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Den (Ukrainian: День, The Day) is a Kiev-based, centrist daily boardsheet newspaper. Founded in 1996, the paper has a circulation of about 60,000. It is linked to former prime minister Yevhen Marchuk - his wife Larysa Ivshyna is the paper's editor-in-chief. Den has been supporting Leonid Kuchma, 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.
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