L'Observateur Paalga



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What is L'Observateur Paalga?

L'Observateur Paalga (1973–1984, 1991-) is the most widely read newspaper in Burkina Faso. It was created 1973 by , but burnt down 1984 by the Thomas Sankara regime as part of control of the media of Burkina Faso, leaving only a government paper. It was refounded in 1991 as L'Observateur Paalga (paalga means "new" in Mooré).

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french-language newspapers published in africainstrumentalitymediumnewspapernewspapers published in burkina fasopresprint media

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