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Saipem 3000 – crane ship, in Nigerian waters, 2006


Listed below are selected news sources for each MINT country.


El Universal External Link

Founded in 1916, El Universal is a prominent Mexican newspaper. Available in Spanish and English language.

Milenio External Link

Founded in 1974, Milenio is a prominent national newspaper in Mexico. Available in Spanish language.

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Image (left): Saipem 3000 – crane ship, in Nigerian waters, 2006
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Mural External Link

Owned by Grupo Reforma, Mural is the one of the leading newspapers in Mexico's three largest cities. It is published in Guadalajara and Jalisco and is sister to the newspaper Reforma External Link in Mexico City and El Norte External Link in Monterrey. Available in Spanish language.

Proceso External Link

Founded in 1977, Proceso is a news magazine published in Mexico City usually known for its left-leaning politics. Available in Spanish language.

Sistema Internet de la Presidencia External Link

Government news. Available in Spanish language.


Bisnis Indonesia External Link

Founded in 1985, Bisnis Indonesia is a newspaper published in Jakarta that focuses primarily on Indonesian business and financial news and issues.

Jawa Pos (The Java Post) External Link

Founded in 1949, Jawa Pos is one of Indonesia's oldest national newspapers.

Indonesia Shang Bao External Link

Founded in 2000, Indonesia Shang Bao is a Mandarin language newspaper published in Indonesia focusing on business, finances, politics, and entertainment.

Kompas External Link

Founded in 1965, Kompas is a leading national newspaper. is an online portal that provides news and digital version of the newspaper.

The Jakarta Post External Link

Founded in 1983, The Jakarta Post is an award winning English language newspaper based in Indonesia.


Business Day External Link

Founded in 2001, Business Day is a business, economics, and policy-focused newspaper published in Lagos, Nigeria.

Business Hallmark External Link

Launched in 2009, Business Hallmark focuses on business, policy, and finance issues, but also includes general interest articles as well.

The Guardian (Nigeria) External Link

Founded in 1983, The Guardian is a highly regarded newspaper published in Lagos, Nigeria, and owned by Guardian Newspapers Limited. It is known for the quality of its content.

Nigerian Tribune External Link

Founded in 1949, the Nigerian Tribune is one of the oldest privately owned English language newspaper published in Ibadan, Nigeria.

Vanguard External Link

Founded in 1983, Vanguard is a privately owned Nigerian newspaper published in Lagos, Nigeria.


Daily Sabah External Link

Founded in 2014, Daily Sabah is a pro-government newspaper available in English, German and Arabic-language. It tends to provide center-right or conservative positions.

Habertürk External Link

Founded in 2009, Habertürk is a high circulating paper in Turkey with a supplement focusing on the economics topics.

Hürriyet External Link

Founded in 1948, Hürriyet is one of Turkey's major newspapers, and has the highest circulation as of 2017.

Hürriyet Daily News External Link

Founded in 1961, Hürriyet Daily News is the oldest English language newspaper in Turkey. It tends to provide secular, center, center-left, or leftist positions compared to comparable newspapers such as Daily Sabah.

Sabah External Link

Founded in 1985, Sabah is a high circulating Turkish newspaper.

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