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The Bahrain News Agency (BNA) is an extension to the Information Affairs Authority (IAA) that was established in Riyadh 1967. Originally named Gulf News Agency, the news agency’s first official broadcast was on 1 April, 1978. The agency joined with the Ministry of Information in 1985 and changed its name to Bahrain News Agency in 2003.
Qatar News Agency (QNA) is the first Arab news agency dedicated to covering the Gulf region and is only one of Qatar's achievements in the field of information. QNA follows up and publishes news and activities of both private and government sectors, and highlights the country's achievements in all domestic and international spheres.
The Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) was founded according to an amiri decree issued on 6 Oct., 1979. The goals of the agency were specified as gathering news and distributing it to individuals and media institutions to provide them with objective news services, and to focus on Kuwait's just causes both regionally and internationally.
The Saudi Press Agency (SPA) was established in 1390 h / 1971 as the first national news agency. The main goal of the establishment is to serve as a central body to distribute local and international news within the kingdom and abroad. It is an important channel for current developments and events for Saudi citizens and international viewers.
Arab Press Agency news organization aims to provide the news differently – by finding the in-depth story behind the events and issues that interest to Arab readers. The agency’s headquarters is in Cairo. The Arab Press Agency is ambitious with its services in order to deliver quality news to the largest number of Arab readers.
Jordan News Agency (PETRA) has witnessed significant technical and professional developments since its establishment in 1969 as an independent body linked to the Ministry of Information. The mission of PETRA is to "achieve the goals of the Jordanian media by covering and transmitting news both inside and outside of Jordan through proper technical means."
The National News Agency (NNA) of Lebanon operates under the country’s Ministry of Information and covers pertinent news to the Lebanese people. The agency covers education, culture, law, economy, politics, sports, regional and international news. The coverage appears in English, Arabic, and French.
Palestine News & Information Agency (WAFA) provides daily news from Palestine and the Middle East; it covers political, economic, domestic, international, and sports news. It is available in English, Arabic, French, and Hebrew making it a major source of information over current events for those regions. (Source Wikipedia)