Pravda Pyat

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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.[1] It was founded by Greek entrepreneurs Christos Giannikos and Fyodoros Giannikos of Pravda International [2] in 1996.[3] The magazine replaced Pravda when that publication ceased operations.[4] Its intended audience was younger readers, and coverage was more sensationalistic than Pravda, focusing on crime and scandals.

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