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Pravda (Russian for "truth" and "justice") is a Russian broadsheet newspaper, formerly the official newspaper of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
Pravda ("truth" in various Slavic languages) may also refer to:
- Pravda (Slovakia), a major newspaper in Slovakia
- Pravda (Serbia), a Serbian tabloid daily newspaper published from 2007 until 2012
- Dnestrovskaya Pravda, a Russian language newspaper in Transnistria
- Komsomolskaya Pravda, an all-Russian daily newspaper
- Pionerskaya Pravda, an all-Russian newspaper
- Ukrayinska Pravda, a Ukrainian internet newspaper
- Pravda.ru, a Russian internet newspaper
- Pravda (Lithuania), a monthly magazine in Lithuania
- Steamer Pravda, a Soviet steamer active in the Arctic in the 1930s
- Russkaya Pravda, the legal code of medieval Kievan Rus
- Pravda (play), a 1985 play satirising the British newspaper industry
- Pravda (novel), a 2007 novel by Edward Docx
- Kino-Pravda, a newsreel series
- "Pravda" (Law & Order: Criminal Intent), an episode of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent
- Pravda Records, American independent record label
- Pravda Girls High School, one of the high schools in the anime Girls und Panzer
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