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  • Bubka retires on a high (ABCNews) 01/31/2001
  • Slovak steel giant intercepts radioactive metal in consignment from Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Poland: White book to be prepared on recently publicized war crime (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Ukraine's Bubka to retire after weekend meet (CNNSI) 01/31/2001
  • Hypnotist tries to control police officers (Ananova) 01/31/2001
  • Ukrainian tells Helms of abortive attempt to desert in 1985 (New Jersey Online) 01/31/2001
  • Obit: Ansonia mourns a ‘cop’s cop’ (New Haven Register) 01/31/2001
  • National Bank of Ukraine sets exchange rates for 1 February (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Foreign trade turnover in agriculture up in 2000 (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Foreign minister demands punishment in killing of Ukrainian citizen in Poland (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Ukrainian embassy in Kazakhstan moves to new capital (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Romanian president promises 'special attention' to ethnic Romanians in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Group of illegal migrants detained at Ukraine's western border (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Ukrainian, Iranian ministers sign cooperation accord (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Ukrainian premier, Iranian foreign minister discuss cooperation (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Itera president warns Ukraine's Kuchma of need to pay for gas supplies (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Ukrainian ad-hoc commission head denies having all scandalous tapes (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Ukrainian nationalist group pickets Iranian embassy (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Ukraine's extreme nationalists, left-wingers unanimous that president must go (BBC/FT) 01/31/2001
  • Dossier: Sergei Bubka (Financial Times) 01/31/2001
  • Україна закликає активізувати міжнародні зусилля у напрямку запобігання незаконній торгівлі зброєю / Ukraine calls for the strengthening of international efforts in the prevention of illegal arms trade (BRAMA) 01/31/2001
  • ООН: в інтересах дітей / OON: v interesakh ditej' (BRAMA) 01/31/2001
  • [NEW BOOK] Above and Beyond: From Soviet General to Ukrainian State Builder (HURI) 01/31/2001
  • Area Ukrainians focus on developments abroad (Sun Herald) 01/31/2001
  • Photos (2): Chervona Kalyna 2001 (BRAMA) 01/31/2001
  • Photos (1): Chervona Kalyna 2001 (BRAMA) 01/31/2001
  • Photo: Rescuers carry one of eight bodies from the sunken Ukrainian ship Pamyat Merkuriya (AP/Yahoo) 01/31/2001

  • (Audio) Ukrainian band 'Okean Elzi' interviewed by Julia Barton (BRAMA) 01/30/2001
  • The Man of Steel (BRAMA) 01/30/2001
  • Самі себе звоювали… (BRAMA) 01/30/2001
  • Cheney Seen as Influential VP (AP/Yahoo) 01/30/2001
  • Ex - Soviet Seaman Tells of Ordeal (AP/NY Times) 01/30/2001
  • Ukrainian security service 'impeding' return of test results on body - MP (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecutor sees former minister, foreign special services behind tape scandal (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecutor sees former minister, foreign special services behind tape scandal (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Ukraine: Two anti-presidential protesters expelled from Rivne university (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Ukraine: Deutsche Welle head criticizes possible closure of Radio Kontinent (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Presidential visit fails to prompt thaw in Ukrainian-German relations (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Joint projects outlined by Russian, Ukrainian space agencies (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Russian minister insists An-70 production to go ahead despite crash (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • USA: VOA director gives details of cuts in language services (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Captain of Ukrainian ship arrested after accident (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Ukrainians should ask whether president has moral right to stay - journalist (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Crimean journalist says political reprisals behind court sentence (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Yabluko Party demands full publication of scandalous tapes (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Ukrainian leader orders steps against mad cow disease (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Ukraine denies leukaemia cases among its Kosovo peacekeepers (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Gas bills trouble Ukraine (Financial Times) 01/30/2001
  • Ukraine scrambles to pay the bills (Financial Times) 01/30/2001
  • Hungarian radio sets up news service to cover former Hungarian territories (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Nuclear storage plant in Siberia increases capacity (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Iranian foreign minister arrives in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Crash Puts Military Cargo Project in Intensive Care (Moscow Times) 01/30/2001
  • Russia-Ukraine: Crashed plane beyond repair (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Georgian defence minister's official visit to Ukraine planned for 2 February (BBC/FT) 01/30/2001
  • Myroslav Lubachivsky: Symbol of the Ukrainian church that Stalin could not destroy (Guardian) 01/30/2001
  • Grisly Mystery in Ukraine Leads to a Government Crisis (NY Times) 01/30/2001

  • Fourteen dead as Black Sea ship sinks (ITN Online) 01/29/2001
  • Rugby survives in harsh environment (Independent) 01/29/2001
  • Ukraine President Orders Closer NATO Cooperation (Russia Today) 01/29/2001
  • Ukrainian company to modernize gas transportation system in 2001 (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • President of state nuclear energy company appointed (update) (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Police detain two drug dealers, seize 320 g of heroin (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Photo: student Vladimir Korzh sits at a city hospital in Sevastopol, one of 32 survivors (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/29/2001
  • Photo: Rescued Alexandr Elizarov, 23, is visited by girlfriend Elena Strelenko in Sevastopol city hospital (AP/Yahoo) 01/29/2001
  • Photo: Two rescue life rafts from the sunken Ukrainian ship Pamyat Merkuriya (AP/Yahoo) 01/29/2001
  • Pope Adds 7 Cardinals to a Record 37 Chosen Last Week (NY Times) 01/29/2001
  • Driver's fatigue, bad weather responsible for Ukrainian MP's death in car crash (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Belarusian border unit reports increased radiation near Chernobyl (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • National Bank of Ukraine sets exchange rates for 30 January (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Centre-right MP dies after road accident (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Flu epidemic caused by heating problems in Regional centre (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Security secretary interviewed on parliament majority by Epitsentr (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Anti-president tents return to central Kiev after holiday break (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Pope elevates more bishops to College of Cardinals (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Ukrainian plant denies assembling engines of crashed aircraft (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Ukrainian premier recommends heads of three energy companies be sacked (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Ukrainian shipwreck: 32 survivors, 14 dead, five missing (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Tourist boat sinks in Black Sea (CNN) 01/29/2001
  • Initial air search fails to find missing shipwreck victims (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Iran to open embassy in Minsk (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Newspaper profiles new Ukrainian deputy premier (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Ukraine still hit by power cuts after November storms (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • Ukraine: Over 500 towns and villages remain cut from electricity (BBC/FT) 01/29/2001
  • In surprise move, pope names 7 more cardinals (Detroit News) 01/29/2001
  • Ukrainian President appoints new Deputy Premier (RFE/RL) 01/29/2001
  • Pope, Catholics Look Forward To Visit In June (RFE/RL) 01/29/2001
  • Ukraine: 14 Dead, 5 Missing In Ship Sinking (RFE/RL) 01/29/2001
  • Ukrainian and Greek officials discuss ways of fighting human trafficking (OSCE News) 01/29/2001
  • 14 Killed in Black Sea Shipwreck (AP/Yahoo) 01/29/2001

  • Ukraine Coastguard Says Finds 22 Bodies From Ship (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/28/2001
  • Vatican City: Mainz, Germany (NJ Online) 01/28/2001
  • Slovak Orthodox, Greek Catholic churches sign property division agreement (BBC/FT) 01/28/2001
  • Another new world order in the making: An American foreign policy expert predicts the future of global power politics under the George W. Bush administration and beyond (Bangkok Post/FT) 01/28/2001
  • Photo: Newly elected head of Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church Cardinal Lubomyr Husar conducts a service in Lviv (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/28/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian boxing star Vitali Klitschko shows his World Champions belt (AP/Yahoo) 01/28/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian boxing star Vitali Klitschko, right, battles Orlin Norris of the USA (AP/Yahoo) 01/28/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian fighter Vitali Klitschko raises his arm in celebration as his brother Wladimir applauds (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/28/2001
  • Hair and There (LA Times) 01/28/2001
  • Putin, Kuchma to Discuss Cooperation in Space (AFP/Russia Today) 01/28/2001
  • Photo: Lubomyr Husar, a U.S. Citizen and Leader of Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (AP/Excite) 01/28/2001
  • Pope Names More New Cardinals (AP/Yahoo) 01/28/2001

  • The peoples' champion (Guardian) 01/27/2001
  • Ukraine: 86,900 Chernobyl victims registered (BBC/FT) 01/27/2001
  • Linguists voice concern over Russian language's fate in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/27/2001
  • Геннадій Удовенко: Про наміри консультацій з нами щодо коаліційного ураяду я дізнався з преси (День) 01/27/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian fighter Vitali Klitschko knocks out Orlin Norris of the US (Reuters/Excite) 01/27/2001
  • Photo: An-70 aircraft, a joint project of Russia and Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/27/2001
  • 102 Countries Enter World Track Meet (AP/Yahoo) 01/27/2001
  • Cargo Plane Crash Lands in Russia (AP/Yahoo) 01/27/2001
  • Ukraine Church Elects U.S. Citizen (AP/Yahoo) 01/27/2001

  • UN cannot punish Iraqi oil surcharges (Guardian) 01/26/2001
  • Turkish TV denies the Armenian Holocaust (Independent) 01/26/2001
  • The writing on the wall: Yushchenko (KPNews.com) 01/26/2001
  • Sun buys Rogan, building brewery holdings (KPNews.com) 01/26/2001
  • Historic Mansion Hosts Exhibit (AP/Yahoo) 01/26/2001
  • Україна 2001: можливі сценарії розвитку внутрішньополітичної ситуації (прес-конф 29 січня 2001) (IREX ПроМедіа) 01/26/2001
  • Babyn Yar memorial must be inclusive: Canada's Ukrainian community sends cautionary note to the Government of Ukraine (BRAMA) 01/26/2001
  • Photos: Український Фестиваль (Байон) / Children's Ukrainian Festival (Bayonne) (BRAMA) 01/26/2001
  • Yara Arts Group's MALANKA a three-day festival of art, music and poetry - starts today (BRAMA) 01/26/2001
  • Michael Terech Scholarship Awards (BRAMA) 01/26/2001
  • Владику Любомира Гузара обрано сьогодні новим Верховним Архієпископом Української греко-католицької церкви (Ukrop) 01/26/2001
  • Students picket British embassy over case of former SS division (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • Pope Plans to Visit Ukraine Despite Objections (NY Times) 01/26/2001
  • IMF Missions Start Work in Ukraine, Moldova (Russia Today) 01/26/2001
  • Ukrainian Party leader threatens to push for Prime Minister Yushchenko's dismissal (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • Broadcasting council denies pressurizing independent radio station (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • National Bank of Ukraine sets exchange rates for 26 January (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • Chief prosecutor speaks on his attitude to recent political scandals (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • Three hunger strikers move from eastern city to capital (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • Healthy signs for Ukraine's growth (Financial Times) 01/26/2001
  • Security chief says he couldn't publicize scandal tape before election in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • European bank not ready to pay for completion of Ukrainian reactors (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • Former Ukrainian deputy premier questioned by prosecutor, Russian investigator (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • Newspaper says Ukrainian-Russian relations set to improve (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • Leading political scientist examines proposed election law (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • Ukrainian official denies justice minister offered tapes to European assembly (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • Azerbaijan to use Council of Europe to solve conflict, president tells briefing (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • European parliamentarians to assess evidence in Ukrainian tape scandal (BBC/FT) 01/26/2001
  • European Assembly Raps Ukraine over Press Freedoms (Reuters/Russia Today) 01/26/2001
  • U.S. Calls for Liberia Sanctions (AP/Yahoo) 01/26/2001
  • Several West Africa Nations Attack UN Diamond Probe (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/26/2001
  • Pope Plans to Visit Ukraine Despite Objections (NY Times) 01/26/2001
  • Gardzienice: Searching for the Energy of Ancient Greek Theater (NY Times) 01/26/2001
  • At Cooper Sq., Condos Instead of Sheet Music (NY Times) 01/26/2001

  • Man City swoop for Kanchelskis (Guardian) 01/25/2001
  • Ukraine has not received Russian complaint about pipe dumping - spokesman (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Political pressure forces Radio Liberty off air in Ukrainian city - paper claim (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Foreign aid shrinks, but not for all (MSNBC) 01/25/2001
  • Fedotenko proving he is worthy of NHL (Philadelphia Inquirer) 01/25/2001
  • Ukraine drops plans to import U.S. aid scheme grain (Reuters/Excite) 01/25/2001
  • US Jan-Nov steel imports rise, Dec imports fall (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/25/2001
  • Nazi Slave Fund Suffers Legal Blow (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/25/2001
  • Ukrainian eastern Region enduring tuberculosis epidemic - health minister (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • US Ford awards conservation efforts: Institute of Ecology in Ukraine wins (Budapest Sun) 01/25/2001
  • Robbie raises cash for Rabbie (Budapest Sun) 01/25/2001
  • Pope's plan to visit Ukraine raises tensions: Russians warn of possible strife between Catholics and Orthodox church (Financial Times) 01/25/2001
  • National Bank of Ukraine sets exchange rates for 25 January (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Slovak cabinet approves liberalization of visa restrictions imposed on Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Ukrainian mercenary in kamikaze mission for 1,500 dollars (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Another Ukrainian MP willing to testify on tape scandal (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Ukrainian police reject accusations of complicity in Vyacheslav Chornovil's death (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Former premier denies party involved in MP's death (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Anti-presidential protesters charged with resistance to police (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Police reportedly demolish protesters' camp in Western Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Protest in Kyiv (Kiev) demands president, interior minister resign (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • City swoop for Kanchelskis (The Beautiful Game) 01/25/2001
  • Andrei’s a City boy (Sportal) 01/25/2001
  • Somalia: Government to buy battle tanks from Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Ukraine must agree with Paris Club on debts to get EBRD funding for power plants (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • EBRD could increase financing for Ukraine if investment climate improves (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Ukraine, USA fail to reach agreement on steel imports at Paris meeting (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • More illegal immigrants detained in western Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Ukraine reports increase in serious crimes in 2000 (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Polish president says agreement on funds for armed forces needed (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001
  • Russians wind up deep-water divers' school in Black Sea (BBC/FT) 01/25/2001

  • Slavutych Ukrainian Beer: distinctive and delicious (NY Times) 01/24/2001
  • Workers battle fire mine gas explosion in Ukraine (KPNews.com) 01/24/2001
  • Ukranians mark end of holiday season (Sun Herald) 01/24/2001
  • Official investigation into Ukrainian journalist's death called inadequate (Freedom Forum) 01/24/2001
  • New Beers from Eastern Europe (NY Times) 01/24/2001
  • Slutskaya And Butyrskaya Keep Russians in Charge (Reuters/Excite) 01/24/2001
  • Two former Soviet republics file anti-tobacco suits in Miami (Reuters/Excite) 01/24/2001
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko poses during a practice session (AP/Yahoo) 01/24/2001
  • Kyiv Says Accord With Moscow Is Not Anti-NATO (RFE/RL) 01/24/2001
  • Society: Vision of a future: Raekha Prasad on a scheme to harness the much-needed skills of refugees (Guardian/FT) 01/24/2001
  • Gazprom Expects Ukraine Bypass Study in Three Months (Russia Today) 01/24/2001
  • Russia: Ukraine Said To Divert Gas (RFE/RL) 01/24/2001
  • Photo: Former Heavyweight Champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 01/24/2001
  • Ukraine not interested in initiating further talks with U.S. on steel exports (KPNews.com) 01/24/2001
  • Russia, Ukraine pool efforts to upgrade An-124 transport aircraft (BBC/FT) 01/24/2001
  • Iran: Daily says Iran-140 passenger plane will be flown soon (BBC/FT) 01/24/2001
  • Ukraine to recondition machinery for Russian border guard vessels (BBC/FT) 01/24/2001
  • Kiev mayor, EBRD disagree over proposed loan (BBC/FT) 01/24/2001
  • European bank grants Ukraine 9m dollars in trade promotion loans (BBC/FT) 01/24/2001
  • Ukrainian MPs urge lifting of UN sanctions against Iraq (BBC/FT) 01/24/2001
  • Ukrainian team discusses cooperation in Libya (BBC/FT) 01/24/2001
  • Plot to kill Milosevic mirrored Diana crash (The Scotsman/FT) 01/24/2001
  • Громадянський комітет захисту Конституції 'За Україну без Кучми!' Фантом чи реальність? (прес-конф 31 січня 2001) (IREX ПроМедіа) 01/24/2001
  • Стажування молодих фахівців у центральних органах виконавчої влади (презентація 30 січня 2001) (IREX ПроМедіа) 01/24/2001
  • Внутрішньополітична ситуація в Україні в контексті зовнішніх впливів (прес-конф 29 січня 2001) (IREX ПроМедіа) 01/24/2001
  • Засоби масової інформації - провідник соціальної інформації для населення (круглий стіл 26 січня 2001) (IREX ПроМедіа) 01/24/2001
  • Як зупинити генетичну небезпеку? (прес-клуб 25 січня 2001) (IREX ПроМедіа) 01/24/2001
  • Ukrainian Deputy Found Dead (AFP/Russia Today) 01/24/2001
  • Ukrainian dev studio launches Web site for futuristic tactical action game (ZDNet) 01/24/2001
  • Paragon Software to do Visor translations (1/22/01) (ZDNet) 01/24/2001
  • Ukraine to settle gas debts owed to Russian supplier (BBC/FT) 01/24/2001
  • Ukraine's Deputy Prime Minister Backs Vatican in Row over Pope Visit (AFP/Russia Today) 01/24/2001
  • EU to provide money for demarcation of Belarusian-Lithuanian border (BBC/FT) 01/24/2001
  • Ukrainian media committee chief wants changes on main state TV channel (BBC/FT) 01/24/2001
  • Ukrainian Right-Wing Forces Unite (RFE/RL/Russia Today) 01/24/2001
  • Ukraine Says UN Chief to Visit Kiev in April-May (Reuters/Russia Today) 01/24/2001
  • Libyan leader receives Ukrainian delegation (BBC/FT) 01/24/2001
  • OSCE to increase its presence in Chechnya (BBC/FT) 01/24/2001

  • Parliament member dies of gunshot wound (Independent) 01/23/2001
  • UNIFIL meets to plan reduction of troop numbers to pre-pullout levels (Lebanon Daily Star) 01/23/2001
  • Press Rights Body Denounces Kyiv on Missing Man (Reuters/Russia Today) 01/23/2001
  • Ukraine Denounced on Missing Journalist (Wash Post) 01/23/2001
  • UCLA swimmer proves to be unsinkable for Bruins (UWire/Excite) 01/23/2001
  • BYU students implement international anti-smoking programs (UWire/Excite) 01/23/2001
  • Turkey Cuts French Contract Over Genocide Vote (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2001
  • Ukraine Says U.N. Chief to Visit Kiev in April-May (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/23/2001
  • National Bank of Ukraine sets exchange rates for 24 January (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Ukraine/USA: Trans World Radio signs agreement with Ukrainian radio (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Police disperse anti-presidential protesters in Rivne, arrest 12 (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Vatican spokesman denies reports that Ukrainian Orthodox Church requested cancellation of the trip (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Ukrainian Orthodox Church-Moscow Patriarchate to protest Pope's visit (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Foreign Minister Zlenko hopeful on relations with USA (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Foreign Minister Zlenko says relations improving with Russia (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Ukrainian newspaper interviews centre-right faction leader (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Israeli president hails Ukrainian economy, president (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • PACE calls on members to refuse extradition of former Ukrainian guard officer (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Ukrainian foreign minister announces new pragmatic approach to foreign policy (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Polish national defence minister hails cooperation with Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Ukrainian president rules out return to barter in fuel sector - security chief (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Protests possible during papal visit, warns Ukrainian Orthodox Church (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Ukraine can't have too many strategic partners - foreign minister (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Yabluko Party leader suspects foul play in death of MP (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Polish data protection accord may be signed with Ukraine in April (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Russian anti-aircraft systems successfully tested by Greek military (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Prime minister Yushchenko doesn't rule out staff changes in government (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Head of presidential administration decries situation in Ukraine's media (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Kiev court rejects complaint by missing journalist's mother (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Kiev mayor, EBRD vice president disagree over proposed loan (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Solana slates EU foreign policy: Defence chief claims bureaucracy is wrecking Europe's ability to decide on priorities (Guardian/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Migrants try to fight expulsion (Guardian/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Lucky 13th for British pair (Guardian/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Vision of a future: Raekha Prasad on a scheme to harness the much-needed skills of refugees (Guardian/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Ukraine: President chairs meeting on situation in fuel and energy complex (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Ukrainian president, Polish defence minister discuss joint battalion in Kosovo (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Ukraine: Citizens' units to be formed to help police (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Ukrainian deputy speaker confident there will be no crisis in parliament (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Britain sounds alarm over flourishing music piracy: 'We've got to get serious' (Financial Post/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Crimean speaker 'will not resign' despite parliament standoff (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • EBRD official visiting Ukraine 23-25 January (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Investigation of Ukrainian SS members 'British affair' - deputy premier (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Iran: Domestically-made plane to be flown during Ten Days of Dawn celebrations (BBC/FT) 01/23/2001
  • The weekly Poem: By Threes, By Fours (Independent/FT) 01/23/2001
  • Solana slates EU foreign policy: Defence chief claims bureaucracy is wrecking Europe's ability to decide on priorities (Guardian/FT) 01/23/2001
  • U.S. declines to provide grain aid to Ukraine (KPNews.com) 01/23/2001
  • European Figure Skating Championship Results (New Jersey Online) 01/23/2001
  • Israel signs space pact with Ukraine (Jerusalem Post) 01/23/2001
  • Як у Криму відзначали 10-річчя автономії (День) 01/23/2001
  • Тиждень під знаком коалiцiї (День) 01/23/2001
  • Russia: Good neighbour or great power? (Financial Times) 01/23/2001

  • Anand settles for yet another draw in Corus chess (Hindustan Times/FT) 01/22/2001
  • President Bush is unlikely to let foreign objections get in the way of Republican plans for a new national missile defence system (Guardian/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukraine: President warns of discord, vows to fight it in holiday address (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukraine rotates peacekeeping contingent in Lebanon (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Council of Europe admitting Armenia, Azerbaijan; debating Russia, Ukraine (RFE/RL) 01/22/2001
  • Ukraine: Media Freedom Comes Under Scrutiny (RFE/RL) 01/22/2001
  • Ukraine to open memorial to Nazi mass murder victims (Ha'aretz) 01/22/2001
  • Style is coming to city high-rises (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel) 01/22/2001
  • Klitschko brothers reportedly considering management change (AP/Fox Sports) 01/22/2001
  • Council of Europe to Analyze Tape Alleged to Incriminate Ukraine's Kuchma (AFP/Russia Today) 01/22/2001
  • Act now to tackle pop pirate threat, Britain says (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/22/2001
  • Australian Open (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/22/2001
  • Vatican Says Pope's Ukraine Trip to Go Ahead (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/22/2001
  • Photo: President Kuchma and his Israeli counterpart Moshe Katzav (AP/Yahoo) 01/22/2001
  • Police detain suspects in 1998 murder of interbank-exchange head (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukrainian, Polish defence ministers sign cooperation documents (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukraine and Israel sign agreement on cooperation in space research (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Libyan-Ukrainian joint committee begins work of second session in Tripoli (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukraine: Former deputy PM believes premier will press on with energy reform (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukraine: Former deputy premier denies financing anti-presidential protests (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Anti-presidential protest march starts in Ukrainian Region (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Israeli, Ukrainian presidents discuss Middle East conflict situation (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Israeli president wants greater economic cooperation with Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukraine: Tax authority announces check of 178 mass media in 2001 (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukraine: Faction leader appeals to interior minister about being followed (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • European parliamentary body to debate freedom of speech in Ukraine on 25 Jan (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • National Bank of Ukraine sets exchange rates for 23 January (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Former deputy premier accuses energy minister of 'sabotage' (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Interior Ministry denies shadowing Ukrainian opposition faction leader (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukrainian president says sound legal basis key to foreign investments (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • First deputy speaker plays down dismissal of deputy premier (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Libya, Ukraine sign cooperation agreement (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Interior Ministry of Ukraine decries information leaks by media (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Central bank of Ukraine head warns of high first-quarter inflation (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukraine rotates peacekeeping contingent in Lebanon (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • President Kuchma warns of discord, vows to fight it in holiday address (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukraine may help Poland modernize its armed forces (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Premier praises deputy premier recently sacked by president (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukrainian national-democratic parties form coalition (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • New right-wing association of parties set up in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • USA: Cuts and changes to VOA, RFE/RL broadcasts announced (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Kiev-Moscow military pact could threaten Nato links (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Russia to plan multinational military exercises on Ukraine's soil (Financial Times) 01/22/2001
  • Russia: Council of Europe to hold hearings on press freedom issue (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Boxing : Wladll Do Nicely (Sunday People) 01/22/2001
  • Andrei double sinks Roma (The Beautiful Game) 01/22/2001
  • Roma lead cut to three points after Milan defeat (Internetsoccer.com) 01/22/2001
  • Football: Violence erupts after Roma lose (Independent/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukrainian minister attends official opening of embassy in Libyan capital (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Victory for Paul Kosgei and Leah Malot in Valladolid (AFP/IAAF) 01/22/2001
  • Gas blast kills 9 coal miners, injures 15 (Chicago Tribune) 01/22/2001
  • Second explosion prevented at Donetsk mine, fire continues (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Ukraine coal mine explosion kills at least 7 (Nando Times) 01/22/2001
  • Ukrainian, Israeli presidents sign space exploration agreement (BBC/FT) 01/22/2001
  • Mobile operators face fatigued investors (Financial Times) 01/22/2001

  • Foster's work pays off (Independent) 01/21/2001
  • NATO Patrols Edgy Border, This Time Protecting Serbs (NY Times) 01/21/2001
  • Bulgaria: Two Ukrainians Charged in PM Killing (AP/Yahoo) 01/21/2001
  • Increase in capital flight from Russia recorded in 2000 (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Warning leaves Steelers on thin ice (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Russian paper reviews defence chief's visit to Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Russian general sums up results of defence minister's visit to Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Three trapped miners in Ukraine rescued (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Ukraine faces US sanctions if copyright law not approved by 1 March (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Sacked Ukrainian deputy premier criticizes president, oligarchs (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Ukraine: 2,000 Communists hold rally in Regional centre, demand new referendum (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Israeli president begins official visit to Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Ukrainian, Lithuanian leaders discuss bilateral relations (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Ukraine: Centre-right politician says deputy PM's dismissal weakens government (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Ukrainian, Libyan ministers discuss bilateral cooperation issues (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Ukrainian minister attends official opening of embassy in Libyan capital (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Obit: Michael Skorodynski (Chicago Tribune) 01/21/2001
  • Russia, Ukraine hammer out disagreements over early warning radars (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Czech embassy denies issuing visa to missing Ukrainian journalist (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • OSCE summit decisions not binding on Moldova's Dnestr region - region's leader (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Ukrainian president comments on decision to sack deputy premier (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Ukrainian president meets German chancellor (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Ukrainian president says EU responsible for vague and uncertain statements (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Ukraine: IMF delegation to visit Kiev 4-7 February (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Three Ukrainian miners trapped in mine after cave-in (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Ukraine expects EU commissioner's visit in April (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Russian premier's aide on recent energy deals, talks with Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Euro-chief urges Ukrainian head to speed up WTO entry (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Ukraine: Public opinion poll shows disenchantment with political parties (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Ukrainian president praises international forum in Germany (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Russia and Ukraine to hold joint military exercises (BBC/FT) 01/21/2001
  • Prosecutor's office employees force way into home of Socialist Party aides (UNIAN/Kyiv Post) 01/21/2001
  • Russia agrees to pay debts of Black Sea Fleet to Ukraine (AP/Kyiv Post) 01/21/2001
  • Ukraine agrees to return Bach collection to Germany (AP/Kyiv Post) 01/21/2001
  • Moscow, Kiev Sign Accord on Joint Arms Exports (AFP/Russia Today) 01/21/2001
  • Sacked Ukraine Deputy Premier to Oppose Government (Reuters/Russia Today) 01/21/2001
  • Report: Five Charged in PM Killing (AP/Yahoo) 01/21/2001
  • Ukraine Mine Blast Kills Nine (AP/Yahoo) 01/21/2001
  • Відео-архів новітньої історії України -- дар для НТШ в Америці (BRAMA) 01/21/2001

  • Ukraine to Build ICBMs for Russia (Space.com) 01/20/2001
  • Israeli President Visits Ukraine (AFP/Russia Today) 01/20/2001
  • Orthodox Unity (LA Times) 01/20/2001
  • Ukrainian President Kuchma Defends Himself on German Visit (AFP/Russia Today) 01/20/2001
  • Ukrainian Plane Lands in Iraq in defiance of the international air embargo (AFP/Russia Today) 01/20/2001
  • Ukraine Puts off Sale of Stake in Chemicals Firm (Reuters/Russia Today) 01/20/2001
  • Ukraine Bourse Plagued by Political Scandals (Reuters/Russia Today) 01/20/2001
  • Ukraine Banks' Net Profit Fell to $3 Million in 2000 (Reuters/Russia Today) 01/20/2001
  • USTR Puts Ukraine on Notice for Piracy Violations (Reuters/Russia Today) 01/20/2001
  • EU's Solana to Visit Ukraine April 18-19 (Reuters/Russia Today) 01/20/2001
  • World Cup Women's Biathlon Results (New Jersey Online) 01/20/2001
  • NIS Secondary School Partnership Program - Request for Grant Proposals (гранти для співробітництво зі середними школами в Україні) (BRAMA) 01/20/2001

  • At Cooper Sq., Condos Instead of Sheet Music (NY Times) 01/19/2001
  • Union Grill II chef gets to experiment in new spot (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) 01/19/2001
  • IMF encouraged by growth in Ukraine, reforms sluggish (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/19/2001
  • IMF Concludes Article IV Consultation with Ukraine (IMF) 01/19/2001
  • Norway Wins Women's Relay Race (AP/Yahoo) 01/19/2001
  • Babies to body parts: all for sale on the Internet (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/19/2001
  • Ukraine president under EU pressure (BBC) 01/19/2001
  • The Alfred Friendly Press Fellowships - стипендія для професійних і досвідчених журналістів (з України) (BRAMA) 01/19/2001
  • Schemes and scandals in Ukraine (Economist) 01/19/2001
  • Coming Bach home - to Germany (BBC) 01/19/2001
  • Ukraine's coal and metallurgy bosses join forces to oppose coal reform (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001
  • Ukrainian government adopts sacked deputy premier's coal reform programme (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001
  • Ukrainian president sacks fuel and energy deputy premier Yuliya Tymoshenko (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001
  • Ukraine ratifies international oil and gas shipment agreement (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001
  • Reporters without Borders head interviewed on missing journalist (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001
  • Opposition MP says he has more scandalous recordings (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001
  • Russian defence minister, Ukrainian PM discuss debt (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001
  • Ситуація, що склалася у процесі підготовки з’йомок фільму “Матч смерті”: прес-конф (IREX 26.01.01) (BRAMA) 01/19/2001
  • George Soros to speak at Library of Congress: new book release (BRAMA) 01/19/2001
  • Telenor Buys Additional 6.89% Stake in Kyivstar GSM for $17.83mn (Stock Access) 01/19/2001
  • Ukraine Orders Repayment of Bank Ukraina Debts (Russia Today) 01/19/2001
  • Russia-Ukraine corps formed (Financial Times) 01/19/2001
  • Ukrainian leader meets German president (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001
  • Macedonian, Ukrainian premiers sign free trade agreement (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001
  • Moldovan president initiates trilateral summit with Ukrainian, Romanian leaders (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001
  • Ukraine to perform additional testing for radiation among peacekeepers (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001
  • Ukraine ends 2000 with industrial growth at five-year high (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001
  • Ukrainian newspaper criticizes deputy premier's coal sector reform (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001
  • Gongadze relatives refuse body (KPNews.com) 01/19/2001
  • National Bank of Ukraine sets exchange rates for 19 January (BBC/FT) 01/19/2001

  • Library exhibits work by children near Chernobyl (St. Paul/Minneapolis Pioneer Planet) 01/18/2001
  • Students win local geography bee (St. Paul/Minneapolis Pioneer Planet) 01/18/2001
  • Golden, MCT Corp close Russian cellular swap (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/18/2001
  • Trans-World denies laundering money in probe (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/18/2001
  • History of People and Horses Studied (NY Times) 01/18/2001
  • Bjoerndalen Wins 10K Ski Sprint (NY Times) 01/18/2001
  • Obit: Ann Czainski (Chicago Tribune) 01/18/2001
  • Russia, Ukraine OK Black Sea Post (AP/NY Times) 01/18/2001
  • Ukrainian deputy premier dismisses charges, warns of dictatorship threat (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Ukraine and Macedonia sign trade agreement (BBC) 01/18/2001
  • EU commission ready to involve Poland in energy supply strategy with Russia (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Decision by Russian gas firm to stop supplies gas to Ukraine detailed (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Ukrainian leader arrives in Germany (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Czech visa issued to missing Ukrainian journalist after disappearance, says TV (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Tape confirmed authentic by foreign organized crime experts - MP (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Search reveals new data on whistle-blower's case in tape scandal (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • No signs of crime on scandalous tape - Parliament commission head (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Ukrainian president decrees measures to prevent disappearances of people (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Prosecution searches home of aide to anti-government activist (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Russian defence minister says visit to Ukraine not related to deputy PM's case (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Ukrainian army general staff members to visit Russia on 18-20 January (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Russian, Ukrainian defence ministers sign military cooperation plan for 2001 (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Russian, Ukrainian defence ministers differ on NATO expansion (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Ukrainian president, Russian defence chief stress need to improve cooperation (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Hungary, Romania sign joint appeal to EU for aid in environmental protection (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Russia's Gazprom giving in on construction of pipe manufacturing plant (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Research scholar competition and grants - Woodrow Wilson Center (BRAMA) 01/18/2001
  • Call for papers - Woodrow Wilson Center (BRAMA) 01/18/2001
  • New factional changes announced in Ukrainian parliament (update) (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Ukraine's foreign trade up by 18.3 per cent in 2000 (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Dnipropetrovsk cut off from gas supplies due to debt (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • National Bank of Ukraine sets exchange rates for 18 January (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Koninklijke KPN NV - Re Joint Venture (Financial Times) 01/18/2001
  • Russian defence minister in Ukraine to sign pact (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Russian minister visits Ukraine (BBC) 01/18/2001
  • Prosecutor in journalist case denies wrongdoing on TV (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • President's key aide against early elections, speaker's resignation (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Government in discord over coal sector reform (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Ukrainian government plans to liberalize agriculture sector further - premier (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Ukrainian newspaper (Den') analyses prospects for freedom of speech in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Ukrainian premier looks at economic plans for 2001 (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Parliament fails to include referendum results on agenda (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Government liquidates 24 of 154 advisory bodies (BBC/FT) 01/18/2001
  • Dallas talents take puppets center stage (dallasobserver.com) 01/18/2001
  • Росію виснажує імперський вірус (День) 01/18/2001
  • Сорос спонсорує українські кредитні спілки (День) 01/18/2001
  • Берлін готовий вислухати Київ (День) 01/18/2001

  • Ukraine posts year-on-year decline in oil and gas output (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Court bans antipresidential protest in Donetsk (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Ukraine Prosecution Wants Kuchma to Dismiss Charged Deputy Prime Minister (Russia Today) 01/17/2001
  • Mother of Missing Ukraine Reporter Calls for Tests (Russia Today) 01/17/2001
  • Hungary: Rehabilitation of ex-premier executed for war crime in 1946 proposed (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • OPEC to trim output by 5 percent (Wash Post) 01/17/2001
  • Soviet Warship, No Engine, Seeks Future in Entertainment (Reuters/Russia Today) 01/17/2001
  • Ukrainian President to Visit Germany (AFP/Russia Today) 01/17/2001
  • Broadcasting Breakthrough in Ukraine; Trans World Radio Now on Nationwide FM Via Largest State Channels (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 01/17/2001
  • Germany probes Trans World for money laundering (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/17/2001
  • Photos: Ukrainian American lawyer receives Presidential recognition (BRAMA) 01/17/2001
  • Ukraine posts all-round growth in foreign trade (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Ukraine detains 38 illegal migrants from India in western region (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Anti-presidential protest begins in eastern Ukrainian city (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • PACE urges independent examination of controversial Ukrainian tapes (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Factions demand prosecutor, interior minister to report to parliament (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Ukraine: MPs create interfaction group to unite with Russia, Belarus (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • National Bank of Ukraine sets exchange rates for 17 January (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Ukraine records best economic indicators since independence (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Most Ukrainians believe ties with Europe should be enhanced - poll (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Deputy head of Ukrainian committee confirms onus on language issue in media (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Crimean parliament fails to open its session due to MPs' protests (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Retired coal miners stage picket at the parliament (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Ukrainian newspaper analyzes military relations between Kiev and Moscow (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Prosecutor has backroom deal with president's administration (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • New factional changes in the parliament announced (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Slovak cabinet approves European charter of minority languages (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • Uzbek drug trafficker detained possessing heroin in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/17/2001
  • New Hurdle Imposed for Residency (in Russia) (Moscow Times) 01/17/2001
  • St Etienne lose 7 points in passport scandal (The Beautiful Game) 01/17/2001
  • Brant Named U.S. Team Coordinator (AP/Excite) 01/17/2001
  • Russia cuts off supplies of gas to Ukraine (Financial Times) 01/17/2001
  • Russia’s No. 3 gas producer Itera Cuts Off Gas to 4 Ukrainian Debtors (Moscow Times) 01/17/2001

  • St Etienne punished in passport probe (BBC Sport) 01/16/2001
  • Sharon's Position of Strength (Wash Post) 01/16/2001
  • Obit: Jean S. Senko (Chicago Tribune) 01/16/2001
  • Obit: Estelle A. Konicki (Chicago Tribune) 01/16/2001
  • Ukraine's Timoshenko Could be Victim of Kuchma Cover-up (AFP/Russia Today) 01/16/2001
  • Vatican Offers Pope's Ukraine Dates (AP/Yahoo) 01/16/2001
  • Lateral Vector stops operations as funding flow capped (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/16/2001
  • Lateral Vector stops operations as funding flow capped (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/16/2001
  • Tyhypko denies rumours of his likely appointment as premier (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Pope to visit Ukraine as head of Vatican, not Catholic Church due to protests (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Anti-president protesters in Kharkiv threaten hunger strike following court ban (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Bulgarian police intercept people-smuggling ring on Greek border (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • France Soccer Club Penalized (AP/Excite) 01/16/2001
  • Brant Named U.S. Team Coordinator (AP/Excite) 01/16/2001
  • Ukrainian foreign minister prepares president's visit to Germany (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Russia's Kamov to source helicopter engines in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Israeli president to visit Ukraine on 21-23 January (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • World Bank mission to visit Ukraine on 17-19 January to examine poverty, pension reform (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Parliamentary committee's head outlines mass media problems (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • UNESCO chief announces concern over 'murder' of Ukrainian journalist (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Parliamentary committee head Zinchenko attacks poor freedom of speech (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • MPs, journalists slam Ukraine's freedom of speech record in parliament (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Russian gas company stops supplies to Ukraine's generators (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • President tells foreign diplomats Ukraine won't be preached to (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Slovakia, Belgium pledge cooperation against people smuggling (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Belgian minister inspects Slovak-Ukrainian border (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Georgia may press claims to part of former Soviet Black Sea Fleet (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Vatican confirms pope's Ukraine trip 23-27 Jun (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor rules on suspending deputy premier (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Central bank liquidates bank allegedly linked to deputy premier (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Russia: foreign trade turnover up in Maritime Territory (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Belarus leader describes his country as 'viable European state' (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Ukrainian minister denies CD piracy, producers call US pressure unfair (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Alleged war criminals are a British 'internal affair' - Ukrainian official (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Ukrainian newspaper comments on interview of whistle-blower in tape scandal (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Ukrainian leader of centre-left faction interviewed on economics, private life (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Ukraine posts 11-per-cent budget surplus, 1.5bn-dollar decrease in foreign debt (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Ukraine, Russia to team up in nuclear tests control (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • NATO chief says no obstacles in way of Russia joining alliance (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Russian gas company stops its supplies to Ukraine's gencos (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Journalists's mother speaking of pressure on her in parliament (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Burkard Steers British Airways (Moscow Times) 01/16/2001
  • Armenian veterans' union slams Russian president's 'insensitive move' in Baku (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Protesters demand Germany cancel Ukrainian president's visit (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Court restricts location of anti-presidential protest in west Ukrainian city (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Nigerian teen to join Kyiv (The Beautiful Game) 01/16/2001
  • Iran assembling Ukrainian planes for sale to Middle East (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Ukraine's Prime Minister Yushchenko to visit Macedonia 17-18 January (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Deputy premier refuses to recognize prosecutor's charges (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Ukrainian deputy premier officially charged with smuggling, forgery (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • 'Kozak' - Ukraine's Award Winning Vodka now in the States! (BRAMA) 01/16/2001
  • Photos: Ukraine's deputy PM charged with fraud (BBC) 01/16/2001
  • Controversial bank liquidated (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Thailand Sea Games (Bangkok Post/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Moldova records rise in GDP per capita (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001
  • Tokai (Japan) to provide stage for Chernobyl play (Japan Times) 01/16/2001
  • Authorities plan to bury journalist's body - protest leader (BBC/FT) 01/16/2001

  • Son of Star Wars: Reagan's dream lives on in President-elect Bush (Guardian/FT) 01/15/2001
  • Straw plans to strip ex-Nazis of citizenship (Independent) 01/15/2001
  • France Soccer Player Probed (NY Times) 01/15/2001
  • Helen Semler Dies; Russian Interpreter for two Presidents (Wash Post) 01/15/2001
  • France Soccer Player Probed (AP/Yahoo) 01/15/2001
  • U.N. Steps Up Fight Against Organized Kosovo Crime (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/15/2001
  • Ukraine's Deputy Premier Charged (AP/Yahoo) 01/15/2001
  • Ukraine to take part in aerospace show in India on 7-11 February (BBC/FT) 01/15/2001
  • AvtoVAZ May Win Ukrainian Privatization It Lost (Moscow Times) 01/15/2001
  • Regional anti-presidential protest dampened by bomb threats (BBC/FT) 01/15/2001
  • Anti-presidential protests to resume in capital on 6 February (BBC/FT) 01/15/2001
  • Deputy premier Tymoshenko says bank closed by 'illegal' actions of authorities (BBC/FT) 01/15/2001
  • Ukrainian Security Service denies threatening Radio Liberty employees (BBC/FT) 01/15/2001
  • Ukrainian president wants to preserve VAT privileges in agriculture (BBC/FT) 01/15/2001
  • Ukrainian-Korean car plant increases output (BBC/FT) 01/15/2001
  • Summary of Ukrainian 'Our Army' military programme 0800 gmt 14 Jan 01 (BBC/FT) 01/15/2001
  • Ukrainian minister 'mustn't leave Kiev ' (BBC) 01/15/2001
  • Deputy premier files complaint against prosecutor after questioning (BBC/FT) 01/15/2001
  • Russians to buy Ukraine smelter (Financial Times) 01/15/2001
  • Hewitt can 'go all the way' (The Australian) 01/15/2001
  • Kaladze to insist on move from Kyiv (The Beautiful Game) 01/15/2001
  • No talk of Pope's Russian trip (CNN) 01/15/2001
  • Timeline: Soviet Union (BBC) 01/15/2001
  • Country profile: Ukraine (BBC) 01/15/2001
  • U.N. Steps Up Fight Against Organized Kosovo Crime (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/15/2001
  • Вшанування творчості Олександра Дорошенка в Москві / Vshanuvannya tvorchosti Oleksandra Doroshenka v Moskvi (BRAMA) 01/15/2001
  • New regulation makes human trafficking a criminal offence in Kosovo (OSCE News) 01/15/2001
  • Future site for UAOC monastery: NYC's East Village (BRAMA) 01/15/2001
  • Грудень 2000 року: рейтинги політичних діячів та інститутів у громадській думці: IREX круглий стіл (BRAMA) 01/15/2001
  • Socialist leader's spokesman questioned as witness in tape scandal (BBC/FT) 01/15/2001
  • Obit: Ola Dworianyn (Chicago Tribune) 01/15/2001
  • AvtoVAZ May Win Ukrainian Privatization It Lost (Moscow Times) 01/15/2001

  • Primorye's 2000 Foreign-Trade Turnover Grew by 110 Mln Usd. (Global Sources) 01/14/2001
  • Newly-appointed US secretary of state hopes to develop relations with Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/14/2001
  • One Miner Killed in Ukraine Mine Accident (Russia Today) 01/14/2001
  • Mine ceiling collapse kills miner in Ukraine's Donbass (BBC/FT) 01/14/2001
  • Ukrainian official denies charges of abuse of power (BBC/FT) 01/14/2001
  • Privatized energy company complains about government interference (BBC/FT) 01/14/2001
  • Ukrainian vice premier to be questioned by Russian investigator (BBC/FT) 01/14/2001
  • Kenyan wins cross country race; Sergey Lebed of Ukraine next (New Jersey Online) 01/14/2001
  • Parish murals have stories to relate (Detroit News) 01/14/2001
  • Britain May Strip Ex-Nazis of Citizenship (Reuters/Excite) 01/14/2001

  • Ukraine replaces foreign debt with internal debt (BBC/FT) 01/13/2001
  • Lithuania hero demands justice (BBC) 01/13/2001
  • Ukrainian deputy premier stresses role of family in her career (BBC/FT) 01/13/2001
  • For today's race field, it's not about the money: Ukraine's Tatyana Pozdnyakova the women's winner the last two years (Houston Chronicle) 01/13/2001
  • Paper or plastic from a different perspective (SJ Mercury News) 01/13/2001
  • Forsberg Wins Another Biathlon Event (AP/Excite) 01/13/2001
  • Belarus' President Snubs U.S. Envoy (AP/Excite) 01/13/2001
  • Environmentally sound 'green' spending (Financial Times) 01/13/2001
  • Restructuring of Russia-Ukraine gas debt marks breakthrough (Gas and Oil) 01/13/2001
  • Ukraine to Deploy Cloak and Dagger to Combat BSE (Russia Today) 01/13/2001
  • Truth on a shoestring budget: Ukrayinska Pravda (Globe and Mail) 01/13/2001
  • Ukraine's Deputy Prime Minister Questioned in Smuggling Case (Russia Today) 01/13/2001
  • Ex-KGB chief Vladimir Semichastny dies (New Jersey Online) 01/13/2001
  • Russia gives Ukraine 10-year amnesty to pay off gas debt (Gas and Oil) 01/13/2001

  • Director-General alarmed about murder of Ukrainian journalist (UNESCO) 01/12/2001
  • ISU club hockey coach set to lead all-star squad into World University Games (UWire/Excite) 01/12/2001
  • Oil guru warns against hasty supply cuts: Sheikh Yamani urges Opec to watch Iraq before decreasing output (Guardian/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Sports Results (UK) (Guardian/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Football: Contreras to sit out passport test (Independent) 01/12/2001
  • Soviet KGB Chief, Anti-Khrushchev Plotter Dies (Reuters/Excite) 01/12/2001
  • Ukrainian president expected to visit Germany 18-20 January re: art treasures (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Diplomat denies Ukraine breached arms sanctions against Sierra Leone (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Polish border crossing with Ukraine will remain open for pedestrians (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • President tells premier to step up fight against audio, video piracy (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Mr Blair must tell Mr Bush his Star Wars missile system is folly: Ukraine a rogue nuclear state? (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Oil guru warns against hasty supply cuts (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Ukraine anti-corruption body urges interior minister to resign (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Ukraine prosecutor sets conditions for handover of body (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Ukrainian deputy premier questioned at prosecutor's office (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Parliamentary anti-corruption body demands interior ministry be sacked (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Ukraine posts 11-per-cent budget surplus, 1.5bn-dollar decrease in foreign debt (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor conditionally agrees to hand corpse to journalist's family (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Ukraine deputy premier to sue after tax evasion questioning (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Congress discusses unification of Ukrainian Christian Orthodox churches (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • TV journalist sentenced to imprisonment on murder charges (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Georgian Foreign Ministry denies losing signed text of Russo-Georgian agreement (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor-general, European official discuss missing journalist (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Use of force against anti-presidential protests reported in west Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • ФАКТОРИ РУСИФІКАЦІЇ УКРАЇНИ: зміни та вплив після 1991 (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • 2000 рік у подіях (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • 2000: Year in review (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • Погляд з Вашінгтона: Україна - не Росія (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • The View From Washington: Ukraine is Not Russia (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • День Уряду (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • Government Day (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • Factors In The Russification Of Ukraine: Changes And Influences Since 1991 (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • Місто в об'єктиві: УЖГОРОД (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • City Spotlight: UZHGOROD (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • Погляд з Лондона (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • Ukraine's International Image: A View From London (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • Партія в об'єктиві: Соціалістична партія України (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • The Socialist Party Of Ukraine (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • Огляд парламентської діяльності: третий квартал (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • Third Quarter Parliamentary Review (Romyr) 01/12/2001
  • Conference: Prospects for Energy Infrastructure Development in Ukraine (BRAMA) 01/12/2001
  • Photos [5]: Protest demonstrations, January 10 2001 in Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine (BRAMA) 01/12/2001
  • Photos [5]: Protest demonstrations, January 10 2001 in Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine (BRAMA) 01/12/2001
  • Photos [2]: Protest demonstrations, January 10 2001 in Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine (BRAMA) 01/12/2001
  • Photos [5]: Protest demonstrations, January 10 2001 in Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine (BRAMA) 01/12/2001
  • Newspaper analyzes relations between Crimean Tatars and Ukrainian power (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Ukrainian Premier Yushchenko luke warm in support of Deputy Premier Tymoshenko (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Ukrainian Parliament approves state support for armoured-vehicle production (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Reactor halted for emergency repairs at Ukraine's largest nuclear plant (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Police forcibly remove anti-presidential protesters in east Ukrainian city (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • New factional changes announced in Ukrainian parliament (update) (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • Turkey: Turksat 2A satellite to improve internet services (BBC/FT) 01/12/2001
  • U.S. leads Ukraine in high-speed wireless? Nyet! (MoneyCentral/MSN) 01/12/2001
  • Obit: Michael Cwian (Chicago Tribune) 01/12/2001
  • January 12 in the history books (Chicago Tribune) 01/12/2001
  • Study flunks secondary schools' job with immigrants (Chicago Tribune) 01/12/2001
  • Classical On The Air: Raising Russians from the dead (The Independent/FT) 01/12/2001

  • A winter of firsts for Ohio U. international students (UWire/Excite) 01/11/2001
  • Football: Former Saint Etienne and Ukraine goalkeeper arrested in France (Independent) 01/11/2001
  • Macao Says Waters Too Shallow for Former Soviet Carrier (EIN) 01/11/2001
  • Salter Street Announces NATPE Lineup [To Russia With Fries] (CCN/Yahoo) 01/11/2001
  • Mother of journalist Georgy Gongadze files lawsuit (BBC) 01/11/2001
  • Obit: Joseph Berman (Chicago Tribune) 01/11/2001
  • National Bank of Ukraine sets exchange rates for 12 January (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Ukrainian president interviewed on tape scandal by Radio Liberty (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Lesya Honhadze, mother of missing journalist, declares her life is under threat (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Reporters Without Borders demands Ukrainian president sack prosecutor-general (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Kiev patriarchate congress calls for union of Ukrainian Orthodox Christianity (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Polish president to visit Berlin - Poland a model for Ukraine and Belarus (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Anti-presidential committee's spokesman explains further protests (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Georgian MP wants official who lost state document to be charged with espionage (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Ukrainian parliament ratifies agreement with Russia on missile warning systems (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • New Turkmen pipeline to deliver gas to eastern Province (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • City court bans anti-presidential picket in east Ukrainian city (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Ukraine: Centre-right parliament majority split over president's draft law (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Ukraine: Parliament excludes referendum drafts from agenda til next session (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Russian grain prices set to rise as demand exceeds supply (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Sea Launch reschedules scrubbed satellite mission (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/11/2001
  • AremisSoft Announces Acquisition of Denon International Ltd. (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 01/11/2001
  • IMF mission to work in Ukraine 25 January - 7 February (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • E-prostitution (Chicago Tribune) 01/11/2001
  • Ukraine's splinter Orthodox church holds assembly in Kyiv (KPNews.com) 01/11/2001
  • Family farms keep Ukrainian grain harvest at 1999 level (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Ukraine: Deputy speaker denies heading plot against government (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • European deputies, Ukrainian speaker negative on constitutional changes (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Council of Europe official warns Ukrainian speaker about Ukraine's delegation (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Journalist says European deputies blind to media repression in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 01/11/2001
  • Amid protests, Ukrainian prosecutor says can't be sure body that of journalist (AP/Kyiv Post) 01/11/2001
  • Жіноча рівність може гарантувати суспільству (День) 01/11/2001
  • Москва прагне стати одним із центрів світового спорту. А Київ? (День) 01/11/2001
  • Про причини любити людей. І свій народ (День) 01/11/2001
  • Україна очима американців (День) 01/11/2001
  • Що спільного у Георгія Гонгадзе зi «справою Гонгадзе»? (День) 01/11/2001

  • Europe's response; Ukrainian president Leonid Kuchma called for a moratorium (Guardian/FT) 01/10/2001
  • Rusedski hits out at press bias (Guardian/FT) 01/10/2001
  • Indusmin Energy Corp.: Kerch Oil and Gas Project in Crimea, Ukraine (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 01/10/2001
  • Як впливають екологічні фактори на здоров’я населення в різних районах Києва: круглий стіл (IREX 12.01.01) (BRAMA) 01/10/2001
  • Photo: Prosecutor General Mykhailo Potebenko (AP/Yahoo) 01/10/2001
  • DNA tests aid Ukrainian body mystery; another journalist beaten to death (CNN) 01/10/2001
  • Obit: Joan I. Justice (Chicago Tribune) 01/10/2001
  • Britain to screen veterans of fighting in Balkans (Daily Southtown) 01/10/2001
  • SPF decides to start talks with AvtoVAZ on sale of ZAP shares (Kyiv Post) 01/10/2001
  • Former SBU guard reveals new recordings (Kyiv Post) 01/10/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prosecutor General Potebenko reports on probablity of journalist's body (AP/Yahoo) 01/10/2001
  • Couple adopted baby from Ukraine (Daily Herald) 01/10/2001
  • Ukraine: President plays down economic progress in 2000 (BBC/FT) 01/10/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecution says dead-body test conclusions final (BBC/FT) 01/10/2001
  • Ukraine: Missing journalist's colleague slams prosecution (BBC/FT) 01/10/2001
  • Ukraine prosecutor says probe into top officials dropped (BBC/FT) 01/10/2001
  • Ukraine: PACE delegation offers help in authenticity test of scandalous tape (BBC/FT) 01/10/2001
  • Rock'n Roll space launch flops (BBC) 01/10/2001
  • $150 million Kerch Oil and Gas Project in Crimea, Ukraine (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 01/10/2001
  • Hrbaty Wins Second - Round Match (AP/NY Times) 01/10/2001
  • Headless journalist 'identified' (BBC) 01/10/2001
  • U.S. Wants Ukraine Probe on Vanished Journalist (Reuters/Russia Today) 01/10/2001
  • Ukraine Officials Erased Evidence on Missing Reporter (AFP/Russia Today) 01/10/2001
  • Ukraine records rise in industrial, agricultural output (BBC/FT) 01/10/2001
  • Trans-Caucasus transport tariffs may create international organization (BBC/FT) 01/10/2001
  • European bank chief calls on Japan firms to invest in Russia's Far East (BBC/FT) 01/10/2001
  • Chipita acquires Russian bakery (Financial Times) 01/10/2001

  • Refusing to let them fight for their country is just one way in which men try to keep women down (Guardian/FT) 01/09/2001
  • Delegation of women apparel retailers from the fSU to train in the US - seeking business hosts (BRAMA) 01/09/2001
  • Crew rescued from listing ship; Malfunction at Ukrainian nuclear plant (CNN) 01/09/2001
  • Ukraine, Russia to Develop Space Potential Together (Military News/Russia Today) 01/09/2001
  • 1 short program goes a long way for skater (Chicago Tribune) 01/09/2001
  • Europeans fear Balkans ammo still lethal (Chicago Tribune) 01/09/2001
  • Ukraine Without Kuchma protests to resume Wednesday (KPNews.com) 01/09/2001
  • Ukraine: Fugitive security officer reveals more recordings on Radio Liberty (BBC/FT) 01/09/2001
  • Andersen Group, Inc. Reports Third Quarter Results (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 01/09/2001
  • Sea Launch postpones first blast off of 2001 (Reuters/Excite) 01/09/2001
  • EuroGas Enters into Financing Agreement on Gemerska Talc Deposit (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 01/09/2001
  • Ukraine, Russia to Develop Space Potential Together (MNA/Russia Today) 01/09/2001
  • Ukrainian president arrives in Kosovo to meet Polish, Yugoslav leaders (FT/BBC) 01/09/2001
  • 'Kuchmagate' Chat-Room Links Public to Scandal (Transitions Online) 01/09/2001
  • European bank chief calls on Japan firms to invest in Eastern Europe (FT/BBC) 01/09/2001
  • Ukraine meets year's nuclear fuel supply target (FT/BBC) 01/09/2001
  • Ukraine restarts nuclear reactor after repair works (FT/BBC) 01/09/2001
  • Migrant flood probe urged: Department vulnerable to fraud, abuse (Financial Times) 01/09/2001
  • Ukraine records increased inflation in 2000 (FT/BBC) 01/09/2001
  • Ukraine experiences growing pains Market Focus (Financial Times) 01/09/2001

  • FA Cup third round: Young Doherty earns his Spurs in defence (Guardian/FT) 01/08/2001
  • Ukrainian soldiers in UK face 'genocide' inquiry (Independent) 01/08/2001
  • Photo: a Ukrainian AN-225 finishes parking during Operation Enduring Freedom (AP/Yahoo) 01/08/2001
  • Indusmin Energy: A Look Back At The Past Year (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 01/08/2001
  • Winter Songs from Song Tree at LaMama (BRAMA) 01/08/2001
  • Яка ж стратегічна мета? Українська громада Північної Америки (BRAMA) 01/08/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian Ecology Control Group officer checks radioactive contamination (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/08/2001
  • Yearning of the artist as a young man (The Age) 01/08/2001
  • Stocks to watch Tuesday (CNN/FN) 01/08/2001
  • Eastern-rite Christmas celebrated: Ukrainian Catholic church carries on old-country traditions (Daily Gazette) 01/08/2001
  • US: Tax Treaty Update (Tax News Network) 01/08/2001
  • Visiting Chinese foreign minister meets Turkish president, premier (BBC) 01/08/2001
  • International journalist group in Ukraine to study missing-jounalist case: Text of report by Ukrainian television on 8th January (BBC) 01/08/2001
  • Heineken Open results (Sporting News) 01/08/2001
  • Ukraine Sends Doctors to Kosovo to Test for Balkans Syndrome (Russia Today) 01/08/2001
  • A Look Back At The Past Year (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 01/08/2001
  • Cyphermint Receives $10 Million Investment Capital Fueling the Cyphermint Pay Cash System U.S. Launch (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 01/08/2001
  • Ericsson wins $100 million first GPRS contract in Ukraine (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 01/08/2001
  • WHO Doubts Depleted Uranium Gave Troops Leukemia (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/08/2001
  • Two seeds fall in first round at Heineken Open tennis (Ticker/Excite) 01/08/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian Officer Checks Radiation Level at Checkpoint in Prizovitsa (Reuters/Excite) 01/08/2001
  • Straw urged to probe Nazi claims (BBC) 01/08/2001

  • Photos [3]: Rizdvo - Eastern rite Christmas, January 7 2001 in Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine (BRAMA) 01/07/2001
  • Photos [4]: Rizdvo- Eastern rite Christmas, January 7 2001 in Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine (BRAMA) 01/07/2001
  • Orthodox preserve yuletide traditions (Lehigh Valley News) 01/07/2001
  • Editorial comment: Russian gas (Financial Times) 01/07/2001
  • The World up Close - Volodya can't hide anything. (Chicago Tribune) 01/07/2001
  • Programme exposes 'war criminals' in UK (BBC) 01/07/2001
  • 10,000 Demonstrate in Germany Against Far-Right (Reuters/Excite) 01/07/2001
  • Looking Fit, the Pope Wraps Up a Momentous Holy Year (NY Times) 01/07/2001

  • Borscht, Please, With a Side of Sushi (NY Times) 01/06/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian boy sits by Mykhailkovsky monastery (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/06/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian girl lights candle (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/06/2001
  • Junior scholars training seminar - Woodrow Wilson Center (BRAMA) 01/06/2001
  • EES Research Scholar Competition and Short Term Grants (BRAMA) 01/06/2001
  • Russian adoptee 'cutest of them all' (The Examiner) 01/06/2001
  • Ukrainian minister denies corruption (BBC) 01/06/2001
  • Canadian embassy corruption - bribes for visas (National Post) 01/06/2001
  • Maigourov, Forsberg Win Biathlons (AP/Excite) 01/06/2001

  • Europe's farms push birds to brink (BBC) 01/05/2001
  • Ukrainians take to the streets in what could well turn out to be the Central European scandal of the decade: 'Kuchmagate.' (Transitions Online) 01/05/2001
  • Ukrainian future belongs in high-tech (Europemedia) 01/05/2001
  • Ukraine Deputy Premier Investigated (AP/Yahoo) 01/05/2001
  • Ukraine sees three Sea Launch blast-offs in 2001 (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/05/2001
  • Swede Wins Women's 7.5K Ski Sprint (AP/Yahoo) 01/05/2001
  • Ukraine denies accusations of ousting Russian language from media (FT/BBC) 01/05/2001
  • Russia, Ukraine to conclude agreement on surveillance from space (FT/BBC) 01/05/2001
  • `Romanian' steel was Russian (Financial Times) 01/05/2001
  • France: Paris-based watchdog review media freedom violations in 2000 (FT/BBC) 01/05/2001
  • Two miners killed in Ukraine, first coal industry deaths in 2001 (KPNews.com) 01/05/2001
  • Dehydration plant preserves produce for food bank (My West Texas) 01/05/2001
  • Moscow not happy about Ukrainian-only broadcasts in Ukraine (KPNews.com) 01/05/2001
  • Ukraine Without Kuchma action renewed in Lviv (KPNews.com) 01/05/2001
  • Fire sends vet defender Kubik to Burn (Sun Times) 01/05/2001

  • PhosChem Finalizes Joint Marketing Agreement with Apatit Fertilizers S.A. (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 01/04/2001
  • How to cool the Caucasus (Financial Times) 01/04/2001
  • Surgeon Denies Pope Definitely Has Parkinson's (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/04/2001
  • World Cup Biathlon Results (AP/Yahoo) 01/04/2001
  • Author pens book on bipolar disorder (Deerfield Review) 01/04/2001
  • Chicago Fire Trade Defender Kubik to Dallas (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/04/2001
  • Lawyer Recommends Dismissal of Holocaust Litigation (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/04/2001
  • CIS Sees Record GDP Growth for 2000 (Moscow Times) 01/04/2001
  • No rest for Bubka (IAAF) 01/04/2001
  • Russian [language] squeezed out of Ukrainian media - Foreign Ministry (FT/BBC) 01/04/2001
  • National Bank of Ukraine sets exchange rates for 4 January (FT/BBC) 01/04/2001
  • Ukraine: Multilingual digital satellite TV service planned (FT/BBC) 01/04/2001
  • Parkinson's Drugs Affect Pope's Face, Walk (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/04/2001

  • Pope Is Said To Have Parkinson's (AP/Yahoo) 01/03/2001
  • Dreams of a better life end in a nightmare of sexual slavery (Chicago Tribune) 01/03/2001
  • Surgeon Says Pope Suffering From Parkinson's (Reuters/Yahoo) 01/03/2001
  • Let Us Hit Pause and Reflect (LA Times) 01/03/2001
  • Turks Dispute Captain's Count Of Passengers in Fatal Shipwreck (Wash Post) 01/03/2001
  • Inflation rises in Ukraine (BBC) 01/03/2001
  • Ukraine invents ultimate diet buster (Sun Times) 01/03/2001
  • Ukrainian Defence Ministry to settle bills by giving planes (FT/BBC) 01/03/2001
  • Ukraine lowers yields on T-bills to reflect lower inflation forecast (FT/BBC) 01/03/2001
  • Ukraine: Nuclear reactor taken off stream for maintenance repairs (FT/BBC) 01/03/2001
  • Belarusian, Ukrainian premiers, presidents to meet mid, late January (FT/BBC) 01/03/2001
  • Sport (English Fa Premiership): Doherty sets Spurs rolling - Tottenham Hotspur 4 - Newcastle United - 2 (FT/Irish Times) 01/03/2001

  • Web sites feed boom in sex trade and slavery (Mercury News) 01/02/2001
  • Photo: 'САЛО' (SALO) chocolate bars (AP/Yahoo) 01/02/2001
  • Photo: Bars of animal fat covered in chocolate is displayed at a supermarket in Kyiv (AP/Yahoo) 01/02/2001
  • Energizing Nuclear Plants' Hopes (Wash Post) 01/02/2001
  • Tottenham Boss Denies He Is On The Brink Of Quitting As Rebrov Speaks Out (Football365) 01/02/2001
  • Ferdinand returns for injury-hit Spurs (Soccernet) 01/02/2001
  • Robson backs Rebrov to shine (Football Unlimited) 01/02/2001
  • China's Space Investement Volume Exceeds State Financing in Ukraine (Russia Today) 01/02/2001
  • Ukrainian Inflation Rises to 25.8 Percent in 2000 (Russia Today) 01/02/2001
  • Oak Lawn woman helps beauty shine through for cancer patients (Daily Southtown) 01/02/2001
  • Акція 'Різдво з Гонгадзе'; 'Christmas with Gongadze' (BRAMA) 01/02/2001
  • Kobzar Society to ship first computers to Ukraine schools (BRAMA) 01/02/2001
  • Exhibition: Loyal to the Line - East East West (UIMA) (BRAMA) 01/02/2001
  • Eurotech's EKOR continues to perform at Chernobyl [Chornobyl] (BRAMA) 01/02/2001
  • New Faces at U.N. Security Council (AP/Yahoo) 01/02/2001
  • Obit: Juliana Pawlynsky (Chicago Tribune) 01/02/2001
  • Ukraine Co. Offers Pure Fat Candy (AP/Yahoo) 01/02/2001

  • Straddling Two Worlds: Canada's Ukrainians (Catholic Near East) 01/01/2001
  • Ukraine Responds (Wash Post) 01/01/2001
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