Unen

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Unen

 

(Truth), a Mongolian daily newspaper published by the Central Committee of the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party and the Council of Ministers of the People’s Republic of Mongolia. Unen is published in Ulan Bator. Its predecessors were Mongolyn unen (Mongolian Truth; first issued Nov. 10, 1920, a date observed as Party Press Day), Uria (The Challenge; organ of the party’s Central Committee in the years 1921–22), and Ardyn erkhe (The People’s Right, 1923–25; organ of the government and the Central Committee). The newspaper was renamed Unen in April 1925. Circulation, 113,000 (1976).

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