MOSCOW, May 4 (Reuters) - One hundred years after its first
edition appeared, the once mighty Pravda newspaper has gone back
to its origins as a struggling opposition newspaper, but is
still defiantly urging the workers of the world to unite.
The paper that for decades was the mouthpiece of the ruling
Soviet Communist Party, churning out propaganda that made a
mockery of its title meaning "Truth", suffered a humiliating
fall from grace as the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991.