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Tiesa was the official daily newspaper in the Lithuanian SSR from 1917 to 1994.

Tiesa was the official daily newspaper in the Lithuanian SSR. Established in 1917, the newspaper soon became the official voice of the Communist Party of Lithuania. After the Lithuanian victory in the Lithuanian–Soviet War, the party and the newspaper were outlawed in Lithuania. Therefore, it was first printed in exile and later illegally in Kaunas. Tiesa survived irregular publishing schedules, frequent relocations, staff changes, and other difficulties and, after the Soviet occupation of Lithuania in June 1940, became the official daily of the new communist regime. At its peak, its circulation exceeded 300,000 copies. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Tiesa lost its official status and its circulation shrunk. The publication was discontinued in 1994.

Tiesa may also refer to:

Tiesa (truth) was a Lithuanian-language newspaper published by the Association of Lithuanian Workers, a fraternal benefit society, from 1930 to 2006 when the association merged into the Supreme Council of the Royal Arcanum. The full collection of Tiesa issues is preserved at the Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Archives in microfilm format.

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