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Iskra was a 1900–1905 communist newspaper. The word means "spark" in many Slavic languages.
Iskra may also refer to:
- ISKRA lasers, used for laser fusion experiments at VNIIEF Russia
- Iskra, a Soviet personal computer, see List of Soviet computer systems
- Iskra, a Soviet medium format rangefinder camera, produced in 1960–1963, see ru:Искра (фотоаппарат)
- PZL TS-11 Iskra, a Polish jet aircraft
- İskra, former name of Aşağı Kəsəmən, Azerbaijan
- Iskra, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship (north-central Poland)
- Iskra, Parvomay the largest village in Parvomay Municipality, Plovdiv region, Bulgaria
- Iskra, Kardzhali Province, Bulgaria
- NK Iskra Bugojno, a football club from Bugojno, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- FK Iskra Stolac, a football club from Stolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- ISKRA, volleyball club based in Odintsovo, Moscow Oblast, Russia
- Iskra (company), an electronic equipment manufacturer in Yugoslavia, now broken up into many parts, among them Iskratel
- ORP Iskra, name of two school tall ships of the Polish Navy
- Iskra (band), a crust punk/black metal band from Victoria, Canada
- Iskra (Egyptian communist organisation)
- Iskra 1903, Iskra 1904 and Iskra 1912, a series of jazz bands including Paul Rutherford
- Iskra (name), a female given name common in Bulgaria and Macedonia
- Operation Iskra
- Iskra, a Slovenian student society
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