comprehensive local Entertainment and Sport coverage is also offered on a daily basis. The Daily Star printed edition is available 6 days a week through all newsagents across Lebanon.