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  • Photo: WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko works out (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/31/2001
  • Hippo Mauls Swimmer at Zoo (Reuters) 07/31/2001
  • Russian, Armenian presidents to meet at Sochi CIS summit - official (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/31/2001
  • Over 70 illegal immigrants said detained on Russian-Ukrainian border (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/31/2001
  • False start for new athletics rules (Guardian/FT) 07/31/2001
  • Ukrainian president meets EU envoy Solana (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/31/2001
  • Ukrainian right-wing party, Crimean Tatar council form electoral bloc (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/31/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] vetoes law on wholesale electricity market (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/31/2001
  • Former chief of Ukrainian fuel company [Didenko] denies wrongdoing after arrest in Germany (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/31/2001
  • Anthrax outbreak in Ukraine, five people in hospital (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/31/2001
  • Ukraine's grain harvest reaches last year's total (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/31/2001
  • Russia reports 5.9-per-cent industrial growth in five months (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/31/2001
  • Flood-hit Russian region gets 3.5m dollars in foreign aid (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/31/2001
  • 'Polyvectorial' character of Ukrainian agrarian policy (AgriUkraine) 07/31/2001
  • Armenian and Azeri leaders to meet at CIS summit in Sochi - Armenian agency (BBC/FT-Yerevan) 07/31/2001
  • Russia: Satellite in orbitv (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/31/2001
  • Macedonian, Ukrainian leaders discuss Macedonian settlement by phone (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/31/2001
  • Russia: Tsyklon-3 rocket (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/31/2001
  • Ukraine restarts two nuclear reactors at power plants (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/31/2001
  • Ukraine restarts two nuclear reactors at power plants (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/31/2001
  • Hungarian report views future Hungarian border guard, Schengen system (BBC/FT-Budapest) 07/31/2001
  • Ukraine wants Russia to explain Moscow mayor's remarks on Crimea (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/31/2001
  • Ukrainian leader [Kuchma], EU top official [Solana] discuss cooperation (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/31/2001

  • Rebel Arrest Call Overshadows Macedonia (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/30/2001
  • Aussies Are World's Top Swimmers (AP/Yahoo) 07/30/2001
  • False start for new athletic rules (Guardian/FT) 07/30/2001
  • Williams aims high: The heavyweight now has his eyes on two world-title fights (Guardian/FT) 07/30/2001
  • Ukraine: Premier [Kinakh] briefs new head [Hermanchuk] of auditing directorate on work tasks (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/30/2001
  • Georgian chief of staff [Pirtskhalaishvili] off to Ukraine to discuss cooperation (BBC/FT-Tbilisi) 07/30/2001
  • Ukraine: Russian Ambassador [Chernomyrdin] backs bridge from Crimea to Russia (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/30/2001
  • Russian SS-18 missiles converted for civilian use, service life prolonged (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/30/2001
  • Russian ambassador [Chernomyrdin] to Ukraine says NATO same as during Cold War (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/30/2001
  • Ukrainian premier [Kinakh] meets visiting EU official, notes mutual trust (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/30/2001
  • Ukraine considering suspension of weapon supplies to Macedonia (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/30/2001
  • Ukrainian premier [Kinakh] says halts in arm sales to Macedonia possible (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/30/2001
  • West said anxious over Ukraine's shift towards Moscow as EU chief woos Kiev (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/30/2001
  • EU official [Solana] urges transparency in Ukraine's parliamentary election (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/30/2001
  • Ukraine: Four people in hospital with anthrax symptoms - TV (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/30/2001
  • Ukraine's role in European defence still undecided - EU official (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/30/2001
  • Ukrainian Foreign Ministry [Serheyev] dismisses Moscow mayor [Luzhkov]'s statement on Crimea (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/30/2001
  • Ukraine-Russia border to be delimited by year end - Ukrainian diplomat (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/30/2001
  • Four Indians for World athletics (Hindustan Times/FT) 07/30/2001
  • Ukraine keeper hit by injury blow (Soccernet) 07/30/2001
  • Unique bread recipe helps Ukrainians find home in UK (China Daily) 07/30/2001
  • Через жарку погоду врожай соняшника може скоротитися (AgriUkraine) 07/30/2001
  • Agrarians have harvested 21 million tons of grain (AgriUkraine) 07/30/2001
  • Volume of grain sold through exchanges has grown 14 times (AgriUkraine) 07/30/2001
  • 20 million tons of grain-2001 have been harvested already (AgriUkraine) 07/30/2001
  • Georgian chief of staff off to Ukraine to discuss cooperation (BBC/FT-Tbilisi) 07/30/2001
  • Ukraine: Premier briefs new head of auditing directorate on work tasks (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/30/2001
  • Ukrainian leader to attend CIS summit in Russia on 1 August (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/30/2001
  • Williams aims high: The heavyweight now has his eyes on two world-title fights, reports John Rawling (Guardian/FT) 07/30/2001
  • 'Blue House' paints vivid portrait of 20th-century lives (Yomiuri Shimbun/FT) 07/30/2001
  • Network: Websites: Bus-stop Shelters in Ukraine (Independent/FT) 07/30/2001
  • Ukraine: Nuclear reactor stopped at power plant; cause to be found (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/30/2001
  • Ukraine: 44 injured in two bus accidents in eastern Region (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/30/2001

  • Swimming: Hackett shatters world record (BBC Sport) 07/29/2001
  • Photo: 50m breaststoke gold medallist Ukrainian Oleg Lisogor shakes the hand of bronze winner Domenico Fioravanti (BBC Sport) 07/29/2001
  • Russian, Ukrainian navies stage joint fleet review in Sevastopol (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/29/2001
  • Ukraine: Moscow mayor in Crimea, reiterates view it should belong to Russia (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/29/2001
  • Ukrainian, Russian presidents stage demonstrative political parade on Navy Day (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/29/2001
  • Ukrainian opposition leader optimistic about forthcoming election results (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/29/2001
  • Ukrainian television accuses West of nearsighted policy in Balkans (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/29/2001
  • Escape: NEWS AND TIPS: Letter of the week (Observer/FT) 07/29/2001
  • British firm accused in UN 'sex scandal': International police in Bosnia face prostitution claims (Observer/FT) 07/29/2001
  • Photo: Vladimir Putin and Leonid Kuchma on board the Moskva of the Russian Black Sea Fleet (AP/Yahoo) 07/29/2001
  • Photo: Putin receives a sailor's cap from an unidentified sailor (AP/Yahoo) 07/29/2001
  • Photo: Yana Klochkova races on her way (AP/Yahoo) 07/29/2001
  • Photo: 400m Freestyle finalists in Fukuoaka (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/29/2001
  • Photo: Yana Klochkova of Ukraine celebrates her victory (AP/Yahoo) 07/29/2001
  • Photo: Ukraine's Oleg Lisogor flashes a thumbs-up sign (AP/Yahoo) 07/29/2001
  • Photo: Swimmer Oleg Lisogor is congratulated (AP/Yahoo) 07/29/2001
  • Putin, Kuchma at Navy Celebrations (AP/Yahoo) 07/29/2001
  • Swimming - Ukraine Double (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/29/2001
  • Kursk Tragedy Overshadows Russia's Navy Day (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/29/2001
  • Ukrainian clinches second gold medal (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/29/2001
  • Russian and Ukrainian presidents watch naval parade in Sevastopol (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/29/2001
  • Polish-Ukrainian battalion sets off for Kosovo (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 07/29/2001
  • Putin praises friendship of Russian and Ukrainian sailors (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/29/2001

  • Judo: British hopes thrown off course (BBC Sport) 07/28/2001
  • Turkmen gas flow to Ukraine set to increase (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/28/2001
  • Ukrainian, Russian presidents stress importance of Christian values (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/28/2001
  • Russian president talks in Crimea about spiritual values (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/28/2001
  • Putin stresses values shared by Russians and Ukrainians (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/28/2001
  • Macedonian envoy unhappy about requests to stop Ukrainian arms supplies (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/28/2001
  • EU allocates 20m dollars to Ukraine for fuel purchase [to compensate for the closure of Chernobyl nuclear power plant] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/28/2001
  • Polish, Ukrainian peacekeepers to leave for Kosovo (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 07/28/2001
  • Bad weather leaves central Ukrainian towns without power [Kirovohrad] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/28/2001
  • Ukraine: Power cut in 90 towns and villages in central regions (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/28/2001
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin, center left, and his Ukranian counterpart Leonid Kuchma embrace (AP/Yahoo) 07/28/2001
  • The Man in the White Hat Takes on Other White Hats (NY Times) 07/28/2001
  • Macedonia Village Is Center of Europe Web in Sex Trade (NY Times) 07/28/2001
  • Photo: Under the bell - Kuchma and Putin (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/28/2001

  • Ukraine ready for parallel work with Russia's energy system (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/27/2001
  • State Committee on land recourses forecasts increase of ground-rent by 30% in 2001 (AgriUkraine) 07/27/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] to attend Russian Navy Day celebrations in Crimea (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • International military training Peace Shield-2001 closes in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • Ukrainian Foreign Ministry opens media club, pledges open policy (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • Ukraine: Criminal case against head of state reserves dropped (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • Ukraine's international image improving - foreign minister [Zlenko] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/27/2001
  • Coca-Cola HBC expands with east Europe buy (Financial Times) 07/27/2001
  • Ukraine: Field fire causes blackout in southern Regions (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • Ukraine: Military retirees pronounced guilty of coup conspiracy (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • Ukrainian foreign minister [Zlenko], Macedonian envoy comment on arms sales to Skopje (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • Ukrainian journalist [Oleksandrov]'s murder investigated by his opponents - ex-policeman (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/27/2001
  • TDC says will sell foreign units if it cannot get controlling interest (AFX/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • Poor Laws Aid Groups Trafficking Women (RFE/RL) 07/27/2001
  • Old World circus traditions shape talented New York kids (Detroit News) 07/27/2001
  • Moldova enters WTO but big ex-Soviet states lag (Reuters/Excite) 07/27/2001
  • Photo: Maggie Bowen (C) of the U.S. holds up her gold medal for the women's 200m individual medley with Ukraine's Yana Klochkova (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/27/2001
  • Photo: Valentyn Grekov from Ukraine fights Gabriel Lama from Chile during the Judo World Championships in Munich (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/27/2001
  • Photo: Vladimir Putin during a ceremony of sanctifying the restored St. Volodymyr Cathedral near Ukraine's Black Sea port of Sevastopol (AP/Yahoo) 07/27/2001
  • ADR REPORT - Techs, telecoms lift European ADRs (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/27/2001
  • China-Turkey Hassle Hits Flattop (AP/Yahoo) 07/27/2001
  • World Bank notes Ukraine's achievements in privatization, social sphere (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • World Bank notes Ukraine's achievements in privatization, social sphere (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • Ukrainian foreign minister calls relations with Poland 'strategic brotherhood' (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/27/2001
  • Ukraine: Foreign minister confirms Kiev's European choice (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/27/2001
  • Another new high-speed patrol boat for Russian border guards (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/27/2001
  • Ervin completes swimming sprint double (CNNSI) 07/27/2001
  • CROSS COUNTRY: Saturdays world championships results (Sport Server) 07/27/2001
  • Romania: Minister outlines relations with neighbouring countries (BBC/FT-Bucharest) 07/27/2001
  • Ukrainian president objects to new law on MP status (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • Ukraine still worries the West, but for different reasons (WSJ/FT) 07/27/2001
  • Ukraine: Former premier's lawyer wants top officials to testify (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • Ukrainian premier names economic priorities (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/27/2001
  • Ukrainian harvest reaches 20m tonnes of grain (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • World Bank optimistic about Ukraine's economic progress (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001

  • Three missing from Nigeria camp (BBC Sport) 07/26/2001
  • Swimming: Aussies' Flying Leap Costs Them Relay Gold (IHT/FT) 07/26/2001
  • Ukraine offers to mediate between USA, Russia on missile defence issue (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/26/2001
  • Compensation claims for Nazi-era victims 'could reach 1.8m' (Financial Times) 07/26/2001
  • Exus Networks Announces Receipt of License to Offer Inmarsat Services in Ukraine (BusinessWire/Excite) 07/26/2001
  • Floware Announces Second Quarter 2001 Results (BusinessWire/Excite) 07/26/2001
  • AES reports quarterly results (BusinessWire/Excite) 07/26/2001
  • Klochkova in Fukuoka (AP/Yahoo) 07/26/2001
  • Ukrainian traders claim mass US asylum (BBC/FT) 07/26/2001
  • U.S. to Ukraine: Investigate, solve murders of 2 journalists (Freedom Forum Online) 07/26/2001
  • Ukraine: State secretaries to start working in early autumn (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/26/2001
  • Ukraine: Communists have best chances in forthcoming elections - poll (BBC/FT) 07/26/2001
  • World Bank optimistic about Ukraine's economic progress (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/26/2001
  • Ukraine to maintain military cooperation with Macedonia - Foreign Ministry (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/26/2001
  • Ukraine to join European defence forces - defence minister (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/26/2001
  • Ukraine: Centrist parties best placed to win election media war (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/26/2001
  • June, 2001 issue of Krytyka (Krytyka) 07/26/2001
  • Аграрії зібрали вже 17 млн. т зерна-2001 (AgriUkraine) 07/26/2001
  • Farmers took credits for 2.5 billion UAH during first half of this year (AgriUkraine) 07/26/2001
  • Epic spuds another directional well in Aktash Field (OilOnline/FT) 07/26/2001
  • Why Mrs. Svarno wouldn’t take off her bra (Medical Economics/FT) 07/26/2001
  • Fresno Philharmonic hires new music director (Fresno Bee/FT) 07/26/2001
  • China-Ukraine Trade Volume Expected to Hit US$800 Million (Global Sources/FT) 07/26/2001
  • U.S. farmers plant roots in Ukraine, but have problems collecting debt (MSNBC/FT) 07/26/2001
  • Just Another Murdered Journalist (Transitions Online/FT) 07/26/2001
  • Opinion poll shows fewer Ukrainians now in favour of union with Russia (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/26/2001
  • Ukraine and World bank agree loan terms (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/26/2001
  • U.S. farmers plant roots in Ukraine (WSJ/FT) 07/26/2001
  • Chinese President returns to Beijing after European visit (BBC/FT-Beijing) 07/26/2001
  • Results (Guardian/FT) 07/26/2001

  • Ukrainian government said to employ dubious US imagemakers (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • New Consul General in NY brings news of fewer travel restrictions, preparations for Independence Day (BRAMA) 07/25/2001
  • Photo: Leonid Kuchma with his counterparts from Belarus and Russia (AP/Yahoo) 07/25/2001
  • President Leonid Kuchma, right, and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Vitebsk Belarus (AP/Yahoo) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine meets many IMF loan terms - finance minister (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/25/2001
  • Nearly half Ukrainian harvest threshed (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/25/2001
  • U.S. Aid to Emerging Democracy At Risk - Rep. Marcy Kaptur of Ohio (BRAMA) 07/25/2001
  • Ukrainian peacekeepers return from Sierra Leone (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/25/2001
  • USA urges parallel political, economic reforms in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/25/2001
  • US national security adviser [Rice] speaks against cutting aid to Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • US stance on Ukraine's human rights record less critical than expected - TV (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine insists on demarcation of border with Russia (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Former presidential guard [Melnychenko] wants to prove authenticity of his tapes (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • Ukrainian opposition leader [Tymoshenko] wants former PM [Yushchenko] to take a stand against president (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Opposition leader [Tymoshenko] urges president [Kuchma] to veto law on energy market (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • (Corr) Ukrainian president denies intention to support Belarusian leader in poll (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • Ukrainian leader [Kuchma] praises 'strategic partnership' with Russia (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/25/2001
  • Putin appoints ground missile troops chief (AVN/FT-Moscow) 07/25/2001
  • Putting Arms Control On Fast Track: National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice Arrives In Moscow (CBS) 07/25/2001
  • Ukrainian, Russian presidents upbeat on bilateral cooperation (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • Ukrainian premier [Kinakh] briefs new state secretaries (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/25/2001
  • Results (Guardian/FT) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine, Lockheed sign air industry deal (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/25/2001
  • Thorpe Wins 3 Swimming Gold Medals (AP/Yahoo) 07/25/2001
  • Australian Swim Team Disqualified (AP/Yahoo) 07/25/2001
  • Temporary ban on import of poultry meat from the USA (AgriUkraine) 07/25/2001
  • КМ виділив селу 125 млн. грн. для пільгових кредитів (AgriUkraine) 07/25/2001
  • Consolidate reforms, freedom of speech, US tells Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • US national security adviser [Rice] tells Ukrainian premier [Kinakh] to press on with reforms (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • Ukrainian foreign minister [Zlenko] comments on US national security adviser [Rice]'s visit (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/25/2001
  • US national security adviser [Rice] holds talks with Ukrainian president [Kuchma] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Reforms irreversible, president [Kuchma] tells World Bank (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • US official [Rice] visiting Ukraine appeals to stop arms supplies to Macedonia (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/25/2001
  • Ukrainian president takes Crimea's ousted premier [Kunitsyn] under his wing (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Crimean parliament elects new PM [Horbatov] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/25/2001
  • (Corrected)Ukrainian president appoints 13 state secretaries (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine: New appointments end Crimea power feud (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/25/2001
  • Russian scientists criticise Ukraine's Chernobyl plan (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/25/2001
  • Ukrainian, Belarusian presidents meet in Vitsebsk (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • Chechen Mafia widening its activities in Ukraine - paper [Ekspres] (BBC/FT-Lviv) 07/25/2001
  • Ukrainian premier [Kinakh] reveals plans to complete oil pipeline in August (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/25/2001
  • Ukrainian economics minister [Shlapak]: VAT on Russian exports will not affect trade (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Controversial judge labels his dismissal 'oligrachs' revenge' (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Senior judge [Vasylenko] defends sacked colleague (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • Ukrainian oil company denies link to attack on MP's flat (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • Belarusian opposition asks Putin, Kuchma to stay away from Slavic Bazaar (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/25/2001
  • Belarusian, Ukrainian presidents trade remarks about art festival (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/25/2001
  • Russia: Putin delighted with level of economic cooperation with Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/25/2001
  • Photo: Ukraine's President Leonid Kuchma, right, greets U.S. national security adviser Condoleezza Rice (AP/Yahoo) 07/25/2001
  • Photo: Ukraine's prime minister Anatoliy Kinakh, left, welcomes U.S. National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice (AP/Yahoo) 07/25/2001

  • Small-town ambition reaps rewards: Opera (Financial Times) 07/24/2001
  • Britain gives Ukraine 1m dollars for World Bank project to assist the poor (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/24/2001
  • Centre set up in Ukraine to adapt laws to European standards (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/24/2001
  • Future of former Ukrainian premier [Yushchenko]'s bloc depends on party configuration - paper [Ekspres] (BBC/FT-Lviv) 07/24/2001
  • Ukraine worried over lack of progress in Macedonia (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/24/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecution refuses to open criminal case against former security chief (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/24/2001
  • Ukrainian capital, Russia's second largest city sign cooperation memorandum (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/24/2001
  • Ukrainian premier [Kinakh] discusses cooperation with Belgian defence minister [Flahaut] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/24/2001
  • Ukraine: Border troops to guard Chernobyl exclusion zone (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/24/2001
  • Russian, Ukrainian developers of new An-70 military plane slam competitors (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/24/2001
  • Ukrainian Foreign Ministry supports compromise on ABM treaty (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/24/2001
  • Russian bank refunds Soviet-era deposits to Ukrainians (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/24/2001
  • First Capital Intl, Inc., Will Enter Into the Ukranian Telecom Market (PRNewsWire/Excite) 07/24/2001
  • МінАП: Експорт - 6 млн. т зерна (AgriUkraine) 07/24/2001
  • Kinakh: 'There must be national export policy in the country concerning this (AgriUkraine) 07/24/2001
  • Journalist's widow calls on US Congress not to cut aid to Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/24/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecution refuses to open criminal case against former security chief (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/24/2001
  • Ukrainian foreign minister [Zlenko] sums up Chinese leader's visit (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/24/2001
  • Ukraine says Solana's forthcoming visit confirms EU interest (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/24/2001
  • Ukraine worried over lack of progress in Macedonia (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/24/2001
  • Bosporus ban leaves former Soviet carrier in dire straits (BBC/FT) 07/24/2001
  • FOOTBALL: Barry discover the hard facts about Europe Welsh heroes will make no profit out of their Champions' League tie in Oporto (Independent/FT) 07/24/2001
  • Russia, Ukraine stay out of European transport aircraft project (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/24/2001
  • Ukraine: Rainstorms leave some 300 villages without power (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/24/2001
  • Ukraine: Rainstorms leave some 300 villages without power (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/24/2001
  • Ukrainian, Russian church leaders at odds over canons (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/24/2001
  • Ukraine: Officials discuss problems of planned amnesty (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/24/2001
  • Flow of Turkmen gas to Ukraine to resume (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/24/2001
  • US national security adviser [Rice] coming to Ukraine for talks (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/24/2001
  • Marin beats seventh-seeded Stoliarov in Poland (AP/CNN) 07/24/2001
  • Trip to Israel recharges Krayzelburg (Indystar) 07/24/2001
  • Bush Security Aide Rice Set for Talks in Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/24/2001

  • World Swimming Championships: Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/23/2001
  • Russian prime minister [Kasyanov] to chair governmental meeting on illegal drugs (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/23/2001
  • Ukraine set to continue developing nuclear technologies (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/23/2001
  • Ukraine to exhibit new aircraft engine at Russian show (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/23/2001
  • Ukraine: Finance minister [Mityukov] against World Bank fragmenting loan (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/23/2001
  • Iraq: Deputy premier, Ukrainian official discuss ties, 'unjust' embargo (BBC/FT-Baghdad) 07/23/2001
  • Moldova: Breakaway region reports increase in foreign trade (BBC/FT-Chisinau) 07/23/2001
  • Bad weather keeps US general away from exercise in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/23/2001
  • Ukraine, South Korea sign 'peaceful use of nuclear energy' accord (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/23/2001
  • Russia steps up fight against drugs (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/23/2001
  • Ukraine: Dismissed Crimean premier [Kunitsyn] not angry at president [Kuchma] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/23/2001
  • World Bank approves loan for Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/23/2001
  • Ukrainian tax chief calls for international cooperation to fight money-laundering (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/23/2001
  • Kazakhstan to resume gas supplies to Ukraine in full (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/23/2001
  • Beaten Ukrainian journalist [Velychko] rejects robbery explanation (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/23/2001
  • Reactor restarted after repair at Ukrainian nuclear plant (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/23/2001
  • Ukraine to develop nuclear energy facilities - deputy parliament speaker says (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/23/2001
  • Greene blows away rivals in grand style (Scotsman/FT) 07/23/2001
  • Thorpe in imperious form again (Scotsman/FT) 07/23/2001
  • Strong market for Ceylon Tea in Ukraine (Lake House) 07/23/2001
  • UN awards service medals to Russian peacekeepers in Sierra Leone (UN News) 07/23/2001
  • Marin Beats Stoliarov in Poland (AP/Yahoo) 07/23/2001
  • Autumn sowing will cover same acreage as last year (AgriUkraine) 07/23/2001
  • Monitoring or price control? (AgriUkraine) 07/23/2001
  • Thorpe blazes to world record (Miami Herald) 07/23/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] accepts Crimean premier [Kunitsyn]'s resignation (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/23/2001
  • Chinese President Jiang Zemin leaves Ukraine for Malta (BBC/FT-Beijing) 07/23/2001
  • Ukraine: Assailed journalist [Velychko] says attack against him was no robbery (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/23/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] 'cannot forget' tape scandal (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/23/2001
  • South Korea, Ukraine sign atomic cooperation pac (BBC/FT-Seoul) 07/23/2001
  • Sporting Digest: FOOTBALL (BBC/Financial Times) 07/23/2001

  • Photo: Ukraine's Yana Klochkova holds up her gold medal with U.S.A.'s Martha Bowen the silver in Fukuoka (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/22/2001
  • Nazi guard allegations renewed 24 years later (San Francisco Chronicle) 07/22/2001
  • Rich nations support AIDS fund [Ukraine has fastest growing AIDS epidemic in Europe] (USA Today) 07/22/2001
  • Turks Keep Ship Going Round in Circles (Wash Post) 07/22/2001
  • No faults in vault: Duncan Mackay on unsung superstar's return to England (BBC/Financial Times) 07/22/2001
  • FOOTBALL: Berkovic agrees to join City (BBC/Financial Times) 07/22/2001
  • Chinese President Jiang Zemin speaks at dinner given by Ukrainian president [Kuchma] (BBC/FT-Beijing) 07/22/2001
  • Crimean premier [Kunistyn]'s dismissal imminent, successor known - Ukrainian TV (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/22/2001
  • Ukraine: Telecoms chief [Shevchuk] sacked for mismanagement, corruption - official (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/22/2001
  • China's Xinhua News Agency carries 'full text' of China-Ukraine statement (BBC/FT-Beijing) 07/22/2001
  • Chinese president [Jiang Zemin] meets Ukraine parliament boss [Plyushch], discusses bilateral ties (BBC/FT-Beijing) 07/22/2001
  • Chinese president [Jiang Zemin], Ukrainian prime minister [Kinakh] discuss bilateral cooperation (BBC/FT-Beijing) 07/22/2001
  • Iraqi parliament speaker receives Ukrainian solidarity delegation (BBC/FT-Baghdad) 07/22/2001
  • The garden of eatin': In a global supermarket, international lines are blurred (Seattle Times) 07/22/2001
  • Klochkova Wins Women's 400 Individual Medley Gold (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/22/2001
  • Photo: Yana Klochkova holds up her gold medal after winning in Fukuoka (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/22/2001

  • В Нью-Йорку завершила роботу Конференція ООН з проблеми незаконної торгівлі стрілецькою зброєю та легкими озброєннями (BRAMA) 07/21/2001
  • Poland: Plans Readied To Import Natural Gas From West (RFE/RL) 07/21/2001
  • Judge Revokes U.S. Citizenship of Nazi Slave Labor Camp Guard [Ukrainian-born Mykola Wasylyk] (U.S. Department of State) 07/21/2001
  • Soccer: Gregory tracks two targets (Ananova) 07/21/2001
  • Catholics who endured repression in Ukraine cherish their new church (Dallas News) 07/21/2001
  • Ukraine regards China as main partner in Asian-Pacific region (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/21/2001
  • Ukrainian newspaper [Sotsialna Polityka] reports disappearance of Kiev-based journalist [Kovalenko] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/21/2001
  • Rapprochement seen behind Ukraine's decision not to demarcate Russian border (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/21/2001
  • Russians express concern at their treatment in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/21/2001
  • Russian Bloc set up in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/21/2001
  • Ukraine: President [Kuchma] appoints commissioner for administrative reform [Yekhanurov] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/21/2001
  • [National Salvation] Forum is part of broad opposition strategy - Ukrainian paper [Ukrayina Moloda] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/21/2001
  • China grants Ukraine 1.2m dollars worth of aid (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/21/2001
  • Ukrainian, Chinese leaders praise cooperation (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/21/2001
  • Ukrainian, Chinese presidents sign joint declaration on cooperation in Kiev (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/21/2001
  • Chinese, Ukrainian presidents hold talks (BBC/FT-Beijing) 07/21/2001
  • China, Ukraine to work for closer ties (BBC/FT-Beijing) 07/21/2001
  • Ukraine vows commitment to One China policy (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/21/2001
  • Chinese president signs joint statement with Ukrainian counterpart (BBC/FT-Beijing) 07/21/2001
  • Ukraine, China voice support for ABM (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/21/2001
  • Ukraine: Crimean prosecutor opens criminal case on journalist [Ryabchykov]'s death a year [later] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/21/2001
  • Russian, Ukrainian naval officers start joint duty service in Sevastopol (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/21/2001
  • Sport in brief (Guardian/FT) 07/21/2001
  • Text of G8 Economic Statement (NY Times) 07/21/2001
  • Jiang Enlists Ukraine's Support (AP/Yahoo) 07/21/2001
  • Photo: Chinese President Jiang Zemin receives the traditional welcoming bread (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/21/2001
  • Photo: Chinese President Jiang Zemin adjusts a ribbon on a wreath during a wreath laying ceremony (AP/Yahoo) 07/21/2001
  • Photo: Chinese President Jiang Zemin, left, and his Ukrainian counterpart Leonid Kuchma drink champagne (AP/Yahoo) 07/21/2001
  • It is prohibited for authorities to interfere into grain market (AgriUkraine) 07/21/2001

  • In the Ukrainian Piedmont: Galician Metropolis of Lviv Faces West (Neue Zuercher Zeitung) 07/20/2001
  • 25 children hospitalized with food poisoning in Ukraine ( 07/20/2001
  • Indusmin Energy Signs Sales Agreement With Itera Energy (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 07/20/2001
  • 20 held in illegal workers swoop (The Herald [UK]) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine: Analysis From Washington -- When Journalists Become Targets (RFE/RL) 07/20/2001
  • Chinese leader arrives in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Potato field swoop on illegal immigrants (Scotsman/FT) 07/20/2001
  • Chinese leader praises relations with Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian president hails relations with China ahead of leader's visit (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/20/2001
  • Chinese president [Jiang Zemin] arrives in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Beijing) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor suggests common crime behind journalist [Gongadze]'s death (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • [People's Movement of Ukraine] Party claims leading role in ousted premier [Yushchenko]'s alliance (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine: Leader of propresidential party [Pustovoytenko] uncertain about alliance (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine: Centrist party leader [Tyhypko] describes new election bloc (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Court reinstates ousted Crimean premier [Kunitsyn] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine: Court reinstates Crimean premier [Kunitsyn] in his post (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian paper [Den] analyses confrontation between Crimean parliament, government (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine posts positive budget balance in January-June (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/20/2001
  • Sport (Sailing ): European title for Ukraine (Irish Times/FT) 07/20/2001
  • Kolteniuk's sense of snow (Wash Post) 07/20/2001
  • Analysis From Washington -- When Journalists Become Targets (RFE/RL) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine to Free 35,000 Prisoners (AP/Yahoo) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainians leave their mark on Catskill History (Lexington and Hunter, NY) (BRAMA) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine's chances for loan better after closure of major bank - WB official (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Vieira's agent wings in for talks with Real (Guardian/FT) 07/20/2001
  • Call for action to persuade the U.S. Congress to restore aid to Ukraine (BRAMA) 07/20/2001
  • CM is going to control issuing of preferential loans (AgriUkraine) 07/20/2001
  • In Kiev bread may become cheaper by 10% in September (AgriUkraine) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian navy prosecutor sacked for failing to combat theft (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian harvesting going well (BBC/FT-Kyiv/Moscow) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor-general brushes off lawyer's claims of mistreatment (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine: Crimean premier [Kunitsyn] still in charge after row with parliament (BBC/FT-Kyiv ) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine rotates peacekeepers in Sierra Leone (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine to recycle contaminated steel from Chernobyl (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor's office confirms arrest of former head of energy company (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian police arrest members of Russian criminal gang (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine: Crimean premier [Kunitsyn] refuses to resign (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/20/2001
  • South Korea to boost science, technology ties with Ukraine, Poland (BBC/FT-Seoul) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian security council discusses arms sales, telecommunications (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine: President signs law on amnesty (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001

  • BP reducing operations in Ukraine ( 07/19/2001
  • Bad Cop, Good Cop ( 07/19/2001
  • 'Wall Fall Profits' Help Cut Pollution (FAZ) 07/19/2001
  • Alleged Nazi's Citizenship Revoked (AP/Yahoo) 07/19/2001
  • Diversity remains learning experience (Oregonian) 07/19/2001
  • Children of Chernobyl: Group helps children affected by nuclear accident (SignOn San Diego) 07/19/2001
  • Ukrainian foreign ministry denies refusing to demarcate border with Russia (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/19/2001
  • Ukraine: Crimean government split between two premiers [Kunitsyn, Bezaziyev] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/19/2001
  • Get out of Chechnya: Russia is damaging its own interests (Guardian/FT) 07/19/2001
  • Ukraine: Nuclear reactor back on line after repairs (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/19/2001
  • Nomination of 11 new ambassadors announced (Irish Times/FT) 07/19/2001
  • Requirements to milk will become sterner from the 2nd of January, 2002 (AgriUkraine) 07/19/2001
  • State Reserve is ready for check-up (AgriUkraine) 07/19/2001
  • Pursuits: Chess (Financial Times) 07/19/2001
  • Ukrainian foreign minister [Zlenko] notes progress in relations with European Union (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/19/2001
  • Russia's Putin wants strategic partnership with Ukraine defined more clearly (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/19/2001
  • Putin notes positive development of Russian-Ukrainian dialogue (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/19/2001
  • Ukrainian miners leader laments corruption in coal industry (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/19/2001
  • Ukraine: Opposition forum considers cooperation with ousted premier [Yushchenko]'s bloc (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/19/2001
  • Ukrainian finance minister says banking system stable despite Ukrayina collapse (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/19/2001

  • Fifteen wedding guests hospitalized with food poisoning in Ukraine ( 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine to start construction of new Chernobyl sarcophagus in 2002 ( 07/18/2001
  • Russian Church official disagrees with Putin on Pope's Ukrainian visit (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/18/2001
  • Debating Who Controls Holocaust Artifacts (NY Times) 07/18/2001
  • Rebrov 'committed to Spurs' (Sportal) 07/18/2001
  • Squillari superb in Stuttgart (BBC) 07/18/2001
  • UAB hosts 8 countries at health care summit (Birmingham Business Journal) 07/18/2001
  • International group rejects Ukrainian police's version of journalist's beating (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukrainian security chief [Marchuk] hails relations with Russian president (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: New pro-presidential party [Fatherland] created (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] explains non-involvement in Crimean premier [Kunitsyn]'s dismissal (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine hosts international Peace Shield military exercise (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] denies ordering dismissal of Crimean premier (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Chernihiv vendors ask US embassy for political asylum (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukrainian newspaper implicates finance minister in bankruptcy of bank (BBC/FT-Lviv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukrainian gas imports detailed (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Former chief of oil and gas company arrested in Germany (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/18/2001
  • Ukrainian president reports drop in budget revenue (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • IMF objects to Ukrainian government's creative accounting (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/18/2001
  • Foreign investment in Ukraine at 250m dollars for half-year (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/18/2001
  • Ukrainian half-year GDP up 9.1 per cent (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Miners union cries persecution due to alliance with opposition (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Dwyer victory not enough for world championships (The West Online) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Socialist Party reports Kiev office attacked in broad day light (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Nationalist youth picket presidential administration (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Former oil and gas company head arrested (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Socialist Party reports Kiev office attacked in broad day light (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/18/2001
  • Russian, Ukrainian Security Council chiefs look for ways to boost ties (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/18/2001
  • Jiang continues tour of ex-Soviet republics (BBC) 07/18/2001
  • Returned Kuerten shows no mercy (Posted Wed) 07/18/2001
  • Moldova: 'Popular' movement wants union with Russia, Ukraine, Belarus (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Ousted Crimean premier vows to stay in post (BBC/FT-Kyiv ) 07/18/2001
  • Russia's Putin and top Ukrainian official satisfied with state of relations (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine looks forward to bumper grain harvest (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/18/2001
  • Russian businessman implicated in murdering head of Ukraine's central bank (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Social Democrat leader welcomes creation of centre-right bloc (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Crimean parliament sacks prime minister (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Official questions security service plan to register Internet users (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/18/2001

  • Rebrov raring to start afresh (BBC Sport) 07/17/2001
  • Rebrov eyes the exit sign (Guardian) 07/17/2001
  • Ukraine: Mushroom poisoning cases this year down on figures for 2000 (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/17/2001
  • Clijsters rolls past Ceranova in Sanex Trophy tourney (CBS Sportsline) 07/17/2001
  • Eurasia investigation comes to close ( 07/17/2001
  • NATO-sponsored training starts in western Ukraine ( 07/17/2001
  • Demjanjuk: `How could it be me?' (WKYC News) 07/17/2001
  • UKRAINE: Media executive assaulted (CPJ Press Freedom) 07/17/2001
  • Dealers in death (Daily Mail & Guardian) 07/17/2001
  • Gustavson Associates Retained to Study Oil and Gas Reserves (Yahoo) 07/17/2001
  • Home News: Ireland competes in deaf olympics (Irish Times/FT) 07/17/2001
  • Ukraine declines demarcation of border with Russia [Ukrainian Foreign Ministry] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/17/2001
  • Ukraine: Poll shows opposition leader [Yushchenko] well ahead of incumbent president [Kuchma] (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/17/2001
  • Ukrainian president reports drop in budget revenue from last year (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/17/2001
  • Police in western Ukraine [Lutsk] says journalist [Velychko]'s beating wasn't political (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/17/2001
  • Ukraine: Imported nuclear waste not to be stored at new Chernobyl facility (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/17/2001
  • Ukraine's privatization revenue below target, IMF admits mistake - premier [Kinakh] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/17/2001
  • Ukraine aiming for bigger, faster harvest than last year (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/17/2001
  • Sport (Sailing): Hat-trick of victories puts Israeli pairing in commanding position (Irish Times/FT) 07/17/2001
  • Pope to visit Kazakhstan on 22-24 Sep 01 (BBC/FT-Almaty) 07/17/2001
  • Mykoilayiv region has harvested 1st million tons of grain (AgriUkraine) 07/17/2001
  • Rebrov: Spurs not my dream team (Soccernet) 07/17/2001
  • Ukraine: Kiev city court cancels release of high-profile suspect (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/17/2001
  • Nervous times for Ukraine journalists (BBC) 07/17/2001
  • Chinese president to meet Ukrainian leaders in Kiev on 20-23 July (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/17/2001
  • Ukraine denies Romanian reports about border violation (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/17/2001
  • Ukraine: Four major centrist parties to form electoral bloc (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/17/2001
  • Russian navy commander regrets his boys shut out from Sea Breeze-2001 (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/17/2001

  • Hide aims for the top again (The Scotsman) 07/16/2001
  • U.S. troops in Ukraine for joint exercise (Armytimes) 07/16/2001
  • Simon Davies (The Beautiful Game) 07/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Premier [Kinakh] not to work for clans; to export electricity to Moldova (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/16/2001
  • Ukrainian TV sums up parliament's faction swapping (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Controversial lawyer [Andriy Fedur, Lesya Gongadze attorney] reports receiving threats (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Parliament session a disappointment - paper [Den] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/16/2001
  • Major Ukrainian bank wound up (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/16/2001
  • Kazakh officers taking part in NATO exercises in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Almaty) 07/16/2001
  • Macedonian defence minister, Ukrainian deputy minister hold talks in Skopje (BBC/FT-Skopje) 07/16/2001
  • Georgian president confident ethnic feud in eastern Georgia to alleviate (BBC/FT-Tbilisi) 07/16/2001
  • Ukrainian military colleges to train 33 Tajik cadets (BBC/FT-Dushanbe) 07/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Journalist [Oleksandrov]'s murder politically motivated [Donetsk] - national security chief [Marchuk] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/16/2001
  • Police say robbery behind attack on journalist [Velychko] in western Ukraine [Lutsk] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/16/2001
  • Ukrainian speaker [Plyushch] interviewed on electoral strategy, parliamentary affairs (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/16/2001
  • Tokyo, Moscow, and Hong Kong Rank as World's Most Expensive Cities, (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 07/16/2001
  • Crimean government has introduced control at grain market (AgriUkraine) 07/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Nuclear reactor back on line after repairs (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/16/2001
  • Shakhtar fight back to draw with Dynamo Kiev (Soccernet) 07/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Ousted premier [Yushchenko] calls for unity and reforms, founding new bloc (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Central bank liquidates major commercial bank (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/16/2001
  • Romania reports Ukrainians find energy resources in disputed Black Sea area (BBC/FT-Bucharest) 07/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Court penalty puts regional TV on verge of bankruptcy (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/16/2001
  • Romania insists Ukraine should refrain from drilling in disputed area (BBC/FT-Bucharest) 07/16/2001
  • Ukraine: TV scrutinizes journalist's murder (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Ousted premier [Yushchenko] sets up parliamentary election bloc (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/16/2001
  • Moldovan protesters slam government over Ukrainian land swap (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/16/2001
  • Moldovan protestors slam government over Ukrainian land swap (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/16/2001
  • Results (Guardian/FT) 07/16/2001

  • Dudgeon seals hollow victory (The Times) 07/15/2001
  • The Gathering Storm (Wash Post) 07/15/2001
  • Ukraine minister offers to arm journalists (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/15/2001
  • Pope Comments on G-8 Summit Set Up (AP/Yahoo) 07/15/2001
  • Ukraine: Premier [Kinakh] gives TV interview on cabinet, energy issues (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/15/2001
  • Ukraine's Kuchma gives pledge on energy debt (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/15/2001
  • Ukraine: President [Kuchma] subordinates state secretaries to ministers (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/15/2001
  • Ukraine: Death toll in 2001 from mushroom poisoning put at six (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/15/2001
  • Ukrainian minister [Kurykin] voices concern over Chernobyl-replacement reactors (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/15/2001
  • Ukrainian premier [Kinakh] berates parliament over laser disk law (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/15/2001
  • Partnership for Peace exercises under way in Ukraine [Lviv] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/15/2001
  • Ukraine: Court penalty puts Regional [Kharkiv] TV on verge of bankruptcy (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/15/2001
  • Chinese president [Jiang Zemin] leaves for Russia, Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine, Malta (BBC/FT-Beijing) 07/15/2001
  • Photo: synchronized swimming team from Ukraine practice their routine in Japan (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/15/2001
  • Ukrainian premier division results/standings (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/15/2001

  • Ukraine: Major bank [Ukrayina] to be declared bankrupt on 16 July - premier [Kinakh] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/14/2001
  • Ukraine: Interior minister advises journalists to keep low profile (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/14/2001
  • Modern slave trade is rife in Greece [trafficking] (Kathimerini) 07/14/2001
  • AIDS plagues Ukrainian youth (MSNBC) 07/14/2001
  • Ukraine: local [Donetsk] police to investigate case of murdered journalist [Oleksandrov] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/14/2001
  • Ukraine: President [Kuchma] replaces top police officials [] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/14/2001
  • Ukrainian paper profiles new chief of antimonopoly committee [Kostusyev] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/14/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor [Potebenko] brings criminal charges against bank officials (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/14/2001
  • Ukraine: Five people injured in Moscow-Odessa train derailment (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/14/2001
  • Ukraine: Five carriages of Moscow-Odessa train upset - no casualties (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/14/2001
  • Ukraine: Lawyer of high-profile suspect in hospital after fight with prosecutor (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/14/2001
  • Azeris say no fuel for Ukraine until 5.27m-dollar debt repaid (BBC/FT-Baku) 07/14/2001
  • Ukraine: nuclear generating set [Zaporizhzhya] halted following failed resumption (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/14/2001
  • Coastal phase of military training exercise begins in Ukraine [Sea-Breeze 2001] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/14/2001
  • Rebrov: Spurs bid for Shev (Sportal) 07/14/2001
  • Tottenham bid for Shevchenko unsuccessful, Rebrov said (Sports Network) 07/14/2001
  • Imported Steel Bars Hurts U.S. (AP/Yahoo) 07/14/2001
  • Ukraine's Zhanna Pintusevich comes in second (AP/Yahoo) 07/14/2001

  • Paris Club restructures 580m dollars of Ukrainian debt (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/13/2001
  • Ukraine: Media Chief [Velichko] Beaten By Unknown Attackers (RFE/RL) 07/13/2001
  • Ukraine: Opposition plans alternative Independence Day celebration (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/13/2001
  • Ukrainian premier [Kinakh] hails Paris Club deal (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/13/2001
  • Ukraine: Kazakhstan Cuts Off Gas Deliveries (RFE/RL) 07/13/2001
  • Ukraine: Policeman shoots Crimean Tatar, reportedly after torture (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/13/2001
  • Teenager survives five days at sea on lilo (Ananova) 07/13/2001
  • Ukraine asks UN for cut-price AIDS drugs (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/13/2001
  • Ukraine: Controversial judge releases son of disgraced MP (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/13/2001
  • IMF's Ghesquiere urges Ukraine to restructure banking sector (AFX/FT) 07/13/2001
  • Ukrainian parliament speaker [Plyushch] regrets previous government's resignation (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/13/2001
  • Statistics show rising number of illegal immigrants in Austria (BBC/FT-Vienna) 07/13/2001
  • US military visit Ukrainian helicopter unit (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/13/2001
  • Ukrainian premier division fixtures for July 15-21 (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/13/2001
  • Moldovan minister: Ukraine, Russia support sanctions against breakaway region (BBC/FT-Chisinau) 07/13/2001
  • Photo: Trivia - Hotel Ukraine in Moscow (AP/Yahoo) 07/13/2001
  • Photo: unfinished aircraft carrier 'Varyag' lies docked at the shipyard (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/13/2001
  • Ukraine Opposition Plans Independence Day Protests (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/13/2001
  • IMF positively assesses Ukrainian central bank's work (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/13/2001
  • Ukrainian health ministry releases new HIV and AIDS figures (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/13/2001
  • Ukraine's foreign trade improves year-on-year in January-May (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/13/2001
  • Ukraine posts 9.1 per cent GDP growth in January-June (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/13/2001
  • Russia patriarch urges Ukraine believers to return to fold (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/13/2001
  • Number of illegal migrants falling in 2001 - Ukrainian border service (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/13/2001
  • Changes expected in free trade between Ukraine and Russia (AgriUkraine) 07/13/2001
  • Schooner captain brings bit of Ukraine (Cleveland Live) 07/13/2001
  • US says Slovenia not meeting illegal trafficking in persons targets (BBC/FT-Ljubljana) 07/13/2001
  • Congressman honors WWII camp survivor at flag-raising (East Hartford Gazette) 07/13/2001
  • East: GUUAMs Future Lies In Reforms Of 5 Members (RFE/RL) 07/13/2001
  • Dov Levin: Controversial Israeli judge of 'Ivan the Terrible' [Demjaniuk] (Financial Times) 07/13/2001
  • No casualties at construction site in Ukrainian capital - city mayor [Omelchenko] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/13/2001
  • Ukraine: Regional governor [Kushnaryov] outlines proposed centrist electoral bloc (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/13/2001
  • Russia: Gazprom official criticises Ukrainian plan to take gas meant for Europe (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/13/2001
  • Deputy premier [Dubyna] denies Ukraine stealing Russian gas (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/13/2001
  • Ukrainian nuclear reactor shut down due to malfunction (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/13/2001

  • Xerox-CIS Says Its Revenues Were $52mn in H1 (Stock Access) 07/12/2001
  • Photo: Ukraine's President Leonid Kuchma, right, talks to his Gambian counterpart Yahya A.J. Jammeh (AP/Yahoo) 07/12/2001
  • Report: Countries Lax in Trafficking (AP/Yahoo) 07/12/2001
  • Selected Countries Cited in Report (AP/Yahoo) 07/12/2001
  • Report: Countries Lax in Trafficking (AP/Yahoo) 07/12/2001
  • (Correction) Journalist [Velychko] beaten, sent to hospital in western Ukraine [Lutsk] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • Moldova: Over 500 in capital protest land treaty with Ukraine (BBC/FT-Chisinau) 07/12/2001
  • Ukrainian parliament adopts new election law (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/12/2001
  • Ukraine: Spent nuclear fuel to be stored at Zaporizhzhya nuclear power station (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • Turkish military delegation visits training ground in western Ukraine [Lviv] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • Putin to attend Ukraine's tenth independence celebration; Ukraine has right to develop ties with USA - Russian foreign minister [Ivanov] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • Polish president [Kwasniewski] to attend Ukraine's independence celebrations (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 07/12/2001
  • Deputy premier [Dubyna] denies Ukraine's stealing Russian gas (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • Gambian president hails bilateral relations on arrival in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • Report Criticizes Human Trafficking (AP/Yahoo) 07/12/2001
  • New Millennium Development Group/I.C.E Announces Joint Venture with Collective Communication, a Subsidiary of SoftHill Technologies Ltd. (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 07/12/2001
  • First Data Reports 17 Percent Growth in Earnings Per Share (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 07/12/2001
  • Kiev warned on neutral policy [Russia's ambassador Chernomyrdin] (Financial Times) 07/12/2001
  • Russian, Ukrainian, Moldovan foreign ministers sign communique' on Dnestr region (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/12/2001
  • Aid to Ukraine tied to economic reforms, freedom of speech - US official [Taylor] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • IMF may resume lending to Ukraine this year, official says (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/12/2001
  • Ukraine's president [Kuchma], Russian foreign minister [Ivanov] discuss cooperation (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/12/2001
  • Ukraine's foreign minister [Zlenko] urges Russia, USA to keep ABM treaty (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/12/2001
  • Ministry gives details of Kiev street collapse (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/12/2001
  • Ukraine: No casualties so far at Kiev collapse site - prosecutor [Haysynskyy] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/12/2001
  • Rescue work continues at Kiev collapse site [Ploshcha Nezalezhnist] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/12/2001
  • OSCE to hold second anti-corruption seminar in Lvov (OSCE) 07/12/2001
  • OSCE calls for co-ordinated fight against trafficking in human beings (OSCE) 07/12/2001
  • Zaporizhya region plans to harvest 2 million tons of grain (AgriUkraine) 07/12/2001
  • Odessa region has harvested first million tons of grain (AgriUkraine) 07/12/2001
  • Street collapses in Kiev - dead and injured (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/12/2001
  • Ukrainian president signs budget code (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/12/2001
  • Itera gas company denies Ukrainian claims of shortfall in supply (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/12/2001
  • Ukrainian parliament ratifies border treaty with Moldova (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • Ukrainian parliament ratifies ownership agreement with Moldova (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/12/2001
  • Moldovan, Ukrainian officials confirm rapport on Dnestr issue (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/12/2001
  • Ukrainian parliament intends to abolish VAT in 2003 (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/12/2001
  • Foreign nations to adopt Russian mine scrapping technology (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/12/2001
  • Sea phase of Sea Breeze-2001 exercise completed in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/12/2001
  • Ukrainian foreign minister [Zlenko] says Dnestr's claim to statehood hinders talks (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/12/2001
  • Deputy blames bad loans for demise of Ukrainian commercial bank (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • Poland: Ukrainian ex-premier [Yushchenko] meets 'pro-Ukrainian' centre party politicians (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 07/12/2001
  • Ukrainian nuclear reactor shut down due to malfunction (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/12/2001
  • Ukrainian tax police net over 2bn hryvnyas for state budget in six years (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • Ukraine's foreign debt down, domestic debt up (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/12/2001
  • Ukraine to upgrade missile-defence warning systems (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/12/2001
  • Russian foreign minister arrives in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • Advised by the Ukrainian authorities that all or part of the disputed zone is (RNS/FT) 07/12/2001
  • Kiev warned on neutral policy (Financial Times) 07/12/2001

  • 'Ghost Ship' Moves in Eternal Circles in Black Sea (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/11/2001
  • Stolen youth: Many people now living in Britain were among those forced to work for the Nazis (Guardian/FT) 07/11/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] tells emigres to withhold criticism (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/11/2001
  • Broadway opens summer season with works from Ukraine (Jordan Times) 07/11/2001
  • Russia, Ukraine said close on 'European missile defence' (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/11/2001
  • Ukraine to turn Chernobyl power station into storage for spent nuclear fuel (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/11/2001
  • Ukraine: Police detain three suspects in murder of human-rights activist [Patris, Vinnytsya] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/11/2001
  • Ukrainian speaker [Plyushch] meets US aid coordinator [William Taylor], urges investment (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/11/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] pledges help to bankrupt bank depositors (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/11/2001
  • Ukrainian president discusses gas debt, corruption in phone-in interview (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/11/2001
  • Western Union Continues Aggressive Global Expansion Adds Agricultural Bank of China and Ukraine Post (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 07/11/2001
  • Walker's foot puts paid to his season (sprinting) (Guardian/FT) 07/11/2001
  • Moldovan government approves visa-free travel with Russia, Ukraine (BBC/FT-Chisinau) 07/11/2001
  • Moldovan, Russian, Ukrainian foreign ministers to meet in Kiev on 12 July (BBC/FT-Chisinau) 07/11/2001
  • Ukrainian tax police net over 2bn hryvnyas for state budget in six years (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/11/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] slams parliament 'failures' (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/11/2001
  • Ukrainian premier [Kinakh] urges MPs not to politicize crisis at major bank (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/11/2001
  • Ukraine: President says state secretaries won't bring major changes (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/11/2001
  • Ukraine's [Zaporizhzhya] nuclear power station allowed to operate nuclear waste repository (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/11/2001
  • Ukraine's foreign debt down, domestic debt up - Finance Ministry (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/11/2001
  • Parliament, media groups decry murder of journalist in eastern Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/11/2001
  • Ukraine to upgrade missile-defence warning systems (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/11/2001
  • Ukraine: President slams parliament during speech to artists (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/11/2001
  • Cultural Fest this weekend in St. Hilaire [MN] (TRF Times) 07/11/2001
  • Following the Stoitchkov model (Chicago Sports) 07/11/2001
  • UKRAINIAN FOOTBALL: Shrewd management has propelled Shakhtar to the European Champions League and to financial rewards - Magnate with an ambitious goal (Financial Times) 07/11/2001
  • 'Ghost Ship' Moves in Eternal Circles in Black Sea (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/11/2001
  • Ukraine: New economics minister [Shlapak] 'to preserve continuity' (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/11/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] pledges repayment of debts to Russia (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/11/2001
  • Playing a dangerous game of chess [Politics and History] (Business Times (Malaysia)) 07/11/2001
  • Ellen Reeder to Head Women's Museum (Wash Post) 07/11/2001
  • Diplomatic tug-of-war has Ukraine playing both sides (CS Monitor) 07/11/2001

  • Ukrainian president discusses cooperation with Belarusian, Moldovan leaders (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/10/2001
  • Russian-Ukrainian electricity talks reach deadlock (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/10/2001
  • Belarus: Ukrainian-born presidential hopeful withdraws from race (BBC/FT-Minsk) 07/10/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] comments on mistakes, opposition and journalist's death (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/10/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] says he won't name a successor (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/10/2001
  • New opposition electoral bloc aims for early dismissal of president [Kuchma] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/10/2001
  • Ukraine: Main electoral body to present new election procedures to parliament (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/10/2001
  • Foreign Ministry calls OSCE resolution on Ukraine biased (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/10/2001
  • Ukraine rotates peacekeepers in southern Lebanon (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/10/2001
  • Ukraine: International naval exercise moves into active phase [Sea Breeze 2001] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/10/2001
  • Ukrainian military promises new hardware at Independence Day parade (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/10/2001
  • Pizza Sapri expands in Eastern Europe (Pizza Sapri: Apuesta por Europa del Este) (Expansion/FT) 07/10/2001
  • Ukraine: Journalist Aleksandrov Murdered (RFE/RL) 07/10/2001
  • Opinion: Return the murals (Kyiv Post) 07/10/2001
  • Organization delivers help to sick children abroad (Seattle Times) 07/10/2001
  • First Capital Int'l, Inc., Has Begun Its Telecommunication Service in Estonia (PRNewswire/Excite) 07/10/2001
  • Photo: U.S. sailors march during a morning parade at a pier in the Ukrainian Black Sea port of Odessa (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2001
  • Photo: oup of Ukrainian soldiers prepares to board a plane in Boryspil airport (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2001
  • Times Change But the Show Goes on for Moscow Circus (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2001
  • Photo: A group of Ukrainian soldiers (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2001
  • Swedish PM outlines importance of Ukraine's role in Europe (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/10/2001
  • Ukrainian opposition parties set up bloc, elect leader (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/10/2001
  • Russia present as observer in Sea Breeze-2001 NATO exercise in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/10/2001
  • International human rights activist murdered in central Ukrainian city [Vinnytsya] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/10/2001
  • Russian Federation imposed import duty on Ukrainian starch (AgriUkraine) 07/10/2001
  • Ukraine: President [Kuchma] orders transparent probe into TV director's murder [Oleksandrov] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/10/2001
  • Ukraine: President [Kuchma] appoints economics minister [Oleksandr Shlapak] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/10/2001
  • Ukraine's prosecutor, justice minister at odds over corruption probes - paper (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/10/2001
  • Ukraine: Former deputy premier [Tymoshenko] elected leader of opposition bloc (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/10/2001
  • Ukraine: Seven parties set up opposition bloc (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/10/2001
  • Paris declaration calls for more oversight and accountability in the OSCE / Concerns expressed regarding the situation in Ukraine (OSCE) 07/10/2001
  • Ukraine to resume debt talks with Paris Club (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/10/2001
  • Ukrainian, Moldovan governments sign five agreements in Kiev (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/10/2001
  • Ukraine to boost electricity exports to Moldova (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/10/2001
  • Turkmen gas supplies to Ukraine halved (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/10/2001
  • First Capital Int'l, Inc., Has Begun Its Telecommunication Service in Estonia (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 07/10/2001
  • Ottey out of Bislett (100m sprint) (BBC) 07/10/2001
  • GSU wildlife center hosting science camp (Statesboro Herald) 07/10/2001
  • Each year the world spends pounds 5bn on small arms (Guardian/FT) 07/10/2001

  • Ukraine Forecast (Economist) 07/09/2001
  • Europe may bite into U.S. corn exports - traders (Reuters/Excite) 07/09/2001
  • Italian Police Nab RUF's Chief Arms Supplier [Africa] (Concord Times) 07/09/2001
  • Update: Лорд Робертсон в Україні; Операція 'Есеншиал Гавест'; Молдовія; Албанія; Грузія (NATO) 07/09/2001
  • Abenteuer Enters Purchase and Sale Agreement [Ostap Haliw] (CanadaNewswire/Yahoo) 07/09/2001
  • Ukraine says Paris Club ready to resume debt rescheduling talks (AFX/FT) 07/09/2001
  • Syria: Foreign minister discusses ties with Ukrainian envoy (BBC/FT-Damascus) 07/09/2001
  • Technical, financial problems in Russian-Ukrainian An-70 development (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/09/2001
  • First orders placed for delivery of [An-70] transport aircraft (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/09/2001
  • Ukrainian industrial output up 18.5 per cent in January-June (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/09/2001
  • Ukrainian Security Service denies rivalry with military intelligence (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/09/2001
  • Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine create nuclear fuel venture (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/09/2001
  • Moldova to cede border village to Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/09/2001
  • Country profile: Kyrgyzstan (BBC) 07/09/2001
  • Country profile: Kazakhstan (BBC) 07/09/2001
  • Ukraine: Crimean Tatars picket District administration over land (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/09/2001
  • Minister [Bartoszewski] says Poland's policy towards Ukraine to remain the same (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 07/09/2001
  • Romanian president calls Moldova a second Romanian state (BBC/FT-Chisinau) 07/09/2001
  • Thousands attend funeral of murdered journalist [Oleksandrov] in eastern Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/09/2001
  • Ukrainian leadership fosters split personality: Kuchma plays East vs. West (Chicago Tribune) 07/09/2001
  • OSCE's Parliamentary Assembly concerned by political situation in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/09/2001
  • Taste of the old country: Ukrainian settlers gather at local houses of worship (South Bend Tribune) 07/09/2001
  • Faith in full flower: Local group touring Ukraine witnesses religious comeback after decades of repression (South Bend Tribune) 07/09/2001
  • Участь української делегації молоді в ХV Всесвітньому фестивалі молоді и студентів (Алжир) і у ІІ Всесвітньому фестивалі молоді (Панама) [прес-конф - 11.7.01] (IREX) 07/09/2001
  • Майбутнє України: погляд молодих лідерів [круглий стіл - 11.7.01] (IREX) 07/09/2001
  • Clarkson PLC - Acquisition (RNS/FT) 07/09/2001
  • Whose Art Is It Anyway? The discovery of forgotten murals by a martyred Polish artist and author has ignited a bitter dispute (July 16) (Time) 07/09/2001
  • Ministry of Agrarian Policy: harvesting must speed up (AgriUkraine) 07/09/2001
  • The highest rates of industrial growth are observed in Ukraine (AgriUkraine) 07/09/2001
  • Journalist [Aleksandrov]'s killing increases pressure on Kuchma (Independent) 07/09/2001
  • Anti-corruption reporter murdered (Independent) 07/09/2001
  • The international dealers in death - Ian Traynor in Odessa (Guardian) 07/09/2001
  • US-Ukraine partnership certain despite democracy worries - weekly [Zerkalo Nedeli] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/09/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] holds talks with Polish foreign minister [Bartoszewski] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/09/2001
  • Ukrainian, Polish foreign ministers confirm strategic partnership (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/09/2001
  • Ukraine: Motives behind journalist [Oleksandrov]'s murder examined - [Kievskiye Vedomosti] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/09/2001
  • Ukraine's president [Kuchma] laments dependence on foreign trade (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/09/2001
  • Czech visas fail to prevent influx of mafias from ex-USSR - press (BBC/FT-Prague) 07/09/2001
  • Slovaks will need passports even after EU entry (BBC/FT-Bratislava) 07/09/2001
  • Ukrainian speaker [Plyushch] 'worried' by lack of western aid (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/09/2001
  • Ukrainian, Moldovan premiers define economic priorities (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/09/2001
  • Moldovan premier arrives in Ukraine for talks (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/09/2001
  • Soccer (China Daily/FT) 07/09/2001
  • Presidential hopeful believes Russia should promote Belarus to the West (BBC/FT-Minsk) 07/09/2001
  • Laws unto themselves: As the French ruling against Yahoo shows, cross-border legal judgments are on the increase (Financial Times) 07/09/2001
  • Tajik president praises cooperation with Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/09/2001
  • Societe Generale sells investment bank in Ukraine (La Tribune/FT) 07/09/2001
  • Ukraine-Korea carmaker plans export boost (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/09/2001
  • Europe may bite into U.S. corn exports - traders (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/09/2001

  • Instant Green Card (NY Times) 07/08/2001
  • Photo: Where the West Begins: Russia's Place in History (NY Times) 07/08/2001
  • Polish minister [Bartoszewski] says ties with Ukraine can be improved (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 07/08/2001
  • Five die in party blast (BBC) 07/08/2001
  • Russian patriarch reiterates criticism of papal visit to Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/08/2001
  • Ukraine's 110th political party [New Politics] holds founding congress (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/08/2001
  • Despite U.S. aid, Ukraine suffers - Despotic government keeps nation down (SJ Mercury News) 07/08/2001
  • Two pilots killed in separate incidents in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/08/2001
  • Ukrainian premier [Kinakh] upbeat on growth (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/08/2001
  • New political organization set up in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/08/2001
  • Hungarian officials play down criticism of status law at forum in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Budapest) 07/08/2001
  • Super-quality fakes alarm diamond trade (Times) 07/08/2001
  • Three finalists in world piano contest (Cincinnati Enquirer) 07/08/2001
  • Hot Ayr aim to scale Euro heights (Times) 07/08/2001

  • Local Marines to show strength of independence [Exercise Sea Breeze] (Times Union) 07/07/2001
  • US State Secretary [Colin Powell] vows support of Ukraine - newspaper [Zerkalo Nedeli] interview (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/07/2001
  • USA cuts aid to India, others for reducing global warming (BBC/FT-New Delhi) 07/07/2001
  • Ukraine: Journalist Dies Of Injuries After Assault (RFE/RL) 07/07/2001
  • Ukraine boosts steel, iron output in January-June (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/07/2001
  • Dynamo Kiev begin new season in style (Soccernet) 07/07/2001
  • Masked man (Hindustan Times/FT) 07/07/2001
  • Ukrainian Security Service appoints new spokeswoman (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/07/2001
  • Moldovan prime minister to visit Ukraine on 9-10 July (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/07/2001
  • Ukraine investigative journalist Oleksandrov dies from attack injuries (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/07/2001
  • Ousted Ukrainian premier [Yushchenko] blames politicians for crisis at bank (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/07/2001
  • US national security adviser [Condoleezza Rice] to visit Ukraine, Russia (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/07/2001
  • N.B. village to unveil giant bird (National Post) 07/07/2001
  • Ukrainian reactor reconnected to grid after testing (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/07/2001
  • Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine to set up nuclear fuel joint venture (BBC/FT-Almaty) 07/07/2001
  • Russia's Ivanov to discuss ABM, Black Sea Fleet, Dnestr at Kiev talks (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/07/2001
  • Tajikistan, Ukraine sign treaty on friendship and cooperation (BBC/FT-Dushanbe) 07/07/2001

  • Bush Talks to Putin on Iraq, Macedonia (Reuters/Excite) 07/06/2001
  • Ukraine: French experts to conduct more tests on alleged journalist corpse [Gongadze] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/06/2001
  • Reporters sans Frontiers decry violence against journalists in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/06/2001
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Championships:: Juniors on course for all-British final (Guardian/FT) 07/06/2001
  • Jones and Greene in sprint double (BBC) 07/06/2001
  • Jones And El Guerrouj Shine at Paris Golden Gala (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/06/2001
  • Jones Runs Fastest 100 of 2001 (AP/Yahoo) 07/06/2001
  • Ukraine's crop too small to export any grain this year, says minister (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/06/2001
  • Bush Wants to Cut Global Warming Aid (AP/Yahoo) 07/06/2001
  • Slovak cabinet to release funds for protection of its border with Ukraine (BBC/FT-Prague) 07/06/2001
  • Ukraine holds large-scale air defence exercise (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/06/2001
  • Ukraine: Sea Breeze international exercise begins in Odessa (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/06/2001
  • Russia says no units taking part in Black Sea exercises (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/06/2001
  • Court hands out prison sentences in Ukraine's worst mine accident (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/06/2001
  • Ukrainian, Tajik leaders agree on fighting crime, free trade (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/06/2001
  • Україна та НАТО: пошук правильних рішень на ХХІ століття: Промова Генерального секретаря НАТО (NATO) 07/06/2001
  • Russia takes part in NATO's Sea Breeze exercise at Odessa, Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/06/2001
  • Ukrainian president Kuchma urges adoption of tax code before parliamentary holiday (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/06/2001
  • Ukrainian navy chief opens international naval exercises (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/06/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor ready to conduct additional test on 'Tarashcha body' - ombudsman Nina Karpachova [re: Gongadze] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/06/2001
  • Ukraine tops European scale for rapid spread of AIDS (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/06/2001
  • NATO chief's visit aims to replace German peacekeepers with Ukrainians - paper Kievskiye Vedomosti (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/06/2001
  • Robertson warns Kiev to embrace reforms (Independent/FT) 07/06/2001
  • NATO website hacked (Financial Times) 07/06/2001
  • Yield of barley reaches 5 MT/ha (AgriUkraine) 07/06/2001
  • Indra wins 7.2 mln eur Raytheon, Ukranian radar contracts (AFX/FT) 07/06/2001
  • Russia/Ukraine: Media exchange regulations under discussion (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/06/2001
  • Russia provides first-half foreign-trade statistics (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/06/2001
  • Russia to buy large amounts of Turkmen gas; transit volume includes gas for Ukraine (BBC/FT-Turkmenistan) 07/06/2001
  • China: Jiang to sign treaties with Russia in July (China Daily/FT) 07/06/2001
  • OBSERVER: Street cred (Financial Times) 07/06/2001
  • Polish foreign minister Bartoszewski to make official visit to Ukraine [Lviv, Kyiv] on 8-9 July 2001 (BBC/FT-Warsaw) 07/06/2001
  • Hour-long disconnection at Ukrainian nuclear power plant (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/06/2001
  • Ukraine closes nuclear reactor because of generator fault (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/06/2001
  • Nikolai Basov: Nobel Prize-winning Russian physicist who invented the forerunner of the laser by putting Einstein's theory into practic (Guardian/FT) 07/06/2001
  • Tennis: Wimbledon 2001 (Independent/FT) 07/06/2001
  • Slavic Festival Welcomes Influx of Bosnians, Russians (Salt Lake Tribune) 07/06/2001
  • New History of Ukraine (Discovering Archeology) 07/06/2001
  • A Hobbled Army Casts a Cloud in Macedonia (NY Times) 07/06/2001

  • UkrSat Launches News Site of Access Using Lucent Equipment (Stock Access) 07/05/2001
  • Citibank: We're here to stay ( 07/05/2001
  • Ukraine wants special partnership with NATO to grow stronger - foreign minister Zlenko (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/05/2001
  • Ukraine parliament rejects bank rescue package, millions face loss of savings (AFX/FT) 07/05/2001
  • World Bank to give Ukraine 58 mln usd over 4 yrs to combat AIDS, tuberculosis (AFX/FT) 07/05/2001
  • NATO chief Robertson interviewed by Ukrainian television (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/05/2001
  • NATO to provide security guarantees - Ukrainian foreign minister (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/05/2001
  • Ukrainian president Kuchma decries indifference to Afghanistan's problems (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/05/2001
  • Kazakhstan may cut Turkmen gas exports to Ukraine because of debts (BBC/FT-Bishkek) 07/05/2001
  • Ukrainian foreign minister Zlenko calls for dialogue on ABM treaty (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • Ukrainian foreign minister Zlenko tells NATO conference ABM Treaty need updating (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/05/2001
  • Ukrainian president hopes for continued good relations with Tajikistan (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • Ukraine: Labour minister reports drop in wage arrears (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • MPs may lose seats for changing factions - Ukrainian Constitutional Court (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • Slovak, Chilean presidents discuss military and economic cooperation, UN Security Council membership (BBC/FT-Bratislava) 07/05/2001
  • Chinese president to visit Russia, Europe from 15-25 July (BBC/FT-Beijing) 07/05/2001
  • Ukrainian foreign minister Zlenko thanks NATO chief Robertson for support (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/05/2001
  • NATO chief Robertson positive about Ukraine-Russia ties (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • NATO chief Robertson sets democratic standards for Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/05/2001
  • Moldovan speaker confirms Communist pledges, scorns Dnestr separatism (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/05/2001
  • Ukrainian parliament takes control over privatization body [State Property Fund] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • Ukrainian parliament approves tax cuts in principle (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • Ukraine abolishes duty-free in line with EU law (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • NATO chief welcomes joint projects in defence, space industry (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • Ukrainian defence [Kuzmuk], security [Marchuk] chiefs praise NATO's enlargement (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • Moldova: 300 protest in capital against border treaty with Ukraine (BBC/FT-Chisinau) 07/05/2001
  • Russian TV presenter responds to Kiev defamation charge (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/05/2001
  • Finance/Companies news briefs (Oil & Gas Journal) 07/05/2001
  • Continental cowboys: Curator Robert Cohon educates public about the forgotten Scythians (KC Jewish Chronicle) 07/05/2001
  • Ukrainian amnesty for 35,000 minor offenders - Russian agency (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/05/2001
  • Ukraine: President Kuchma rejects law on parliamentary elections (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/05/2001
  • Ukraine: New head of Lviv Regional council elected (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/05/2001
  • Giving Europe's Leaders Something to Think About (Wash Post) 07/05/2001
  • Paris Golden Gala Set to Break World Record (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/05/2001
  • Photo: Leonid Kuchma welcomes NATO Secretary-General George Robertson (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/05/2001
  • Photo: German epee fencer Michael Flegler, right, fights against Dmiti Karychenko (AP/Yahoo) 07/05/2001
  • Examples of Legal Drinking Age (AP/Yahoo) 07/05/2001
  • NATO Head Robertson Joins Tug of Love Over Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/05/2001
  • NATO Head Robertson Joins Tug of Love Over Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/05/2001
  • 1.5 million state certificates for land submitted (AgriUkraine) 07/05/2001
  • Ukraine and NATO: Making the Right Choices for the 21st Century - Speech in Kyiv by NATO Secretary General, Lord Robertson (NATO) 07/05/2001
  • Ukraine's reformed army will be adaptable to western forces - security chief [Marchuk] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • NATO chief pledges assistance in Ukraine's military reform (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • NATO Secretary-General [George Robertson] visits Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • Tajik President Rahmonov arrives in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/05/2001
  • Tajik president leaves for Ukraine (BBC/FT-Dushanbe) 07/05/2001
  • Russian ambassador [Chernomyrdin] to promote Ukrainian investment in Russia (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/05/2001
  • Ukraine: Interior minister reports large-scale corruption, shadow economy (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/05/2001
  • Ukraine: Expert [Valeriy Ivasyuk] in missing journalist [Gongadze] case returns from asylum in UK (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/05/2001
  • Exploding shells, hidden in scrap, damage Ukrainian smelter (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/05/2001
  • Boxing: Hide given opportunity to resurrect career (Independent/FT) 07/05/2001
  • Слідство по-столичному, або А хто ж злочинець [прес-конф 9.7.01] (IREX) 07/05/2001

  • Ukraine's Transition Is Unfinished (IH Tribune) 07/04/2001
  • Ukraine Must Respect 'Democratic Norms' To Receive Aid (RFE/RL) 07/04/2001
  • Greene And Jones Claim Sprint Wins (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/04/2001
  • Lord Robertson in Ukraine [NATO] (NATO) 07/04/2001
  • Season's best [sprinters] (CNNSI) 07/04/2001
  • Ukrainian government insists on sale of 51% stake in UMC (Europemedia) 07/04/2001
  • NATO: Ukraine Must Respect 'Democratic Norms' To Receive Aid (RFE/RL) 07/04/2001
  • Land of opportunity, struggle: Immigrants' job skills don't always translate (Chicago Tribune) 07/04/2001
  • Ukrainian Catholic diocese ousts pastor (Syracuse Newspapers) 07/04/2001
  • Photos: Independence Day 2001 Fireworks in New York City / День Незалежність (BRAMA) 07/04/2001
  • Montenegro: Serbian premier urged to stop importing radioactive Ukraine steel (BBC/FT-Podgorica) 07/04/2001
  • Ukrainian Prime Minister rules out debts-for-assets deal with Gazprom (AFX) 07/04/2001
  • CanArgo Closes NOK 68 Million Private Placement (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 07/04/2001
  • Sprinter Maurice Greene the man to beat (Business Day) 07/04/2001
  • Ukraine: British firm ups stake in oil and gas company (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/04/2001
  • Bulgaria: Cabinet approves Black Sea task force agreement (BBC/FT-Sofia) 07/04/2001
  • Russia, Ukraine sign border protocol (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/04/2001
  • Ukraine edges onto world stage (BBC) 07/04/2001
  • Iran: Ukraine eager to expand Tehran-Kiev-EU ties (BBC/FT-Tehran) 07/04/2001
  • Літній Університет 2001: Європейська інтеграція – перспективи для України (прес-конф 5.7.01) (IREX) 07/04/2001
  • Ukraine: Premier sets deadline for repayment of wage arrears (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/04/2001
  • Ukraine: Labour minister reports drop in wage arrears (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/04/2001
  • Ukraine state budget on target - finance minister (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/04/2001
  • Ukrainian National Bank details hard currency reserves (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/04/2001
  • June inflation rate up in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/04/2001
  • Russian company planning export of nuclear energy (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/04/2001
  • Hungary to hold talks with Ukraine, Slovakia, Croatia on status law (BBC/FT-Budapest) 07/04/2001
  • Ukrainian paper [Kievskiye Vedomosti] interviews influential centrist party leader, first vice speaker [Viktor Medvedchuk] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/04/2001
  • A Satellite School in Brazil to Train Tomorrow's Ballet Stars (NY Times) 07/04/2001
  • World Business Briefing (NY Times) 07/04/2001
  • Coup Plotters Defend Their Case (AP/Yahoo) 07/04/2001

  • Shevchenko stays with AC Milan (BBC Sport) 07/03/2001
  • Opinion: The Wrong Way to Protect the Jewish Past (NY Times) 07/03/2001
  • NATO Secretary General to Visit Ukraine (BRAMA) 07/03/2001
  • Sheva dashes Spurs hopes (Sportal) 07/03/2001
  • UKRAINIAN DYNAMO (National Post) 07/03/2001
  • Four drown in boating mishaps (Toronto Star) 07/03/2001
  • Ukraine: Latest Russian Proposal On Gas Debts Turned Down (RFE/RL) 07/03/2001
  • Ukraine, Russia Apply Reciprocal VAT on Exports (TaxWire) 07/03/2001
  • VAT imposed on import of Russian commodities (AgriUkraine) 07/03/2001
  • На імпорт російських товарів введено ПДВ (AgriUkraine) 07/03/2001
  • Gold's Gym International Presents the 12th Annual World Sportaerobic Championship (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 07/03/2001
  • Latest Russian Proposal On Gas Debts Turned Down (RFE/RL) 07/03/2001
  • Ukrainian National Bank's hard currency reserves exceed 2bn dollars (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001
  • Family celebrates 50 years of freedom in U.S., McPherson (McPherson Sentinel) 07/03/2001
  • Ukraine: Leader in Communist office seizure temporarily released (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001
  • Ukraine: Over 6,000 troops to take part in Independence Day military parade (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001
  • Shevchenko inks new deal with AC Milan (Sports Network) 07/03/2001
  • Shevchenko stays with AC Milan (BBC) 07/03/2001
  • Ukrainian industrial policy minister outlines military export plans (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001
  • Ukrainian top prosecutor reportedly wants justice minister Syuzanna Stanik dismissed (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/03/2001
  • Journalist badly injured in assault in eastern Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001
  • Ukrainian speaker Plyushch wants proportional electoral system and new tax code (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/03/2001
  • Ukrainian deputies agree to look into allegations against former security chief (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001
  • Former Ukrainian premier [ Yushchenko ] most trusted politician - opinion poll (BBC/FT-Lviv) 07/03/2001
  • Latvian president urges not to give bribes to officials; meets with former Ukraine PM Yuschenko (BBC/FT-Tallinn) 07/03/2001
  • Ukraine: British firm increases stake in oil and gas company (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001
  • Ukraine: Communists urge parliament to support Milosevic (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001
  • Ukraine's president has tightened his grasp on power (BCE) 07/03/2001
  • Ukrainian president [ Kuchma ] denies trade war with Russia, blames gas debt on ousted PM [ Yushchenko ] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/03/2001
  • German government has issued 8,000 green cards (Regierung hat 8000 Green Cards vergeben) (Die Welt/FT) 07/03/2001
  • Czech census shows growth in indigenous population (BBC/FT-Prague) 07/03/2001
  • Passengers 'scared to death' on liner (BBC) 07/03/2001
  • Cruise ship held in port over safety - Greek officers, crew is Ukrainian (Independent/FT) 07/03/2001
  • Ukrainian minister discloses plan to make NATO tanks - TV (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/03/2001
  • Macedonian defence minister expresses doubts about NATO mission (BBC/FT-Skopje) 07/03/2001
  • Milosevic extradition may cause instability - Ukrainian foreign minister Zlenko (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001
  • Ukraine for easing sanctions against Iraq - Foreign Ministry (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001
  • Moldovan leader against Dnestr region becoming international issue (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/03/2001
  • CellPoint and E-Plus Sign Group License Frame Agreement for Mobile Location Systems (BusinessWire/Excite) 07/03/2001

  • The Tailored Jacket's Secret Revenge (IH Tribune) 07/02/2001
  • World Business Leaders Converge in London to Declare Top University Team (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 07/02/2001
  • President's Letter To The Speaker Of The House Of epresentatives And The President of the Senate (US Newswire) 07/02/2001
  • Ukraine gets tip on grain (Cincinnati Enquirer) 07/02/2001
  • Exchange program seeks host families (Odessa American) 07/02/2001
  • Internet led to new job, home for Ukraine worker: Mike Wendland Column (Detroit Free Press) 07/02/2001
  • Results: Italy wins its fourth successive European bridge championship (Irish Times/FT) 07/02/2001
  • Ukraine, Russia to hold gas debt talks in Oct (AFX/FT) 07/02/2001
  • Ukraine comes in highest, Russia in sixth place in CIS league table of industrial growth (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/02/2001
  • Ukraine: French assistance in missing journalist case reportedly rejected (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/02/2001
  • Ukraine, Russia charge 20 pct VAT on each others' imports (AFX/FT) 07/02/2001
  • Opinion: Twisted view of Papal visit (Edmonton Journal) 07/02/2001
  • AES Acquires Majority of Thermo Ecotek's Energy Assets (BusinessWire/Excite) 07/02/2001
  • Tall Ships To Sail Into Cleveland (WEWS/Yahoo) 07/02/2001
  • Meteorological center forecasts: harvest 2001 will grow by 38 pct. (AgriUkraine) 07/02/2001
  • SURVEY - INVESTING IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: High oil prices lubricate region's biggest economy: RUSSIA AND THE FORMER SOVIET UNION by Robert Cottrell: Russian demand for imports has fuelled economic growth in all 12 countries of the ex-Soviet Union for the first time since the Soviet collapse (Financial Times) 07/02/2001
  • The Pope takes on an empire armed only with his faith (Globe and Mail) 07/02/2001
  • Denied asylum by U.S., sailor turned to God (Chicago Tribune) 07/02/2001
  • Ukraine to train Macedonian air force pilots, assist in military construction (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/02/2001
  • Generating set relaunched after maintenance at South Ukraine plant (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/02/2001
  • Ukraine: Generating set briefly goes off line at Zaporizhzhya nuclear plant (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/02/2001
  • Ukraine: President's spokesman welcomes Milosevic extradition (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/02/2001
  • A curious monument with no epitaph sums up the years of bitterness [Patrick Cockburn takes a dim view of Ukraine] (Independent) 07/02/2001
  • Foreign state, party leaders greet Chinese Communist Party's anniversary (BBC/FT-Beijing) 07/02/2001
  • Ukraine: US backtracks on pledge to fund Chernobyl replacement reactors (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/02/2001
  • Opinion: This Week They Said (Irish Times/FT) 07/02/2001
  • Rowing: Olympic duo lead Britain's assault on medals (Independent/FT) 07/02/2001
  • [Sports] Results (Guardian/FT) 07/02/2001
  • Murals illuminate Holocaust legacy row: Israel has taken the last work of a young Polish Jew from a town now in Ukraine (Guardian) 07/02/2001
  • SURVEY - INVESTING IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: Better balance sheets than in the west: TELECOMS by Astrid Wendlandt: The market has huge potential for growth, but western companies that have been stung at home have little appetite for futher investment. This could delay liberalisation (Financial Times) 07/02/2001
  • SURVEY - INVESTING IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: Foreign investors put foot on investment accelerator: AUTO MANUFACTURING by Ryan James Tutak: After a slow start, carmakers are making long-term commitments (Financial Times) 07/02/2001
  • SURVEY - INVESTING IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: Well prepared to weather the downturn: For the first time since 1989 every country has registered growth in GDP. This leaves the region in good shape (Financial Times) 07/02/2001
  • SURVEY - INVESTING IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: Difficult balance between spending and reform: ECONOMY by Stefan Wagstyl: Measures to alleviate unemployment must be weighed up against the need for discipline (Financial Times) 07/02/2001
  • PROJECT MANAGER position available: University of North London (Guardian) 07/02/2001
  • Tense Macedonia to Greet Special U.S. Envoy (Reuters/Excite) 07/02/2001
  • Armani Shows Off Menswear Collection (AP/Excite) 07/02/2001

  • Massive population shift towards developing world (Bangkok Post/FT) 07/01/2001
  • Mission of mercy: A Ukrainian woman battles red tape to be with her dying father (South Bend Tribune) 07/01/2001
  • Bring Mother Russia Into the Fold (LA Times) 07/01/2001
  • A Dangerous Pursuit of Beauty, in Life and on the Screen (NY Times) 07/01/2001
  • Clashes at EU economic summit (CNN) 07/01/2001
  • Global e-Commerce Study Reveals Number of Online Shoppers (BusinessWire/Excite) 07/01/2001
  • IQ Labs Appoints Vladimir Kamen as Chief Technical Officer and VP of Engineering (BusinessWire/Excite) 07/01/2001
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