Leninskoe Znamia

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Leninskoe Znamia

 

(Leninist Banner), a Russian-language oblast newspaper in Karachai-Cherkess Autonomous Oblast, published in Cherkessk five times a week. The first issue came out July 4, 1918, under the name Izvestiia Sovetov narodnykh deputatov; it underwent several name changes and became Leninskoe znamia in 1957. The newspaper was awarded the Order of the Badge of Honor in 1968. Circulation, 47,000 (1973).

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