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Top newspapers in France: All

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Le Monde (centre-left, centre, daily) 1022
2 Le Figaro (centre-right, daily) 583
3 Metro (daily, free) 478
4 Le Parisien (daily) 179
5 Le Nouvel Observateur (news, center-left) 170
6 L'Express (news) 136
7 La Croix (Catholic, daily) 117
8 Je suis partout, 1930-1944, far-right newspaper, Collaborationist during Vichy 99
9 Le Point (news, right-wing) 87
10 La Tribune (economics, daily) 83
11 La Gazette, 1631-1915, first French weekly, founded by Théophraste Renaudot, became the mouthpiece of the Legitimist monarchists 81
12 Ouest-France: Pays de la Loire, Brittany, Lower Normandy 79
13 France Soir 68
14 Courrier International (translated articles from press worldwide) [link] 67
15 20 Minutes (daily, free) 67
16 L'Ami du peuple founded by Marat 66
17 Le Globe, 1824-1832, founded by the republican and socialist Pierre Leroux, mouthpiece of the Saint-Simonists starting in 1830 40
18 Le Journal (Paris), 1892-1944 38
19 Combat, 1944-1974 (founded during the Resistance, hosted articles by Albert Camus, Sartre, Malraux, etc.) 35
20 Le Temps (Paris), 1861-1942 (compromised by the Collaboration during Vichy, replaced at the Liberation by Le Monde) 32
21 Paris-Soir, 1923-1944 32
22 The Connexion (English language, monthly) 32
23 Le Petit Parisien, 1876-1944 31
24 La Voix du Nord: Nord-Pas de Calais 23
25 La Bougie du Sapeur, (satirical, every February 29) 20
26 Le Bien Public: Burgundy 14
27 L'Alsace-Le Pays: Alsace 12
28 Nice-Matin: Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur 11
29 Minute 11
30 Le National, 1830-1851 (liberal, founded by Adolphe Thiers and Armand Carrel) 9
31 Direct Soir (daily, free) 9
32 La Citoyenne, 1881-1891 (feminist) 8
33 Corse-Matin: Corse 6
34 Direct Matin (daily, free) 5
35 La Nouvelle République du Centre-Ouest: Centre, Poitou-Charentes < 5
36 Le Journal des débats, 1789-1944 (conservative) < 5
37 Le Père Duchesne, 1790-1794 (edited by Jacques Hébert) < 5
38 Le Berry Républicain: Centre < 5
39 La République des Pyrénées: Aquitaine < 5
40 L'Indépendant: Languedoc-Roussillon < 5
41 Télérama (cultural) < 5
42 Paris-Normandie: Normandie < 5
43 Presse-Océan: Pays de la Loire < 5
44 Nord éclair: Nord-Pas de Calais < 5
45 L'Équipe (sports, daily) < 5
46 Le Télégramme de Brest: Brittany < 5
47 Le Journal du Centre: Centre < 5
48 Paris-Match (photos and people) < 5
49 Le Père Duchesne (19th c.) (other newspapers) < 5
50 Le Monde Diplomatique (left-wing, monthly) < 5
51 Le Courrier Picard: Picardy < 5
52 Le Canard enchaîné (investigative journalism, particularly on French politics, and satirical commentary, weekly) < 5
53 La Voix des Femmes, 1848-1852 (feminist) < 5
54 Le Républicain Lorrain: Lorraine < 5
55 La Dépêche du Midi: Midi-Pyrénées < 5
56 Le Progrès: Auvergne, Burgundy, Franche-Comté, Rhône-Alpes < 5
57 theFrenchPaper (English language, monthly) < 5
58 Libération (left-wing, daily) < 5
59 Le Journal de Saône et Loire: Bourgogne < 5
60 La Provence: Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur < 5
61 Les Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace: Alsace < 5
62 Sud Ouest: Aquitaine, Midi-Pyrénées, Poitou-Charentes < 5
63 Marianne (news) < 5
64 L'Humanité (formerly the newspaper of the French Communist Party, daily) < 5
65 Le Matin (Paris), 1884-1944 < 5
66 Le Dauphiné Libéré: Dauphiné, Savoy < 5
67 Midi Libre: Languedoc-Roussillon, Midi-Pyrénées < 5
68 Charente Libre: Poitou-Charentes < 5
69 L'Est Républicain: Franche-Comté, Lorraine < 5
70 Les Échos (economics, daily) < 5
71 La Montagne: Auvergne < 5

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