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  • Marcy Kaptur: Congressional Ukrainian Caucus - Letter to PM Viktor Yanukovych (Congressional Record) 04/30/2004
  • EU's Outsiders Look in with Envy and Bitterness (The Scotsman) 04/30/2004
  • Йосиф Сталін не стане громадянином ЄС (BBC Ukrainian) 04/30/2004
  • Єврокомісія: розширення ЄС добре для України (BBC Ukrainian) 04/30/2004
  • Преса в Україні менш вільна, ніж в Іраку? (BBC Ukrainian) 04/30/2004
  • Українські підрозділи в Іраку переоснастять (BBC Ukrainian) 04/30/2004
  • Demjanjuk was Nazi guard, court rules (AP/CNN) 04/30/2004
  • UN refugee agency concerned by new EU law on asylum seekers (UN News Centre) 04/30/2004
  • European Union Expansion [Whether Ukraine and Russia will ultimately join will depend on how democracy and free markets advance there, and whether the EU decides it's just expanded enough. 'Expansion fatigue' is certainly beginning to set in.] (Wash Post) 04/30/2004
  • Non-EU Members Ponder Outsider Status (AP/Guardian) 04/30/2004
  • Europe Reunites in Blaze of Joy at EU Enlargement (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/30/2004
  • Kuchma approves socio-economic development strategy for 2004-2015 (Interfax) 04/30/2004
  • Washington calls on Ukraine to prepare realistic project of Odesa-Brody use (Interfax) 04/30/2004
  • Ukraine wants free trade zone at first step of CES implementation [Common Economic Space or Single Economic Space] (Interfax) 04/30/2004
  • Kuchma disappointed with another protraction by EU issue of Ukraine's market economy status (Interfax) 04/30/2004
  • Kuchma calls for increased trade with Portugal (Interfax) 04/30/2004
  • Photo: Irina Yarotska of Ukraine performs on the balance beam during the women's European Artistic Gymnastics championships in Amsterdam (Reuters) 04/30/2004
  • Romania Recaptures European Team Title (Int'l Gymnast) 04/30/2004
  • Under-17 Team Guide: Ukraine (UEFA) 04/30/2004
  • Basketball: Kiev Close in on Final (FIBA Europe) 04/30/2004
  • SBU planning to set up independent foreign intelligence service (Interfax) 04/30/2004
  • Ukraine hopes larger Europe will not confine itself to its domestic issues - statement (Interfax) 04/30/2004
  • NSDC says Ukrainian peacekeepers will stay in Iraq (Interfax) 04/30/2004
  • Alleged Nazi guard loses appeal [Demjanjuk] (BBC) 04/30/2004
  • Another Legal Setback for Accused Nazi Demjanjuk (Reuters/CNN) 04/30/2004
  • Узгоджено спільні правила ЄС щодо притулку (BBC Ukrainian) 04/30/2004
  • Eastern promise [Lviv as the Ukrainians call it, Lvov as the Bolsheviks used to call it, and Lemburg] (Guardian) 04/30/2004
  • What's the EU's point in keeping Ukraine away? By Yuliya Tymoshenko (Taipei Times) 04/30/2004
  • Di Luca sidelined, while Simoni looks to Giro; Ullrich readies for July [Yaroslav Popovych] (Velonews) 04/30/2004
  • Photo: Dmitro Tsyrul of Ukraine (L) checks Japan's Kengo Ito during the first period of their relegation round match at the Ice Hockey World championship, in Ostrava (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/30/2004
  • Photo: Sergei Varlamov of Ukraine (L) checks Japan's Nobuhiro Sugawara during the first period of their relegation round match at the Ice Hockey World championship, in Ostrava (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/30/2004
  • Photo: Olexander Matviichuk of Ukraine (R) checks Japan's Kiyoshi Fujita during the first period of their relegation round match at the Ice Hockey World championship, in Ostrava (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/30/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Semenchenko of Ukraine (R) checks Japan's Kiyoshi Fujita during the first period of their relegation round match at the Ice Hockey World championship, in Ostrava (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/30/2004
  • Міськрада Києва - за виведення українців з Іраку (BBC Ukrainian) 04/30/2004
  • Thousand of migrants provide vital workforce in menial jobs (Yorkshire Post) 04/30/2004
  • Rabies clinic timely and appropriate [Pagedown to: A dinner featuring Ukrainian food will be served from 4:30-7 p.m. tomorrow at the Mountainville United Methodist Church on Angola Road off Route 32 in the Town of Cornwall. It will be prepared by Orysya Ngale, a native of the Ukraine who is married to the Rev. Samual Ngale, a native of Mozambique. He will prepare the dessert.] (Middletown Times Herald-Record) 04/30/2004
  • 3000 Orthodox and Catholics Make Ecumenical Pilgrimage to New Jersey, USA (RISU) 04/30/2004
  • Вибори у Мукачевому - жахлива репетиція президентських виборів (BBC Ukrainian) 04/30/2004
  • Chernobyl reactor needs new cover (Big News Network) 04/30/2004

  • Flawed Democracies: Center unveils new tool to track political accountability around the world [Ukraine - weak] (CPI) 04/29/2004
  • Protesters Target Cigarette-Maker Altria (AFP/Yahoo) 04/29/2004
  • Ex-Soviet states plead to leap on EU enlargement train (AFP/Yahoo) 04/29/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Brad Richards celebrates his goal with teammate Ruslan Fedotenko (AP/Yahoo) 04/29/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning center Brad Richards celebrates his team's second goal against the Montreal Canadiens with teammate Ruslan Fedotenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/29/2004
  • Basketball: BC Kiev and Azovmash Take Semi-Final Leads (FIBA Europe) 04/29/2004
  • Freedom House: українська преса залишається невiльною (VOA) 04/29/2004
  • Мукачiвськi вибори - репетицiя президентських? (VOA) 04/29/2004
  • На полiтреформi крапку ще не поставлено (VOA) 04/29/2004
  • Українську економіку не обіцяють визнати ринковою (BBC Ukrainian) 04/29/2004
  • Greek Catholic Cardinal Husar Visits Odesa (RISU) 04/29/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) and his Polish counterpart Aleksander Kwasniewski embrace each other during their meeting at the Presidential Palace in Warsaw (AFP/Yahoo) 04/29/2004
  • Photo: President of Romania Ion Iliescu, President of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma, President of Latvia Vaira Vike-Freiberga, Commissioner for Enlargement of the European Union Guenther Verheugen, President of Poland Aleksander Kwasniewski, President of the Swiss Confederation and Federal Councillor of the Economy, Joseph Deiss, and President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili, from left, pose on the stage prior to a plenary session of the European Economic Summit in Warsaw (AP/Yahoo) 04/29/2004
  • Statement by the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations H.E. Ambassador Valeriy Kuchynsky at the special event commemorating the 18th anniversary of the Chornobyl disaster (BRAMA) 04/29/2004
  • 'Чорнобильське серце' застукало у залі Генеральної Асамблеї ООН (BRAMA) 04/29/2004
  • Photo essay: Ukrainian 'Sviachene' in New York City (BRAMA) 04/29/2004
  • Pustovoytenko Announces He is Not Ready to Refuse Participation in Presidential Elections in Favor of Yanukovych (UNIAN) 04/29/2004
  • Ukrainian journalist arrested for hunger striking (UANewswire) 04/29/2004
  • Ever-expanding Union? (Economist) 04/29/2004
  • Where does Europe end? (Baltic Times) 04/29/2004
  • Analysis: New customers to redraw borders of prosperity [EU enlargment] (Guardian) 04/29/2004
  • Comment: Unfinished symphony [EU enlargment] (Guardian) 04/29/2004
  • No man's land in EU (Budapest Sun) 04/29/2004
  • The Chernobyl effect and North Korea (Asia Times) 04/29/2004
  • Дiяльнiсть Фонду допомоги дiтям ... [from 4/27/04] (VOA) 04/29/2004
  • Poland's EU border challenge (Radio Netherlands) 04/29/2004
  • EU Cracks Down on Migrant Labor as Its Borders Stretch Eastward (Bloomberg) 04/29/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians holding passports and application forms queue outside the Polish consulate to get visas in the western city of Lviv April 24, 2004. Ukraine's neighbors Poland, Slovakia and Hungary join the European Union on May 1, 2004, and some say the EU expansion will create a new division in Europe 15 years after the fall of Communism appeared to dissolve barriers between East and West. Picture taken April 24, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/29/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian border guard with his sniffer dog approaches a truck to be inspected at a checkpoint in Shegyni, at the Ukrainian-Polish border April 24, 2004. Ukraine's neighbors Poland, Slovakia and Hungary join the European Union on May 1, 2004, and some say the EU expansion will create a new division in Europe 15 years after the fall of Communism appeared to dissolve barriers between east and west. Picture taken April 24, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/29/2004
  • Frontier [Border] Underscore Increase of Number of Tourists, Arriving in Ukraine This Year (UNIAN) 04/29/2004
  • One More Ukrainian Peacemaker Perished As Result of Wounds in Iraq (UNIAN) 04/29/2004
  • Three American soldiers were killed, fighting renewed in al-Falluja [Gov't of Ukraine said earlier yesterday that one of its soldiers was killed and a second died of his wounds in al-Sweira area] (Arabic News) 04/29/2004
  • U.S. Warplane Fires on Fallujah Targets (AP/Yahoo) 04/29/2004
  • Hryschenko leaves for Dublin meeting of Ukraine-Troika EU (Interfax) 04/29/2004
  • Photo: Portuguese President Jorge Sampaio, Latvia's President Vaira Vike-Freiberga , Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma and Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski (L-R) pose for photographers during photo call at the presidential palace in Warsaw April 28, 2004. Representatives from 45 countries have gathered in the Polish capital for a three-day European Economic summit devoted to the economic impact of the European Union (news - web sites)'s May 1 enlargement. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/29/2004
  • Kuchma leaves for European Economic Summit in Poland (Interfax) 04/29/2004
  • Odesa-Brody reverse will deprive Ukraine of oil transport business - Pifer (Interfax) 04/29/2004
  • Obit: Olga Golemba, 77, native of Ukraine (Boston Globe) 04/29/2004
  • Local priest marks three anniversaries (Monessen Valley Independent) 04/29/2004
  • New York court is set to examine how the remains of a global Holocaust settlement fund should be distributed (NZZ) 04/29/2004
  • Acccusations, ill will 6 years after Holocaust bank settlement (AP/Newsday) 04/29/2004
  • Better Red than dead: Red Elvises take rockabilly for manic ride (Winston-Salem Journal) 04/29/2004
  • Ukrainian peacekeepers in Iraq: casualties announced [To date: 1 journalist and 6 Ukrainian soldiers dead, 16 wounded] (UANewswire) 04/29/2004

  • Levin: Ukrainian democracy (Congressional Record) 04/28/2004
  • Curt Weldon: Commemorating the 18th anniversary of Chernobyl (Congressional Record) 04/28/2004
  • Human trafficking victims 'drop' (BBC) 04/28/2004
  • Not for the faint of heart: Oscar-winning documentary about Chornobyl screened at UN SPECIAL (BRAMA) 04/28/2004
  • Ukrainian American NGOs at UN screening of Oscar-winning documentary about Chornobyl FOTO/S (BRAMA) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Germany's Birgit Prinz fights for the ball with Ukraine's Nataliya Zhdanova and Alla Lyshafay (AP/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Germany close in on qualification (UEFA) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Toronto Maple Leafs Alexei Ponikarovsky celebrates his team's second goal with teammates Bryan McCabe, Wade Belak and Nik Antropov (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Toronto Maple Leafs' winger Alexei Ponikarovsky, of Kiev, Ukraine, celebrates his second period goal against the Philadelphia Flyers (AP/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Toronto Maple Leafs' winger Alexei Ponikarovsky, of Kiev, Ukraine, celebrates his second period goal past Philadelphia Flyers' goaltender Robert Esche (AP/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Toronto Maple Leafs’ Alexei Ponikarovsky deflects the puck past Philadelphia Flyers goalie Robert Esche (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Slovakia's Miroslav Karhan tackles Ukraine's Oleg Shelayev during their friendly soccer match at Dynamo stadium in Kiev (Reuters) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Anatoliy Tymoschuk challenges Slovakia's Radoslav Zabavnik during their friendly soccer match at Dynamo stadium in Kiev (Reuters) 04/28/2004
  • Odessa: Much more than a postcard [Book] (Jerusalem Post) 04/28/2004
  • Ukraine's barren patch continues (UEFA) 04/28/2004
  • Rights watchdog says harsh drug policies fuelling AIDS in Russia [Russia, Ukraine, and the Baltic state of Estonia suffering from some of the fastest growing rates of HIV/AIDS in the world] (AFP) 04/28/2004
  • В Iраку загинув ще один український миротворець (VOA) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Germany's Britta Carlson and Ukraine's Dariya Apanashchenko go for the ball during the women's soccer European Championships qualification match between Germany and Ukraine in Oldenburg (AP/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Germany's Petra Wimbersky goes to score 5-0 and is followed by Ukraine's Olena Mazurenko and Germany's Ariane Hingst (AP/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Л.Кучма: висновки щодо Мукачевого - пізніше (BBC Ukrainian) 04/28/2004
  • Expansion Brings Little Joy To Cross-Border Traders In Belarus, Ukraine (RFE/RL) 04/28/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma Urges MPs to Cut President's Power (Reuters) 04/28/2004
  • Hockey: U.S. Tops Ukraine to Stave Off Relegation Round Play (Reuters) 04/28/2004
  • Кучма готується критикувати ЄС (BBC Ukrainian) 04/28/2004
  • Free trade zone should be created within GUUAM - Saakashvili [GUUAM = Georgia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Moldova] (Interfax) 04/28/2004
  • President Leonid Kuchma has ordered the State Committee for Nationalities and Migration to organize cooperation with the Ukrainians residing abroad (Главред) 04/28/2004
  • On this day - 1986: Soviets admit nuclear accident [The report, from the official news agency, Tass, said there had been casualties but gave no details of numbers. It said aid was being sent to the injured.] (BBC) 04/28/2004
  • Another Ukrainian K.O.: female journalist smashed on the head (UANewswire) 04/28/2004
  • US Ready to Help Ukrainian Companies Win Iraqi Tenders (Главред) 04/28/2004
  • [Pagedown] Is the Mukacheve ballot a forerunner of the presidential race? The end of Russian-language broadcasting? (REF/RL) 04/28/2004
  • Half of Ukrainians Not Acquainted with Proposed Amendments to Constitution - Survey (UNIAN) 04/28/2004
  • Kuchma Believes Legal to Consider Two Draft Laws on Amendments to Constitution at Current Supreme Rada Session (UNIAN) 04/28/2004
  • Цитата дня: Кучма про російську синицю та європейського журавля (УНІАН) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma gestures as he answers media questions at a news conference at the presidential press centre in Kiev, April 28, 2004. Kuchma offered his condolences to the family of the dead soldier, killed on patrol near Kut in Iraq on Wednesday, but said Ukraine's approximately 1,600 soldiers would be staying in Iraq. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko (R) greets Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili during their meeting in Kiev, April 28, 2004. Saakashvili arrived in Ukraine on Monday on a three-day official visit. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Kuchma Considers It Necessary to Reconsider Course of Events in Iraq (UNIAN) 04/28/2004
  • Ukrainian soldier killed in southeastern Iraq as US says talks to disarm Fallujah fighters continue (Al Bawaba) 04/28/2004
  • Another Ukrainian Soldier Killed in Iraq (Novinite) 04/28/2004
  • One Ukrainian killed in Iraq, Kuchma says will stay (Reuters/AlertNet) 04/28/2004
  • A Series of Explosions Rocks Fallujah (AP/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Three Coalition Soldiers Die in Iraq (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Blair defends US onslaught [Today a Ukrainian soldier was killed and two wounded when 'bandits' attacked a patrol near the town of Kut.] (London Evening Standard) 04/28/2004
  • Another Ukrainian peacekeeper dies in Iraq (Part 2) (Interfax) 04/28/2004
  • Ukrainian peacekeeper dies in Iraq (Interfax Moscow) 04/28/2004
  • Ukrainian Peacemaker Perished In Iraq, Another Two – Injured (UNIAN) 04/28/2004
  • Poor security 'threatens to reduce power supply targets' [Iraq] (Financial Times) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Vyacheslav Zavalnyuk checks Adam Hall of USA during their Group B preliminary round match at the Ice Hockey World championship in Ostrava April 28, 2004. USA won the match 7-1. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's keeper Konstantin Simchuk sits on the ice after Blake Sloan of U.S. scored his team's fifth goal during their Group B preliminary round match at the Ice Hockey World Championships in Ostrava April 28, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Photo: Ryan Malone of USA (L) checks Ukraine's Artem Gnidenko into the goalie Igor Karpenko during their Group B preliminary round match at the Ice Hockey World championship in Ostrava April 28, 2004. USA won the match 7-1. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Леонід Кучма: Одеса-Броди - в глухому куті (BBC Ukrainian) 04/28/2004
  • Ukraine Needs United Church, Says Orthodox (UOC-KP) Patriarch in Crimea (RISU) 04/28/2004
  • Kuchma calls on politicians not to make Ukrainian peacekeepers in Iraq political football (Interfax) 04/28/2004
  • Ukraine ready to invigorate cooperation with EU in war on terrorism, Lytvyn says (Interfax) 04/28/2004
  • Ukraine hopes Ukraine-EU action plan will be confirmed at July summit in Hague, Lytvyn says (Interfax) 04/28/2004
  • No Ukrainian mercenaries possible in Ajaria, Kuchma says (Interfax) 04/28/2004
  • Litvin says CES will compensate for EU expansion losses [Common Economic Space, a.k.a. Single Economic Space - SES] (Interfax) 04/28/2004
  • Ukraine will lose from Odessa-Brody reversal [Steven Pifer] (Interfax) 04/28/2004
  • European Economic Summit opens in Warsaw (AFP/Yahoo) 04/28/2004
  • Parliament Registers Bill to Exempt Religious Organizations from Charity Tax (RISU) 04/28/2004
  • Crimean Armenians Commemorate Genocide Victims (RISU) 04/28/2004
  • Remember the anniversary of Chornobyl [Atanas Kobryn column] (Sun Herald) 04/28/2004
  • Come Wi-Fi with me, croons Synartra [ The Synartra name actually comes from the Ukrainian founder of the company, computer scientist Alexandar Galitsky] (Techworld) 04/28/2004
  • Mineral brew grows 'cells' [Jerzy Maselko of the University of Alaska in Anchorage and Peter Strizhak of the Institute of Physical Chemistry in Kiev, Ukraine, made the discovery] (Nature) 04/28/2004
  • Inquest - Naked and Drunk Cleaner Found Dead in Cafe Royal (The Scotsman) 04/28/2004
  • Religious school where nun was killed three years ago will close [novice monk, Mykhaylo Kofel of Ukraine, accused of killing nun in 2001] (AP/Miami Herald) 04/28/2004
  • Wladimir Klitschko petitions World Boxing Organisation for rematch with Lamon Brewster (BBC) 04/28/2004

  • Chernobyl disaster still means little to Ukraine's ecologists (AFP/Taipei Times) 04/27/2004
  • Kuchma And Saakashvili Meet In Kyiv (VOA) 04/27/2004
  • Саакашвiлi в Києвi (VOA) 04/27/2004
  • Пайфер про майбутнє американсько-українських стосункiв (VOA) 04/27/2004
  • На літаку Аеросвіту, що не злетів з Шереметьєво ніхто не постраждав. 108 пасажирів чекають на інший рейс з Москви до Києва, а Аеросвіт вивчає причини випадку (BBC Ukrainian) 04/27/2004
  • Some Poles Uneasy About Guarding Eastern Border (VOA) 04/27/2004
  • Massacre in Mukacheve [Opposition parliamentarians resorted to expletive-filled tirades and Western envoys struggled to find diplomatic terms to express their concern over a disputed mayoral election in Mukacheve.] (Transitions Online) 04/27/2004
  • A Watershed Moment? Russia and Ukraine have signed a raft of agreements aimed at calming the troubled waters of their relationship and, on the eve of EU enlargement, to create an equivalent of the EU in the East. (Transitions Online) 04/27/2004
  • У Києві побито журналістку газети “CN-Столичные новости” (УНІАН) 04/27/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma says pipeline to Europe 'a dead-end' [Odessa-Brody] (Reuters) 04/27/2004
  • Mountains of Oil: How to end the Odesa-Brody intrigue (День) 04/27/2004
  • Putting faith in the domino theory [When Yulia Tymoshenko watched on television as Georgians rid themselves of their despised president last fall, one thought buzzed through her mind: Why couldn't the same thing happen in Ukraine?...] (Globe and Mail) 04/27/2004
  • [ВІДЕО/VIDEO - Real] Буш, Ірак, Мери України в США (VOA reports about Bush, Iraq, Ukrainian Mayors visit U.S.) (VOA) 04/27/2004
  • Will SES be Economic Space? (День) 04/27/2004
  • European integration and CES incompatible, says Chaly (Interfax) 04/27/2004
  • One Vector? [Ukraine's 'multivectoral' foreign policy] (День) 04/27/2004
  • EU/Russia: Landmark Enlargement Deal Signed, But Loose Ends Remain (RFE/RL) 04/27/2004
  • 45 nations to discuss economic impact of EU enlargement (EU Business) 04/27/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, right, and his Georgian counterpart Mikhail Saakashvili review an honour guard during a welcome ceremony in Kiev, Tuesday, April 27, 2004. Saakashvili is in Ukraine on a two-day official visit. (AP/Yahoo) 04/27/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, left, and his Georgian counterpart Mikhail Saakashvili smile and shake hands during a welcome ceremony in Kiev, Tuesday, April 27, 2004. Saakashvili is in Ukraine on the two-day official visit. (AP/Yahoo) 04/27/2004
  • Opinion: Ukraine Should Get Its Act Together (Moscow Times) 04/27/2004
  • Acts and Compromises: What did the Ukrainian Parliament ratify? (День) 04/27/2004
  • Duma Does Not Have to Deliberate for Ukraine [Russian Duma expressed concern over memorandum of understanding between Ukraine and NATO, as well as the National Television and Radio Council’s recommendations that television and radio broadcasts be only in the Ukrainian language] (День) 04/27/2004
  • James Mace: Ukrainizing Ukraine (День) 04/27/2004
  • Bush Sr. to Visit Ukraine [ made infamous 'Chicken Kiev speech' in 1991] (Главред) 04/27/2004
  • Doubts over whether Al Qaida has nukes [Islamic sources said Al Qaida procured tactical nuclear weapons in 1998 from Ukrainian scientists.] (Middle East Newsline) 04/27/2004
  • Sub-committee of Ukrainian Parliament visits JAFZA (AME Info) 04/27/2004
  • Photo: Widows [draped in Ukrainian flags] of those who died as a result of the Chernobyl catastrophe cry as they hold portraits of their husbands during a service and memorial ceremony devoted to the 18th anniversary of the tragedy in front of the Chernobyl Memorial in Kiev. In the Belarus capital some 3,000 people demonstrated to mark the anniversary demanding the government halt food production in contaminated areas and increase allowances for those still living in those areas (AFP/Yahoo) 04/27/2004
  • “Just Let Us Live till We Die!” [Chornobyl/Chernobyl] (День) 04/27/2004
  • Top Authorities, Orthodox (UOC-MP) Metropolitan Commemorate Chernobyl Heroes (RISU) 04/27/2004
  • Demonstrators mark Chernobyl anniversary in Belarus capital (AFP/Yahoo) 04/27/2004
  • Churches Cautioned against a Moralistic Approach to HIV/AIDS (LWF) 04/27/2004
  • Thousands in Ukraine Still Waiting for Anti-retroviral Drugs (LWF) 04/27/2004
  • Ukraine: Church and State Cooperation Vital in HIV/AIDS Protection, Care. Providing Free Anti-retroviral Drugs a Major Challenge [from 4/23/04] (LWF) 04/27/2004
  • Ukrainian Catholics in Morris hail advent of larger church (NJ Star-Ledger) 04/27/2004
  • Foreign educators visit Irvington (Argus) 04/27/2004
  • West Middle School teacher visits schools in Ukraine (Ann Arbor News) 04/27/2004
  • Prosecutors Want DNA from NJ Murder Defendant [59-year-old Lester Stuart Barney of Cherry Hill charged with murder for stabbing death of mail-order bride, 26-year-old Alla, from Ukraine] (KYW) 04/27/2004
  • Human rights museum receives $1M donation [endorsed by Ukrainian Canadian Congress] (Canadian Jewish News) 04/27/2004
  • Ukraine acclaim Vitali (Reuters/Eurosport) 04/27/2004
  • World Boxing Council heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko was acclaimed yesterday as the man who put Ukraine on the boxing map and salvaged the family reputation. (Reuters/The Star) 04/27/2004
  • 'Ці вибори були найдивнішим досвідом'. Спостерігач від Ради Європи на мукачівських виборах (BBC Ukrainian) 04/27/2004

  • Top U.S. court skeptical of foreign antitrust case [Vitamin price-fixing case] (Reuters) 04/26/2004
  • Ukraine Fatigue: Ukrainian and American Myths [Ukraine has the fourth-largest military contingent among the multinational coalition forces in Iraq, four casualties of war and not a single contract, whereas Russia, which contributed no troops and was opposing the war all along, has managed to secure a billion-dollar contract with the Iraqi energy ministry for a Russian company...] (Ukrainska Pravda) 04/26/2004
  • Russia eyes new EU with concern (BBC) 04/26/2004
  • Chernobyl Disaster's Health Impact Remains Cloudy (National Geographic) 04/26/2004
  • Ecologists not a force in Ukraine 18 years after Chernobyl (AFP/Terra Daily) 04/26/2004
  • Результати виборiв у Мукачевому були пофальшованi, говорить парламентська група (VOA) 04/26/2004
  • Чи перемагає Янукович Ющенка за рейтингом довiри-недовiри? (VOA) 04/26/2004
  • Дiяльнiсть Фонду допомоги дiтям Чорнобиля (VOA) 04/26/2004
  • Україна i генсек ООН вiдзначили 18-ту рiчницю Чорнобиля (VOA) 04/26/2004
  • Україна переглядає інтеграційні пріоритети (BBC Ukrainian) 04/26/2004
  • Спостерігачі Ради Європи рекомендують нові вибори в Мукачеві (BBC Ukrainian) 04/26/2004
  • Розширення ЄС - нові можливості чи ізоляція? (BBC Ukrainian) 04/26/2004
  • 'Чорнобильський шлях' Лукашенка (BBC Ukrainian) 04/26/2004
  • Туризм в Чорнобильській зоні (BBC Ukrainian) 04/26/2004
  • У Києві відзначили 18-річницю Чорнобиля (BBC Ukrainian) 04/26/2004
  • Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on the 18th anniversary of the Chernobyl accident (UN) 04/26/2004
  • Annan urges continued international support for victims of Chernobyl disaster (UN) 04/26/2004
  • Klitschko honored with Order of Courage medal (AP/CNNSI) 04/26/2004
  • Come back, Lennox, for your sake and boxing's (AP/CNNSI) 04/26/2004
  • Ukraine seek to spring surprise (UEFA) 04/26/2004
  • Zhanna Block named on the Balco supply list [banned drugs] (Guardian) 04/26/2004
  • Sailors treated by calm and sunny conditions at 2nd day of racing (Sailing News) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Valeri Shyryaev(R) of Ukraine trips Finland's Tomi Kallio during the first period of their Group B preliminary round match at the Ice Hockey World championships in Ostrava (Reuters) 04/26/2004
  • Ice Hockey-Czechs, Finns Cruise to Easy Wins (Reuters) 04/26/2004
  • Milla Jovovich Sued in 'Resident Evil' Pay Dispute (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • A 'Militceoner' for Soap Lake: Ukrainian reserve police officer, a first-ever for Grant County city (Columbia Basin Herald) 04/26/2004
  • Ukrainian church breaks new ground. Congregation hopes Hanover facility will provide ethnic connection in community (Parsippany Daily Record) 04/26/2004
  • 36% of Ukrainians Would Vote for Yushchenko, 33% - for Yanukovych, If They Participated in Presidential Elections - Poll (UNIAN) 04/26/2004
  • Govt changes European integration priorities, says Azarov (Ukrayinska Pravda) 04/26/2004
  • Only dreamers hope for Ukraine's quick entry to EU, says Kuchma (Interfax) 04/26/2004
  • Crimean forum to help Ukraine and Russia resolve problems, says Kuchma (Interfax) 04/26/2004
  • Majority of Ukrainians Does Not Believe that All Presidential Candidates to Have Equal Opportunities for Election Campaign in Mass Media (UNIAN) 04/26/2004
  • Accomplices [The story of Ukraine’s accession to the Single Economic Space (SES)...] (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/26/2004
  • A Question of Principle [Mukacheve, Medvedchuk...] (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/26/2004
  • 'Our Ukraine' Announces It Has Video-Tapes Confirming Baloha's Victory at Mukachevo Elections (UNIAN) 04/26/2004
  • OSCE chief urges probe into Mukacheve election debacle (Ukrayinska Pravda) 04/26/2004
  • Pifer hopes for unbiased and quick investigation of events in Mukacheve (Interfax) 04/26/2004
  • Ukraine hope for more U.S. support in its ascension to WTO (Interfax) 04/26/2004
  • IMF mission to visit Ukraine in May (Interfax) 04/26/2004
  • The Almanac: On this day in history in 1986, a fire at the Soviet Union's Chernobyl nuclear reactor north of Kiev resulted in the world's worst nuclear disaster. (UPI/Wash Times) 04/26/2004
  • Sightseeing in the dead zone (Sydney Morning Herald) 04/26/2004
  • Remembering Chernobyl (CBS) 04/26/2004
  • Chernobyl Victims: Don't Forget Us (CBS) 04/26/2004
  • Photo (file): General view of the sarcophagus at Chernobyl. The construction of a giant shell over the cracked sarcophagus has stirred controversy 18 years after an explosion at one of its reactors spewed 200 tonnes of radioactive magma into the air in the former Soviet republic (AFP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Plans to build new shell over Chernobyl reactor stir debate (AFP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Jockstrip: The world as we know it [Chernobyl: a tourist attraction] (UPI/Wash Times) 04/26/2004
  • Victims remember Chernobyl disaster (Irish Examiner) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Relatives of Chernobyl victims lay flowers at the monument to those who died as a result of Chernobyl explosion after effects, as Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster, in the capital Kiev Monday, April 26, 2004. Big black granite slabs are engraved with the names of hundreds of victims. (AP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: A relative of a Chernobyl victim carries red carnations to lay at the monument to those who died as a result of Chernobyl explosion after effects, as Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster, in the capital Kiev Monday, April 26, 2004. Black-framed photos of Chernobyl victims are seen at the monument's base, as well as a metal structure with the words 'To victims of Chernobyl tragedy' at bottom left. (AP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Praskoviya Nezhyvova places a photo of her son Viktor, who died following the clean-up operations for the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear explosion, at the Chernobyl's victim monument in Ukraine's capital Kiev, Monday April 26, 2004. On Monday, Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, which spread radiation over much of northern Europe. (AP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich take part in a ceremony to lay flowers at the monument to Chernobyl catastrophe victims in Kiev, April 26, 2004. Ukraine is marking the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear tragedy, when an explosion at Reactor four of the Chernobyl power plant spewed a cloud of radioactivity across Europe and the Soviet Union. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: A relative of a worker who died after battling the blaze and entombing the smoldering Chernobyl power plant in 1986, mourns at the memorial to Chernobyl victims in Kiev, April 26, 2004. Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear tragedy, when an explosion at Reactor four of the Chernobyl power plant spewed a cloud of radioactivity across Europe and the Soviet Union. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Veterans remember their friends at a grave for firefighters, in a cemetery, just outside Moscow, Monday, April 26, 2004. Across the former Soviet Union, people lit candles, laid flowers and held demonstrations Monday to mark the 18th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, which spread radiation over much of northern Europe. In all, 7 million people in the former Soviet republics of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine are estimated to suffer physical or psychological effects of radiation related to the April 26, 1986, catastrophe, when reactor No. 4 exploded and caught fire. (AP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: A relative of a worker who died after battling the blaze and entombing the smouldering Chernobyl power plant in 1986, mourns at the memorial to Chernobyl victims in Kiev, April 26, 2004. Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear tragedy, when an explosion at Reactor four of the Chernobyl power plant spewed a cloud of radioactivity across Europe and the Soviet Union. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Vasdili Vaschyuk, center, remembers his firefighter son Nikolai, at his grave at a cemetery, just outside Moscow, Monday, April 26, 2004. Across the former Soviet Union, people lit candles, laid flowers and held demonstrations Monday to mark the 18th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, which spread radiation over much of northern Europe. In all, 7 million people in the former Soviet republics of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine are estimated to suffer physical or psychological effects of radiation related to the April 26, 1986, catastrophe, when reactor No. 4 exploded and caught fire. Others are unidentified. (AP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Alehandra Lihova, sister of a worker who died following the clean-up operations for the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear explosion, wipes tears away at the wreath laying ceremony at the Chernobyl's victim monument in Ukraine's capital Kiev, Monday, April 26, 2004. A tomb stela depicting the sarcophagus is on the right. On April 26 Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the Chernobyl world's worst nuclear disaster. (AP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: A file picture shows an aerial view of the ruined fourth reactor of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Ukraine marks on Monday, April 26, 2004 the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear tragedy, when an explosion at Reactor four of the Chernobyl power plant spewed a cloud of radioactivity across Europe and the Soviet Union. Photo taken April 1986. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians light up candles to commemorate those who died after the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe, during a night service at the memorial to Chernobyl firefighters in the city of Slavutych near the Chernobyl plant, early April 26, 2004. Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear tragedy since Chernobyl's reactor No.4 exploded sending radioactive clouds in the air, poisoning vast areas in Ukraine, Belarus and Russia, contaminating much of Europe. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • The duke, the spies, and the KGB: how cold war plotting entangled Soviet royal visit (Guardian) 04/26/2004
  • Ukraine: hackers school (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/26/2004
  • ONE hundred people mark anniversary of Chernobyl disaster in Kiev (AFP/SpaceDaily) 04/26/2004
  • Welcome to the dead zone [Soviet Union's Chernobyl power plant in the the Ukraine] (Straits Times) 04/26/2004
  • В Україні обходять вісімнадцяту річницю аварії на ЧАЕС (BBC Ukrainian) 04/26/2004
  • Klitschko's next move (BBC) 04/26/2004
  • Klitschko courting Lewis for rematch (London Evening Standard) 04/26/2004
  • Klitschko takes giant step (San Diego Union-Tribune) 04/26/2004
  • Specter, Toomey make last-minute appeals (Philadelphia Inquirer) 04/26/2004
  • On eve of E.U. expansion, Jews see mixture of risk and opportunity (JTA) 04/26/2004
  • Kyiv Conference Gathers Different Religions to Discuss Problems (RISU) 04/26/2004
  • True Orthodox Church Persecuted by Authorities, Orthodox (UOC-MP) in Dzerzhynsk (RISU) 04/26/2004
  • Eastern Europe's immigration challenge (IHT) 04/26/2004

  • He who would be king (BBC) 04/25/2004
  • UNICEF: HIV-AIDS, Iodine Deficiency Rate Reach Alarming ... (VOA) 04/25/2004
  • Sen. Hillary Clinton Calls for More Troops in Iraq (KCBS/Yahoo) 04/25/2004
  • An Expanding Europe, in Decline (Wash Post) 04/25/2004
  • Photo: Montreal Canadiens goalie Jose Theodore robs Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko of Ukraine on a backhand shot (AP/Yahoo) 04/25/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko is challenged by Udinese's captain Valerio Bertotto (Reuters) 04/25/2004
  • Desovietizing post-Chornobyl Ukraine [UACC] (BRAMA) 04/25/2004
  • UN wants to end confusion about Chernobyl (Reuters/AlertNet) 04/25/2004
  • ID thieves identifying how to get your info [investigators believe security breach at BJ's involved Russian, Ukrainian and Asian thieves] (Boston Herald) 04/25/2004
  • Photo: Teodozii Onyskiv's wife and her sister were among the many women who left the Ukrainian town of Mikulintsi to work in Italy. (Wash Post) 04/25/2004
  • Ukraine Sees a New 'Iron Curtain' in EU Expansion [Teodozii Onyskiv's wife and her sister were among the many women who left the Ukrainian town of Mikulintsi to work in Italy.] (Wash Post) 04/25/2004
  • Poland Is Worried That Border Controls Create a New Divide (NY Times) 04/25/2004
  • Opinion: A view of another world [Ukraine, a country with a complicated history mostly connected to Russia...] (Macon Telegraph) 04/25/2004
  • Day-tripping tourists flocking to Chernobyl 'dead zone' (Chicago Sun Times) 04/25/2004
  • Putting the face to the forgery [Iryna Manyk, 24, and her husband Serhiy, 26, arrived from the Ukraine on false Israeli passports...] (New Zealand Stuff) 04/25/2004
  • Rage has bilingual ball. Coach is Kiev born (NY Daily News) 04/25/2004
  • Monson: Look for Jazz to continue importing foreign talent [Hard-to-pronounce names, such as Stanislav Medvedenko (Ukraine)...] (Salt Lake Tribune) 04/25/2004
  • Photos by Harry Rosenbluth: Live coverage of Vitali Klitschko/Corrie Sanders WBC heavyweight championship fight 4/24/2004 (Rosenbluthphoto) 04/25/2004
  • Vitali takes title after war (SecondsOut) 04/25/2004
  • Klitschkos: Boxing's unusual brother act (Chicago Tribune) 04/25/2004
  • Sanders stopped in 8th round (2) (Chicago Tribune) 04/25/2004
  • Sanders stopped in 8th round (Chicago Tribune) 04/25/2004
  • Ukrainian Klitschko crushes Sanders to capture vacant WBC title (AFP/Yahoo) 04/25/2004
  • Triumphant Klitschko seeks Lewis rematch (Reuters) 04/25/2004
  • Klitschko Punches Ticket to Big Time (LA Times) 04/25/2004
  • Klitschko a lightweight to fight fans [Hall of Fame promoter Don Chargin – who had no stake in the promotion – gave Klitschko some credit but made it clear the big Ukrainian is nothing special.] (San Diego Union-Tribune) 04/25/2004
  • Ukrainian giant is new WBC champion. Klitschko pounds Sanders down in 8th (San Diego Union-Tribune) 04/25/2004
  • Klitschko, in 8 Rounds, Beats Sanders for Belt (NY Times) 04/25/2004
  • Slideshow: Boxing [Klitschko v Sanders] (Yahoo) 04/25/2004
  • Klitschko not a true champion -- yet (Pasadena Star) 04/25/2004
  • Slideshow: Klitschko v Sanders photos (BBC) 04/25/2004
  • Klitschko targets Lewis (BBC) 04/25/2004
  • Klitschko crowned champion (BBC) 04/25/2004
  • Vitali Klitschko wins WBC title with TKO over Sanders (Sports Network) 04/25/2004
  • Klitschko is WBC king (ic Conventry) 04/25/2004

  • Photo: Relatives of firefighters who battled the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster hold portraits of those who perished after extinguishing the blaze at the power station's reactor, during a rally in Kiev, April 24, 2004. About two thousand Ukrainians took part in a memorial demonstration to commemorate victims of the world's worst nuclear accident of April 26, 1986. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Nina Kharchenko, center, cries as she carries a portrait of her deceased husband, victim of the Chernobyl catastrophe, during a march in Khreshchatyk street in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, April 24, 2004. Some five thousand veterans, pensioners and Chernobyl victims marched along the main Khreshchatyk street in the Ukrainian capital Kiev Saturday on the eve of the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine holds the WBC Heavyweight belt after defeating Corrie Sanders of South Africa during their WBC Heavyweight title fight at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Natalie Klitschko, wife of heavyweight boxer Vitali Klitschko, gives the thumbs up before Klitscko's 12-round WBC heavyweight championship bout against Corrie Sanders in Los Angeles, Saturday, April 24, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Thousands March In Kyiv To Mark Chornobyl Anniversary (RFE/RL) 04/24/2004
  • Bidenko: Klitschko's successor? (Fightnews) 04/24/2004
  • It's Klitschko by KO (Pasadena Star) 04/24/2004
  • Чорнобилю і його дітям ­ 18 (BBC Ukrainian) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko holds the championship belt after winning his WBC heavyweight championship bout against Corrie Sanders in Los Angeles, Saturday, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won the fight by TKO in the eighth round. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko, left, is joined by brother Wladimir, center, and media manager Bernd Bonte after winning his WBC heavyweight championship bout against Corrie Sanders in Los Angeles, Saturday, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won the fight by TKO in the eighth round. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko celebrates with the belt he won after beating Corrie Sanders in their 12-round WBC heavyweight championship bout in Los Angeles, Saturday, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won by TKO in the eighth round. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko wears a Ukrainian flag and the championship belt after winning his WBC heavyweight championship bout against Corrie Sanders in Los Angeles, Saturday, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won the fight by TKO in the eighth round. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko, left, is joined by brother Wladimir as they hold the championship belt after winning his WBC heavyweight championship bout against Corrie Sanders in Los Angeles, Saturday, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won the fight by TKO in the eighth round. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine (R) falls into the arms of his brother, Vladimir, after Vitali defeated Corrie Sanders of South Africa on an eighth round TKO during the WBC Heavyweight title fight at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko, right, is congratulated by his wife Natalie after he won the WBC heavyweight championship bout against Corrie Sanders in Los Angeles, Saturday, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won by TKO in the eighth round (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko, right, is joined by brother Wladimir as he holds up the championship belt after winning WBC heavyweight championship bout against Corrie Sanders in the eighth round in Los Angeles, Saturday, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won the fight by TKO. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Klitschko KOs Sanders for WBC heavys crown (UPI/Wash TImes) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko, left, trades blows with Corrie Sanders during the first round of their 12-round WBC heavyweight championship bout in Los Angeles, Saturday, April 24, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko, right, lands a right on Corrie Sanders during the eighth round of their 12-round WBC heavyweight championship bout in Los Angeles, Saturday, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won by TKO in the eighth round. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine, lands a left to the face of South African Corrie Sanders during their WBC heavyweight title fight at Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won the fight on an 8th round TKO. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko, of the Ukraine, lands a left to the face of South African Corrie Sanders during their WBC heavyweight title fight at Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won the fight on an 8th round TKO. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko, right, knocks Corrie Sanders against the ropes in the fifth of their WBC heavyweight championship fight in Los Angeles, Saturday, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won the fight by TKO in the eighth round. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko,of the Ukraine, lands a right to the face of South African Corrie Sanders during their WBC heavyweight title fight at Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won the fight on an 8th round TKO. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Klitschko Stops Sanders to Win Heavyweight Title (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Klitschko Stops Sanders to Win WBC Title (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko lands a left to the head of Corrie Sanders during the third. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine (L) walks off the mat after defeating Corrie Sanders of South Africa by TKO in the eight round during their fight for the vacant WBC Heavyweight belt at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko, of the Ukraine, celebrates his 8th round TKO over Corrie Sanders,of South Africa, after their WBC heavyweight title fight at Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. [Ukrainian flag in background] (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine (R) holds the WBC Heavyweight belt with help from his brother, Vladimir, after defeating Corrie Sanders of South Africa by TKO in the eighth round during their WBC Heavyweight title fight at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine gets a hug from his brother Vladimar after defeating Corrie Sanders,of South Africa, in an 8th round TKO to win their WBC heavyweight title fight at Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine reacts after defeating Corrie Sanders of South Africa by TKO in the eighth round during their WBC heavyweight title fight at Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Referee Jon Schorle (C) steps in to stop the fight between Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine (L) and Corrie Sanders of South Africa during their WBC heavyweight title fight at Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won the fight by TKO in the eighth round. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Referee Jon Schorle (C) steps in to stop the fight between Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine (L) and Corrie Sanders of South Africa during their WBC heavyweight title fight at Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won the fight by TKO in the eighth round. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko,of the Ukraine, lands a right to the face of South African Corrie Sanders during their WBC heavyweight title fight at Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won the fight on an 8th round TKO (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine, lands a left to the face of South African Corrie Sanders during their WBC heavyweight title fight at Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. Klitschko won the fight on an 8th round TKO. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine (L) lands a punch against Corrie Sanders, of South Africa, during their fight for the vacant WBC Heavyweight belt at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine (L) lands a punch against Corrie Sanders, of South Africa, during their fight for the vacant WBC Heavyweight belt at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko (L) of the Ukraine and Corrie Sanders of South Africa exchange punches during their WBC heavyweight title fight at Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine (C) falls to the canvas as opponent Corrie Sanders of South Africa looks on during their fight for the vacant WBC Heavyweight belt at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine (L) lands a punch against Corrie Sanders of South Africa, during their fight for the vacant WBC Heavyweight belt at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Estranged husband doesn't return son from Costa Rica [Anna Sims, 29-year-old native of Ukraine, has spent the last year pleading with her husband and the authorities for her son's return.] (Team Amber Alert) 04/24/2004
  • Economics Minister Derkach discusses in US drawing investors in completion of Odesa-Brody pipeline (Interfax) 04/24/2004
  • Chornobyl remembered: 18 years later [Chernobyl] SPECIAL (BRAMA) 04/24/2004
  • Appeal to all those who care: Permanent Mission of Ukraine to the United Nations to host Chornobyl [Chernobyl] Charity Bazaar (BRAMA) 04/24/2004
  • Звернення до всіх небайдужих: Благодійний Чорнобильський базар у штаб-квартирі ООН (BRAMA) 04/24/2004
  • UNWLA announces Mother's Day Special Spa Weekend @ Soyuzivka POSTER (BRAMA) 04/24/2004
  • Chornobyl and Three Mile Island anniversaries are reminders of the risks of nuclear power and the need to shift to sustainable energy sources [Chernobyl] (BRAMA) 04/24/2004
  • Річниці атомних катастроф на Чорнобильській АЕС та Три Майл Айленд нагадують про небезпеку використання атомної енергії та вказують на необхідніть до переходу використання альтернативних джерел енергії (BRAMA) 04/24/2004
  • At home in the hot zone: Mark MacKinnon on Chernobyl (Globe and Mail) 04/24/2004
  • Thousands remember Chernobyl (AP/The Age) 04/24/2004
  • Thousands march in Ukraine on the eve of Chernobyl's 18th anniversary (AP/Team 4 News) 04/24/2004
  • 13th International Conference On Health And Environment: Global Partners For Global Solutions - Linking Conflict with Environment and Population (WIT) 04/24/2004
  • Obit: John Taras, Choreographer who spread the ideas of the New York City Ballet (Guardian) 04/24/2004
  • Slavic churches awe, delight (Republican & Herald) 04/24/2004
  • Russian, Ukrainian, Kazakh parliaments ratify treaty on Single Economic Space [a.k.a. Common Economic Space (CES)] (Eurasianet) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Ladislav Cierny of Slovakia checks Ukraine's Oleg Timchenko during the first period of their Group B preliminary round match at the Ice Hockey World championship in Ostrava April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Sergei Varlamov of Ukraine (FRONT) fights for control of the puck with Slovak team captain Miroslav Satan during the first period of their Group B preliminary round match at the Ice Hockey World championship in Ostrava April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Semenchenko of Ukraine checks Slovakia's Marian Gaborik during the first period of their Group B preliminary round match at the Ice Hockey World championship in Ostrava April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Yuri Gunko of Ukraine checks Slovakia's Vladimir Orzagh during the first period of their Group B preliminary round match at the Ice Hockey World championship in Ostrava April 24, 2004. (Reuters) 04/24/2004
  • Middle-Aged Immigrants in LA Stay in Shape Playing Soccer [Roman Samokish, known as Sam, is a New York-born Ukrainian American...] (VOA/Epoch Times) 04/24/2004
  • Klitschko feels weight of expectations: Vitali favored, eager to avenge brother's loss to Sanders (LA Daily News) 04/24/2004
  • Klitschko vs Sanders: Tell your friends (SecondsOut) 04/24/2004
  • Klitschko faces Sanders for heavyweight title today (Pakistan Daily Times) 04/24/2004
  • Klitschko-Sanders bout likely to end with KO (Tim Dahlberg) (AP/Seattle Times) 04/24/2004
  • Standing up for the Klitschkos (San Diego Union-Tribune) 04/24/2004
  • Heavyweight boxers the new American buffaloes (Daily Telegraph) 04/24/2004
  • Boxing craves Klitschko victory (Globe and Mail) 04/24/2004
  • America's least wanted [Klitschko] (Guardian) 04/24/2004
  • For Vitali, bout pressure-packed [Klitschko] (NY Daily News) 04/24/2004
  • Західні посли про вибори в Мукачево (BBC Ukrainian) 04/24/2004
  • Treasurer's closest allies fight to keep from testifying [Andrew Futey] (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 04/24/2004
  • Happy Immensity: 'Everybody's Ukrainian! [Ihor] I came in 1990. I was invited for exhibits, the Art Students League. I got some fellowships. I lived on 79th and Fifth, the Ukrainian cultural center, for 10 years. Everybody thinks it's an address for millionaires. Now I am fine with my Bushwick address.' (Village Voice) 04/24/2004
  • Let battle be joined with 'work-shy army' myth [Volodymyr Sydorenko, 39, a former teacher from the Ukraine...] (Guardian) 04/24/2004

  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko and teammate Martin St. Louis celebrate Fedotenko's second period snap-shot goal against the Montreal Canadiens (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/23/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) speaks to his Ukrainian counterpart Leonid Kuchma during their negotiations in the Black Sea resort of Yalta in the Crimea, April 23, 2004. The two state leaders met to discuss international politics, and to sign bilateral agreements on Russian-Ukrainian borders and cooperation in the use of the Azov Sea and the Kerch Strait. (AP/Yahoo) 04/23/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and his Ukrainian counterpart Leonid Kuchma walk during their meeting in Alushta, Crimea peninsula, Ukraine, Friday, April 23, 2004. Putin and Kuchma on Friday exchanged ratification documents on treaties affecting their joint border, at a meeting meant to underline their dedication to close cooperation as NATO and the European Union expand eastward. (AP/Yahoo) 04/23/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (R) take a stroll at the Black Sea resort of Yalta in the Crimea, April 23, 2004. Putin said that relations with Ukraine is the first priority for the Russia's foreign policy, the Interfax news agency reported. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/23/2004
  • Coalition Changes in Iraq (Editorial reflecting the views of the U.S. Government) (VOA) 04/23/2004
  • Russian, Ukrainian Leaders Hail Border Accord (REF/RL) 04/23/2004
  • Putin puts signature to Azov Sea treaty with Ukraine (DPA/Deepika) 04/23/2004
  • Russian Leader Skirts Trouble Over Ukrainian Media Law (REF/RL) 04/23/2004
  • Українська курка побила світовий рекорд: Як пише наш читач, курка в Городку на Львівщині знесла яйце вагою 208 грамів - світовий рекорд (BBC Ukrainian) 04/23/2004
  • Combating Human Trafficking, HIV/AIDS is Focus of UN Workshop for NGOs Working in Central and Eastern Europe (Serbia Post) 04/23/2004
  • Forgotten Victims of Chernobyl (Novinite) 04/23/2004
  • Russia Reports Case of Newcastle Virus Near Ukraine [Official in Ukraine's veterinarian inspectorate told Reuters in Kiev there was no Newcastle disease in Ukraine.] (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/23/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Vincent Lecavalier celebrates his goal against the Montreal Canadiens with Ruslan Fedotenko of Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 04/23/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Vincent Lecavalier celebrates his second period tip-in goal with teammates Ruslan Fedotenko and Pavel Kubina (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/23/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Vincent Lecavalier celebrates his second period tip-in goal with teammate Ruslan Fedotenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/23/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko of Ukraine celebrates his goal against the Montreal Canadiens (AP/Yahoo) 04/23/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko and teammate Martin St. Louis celebrate Fedotenko's second period snap-shot goal (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/23/2004
  • Violence in mayoral vote raises concern in Ukraine [Mukacheve] (Chicago Tribune) 04/23/2004
  • Kuchma praises CES trade treaty ratification by Ukraine, Russia [Common Economic Space] (Interfax) 04/23/2004
  • National Council for Television and Radio Broadcasting Surprised with Kuchma's Statement on 'Unconstitutionality' of Air Ukrainization (UNIAN) 04/23/2004
  • Our Ukraine’s Office Set on Fire in Chernihiv Region (Главред) 04/23/2004
  • Political Council of Party of Industrialists and Businessmen Recommended to Session to Propose Its Own Presidential Candidate (UNIAN) 04/23/2004
  • Pinchuk Leaving 'Labor Ukraine' party [Victor Pinchuk is President Kuchma's son-in-law] (UNIAN) 04/23/2004
  • СПУ пропонує Тимошенко дати свідчення в США і зняти з себе обвинувачення (УНІАН) 04/23/2004
  • World leaders on list of oil recipients [The files purportedly show vouchers being handed to socialist, communist and nationalist political parties in Ukraine, Belarus...] (Wash Post) 04/23/2004
  • Tough questions for 270 named in Iraqi documents (Daily Telegraph) 04/23/2004
  • Kuchma calls for bigger UN role in Iraq (Interfax) 04/23/2004
  • Kuchma, Putin exchange with ratification notes on border and Azov-Kerch cooperation agreements (Interfax) 04/23/2004
  • Russia, Ukraine leaders to discuss economic cooperation and situation in Iraq - source (Interfax) 04/23/2004
  • Kuchma-Putin meeting opens in Crimea (Interfax) 04/23/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and his Ukrainian counterpart Leonid Kuchma talk as they stroll in the Black Sea resort of Yalta in the Crimea, April 23, 2004. The two state leaders met to discuss international politics, and to sign bilateral agreements on Russian-Ukrainian borders and cooperation in the use of the Azov Sea and the Kerch Strait. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/23/2004
  • Presidents of Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, and Kazakhstan to discuss CES deal next month [Common Economic Space] (Interfax) 04/23/2004
  • Putin signs laws on CES, on border with Ukraine, and on cooperation in use of Azov Sea and Kerch Strait [Common Economic Space] (Interfax) 04/23/2004
  • Putin, Kuchma in Crimea for talks on border accord (Hi Pakistan) 04/23/2004
  • CIS Prime Ministers Meet in Kyrgyzstan [CES: Common Economic Space, CIS: Commonwealth of Independent States] (Kyrgyzstan Times) 04/23/2004
  • Sebastopol prepares to honour Crimean dead. Clean-up is under way for 150th anniversary of war (Daily Telegraph) 04/23/2004
  • Huge, little-known nuclear disaster haunts Russia almost 50 years later. Thousands were contaminated, and children were forced to do the cleanup in '57. (Philadelphia Inquirer) 04/23/2004
  • 'Health fears' over EU expansion (BBC) 04/23/2004
  • Orphans, Cruel Legacy of HIV/Aids Pandemic (AllAfrica) 04/23/2004
  • HIV fears from east European sex trade workers (The Times) 04/23/2004
  • Expanding EU border raises public health concerns (Reuters/AlertNet) 04/23/2004
  • Kitka brings international folk music sounds to Oakland [Mariana Sadovska] (Oakland Tribune) 04/23/2004
  • In this cat act, fur doesn't fly [Gregory Popovich] (Charlotte Observer) 04/23/2004
  • Popovych to test himself in L-B-L (Cycling News) 04/23/2004
  • Klitschko pounds in for Sanders scrap (Irish Examiner) 04/23/2004
  • Team SecondsOut picks Klitschko v Sanders winner (SecondsOut) 04/23/2004
  • Lewis backs southpaw (Lewis' money is on Sanders) (South Africa Star) 04/23/2004
  • Sanders a Reluctant Warrior With Big Punch (AP/Yahoo) 04/23/2004
  • Sanders goes hunting for the biggest game of all: South African aims for Klitschko and heavyweight title, writes John Rawling (Guardian) 04/23/2004
  • Ukraine's exports to Baltic countries to shrink 15-20% after their integration in EU - economics ministry (Interfax) 04/23/2004
  • Germany, France, Italy may join gas transport consortium [created by Ukraine and Russia] (Interfax) 04/23/2004
  • IMF forecasts slower economy growth in Ukraine to 4% in 2005 (Interfax) 04/23/2004
  • 2 голоси забракло для вимоги відставки Медведчука (BBC Ukrainian) 04/23/2004
  • Кучма - найвпливовіший українець року. Востаннє? (BBC Ukrainian) 04/23/2004
  • On this day: 1996 - Fire races through deserted villages around the Chernobyl nuclear plant in Ukraine, sending radioactive particles skyward, 10 years after the world's worst nuclear accident. (Advertiser) 04/23/2004

  • Analysis: Ukraine divided against itself (UPI/Wash Post) 04/22/2004
  • Photo: Heavyweight boxer Vitali Klitschko, right, picks out his boxing gloves along with his trainer Fritz Sdunek, left, as Vitali's brother Wladamir looks on, Thursday, April 22, 2004, in Los Angeles. Vitali was on hand for his weigh-in prior to his fight against Corrie Sanders on Saturday night in Los Angeles for the WBC Heavyweight Championship. (AP/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • United States Mission to the OSCE statement of concern on Mukacheve ['fraudulent manipulation of voting results'] (OSCE) 04/22/2004
  • The End Of Russian-Language Broadcasting In Ukraine? (RFE/RL) 04/22/2004
  • US Concerned Over Fraud in Ukraine Election (Reuters) 04/22/2004
  • Pierogies (Quad-Cities) 04/22/2004
  • Photo [File]: Ukrainian Vitali Klitschko tries to cement his stature as the heir apparent to Lennox Lewis when he faces Corrie Sanders on Saturday for the vacant World Boxing Council heavyweight championship. (AFP/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Iraq: Poland's Hesitation Raising New Doubts About Cohesion Of Coalition (RFE/RL) 04/22/2004
  • Photo: Heavyweight boxer Vitali Klitschko weighs in (AP/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Photo: Heavyweight boxer Vitali Klitschko raises his fist to fans as his brother Wladimir looks on (AP/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Klitschko faces Sanders for vacant WBC heavyweight title (AFP/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Lewis backs Sanders to shock another Klitschko (AFP/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Blokhin calls on Dnipro contingent (UEFA) 04/22/2004
  • Basketball: BC Kiev Move Into Last Four (FIBA Europe) 04/22/2004
  • Ukrainian catches attention of scouts at summer camps (Taipei Times) 04/22/2004
  • США: в Мукачевому відбулася підтасовка виборів (BBC Ukrainian) 04/22/2004
  • США дякують Україні за її військо в Іраку. Але нагадують, що НАТО - альянс демократичних держав, а Україна має складнощі з Мукачевим (BBC Ukrainian) 04/22/2004
  • Photo: Philadelphia Flyers goalie Robert Esche knocks aside a shot on goal from the point as Toronto Maple Leafs' Alexei Ponikarovsky moves in (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Vitali Klitschko pumps his fist after weighing in at 245 pounds (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Photo: Heavyweight boxer Vitali Klitschko poses (AP/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Vitali Klitschko autographs posters after weighing in at 245 pounds (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Photo: Heavyweight boxer Vitali Klitschko signs autographs (AP/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Photo: Heavyweight boxer Vitali Klitschko picks out his boxing gloves along with his trainer Fritz Sdunek, as Vitali's brother Wladimir looks on (AP/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Vitali Klitschko eyes South African Corrie Sanders as comedian Tom Arnold looks on (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Photo: Heavyweight boxer Vitali Klitschko faces off with opponent Corrie Sanders (AP/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Vitali Klitschko pumps his fists as he weighs in at 245 pounds in Los Angeles (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Washington's Action Ukraine Coalition holds briefing with Ambassador Steven Pifer on U.S.-Ukraine Relations FOTO/S (BRAMA) 04/22/2004
  • Vitali: heavy hands, heart. Klitschko must forget brother's loss for title bout (LA Daily News) 04/22/2004
  • Four Lawmakers Captured in Mukacheve (Главред) 04/22/2004
  • 62% Voted for Baloha – Exit Poll [Mukacheve] (Главред) 04/22/2004
  • США глибоко занепокоєні ситуацією у Мукачевому (УНІАН) 04/22/2004
  • Рада Європи відзначає “відсутність в Україні демократичної ініціативи на низовому рівні” (УНІАН) 04/22/2004
  • США вважають, що ратифікація угоди про ЄЕП суперечить заявам України про курс на євроінтеграцію (УНІАН) 04/22/2004
  • Kuchma signs ratified agreements with Russia and on CES [Common Economic Space] (Interfax) 04/22/2004
  • U.S. says Ukraine's participation in CES [Common Economic Space] contradicts its eurointegration aspirations [Subscription only] (Interfax) 04/22/2004
  • Russian Council of Federation ratifies agreement on Russia-Ukraine border [Common Economic Space] (Interfax) 04/22/2004
  • Kazakhstan parliament ratifies CES agreement [Common Economic Space] (Interfax) 04/22/2004
  • Russia/Ukraine: Common Ground Reached On Border Agreements [from 4/21/04] (RFE/RL) 04/22/2004
  • Kuchma calls decision of the Ukrainian National TV and Radio Council that compels the media to use the state language - unconstitutional. (Interfax) 04/22/2004
  • Kuchma and Putin to Participate in “Ukraine-Russia – Strategic Partnership” Meeting-Dialogue in Alushta [Role of Ukrainian and Russian Parliaments in Processes of Bilateral and Multilateral Integration] (UNIAN) 04/22/2004
  • Kuchma leaves for Crimea on two-day visit to meet with Putin (Interfax) 04/22/2004
  • EU, new members work to protect long new border (EU Business) 04/22/2004
  • Kuchma Plans to Sell Off Ukraine by 2008 [privatization] (Главред) 04/22/2004
  • Ticket to Ride [Book Review: Orient Express] (Transitions Online) 04/22/2004
  • Klitschko must prove he's not like Klitschko (San Diego Union-Tribune) 04/22/2004
  • Medvedenko hurt (AP/WTNH) 04/22/2004
  • Chernobyl [Chornobyl] effects felt by Russians here (Pioneer Press) 04/22/2004
  • Chernobyl [Chornobyl] effects felt by area Russian immigrants (Pioneer Press) 04/22/2004
  • North Port YMCA receives $30,000 grant (Sun-Herald) 04/22/2004
  • Cultural Festival benefits many people here, abroad (Stevens Point Journal) 04/22/2004
  • 2 aim to open nightclub in White Plains (Northbrook Star) 04/22/2004
  • Micron Enviro Systems, Inc. Negotiating on Ukrainian Oil and Gas Prospects (Business Wire) 04/22/2004
  • Ukrainian law enforcement to fight high tech crimes (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/22/2004
  • Ukrainian-Born Player Could Make History in NFL College Draft [Olshansky] (VOA) 04/22/2004
  • The Iraqi resistance enters a new phase - By Tariq Ali (Hi Pakistan) 04/22/2004
  • 16 children slain on way to school. Suicide bombers kill 68 in Basra. (AP/Arizona Daily Star) 04/22/2004
  • Ukraine to Stay in Iraq 'Until the End' : Kuchma (BNN) 04/22/2004
  • Mass killings of the past century (Detroit Free Press) 04/22/2004
  • Diversity on the Rise For Places of Worship (Wash Post) 04/22/2004
  • Hundreds rally against movie, alleged incident [Passion of the Christ] (Park Ridge Herald-Advocate) 04/22/2004
  • Boxer puzzled by fight. Brother's loss concerns Klitschko (Whittier Daily News) 04/22/2004
  • Vitali Klitschko aims to keep family dream alive (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/22/2004
  • Separated Families in Slovakia, Ukraine Border Village Seek US Help to Reunite (VOA) 04/22/2004
  • Klitschko eager for victory against Sanders (AP/IOL) 04/22/2004
  • Boxing: US round-up (SecondsOut) 04/22/2004
  • Мукачево - день четвертий (VOA) 04/22/2004
  • Belt in Balance, Lewis Is Satisfied at Ringside (NY Times) 04/22/2004
  • Cracks growing in U.S.-led coalition (Baltimore Sun) 04/22/2004

  • NATO plans ministerial talks with Ukraine (SpaceWar) 04/21/2004
  • UPI Energy Watch [The Ukrainian Fuel and Energy Ministry announced ...] (UPI) 04/21/2004
  • Kuchma believes inappropriate to hurry up with integration into Europe (Interfax) 04/21/2004
  • Kyiv expects strategic partnership with Washington, says Kuchma (Interfax) 04/21/2004
  • Integration within CIS beneficial for West, says Kuchma (Interfax) 04/21/2004
  • Medvedenko Sits Out Lakers' Practice (AP/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian lawmakers block Interior Minister Mykola Bilokon, right, from returning to his seat after he spoke in the parliament in Kiev, Wednesday, April 21, 2004, on the second day of heated discussions about Sunday's mayoral election in the western town of Mukachevo. A representative of Europe's main human rights group said Wednesday that the mayoral election in Ukraine marked a threat to democracy in the former Soviet republic ahead of October's presidential vote. At left, foreground, is opposition Our Ukraine party leader Viktor Yushchenko. (AP/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: A visitor looks at a picture at an exhibition of the famous Franz Koenig collection, at the Bohdan and Varvara Khanenko museum in Kiev, April 22, 2004. Ukraine, a former Soviet state that will border an expanded European Union (news - web sites) next month, said it would hand over 139 drawings to the Netherlands, returning World War Two booty stored in museum cellars in the capital Kiev. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: Dan Rather steps into the ring with world-class heavyweight boxers Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko. (CBS/60 Minutes II) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: After Vitali's regular workout, he left Rather holding the bag, punching at only a fraction of his full power. (CBS/60 Minutes II) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: The Klitschko brothers may practice together, but they say they will never competitively fight each other. (CBS/60 Minutes II) 04/21/2004
  • Video: The Brothers Klitschko (CBS) 04/21/2004
  • A Fighting Chance [The Brothers Klitschko] (CBS) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: Boxers Vitali Klitschko of the Ukraine (L) and Corrie Sanders of South Africa (R) listen as Lennox Lewis of Britain speaks at a press conference in Los Angeles, April 21, 2004. Klitschko and Sanders will fight for the WBC heavyweight title relinquished by Lewis, April 24 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Ukraine Footballer May Be Draft Sleeper (AP/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: Igor Olshansky, of the Ukraine, former defensive lineman at Oregon, is seen in his gym Monday April 12, 2004 in San Francisco. Olshansky impressed NFL scouts so much with his strengh, that he may be a first round drfaft pick at the NFL draft on April 24th. (AP/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: Igor Olshansky, of the Ukraine, former defensive lineman at Oregon works out in his gym, Monday April 12, 2004 in San Francisco. Olshansky impressed NFL scouts so much with his strengh, that he may be a first round drfaft pick at the NFL draft on April 24th. (AP/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: Igor Olshansky, of the Ukraine, former defensive lineman at Oregon is seen at his home during an interview Monday, April 12, 2004 in San Francisco. Olshansky impressed NFL scouts so much with his strengh, that he may be a first round drfaft pick at the NFL's draft on April 24th. (AP/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: Olena Stadnyk (R) looks on as her son Leonid swings on a fence near their house in Podolyantsi village in Ukraine's Zhytomyr region, about 200 km (124 miles) from the capital Kiev, April 21, 2004. Stadnyk who stands 2.53 meters (8 feet 4 inches) tall, can easily be a contender for the title of the world's tallest living man. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: Olena Stadnyk (L) measures the height of her son Leonid in the yard of their house in Podolyantsi village in Ukraine's Zhytomyr region, about 200 km (124 miles) from the capital Kiev, April 21, 2004. According to measurements, Ukrainian Leonid Stadnyk, standing at 2.53 meters (8 feet 4 inches) tall, can easily be a contender for the title of the world's tallest living man. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Linebacker from Ukraine could be first-round pick (CBS) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian boxer Vitali Klitschko (L) and his South African opponent Corrie Sanders listen during a press conference in Los Angeles, April 21, 2004. Former world champion and current WBC No. 1 contender Klitschko will fight Sanders for the vacant WBC heavyweight title April 24 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: Former world champion and current WBC No. 1 contender Klitschko will fight Sanders for the vacant WBC heavyweight title April 24 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian boxer Vitali Klitschko (L) poses with South African opponent Corrie Sanders during a press conference in Los Angeles, April 21, 2004. Former world champion and current WBC No. 1 contender Klitschko will fight Sanders for the vacant WBC heavyweight title April 24, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian boxer Vitali Klitschko (L) shakes hands with his South African opponent Corrie Sanders after a press conference in Los Angeles, April 21, 2004. Former world champion and current WBC No. 1 contender Klitschko will fight Sanders for the vacant WBC heavyweight title April 24 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: South African boxer Corrie Sanders (R) casts a glance at his opponent Ukrainian Vitali Klitschko as he leaves the podium after speaking at a press conference in Los Angeles, April 21, 2004. Former world champion and current WBC No. 1 contender Klitschko will fight Sanders for the vacant WBC heavyweight title April 24 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Photo: No. 2-ranked heavyweight contender Corrie Sanders, bottom right, looks on as No. 1-ranked Vitali Klitschko speaks during a news conference at Staples Center in Los Angeles, Wednesday, April 21, 2004. Sanders and Klitschko and fighting Saturday for the WBC heavyweight title, which was vacated when Lennox Lewis retired earlier this year. (AP/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Klitschko Expects War With Sanders (AP/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Ukrainian Americans urged to push for Senate Resolution 202 on Famine-Genocide ACTION ITEM (BRAMA) 04/21/2004
  • Ukraine Seeks Stronger Voice in Iraq (AP/Yahoo) 04/21/2004
  • Hryschenko, Powell discuss latest events in Iraq (Interfax) 04/21/2004
  • Kuchma praises ratification of CES trade treaty by Ukraine, Russia (Interfax) 04/21/2004
  • Deal with Ukraine boosts Russian plans for regional economic bloc (Financial Times) 04/21/2004
  • Strategic Partnership with RF Completely Corresponds to Euro-Integration Course of Ukraine - Kuchma (UNIAN) 04/21/2004
  • Yuschenko, Tymoshenko Demand Resignation of Interior Minister (Главред) 04/21/2004
  • [Click 'eng' top left of screen] Kuchma confessed to Karpachova that he received biased information on Mukachevo (Our Ukraine) 04/21/2004
  • Рада розбиратиметься з Мукачівськими виборами (BBC Ukrainian) 04/21/2004
  • Yuschenko meets with President Kuchma on controversial Mukacheve mayoral election (Ukrayinska Pravda) 04/21/2004
  • Mukacheve election debacle may be repeated at presidential election, say observers (Interfax) 04/21/2004
  • Zinchenko Calls Situation in Mukachevo Critical, Demanding 'Unprecedented Actions' of Supreme Rada, CNSDU, and Force Structures (UNIAN) 04/21/2004
  • Business Groups Combat Intellectuals in Mukacheve – Ernest Nusser (Главред) 04/21/2004
  • Kuchma urges for lifting land privatization moratorium (Interfax) 04/21/2004
  • Ukrainian oil production up 8.1% in Q1 (Interfax) 04/21/2004
  • Thrust to the sidelines of history ['We didn't gather to start the collapse of the Soviet Union. We didn't even think of it at first. If we had thought about it before, I don't know if we would have had the strength to do it...'] (Globe and Mail) 04/21/2004
  • Drawn to a dream [Lee Litas, born in Ukraine] (Chicago Tribune) 04/21/2004
  • Our Neighbors - The Ukrainians [Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun Herald) 04/21/2004
  • Priest charged with disorderly conduct [Ukrainian Catholic church in Ansonia] (AP/Stamford Advocate) 04/21/2004
  • Student tells of teacher's advances. High school's music instructor in sex-abuse trial (Chicago Tribune) 04/21/2004
  • Air hero's words settle the score [see: Nicholas Buc] (The Age) 04/21/2004
  • Iran, Ukraine to Ink Agreement for Cultural, Arts Cooperation (Tehran Times) 04/21/2004
  • 'The Rose' warns Sanders [WBC showdown with Vitali Klitschko this Saturday] (News24) 04/21/2004
  • Файненшл Таймс називає ЄЕП найбільшим успіхом Росії у поверненні під контроль колишніх республік (BBC Ukrainian) 04/21/2004

  • OSCE/ODIHR concerned about attack on polling station during Ukrainian mayoral election (OSCE) 04/20/2004
  • Photo: Toronto Maple Leafs' Joe Nieuwendyk celebrates his second goal of the first period with teammates Bryan McCabe and Alexei Ponikarovsky (CP/Yahoo) 04/20/2004
  • Number of Religious Visitors to Ukraine Dropping, Says Justice Minister (RISU) 04/20/2004
  • Микола Рябчук: «Ми себе прирiкаємо на довiчну вiдсталiсть». (VOA) 04/20/2004
  • Екс-посол Бутейко: «найтемнiший день в iсторiї України». (VOA) 04/20/2004
  • Верховна Рада ратифiкувала угоду про створення ЄЕП (VOA) 04/20/2004
  • Russian, Ukrainian Parliaments OK Border, Trade Deals (RFE/RL) 04/20/2004
  • Ukraine Wants EU Help to Secure New 'Paper' Border [Ukraine urged European Union countries on Tuesday to contribute more funds to help fight illegal migration and trafficking in drugs, people and weapons when the bloc expands to its borders next month.] (BNN) 04/20/2004
  • [Pagedown] Pro-government coalition proposes Yanukovych as joint presidential candidate (RFE/RL) 04/20/2004
  • Partnership with Ukraine a priority, says Secretary General (NATO) 04/20/2004
  • Powell Urges Allies to Keep Troops in Iraq (AP/Wash Post) 04/20/2004
  • Judge Requests Papers on Reporter's Death [Taras Protsyuk] (AP/Yahoo) 04/20/2004
  • Ukrainian Troops May Pull Out of Unamsil [Sierra Leone and Liberia] (AllAfrica) 04/20/2004
  • Photo: Toronto Maple Leafs left winger Alexei Ponikarovsky and Ottawa Senators defenceman Wade Redden tangle behind the net (Reuters) 04/20/2004
  • Basketball: BC Kiev Begin with Win (FIBA Europe) 04/20/2004
  • Russian Duma ratifies CES agreement (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Bulletins and Protocols with Results of Mukachevo Mayor Elections Have Been Stolen - Our Ukraine (UNIAN) 04/20/2004
  • Opposition Factions Protest against Rigged Mukacheve Elections (Главред) 04/20/2004
  • Serhiy Krymsky: For centuries Ukraine has always been an integral part of Europe (День) 04/20/2004
  • Cult of Silence [James Mace][Plagiarism and cheating in Ukrainian universities] (День) 04/20/2004
  • Halfway to the Latin American Model: Controversies and threats of the incomplete political reform (День) 04/20/2004
  • Annual Survey: From the Velvet to the Rose Revolution [from 4/17/04] (Transitions Online) 04/20/2004
  • Ukrainian TV Language Change: just a meaningless promise (UANewswire) 04/20/2004
  • Lavrov hopes Ukraine won't change licensing procedures for Russian media (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Police raids net illegal immigrant prostitutes (Yorkshire Post) 04/20/2004
  • Immigrants hungry for knowledge (Detroit News) 04/20/2004
  • MFA disappointed with US decision not to pay compensation to Protsiuk family [Ukrainian cameraman Taras Protsiuk was killed by American tank fire in Iraq last year] (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Honduras Follows Spain, Pulls Out of Iraq (AP/Yahoo) 04/20/2004
  • Bush criticizes Spanish pullout (Wash Times) 04/20/2004
  • Verkhovna Rada ratifies border treaty with Russia (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Rada Cedes Kerch Strait to Russia? (Главред) 04/20/2004
  • Ukraine ratifies Azov Sea cooperation agreement with Russia (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Verkhovna Rada ratifies agreement on use of Azov Sea and Kerch Strait with Russia (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada ratifies CES agreement (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Ratification of agreements with Ukraine would benefit Russia - minister (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Yanukovych describes integration in European Union, accession to WTO, deepening of cooperation in CIS as priorities of Ukraine's foreign policy (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Ukraine awaits EU's answer on market economy status - Yanukovych (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Ukraine must focus on tax reform, tax base extension, says EBRD (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Ukraine, Netherlands note positive dynamics of bilateral relations (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Netherlands hails return of stolen art [art treasures were presented to Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende by Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma at a ceremony in Kiev's Mariinsky Palace] (BBC) 04/20/2004
  • Kenyan Stephen Rerimoi and Ukrainian Iliona Barvanova take Lisbon Marathon wins (IAAF) 04/20/2004
  • Eastern European Roundup (CNNSI) 04/20/2004

  • Boxing: 'Fans would have been likely to die of boredom' (Guardian) 04/19/2004
  • Celtic storm to title triumph (UEFA) 04/19/2004
  • Modern Poland carves new identity (Financial Times) 04/19/2004
  • NATO chief still cool on Ukraine membership during visit (AFP/SpaceDaily) 04/19/2004
  • Committee of Electors of Ukraine Announces About Absolute Falsification of Results of Mukachevo Mayor Elections (UNIAN) 04/19/2004
  • Yanukovych presses for free trade zone within CIS (Interfax) 04/19/2004
  • The last bastion [Ukraine-Russia-Belarus-Kazakhstan Single Economic Space] (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/19/2004
  • Yanukovych: chosen to win or to lose? (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/19/2004
  • Candidates and their ratings (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/19/2004
  • Rockets at large Ukrainian weapons are easily available for both metalworkers and terrorists (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/19/2004
  • One year toward freedom (Enter Stage Right) 04/19/2004
  • Hitler parchment stamp displayed [...The postmark, from the Ukraine, was dated September 11, 1942, and is over-printed with the words 'Ukrania' in black letters (indicating that it was a special issue by the Germans for the occupied Soviet territories).] (Jerusalem Post) 04/19/2004
  • Photo: NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer (L) and Ukrainian Foreign Minister Konstyantyn Gryshchenko look at a view from the window during their meeting at the Foreign Ministry in Kiev, April 19, 2004. Scheffer is on a one-day visit to Ukraine for talks with top state officials. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/19/2004
  • Photo: NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer is seen during his meeting with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kostyantyn Gryshchenko in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, April 19, 2004. Jaap de Hoop Scheffer arrived in Ukraine Monday for a one-day visit to meet with Ukrainian top officials. (AP/Yahoo) 04/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (R) and Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende listen to national anthems during a welcoming ceremony in front of the Presidential Palace in Kiev, April 19, 2004. Balkenende arrived in Ukraine on Sunday on a two-day official visit to discuss bilateral issues. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/19/2004
  • Height a pain for Ukraine’s ‘Gulliver’ (Pakistan Daily Times) 04/19/2004
  • Moscow launches Soviet-style spring clean (swissinfo) 04/19/2004
  • У Мукачеві громили виборчі дільниці (BBC Ukrainian) 04/19/2004
  • Mayoral election in western Ukraine sparks concern (Financial Times) 04/19/2004
  • Kuchma Suffers Reform Setback (Transitions Online) 04/19/2004
  • The Road to Mecca - originally published in 1954 [Staring past Lviv's post-communist grime and its resentful strain of Ukrainian nationalism...] (The New Republic) 04/19/2004
  • Security Companies: Shadow Soldiers in Iraq (NY Times) 04/19/2004
  • Iraq Peacekeepers Deal With Spain Pullout (AP/Yahoo) 04/19/2004
  • Real estate funds proliferate (Ceebiz) 04/19/2004
  • Banks dream of fertile east (Warsaw Business Journal) 04/19/2004
  • Teen helps get lead out [food imported into the U.S. in lead cans from Russian and Ukrainian canneries] (Baltimore Sun) 04/19/2004
  • On the denial of genocide (Jerusalem Post) 04/19/2004

  • Canada's synchronized swimming team qualifies for berth at Athens games (CP/Yahoo) 04/18/2004
  • Dragulescu Doubles Gold Medal Haul (Int'l Gymnast) 04/18/2004
  • U.S. Earns Synchronized Swimming Spots (AP/Yahoo) 04/18/2004
  • Growing pains: Ukrainian man is 8 feet 4 and still sprouting (Seattle Times) 04/18/2004
  • Lords of the Ring [ Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine and Corrie Sanders of South Africa will square off Saturday - the first time two white men have fought for the widely accepted heavyweight crown since Marciano beat Englishman Don Cockell in May 1955.] (Buffalo News) 04/18/2004
  • Pele's war of words (ic Birmingham) 04/18/2004
  • Zapatero orders Spanish pullout from Iraq (Al-Jazeera) 04/18/2004
  • Photo: Ottawa Senators goalie Patrick Lalime makes a diving save off of Toronto Maple Leafs' Alexei Ponikarovsky (AP/Yahoo) 04/18/2004

  • Dragulescu, Vasilyev New European Champions (Int'l Gymnast) 04/17/2004
  • Canadian Karen Cockburn wins World Cup gold in trampoline (CP/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Kaka keeps AC Milan on course for title (AFP/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: A coal miner at work in Ukraine. Coal is declining in many EU states but remains a kingpin of energy production in central and eastern Europe and in Germany (AFP/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: An unidentified woman, left, tries to measure a height of Leonid Stadnik, Ukrainian veterinarian, said to be the world's tallest man, in the village of Podoliantsy, Ukraine's northwestern Zhytomyr region, 212 kilometers (131.74 miles) west of the capital Kiev, Friday, April 16, 2004. Stadnik, 2.53 meter (8,3 feet) tall, is still growing up. (AP/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: A woman touches the fist of Ukrainian veterinarian Leonid Stadnik, said to be the world's tallest man, in the village of Podoliantsi in Ukraine's Zhytomyr regin 210 km (130 miles) west of the capital Kiev on Friday, April 16, 2004. Standik is 2.53 meters tall, his hand is 31 centimeters long, and he does not stop growing. (AP/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: Leonid Stadnik, 2.53 meter (8.3 feet) tall, Ukrainian veterinarian, and his mother Halyna, left, stand behind the gates of their house in the village of Podoliantsy, Ukraine's northwestern Zhytomyr region, 212 kilometers (131.74 miles) west of the capital Kiev, Friday, April 16, 2004. Stadnik, 33, said to be the world's tallest man, is still growing. (AP/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: Leonid Stadnik, 2.53 meters (8,3 feet) tall, a Ukrainian veterinarian, tries to dial a cell phone in the village of Podoliantsy, Ukraine's northwestern Zhytomyr region, 212 kilometers (132 miles) west of the capital Kiev, Friday, April 16, 2004. Stadnik, 33, said to be the world's tallest man, is still growing up. (AP/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: Leonid Stadnik, 2.53 meter (8,3 feet) tall, Ukrainian veterinarian, holds a door as his mother Halyna, left, looks on in the village of Podoliantsy, Ukraine's northwestern Zhytomyr region, 212 kilometers (131.74 miles) west of the capital Kiev, Friday, April 16, 2004. Stadnik, 33, said to be the world's tallest man, is still growing up. (AP/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: Leonid Stadnik, 2.53 meter (8,3 feet) tall, Ukrainian veterinarian, left, pulls a cart as he approaches his house in the village of Podoliantsy, Ukraine's northwestern Zhytomyr region, 212 kilometers (131.74 miles) west of the capital Kiev, Friday, April 16, 2004. Stadnik, 33, said to be the world's tallest man, is still growing up. (AP/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Kyiv Imposes Controversial Ban On Russian-Language Broadcasts (RFE/RL) 04/17/2004
  • Man sentenced for Brooklyn man's death [Oleg Bosenko gunned down on Oct. 30, 2002 as he tried to defend his wife] (Newsday) 04/17/2004
  • Man to be sentenced next week [Konstantyn Pekerman, 38, convicted of stealing millions from Medicare] (Albany Capital News 9) 04/17/2004
  • Whodunit ends in arrest of Ukrainian in international fraud ring (Sarasota Herald-Tribune) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: D.C. United's Dema Kovalenko gets tripped up by Metrostar's Joselito Vaca (AP/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Kovalenko gets lesson in temperance (Wash Times) 04/17/2004
  • One hand on the title (Eurosport) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Ukrainian striker Andriy Shevchenko vies with Siena's Brazilian defender Juarez de Sousa (AFP/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: A member of the Ukrainian synchronised swimming team performs at an Olympic Games qualification tournament in Athens (Reuters) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Ricardo Kaka celebrates with his team mates Andriy Shevchenko and captain Paolo Maldini after scoring against Siena (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Brazilian midfielder Ricardo Kaka celebrates with teammate Ukrainian striker Andriy Shevchenko after scoring the winning goal against Siena (AFP/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Kaka and Siena's Teixeira Juarez jump for the ball as Andriy Shevchenko follows play (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko celebrates after scoring (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko celebrates after scoring against Siena (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko celebrates after scoring as Siena's goalkeeper Marco Fortin kneels on the pitch in dejection (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko is tackled by Siena's Teixeira Juarez (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/17/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko controls the ball (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/17/2004

  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning player Ruslan Fedotenko is surrounded by teammates after his second period score (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/16/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning players Ruslan Fedotenko and teammate Vincent Lecavalier celebrate Fedotenko's second period goal (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/16/2004
  • Photo: A guard passes by the concrete sarcophagus housing Chernobyl nuclear power plant's fourth reactor, April 16, 2004. Ukraine closed the Chernobyl nuclear power station, the site of the world's worst civil nuclear disaster, in 2001 but some officials fear radiation is escaping due to the poor state of the old 'sarcophagus' which covers the reactor. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/16/2004
  • Photo: A specialist checks the radiation level outside the concrete sarcophagus housing the Chernobyl nuclear power plant's fourth reactor, April 16, 2004. Ukraine closed the Chernobyl nuclear power station, the site of the world's worst civil nuclear disaster, in 2001 but some officials fear radiation is escaping due to the poor state of the old 'sarcophagus' which covers the reactor. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/16/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Ruslan Fedotenko of the Tampa Bay Lightning celebrates his go-ahead goal against the New York Islanders (AFP/Yahoo) 04/16/2004
  • Photo: A group of 118 workers from Russia, Ukraine and other former Soviet republics board a plane at Baghdad's airport Friday, April 16, 2004. The evacuation began Thursday following the abduction Monday in Iraq of three Russian and five Ukrainian employees of Interenergoservis. (AP/Yahoo) 04/16/2004
  • Віктор Медведчук зустрівся з Владіміром Путіним (BBC Ukrainian) 04/16/2004
  • Кучма високо оцінив шанси Януковича (BBC Ukrainian) 04/16/2004
  • Photo: Roman Zozulia of Ukraine performs on the horizontal bars during the Gymnastic European Championships in Ljubljana (Reuters) 04/16/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning center Ruslan Fedotenko of Ukraine skates back to the bench after scoring against the New York Islanders (AP/Yahoo) 04/16/2004
  • Factions Slug It Out in Battle To See Who Will Lead Ukraine (Wash Post) 04/16/2004
  • Putin meets with Ukraine's head of presidential administration in Moscow (Interfax) 04/16/2004
  • Jury weighs case against Ukraine's ex-PM [Pavlo Lazarenko] (Financial Times) 04/16/2004
  • Poland, Ukraine keeping troops in Iraq - Siwiec (Interfax) 04/16/2004
  • Many Russians opt to stay in Iraq (CNN) 04/16/2004
  • EU expansion chief: 'It is a miracle' (CNN) 04/16/2004
  • In January-February, 73 Thousand More People Died than Were Born in Ukraine (UNIAN) 04/16/2004
  • Poet reflects on Chernobyl and horrors still too vivid [Leonid Dayen] (Louisville Courier-Journal) 04/16/2004
  • Obit: Abraham Spiegel, Survivor and Philanthropist, Dies at 97 [born in Mukachevo] (Jewish Journal) 04/16/2004
  • Barbie hopes more gear, new guy will attract buyers (Contra Costa Times) 04/16/2004
  • Austrian plays down Bulgaria Air bid [Austrian already has a 22.5 percent stake in Ukraine International Airlines.] (Reuters/CNN) 04/16/2004
  • ООН критикує Білорусь і Туркменістан, але не Росію (BBC Ukrainian) 04/16/2004
  • 'Suspicious' plane grounded in DRC [Russian and Ukrainian crew were apparently using forged paperwork and flight licences] (AFP/IOL) 04/16/2004
  • Communists Oppose Broadcasting in Ukrainian (Главред) 04/16/2004
  • Former Soviet countries [CIS group of 12] pledge economic, trade co-operation (AFP/Business Day) 04/16/2004
  • Ukrainian, Russian parliaments discuss common stand on accession to WTO (Interfax) 04/16/2004

  • Computer crime classification (eBCVG Network Security) 04/15/2004
  • Grappling with the angel of history (Jerusalem Post) 04/15/2004
  • Film depicts 'Unlikely Heroes' who resisted the Nazis (Kansas City Jewish Chronicle) 04/15/2004
  • Klitschko Brothers interviewed by Dan Rather for a segment on '60 Minutes II' [to air Wednesday, April 21, on CBS-TV] (East Side Boxing) 04/15/2004
  • Anger at Ukraine's ban on Russian [Ukrainian broadcasters have criticised a government order banning national TV and radio programmes in Russian, which is spoken by most Ukrainians... Russian is the first language of 22% of the population.] (BBC) 04/15/2004
  • Russian patriarch unhappy with pope (UPI/Wash Times) 04/15/2004
  • Візи з відбитками пальців (BBC Ukrainian) 04/15/2004
  • Вiктор Янукович - кандидат вiд влади (VOA) 04/15/2004
  • Ukrainian workers from Russian company to be evacuated from Iraq (Interfax) 04/15/2004
  • Russia airlifts 366 workers out [Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has urged Ukrainian workers in Iraq to 'seize the opportunity and leave the country until the stabilization of the situation.'] (AP/CNN) 04/15/2004
  • Key Members Cool on U.N. Iraq Resolution (AP/Yahoo) 04/15/2004
  • Photo: A convoy of buses, carrying Russian expatriate workers, drive along Baghdad's airport highway to meet flights sent by Moscow's emergencies ministry, April 15, 2004. About 20 buses carrying Russian workers headed for the airport in an evacuation organized after the kidnapping and swift release of three Russians and five Ukrainians in Baghdad. (AP/Yahoo) 04/15/2004
  • Computer crime classification (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/15/2004
  • UAH 924.18 m transferred to budget from privatization in 1Q04 (Interfax) 04/15/2004
  • Parliament to Consider CES Agreement April 20 (Главред) 04/15/2004
  • Photo: The Ukrainian synchronized swimming team performs its technical routine during an Olympic Games qualification tournament at the Olympic Aquatic Centre of the Athens Olympic Sports Complex (OAKA) April 15, 2004 (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/15/2004
  • Photo: A dog sniffs its food in a restaurant called 'Tampopo' in the center of Kiev, April 15, 2004. Tampopo is the first restaurant for visitors with their pets in the capital of the ex-Soviet Ukraine. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/15/2004
  • Photo: A visitor shows a menu to her dog in a restaurant called 'Tampopo' in the centre of Kiev, April 15, 2004. Tampopo is the first restaurant for visitors with their pets in the capital of the ex-Soviet Ukraine. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/15/2004
  • Yuschenko Criticizes Yanukovych’s Candidacy (Главред) 04/15/2004
  • Ющенку буде непросто перемогти Януковича на майбутніх виборах, вважає президент Центру Разумкова (УНІАН) 04/15/2004
  • Yanukovych nominated as single presidential candidate owing to his post - Symonenko (Interfax) 04/15/2004
  • Parliamentary-governmental coalition puts forward Yanukovych as single contender for presidency - Havrysh (Interfax) 04/15/2004
  • Yanukovych: nomination as single presidential candidate is challenge [Yanukovych attending meeting of the Council of CIS Heads of State in former Soviet resort area (Cholpon-Ata, Kyrgyzstan) used only by 'nomenklatura'.] (Interfax) 04/15/2004
  • Special anticorruption and organized crime committee under president unconstitutional - court (Interfax) 04/15/2004
  • Agroterrorism not a new weapon [Laying siege to towns, Tartars in Ukraine 600 years ago...] (La Vista Sun) 04/15/2004
  • US commerce department official to visit Ukraine (Interfax) 04/15/2004
  • Interview with Kurt Vonnegut ['Among the very last guards that I had at the end of the war, was Ukrainian SS. And they enjoyed the German army because they had such a terrible experience under Stalin. They welcomed the Germans when they came in. They must have all been shot after the war.'] (Spokesman-Review) 04/15/2004
  • Local congregation remembers Holocaust [...Nikitchyuk's Baptist grandmother, Zinaida, hid and saved three children of a neighboring Jewish family in the Ukrainian town of Sarny when the Germans invaded.] (Westford Eagle) 04/15/2004
  • S. Jersey Man May Be Deported For Lying About Nazi Past [81-year-old Andrew Kuras] (KYW) 04/15/2004
  • Pull for your favorite, but ethnic bias has no place in hiring police chief [Walter Zalisko] (Sarasota Herald-Tribune) 04/15/2004
  • Newtown's String Musicians Take The Stage (Newtown Bee) 04/15/2004
  • Ukraine issues warning on TB in prisons (AFP/Yahoo) 04/15/2004
  • Photo: A mantoux intradermal tuberculin skin test for tuberculosis. Tuberculosis is spreading at an alarming rate through Ukrainian prisons, the former Soviet republic's prosecutor's office warned, and he called on the government to halt abuses of inmates' rights there. (AFP/Yahoo) 04/15/2004
  • Czech web site serves newcomers' needs [pages in Vietnamese, Russian, Ukrainian, Armenian and English, www.domavcr.cz is designed to provide foreign residents with help on everything from acquiring permanent residency to getting a divorce] (Prague Post) 04/15/2004
  • Obit: Cid Corman, son of Ukrainian immigrants, poet who was behind the literary magazine Origin (Guardian) 04/15/2004
  • Commission on Human Rights adopted three resolutions on human rights in the occupied Syrian Golan, Israeli settlements in the occupied Arab territories, and the violation of human rights in the occupied Arab territories, including Palestine. (UNHCHR) 04/15/2004
  • Commentary: Taxes, civil liberties... [flat tax system] (Wash Times) 04/15/2004
  • Foul Territory [Klitschko] (Sports Express) 04/15/2004
  • Everest daily wrap up: North face, grueling hard times [Ukrainian Himalaya expedition Ama Dablam took off from Katmandu to Lukla] (Guardian) 04/15/2004
  • Action in fencing makes it appealing [Val Kizik from Odessa, Ukraine] (Indianapolis Star) 04/15/2004
  • Soccer: Italian Serie A Title Race (Reuters) 04/15/2004
  • Ukrainians look at Holle no-till farm practices methodis (Marysville Advocate) 04/15/2004
  • Навіщо депутату пістолет? (BBC Ukrainian) 04/15/2004
  • Ukrainian Majority Tabs Presidential Candidate (RFE/RL) 04/15/2004

  • Iraq 'Caretaker' Plan Proposed (AP/CBS News) 04/14/2004
  • Hide and Seek [Tatyana Pozdnyakova] (Competitor) 04/14/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich is seen in this Nov. 21, 2002 file photo taken in Kiev, Ukraine. Allies of Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma Wednesday April 14, 2004 nominated Yanukovich as their presidential candidate for the 2004 elections. (AP/Yahoo) 04/14/2004
  • В Українi передбачають брудну кампанiю (VOA) 04/14/2004
  • Новi процедури одержання американських вiз (VOA) 04/14/2004
  • США дають грошi на чеснi i прозорi вибори в Українi (VOA) 04/14/2004
  • Museum to perk up Jasper East. Ukrainian archives to move from Norwood (Edmonton Journal) 04/14/2004
  • Film Review: Lana's Rain [Ukrainian-born actress Oksana Orlenko] (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/14/2004
  • Ліцензії - лише для повністю україномовних теле- та радіостанцій (BBC Ukrainian) 04/14/2004
  • Illegal Migrants Will Settle In Ukraine En Masse - Hennadiy Moskal (Главред) 04/14/2004
  • USAID, CES to carry out two projects on organization of elections in Ukraine (Interfax) 04/14/2004
  • Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych to Run for Presidency (UANewswire) 04/14/2004
  • Polish border guards arrested for corruption (EU Business) 04/14/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, left, shakes hands with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov during their meeting in Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, April 13, 2004. Lavrov arrived in Ukraine for one-day working visit amid a hostage crisis involving Ukrainian and Russian citizens abducted in Iraq. (AP/Yahoo) 04/14/2004
  • Political reform will be implemented by elections - Kuchma (Interfax) 04/14/2004
  • Russia to Evacuate Over 800 from Iraq [Moscow said on Wednesday it would airlift over 800 Russians and citizens of ex-Soviet states out of Iraq] (AP/Yahoo) 04/14/2004
  • Russia prepares for Iraq pullout (AP/Yahoo) 04/14/2004
  • 4 Unidentified Bodies Found in Iraq (AP/Yahoo) 04/14/2004
  • Ukrainian peacekeepers, local leaders discuss joint measures to avoid conflict (Interfax) 04/14/2004
  • Iraq Cleric Offers Peace Terms, U.S. Forces Poised (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/14/2004
  • Bush says failure 'unthinkable' in Iraq as US takes aim at militants (AFP/Yahoo) 04/14/2004
  • Heavyweight breakdown: Can someone fix it? [Klitschko] (Seconds Out) 04/14/2004
  • Klitschko vows to return to ring (CNN) 04/14/2004
  • Vladimir Klitschko Rules Out Retirement After Defeat (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/14/2004
  • Boxing: Klitschko set to fight on after defeat (Independent) 04/14/2004
  • Klitschko rejects drug abuse speculation (DPA/Expatica) 04/14/2004
  • Ukraine Mission Golf Classic (Charlotte Observer) 04/14/2004
  • Easter eggs Ukranian style (Benson News Sun) 04/14/2004
  • Some Thoughts on Sport Medicine [Darwin Semotiuk] (U of Western Ontario) 04/14/2004
  • Олег Блохін потрапив в автокатастрофу (BBC Ukrainian) 04/14/2004
  • Москва хоче, аби Україна з нею узгоджувала стосунки з НАТО (BBC Ukrainian) 04/14/2004
  • Ukraine says no troops killed in Iraq recently (Reuters/AlertNet) 04/14/2004
  • Nations Urge Citizens to Quit Iraq After Abductions [France, Russia, Czech Republic] (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/14/2004
  • Scotland's population crisis set to deepen [McConnell to bring in immigrants from non-EU countries] (The Scotsman) 04/14/2004
  • Borders come down, but what barriers remain? (Financial Times) 04/14/2004
  • [Pagedown] Verkhovna Rada fails to pass constitutional-reform bill (RFE/RL) 04/14/2004
  • Verkhovna Rada fails to pass constitutional-reform bill (RFE/RL) 04/14/2004
  • Energy Ministry to pass coal mine management to state coal company (Interfax) 04/14/2004
  • VR not to vote again on political reform bill, says Lytvyn (Interfax) 04/14/2004

  • Ukraine legend Blokhin survives smash (ESPN) 04/13/2004
  • 1975 European player of year injured in car crash [Oleg Blokhin] (AP/SF Chronicle) 04/13/2004
  • Hryschenko calls for evacuation of Ukrainian specialists working in Iraq (Interfax) 04/13/2004
  • Barging your way through Europe [14 night 'In the Footsteps of the Cossacks' cruise ... along the Dnieper River that visits several intriguing Russian ports including Kiev, Odessa and Sevastopol.] (MSNBC) 04/13/2004
  • Eight kidnapped engineers released in Iraq (UPI/Wash Times) 04/13/2004
  • Ukraine-German forum conference to discuss Kyiv-EU relations after enlargement (Interfax) 04/13/2004
  • Russia sees Ukraine its strategic partner in future Europe, says Lavrov (Interfax) 04/13/2004
  • Ukraine to pay EUR 4,000 under ECHR ruling for too long proceedings (Interfax) 04/13/2004
  • A Passover family tale like no other: Descendants of 18th-century rabbi will recount his quest tonight (NJ Star Ledger) 04/13/2004
  • Chevron Texaco mulls joint venture (Warsaw Business Journal) 04/13/2004
  • Foreign Ministry confirms release of hostages in Iraq (Interfax) 04/13/2004
  • Interenergoservice head confirms release of staff in Iraq (Interfax) 04/13/2004
  • Five Ukrainians seized among staff of Russian Interenergoservice in Baghdad - MFA (Interfax) 04/13/2004
  • Ukraine says no troops killed in Iraq recently [Report by Itar-Tass news agency untrue] (Gateway2Russia) 04/13/2004
  • Iraq militants free more hostages [One Ukrainian soldier was killed and several others wounded in an incident in Iraq, said the Russian Itar-Tass news agency, which gave no further details] (BBC) 04/13/2004
  • Photo: Workers from a Russian energy company, who were kidnapped the day before, sit in the villa they were abducted from after their release in Baghdad April 13, 2004. Three of the workers are Russian and five are Ukrainian nationals. They were abducted on Monday night at their villa after returning from work. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/13/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Konstyantyn Gryshchenko (R) stands behind his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov during their meeting at Ukraine's Foreign Ministry in Kiev, April 13, 2004. Lavrov arrived in Ukraine with a one-day working visit. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/13/2004
  • Foreign workers told to quit Iraq (BBC) 04/13/2004
  • Revolt in Kut Echoes in Ukraine (Wash Post) 04/13/2004
  • Oil Workers Among Foreigners Seized in Iraq [5 Ukrainians] (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/13/2004
  • Supreme Rada Health Committee to Ask Leonid Kuchma to Recall Peacemakers from Sierra-Leone and Liberia (UNIAN) 04/13/2004
  • Ukrainians and Russians Freed in Iraq (AP/Yahoo) 04/13/2004
  • 8 Russian Company Workers Freed in Iraq [5 Ukrainians, 3 Russians] (AP/Yahoo) 04/13/2004
  • Russian and Ukrainian hostages freed in Iraq (CTV) 04/13/2004
  • 8 Russian, Ukrainian Hostages Released [Brama correction: 5 Ukrainian citizens, 3 Russians, working for Russian energy company] (NY Times) 04/13/2004
  • Russian and Ukrainian hostages freed in Iraq (CTV) 04/13/2004
  • Ukrainian, Russian Workers for Energy Company Are Freed in Iraq ... (Bloomberg) 04/13/2004
  • 5 Ukrainians and 3 Russians kidnapped in Baghdad are released (AFP/Yahoo) 04/13/2004
  • Sadr aide held as US plans Iraq reinforcements (Financial Times) 04/13/2004
  • Photo: A US army helicopter hovers over an electrical power station in Baghdad. The five Ukrainian and three Russian employees of a Russian energy company who were kidnapped in Baghdad have been released after less than a day in captivity, officials said (AFP/Yahoo) 04/13/2004
  • Iraqi women pass a U.S military Bradley armoured vehicle guarding al-Mustansiriya university in Baghdad April 12, 2004. Five Ukrainians and three Russians were freed on Tuesday, a day after they were seized in Iraq, where a U.S. military crackdown has led to the kidnapping of dozens of foreigners and a flareup of violence. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/13/2004
  • Eight Russian Workers Kidnapped in Iraq [Brama correction: 5 Ukrainian citizens, 3 Russians, working for Russian energy company] (AP/Yahoo) 04/13/2004
  • 5 Ukrainians among Baghdad Hostages (Novinite) 04/13/2004
  • More foreigners seized in Iraq [5 Ukrainians] (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/13/2004
  • A food manufacturing revolution in Ukraine (Food Production Daily) 04/13/2004
  • Body of SA man mutilated in Iraq (South Africa Star) 04/13/2004
  • Photo: Houston Rockets' Yao Ming, of China, left, is fouled by Seattle SuperSonics' Vitaly Potapenko, of Ukraine, in the second half Monday (AP/Yahoo) 04/13/2004
  • Tennis: WTA Tour Family Circle Cup Results [Yuliana Fedak, Tatiana Perebiynis] (AP/SF Chronicle) 04/13/2004
  • Міліціонери побили журналіста Бойка в райсуді Донецька (УНІАН) 04/13/2004

  • On the Czech-German border, a 15-year-old costs just a few euros (EU Business) 04/12/2004
  • Seizures of Ukrainian property continue abroad resulting from the TMR claim against the State Property Fund of Ukraine (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/12/2004
  • Judgment day in the Mukachevo campaign (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/12/2004
  • What is this man's reform? (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/12/2004
  • USAID administrator Andrew Natsios: 'Interference in the country's internal affairs? We've heard this accusation from authoritarian and totalitarian regimes for decades.' (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/12/2004
  • Major-General Serhiy Ostrovsky: 'The brigade displayed courage and heroism' (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/12/2004
  • Photo: New York Islanders goalie Rick Dipietro covers up the puck as Tampa Bay Lightning’s Ruslan Fedotenko moves in (AP/Yahoo) 04/12/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning’s Ruslan Fedotenko battles for the puck with New York Islanders Janne Niinimaa and Adrian Auccoin (AP/Yahoo) 04/12/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko fights for the puck with the New York Islanders' Adrian Aucoin (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/12/2004
  • Conference in Ukraine on news responsibility online (International Journalist's Network) 04/12/2004
  • Ukrainian Easter observed in New York City SLIDESHOW (BRAMA) 04/12/2004
  • Iraq violence tests coalition unity (CS Monitor) 04/12/2004
  • Політику Буша буде піддано суду Міжнародного суспільного трибуналу (УНІАН) 04/12/2004
  • On This Day: 1995 - Ukraine agrees to close by 2000 the Chernobyl nuclear reactor, the site of an accident in 1986 that resulted in massive radioactive pollution and many deaths. (Melbourne Herald Sun) 04/12/2004
  • The symbol of Easter [Pysanky] (Los Alamos Monitor) 04/12/2004
  • Ukraine, Russia have huge prospects for cooperation within CES - Russian Ambassador Chernomyrdin (Interfax) 04/12/2004
  • Ukraine incorporates biggest steel mill [Krivorozhstal] (Interfax) 04/12/2004
  • Boris Levitan, mathematician, dies at age 89 (Minneapolis Star Tribune) 04/12/2004
  • Road-rage attack [Drunken firefighter pretending to be a cop punches Ukrainian immigrant] (NY Post) 04/12/2004
  • Fledgling congregation blessed (Arizona Daily Sun) 04/12/2004
  • Former [Ukrainian] prisoner delivers Easter message of hope (Scranton Times-Tribune) 04/12/2004
  • U.S. offers cease-fire to Sunni militants; Council members threaten to resign over Fallujah strife (Chicago Tribune) 04/12/2004
  • Clashes Erupt in Iraq's Falluja After Day's Truce (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/12/2004
  • New EU borders will struggle to keep out crime (New Zealand Stuff) 04/12/2004
  • Bloc attacks Martin's CSL layoffs [CSL ship fires Canadians, hires cheaper Ukrainian crew] (Calgary Herald) 04/12/2004
  • We'll kill hostages, one by one, rebels vow (Sydney Morning Herald) 04/12/2004
  • Migrant smuggling sentencing today [from 4/6/04] (New Zealand Herald) 04/12/2004
  • Chess: A new storm brews [Ruslan Ponomariov of Ukraine] (ABS-CBN News) 04/12/2004
  • Soccer: Dynamo claim Shakhtar scalp (UEFA) 04/12/2004
  • Boxing: Brodie and Klitschko stopped by long shots (Independent) 04/12/2004
  • Ukrainian's future remains out of focus [Wladimir Klitschko] (Contra Costa Times) 04/12/2004
  • Loss a blow to W. Klitschko's future (AP/Baltimore Sun) 04/12/2004
  • Michael Katz: At Brewster Triumph, Tyson Is Nearby [Klitschko] (NY Times) 04/12/2004
  • John Rawling: Klitschko's future left on the floor after surprise defeat (Guardian) 04/12/2004
  • Wlad: I was suddenly weak! [Klitschko] (Fightnews) 04/12/2004
  • Brewster stops Klitschko for WBO belt (The Scotsman) 04/12/2004

  • Shock loss for Klitschko (BBC) 04/11/2004
  • Victory in Kut tinged with bitterness (Philadelphia Inquirer) 04/11/2004
  • Chess: Meet the Muzychuk sisters [Photos] (Chessbase) 04/11/2004
  • Central Europe's first Holocaust museum set to open in Budapest (AFP/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Dahlberg: Klitschko's Future Might Be Outside Ring (AP/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Boxing: Heavyweight Lamon Brewster Defeats Wladimir Klitschko (VOA) 04/11/2004
  • Wlad out of the picture (BBC) 04/11/2004
  • Brewster Upsets Klitschko in WBO Title Fight (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Lamon Brewster of Los Angeles lands a left to Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine during their WBO heavyweight championship fight (AP/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine, (R) holds onto referee Robert Byrd as he ends the heavyweight championship fight against Lamon Brewster of Los Angeles (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Lamon Brewster of Los Angeles, California, (L) knocks out Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine, at the end of the fifth round (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Lamon Brewster of Los Angeles lands a left to Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine during their WBO heavyweight championship fight (AP/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Lamon Brewster of Los Angeles, California, (L) and Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine, trade blows in the fifth round (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Lamon Brewster (L) of Los Angeles, California takes a punch from Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine during the fifth round (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Wladimir Klitschko (L) of Kiev, Ukraine battles with Lamon Brewster of Los Angeles, California during their WBO heavyweight title fight (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Lamon Brewster of Los Angeles, California, (L) knocks out Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine, at the end of the fifth round of their WBO heavyweight championship fight (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Lamon Brewster (L) of Los Angeles, California takes a punch from Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine during the fifth round of their WBO heavyweight title fight (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Wladimir Klitschko (L) of Kiev, Ukraine lands a body blow on Lamon Brewster of Los Angeles, California (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Eggs extraordinaire: Sure, it's Easter, but pysanky egg decorating isn't kid stuff (Ann Arbor News) 04/11/2004
  • A war built on sand [... this past week may be the equivalent of the 1968 Tet offensive - the moment when America discovered that, for all its overwhelming military superiority, it is not winning the war...] (New Zealand Herald) 04/11/2004
  • The March of Folly ['Now the Americans are caught in a trap of their own making. Even if they wanted to leave Iraq (which they certainly do not!), they would be unable to do so. As the Hebrew saying goes, they can neither swallow it nor spit it out.'] (MMN) 04/11/2004
  • Ukrainian priest brings English to church [Photo] (Northport Herald-Tribune) 04/11/2004
  • Apostles met grisly ends (Bucks County Courier Times) 04/11/2004
  • She works on eggshells [pysanky] (Akron Beacon Journal) 04/11/2004
  • Friends, thanks for your contributions to Ukraine (Charlotte Observer) 04/11/2004
  • Real estate fever grips Ukraine (AFP/Channel News Asia) 04/11/2004
  • EU expansion to isolate poor neighbors (AP/Seattle Times) 04/11/2004
  • Immigration model needs new approach (Toronto Star) 04/11/2004
  • Residents, builders gird for zoning war [Development vs. preservation in Chicago's Ukrainian Village] (Chicago Tribune) 04/11/2004
  • Klitschko brothers too good to be true? Likeable Ukrainians may soon both be heavyweight champs. (AP/Morning Call) 04/11/2004
  • Brewster Upsets Klitschko in WBO Title Fight (Reuters) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Referee Robert Byrd checks on Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine at the end of the fifth round of a WBO heavyweight title fight with Lamon Brewster (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Lamon Brewster of Los Angeles (L) walks to his corner as referee Robert Byrd checks on Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine at the end of the fifth round (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Wladimir Klitschko takes a standing eight count from referee Robert Byrd to end the fight in the fifth round (AP/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Wladimir Klitschko crawls on the mat during the fifth round (AP/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Referee Robert Byrd stops the fight as Wladimir Klitschko goes down during the fifth round (AP/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Lamon Brewster of Los Angeles (L) looks on as referee Robert Byrd tries to hold up Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine at the end of the fifth round (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Wladimir Klitschko lies on the canvas as Lamon Brewster sits in his corner during the fifth round (AP/Yahoo) 04/11/2004
  • Photo: Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine, (R) holds onto referee Robert Byrd as he ends the heavyweight championship fight against Lamon Brewster of Los Angeles, California (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/11/2004

  • Photo: Lamon Brewster,left, knocks down Wladimir Klitschko during the fifth round to end the fight (AP/Yahoo) 04/10/2004
  • Ukrainian peacekeepers not taking part in combat operations in Iraq but render aid to coalition forces and locals (Interfax) 04/10/2004
  • Photo: Wladimir Klitschko hits Lamon Brewster during the second round (AP/Yahoo) 04/10/2004
  • Photo: Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Ed Belfour is congratulated by teammates Calle Johansson, Joe Nieuwendyk and Alexei Ponikarovsky (AP/Yahoo) 04/10/2004
  • Brevard full of Easter tradition (Florida Today) 04/10/2004
  • Klitschko stunned, KO'd after the bell (LA Daily News) 04/10/2004
  • Після 8 років невдач 'Динамо' перемагає у Донецьку (BBC Ukrainian) 04/10/2004
  • Bush Was Told of Al Qaeda Hijack Preparation one month before Sept. 11, 2001 (Reuters) 04/10/2004
  • Text of Bush's Aug. 6, 2001, Intel Brief (AP/Yahoo) 04/10/2004
  • White House releases 9/11 memo (AFP/Yahoo) 04/10/2004
  • Bush's Pre-9/11 al-Qaida Memo Released (AP/Yahoo) 04/10/2004
  • Photo: Lamon Brewster,left, knocks down Wladimir Klitschko during the fifth round to end the fight at the Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Saturday, April 10, 2004. Brewster won the WBO heavyweight title with fifth round TKO. (AP/Yahoo) 04/10/2004
  • Klitschko stopped; Spinks wins decision (AP/SF Chronicle) 04/10/2004
  • Photo: Wladimir Klitschko sits in his corner after a fifth round TKO loss to Lamon Brewster at the Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas (AP/Yahoo) 04/10/2004
  • Photo: Wladimir Klitschko, right, hits Lamon Brewster during the second round at the Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Saturday, April 10, 2004. The pair met for for the vacant WBO heavyweight title. (AP/Yahoo) 04/10/2004
  • Photo: Wladimir Klitschko hits Lamon Brewster during the second round at the Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas (AP/Yahoo) 04/10/2004
  • Wladimir Klitschko TKO'd by Lamon Brewster at end of Round 5 (HBO) 04/10/2004
  • Klitschko training pics! (Fightnews) 04/10/2004
  • With Steward in Corner, W. Klitschko Starts Fresh (Wash Post) 04/10/2004
  • SecondsOut staff pick Klitschko-Brewster, Spinks-Judah (Seconds Out) 04/10/2004
  • Relief Fund brings Ukrainian toddler to US for re-constructive surgery SPECIAL (BRAMA) 04/10/2004
  • First National Ukrainian Forum on Diagnosing and Treating Infants with Congenital Heart Disease FOTO/S (BRAMA) 04/10/2004
  • Teaching-Learning Network releases documentary on Children of Chornobyl Relief Fund (BRAMA) 04/10/2004
  • Відійшов у вічність †  Роман Іваницький. Вічна йому пам'ять. (BRAMA) 04/10/2004
  • Ukrainian Easter Bread [Martha Stewart Recipes] (Food Network) 04/10/2004
  • Teaching Ukrainian Famine History: on the Buses (UANewswire) 04/10/2004
  • Ukrainian Nuclear Reactors Shut Down [for regular maintenance and energy conservation during the Easter holidays, officials said] (AP/Yahoo) 04/10/2004
  • Boxing: Fight Schedule [Today at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas (HBO), Vladimir Klitschko, Ukraine, vs. Lamon Brewster, Los Angeles, 12, for the vacant WBO heavyweight title] (Salt Lake Tribune) 04/10/2004
  • Pro Boxing: Klitschko tops card (AP/Grand Forks Herald) 04/10/2004
  • Orthodox celebrate Easter on same day as other Christians this year (Salt Lake Tribune) 04/10/2004
  • Egg masterpieces more than hobby for Marblehead woman (Port Clinton News Herald) 04/10/2004
  • Easter eggs tradition has a colorful history (Arizona Republic) 04/10/2004
  • Easter brings families (and eggheads) closer together (Minnesota Sun) 04/10/2004
  • Deep meaning of Easter food (Calgary Sun) 04/10/2004
  • Pysanky eggs recall Ukranian tradition (Watertown Daily Times) 04/10/2004
  • Rosslyn's such a good egg! [Pysanky] (ic Birmingham) 04/10/2004
  • Ukrainian Mayonnaise [Martha Stewart Recipes] (Food Network) 04/10/2004
  • [Easter] Season inspires cross walk (Mansfield News Journal) 04/10/2004
  • In Poland, new 'Passion' plays on old hatreds; Hints of anti-Semitism in film are felt deeply in Catholic nation still haunted by Holocaust (Boston Globe) 04/10/2004
  • Christian artists lend a hand to build Habitat house (Williamson County Review Appeal) 04/10/2004
  • Helping the children of Chernobyl [Chornobyl] 18 years on (Bath Chronicle) 04/10/2004
  • Mass grave linked to WW II atrocities (Chicago Tribune) 04/10/2004
  • Two plead guilty to false documents (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) 04/10/2004
  • Making Sense Out of Russia's Free Trade Initiative [by Marian L. Tupy: The CES initiative -- which also includes Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Belarus -- is emerging during the grandest nation-enlargement in European history] (Cato Institute) 04/10/2004
  • Ukraine opposition defeats plan for power shift in government [By Askold Krushelnycky in Prague] (Independent) 04/10/2004
  • US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Says Enhanced Scrutiny Regime with Respect to Transactions Involving Ukraine Is Cancelled (Embassy of Ukraine) 04/10/2004
  • The representive of Ukraine took part in annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington — for the second time in festival’s history (Embassy of Ukraine) 04/10/2004
  • Diary: Poles ponder EU possibilities (BBC) 04/10/2004
  • Without a Doubt [Condoleezza Rice bio] (The New Yorker) 04/10/2004
  • Moment of truth [Shiite pilgrims stream towards the holy city, Baghdad, to converge with others from all corners of Iraq.] (The Age) 04/10/2004

  • Europe prepares for terrorism (RFE/RL) 04/09/2004
  • Coalition remains willing -- for the time being (RFE/RL) 04/09/2004
  • Boxing: Spinks Can Prove Himself With Judah Fight (AP/Yahoo) 04/09/2004
  • Photo: Members of the Ukrainian 'Alfa' special police unit train at a railway station in Donetsk April 9, 2004. Ukraine's Interior police organized anti-terrorism drills to workout hostage rescue tactics. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/09/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Rejects Amendments (AP/Yahoo) 04/09/2004
  • Deputy Chief of General Staff May Gen Oleh Syvushenko Refutes Media Reports about Ukrainian Military Personnel Having Left Al Kut, Neglecting Coalition Force Command's Orders (Embassy of Ukraine) 04/09/2004
  • Photo: Members of Ukrainian 'Alfa' special police unit train storming a carriage during exercises at a railway station in Donetsk, April 9, 2004. Ukraine's Interior police organized the anti-terrorism drills to workout hostage rescue tactics. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/09/2004
  • Photo: A model shows a hairstyle during a 'Beauty Season 2004' contest, in Kiev April 9, 2004. The annual international competition of hairdressers, nail and body-art designers started in the Ukrainian capital on April 7 and runs till April 10. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/09/2004
  • Ukrainian Catholics touched; Prelate's visit a first in region [Archbishop Stefan Soroka of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia] (Republican & Herald) 04/09/2004
  • Easter Greetings from H.E. Mykhailo B. Reznik, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the United States SPECIAL (BRAMA) 04/09/2004
  • Привітання надзвичайного та повноважного посла України в США Михайла Резніка з нагоди свята Христового Воскресіння! SPECIAL (BRAMA) 04/09/2004
  • US Ask Ukraine to Step Up Fight against Human Trafficking (Главред) 04/09/2004
  • US to deepen cooperation with CIS in war on human trafficking says senior US advisor (Interfax) 04/09/2004
  • North Port picks new police chief (Sarasota Herald-Tribune) 04/09/2004
  • Lycos Announces Angelfire Web Site, Receiving the Most Traffic in the Past Four Years [Website Featuring Photo Diary of Young Ukrainian Woman's Motorcycle Trip Through 'Deadzone' of Chernobyl] (PRNewswire) 04/09/2004
  • Repeated Voting on Draft Law About Making Changes to Constitution Possible in SR Today – MPs (UNIAN) 04/09/2004
  • 3,000 protest proposed election change in Ukraine (Chicago Tribune) 04/09/2004
  • Ten Ukrainian parties to nominate joint candidate (Baku Sun) 04/09/2004
  • Presidential press services gives lie to cancellation of VAT-accounts news [?] (Interfax) 04/09/2004
  • Kuchma U-turns on VAT accounts introduction (Part 2) (Interfax) 04/09/2004
  • Ex-Ukrainian PM extorted businessmen: witness [Pavlo Lazarenko] (AFP/Borneo Bulletin) 04/09/2004
  • CIS prosecutors sign 11 documents to coordinate efforts in war on organized crime (Interfax) 04/09/2004
  • Ukraine: a reliable partner in fighting cyberterrorism and money laundering (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/09/2004
  • Collecting evidence while investigating computer crimes (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/09/2004
  • Man arrested for steroids at SFO ['Ukraine is a known source for steroids'] (San Mateo Daily Journal) 04/09/2004
  • Austrian-Ukrainian group buys 90% stake in Moldovan Steel Mill (Interfax) 04/09/2004
  • SANA and Ukrainian News Agency / Agreement (World News) 04/09/2004
  • U.S. not alone in Iraq ['A Ukranian official made the stunning admission that they abandoned Kut 'because they did not have the means to engage in combat.'] (Philadelphia Daily News) 04/09/2004
  • Coalition troop deployment (UPI/Wash Times) 04/09/2004
  • US options in dealing with a widening war (CS Monitor) 04/09/2004
  • Iraqis Insist On Expelling Occupation (Islam Online) 04/09/2004
  • Confusion over Falluja ceasefire (BBC) 04/09/2004
  • Insurgents take hostages, dig in across Iraq (Chicago Tribune) 04/09/2004
  • Strains emerge among U.S. partners in combat in wake of violent uprising by Shia cleric (Newsday) 04/09/2004
  • On April 15, 2004, the U.S. Consular Section in Kyiv will begin collecting digitally scanned fingerprints from U.S. visa applicants. (Interfax) 04/09/2004
  • U.N.: Peacekeeper gem mining in S. Leone? ['Ukrainian soldier has been assisting the licensed Sierra Rus mining company to remove spoil material from a mining site'] (UPI/Wash Times) 04/09/2004
  • Kerry promises jobs, eulogizes war dead. U.S. cannot carry Iraq burden alone, he says, criticizing Bush's foreign policy (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) 04/09/2004
  • Opponents of reform in for slander campaign [Ukraine constitution] (Ukrayinska Pravda) 04/09/2004
  • Ukraine may face terrorist attacks if its peacekeepers stay in Iraq - Kriuchkov (Ukrayinska Pravda) 04/09/2004
  • Pull out troops or we burn hostages alive (Daily Telegraph) 04/09/2004
  • World Briefing: Europe (NY Times) 04/09/2004
  • Final press conference quotes: Klitschko vs Brewster; Spinks v Judah (Seconds Out) 04/09/2004
  • Church Leader Leads Holy Thursday Mass in Schuylkill County [Archbishop Stefan Soroka] (WNEP) 04/09/2004
  • In city's churches, preparing for Easter (Baltimore Sun) 04/09/2004
  • Pope Hears Confessions to Start Good Friday Events (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/09/2004
  • Non-Jews in Ukraine help mark Sholem Aleichem’s anniversary (JTA) 04/09/2004
  • Файненшл таймс: 'Президент Кучма не спромігся змінити конституцію' (BBC Ukrainian) 04/09/2004
  • Зміни до української Конституції не пройшли (BBC Ukrainian) 04/09/2004
  • Klitschko Brothers Learn to Share (Wash Post) 04/09/2004
  • Wladimir Klitschko Ready to Regain WBO Title (UANewswire) 04/09/2004
  • Polish Commander Appeals to Iraqis to End Violence (Bulgarian News Network) 04/09/2004
  • Iraq in turmoil on Saddam anniversary (Reuters) 04/09/2004
  • U.S. Forces Recapture Southern Iraq City [Kut] (AP/Yahoo) 04/09/2004
  • U.S. Forces Retake Shi'ite Town in Iraq [Kut] (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/09/2004
  • A coalition showing signs of fracture. Insurgents are targeting forces of smaller countries exposing the weaknesses in the Pentagon's plans (Guardian) 04/09/2004
  • Europe Seems Dismayed by Iraq Turn (NY Times) 04/09/2004
  • Коаліція ще не вирішила, чи вимагати переголосування законопроекту №4105 (УНІАН) 04/09/2004

  • Basketball: Four Join Azovmash Ahead of Post-Season (FIBA Europe) 04/08/2004
  • MLS fines Kovalenko (Sports Network) 04/08/2004
  • NSportview: Klitschkos Are Solid Boxers (AP/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Photo: New York Islanders defenseman Roman Hamerlik of the Czech Republic reaches in on Tampa Bay Lightning center Ruslan Fedotenko of Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Парламент не схвалив конституційну реформу. Забракло 6 голосів (BBC Ukrainian) 04/08/2004
  • Photo: Le chef du parti ukrainien d'opposition 'Notre Ukraine' Viktor Iouchtchenko [Yushchenko], le 31 mars a Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Полiтреформа наразi провалилася (VOA) 04/08/2004
  • У Києвi вшанували пам`ять Тараса Процюка (VOA) 04/08/2004
  • НАТО не планує розташовувати війська в Україні (BBC Ukrainian) 04/08/2004
  • Акція протесту біля парламенту (BBC Ukrainian) 04/08/2004
  • Photo: Wladimir Klitschko, of the Ukraine poses after he tips the scales at 243 pounds Thursday, April 8, 2004 at the Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Klitschko meets Lamon Brewster Saturday night, April 10, at the events center of the hotel for the vacant WBO heavyweight title. (AP/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Photo: Lamon Brewster poses after he tips the scales at 226 pounds Thursday, April 8, 2004 at the Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Brewster meets Wladimir Klitschko, right, of the Ukraine, Saturday night, April 10. (AP/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Photo: New York Islanders defenseman Roman Hamerlik, left, of the Czech Republic, reaches in on Tampa Bay Lightning center Ruslan Fedotenko (17), of the Ukraine, during the first period of their NHL Eastern Conference quarterfinal game Thursday night (AP/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Ukraine to keep troops in Iraq, may send more arms (Reuters/AlertNet) 04/08/2004
  • Photo: A protester holds up a poster showing the British Prime Minister Tony Blair, U.S. President George Bush and Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar reading 'The Damned' during a protest outside the U.S. embassy in Madrid, Thursday April 8, 2004 on the anniversary of the death of Spanish journalist Jose Couso at a Baghdad hotel during the war in Iraq. A U.S tank fired on and killed Couso, a cameraman for the Spanish private Telecinco station. The Palestine Hotel was packed with some 300 foreign journalists covering the invasion of Iraq at the time. Ukrainian cameraman Taras Protsyuk, of Reuters television, was killed in the same incident. (AP/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • War Museum Officials should not escape blame [lost and found Filip Konowal Victoria Cross valued at $250,000] (CNW Telbec) 04/08/2004
  • Poland, Ukraine Won't Withdraw Soldiers From Iraq (Bloomberg) 04/08/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma fails to change constitution (Financial Times) 04/08/2004
  • Поіменне голосування за зміни до Конституції України (Українська правда) 04/08/2004
  • Політреформа провалилася: Після провалу політреформи Тимошенко ставить на Медведчукові 'хрест' (Українська правда) 04/08/2004
  • БІЛЬШОВИКИ ЗБИРАЮТЬСЯ ПРОГОЛОСУВАТИ ПОЛІТРЕФОРМУ ЩЕ РАЗ (Українська правда) 04/08/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition deputies cheer as they celebrate the failure of a constitutional reform bill in the parliament hall in Kiev, April 8, 2004. Reforms aimed at slashing the powers of future Ukrainian presidents failed to get parliament's approval dealing a blow to the outgoing president, Leonid Kuchma. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition deputies cheer as they celebrate the failure of a constitutional reform in the parliament hall in Kiev, April 8, 2004. Reforms aimed at slashing the powers of future Ukrainian presidents failed to get parliament's approval, dealing a blow to the outgoing president Leonid Kuchma. (Reuters) 04/08/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko speaks during a parliamentary session in Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, April 8, 2004. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the Ukrainian parliament on Thursday, the day of an expected final vote on constitutional amendments that the opposition contends threaten democracy in the former Soviet republic. (AP/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's parliament rejected bitterly contested changes to the constitution denounced by the opposition as a bid by President Leonid Kuchma (pictured) to hang on to power after his second term ends in October. (AFP/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • ВЕРХОВНА РАДА УКРАЇНИ НЕ ПРИЙНЯЛА РІШЕННЯ ПРО УХВАЛЕННЯ ЗМІН ДО КОНСТИТУЦІЇ (Українська правда) 04/08/2004
  • Draft on political reform fails in VR (Interfax) 04/08/2004
  • Ukraine parliament rejects constitutional changes (AFP/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Opposition Jubilant as Ukraine Throws Out Reforms (Reuters) 04/08/2004
  • Ukraine Rejects Controversial Constitution Reform (Reuters) 04/08/2004
  • Kyiv denies Ukrainian peacekeepers left al Kut despite coalition's orders (Interfax) 04/08/2004
  • Ukrainians Protest Constitutional Changes (AP/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Photo: Iraqi Shi'ites chant while holding their weapons in the Holy city of Najaf April 8, 2004. U.S.-led coalition forces do not have control of the cities of Najaf and Kut, where Shi'ite militiamen have seized control of key buildings in the center of town, the top U.S. general in Iraq (news - web sites) said on Thursday. Lieutenant-General Ricardo Sanchez said coalition troops in the cities -- who include Ukrainian and Spanish soldiers -- were in their bases on the outskirts. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Withdrawal of Ukrainian peacekeepers is not in agenda - General Staff (Interfax) 04/08/2004
  • Ukraine to Keep Troops in Iraq, May Send More Arms (Reuters) 04/08/2004
  • US-led forces risk being sucked into guerrilla war (Reuters) 04/08/2004
  • Citizen's arrest after car drama (Cornishman) 04/08/2004
  • Understanding 'New Europe': Polish, Ukrainian heavyweights exchange views New York [Tarasyuk, Naimski] SPECIAL (BRAMA) 04/08/2004
  • US stoking unrest before festival, say Shia (Independent) 04/08/2004
  • Steamed Rice: Being Condi Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry (Counterpunch) 04/08/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian man lights a candle under a portrait of killed journalist Taras Protsyuk near the U.S. embassy in Kiev, April 8, 2004. A couple of dozen people lit candles and laid red carnations outside the embassy in Ukraine's capital on Thursday to commemorate the first anniversary of his death. Protsyuk, 35, was killed when a U.S. tank shell hit the Palestine Hotel, the headquarters of international journalists in Baghdad as troops entered the Iraqi capital on April 8, 2003. Taras had worked for Reuters since 1993. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Photo: An elderly Ukrainian man shouts as he takes part in a rally outside the parliament building in Kiev, April 8, 2004. Ukrainian opposition activists protest on Thursday as deputies are due to vote on a political reform aimed at transferring part of the president's authority to parliament and the prime minister (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Proportional Local Elections Are Untimely - Kyiv's Mayor Oleksandr Omelchenko (Главред) 04/08/2004
  • One Should First Get Americans Acquainted with Ukraine’s Existence to Raise Their Concern over Its Problems – Tikhon Pascal (Главред) 04/08/2004
  • Ukraine MPs vote on constitution (BBC) 04/08/2004
  • Fugitive Chief to Air Radio Continent from Underground (UANewswire) 04/08/2004
  • Nonexistent Russian women were the bait [scheme netted at least $1 million and may have involved other people in Russia or Ukraine] (San Diego Union-Tribune) 04/08/2004
  • Bulgaria Issues Tax-free Visas for 3 Countries (Novinite) 04/08/2004
  • Draft resolution on withdrawal of Ukrainian peacekeepers from Iraq registered in Verkhovna Rada (Interfax) 04/08/2004
  • Iraq Uprising Shifts Role of U.S. Allies (AP/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Militiamen Control Parts of 3 Iraq Cities [Top U.S. general vows to retake militia-held Kut] (AP/Yahoo) 04/08/2004
  • Coalition forces in Iraq don't control Najaf, Kut (Reuters/AlertNet) 04/08/2004
  • Rumsfeld defiant, but US troops face extended Iraq duty (Independent) 04/08/2004
  • Journalists Killed by U.S. Troops Remembered in Iraq [Cameraman Taras Protsyuk] (Reuters) 04/08/2004
  • Українськi миротворцi евакуювалися з Аль-Куту (VOA) 04/08/2004
  • An oval art form [pysanky] (Pantagraph) 04/08/2004
  • Ukraine to vote on constitution (Financial Times) 04/08/2004
  • Economic Iron Curtain Drops With a Thud [Uzhhorod] (Moscow Times) 04/08/2004
  • UN warns that grain stocks are becoming dangerously low (Scotland Herald) 04/08/2004
  • U.S. Increases Efforts to Put Down Sunni and Shiite Combatants (NY Times) 04/08/2004
  • Under Fire, Private Army Emerges (Wash Post) 04/08/2004
  • Some Allies Reconsider Their Occupation Roles (Wash Post) 04/08/2004
  • As Violence Grows, Some U.S. Allies Rethink Iraq Commitments (Reuters/NY Times) 04/08/2004
  • Urban warfare grips Iraq [Ukrainian forces failed to defend the compound and pulled out of Kut. Previously, only Iraqi policemen had abandoned their positions under attack from Sadr's Mahdi army.] (Daily Telegraph) 04/08/2004
  • Ukrainian troops cede town as attacks on allies intensify (Financial Times) 04/08/2004
  • A guided missile, a misguided war. US kills 40 in mosque attack as Iraq conflict spirals out of control (Independent) 04/08/2004
  • A farce before the tragedy that roiled the world [Book review] (NY Newsday) 04/08/2004

  • Sharipov: Ukrainian Men Still Contenders (Int'l Gymnast) 04/07/2004
  • Coughlin selects an agent with deep pool of experience (Contra Costa Times) 04/07/2004
  • Ireland U19s lose to Ukraine (Irish Examiner) 04/07/2004
  • Basketball: Kyiv Sign Chikalkin (FIBA Europe) 04/07/2004
  • Корупція і слабкість судів - перешкоди демократії (BBC Ukrainian) 04/07/2004
  • Українці здають перше місто в Іраку (BBC Ukrainian) 04/07/2004
  • NUJ вимагає розслідування смерті Тараса Процюка (BBC Ukrainian) 04/07/2004
  • Президент Литви після імпічменту потрапив до лікарні (BBC Ukrainian) 04/07/2004
  • Freedom House Report Highlights Countries With Democratic Deficits (RFE/RL) 04/07/2004
  • Crude Oil Surges After U.S. Inventories Unexpectedly Decline (Bloomberg) 04/07/2004
  • U.S. May Beef Up Iraq Troop Levels to Quell Violence (Reuters) 04/07/2004
  • Rumsfeld Says U.S. to Keep Extra Forces in Iraq (Bloomberg) 04/07/2004
  • Battles rage across Iraq (Reuters) 04/07/2004
  • Kofi Annan: Genocides Helped Make 20th Century Bloodiest Ever (Reuters) 04/07/2004
  • Gazprom chairman sets out his agenda (Financial Times) 04/07/2004
  • Photo: A model shows a hairstyle during 'Beauty Season 2004' contest in Kiev, April 7, 2004. The annual international competition of hairdressers and body-art designers started in the Ukrainian capital on April 7 and runs till April 10. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • V & V Klitschko heavies aim to rule world boxing (Reuters/Cape Argus) 04/07/2004
  • Photo: Vladimir Klitschko of Ukraine speaks to reporters before a news conference Wednesday, April 7, 2004, in Las Vegas (AP/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • Photo: Heavyweight boxer Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine smiles during a press conference at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • Photo: Heavyweight boxer Wladimir Klitschko (L) of Kiev, Ukraine and trainer Emanuel Steward listen to boxing promoter Don King during a press conference at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • Photo: Boxing promoter Don King (L) and heavyweight boxer Lamon Brewster, seated, of Indianapolis, Indiana, listen to Wladimir Klitschko of Kiev, Ukraine speak during a press conference at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • Photo: Heavyweight boxers Lamon Brewster (L) of Indianapolis, Indiana, and Wladimir Klitschko (R) of Kiev, Ukraine pose with boxing promoter Don King during a press conference at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • Exchange students bond over perks, oddities here. German, Ukrainian take up cheerleading, sample family life (Atlanta Journal-Constitution) 04/07/2004
  • Agassiz egg artist shares her flair [Pysanky] (Agassiz Harrison Observer) 04/07/2004
  • Easter trees: German tradition becomes American holiday staple (Fort Wayne News-Sentinel) 04/07/2004
  • Easter Traditions With A Jamaican Twist (Jamaica Observer) 04/07/2004
  • Pysanky knows no gender limits [Edward Senko] (Valley Independent) 04/07/2004
  • Монiторинг за березень: Український телеефiр майже виключно провладний (VOA) 04/07/2004
  • Борис Тарасюк: Україна скочується до авторитаризму. (VOA) 04/07/2004
  • Tarasyuk: The generations of Ukrainian freedom fighters were not dreaming about the Ukraine we have right now. Washington's Action Ukraine Coalition Meeting with Ukrainian Rada Member Borys Tarasyuk FOTO/S (BRAMA) 04/07/2004
  • Our Neighbors - The Ukrainians [Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 04/07/2004
  • US lifts tough monitoring on transactions with participation of Ukraine's financial institutions (Interfax) 04/07/2004
  • Kyiv to host Ukrainian-Czech commission for economic cooperation (Interfax) 04/07/2004
  • Government body okays canceling free trade in sugar with Russia, Georgia, Belarus, Moldova (Interfax) 04/07/2004
  • [Communist Party leader] Symonenko to call for withdrawal of Ukrainian peacekeepers from Iraq in VR on Thursday (Interfax) 04/07/2004
  • Ukrainian troops again under fire in Iraq, evacuate local government building (Interfax) 04/07/2004
  • Japan Urges U.N. to Halt Iraqi Violence (AP/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • U.S Hits Mosque Compound; 40 Said Dead (AP/Guardian) 04/07/2004
  • Breaking point for a hard man on the front line (Sydney Morning Herald) 04/07/2004
  • Crisis of a “Second Iraq War” (Donga) 04/07/2004
  • The Klitschko brothers in arms - Vitali and Vladimir set to make boxing history (Calcutta Telegraph) 04/07/2004
  • With Picture of Lennox Lewis. Yanks for the Memory. (The Scotsman) 04/07/2004
  • Medal returns [Filip Konowal's Victoria Cross] (Winnipeg Sun) 04/07/2004
  • Put medal in war museum [Filip Konowal's Victoria Cross] (Montreal Gazette) 04/07/2004
  • 58% of Ukrainian and Foreign Experts Believe that Political Reform Is Carried Out Illegitimately - Poll (UNIAN) 04/07/2004
  • 45-50% of Ukrainian Citizens - Believers (UNIAN) 04/07/2004
  • Constitutional Court Declared Unconstitutional Provision of President's Resolution on Introduction of State Monopoly in Sphere of Production and Circulation of Alcohol and Tobacco (UNIAN) 04/07/2004
  • Twelve U.S. Marines Killed as Iraq Violence Worsens (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • Ukraine troops leave Iraqi city in hands of radical Shiites (AFP/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • Ukrainian troops pull out of Kut, at base camp (Reuters/AlertNet) 04/07/2004
  • U.S. allies bear brunt of uprising (CNN) 04/07/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian soldiers take shelter behind military vehicles after Iraqi demonstrators started throwing grenades towards them in the southern city of Kut. Ukrainian troops withdrew from Kut after heavy fighting with supporters of radical Shiite Muslim cleric Moqtada Sadr who now control the city. (AFP/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • U.S. Vows to Crush Shiite Militia; Ukranians Pull Out of Kut (NY Times) 04/07/2004
  • Fighting in Iraq Presents Test for U.S. (AP/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • US vows to 'destroy' radical Shia militia in Iraq (FT/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • US vows to destroy Shiite militia as death toll mounts in Iraq chaos (AFP/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • U.S. Hits Fallujah Mosque; 40 Said Killed (AP/Yahoo) 04/07/2004
  • Sergey Bubka and Charmaine Crooks: “Athens will make Sydney pale in comparison” (Sports Features) 04/07/2004
  • Donors' 25G helps tot breathe easier: News readers help little girl who needs surgery [Mariyka Tkachuk - a 20-month-old Ukrainian girl] (NY Daily News) 04/07/2004
  • CIS Councils will discuss child trafficking (Baku Today) 04/07/2004
  • The Significance of Easter Food (Catholic Herald) 04/07/2004
  • Britain's 'oldest resident' dies aged 160 [Timothy the tortoise - mascot during Crimean War] (AFP/Yahoo) 04/07/2004

  • Hibs boss is hopeful over Alen (Edinburgh Evening News) 04/06/2004
  • Tennis: Mouhtassine earns shock win (BBC Sport) 04/06/2004
  • Katarina Srebotnik and Marion Bartoli upset in Casablanca tennis tourney (CP/Yahoo) 04/06/2004
  • Steve Konowalchuk: Veteran Experience (Colorado Avalanche) 04/06/2004
  • Kyiv denies Ukrainian peacekeepers forced out of Al Kut (Interfax) 04/06/2004
  • 20 GIs, 100 Iraqis Killed Since Weekend (AP/Yahoo) 04/06/2004
  • Ukrainian peacekeeper killed in Iraq, five wounded (Interfax) 04/06/2004
  • Survey: Corruption and weak judiciary are key obstacles to democracy (Freedom House) 04/06/2004
  • Battles Flare as Iraqi Shi'ites Vow Resistance (Reuters) 04/06/2004
  • Закон про вибори місцевих органів влади (BBC Ukrainian) 04/06/2004
  • В Iраку загинув український миротворець (VOA) 04/06/2004
  • Special rapporteur on sale of children, independent expert on violence against children present reports [see: Volodymyr Belashov] (UNHCHR) 04/06/2004
  • 'Civic forum' backs constitutional reform; Yushchenko changing tactics. (RFE/RL) 04/06/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian soldiers take shelter behind a military vehicle in Kut. A Ukrainian soldier was killed and five others wounded in fighting with supporters of radical Shiite Muslim cleric Moqtada Sadr in the city of Kut, south of the capital Baghdad. (AFP/Yahoo) 04/06/2004
  • Ukrainian soldier killed, five wounded in Iraq (AFP/Yahoo) 04/06/2004
  • Безпека миротворців в Іраку - найголовніше. МЗС (BBC Ukrainian) 04/06/2004
  • Ukrainian soldier killed, five injured in Iraq (ABC Online - Australia) 04/06/2004
  • Привітання Українській громаді з нагоди Великодніх Свят [Ambassador Kuchinsky sends Easter greetings to the Ukrainian community] (BRAMA) 04/06/2004
  • Кучма й Саакашвілі обміняються візитами (BBC Ukrainian) 04/06/2004
  • Restored Khersones Church with New Iconostasis to Open on Easter (RISU) 04/06/2004
  • Washington to host meeting of Ukraine-U.S. economic cooperation committee (Interfax) 04/06/2004
  • Ministry to keep foreign visitors' schedules secret (Interfax) 04/06/2004
  • Thousands of Embassy of God Faithful Picket Kyivan Administration Demanding Land (RISU) 04/06/2004
  • Law-enforcers say Vice-Prime Minister Kyrylenko illegally sold properties to Lazarenko-linked companies (Ukrayinska Pravda) 04/06/2004
  • Battles Flare as U.S. Vows to Arrest Iraqi Cleric (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/06/2004
  • Kuchma Signed Law on Ratification of Memorandum, Giving NATO Armed Forces Right of Free Access to Ukrainian Territory (UNIAN) 04/06/2004
  • Russia worried about new dividing wall after EU enlargement (EU Business) 04/06/2004
  • A Legal Aid Charity [Soros and Pinchuk] (День) 04/06/2004
  • James Mace: The Year of Poland (День) 04/06/2004
  • Year of Poland: Starting with the Good News (День) 04/06/2004
  • Do Ukraine’s economic conditions encourage the development of the domestic market? (День) 04/06/2004
  • Bulgarian Miracle in Ukraine: Tax Payment Minimization Schemes Against VAT Accounts (День) 04/06/2004
  • Kyiv Archimandrite (День) 04/06/2004
  • History of One Name (День) 04/06/2004
  • “A Mistake of Historical Significance...”: On the history of Ukrainian education in Podillia at the turn of the twentieth century (День) 04/06/2004
  • Emotional Web Site Featuring Photo Diary of Young Ukrainian Woman's Motorcycle Trip Through 'Deadzone,' Puts Chernobyl on this Week's List for First Time Ever (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 04/06/2004
  • Victoria Cross missing from museum seized by RCMP [Filip Konowal] (CBC News) 04/06/2004
  • Rare medal seized before auction. Canadian won prestigious Victoria Cross. [Filip Konowal] (Toronto Star) 04/06/2004
  • Mounties seize a long-lost Victoria Cross [Filip Konowal moved to Canada from Ukraine in 1913, before enlisting in the 47th battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. He fought at Vimy Ridge and was a corporal in that battalion during the fighting on Hill 70, where he earned his medal. King George V gave him the medal on Oct. 15, 1917.] (Globe and Mail) 04/06/2004
  • RCMP seize Victoria Cross before it can be sold [Victoria Cross awarded to Canadian soldier Filip Konowal in 1917. Konowal, who was born in Ukraine in 1888, immigrated to Canada just before the outbreak of the First World War and enlisted with the Canadian Expeditionary Force. In the battle for Hill 70 at Lens, France, in August 1917, he single-handedly killed at least a dozen enemy soldiers and seized a German machine-gun.] (Calgary Herald) 04/06/2004
  • War Amps Pleased with Missing VC Medal Probe [Filip Konowal] (CNW Telbec) 04/06/2004
  • North Port adds police chief candidates [Walter Zalisko] (Florida Herald Tribune) 04/06/2004
  • People smuggler jailed in court first (New Zealand Stuff) 04/06/2004
  • Ukrainian hacker Maxim Kovalchuk appeared in California court (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/06/2004
  • Amnesty International - Library - Facts and figures on the death penalty [Ukraine abolished death penalty for all crimes in 1999] (Serbia Post) 04/06/2004
  • Odessa's street named after former Vietnamese President Ton Duc Thang (Vietnam News Agency) 04/06/2004
  • After Hubble: Global Push for a World Space Observatory (Space.com) 04/06/2004
  • Taproot actors find wisdom in 'Fools' (Seattle Times) 04/06/2004

  • Warsaw, Kiev at Odds Over Stalled Steel Deal [Huta Czestochowa] (Transitions Online) 04/05/2004
  • Klitschko Brothers Turn Page on Germany Years (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/05/2004
  • Boxing: Khan qualifies for Olympics (BBC Sport) 04/05/2004
  • Eastern European round-up (Reuters) 04/05/2004
  • Ayatollah struggles to regain initiative from firebrand (Financial Times) 04/05/2004
  • Chairperson of Commission on Status of Women Calls for Greater Role for Women in Conflict Resolution [see: Volodymyr Belashov] (UNHCHR) 04/05/2004
  • Defense Ministry denies Ukrainian peacekeepers forced out of Al Kut (Interfax) 04/05/2004
  • Kuchma appoints Zadorozhniy, Kysil, Kopylenko, Selivon members of Arbitration Court's permanent chamber (Interfax) 04/05/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) greets Libyan Prime Minister Shokri Ghanem before their talks at the presidential office in Kiev (AP/Reuters) 04/05/2004
  • George Soros: 'I didn’t call Kuchma a candid man' (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/05/2004
  • George Soros' extreme tour (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/05/2004
  • Six held for taking Ukraine nuke equipment (AP/Yahoo) 04/05/2004
  • Social Security [and the 2004 Presidential election in Ukraine] (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/05/2004
  • Odd man out [Kuchma’s third term in office?] (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/05/2004
  • 10 Parties Formed Union 'People's President' of Propose United Candidate at Elections-2004 (UNIAN) 04/05/2004
  • Kuchma signs into law presidential ballot bill cutting election campaign by 2 months (Interfax) 04/05/2004
  • Renaissance Foundation, Internews-Network invite competition of projects on media support in Ukraine (Interfax) 04/05/2004
  • Ukraine offers to set up anti-terrorism center of OSCE (Interfax) 04/05/2004
  • Free trade zone, as first stage of CES, may be set up this year, says Yanukovych (Interfax) 04/05/2004
  • A Mysterious Solution to Your Security? [PC add-in board that's currently being manufactured in small, pre-production quantities in — of all places — Kiev, Ukraine] (IT Management) 04/05/2004
  • Chernobyl Photo Essay (El Paso Newspaper Tree) 04/05/2004
  • Chernobyl: 18 years of silence (El Paso Newspaper Tree) 04/05/2004
  • Obit: John Taras, Choreographer, Dies at 84 (NY Times) 04/05/2004
  • Obit: 'Shepherd of a flock' praised by parish [Rev. William Czekaluk] (Allentown Morning Call) 04/05/2004
  • Two blazes kill two immigrants [Vyacheslav Lisyansky] (NY Daily News) 04/05/2004
  • Candidate calls Florida police chief search smoke and mirrors [Walter Zalisko] (Sun Herald) 04/05/2004
  • Human trafficking crackdown (Scotland Evening Express) 04/05/2004
  • Israeli faces 20 years for people smuggling in New Zealand (Haaretz) 04/05/2004
  • NJ Man Enters Plea in Wife's Murder [mail order bride] (KYW Newsradio) 04/05/2004
  • A Latency of Computer Crimes (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/05/2004
  • It's homecoming week for local Disney on Ice skater [Amanda and Igor Korobko] (Minneapolis Star Tribune) 04/05/2004
  • Basketball: Only in L.A., Jackson Says (LA Times) 04/05/2004
  • Milan's Shevchenko fit to face Deportivo (Reuters) 04/05/2004
  • Shevchenko boost for AC Milan (AFP/Yahoo) 04/05/2004
  • Shevchenko fit for Milan (Sports Network) 04/05/2004
  • Ex-Soviet refugee celebrates freedom in Passover (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) 04/05/2004
  • Even young Asians respond to Pope (AsiaNews) 04/05/2004
  • Human Rights Forum Focuses on Religious Rights, Interdenominational Conflicts (RISU) 04/05/2004
  • Orthodox (UOC-Moscow Patriarchate) Press Secretary Accuses UOC-Kyivan Patriarch at Book Presentation (RISU) 04/05/2004
  • Orthodox (UOC-Kyivan Patriarchate) Patriarch [Filaret] Receives Award (RISU) 04/05/2004
  • Сьогодні у Києві поховали українського письменника і дисидента Миколу Руденка (Радіо Свобода) 04/05/2004
  • Переговори в Астані: угоду про ЄЕП ратифікують через 2 місяці? (BBC Ukrainian) 04/05/2004
  • Shevardnadze Apologizes to People of Ukraine for Georgian President Saakashvili's Statements (NY Jewish Times) 04/05/2004
  • Interfax-Ukraine opens press center (Interfax) 04/05/2004

  • Athletics: Kipchumba takes Stramilano win (IAAF) 04/04/2004
  • Milan slip up to give title rivals glimmer of hope (AFP/Yahoo) 04/04/2004
  • AS Roma moves closer to AC Milan on 3-0 win at Lecce in Italian soccer (CP/Yahoo) 04/04/2004
  • Андрія Шевченка прооперували (Forum) 04/04/2004
  • Outsourcing Chasing Cheap Labor to the East (Time) 04/04/2004
  • Museum wants long-lost Victoria Cross returned [originally awarded to Filip Konowal] (CBC News) 04/04/2004
  • Symbol of spring from Ukraine [Ukrainian Easter egg, known as pysanky] (Chicago Tribune) 04/04/2004
  • A lesson in Ukrainian Easter egg art (Albany Capital News 9) 04/04/2004
  • Teaching the Difference Between Jesus and Judaism (NY Times) 04/04/2004
  • Steward now in Klitschko camps (LA Daily News) 04/04/2004
  • Boxing: Ruiz has dreams of ‘world unity’ (Boston Herald) 04/04/2004

  • Photo: DC United's Alecko Eskandarian celebrates his team's second goal with teammate Dema Kovalenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/03/2004
  • French Boxer Thomas Qualifies for Athens (AP/Yahoo) 04/03/2004
  • Athletics: McKiernan upstages O'Sullivan in Dublin (IAAF) 04/03/2004
  • Президенти України та Польщі за спільний чемпіонат Європи (BBC Ukrainian) 04/03/2004
  • Former Ukrainian dissident Mykola Rudenko dies, aged 83 (UANewswire) 04/03/2004
  • Кучма: Нікому не вдасться розіграти кримську карту (BBC Ukrainian) 04/03/2004
  • On this day: A methane gas explosion at the Skochinsky mine in Donetsk, Ukraine, kills 63 (Melbourne Herald Sun) 04/03/2004
  • Photo: Pau's Ukrainian Artur Drozdov battles with Limoges’ Jimmy Nebot (AFP/Yahoo) 04/03/2004
  • Photo: Toronto Maple Leafs' Joe Nieuwendyk celebrates his goal with teammates Nik Antropov, Calle Johansson and Alexei Ponikarovsky (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/03/2004
  • Photo: DC United's Alecko Askandarian celebrates DC United's first goal against the San Jose Earthquake with teammate Dema Kovalenko (AP/Yahoo) 04/03/2004

  • Shevchenko seeks repeat performance (UEFA) 04/02/2004
  • Андрій Шевченко може стрибати вище (BBC Ukrainian) 04/02/2004
  • Chess: Anand leaps to 3rd spot (Calcutta Telegraph) 04/02/2004
  • Belarus/Ukraine: Oscar Win Boosting Cause Of Chornobyl Children's Project [Oscar-winning documentary film 'Chernobyl Heart'] (RFE/RL) 04/02/2004
  • Two Ukrainian Students Expelled for Soros Protest (AP/Yahoo) 04/02/2004
  • Kings slumping, Lakers streaking, West all tied up [Los Angeles Lakers forward Stanislav Medvedenko (Ukraine), Seattle SuperSonics forward-center Vitaly Potapenko (Ukraine) to be coaches for Basketball without Borders Europe] (Contra Costa Times) 04/02/2004
  • Easter Eggs -- History and How-To's (Phoenix Oregon News) 04/02/2004
  • Computer virus damage shatters records [Hacker-activated code writers and phishing scam campaigners originating from the three regions: Eastern Europe, including Russia and Ukraine...] (Globe Technology) 04/02/2004
  • Tasting the world (Orange Leader) 04/02/2004
  • Start of adoption ministrey launched by Ukrainian mission (Paducah Sun) 04/02/2004
  • Any Attempt to Threaten Law and Order Will Be Suppressed Without any Hesitations - Kuchma (UNIAN) 04/02/2004
  • Kuchma Has Endorsed Law On Proportional Elections To Parliament (UNIAN) 04/02/2004
  • Kuchma signs into law bill on proportional parliamentary elections (Interfax) 04/02/2004
  • The Political Situation in Ukraine before the Presidential Election. A discussion with Borys Tarasyuk, Deputy Chairman of the “Our Ukraine” bloc in the Ukrainian parliament. (CEIP) 04/02/2004
  • Negotiations to resume with EU neighbours (EU Observer) 04/02/2004
  • Ivory Coast calls in French troops [Ukraine to provide military personnel] (Reuters) 04/02/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, greets Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov, right, and Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, center, in the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow (AP/Yahoo) 04/02/2004
  • Putin notes advantages of Common Economic Space (Interfax) 04/02/2004
  • Russia, Ukraine discuss forming common economic space (VNA) 04/02/2004
  • Procter & Gamble buys plant in eastern Ukraine (Reuters/Forbes) 04/02/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich (R) greets his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan prior to their meeting at the Cabinet of Ministers in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/02/2004
  • Turkcell Signs GSM Partnership in Ukraine (PRNewswire) 04/02/2004
  • U.S. National Trade Estimate report on Ukraine 2004 [PDF] (USTR) 04/02/2004
  • USTR Releases 2004 Inventory of Foreign Trade Barriers [Ukraine cited] [PDF] (USTR) 04/02/2004
  • Canada on Washington's worst trade list [Ukraine also cited] (CNews) 04/02/2004
  • Gangmaster racket trio are jailed [illegal workers and money-laundering] (BBC) 04/02/2004
  • Computer crimes in Ukraine (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/02/2004
  • Scientology Community to Register in Ukraine (RISU) 04/02/2004
  • Spirit of the music: Dueling Klezmers (NY Daily News) 04/02/2004
  • У Києві відбувається форму на підтримку політреформи (BBC Ukrainian) 04/02/2004
  • 'Київ на шляху до відкритого суспільства'? (BBC Ukrainian) 04/02/2004
  • Україна-ЄС: надії на новий рауд переговорів (BBC Ukrainian) 04/02/2004
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  • НАТО зацікавлено у прогресивному розвитку України (BBC Ukrainian) 04/02/2004
  • Мер Будапешта позбавляє Сталіна почесного звання (BBC Ukrainian) 04/02/2004
  • All in the family (Montreal Gazette) 04/02/2004
  • Long weight for American star, Europeans invade boxing's big division (NY Post) 04/02/2004

  • Still a 'world' of hockey ahead for Varlamov (Winnipeg Sun) 04/01/2004
  • Misery in a pariah state [Transdniester in Moldova] (BBC) 04/01/2004
  • Putin proposes annual high-level Russian-Ukrainian meetings (Interfax) 04/01/2004
  • Belleville - Prince Charles students learn lessons through Ukrainian Easter eggs (Community Press Daily) 04/01/2004
  • Kroes Energy receives second Ukrainian dividend; development well 187b starts drilling (Canada Newswire) 04/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus back [in Connecticut] (Hartford Courant) 04/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Village tales come to life [author Irene Zabytko] (Chicago Tribune) 04/01/2004
  • Rallying round to help Kate (Kidderminster Shuttle) 04/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Cherry Blossom Princess [National Cherry Blossom Festival®, Washington, DC] FOTO/S (BRAMA) 04/01/2004
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  • За останній тиждень радикально зменшилась кількість ЗМІ, які одержують “темники”, заявляє Томенко (УНІАН) 04/01/2004
  • Президент сказав Соросу, що нічого не знає про 'темники' (BBC Ukrainian) 04/01/2004
  • Пінчук готовий лобіювати проект Сороса (BBC Ukrainian) 04/01/2004
  • Сорос купує 'Торчок-продукт'? (BBC Ukrainian) 04/01/2004
  • У Сороса жбурнули майонезом у Києві (BBC Ukrainian) 04/01/2004
  • World Briefing: Europe [Attack on Soros] (NY Times) 04/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Activists Soil Soros in Protest (Reuters/NY Times) 04/01/2004
  • Soros, Pinchuk to create legal aid foundation in Ukraine (Interfax) 04/01/2004
  • Pravda Accuses Soros of Plotting Revolution (Newsmax) 04/01/2004
  • Security Service fails to substantiate claim of threat to Polish president in Ukraine (Interfax) 04/01/2004
  • During Kwasniewski's Visit To Kyiv, Sbu Got Information About Preparing Of Attempt On His Life (UNIAN) 04/01/2004
  • Литвин підписав та направив на підпис президентові закон про вибори народних депутатів (УНІАН) 04/01/2004
  • Більшість ВР схиляється до голосування конституційного закону іменними бюлетенями (УНІАН) 04/01/2004
  • Сьогодні невідомі закидали київський офіс “Братства” тухлими яйцями (УНІАН) 04/01/2004
  • 10 тисяч прибічників НУ вимагають змін у бюджеті (BBC Ukrainian) 04/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Easter eggs (pysanky) at Cleveland's Ukrainian Museum-Archives (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 04/01/2004
  • Ukrainian singers, musicians to perform [Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus] (Syracuse Post Standard) 04/01/2004
  • Orchestra names finalists for music director [Wyoming concert season opener on Sept. 11 will feature the Kiev Symphony] (Billings Gazette) 04/01/2004
  • Chernobyl blamed for birth drop - Study says radiation affected Czech mothers (Prague Post) 04/01/2004
  • Church Most Trusted Institution in Ukraine for Second Year (RISU) 04/01/2004
  • Religion in Russia today, part 1 (Church of England) 04/01/2004
  • Soros says hopes to offload Svyazinvest - report (Reuters/Forbes) 04/01/2004
  • Тендер на Гуту Ченстохову не скасовуватимуть (BBC Ukrainian) 04/01/2004
  • Приватизацію 'Гути Ченстохової' призупинено (BBC Ukrainian) 04/01/2004
  • Huta Czętochowa steel mill sale suspended (Warsaw Business Journal) 04/01/2004
  • Wi-Fi trousers, edible phones and mobiles for lefties [April Fools' Day story] (ZDNet) 04/01/2004
  • The Klitschkos, Steward and Sdunek meet the press (Bragging Rights Corner) 04/01/2004
  • Swimming: Thorpe enjoys furious change of pace (The Australian) 04/01/2004
  • Chess: Anand overcomes Ivanchuk (Calcutta Telegraph) 04/01/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Andriy Shevchenko reacts after a collision with Macedonian Milan Stojanovski (Reuters) 04/01/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Andriy Shevchenko points toward referee Milan Karadzic after a collision with Macedonian Milan Stojanovski (Reuters) 04/01/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Andriy Shevchenko fights for the ball with Macedonian Milan Stojanovski (Reuters) 04/01/2004
  • Україна програє, Шевченко йде з поля (BBC Ukrainian) 04/01/2004
  • Macedonia beats Ukraine 1-0 in international friendly (AP/Fox Sports) 04/01/2004
  • Book Review: Match of Death [This is the story of a young boy living in Kiev in Russia...] (ic Newcastle) 04/01/2004
  • Stavrevski strikes in Skopje (UEFA) 04/01/2004
  • Basketball: Table-Topping Azovmash Extend Lead in Crunch Clash (FIBA Europe) 04/01/2004
  • Dutch deny France record [Macedonia beat Ukraine 1-0; AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko taken off at half-time to nurse broken nose] (Sporting Life) 04/01/2004
  • Irish stun Czechs [AC Milan striker Andriy Shevchenko broke his nose] (The Age) 04/01/2004
  • AC Milan tell Chelsea to forget Shevchenko (Tribalfootball) 04/01/2004
  • Chess: Anand overcomes Ivanchuk - Monaco chess l Indian Grandmaster moves to joint fourth (Calcutta Telegraph) 04/01/2004
  • Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN) 9th Annual World Convention (BRAMA) 04/01/2004
  • Kiev Oligarch Keeps It in Family [Viktor Pinchuk] (Reuters/Moscow Times) 04/01/2004
  • Baby Mariyka's battle to breathe (NY Daily News) 04/01/2004
  • Ukrainian peacekeepers avert explosion of U.S. Hummer in Iraq (Interfax) 04/01/2004
  • Bodies of four Americans dragged through streets of Fallujah (AP/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) 04/01/2004
  • North Korea seen stalling in nuclear row until U.S. vote (Reuters) 04/01/2004
  • Liberty Radio, Voice of America seeking new partners in Ukraine (Interfax) 04/01/2004
  • Ukraine Promises NATO to Increase Press Freedom (Главред) 04/01/2004
  • Ukraine Is and Shall Remain Ideal Partner of USA in Europe - Meeting of Lytvyn with delegation of Foreign Affairs Council of USA (UNIAN) 04/01/2004
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