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Pravda Pyat (Russian: правда пять or Truth Five) is a weekly Russian tabloid news publication that was a spin-off from Pravda. It was founded by Greek entrepreneurs Christos Giannikos and Fyodoros Giannikos of Pravda International  in 1996. The magazine replaced Pravda when that publication ceased operations. Its intended audience was younger readers, and coverage was more sensationalistic than Pravda, focusing on crime and scandals.
- Specter, Michael (July 31, 1996). Russia's Purveyor of 'Truth', Pravda, Dies After 84 Years. New York Times
- Maheshwari, Vijai (June 26, 1996). 'Pravda Pyat': Young, Hip and Red . The Moscow Times
- Staff report (July 31, 1996). Publication Halted At Pravda Newspaper. Washington Post
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