The Day (newspaper)

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Den (Ukrainian: День, The Day) is a Kiev-based, centrist daily broadsheet newspaper.[1]

History and profile

Den was founded in 1996. The paper is linked to former prime minister Yevhen Marchuk, his wife Larysa Ivshyna is the paper's editor-in-chief. Den has been supporting NATO and ties with the West.

The paper is also notable by its annual photography contest, being the main photo event in Ukraine.

Den is a member of UAPP.

References

  1. ^ "Newspapers and News Magazines - Europe". Infocobuild. Retrieved 5 February 2015. 

External links

  • Den online (in English)
  • Den online (in Ukrainian)
  • Den online (in Russian)
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