Silski Visti


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Sil’s’ki Visti

 

(Rural News), a Ukrainian-language republic newspaper of the Ukrainian SSR, founded in 1920. It was originally named Selians’ka bidnota and was renamed a number of times; it acquired its present name in 1965. The newspaper is published in Kiev six times a week. Circulation, about 650,000 (1975). Sil’s’ki visti was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor (1973).

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As of June 2005, the trial of the popular Socialist Party newspaper Silski Visti remained ongoing.
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On January 28, the Shevchenkivsky Local Court in Kiev ruled that publication of the newspaper "Silski Visti" be suspended for fomenting interethnic hatred in connection with "Silski Visti" publishing on November 15, 2002, professor Vasyl Yaremenko's article "Myth about Ukrainian Anti-Semitism", and on September 30, 2003, another article by professor Yaremenko "Jews in Ukraine: Reality without Myths." The paper is appealing the ruling.