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  • Ukraine not involved in illegal arms trade with Iraq - consul Yuriy Orshanskyy (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/30/2001
  • Murdered journalist's wife [Myroslava Gongadze] calls for international investigation (Freedom Forum) 06/30/2001
  • Papal visit may have significant bearing on future of Ukraine (Winston-Salem Journal) 06/30/2001
  • Football: Spurs plan pounds 30m swoop for Shevchenko (Guardian) 06/30/2001
  • Gas accords with Russian being implemented says Ukrainian official (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/30/2001
  • Ukraine: New party set up to protect peasants (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/30/2001
  • A Hotel Alliance Splits Up, but Schrager Presses Ahead [Shevchenko Place Issue, from 6/28/01] (NY Times) 06/30/2001

  • A brave Pope's pleas fall on stony ground (Daily Telegraph) 06/29/2001
  • Hollywood's A-list provides a sideshow at the court of Italy's fashion emperor (Independent) 06/29/2001
  • Man With A Mission: The Pope visits Ukraine, but finds old divisions still fresh (Time) 06/29/2001
  • Corruption Perceptions Index 2001 ranks 91 countries (from 6/27/01) (Transparency International) 06/29/2001
  • [Russian] Patriarch attacks Pope trip (The Times) 06/29/2001

  • Der ZEIT Kulturbrief (Die Zeit) 06/28/2001
  • Pope hails Ukrainians who died for Church (Daily Telegraph) 06/28/2001
  • Ukrainians' search for jobs founders in the Dead Sea (Daily Telegraph) 06/28/2001
  • Rentech Signs MOU for GTL License in Bolivia (PRNewswire/Excite) 06/28/2001
  • Ukrainian PM Kinakh objects to Russian proposal on oil and gas company's debt (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/28/2001
  • Ukrainian president discusses Pope's visit with Polish leader (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/28/2001
  • Detainees should be released under Ukraine's new legal system - lawyer (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/28/2001
  • Ukrainian judges unprepared to issue search, arrest warrants (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/28/2001
  • Dov Levin, Israeli judge who convicted John Demjanjuk and barred anti-Arab Kach group from parliament, dies at 76 (AP/NJ Online) 06/28/2001
  • Polish and Ukrainian presidents exchange observations about recent state visits (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 06/28/2001
  • Ukrainian president meets Polish counterpart, reaffirms European choice (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/28/2001
  • Ukraine: Opposition fails to erect monument to independent journalists (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/28/2001
  • Ukraine: Pope's Last Mass Draws More Than A Million, Including Kuchma (RFE/RL) 06/28/2001
  • Pope's visit fails to heal old wounds: Pope forgives and forgets, Russian Patriarch recriminates and remembers (Guardian) 06/28/2001
  • Pope Urges Unity in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 06/28/2001
  • Reactor at Ukrainian power station halted for planned repairs (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/28/2001
  • Radar station in Ukraine disconnected over Russian Defence Ministry debts (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/28/2001
  • Russia allocates fund for disaster relief to Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/28/2001
  • Putin favours strategic partnership ties with Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/28/2001
  • IQ Labs Appoints Vladimir Kamen as Chief Technical Officer and VP of Engineering (Business Wire/Yahoo) 06/28/2001
  • Menswear in Milan from the sublime to the ridiculous (NJ Online) 06/28/2001
  • Thursday's international soccer scores (Sporting News) 06/28/2001
  • Ghana, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Paraguay advance (Sporting News) 06/28/2001
  • Paraguay sinks Ukraine 2-1 to reach youth cup quarters (Sporting News) 06/28/2001
  • Ukrainian Newspaper Publisher Shot Dead (CPJ) 06/28/2001
  • Police scupper Ukrainian protest (CNN) 06/28/2001
  • JKX Oil & Gas PLC - Ukraine Court Decision (RNS/FT) 06/28/2001
  • Polish and Ukrainian presidents meet (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 06/28/2001
  • Antipresidential protest mars Ukraine's Constitution Day (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/28/2001
  • Ukraine: opposition defies ban on anti-president demo (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/28/2001
  • Russia to lend Ukraine 200m dollars to build nuclear power plants (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/28/2001
  • Russia does not want gas debt to be 'excessive burden' on Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/28/2001
  • Ukraine, Russia agree to reconnect power grids (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/28/2001
  • Ukrainian media mogul Rabynovych condemns US press attacks (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/28/2001
  • Ukraine: Antonov enterprise resumes production of Mriya transport plane (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/28/2001
  • NEW FILMS: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF (RE-ISSUE) (Independent/FT) 06/28/2001
  • Results (Guardian/FT) 06/28/2001
  • Welcome for Pope Is Mixed Blessing (LA Times) 06/28/2001
  • Pope calls for end to thousand-year schism in church (Independent) 06/28/2001
  • Frail Pope energized by gruelling Ukraine trip (Globe and Mail) 06/28/2001
  • Papal visit supports Ukraine's aspirations for stronger ties with the West (NJ Online) 06/28/2001
  • Pope ends controversial visit to Ukraine with unity theme (Dallas News) 06/28/2001
  • Papal Mass Draws 1 Million (Wash Post) 06/28/2001
  • В Нью-Йорку завершилася спецсесія Генеральної Асамблеї ООН зі СНІДу (BRAMA) 06/28/2001
  • Pope, Ending Visit to Ukraine, Reaches Out to Orthodox (NY Times) 06/28/2001

  • PrivatBank Accepts Payments for IP-Telephony Services via ATMs (Stock Access) 06/27/2001
  • Ukraine resigned to keeping its unpopular leader (CSM) 06/27/2001
  • Near his homeland, pope urges forgiveness in Eastern Europe (Dominion Post) 06/27/2001
  • Pope positive over Ukraine visit (BBC) 06/27/2001
  • Pope stresses Ukraine's special role between West, East - spokesman (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/27/2001
  • Pope calls for mutual forgiveness at liturgy in west Ukrainian city (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • World News: Huge turnout for Pope's Mass in Ukraine's Catholic heartland (AFP/FT) 06/27/2001
  • Ukrainian leader's press secretary doubts Pope visit to affect ties with Russia (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/27/2001
  • Belarusian president, Russian patriarch call for Slavic unity (BBC/FT-Minsk) 06/27/2001
  • Ukraine: Journalist urges inquiry into alleged abuse of office by security chief (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • [Kateryna Chumachenko] Wife of former Ukrainian premier [Viktor Yushchenko ] brings court action against media (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • Ukraine: authorities ban building of Greek-Catholic church in Kharkiv (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • Pope's visit to Ukraine was organized excellently - Vatican spokesman (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • (Corrected) Ukrainian president says farewell to Pope (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • Ukrainian president says farewell to Pope (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • Pope thanks President Kuchma for invitation, sees Ukraine as part of Europe (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • Pope completes his visit to Ukraine (BBC/FT-Lviv) 06/27/2001
  • Pope honors Ukrainian martyrs (MSNBC) 06/27/2001
  • Ukrainian Catholics survived days of darkness (USA Today) 06/27/2001
  • Two Moldovans given life for murder of Ukraine naval cadets (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • Ukraine, Russia agree to reconnect power grids from 1 August, says TV (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • Russian deputy PM does not want gas debt to be 'excessive burden' on Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/27/2001
  • Kazakh company cuts delivery of Turkmen gas to Ukraine for debts (BBC/FT-Almaty) 06/27/2001
  • Ukrainian premier seeks EU cooperation on energy projects (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • Ukraine election chief urges speedy decision on election law (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • Epic drills and completes well #A-105 in Aktash field (Oil Online) 06/27/2001
  • Pope Leaves Ukraine with Message of Unity (NPR: All Things Considered) [AUDIO] (NPR) 06/27/2001
  • Pontiff's Last Day In Ukraine (CBS) 06/27/2001
  • Pope Beatifies Martyrs Before Million Faithful (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/27/2001
  • One Million Cheer Pope in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 06/27/2001
  • The perils of European enlargement (Financial Times) 06/27/2001
  • Survey Says Finland Least Corrupt, Bangladesh Worst (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/27/2001
  • Editorial Roundup (AP/Yahoo) 06/27/2001
  • Photo: pilot takes a picture as Pope John Paul II walks up a staricase to the plane (AP/Yahoo) 06/27/2001
  • Detroit Based Bandurists Represent the U.S. in Ukraine's Tenth Celebration of Independence (BRAMA) 06/27/2001
  • Agrarian reform in Ukraine: achievements and errors (AgriUkraine) 06/27/2001
  • Ukrainian speaker Plyushch urges more powers for parliament (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • Plans Set for Tall Ships Arrival (Detroit News) 06/27/2001
  • Ukraine: Pope Beatifies Martyrs, Urges Forgiveness (RFE/RL) 06/27/2001
  • Million gather for Ukraine mass (BBC) 06/27/2001
  • Pope to beatify Ukraine martyrs (CNN) 06/27/2001
  • Pope's visit stirs feelings of patriotism in Ukrainians (Globe and Mail) 06/27/2001
  • Pope brings out joy in Catholics, suspicion in Russians (Independent) 06/27/2001
  • Analysis: Bridging the schism (BBC) 06/27/2001
  • Pope Hears Cheers in Western Ukraine (Wash Post) 06/27/2001
  • Ukrainian premier Kinakh seeks EU cooperation on energy projects (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • Ukraine election chief Ryabets urges speedy decision on election law (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/27/2001
  • Kazakhstan to limit Turkmen gas transit to Ukraine due to debts (BBC/FT-Almaty) 06/27/2001
  • Parmar empties reserve tank to seal dramatic victory (Independent/FT) 06/27/2001
  • Crowd Welcomes Pope at Ukraine Mass (AP/Yahoo) 06/27/2001
  • Стратегія розвитку суспільства. Україна і світ [презентація книги: IREX 2.7.01] (IREX) 06/27/2001
  • Orthodoxy and Catholicism Collide in a Ukrainian Town (NY Times) 06/27/2001
  • Wimbledon 2001 (Independent/FT) 06/27/2001
  • Orthodoxy and Catholicism Collide in a Ukrainian Town (NY Times) 06/27/2001
  • Pope upsets Ukraine by beatifying priests with Nazi links: PATRICK COCKBURN (Independent/FT) 06/27/2001
  • Pope warns against migration (BBC) 06/27/2001

  • Ukraine's 'Kuchma-Gate' Bodyguard Defends Name (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • CIS states urge Sea Launch move (Spaceflight) 06/26/2001
  • Пошук шляхів кардинального виправлення гуманітарної кризи в Іраку [ООН] (BRAMA) 06/26/2001
  • Програмна діяльність Європейської економічної комісії (ЄЕК) на 2002 рік [ООН] (BRAMA) 06/26/2001
  • Tuesday's Wimbledon results (Sporting News) 06/26/2001
  • Paris showcases high-tech planes (China Daily) 06/26/2001
  • Ukrainians observe American education at U. Texas-Arlington (UWire/Excite) 06/26/2001
  • Chinese immigration important for Russian economic revival - migration of Russians to Ukraine will inevitably grow (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/26/2001
  • Pope stuns Ukraine crowd by singing in the rain (AFP/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • Pope meets Ukrainian youth in western city [Sykhiv, Lviv] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/26/2001
  • John Paul II in Ukraine: Missing Journalist [Gongadze] and a Mother's Grief (AFP/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • Ukrainian premier praises Pope's visit (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/26/2001
  • Ukrainian premier vows to see missing journalist case [Gongadze] through (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/26/2001
  • Ukraine: Security service searches journalist Oleh Yeltsov's home (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/26/2001
  • Ukrainian anti-presidential forum to be reformed - opposition leader Tymoshenko (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/26/2001
  • Ukraine: Some 30 per cent would vote for bloc formed by ex-premier - poll (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/26/2001
  • Ukrainian design company wins tender for launching Egyptian satellite (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/26/2001
  • Russia suggests safe way of disposing of antipersonnel mines (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/26/2001
  • EU promises support for Ukraine's European choice, says TV (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/26/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecution suspends court ruling on UK firm's stake in oil company (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/26/2001
  • Ukrainian Foreign Ministry calls for peace in Macedonia (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/26/2001
  • How the home hopes fared (first-round singles) (Guardian/FT) 06/26/2001
  • Pope Invokes Spirit of Forgiveness (AP/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • Pope to Beatify Soviet-Era Martyrs in Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • Pope Invokes Spirit of Forgiveness (AP/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • In pictures: Pope reaches Lviv (BBC) 06/26/2001
  • Pope steps into historic maelstrom (MSNBC) 06/26/2001
  • Western Ukraine Friendlier To Pontiff (CBS) 06/26/2001
  • Delgado Beats Medvedev in Straight Sets (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • Ukraine's 'Kuchma-Gate' Bodyguard Defends Name (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • Photo: Boys of the choir protect themselves from rain as they sing for Pope John Paul II (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II arrives for a meeting with Ukrainian youth in Lviv (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II presents a girl with a gift in the hippodrome in Lviv (AP/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • Pope Prays at Site where Nazi forces killed 33,000 Jews (Wash Post) 06/26/2001
  • Russia tables proposals for Dnestr peacekeeping force (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/26/2001
  • Pope in Lviv calls on Ukrainians, Poles to forget disputes (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/26/2001
  • Soviet rules undermine Catholics in Ukraine (Globe and Mail) 06/26/2001
  • Thousands flock to Papal mass (estimated crowd of 600,000, LVIV) (CNN) 06/26/2001
  • Over a million turn up for papal liturgy in Lviv (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/26/2001
  • Pope celebrates mass in Lviv (MSNBC) 06/26/2001
  • Pope finally gets a Ukrainian welcome (Guardian/FT) 06/26/2001
  • Russian church leader comments on Pope's visit to Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/26/2001
  • Leading article: A papal misadventure in a divided nation (Independent/FT) 06/26/2001
  • The Pope gets cold shoulder from church leaders in Kiev (Independent/FT) 06/26/2001
  • New Ukrainian deputy premier for economic policy won't be economics minister too (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/26/2001
  • Ukraine wins tender for Egyptian satellite (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/26/2001
  • Russian, Danish, Ukrainian firms show interest in Turkmen drilling fleet tender (BBC/FT-Ashgabat) 06/26/2001
  • Unemployed coal miners in Appalachia worry about foreigners competing for jobs (AP/NJ Online) 06/26/2001
  • Living life under the hammer and sickle - Part II (Pennlive) 06/26/2001
  • Papal mass moves Ukraine's Catholics (BBC) 06/26/2001
  • China: SCOREBOARD (China Daily/FT) 06/26/2001
  • Pope Visits Babi Yar Site Commemorating Slain Jews (NY Times) 06/26/2001
  • Photo: general view of the site where a Mass is being celebrated by Pope John Paul II in Lviv (AP/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • Photo: A flag-waving crowd welcome Pope John Paul II arriving to celebrate a Mass in Lviv (AP/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • Pope Preaches to Biggest Crowd of Ukraine Tour (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/26/2001
  • Pope Celebrates Mass in Lviv, Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 06/26/2001

  • В Нью-Йорку розпочинається спеціальна сесія Генеральної Асамблеї ООН, ініційована Україною [ООН] (BRAMA) 06/25/2001
  • Кофі Аннан вітає рішення Президента України про проголошення 2002 року - Роком боротьби зі СНІДом в нашій державі / Kofi Annan: UN Special Session on HIV/AIDS in New York (Photos) (BRAMA) 06/25/2001
  • Україна закликає міжнародну спільноту до активізації боротьби зі СНІДом - STATEMENT by H.E. Mr. Vitaliy Moskalenko, Minister of Health of Ukraine, United Nations General Assembly Special Session on HIV/AIDS (Photos) (BRAMA) 06/25/2001
  • In show of solidarity, UN tower lit up with red AIDS ribbon (Photos) (BRAMA) 06/25/2001
  • [Ukrainian] Fighter Buzzes Learjet of EU Official (Iwon) 06/25/2001
  • SA Player Ratings: U.S. U-20s vs. Ukraine (SoccerAmerica/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Pope Preaches in Ukraine's Catholic Heartland (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Luck of the Irish changed industry (Scotsman/FT) 06/25/2001
  • Clinton begs US for more Aids cash (Guardian) 06/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Churches Divided By Politics And Beliefs (RFE/RL) 06/25/2001
  • Ukrainian ambassador to Russia: Pope's visit a perfectly normal event (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/25/2001
  • Pope snubbed by Ukrainian church leader (Guardian/FT) 06/25/2001
  • Jailed Ukrainian nationalists appeal to Pope for help (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Council of Europe conference being held in Crimea on 16-17 Sept (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/25/2001
  • Phone Cards Link Chicago Immigrants to Home (Chicago Tribune/FT) 06/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Newspaper publisher killed in eastern city (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/25/2001
  • Pope Steps into a Ukrainian Minefield (Time) 06/25/2001
  • A contentious papal trip (BBC) 06/25/2001
  • Pope visit gives a boost to Ukraine religious minority (CS Monitor) 06/25/2001
  • `Dark times' are over, pope tells Ukraine (Chicago Tribune) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II listens to Armenian Bishop Gregorio in the Armenian Church of Lviv (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II blesses bread during a welcome ceremony in Lviv's airport (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II blesses the faithful from his popemobile approaching the center of western Ukrainian city of Lviv (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II blesses the faithful upon his arrival in western Ukrainian city of Lviv (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II (2L) salutes the crowd as he travels in his popemobile in the airport of Ukrainian city of Lviv (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II shakes hands with Yaakov Dov Bleich, Ukrainian chief rabbi (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Deputy premier for economic policy appointed (update) (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/25/2001
  • Ukrainian firm wins Egyptian satellite contract (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/25/2001
  • Russian official calls for better state control of ports (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/25/2001
  • Framatome wins contract to modernise two reactors in Ukraine (En Bref: Framatome: accord pour la modernisation de deux centrales en Ukraine) (Les Echos/FT) 06/25/2001
  • Patriarch Filaret, Ukrainian Orthodox Church leader, dismisses Russian criticism of Pope visit (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/25/2001
  • Pilgrims flock to papal mass (Globe and Mail) 06/25/2001
  • Pope pays tribute to Ukrainian martyrs (AP/Toronto Star) 06/25/2001
  • Pope honours Ukrainian Jews (BBC) 06/25/2001
  • Pope calls for spiritual strength in economically struggling Ukraine (AP/NJ Online) 06/25/2001
  • Pope praises Ukraine's spirit despite 'corruption' (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/25/2001
  • Boycott Mars Pope's Visit to Ukraine (Wash Post) 06/25/2001
  • Pope visits Babi Yar, symbol of Jewish suffering (AP/Sun-Sentinel) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II prays in front of Jewish monument of Babiy Yar in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II talks with chief rabbi Yaakov Dov Bleich (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II greeted by Yaakov Dov Bleich, Ukrainian Chief Rabbi (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II follows Ukraine's Greek Catholic Cardinal Lubomyr Husar (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II stands behind a row of cardinals during a Byzantine rite mass (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II greets the crowd from his popemobile (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II waves as he arrives with Kiev Exaych (bishop) Basil Medwid (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Parishioners pray during a Divine Liturgy for Ukrainian Catholics of the Eastern Rite at Chaika Airfield (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian Greek Catholic parishioners welcome Pope John Paul II (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II sits during a Byzantine rite mass (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: An Orthodox parishioner holds a candle (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: A Ukrainian Orthodox priest reads from a Bible while praying in protest (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian parishioner confesses to a Greek Catholic priest (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian parishioner is helped after she collapsed during a Byzantine-Ukrainian Divine Liturgy (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II blesses the faithful upon his arrival at the Chaika Airfield (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II blesses the faithful (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Pope Calls for Spiritual Strength (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II's popemobile approaches a mass grave of the Soviet regime victims in the Bykovnia forest (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II blesses the faithful upon his arrival at the Chaika Airfield (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Pope Prays for Victims of Nazi Terror (AP/Yahoo) 06/25/2001
  • Letter: A Polish Jewish Artist (NY Times) 06/25/2001
  • Missing Newsman's Mother Seeks Pope's Support (NY Times) 06/25/2001
  • Pope Finds a Hard Road to Ending Rift in Ukraine (NY Times) 06/25/2001
  • Pope urges warring Ukrainian churches to unite (Independent) 06/25/2001

  • Mr. Kuchma and Mr. Gongadze (Wash Post) 06/24/2001
  • Pope reassures Orthodox Church at start of historic visit (Daily Telegraph) 06/24/2001
  • HIV Cases Skyrocket While Government Ponders Options (RFE/RL) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: An unidentified official, right, introduces representatives of various religious groups to Pope John Paul II during his meeting with the Ukrainian council of religions (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II meets with represenatitives of the Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian Faithful (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Fehr to play lead in NBC's new 'UC' (Hwd. Reporter/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Pope condemns Nazi massacres, says Jews persecuted because of religion (AP/NJ Online) 06/24/2001
  • Pope's visit to Kiev highlights religious tensions (Financial Times) 06/24/2001
  • Head of Ukraine's Catholics deplores split among Ukrainian Christians (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/24/2001
  • Ukraine: Pope visits memorial for 1930s repression victims (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/24/2001
  • Vatican sees political reasons behind opposition to pope's Ukraine visit (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II, center, and Ukraine's President Leonid Kuchma, left, stand together before a Mass (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II prays Sunday, June 24, 2001, in the forest near Kiev where up to 200,000 Ukrainians were killed in Soviet jails in Kiev in 1929-1941 (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II, surrounded by catholic (L) and orthodox (R) bishops, prays in a forest where more than 50 thousand Ukrainians were shot and buried between 1937 and 1938 (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian Catholics pray during a Mass celebrated by Pope John Paul II (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: An unidentified Ukrainian Greek-Catholic priest kisses the hand of Pope John Paul II as he arrives in Kyiv's philarmonic palace (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Pope Pays Tribute to Ukrainian Martyrs (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Pope John Paul II to Visit Babi Yar (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Ukraine Orthodox Snub Pope Despite Unity Plea (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • UKRAINE NETS LATE EQUALIZER (Soccer365) 06/24/2001
  • Ukraine: 100,000 hear papal liturgy near Kiev (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/24/2001
  • Connecticut Area Ukranian Catholics make pilgrimage to Kiev (Greenwich Time) 06/24/2001
  • Pope Tries to Heal Old Wounds (Wash Post) 06/24/2001
  • Pope calls for unity in Ukraine (BBC) 06/24/2001
  • Orthodoxy threaten papal boycott (CNN) 06/24/2001
  • Orthodox in Ukraine Spurn Pope's Visit (LA Times) 06/24/2001
  • Russian nationalist [Zhirinovskiy] slams Ukraine over Pope's visit (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/24/2001
  • Treasures abound in Midwest: Scythian Treasures from Ancient Ukraine (Des Moines Register) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Ukraine faithful prepare under rain to attend a mass by Pope John Paul II (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Holding banners, pilgrims listen to Pope John Paul II during the Holy Mass celebrated at Chaika Airport (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian woman prays as Pope John Paul II celebrates the Holy Mass at the Chaika airport (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II prays during the Holy Mass celebrated at the Chaika airport (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian parishioners pray during a Mass given by the Pontiff at the Chaika Airfield (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: A Ukrainian parishioner uses a telescope to watch Pope John Paul II leading a Mass at the Chaika Airfield (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II blesses the faithful upon his arrival to the Chaika Airfield (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Ukraine's Iinterior Ministry officers check for explosives the site of the Chaika Airfield (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: A pilgrim holds a Russian flag as Pope John Paul II celebrates the Holy Mass at the Chaika airport (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian parishioners kneel while praying as Pope John Paul II leads a Mass at the Chaika Airfield (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: A Ukrainian girl waves a flag featuring the portrait of Pope John Paul II during the Holy Mass held at the Chaika airport (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II blesses the crowd as he drives in his popemobile through the Chaika airfield (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Children receive blessing from a catholic priest during an open-air mass (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Photo: Ukraine faithful prepare under rain to attend a mass by Pope John Paul II at Chayka airport (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • Pope Preaches Unity at Ukraine Mass (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/24/2001
  • In Ukraine, Pope Tries to Heal Rift With Orthodox Church (NY Times) 06/24/2001
  • Video: Pope arrives in Kyiv (NY Times) 06/24/2001

  • Ukraine: Police empties Kiev streets during papal visit (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/23/2001
  • Ukrainian president greets Pope, confirms commitment to democracy (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/23/2001
  • Pope addresses Ukrainian politicians, businessmen, public (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/23/2001
  • Despite tie, U.S. team moving on (Soccernet) 06/23/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II's popemobile approaches the center of Ukraine's Capital with golden domed cupolas in the background (AP/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II's popemobile passes by an advertisement poster approaching center of Ukraine's capital (AP/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II greets Ukrainian parishioners from his popemobile in Ukraine's capital (AP/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Photo: Turkish gendarmes and coast guard officers guard a group of illegal immigrant (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Pope Seeks Orthodox Reconciliation on Ukraine Tour (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Turkey Finds 277 Illegal Migrants on Ukraine Ship (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Pope Arrives in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Pope to Hold Open-Air Mass for Ukraine Faithful (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • United States 1, Ukraine 1, Tie (AP/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Harvest-2001 vs. cyclone - to be continued (AgriUkraine) 06/23/2001
  • Opinion: Papal visit will bring Ukraine closer to Europe (Kyiv Post) 06/23/2001
  • A Divided Ukraine Awaits the Pope (NY Times) 06/23/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II and Ukraine's President Leonid Kuchma review the Guard of Honour (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II and Ukraine's President Leonid Kuchma are surrounded by children (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II receives the welcoming bread from Ukrainian children (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II talks to Ukrainian children in traditional clothing as they greet him (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Photo: Pope John Paul II and Ukraine's President Leonid Kuchma (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian Orthodox believers pray in protest against Pope John Paul II's visit (AP/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian Orthodox believers pray in protest against Pope John Paul II's visit (AP/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Pope Starts Controversial Ukraine Tour (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/23/2001
  • Pope Starts Difficult Trip to Ukraine with Apology (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/23/2001

  • Photos: ABC News Anchor Bill Beutel interviews NY Ukrainian community (BRAMA) 06/22/2001
  • Kill the death penalty (Guardian) 06/22/2001
  • Photo: Workers install a poster showing Pope John Paul II (AP/Yahoo) 06/22/2001
  • Photo: imitation of Noah's Ark under construction at Chaika Airfield where John Paul II is schedule to arrive (AP/Yahoo) 06/22/2001
  • Photo: group of Catholics from Russia's city of Perm headed by a priest, second right, hold Ukrainian national flags (AP/Yahoo) 06/22/2001
  • Photo: An elderly woman walks past a poster announcing Pope John Paul II visit to Ukraine next (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/22/2001
  • Photo: Two people chat in front of a portrait of Pope John Paul II (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/22/2001
  • Ukraine's Arms Deals (Wash Post) 06/22/2001
  • Opinion: Pope off to hornets nest (VNY) 06/22/2001
  • Religious detente or 'holy war'? (CS Monitor) 06/22/2001
  • The Battle Over the Murals of Pain (NY Times) 06/22/2001
  • IMF: foreign investors can carry on successful business in Ukraine (AgriUkraine) 06/22/2001

  • Nation eyes Black Sea shipwrecks (Kyiv Post) 06/21/2001
  • Long-awaited 'Moses' takes to the stage (Kyiv Post) 06/21/2001
  • Ringing defeat - Ukrtelekom hit by verdict in contract dispute (Kyiv Post) 06/21/2001
  • Reports of ban on Radio Liberty chief denied (Kyiv Post) 06/21/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian U.N. peacekeepeer brushes away dirt from a mine during a mine clearance operation in the southern Lebanon (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Photo: Golden cupolas of St. Michael Cathedral are seen behind the monument to Bohdan Khmelnytskiy (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian woman gives alms to a beggar who holds a sick child in his arms in Lviv (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Photo: The Metropolitan Chambers will serve as Pope John Paul II's residence during his visit to Lviv scheduled June 26-27, 2001 (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Pope John Paul II will pray in Ukrainian at liturgies in Kyiv (AP/Kyiv Post) 06/21/2001
  • In Lviv, visit is a symbol of post-Soviet religious revival (Kyiv Post) 06/21/2001
  • Photo: Visitors visit the huge Ukrainian made Antonov 225 at the 44th Paris Air Show (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Photo: 1939 Photo of John Paul II in the Polish Army (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Photo: Ukraine's under-20 goalie Artem Kuslii catches the ball during training (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Photo: Ukraine's Andri Smalko, left, and Ruslan Valeev during Practice (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Ukrainian Orthodox priests, monks and parishioners carry religious gonfalons during a protest (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Ukrainian Orthodox faithful carry church icons during a protest against Pope John Paul II's upcoming visit to Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Photo: Orthodox nuns hold icons as they gather for a protest meeting at Kyiv-Pecherska Lavra Monastery (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Papal Visit to Ukraine Website () 06/21/2001
  • Ukrainian Orthodox Leader Offers Pope Olive Branch (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Religion Today (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Pope to Face Religious Cold War on Ukraine Trip (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Photo Shows Young Pope With Rifle (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Ukrainian Orthodox Leader Offers Pope Olive Branch (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Ukraine: Religion Today (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Pope to Face Religious Cold War on Ukraine Trip (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/21/2001
  • Veterinary service established control posts at meat-processing plants (AgriUkraine) 06/21/2001
  • 20 per cent of grain-2001 will be used for payment to agrarians (AgriUkraine) 06/21/2001

  • Dynamo Kiev clinch another title (This Is London) 06/20/2001
  • Legacy of Religious Struggle To Confront Pope in Ukraine (Wash Post) 06/20/2001
  • Legacy of Religious Struggle to confront Pope in Ukraine (Wash Post) 06/20/2001
  • Sea Launch and Boeing Delta Exhibit Together at CommunicAsia 2001 (BusinessWire/Excite) 06/20/2001
  • Corrected: Tyumen Oil Receives $25 Million in Additional Financing For Its Ukrainian Refinery (PRNewswire/Excite) 06/20/2001
  • Photo: Drohobych couple (AP/Excite) 06/20/2001
  • Photo: Bare bricks show the outline of Polish-Jewish writer and artists Bruno Schulz's murals in an apartment pantry (AP/Excite) 06/20/2001
  • Photo: Former Villa in Drohobych (AP/Excite) 06/20/2001
  • Photo: The photo taken in Drohobych, western Ukraine in early spring 2001 (AP/Excite) 06/20/2001
  • Artwork by Holocaust Victim Is Focus of Dispute (NY Times) 06/20/2001
  • News Analysis: Bush Finds Market Is Not Always Free (NY Times) 06/20/2001
  • Photo: Mariya Savruk touches the icon of the Holy Virgin of Zarvanytsa in St. Michael's church in Kyiv (AP/Yahoo) 06/20/2001
  • Photo: China's Lin Zhou (R) runs for the ball in front of Ukraine's Rusuian Valeev Geranimenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/20/2001
  • Photo: Futbol - China's Tao Yu (R) battles for the ball with Ukraine's Vitali Komarnitskyy (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/20/2001
  • Ukraine Bans Beef From Russian McDonald's Plant (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/20/2001
  • Israeli Memorial Smuggles Murals (AP/Yahoo) 06/20/2001
  • Tyumen Oil Receives $25 Million in Additional Financing For Its Ukrainian Refinery (PRNewswire) 06/20/2001
  • Church organizers of Pope visit call Ukrainian security measures excessive (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/20/2001
  • US-based Radio Liberty welcomes foreign minister Zlenko's explanations (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/20/2001
  • Ukrainian MP accuses two ex-premiers of corruption (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/20/2001
  • Ukraine: Crimean MPs vote to dismiss Crimean premier (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/20/2001
  • Ukraine: Crimean MPs demand government's dismissal (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/20/2001
  • Ukrainian president praises Sweden for support in EU (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/20/2001
  • Swedish premier urges Ukraine to continue reforms (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/20/2001
  • British troops training in western Ukraine 'without parliament's permission' - TV (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/20/2001
  • NATO exercise in Georgia enters final phase (BBC/FT-Tbilisi) 06/20/2001
  • Results (Guardian/FT) 06/20/2001
  • EIU's Russia Expert Sees Long Haul for Kiev (Moscow Times) 06/20/2001
  • Security for Pope's Ukraine visit 'too tight' (BBC) 06/20/2001
  • Dis-Astor Place? : Cooper Union Sets a Tall Order for Redevelopment (VVNY/Yahoo) 06/20/2001
  • Ukraine Security Tight for Pope (AP/Yahoo) 06/20/2001
  • Ukraine bans beef from Russian McDonald's plant (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/20/2001
  • Ukraine Catholics Kiss Visiting Icon (AP/Yahoo) 06/20/2001

  • Dynamo clinch ninth straight title (BBC Sport) 06/19/2001
  • US envoy Taylor speaks highly of Ukrainian president's economic programme (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/19/2001
  • Foreign Ministry denies banning Radio Liberty head Roman Kupchinsky from Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/19/2001
  • Ukrainian foreign minister Zlenko warns provocations possible during Pope's official visit (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/19/2001
  • Ukrainian president Kuchma comments on errors in privatization, new gas pipeline (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/19/2001
  • Ukrainian head urges Russian, European input in gas pipeline system (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/19/2001
  • Ukraine: President appoints first deputy chief of his administration (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/19/2001
  • Ukraine: Centrist party [Working Ukraine] leader Tyhypko interviewed on election bloc strategy (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/19/2001
  • Far away from the fallout [Chornobyl/Belarus] (Scotsman/FT) 06/19/2001
  • Ukrainian TV chief says new team has boosted ratings (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/19/2001
  • Ukrainian, EBRD presidents discuss efforts to attract investment (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/19/2001
  • Swedish premier arrives in Ukraine for EU, energy talks (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/19/2001
  • Holbrooke's new job: Urging business to fight AIDS (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/19/2001
  • 'Partnership' main aim as Russian defence minister visits Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/19/2001
  • Russian defence minister in Ukraine for talks on Black Sea Fleet (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/19/2001
  • Romanian premier orders probe into alleged Iraq arms sanctions busting (BBC/FT-Bucharest) 06/19/2001
  • Ukrainian verifiers fly over French military sites (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/19/2001
  • Polish, Ukrainian presidents discuss US president's visit on telephone (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 06/19/2001
  • Programme summary of Ukrainian UT1 'Panorama' news 1800 gmt 19 Jun 01 (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/19/2001
  • Tennis: Baltacha's recovery rallies home faithful (Independent/FT) 06/19/2001
  • Ukraine: Parliament not to vote on dismissal of speaker, his deputies (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/19/2001
  • Ukraine: MP joins Socialist Party faction in parliament (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/19/2001
  • Basketball: Bullets conjure dream tie (Independent/FT) 06/19/2001
  • Results (Guardian/FT) 06/19/2001
  • Chinese Ballet Dancer Wins Top Woman Award in Moscow (Peoples Daily) 06/19/2001
  • Ukrainian police criticised over Pope visit (BBC) 06/19/2001
  • Valuation of UMC (Kagan) 06/19/2001
  • Last-gasp Dynamo clinch ninth straight title (Soccernet) 06/19/2001
  • Solzhenitsyn Releases New Book, Denies Anti-Semitism (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/19/2001
  • Iraq Calls U.N. Reports Lies (AP/Yahoo) 06/19/2001
  • U.S. Under-20 Team Has Hard Road Ahead (NY Times) 06/19/2001
  • Cannelton Journal: Waiting for Extraterrestrials to Land in the Mines (NY Times) 06/19/2001
  • ILS poised to win Inmarsat launch contract (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/19/2001

  • Editor ordered to abstain from journalism in defamation case (CPJ) 06/18/2001
  • Ousted mayor of eastern Ukrainian city returns to his office (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/18/2001
  • Sport (Michael Walker On Monday): We need more shocks to the system (Irish Times/FT) 06/18/2001
  • Yabluko Party leader accuses former prime minister Yushchenko of corruption (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/18/2001
  • Ukrainian Orthodox churches to embark on unification (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/18/2001
  • Ukrainian premier, EBRD president discuss investments (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/18/2001
  • Ukrainian centre-right parties form electoral bloc (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/18/2001
  • Brazil, Argentina off to strong start (Hindustan Times/FT) 06/18/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian-built Antonov 225, prepares to land (AP/Yahoo) 06/18/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian super cargo Antonov 225 on a demonstration flight at Le Bourhet airshow, (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/18/2001
  • WASHINGTON WATCH -- Where Bush's Euro Trip Scored Points (Business Week/Yahoo) 06/18/2001
  • Macedonia Peace Talks Continue (AP/Yahoo) 06/18/2001
  • U.N. Team Seeks Action to Boost Kosovo Security (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/18/2001
  • Canada steelmakers expect victory in dumping cases (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/18/2001
  • Report: Iraq Bought Weapon Material (AP/Yahoo) 06/18/2001
  • CPJ Protests Prosecution of Ukrainian Journalist (CPJ) 06/18/2001
  • Superpower thaw: Nato policy in Kosovo attacked by Putin after summit Russia shows its confidence after an unexpectedly friendly meeting with President Bush quells fears of a new cold war (Independent/FT) 06/18/2001
  • Officials raise a stink over drug bust squid (Daily News) 06/18/2001
  • Iraq issues list of 'friends and enemies' - daily (BBC/FT-London) 06/18/2001
  • Swedish PM to visit Ukraine on 19 June (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/18/2001
  • Czech court sends drug traffickers to prison (BBC/FT-Prague) 06/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Registration of foreigners, locals with police to be abolished (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Parliament leftists want speaker and his deputies out (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/18/2001
  • Ukraine wants a role in US-Russian dialogue (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/18/2001
  • U.N. Sanctions Didn't Stop Iraq From Buying Weapons (NY Times) 06/18/2001
  • Tape scandal is turned page - Ukrainian president (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/18/2001
  • Ukrainian TV channel co-owner denies US paper's allegations (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/18/2001
  • Ukrainian president calls for moratorium on changes to constitution (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/18/2001
  • ILS wins launch contracts for new Atlas rocket (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/18/2001

  • Photo: Sukoi-26 with Antonov 225 at Paris Airshow (AP/Yahoo) 06/17/2001
  • Photo: Aerial view of Le Bourget airfield with the Antonov 225 cargo plane (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/17/2001
  • Photo: Antonov 225 at Paris airshow (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/17/2001
  • Liberals broke promise to atone for internments (Edmonton Journal) 06/17/2001
  • Special Report-Trainees line up to work in Appalachia coal mines (Reuters/Excite) 06/17/2001
  • UN police accused of involvement in prostitution in Bosnia (AP/Excite) 06/17/2001
  • Price of launching satellites on Ariane seen falling (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/17/2001
  • Photo: Ukraine players congratulte Olekci Byelik (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/17/2001
  • Photo: Golden cupolas of St. Michael Cathedral are seen behind the monument to Bohdan Khmelnytskiy (AP/Yahoo) 06/17/2001
  • Photo: Boxer Volodymyr Klitschko with Mika Hakkinen (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/17/2001
  • Photo: Chile and Ukraine in the first round FIFA World Youth Championships (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/17/2001
  • Shelton Canada Corp. Updates Exploration Activity and Announces Intent to Raise Funds (CCN/Yahoo) 06/17/2001
  • Ukrainian president noncommittal on alleged resignation of prosecutor-general (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/17/2001
  • Bush Calls on Ukraine to Join Europe (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/17/2001
  • Lamade Wins First WTA Title at Tashkent Open (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/17/2001
  • Ukraine thrashes Chile 4-2 in opening world youth cup match (Sporting News) 06/17/2001
  • LOOKING EAST: To Europe with Ukraine (Warsaw Voice) 06/17/2001

  • Excerpts from Bush's Warsaw speech (Daily Telegraph) 06/16/2001
  • President Urges Expansion of NATO to Russia's Border (NY Times) 06/16/2001
  • Payments Soon for Slave Labor Victims (AP/Yahoo) 06/16/2001
  • US to Play China in Youth World Cup (AP/Yahoo) 06/16/2001
  • U.S., Poland to Help Ukraine to Democracy, Market (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/16/2001
  • Top Ukrainian officials unaware of prosecutor's resignation (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/16/2001
  • EBRD president to visit Ukraine on 18-20 June (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/16/2001
  • Ukrainian president Kuchma says foundations of statehood set over last decade (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/16/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor-general Potebenko tenders resignation (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/16/2001
  • President Urges Expansion of NATO to Russia's Border (NY Times) 06/16/2001
  • Bush's Vision: `We Will Not Trade Away the Fate of Free European Peoples' (NY Times) 06/16/2001
  • Ukraine: State reserves chief complains of political pressure (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/16/2001
  • Bush backs expansion of Nato in eastern Europe (Financial Times) 06/16/2001
  • Poland: US president says expanded NATO no threat to Russia (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 06/16/2001
  • Who needs NATO?: Europe must take charge of its destiny (Guardian/FT) 06/16/2001

  • Mare Nostrum Monte Carlo - Day 2 (Swim News) 06/15/2001
  • Court rules search of Ukrainian judge Zamkovenko's premises illegal (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/15/2001
  • Bush unveils vision for Europe (CNN) 06/15/2001
  • Director of US-financed Radio Liberty's Ukrainian service, Roman Kupchinsky, says he is banned from entering Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/15/2001
  • Bush Presses to Expand NATO Eastward (NY Times) 06/15/2001
  • Baltic States See NATO as Shield From Russia (NY Times) 06/15/2001
  • Mother of murdered Ukrainian journalist Gongadze says corpse not her son (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/15/2001
  • Mother of missing journalist insists on further expert assessment before burial (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/15/2001
  • Typhoid cases registered in southern Ukrainian region (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/15/2001
  • Payments Soon for Slave Labor Victims (NY Times) 06/15/2001
  • Nazi slave labour compensation fund makes 1st payments (AFX/FT) 06/15/2001
  • Germany starts payments to Nazi-era slave labourers (BBC/FT-Cologne) 06/15/2001
  • Ukrainian cabinet creates a council for cooperation with parliament (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/15/2001
  • State facilities will not be used to cover gas debts to Russia - Ukrainian PM Kinakh (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/15/2001
  • Media watchdog slams court verdict against Ukrainian journalist Lyashko (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/15/2001
  • Ukrainian justice ministry registers new party Spirituality and Patriotism (update) (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/15/2001
  • Belarusian president appoints new ambassadors to Ukraine, EU (BBC/FT-Minsk) 06/15/2001
  • Russian MP says Armenia closer to joining Russia-Belarus Union than Ukraine (BBC/FT-Yerevan) 06/15/2001
  • Macedonia acquires helicopters, aircraft from Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/15/2001
  • Ukrainians deny fire at nuclear power station (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/15/2001
  • EU-US Summit statement voices concern over human rights in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/15/2001
  • Ukrainian premier outlines new government's economic policy (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/15/2001
  • Ukraine: New commercial bank to deal with debt, trade with Russia (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/15/2001
  • US and Polish presidents back NATO enlargement (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 06/15/2001
  • [Corrected] Ukraine: New prime ministerial press secretary appointed: Zarudna replaced by Nahoryanskyy (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/15/2001
  • Ukraine: New prime ministerial press secretary appointed (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/15/2001
  • Ukrainian special forces complete anti-saboteur exercise in Crimea (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/15/2001
  • Azeri president appoints new ambassador to Ukraine (BBC/FT-Baku) 06/15/2001
  • Czech Republic/Ukraine/USA: Nova TV head comments on US firm's activities (BBC/FT-Prague) 06/15/2001
  • U.S. Faces China in Youth Soccer (NY Times) 06/15/2001
  • Shakhtar keep title hopes alive (Soccernet) 06/15/2001
  • Cabinet of Ministers will prevent grain price fluctuations (AgriUkraine) 06/15/2001
  • World Bank to allot 100m USD for reform of Agrarian-Industrial Complex (AgriUkraine) 06/15/2001
  • U.S., Russia At Odds on Iranian Deal (Wash Post) 06/15/2001
  • Dealmaking Awaits at Paris Air Show (AP/Excite) 06/15/2001

  • Welcoming the Pope (Kyiv Post) 06/14/2001
  • Photo: Orthodox nun crosses herself during protest march against Pope in Kyiv (AP/Yahoo) 06/14/2001
  • Photo: Orthodox nun crosses herself during protest march against Pope in Kyiv (AP/Yahoo) 06/14/2001
  • Breweries cry foul on hop duties (Kyiv Post) 06/14/2001
  • Court slaps libel rap on editor (Kyiv Post) 06/14/2001
  • Opposition outlines plan for summer (Kyiv Post) 06/14/2001
  • Election-minded Rukh reconciles (Kyiv Post) 06/14/2001
  • CanArgo Announces Convertible Bond Issue (BusinessWire/Excite) 06/14/2001
  • In Ukraine, pope hopes gestures succeed where dialogue has not (from 6/8/01) (Catholic News Service) 06/14/2001
  • State Reserve plans to buy 400-600 thousand MT of grain (AgriUkraine) 06/14/2001
  • VPM L. Kozachenko: no more interference in grain market (AgriUkraine) 06/14/2001

  • Ukraine Assigned Rating (Fitch) 06/13/2001
  • Eastern Europe Hit Hard by AIDS (AP/Yahoo) 06/13/2001
  • Bush Runs Into Skepticism at NATO Over Missile Shield (NYT/Yahoo) 06/13/2001
  • Iran president seeks Airbus help to modernise fleet (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/13/2001
  • Protests Over Papal Visit Highlight Religious Divide (RFE/RL) 06/13/2001
  • Harvest-2001 has started in Ukraine (AgriUkraine) 06/13/2001
  • Agrarian faction will be created in Verkhovna Rada (AgriUkraine) 06/13/2001
  • Europe's East Sees AIDS on the March (NY Times) 06/13/2001

  • Mare Nostrum Monte Carlo - Day 1 (Swim News) 06/12/2001
  • Appalachia hopes to cash in on U.S. coal boom (Reuters/Excite) 06/12/2001
  • Harvest-2001: Low quality of grain is predicted, Ministry of AP (AgriUkraine) 06/12/2001
  • Cabinet of Ministers widened powers of Veterinary Medicine Department (AgriUkraine) 06/12/2001
  • Lauder Media Company Faces U.S. Inquiry: allegations of bribes to Ukrainian officials (NY Times) 06/12/2001

  • Living dangerously: Ukraine journalists risk their lives to tell the truth (SF Chronicle) 06/11/2001
  • Ukrainian president Kuchma, World Bank director Barbone discuss further cooperation (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/11/2001
  • Ukraine: Nuclear reactor stopped for urgent repair works (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/11/2001
  • Ukraine plane An-30B to fly over French military bases under OST (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/11/2001
  • Ukraine: First deputy premier to oversee energy, industry (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/11/2001
  • Training aircraft crashes in central Ukraine; pilot dead (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/11/2001
  • Charges against Ukrainian leader in USA unfounded - TV (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/11/2001
  • Russian patriarch critical of Pope's visit to Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/11/2001
  • Ukrainian paper Zerkalo Nedeli speculates on speaker Plyushch's plans to create bloc for former premier Yushchenko (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/11/2001
  • Ukraine: Electoral commission denies registration to impeachment organizers (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/11/2001
  • Verkhovna Rada cancelled preferential duties for import of diesel fuel for countryside (AgriUkraine) 06/11/2001
  • After 80 years, Bishop Budka earns respect (Globe and Mail) 06/11/2001
  • Van Cliburn International Piano Competition winners announced (AP/Reporter-News) 06/11/2001
  • Boxing: Gold medal earns redemption for Chagaev (Independent/FT) 06/11/2001
  • Ukraine's National Bank cuts key interest rate (AP/Kyiv Post) 06/11/2001
  • Compensation to 150,000 former slave laborers ready for payment (AP/Kyiv Post) 06/11/2001
  • Ukrainian agents make largest mercury smuggling bust (AP/Kyiv Post) 06/11/2001
  • Ukraine and the Arms Embargo (Wash Post) 06/11/2001

  • Expert (Ivasyuk) seeking UK asylum to return to Ukraine to shed light on journalist (Gongadze) murder (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/10/2001
  • Tatar, Bashkir leaders criticize Moscow's nationalities ministry (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/10/2001
  • Off the Shelf: Tales of Greed in Post-Soviet Russia (NY Times) 06/10/2001
  • Daring New Plays Find an Eager Russian Audience (NY Times) 06/10/2001
  • Photo: Finalists in the 11th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition (AP/Yahoo) 06/10/2001
  • Kern, Ioudenitch Win at Van Cliburn (AP/Yahoo) 06/10/2001
  • Ukrainian defence delegation attends meetings in Belgium, Greece (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/10/2001
  • Ukraine: Parents kept mentally impaired daughter in cage for 36 years (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/10/2001
  • Ukrainian opposition politician Tymoshenko lends credence to allegations against President Kuchma (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/10/2001
  • Ukrainian president urges patience on creation of regional trade zone (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/10/2001
  • Ukraine: Opposition paper editor Lyashko gets suspended sentence for libel (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/10/2001
  • Ukrainian opposition leader Tymoshenko speaks on her plans, ambitions (BBC/FT-Lviv) 06/10/2001

  • Український суд заборонив журналісту писати - Надсилайте свої запитання Олегу Ляшку (Ukrop) 06/09/2001
  • Photo: Michele Crider as the enslaved Ethiopian princess and Stephan Pyatnychko as her father, Amonasro (SF Chronicle) 06/09/2001
  • Egyptian splendor (SF Chronicle) 06/09/2001
  • Venus de Milla (Jovovich) (Scotsman/FT) 06/09/2001
  • Two Ukrainian nationalist parties join after years of split (AP/Kyiv Post) 06/09/2001
  • Ukrainian leader unhappy about result of Irish EU enlargement referendum (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/09/2001
  • Families gather to give, receive support on international adoptions (Kansas) (The Star) 06/09/2001
  • Ukraine concerned at threat to disrupt pope's visit (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/09/2001
  • Ukraine: President not to sign proportional election law (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/09/2001
  • New appointments in Ukrainian government (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/09/2001
  • German president assures Slovak counterpart of support for EU, NATO entry bid (BBC/FT-Bratislava) 06/09/2001
  • Aid to Ukraine keeps on growing - Florida makes an impression in Crimea (Tallahassee Democrat) 06/09/2001
  • Ukraine: Wings of former Rukh (People's Movement) party agree to form election bloc for 2002 polls (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/09/2001
  • Ukraine: Former premier Yushchenko's popularity increases; Tymoshenko and Moroz up in polls (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/09/2001
  • Ukrainian central bank lowers discount rate to 19 per cent (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/09/2001
  • Mine job recruitment concerns regulators - experienced Ukrainian miners to work in Kentucky (Daily Independent) 06/09/2001
  • South-Ukrainian Reactor stopped for lengthy repairs and fuel reload (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/09/2001

  • Poles protest losing Schulz murals (Ha'aretz) 06/08/2001
  • Senior projects require students to strut their stuff before graduating (Seattle Times) 06/08/2001
  • 'The Last Letter': A Mother Says Goodbye From Both Sides of Death (NY Times) 06/08/2001
  • Russia's New Reach: Gas Pipeline to Turkey (NY Times) 06/08/2001
  • Ukraine: President Kuchma asks MP's to pass laws requested by Council of Europe (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/08/2001
  • Ukrainian leader wants Europe to understand specificity of post-Soviet states (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/08/2001
  • Lithuanian border services catch illegal immigrants from Afghanistan and India (BBC/FT-Tallinn) 06/08/2001
  • Ukrainian plant starts bench tests of new aircraft engine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/08/2001
  • Ukrainian centrist parliamentary faction changes name (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/08/2001
  • Epic tests well in Ukraine (Oil Online) 06/08/2001
  • Ukraine: Special task force holds anti-hijack training in Kharkiv airport (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/08/2001
  • Newspaper [Den] cautiously optimistic on Ukraine's foreign policy prospects (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/08/2001
  • Russian Orthodox Church vents its fury at John Paul's visit to western Ukraine; not much Moscow can do about it (Independent) 06/08/2001
  • Ukraine: National TV company chief responds to criticism (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/08/2001
  • Ukraine: Parliament criticizes unfree media, harassment of journalists - adopts resolution (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/08/2001
  • Verkhovna Rada (Parliament) cancelled preferential duties for import of diesel fuel for countryside (AgriUkraine) 06/08/2001
  • Sister Cities group to sponsor 4 students in World-Scholar Athlete Game (The Mercury) 06/08/2001
  • Farmers demand adoption of the Land Code by Vekhovna Rada (AgriUkraine) 06/08/2001
  • Global slave trade prospers (from 5/25/01) (National Catholic Reporter) 06/08/2001
  • Ukraine: Welsh stole our footballs (Soccernet) 06/08/2001
  • Ukrainian newpaper [Den] outlines president's budget address to parliament (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/08/2001
  • Ukrainian opposion leader Tymoshenko urges change of 'evil' power (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/08/2001
  • Ukraine: Changes in parliament factions announced (update) (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/08/2001
  • Ukraine: Legislators approve foreign troops' presence for exercises (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/08/2001
  • Brazil wants to join GUUAM, Azeri president says (BBC/FT-Baku) 06/08/2001
  • Ukraine/UK: Arbitration court rules against BBC rebroadcaster's licence revocation (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/08/2001
  • Ukrainian newspaper [Den] interviews Polish president (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/08/2001
  • INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL MARKETS: Moody's will drop caps for corporates (Financial Times) 06/08/2001
  • Bush seeks steel sector friends: The president is hoping to persuade countries to accept new agreements (Financial Times) 06/08/2001
  • Boxing: Somluck fails to progress (Bangkok Post/FT) 06/08/2001
  • Swimming (China Daily/FT) 06/08/2001
  • Filipino workers feted for heroism abroad for rescuing 12 Ukrainian seamen (Inquirer) 06/08/2001
  • Irish five are freed after night in cells (Guardian) 06/08/2001

  • Ukraine pain as Giggs miss costs Wales dear (The Scotsman) 06/07/2001
  • Mare Nostrum: B.C.'s Johns Highlights Triple Medal Canadian Performance (Swim News) 06/07/2001
  • Mare Nostrum: Ian Thorpe Narrowly Misses World Record (Swim News) 06/07/2001
  • Kyivstar GSM Says It Has More than 500,000 Subscribers (Stock Access) 06/07/2001
  • Photo: John Demjanjuk Jr. (L) and Ed Nishnic (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2001
  • Photo: Ed Nishnic, son-in-law of John Demjanjuk (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2001
  • On The Move: Coca-Cola (Budapest Sun) 06/07/2001
  • Russia: Gazprom Claims Ukraine Is Diverting Gas (RFE/RL) 06/07/2001
  • Conference Connects US Companies with Eurasia (EarthVision) 06/07/2001
  • Ukrainian Justice Ministry responds to prosecutor's sharges with legal suit (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/07/2001
  • Ukrainian premier Kinakh vows to implement European integration course (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/07/2001
  • Ukraine: Deputy prosecutor-general denies inaction in journalist [Gongadze] case (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/07/2001
  • Ukraine: Constitutional Court head denies pressure over decree on secretaries (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/07/2001
  • GUUAM not meant as military structure - Ukrainian president (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/07/2001
  • Ukrainian parliament wants president to sack national TV chief (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/07/2001
  • Czech Republic: Sharp increase in number of asylum seekers (BBC/FT-Prague) 06/07/2001
  • Ukrainian president Kuchma hails GUUAM summit as ground-breaking event (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/07/2001
  • Spokane firefighters build a Habitat for Humanity house for family from Ukraine (Spokesman Review) 06/07/2001
  • EBRD procurement opp: Legal Consultancy Services Ukraine (EBRD) 06/07/2001
  • EBRD procurement opp: Shelter Implementation Plan Ukraine (EBRD) 06/07/2001
  • EBRD considers financing programme of investments in OOT Gostomel Glass Factory Ukraine (EBRD) 06/07/2001
  • Photo: Demjanjuk's attorney Michael E. Tigar (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2001
  • Trial of Accused Nazi Camp Guard Ends in Ohio (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2001
  • GUUAM: Post-Soviet Alliance Sign Charter (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2001
  • Ukraine may suffer harvest losses due to cyclone (AgriUkraine) 06/07/2001
  • Rйunion de la commission OTAN-Ukraine au niveau des Ministres de la dйfense tenue au siиge de l'OTAN (NATO) 06/07/2001
  • Meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission at the level of Defence Ministers held at NATO Headquarters (NATO) 06/07/2001
  • Photos: NATO Defence Ministers' Meetings (NATO) 06/07/2001
  • Macedonia Threatens to Declare State of War Against Rebels (NY Times) 06/07/2001
  • Photo: Leaders of the Guuam Alliance Country Members Confer (AP/Excite) 06/07/2001
  • Photo: In Kyiv orthodox nuns sing songs protesting papal visit (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2001
  • Photo: Nuns protes upcoming papal visit in Kyiv (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2001
  • Post-Soviet Alliance Sign Charter (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2001
  • Ukraine: GUUAM 'to be transformed into full-fledged international organization' (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/07/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian Orthodox nun holds an icon in protest against Pope (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian Orthodox nuns protest against Pope (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2001
  • Ukraine: GUAAM members sign charter (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/07/2001
  • Ukrainian president says GUUAM needs common transport corridors (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/07/2001
  • Ukraine: Ukrainian president Kuchma opens GUAAM summit (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/07/2001
  • Russia may impose import duty on Ukrainian starch (AgriUkraine) 06/07/2001
  • Never mind Bush, buy Canadian steel stocks: UBS Warburg's Graham: Local producers stand to benefit from U.S. sanctions (Financial Post/FT) 06/07/2001
  • Football: Earnshaw begins to find quality for senior Welsh claim (Independent/FT) 06/07/2001
  • Football results (Guardian) 06/07/2001
  • Ukraine plays 1-1 draw against Wales in World Cup qualifying match (Sporting News) 06/07/2001
  • Ukraine 1 - 1 Wales (Guardian) 06/07/2001

  • Garb-Oil Signs Marketing Agreements (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 06/06/2001
  • Rivne Nuclear Power Plant in the Ukraine Commissions GSE Full Scope Simulator (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 06/06/2001
  • Group Five: Davies to earn spurs for Wales (Daily Telegraph) 06/06/2001
  • Smugglers Outsmart Poland Ahead of EU Entry (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor protests against selling companies to pay debts (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/06/2001
  • Ukrainian premier Kinakh sets priorities at the first government sitting (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/06/2001
  • Ukraine: GUUAM presidents arrive for summit (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/06/2001
  • Ukraine held 1-1 by Wales after late goal (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2001
  • Sport: World Cup Qualifiers: Previews (Irish Times/FT) 06/06/2001
  • Pembridge earns point in Ukraine (Soccernet) 06/06/2001
  • Stats: Ukraine - Wales (Soccernet) 06/06/2001
  • Polish criminal detained in Ukraine, extradited to Poland (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/06/2001
  • World Cup Group 5 (Soccernet) 06/06/2001
  • Isaac Stern Teaches Tricks of Trade (AP/Yahoo) 06/06/2001
  • Half-time: Ukraine 1 - 0 Wales (Soccernet) 06/06/2001
  • Photo: Cross-border traders return to the Ukraine from Poland (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2001
  • Storms Cut Off Power in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 06/06/2001
  • Ukraine: Security Service urges president to ban property sales for debts (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/06/2001
  • Russia Votes to Accept Spent Foreign Nuclear Fuel (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2001
  • Storms Cut Off Power in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 06/06/2001
  • Smugglers Outsmart Poland Ahead of EU Entry (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2001
  • Spatial Announces Success of New Worldwide University Partner Program (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 06/06/2001
  • Ukraine: World Bank to pay for upgrading water supply in Lviv (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/06/2001
  • Ukraine: Former adviser to premier appointed adviser to chief banker (update) (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/06/2001
  • New Ukrainian premier Kinakh says fight against corruption a priority (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/06/2001
  • Obit: Sachko felt deep loyalty to U.S., Ukraine (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review) 06/06/2001
  • Ukraine attends southeastern Europe defence ministers' meeting (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/06/2001
  • Polish foreign minister's policy statement (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 06/06/2001
  • Russia Votes to Accept Spent Foreign Nuclear Fuel (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2001
  • Ukraine assures Rumsfeld over reforms (Financial Times) 06/06/2001
  • World Cup qualifier: Ukraine v Wales (Guardian) 06/06/2001
  • Football: The Daily results service (Times) 06/06/2001
  • Melville hope to handle Shevchenko (Soccernet) 06/06/2001
  • Welsh youngsters edged out by - Ukraine (Guardian) 06/06/2001
  • Trees vs. Produce: Clashing Greens in Union Square (NY Times) 06/06/2001
  • Bush Moves Against Steel Imports; Trade Tensions Are Likely to Rise (NY Times) 06/06/2001
  • Another Broker Hits Financial Trouble (Prague BJ) 06/06/2001
  • Russian oil company seeking credits for pipeline projects (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/06/2001
  • Ukrainian energy sector privatization to continue (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/06/2001
  • Minister of Agrarian Policy Kyrilenko sees threat to reforms if Land Code is not adopted (AgriUkraine) 06/06/2001
  • Harvesters stock in Ukraine decreased more than half (AgriUkraine) 06/06/2001
  • EUROTECH Remarks On 'Nuclear Summer' Time Magazine Article (BusinessWire/Excite) 06/06/2001
  • New Program at Columbia Will Train Foreign Community Organizers (NY Times) 06/06/2001
  • Bush Moves Against Steel Imports; Trade Tensions Are Likely to Rise (NY Times) 06/06/2001

  • Wales feel secure in Hughes' hands (Daily Telegraph) 06/05/2001
  • The Forgotten Jews of Karabakh (IWPR) 06/05/2001
  • Ukraine: TV company's support for ousted mayor gets it closed down (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/05/2001
  • Witness at alleged Nazi accomplice (Demjanjuk) trial says wartime records sloppy (AP/WKYC) 06/05/2001
  • Russian-Ukrainian An-70 aircraft flies again (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/05/2001
  • Ukrainian premier says privatization in energy sector to continue (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/05/2001
  • Quotas set for foreign participation in Ukraine's military exercises (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/05/2001
  • Ukraine extradites former Kazakh military official accused of embezzlement (BBC/FT-Almaty) 06/05/2001
  • American ambassador Carlos Pascual comments on US Defence Secretary's visit to Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/05/2001
  • Macedonia to receive arms from Russia, USA and Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/05/2001
  • Ukraine: Crimea Communists make waves to restore Stalin statue in Sevastopol (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/05/2001
  • US defence secretary, Ukrainian president, discuss missing journalist (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/05/2001
  • Ukraine's industrial policy committee upgraded to ministry (update) (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/05/2001
  • Ukrainians warned of dangers of visiting Israel (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/05/2001
  • Ukraine has right to take part in ABM negotiations - defence minister (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/05/2001
  • IMF mission due to visit Ukraine on 12 June (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/05/2001
  • Ukrainian president leaves for Yalta to attend GUUAM summit (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/05/2001
  • Ukraine: Communists, socialists against new state secretary posts (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/05/2001
  • Ukraine, USA to hold consultations on NMD programme (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/05/2001
  • US defence secretary upbeat on progress of reforms in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/05/2001
  • USA, Ukraine sign military cooperation accord (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/05/2001
  • Ukraine: Rivne Nuclear reactor restarted after halt caused by human error (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/05/2001
  • Kuchma calls for radical tax reform, sets ambitious 2002 goals (Kyiv Post) 06/05/2001
  • Photo: Defense Minister Kuzmuk and Donald Rumsfeld review troops (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/05/2001
  • Photo: Defense Minister Kuzmuk and Donald Rumsfeld sign agreement (AP/Yahoo) 06/05/2001
  • Photo: Defense Minister Kuzmuk with Donald Rumsfeld (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/05/2001
  • Results: Football World Cup (Guardian/FT) 06/05/2001
  • Ukraine: Two deputies leave right-wing factions in parliament (update) (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/05/2001
  • US secretary of defence arrives in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/05/2001
  • Sibur Seeks China, Ukraine Tire, Chemicals Projects, Paper Says (Bloomberg) 06/05/2001
  • Boxing: Win takes Foster into the sights of old foe Kooner; Ukraine's Vladimir Sydorenko (Independent/FT) 06/05/2001
  • The French Open (Globe and Mail) 06/05/2001
  • Slain journalist's mother insists on new analysis of his body (AP/Kyiv Post) 06/05/2001
  • Russian parliament speaker: Merger of Russia, Belarus faces resistance (AP/Kyiv Post) 06/05/2001
  • Polish president: No final decision on pipeline bypassing Ukraine (AP/Kyiv Post) 06/05/2001
  • GlobalNet Expanding Network to New High-Growth Markets in Eastern Europe (PRNewswire/Excite) 06/05/2001
  • Memoir of an Offbeat Clan Strikes a Chord (NY Times) 06/05/2001
  • Photo: Donald Rumsfeld and Leonid Kuchma meet (AP/Yahoo) 06/05/2001
  • Photo: Donald H. Rumsfeld walks by a Ukrainian guard of honor (AP/Yahoo) 06/05/2001
  • Kuchma Assures Rumsfeld on Democracy (AP/Yahoo) 06/05/2001
  • Ex-Soviet Republic Urged Democracy (AP/Yahoo) 06/05/2001

  • Immigrants undeterred by bomb (Ha'aretz) 06/04/2001
  • Ukraine: Prime Minister or Puppet? (Transitions Online) 06/04/2001
  • Rape case student sues university (The Scotsman) 06/04/2001
  • Ukrainian president welcomes rapprochement with EU (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/04/2001
  • Ukrainian-Polish television centre opens in east Ukraine (Dnipropetrovsk) (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/04/2001
  • Polish leader noncommittal on gas pipe bypassing Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/04/2001
  • No final decision on pipeline bypassing Ukraine - Polish president (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 06/04/2001
  • Ukrainian leader complains of low Polish, Lithuanian investment (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/04/2001
  • Ukraine is factor of stability in Europe - Polish leader (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/04/2001
  • Georgian president hopeful about prospects for relations with Russia - GUUAM (BBC/FT-Tbilisi) 06/04/2001
  • Ukrainian-Polish economic summit ends (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 06/04/2001
  • Russian speaker says Ukraine has 'had enough of independence' (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/04/2001
  • Belarusian-Russian-Ukrainian group gets observer status at union parliament (BBC/FT-Minsk) 06/04/2001
  • Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian MPs set up new pro-union association (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/04/2001
  • Pope's visit to contribute to Ukrainian stability - Ukrainian president (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/04/2001
  • Russian patriarch believes papal visit to Ukraine will widen differences (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/04/2001
  • Ukraine: Aide to people's deputy murdered in southern city (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/04/2001
  • Photo: A Ukrainian Smuggler Caught Red Handed in Poland (Reuters/Excite) 06/04/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainians Walk Alongside a Train (Reuters/Excite) 06/04/2001
  • Photo: Cross Border Traders Return to Ukraine from Poland (Reuters/Excite) 06/04/2001
  • Ukraine Officials Spy on Each Other (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/04/2001
  • Recipe for havoc (Financial Times) 06/04/2001
  • Ukraine: President denies journalists under pressure (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/04/2001
  • Ukrainian, Polish presidents to discuss bilateral economic issues (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 06/04/2001
  • Europe's World Cup qualifying group results, tables and fixtures (Guardian/FT) 06/04/2001
  • Canada: Action committee condemns cuts at RCI (BBC/FT-Canada) 06/04/2001
  • Hughes to call on young Dragons (Guardian) 06/04/2001
  • Immigrants Bury Their Friends, but the Hopes Live On (NY Times) 06/04/2001

  • Ukrainian hotshots find goals hard to come by (Times) 06/03/2001
  • Ukrainian paper Zerkalo Nedeli analyses new cabinet, questions president's personnel moves (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/03/2001
  • Slovak police apprehend Slovak national smuggling cigarettes from Ukraine (BBC/FT-Prague) 06/03/2001
  • Ukrainian and Polish presidents meet at economic forum (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/03/2001
  • Rebuilt Ukrainian transporter An-70 passes ground tests (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/03/2001
  • Ukraine calls for peace in Middle East; Ukrainians injured in Tel Aviv (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/03/2001
  • First non-state-run Hungarian college authorized in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Budapest) 06/03/2001
  • Reparation Plan Revives Old Ghosts (AP/NY Times) 06/03/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma welcomes his Polish counterpart Aleksander Kwasniewski at Dnipropetrovsk airport (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/03/2001
  • World Cup Roundup (AP/Yahoo) 06/03/2001
  • Obit: John Slusarchuk, proud of his roots (Seattle Times) 06/03/2001
  • Married: Alexandra Yurchyshyn and Rajesh Anantharaman (NY Times) 06/03/2001

  • Mare Nostrum: Stars shine in Barcelona (Swim News) 06/02/2001
  • Reporters organization appeals to Ukrainian president about journalist's body (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/02/2001
  • Former Ukrainian premier Yushchenko to run for parliament in single-seat constituency (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/02/2001
  • Israelis Wary of Arafat Ceasefire Vow After Bomb (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/02/2001
  • Immigration puts strain on small school (Detroit News) 06/02/2001
  • Ukrainian president says Ukraine has made its European choice (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/02/2001
  • Today In History: Ten years ago, 10,000 Ukrainians crossed into Poland to see Pope John Paul II (AP/Yahoo) 06/02/2001
  • Ukraine: Former president Leonid Kravchuk heads new body Mission 'Famous Ukraine' to improve country's image (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/02/2001
  • Hank Ketcham, Father of Dennis the Menace, Dies at 81 (NY Times) 06/02/2001
  • Ukrainian president appoints Hennadiy Moskal new head of Transcarpathian Region (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/02/2001
  • Caspian arms race aimed at establishing control over oil deposits - Azeri TV (BBC/FT-Baku) 06/02/2001
  • Five former Soviet states to create GUUAM free trade zone (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/02/2001
  • HOCKEY: Cannock earn draw after poor start (Independent/FT) 06/02/2001
  • FOOTBALL: Hartson free to strike as passport saga is resolved (Independent/FT) 06/02/2001
  • Results: Football EUROPEAN U-21 C'SHIP QUALIFYING (Guardian/FT) 06/02/2001
  • Europe's World Cup qualifying groups and fixtures (Guardian/FT) 06/02/2001

  • Halting a Ukrainian-style takeover (II Magazine) 06/01/2001
  • Ukraine welcomes closer ties with Russia: Moves to support the reintegration of the two economies are growing, write Robert Cottrell and Charles Clover: (Financial Times) 06/01/2001
  • Branches of Ukrainian Orthodoxy hold unification talks in Kiev (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/01/2001
  • Original idea of state secretaries warped in Ukraine - British expert (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/01/2001
  • Ukrainian premier Kinakh, presidential chief of staff Lytvyn explain administrative reform (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/01/2001
  • Euro-Caspian energy and the political crisis in Ukraine (News and Trends) 06/01/2001
  • Protest camp set up in west Ukrainian city Ternopil (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/01/2001
  • Ukraine not to join Slavic union - president (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/01/2001
  • No progress over CIS free trade zone - Ukrainian foreign minister Zlenko (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/01/2001
  • CIS industrial output up 7 per cent in four months (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/01/2001
  • Ukrainian president surprised by Russia's imposition of VAT on imports (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/01/2001
  • Ukraine: Premier Kinakh cautious about selling gas transport network to Russia (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 06/01/2001
  • Ukraine: Governor Viktor Baloha of Trancarpathian Region resigns (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/01/2001
  • Ukraine posts 0.5 per cent inflation in May (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/01/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecutor-general Potebenko defends subordinates' actions against rebel judge Zamkovenko (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/01/2001
  • Welsh resolve visa dispute with Ukraine (AP/Sporting News) 06/01/2001
  • Moldova: OSCE envoy discusses Dnestr issue with local leader (BBC/FT-Chisinau) 06/01/2001
  • Ukrainian, Russian premiers hold talks in Minsk (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 06/01/2001
  • CIS posts inflation statistics (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/01/2001
  • Russian PM on pipeline construction, relations with Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/01/2001
  • Slav peoples congress aims at 'broad unification' says Russian MP Seleznev (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/01/2001
  • Ukrainian-US naval manoeuvres to be held in July (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/01/2001
  • Poland: Campaign for better public radio VHF coverage continuing (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/01/2001
  • Russian president meets Ukrainian counterpart in Belarus capital (BBC/FT-Moscow) 06/01/2001
  • Results (Guardian/FT) 06/01/2001
  • A new chip off Hungary's old bloc: Western standards are bringing success to a Ukrainian factory (Financial Times) 06/01/2001
  • Sporting digest: Hockey (Independent/FT) 06/01/2001
  • Ukraine electricity sector privatisation suspended (AFX/FT) 06/01/2001
  • Lutheran Pastor Leaves Utah for New Adventure in Ukraine (NY Times) 06/01/2001
  • Business Wrap (Kyiv Post) 06/01/2001
  • Ukraine's government to sell its UMC share package (AP/Kyiv Post) 06/01/2001
  • Kuchma suspends energy privatization in Ukraine (AP/Kyiv Post) 06/01/2001
  • Historian: papers show death camp career of man named Demjanjuk (AP/Kyiv Post) 06/01/2001
  • Chernomyrdin arrives in Kyiv as Russia's new ambassador (AP/Kyiv Post) 06/01/2001
  • Kuchma makes Ukraine's new government a copy of previous one (AP/Kyiv Post) 06/01/2001
  • EU film week showcases independent works (Kyiv Post) 06/01/2001
  • President's people, not ministers, to run ministries (Kyiv Post) 06/01/2001
  • Government preparing for shortfall (Kyiv Post) 06/01/2001
  • Mandatory insurance cancelled (Kyiv Post) 06/01/2001
  • Police storm Pechersk court (Kyiv Post) 06/01/2001
  • As Chelsea Gallery District Expands, a Host of Visions Rush In (NY Times) 06/01/2001
  • Photo: Sting and Ludmilla Kuchma at Orphanage opening (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/01/2001
  • Photo: Musician Sting performs during a concert in Kyiv (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/01/2001
  • Ukraine suspends energy company sell-offs (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/01/2001
  • U.S. Defense Chief to Visit 7 European Countries (AP/Yahoo) 06/01/2001
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    Звернення Президента України Петра Порошенка
    14 червня 2014

    Address by Petro Poroshenko, President of Ukraine: Today the Ukrainian army made its first offensive move against the terrorists

    WATCH LIVE: Hromadske TV at Russian Embassy
    June 14, 2014

    Inauguration of Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko, June 7, 2014

    Timothy Snyder: Ukrainian History, European Future. Timothy D. Snyder is a well-known historian and professor of history at Yale University. Speaking at the National University 'Kyiv-Mohyla Academy' on May 15, 2014 on deep connection and strong bonds between Ukrainian and European history.

    Prof. Paul Robert Magocsi 'Little Russia or Ukraine: The Eurasian East versus the European West', University of Toronto, 7 April 2014

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     ·  03/29/2014 thru 10/26/2014 Exhibition — In Shevchenko's Land [NY-NJ-Metro]
     ·  03/30/2014 thru 10/05/2014 Exhibition — No Other Home: The Crimean Tatar Repatriates [NY-NJ-Metro]
     ·  05/11/2014 thru 11/09/2014 Exhibition — Life in Wood [NY-NJ-Metro]
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     ·  06/27/2014 thru 08/25/2014 “Ukraine through the eyes of the National Geographic Society” [Chicago-Midwest]
     ·  06/29/2014 thru 11/30/2014 Exhibition — Taras Shevchenko: Poet, Artist, Icon (1814–1861) [NY-NJ-Metro]
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