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El País (español:  [el paˈis] (escuchar); lit.  El País) es un diario en español de España. El País tiene su sede en la capital, Madrid, y es propiedad del conglomerado mediático español PRISA[7].
Es el segundo diario de mayor tirada en España a fecha de diciembre de 2017[actualización].[8] El País es el diario más leído en español online y uno de los diarios madrileños considerados de tirada nacional para España (junto con El Mundo y ABC).[9] En 2018, su número de ventas diarias fue de 138.000.[10]
Su sede y redacción central se encuentra en Madrid, aunque existen sedes regionales en las principales ciudades españolas (Barcelona, Sevilla, Valencia, Bilbao y Santiago de Compostela) donde se realizaron ediciones regionales hasta 2015. Además, El País realiza una edición mundial en Madrid que está disponible online en Brasil (en portugués) e Hispanoamérica (en español)[11].
El País fue fundado en mayo de 1976 por un equipo de PRISA formado por Jesús de Polanco, José Ortega Spottorno y Carlos Mendo[12][13] El periódico fue diseñado por Reinhard Gade y Julio Alonso. Se publicó por primera vez el 4 de mayo de 1976,[14] seis meses después de la muerte del dictador Francisco Franco, y al comienzo de la transición española a la democracia. El primer director del diario fue Juan Luis Cebrián[15].

The newspaper

Soledad Gallego-Díaz, José Yoldi, Alicia Rivera, Gorka Lejarcegui, Juan José Millás, Javier Marías, Rosa Montero, Elvira Lindo, Mario Vargas Llosa, Manuel Vicent, Manuel Rivas, Josep Ramoneda, Ramón LoboISSN
In 2010 the U.S. conglomerate Liberty Acquisition Holdings (which is listed on the New York Stock Exchange), took over PRISA and therefore El País.[18] Also in this period, Bank of America and Deutsche Bank became shareholders of PRISA. This fact contributed to a change in the political alignment of El País.
On May 12, 2018, El País announced the creation of the gender correspondent’s office, whose head will be Pilar Álvarez. The objective will be to «plan and improve coverage… on issues related to equality and women.»[37] The new office will also be in charge of the gender correspondent’s office.
At its foundation, it was defined as an independent newspaper, of quality, with a European vocation and defender of pluralist democracy, being considered a reference for both the left and the center-left. El País has shown an editorial line close to the PSOE, with social-democratic tendencies.[49] Since its acquisition by the PRISA Group, it has undergone ideological changes, shifting from socialist positions to an editorial line closer to the center or center-right.[citation needed].

The post

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The world

Amin Maalouf (Lebanon, 1949) knows how his life was marked by the fact of having lived through a civil war and exile. «At the origin of every literary work there is a wound, and mine is having been born Lebanese,» the writer said yesterday. In everything Maalouf writes there is a permanent figure, that of the traveler who feels a foreigner everywhere. The protagonist of El viaje de Baldassare (Alianza), his new novel, is no exception.
Maalouf, the son of a poet who founded two newspapers in Beirut, is quite similar to his literary characters, although nothing he writes is strictly autobiographical. A descendant of a Christian family, originally from southern Arabia, he worked as a war journalist and witnessed the fall of Saigon until he went into exile in France in 1976, following the outbreak of civil war in Lebanon. He worked as a journalist until he decided to shut himself up in his Parisian residence and devote himself only to writing.

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