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Pam Mather: Enjoying Pravda online

Hello, I just wanted to say how much I enjoy reading Pravda online. I recently found it, and getting a different perspective on world news and views, as well as information concerning the United States (not always published in our own newspapers) is very interesting to me. I also read the New York Times and London Times online.....and it's been a very educational experience to be able to compare news articles. Please thank your publisher/s for making an English language version available...it IS appreciated! The Internet has indeed made the world a smaller place......and hopefully a more understanding one. Sincerely,

Pam Mather Oregon, Wisconsin USA

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