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izvestia

(ɪzˈvɛstɪə)
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See Timofei Bordachev, "Svoikh ne Brosaem," Izvestiia, (October 12, 2017), retrieved October 12, 2017, from https://iz.
6) The attack from Izvestiia was briefly reported the following day by L'Unita, the daily newspaper of the Italian communist party (Partito Comunista Italiano or PCI), alongside an article citing declarations from Pravda regarding the necessity of restoring a policy of international detente.
The newspaper Izvestiia lamented that an engineer was unable to do her work as she was attending an extended trial (8 April 1965).
44) "Iran and Iraq Become Open Allies in the War on ISIS," Izvestiia, August 16, 2016.
One important Soviet precedent for Our World/One Hour was an extraordinary 1961 book project entitled One Day in the World, produced by the highly connected editor of the newspaper Izvestiia, Aleksei Adzhubei, and featuring the events of a single day, September 27, 1960, all around the world (Wolfe, 2005).
Kaminskii, "Antioxidant enzymes, hydrogen peroxide metabolism, and respiration in rat heart during experimental hyperammonemia," Izvestiia Akademii Nauk.
The Soviet press covered the Scottsboro case closely in other popular publications such as Komsomol'skaia pravda, Pravda, Izvestiia, and the Workers News.
See Izvestiia Soveta deputatov trudiashchikhsia SSSR, 1 March 1950 (no.
Veselovskii v russkom literaturovedenii," Izvestiia akademii nauk SSSR otdelenie obshchestvennykh nauk 4: 67-84.
The fact that Askol'dov's article in Izvestiia attracted the attention of the authorities may have helped him later in his career.
For example, an article in the Moscow newspaper Izvestiia reported that Moscow audiences would hear Copland's Third Symphony and suites from Appalachian Spring and The Tender Land, but only the symphony eventually appeared on a program.
Leibenson, General problem of the movement of a compressible fluid in a porous medium, Izvestiia Akademii Nauk Kirgizskol SSSR 9 (1983) 7-10 (in Russian).