Categories: Ukrainian newspapers | Lists of newspapers Den (День Ukrainian: The Day) is a Kiev-based, centrist daily boardsheet newspaper. ... Fakty i Kommentarii, founded in 1997, is Ukraines biggest selling tabloid newspaper, with over 1. ... Holos Ukrayiny (Голос України Ukrainian: Voice of Ukraine) is a Kyiv-based, Ukrainian-language, Verkhovna Rada-sponsored daily. ... Intelnews is an English-language Ukrainian news agency, founded in October, 1991 by Christine Demkowych, a Ukrainian-American. ... Interfax is a Russian non-governmental press agency based in Frankfurt, Germany. ... The Kievskiye Vedomosti is a local daily Russian-language newspaper, based in Kiev. ... The Kyiv Post is an English-language, anti-Kuchma, weekly newspaper owned and edited by Ukrainian-Americans. ... Segodnya, founded in 1997, is a Kiev-based tabloid newspaper, second only to Fakty i Kommentarii in circulation, with over 700,000 subscribers. ... Silski Visti (Сільські вісті) is a Kyiv-based opposition daily newspaper. ... Ukrayina Moloda (Україна молода Ukrainian: Young Ukraine) is a Ukrainian-language daily newspaper, based in Kyiv, with a circulation of 99,000. ... Ukrayinska Pravda (Українська правда Ukrainian: Ukrainian Truth) is an anti-Kuchma internet newspaper partially funded by NED. Ukrayinska Pravda online (English) Ukrayinska Pravda online (Ukrainian) Ukrayinska Pravda online (Russian) Categories: Newspaper stubs | Ukrainian newspapers | English-language newspapers ... The Ukrainian Independent Information Agency (УНІАН Ukrainian: UNIAN) is a Kyiv-based Ukrainian news agency. ... Uryadovy Kuryer (Урядовий курєр Ukrainian: Governmental Courier) is the national daily newspaper published by the executive branch of Ukraine. ... Vecherniye Vesti, founded in 1999, is a Kyiv-based Ukrainian tabloid newspaper with a circulation of 530,000. ... Zerkalo Nedeli (Дзеркало тижня - Dzerkal Tyzhnia Ukrainian: Weekly Mirror) is Ukraine’s most influential analytical weekly. ... The following is a list of newspapers, divided by country and region. ...
The territory of present-day Ukraine was a key centre of East Slavic culture in the Middle Ages before being divided between a variety of powers, notably Russia, Poland, Lithuania, Austria and the Ottoman Empire.
Ukraine is distinguished as one of the first nations to fight the Axis powers in Carpatho-Ukraine, and one that saw some of the greatest bloodshed during the war.
In central Ukraine, Russian is usually the main language of cities (including Kiev), while Surzhyk (a certain kind of dialect or mixed language with mainly Russian vocabulary and Ukrainian grammar and phonetics) is widespread in the rural areas (15% to 20%, according to some surveys).
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