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Pravda


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A Russian daily newspaper, founded in 1912 and from 1918 to 1991 the official organ of the Soviet Communist Party. Banned twice under President Yeltsin, the paper is now regarded as being broadly representative of the views of communists in Russia. The name is Russian, and means literally ‘truth’.


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