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Other Special Editions

Newspaper Frequency Location Circulation
English Language
Arab News Weekly Saudi Arabia 55,000
Globe and Mail Daily Toronto, Canada 311,036
Jerusalem Post Twice weekly Jerusalem, Israel 35,000
The Independent Weekly Auckland, New Zealand 9,048
Other - Europe
Milano Finanza Daily Italy 111,622
Der Tagesspiegel Weekly Berlin, Germany 136,909
De Telegraaf Daily Amsterdam, the Netherlands 771,296
Naftemporiki Daily Greece 30,000
Jornal de Noticias Weekly Portugal 105,000
Other - Africa
City Press Weekly South Africa 173,000
Seminario Angolense Weekly Luanda, Angola 8,500
Other - Asia
Money Journal Monthly Beijing, China 50,000
Korean Economic Daily Weekly South Korea 890,000
Other - Canada
Le Journal de Montreal Daily Montreal, Canada 272,352
Other - U.S.
Washington Hispanic Weekly Washington, D.C. 28,000
Hoy Weekly Los Angeles, New York, Chicago 354,000
Rumbo Hispanic Edition Weekly San Antonio, Houston 60,000
el Sentinel Weekly South Florida
(Fort Lauderdale/Broward County)
Total Circulation of Other Special Editions 3,495,763
Total circulation: 5,238,838

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