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Type Daily newspaper
Format Newspaper
Owner(s) Associated Newspapers
Publisher Al Sidra Media LLC
Founded 2003 (2003)
Language English

7Days is an English language free daily newspaper published in the United Arab Emirates.

History and profile

7Days is the region's first free daily newspaper. It is part-owned by the UK's Daily Mail General Trust (DMGT). The paper was founded by Ashley Northcote and John Woodward as a weekly tabloid published every Friday in 2003.[1]

The circulation of the daily, which was confirmed by the BPA, was 62,532 copies for the last six months of 2011.[2] For the first six-month period of 2013 the paper had a circulation of 61,494 copies.[3]

The paper is known for holding an editorial line independent of the remainder of the country's print media.

See also


  1. ^ New Free Sports Daily in Dubai The Arab Press Network. 22 June 2006. Retrieved 9 September 2014.
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