Ha'aretz (HaAretz) is a leading Israeli newspaper. Its first incarnation, in April 1918, was Hadashot Mi-HaAretz HaKidusha.

The main edition of Ha'aretz, published in Hebrew, frequently contains articles that are critical of Israeli policies.

It also publishes an English-language edition (whose editor in 2006 is Adar Primor) whose content overlaps with, but is not identical to, the Hebrew edition.

According to many writers who can read the Hebrew edition, articles treating the more sensitive issues which appear in the Hebrew edition are absent from the English edition. (See, for example, Ran HaCohen's article entitled Looking Behind Ha'aretz's Liberal Image . See, also, this article, which was published in the Hebrew edition, but not in the English edition.)

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On September 1, 1997, Haaretz English Edition was published for the first time, as part of a joint venture with the International Herald Tribune.

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