Kyrgyz tuusu

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Kyrgyz tuusu
TypeDaily newspaper
FormatPrint, online
Founder(s)Government of Kyrgyz Republic
Editor-in-chiefA.Matisakov
FoundedNovember 7, 1924 (1924-11-07)
LanguageKyrgyz
HeadquartersBishkek
Circulation20000
Websitekyrgyztuusu.kg

Kyrgyz tuusu (Kyrgyz: Кыргыз туусу) is the oldest Kyrgyz language newspaper in Kyrgyzstan. It was first published as Erkin Too in Tashkent on November 7, 1924. From August 1927 it was known as Kyzyl Kyrgyzstan (Red Kyrgyzsan), and from 1956 - Sovettik Kyrgyzstan (Soviet Kyrgyzstan). The newspaper received its current name in 1991.

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