Kansan Uutiset

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Kansan Uutiset


(People’s News), a daily newspaper; organ of the Communist Party of Finland and the Democratic Union of the Finnish People. The newspaper was founded in 1957 and is published in Helsinki. Circulation, 43, 800 (1974).

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The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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In the present article, the different newspapers looked at include the chief organs of the most significant parties: the Centre Party paper Suomenmaa (SM), the Social Democratic Suomen Sosialidemokraatti (SS), the Communist and Left Alliance (Finnish People's Democratic League) paper Kansan Uutiset (KU) and the right-wing National Coalition Party's paper (until 1976) Uusi Suomi (US) as well as the independent, liberal paper Helsingin Sanomat (HS).
Reporting on the Occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1968 Newspaper Quantity News Commentaries Backgrounds Helsingin Sanomat 76 88 % 7 % 5% Uusi Suomi 100 87 % 8 % 5% Suomen 74 91 % 8 % 1% Sosialidemokraatti Kansan Uutiset 89 89 % 9 % 2% Suomenmaa 43 79 % 19 % 2% Total 382 Newspaper Indir.
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