Dagblad Suriname

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Dagblad Suriname is one of the leading daily Surinamese newspapers. It is published in the Dutch language in Paramaribo. Dagblad was founded in 2002, and is part of FaFam Publishing N.V. [1] The newspaper has been described as centre left. [2]

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References

  1. "Kranten". Suriname View (in Dutch). Retrieved 26 March 2021.
  2. "De Surinaamse Kranten". Werkgroup Caraibische Letteren (in Dutch). Retrieved 26 March 2021.