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  • -? (VOA News) 05/31/2004
  • Hockey: Top-Line Forward Fedotenko Misses Game 4 (AP/Yahoo) 05/31/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko, Kubina scratched from Lightning lineup for Game 4 (CP/Yahoo) 05/31/2004
  • Hockey: Bolts Take a Hit (Tampa Tribune) 05/31/2004
  • . , ... (Champion) 05/31/2004
  • Athletics: FBK Games Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/31/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/31/2004
  • Field Hockey: Reading and Slough look for double bronze haul (Independent) 05/31/2004
  • Chess: Ukrainian grandmaster Vassily Ivanchuk won the gold medal yesterday at the fifth European championship in Antalya, Turkey (Wash Post) 05/31/2004

  • In the service of civilization (Toronto Star) 05/30/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: Italy's Damiano Cunego celebrates on the podium with runner-up Sergy Honchar of Ukraine and third-placed Gilberto Simoni after winning the Tour of Italy cycling race in Milan (AP/Yahoo) 05/30/2004
  • Cycling: Cunego wins Giro as Petacchi claims stage number nine (AFP/Yahoo) 05/30/2004
  • Cycling: Cunego Wins Giro d'Italia (AP/Yahoo) 05/30/2004
  • Cycling: Cunego wins Giro (Eurosport) 05/30/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko Back at Saddledome After Injury (AP/Yahoo) 05/30/2004
  • Cycling: Cunego wins Giro d'Italia (BBC Sport) 05/30/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia final standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/30/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage 20 results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/30/2004
  • World Track Cycling Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's President Leonid Kuchma together with Donetsk Shakhtar's players hold the Ukraine Soccer Cup trophy (AP/Yahoo) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma hands the trophy to Shakhtar Donetsk's captain Anatoly Timoshchuk after the team's victory in the Ukraine's soccer Cup final in Kiev (Reuters) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Donetsk Shakhtar players celebrate their 2-0 victory over Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (AP/Yahoo) 05/30/2004
  • Shakhtar beat Dnipro 2-0 in bad-tempered Ukrainian final (Reuters) 05/30/2004
  • Shakhtar shine in showpiece (UEFA) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan's Andriy Shevchenko celebrates after scoring a goal during a friendship match in Hong Kong (Reuters) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko reacts after he scored a goal during a friendly match with Hong Kong's Kitchee (AP/Yahoo) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko is tackled by Kitchee's Feng Jizhi (AP/Yahoo) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan's Andriy Shevchenko fights for the ball with Kitchee player De Araujo (Reuters) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan Andriy Shevchenko gestures after missing a goal during a friendship match in Hong Kong (Reuters) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko reacts during a friendly match with Hong Kong's Kitchee (AP/Yahoo) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan Andriy Shevchenko fights for the ball with Kitchee players Cheung Kin-fung and Jizhi Feng (Reuters) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan Andriy Shevchenko fights for the ball with Kitchee player Cheung Kin-fung (Reuters) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan's Andriy Shevchenko fights for the ball with Nisa Saveljic of local team Kitchee during a friendship match in Hong Kong (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/30/2004
  • AC Milan humiliated by Hong Kong side in exhibition play (AFP/Yahoo) 05/30/2004
  • Athletics: Kluft and Sebrle Prevail in 30th Hypomeeting (IAAF) 05/30/2004
  • Athletics: Goetzis Decathlon and Heptathlon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/30/2004
  • Hockey: Just two wins away from the Stanley Cup, Flames say they can play better (CP/Yahoo) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: Players of Shakhtar Donetsk celebrate the team's victory in the Ukraine's soccer Cup final in Kiev (Reuters) 05/30/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Donetsk Shakhtar players celebrate their 2-0 victory over Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk during Ukraine's Soccer Cup final match (AP/Yahoo) 05/30/2004

  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko is helped off the ice by teammate Andre Roy after being hit into the boards (AP/Yahoo) 05/29/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko is slammed into the boards by Calgary Flames' Robyn Regehr (AP/Yahoo) 05/29/2004
  • Photo: Bremen's forward Ailton from Brazil and team mate Valerie Ismale from France celebrate after the German Soccer Cup final in Berlin. Background right, is Victor Skripnik from Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 05/29/2004
  • Photo: WBC Heavyweight Champion Vitali Klitschko smiles at his brother Vladimir, former WBO World Champion, during a reception at the presidential Mariinsky palace in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 05/29/2004
  • Cycling: Cunego Virtually Clinches Giro Title (AP/Yahoo) 05/29/2004
  • Cycling: Garzelli grabs stage, Cunego still pretty in pink (AFP/Yahoo) 05/29/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/29/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage 19 results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/29/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/29/2004
  • Photo: Lyudmyla Vypyraylo from Ukraine rides between fellow competitors during the women's 25 km scratch final at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne (Reuters) 05/29/2004
  • Big day for Russian cyclists at track worlds (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/29/2004
  • Cycling: World Track Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/29/2004
  • Athletics: Kluft and Sebrle lead after first day of 2004 Hypomeeting (IAAF) 05/29/2004
  • Athletics: Sebrle leading decathlon, Pappas third (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/29/2004
  • Athletics: Goetzis Decathlon-Heptathlon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/29/2004
  • Modern Pentathlon World Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/29/2004
  • FINA-Diving Grand Prix Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/29/2004

  • Photo: Actor Jack Palance (R) speaks with war veteran Charles J. Gyecsek of New Jersey on the National Mall, during a WWII Reunion in Washington, May 28, 2004. The WWII memorial will be dedicated on May 29 to honor U.S. servicemen from World War II, including the the more than 400,000 who died and millions who supported the war effort from home. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/28/2004
  • Photo: Actor Jack Palance (R) signs an autograph for war veteran Charles J. Gyecsek of New Jersey, on the National Mall during a WWII Reunion in Washington, May 28, 2004. The WWII memorial will be dedicated on May 29 to honor U.S. servicemen from World War II, including the the more than 400,000 who died and millions who supported the war effort from home. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/28/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan forward Andriy Shevchenko attends a news conference in Hong Kong (Reuters) 05/28/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan defender Paolo Maldini and forward Andriy Shevchenko attend a news conference in Hong Kong (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/28/2004
  • AC Milan coach relieved after super Shev snubs Chelsea (AFP/Yahoo) 05/28/2004
  • Photo: Italian Saeco rider Damiano Cunego climbs followed by Ukrainian Serhiy Honchar, Italian David Cioni and Gilberto Simoni during the 118km, eighteenth stage of the Giro d'Italia (Reuters) 05/28/2004
  • Cycling: Role reversal as Cunego steals Simoni's limelight on Tour of Italy (AFP/Yahoo) 05/28/2004
  • Cycling: Italy's Cunego wins Tour of Italy 18th stage (AFP/Yahoo) 05/28/2004
  • Cycling: Cunego extends Giro lead (BBC Sport) 05/28/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/28/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage 18 results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/28/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/28/2004
  • Boxing: Tyson wants Jones, but only if he beats Tarver: report (AFP/Yahoo) 05/28/2004
  • Modern Pentathlon World Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/28/2004
  • Tennis: China history maker Zheng Jie reaches French Open last 16 (AFP/Yahoo) 05/28/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/28/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko proves his value (St. Petersburg Times (Florida)) 05/28/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti, defender Paolo Maldini and forward Andriy Shevchenko attend a news conference in Hong Kong ahead of their match against local team Kitchee (Reuters) 05/28/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti, defender Paolo Maldini and forward Andriy Shevchenko look at the friendship match trophy during a news conference in Hong Kong for the match against local team 'Kitchee' (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/28/2004
  • Winners receive prizes from Ukraine ambassador (Borneo Bulletin) 05/28/2004
  • Viruses: From Russia, With Love? (PCWorld/Yahoo) 05/28/2004
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  • (BBC Ukrainian) 05/28/2004
  • Ukraine, Russia, Agreed to Carry Out Regulatory Consultations on Collaboration with European Organizations (UNIAN) 05/28/2004
  • Kinakh to Ballot at Presidential Elections-2004 (UNIAN) 05/28/2004
  • [NBU chairman] Tihipko Not In A Hurry To Support Yanukovych (UNIAN) 05/28/2004
  • Kuchma hails Our Ukraine's participation in reforming country's political system (Interfax) 05/28/2004
  • Kuchma Commissioned Government to Stop Growth of Oil Products Prices, and to Take Measures to Reduce It (UNIAN) 05/28/2004
  • Ukraine won't coordinate WTO plans with other CES states (Interfax) 05/28/2004
  • Ukrainian, Czech leaders discuss political and economic cooperation (Interfax) 05/28/2004
  • Kuchma satisfied with support for Ukraine at Mamaia summit [Romania] (Interfax) 05/28/2004
  • Tensions simmer at Romania summit (BBC) 05/28/2004
  • The changing face of human trafficking [From 5/24/2004] (RFE/RL) 05/28/2004
  • Russia 'respects' Ukraine's desire to join EU, NATO (EUbusiness) 05/28/2004
  • Eurasian Economic Community approves program of action [Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan, Ukraine] (Interfax) 05/28/2004
  • Loan to Ukrainian steel company halted [Krivorizhstal] (Northwest Indiana News) 05/28/2004
  • Kuchma hails proposal to set up in Poland bureau of EU Commissioner for eastward enlargement (Interfax) 05/28/2004
  • Ukraine vacillates, hinders plans to extend oil pipeline to Poland, says Polish dep. minister [Odessa-Brody] (Interfax) 05/28/2004
  • Kyiv waiting for official invitation from NATO to take part in alliance's Istanbul summit (Interfax) 05/28/2004

  • Jews Evaded Nazis by Living in Cave for Nearly 2 Years (National Geographic) 05/27/2004
  • Bush Looks to Heaven While Iraq Goes to Hell (Dissident Voice) 05/27/2004
  • Smiling with Jimmy Buffett (Kentucky New Era) 05/27/2004
  • Decreasing Earthshine Could Be Tied to Global Warming (Universe Today) 05/27/2004
  • Concern Over Arrest Of Ukrainian Opposition Journalists (RFE/RL) 05/27/2004
  • Trial of Former Ukrainian PM Winds Down in San Francisco [Lazarenko] (VOA) 05/27/2004
  • Ukrainian Jewish Community Accuses Paper of Anti-Semitism (UANewswire) 05/27/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko is congratulated by teammates after Fedotenko's tip-in first period goal against the Calgary Flames (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/27/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko hits his tip-in first period goal (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/27/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko puts the puck past Calgary Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff (AP/Yahoo) 05/27/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko Steps Up for Lightning Again (AP/Yahoo) 05/27/2004
  • Hockey: A Well Rounded Team (Tampa Tribune) 05/27/2004
  • Cycling: Former Giro winner Tonkov claims 17th stage (AFP/Yahoo) 05/27/2004
  • Cycling: Nostalgic win for Tonkov (Eurosport) 05/27/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/27/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage 17 results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/27/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/27/2004
  • Modern Pentathlon World Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/27/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/27/2004
  • i i - i (VOA) 05/27/2004
  • i i y (VOA) 05/27/2004
  • i - (VOA) 05/27/2004
  • Ukrainian-American Environmental Association Founded to Promote Joint Efforts at Solving Environmental Challenges Facing the U.S. and Ukraine (BRAMA) 05/27/2004
  • - (BRAMA) 05/27/2004
  • Kuchma signs into law border treaty with Romania (Interfax) 05/27/2004
  • Suit Brought Against Daily 'Ukraina Moloda' (UNIAN) 05/27/2004
  • The Dark Side of Globalization: Trafficking & Transborder Crime to, through, and from Eastern Europe (UCLA) 05/27/2004
  • Underpaid, Underqualified, and Under the Gun: Ukraines judiciary faces mounting obstacles as corruption worsens, political influence becomes inescapable, and professional standards plummet (Transitions Online) 05/27/2004
  • Voice from Past Haunts Ukraine President--His Own [Mykola Melnychenko/Kuchmagate tapes] (Reuters) 05/27/2004
  • Prostitution story a case of lazy journalism (Prague Post) 05/27/2004
  • One in three would vote for Yuschenko in run off, but 36 percent sure Yanukovych wins (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/27/2004
  • NATO decides to invite Kuchma for Istanbul summit 'in principle' (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/27/2004
  • Ex-Ukraine Leader's Trial Arguments Close [Lazarenko] (AP/Yahoo) 05/27/2004
  • A Trade War in the Skies over The Single Economic Space [from 5/25/04] () 05/27/2004
  • George Bush Sr.s call to improve democracy [from 5/25/04] () 05/27/2004
  • America Confronts Old and New Europe [US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfelds petulant remark of last year about old and new Europe was right for the wrong reasons...] [from 5/25/04] () 05/27/2004
  • Upcoming Ukraine Presidential Elections Concern the U.S [from 5/25/04] () 05/27/2004
  • Americans are more disappointed by Ukraine than tired of it [from 5/25/04] () 05/27/2004
  • Welcome to Ukraine! The travel season is off to a good start [from 5/25/04] () 05/27/2004
  • Ukrainians Fancy Fast Food [from 5/25/04] () 05/27/2004
  • Eastern, central European leaders talk EU enlargement, Balkan stability (EU Business) 05/27/2004
  • Leaders of 16 eastern and central European countries gather in Romania for two-day summit (BBC) 05/27/2004
  • Central European summit in Romania (UPI/Wash Times) 05/27/2004
  • Ukraine awaiting from Brussels clear signals on Eurointegration - Kuchma (Interfax) 05/27/2004
  • Prodi denies saying Ukraine has no prospects for EU membership (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/27/2004
  • Prodi denies political motives in issue of market economy status for Ukraine (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/27/2004
  • Crimean lawmaker cannot hold office as mayor - Constitutional Court (Interfax) 05/27/2004
  • War crime suspect Jafar Bazinji is in Ukraine [Sheik Jafar Bazinji] (Kurdish Media) 05/27/2004
  • Socialist Claims Agreement with Jews over Paper Conflict, Rabbi Denies Talk [Silski Visti] (RISU) 05/27/2004
  • New blow to Iraqi reconstruction as Russians pull out (AFP/Yahoo) 05/27/2004
  • Putin Accuses Critics of Working for Foreign Powers (NYTimes) 05/27/2004
  • UK urges neighbours to push for change in Myanmar (Reuters) 05/27/2004
  • Miss Universe pageant fixed odds betting preview [Ukraine second favorite at 7/1] (ReadaBet) 05/27/2004
  • Shevchenko - delighted with deal (Sporting Life) 05/27/2004
  • Hewitt, Capriati Advance at the French Open (Reuters) 05/27/2004
  • Alexander Motyl at Ukrainian Institute of America (Art Daily) 05/27/2004
  • Dance: Raymonda/American Ballet Theatre [Dvorovenko, Beloserkovsky] (Financial Times) 05/27/2004
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  • Moroz Believes He Will Have to Propose His Candidature at Presidential Election-2004 (UNIAN) 05/27/2004
  • Norwegian fish importers threaten to quit Ukraine (Interfax) 05/27/2004

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  • Amnesty International Report 2004 - Ukraine Summary (Amnesty International) 05/26/2004
  • ̳ : 2003 12 000 . (BBC Ukrainian) 05/26/2004
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  • Western Press Review: Bush's Speech, Chalabi's Mysterious Fall From U.S. Good Graces, And The Single Economic Space (RFE/RL) 05/26/2004
  • Ukrainian PM's criminal record revealed (IOL) 05/26/2004
  • Ukraine needs help to deal with Soviet arms dumps (Reuters/AlertNet) 05/26/2004
  • Will The 'Single Economic Space' Merely Isolate Its Members From The World Economy? (RFE/RL) 05/26/2004
  • Ukraine to enlarge Iraq contingent (AP/Boston Globe) 05/26/2004
  • Ukraine to pull out peacekeepers from Sierra Leone, reinforce Iraq contingent; Ukrainian opposition: no coalition?; Judge dismisses annulled convictions of Ukrainian PM Yanukovych (RFE/RL) 05/26/2004
  • Jewish Community Accuses Newspaper of Anti-Semitism, Supporters Protest Closing (RISU) 05/26/2004
  • Photo: Pavlo Lazarenko, the former prime minister of Ukraine, leaves a San Francisco federal courthouse with his son, Olexander Lazarenko, right, during a break in closing arguments Wednesday, May 26, 2004. The U.S. government has alleged that Lazarenko created an underground network of bank accounts to launder money he made through a variety of business schemes in Ukraine and directed $114 million to U.S. banks, mostly in San Francisco, according to the 53-count indictment (AP/Yahoo) 05/26/2004
  • Photo: Pavlo Lazarenko, the former prime minister of Ukraine, leaves a San Francisco federal courthouse during a break in closing arguments Wednesday, May 26, 2004. The U.S. government has alleged that Lazarenko created an underground network of bank accounts to launder money he made through a variety of business schemes in Ukraine and directed $114 million to U.S. banks, mostly in San Francisco, according to the 53-count indictment. (AP/Yahoo) 05/26/2004
  • Photo: Pavlo Lazarenko, the former prime minister of Ukraine, leaves a San Francisco federal courthouse during a break in closing arguments Wednesday, May 26, 2004. The U.S. government has alleged that Lazarenko created an underground network of bank accounts to launder money he made through a variety of business schemes in Ukraine and directed $114 million to U.S. banks, mostly in San Francisco, according to the 53-count indictment. (AP/Yahoo) 05/26/2004
  • Photo: Pavlo Lazarenko, the former prime minister of Ukraine, leaves a San Francisco federal courthouse during a break in closing arguments Wednesday, May 26, 2004. The U.S. government has alleged that Lazarenko created an underground network of bank accounts to launder money he made through a variety of business schemes in Ukraine and directed $114 million to U.S. banks, mostly in San Francisco, according to the 53-count indictment. (AP/Yahoo) 05/26/2004
  • ADM unit to run oilseed plant at Ukrainian port (Reuters) 05/26/2004
  • Ukraine wins beer honours - with German know-how [Radomyschl brewery] (Expatica) 05/26/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ruslan Fedotenko tapes up his stick before the team's optional practice in Tampa (AP/Yahoo) 05/26/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ruslan Fedotenko tapes his stick in preparation for an optional skate Wednesday afternoon (AP/Yahoo) 05/26/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's right winger Ruslan Fedotenko works on a stick (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/26/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's wingers Ruslan Fedotenko and Dmitry Afanasenkov relax in the dressing room (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/26/2004
  • Cycling: Saeco in control (Eurosport) 05/26/2004
  • Cycling: Eight Giro riders investigated but no drugs found (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/26/2004
  • World Track Cycling Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/26/2004
  • Tennis: Coria battles into French Open third round (AFP/Yahoo) 05/26/2004
  • Tennis: Henin-Hardenne Sent Packing at the French Open (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/26/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/26/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine striker Andrei Shevchenko, wanted by big-spending English Premiership side Chelsea, has signed a new four-year deal with AC Milan that will keep him in Italy to 2009. (File) (AFP/Yahoo) 05/26/2004
  • Shevchenko agrees Milan extension (UEFA) 05/26/2004
  • Ukrainian victim in Paris airport tragedy used stolen Czech passport (News24) 05/26/2004
  • Shevchenko signs new four-year deal with Milan (Reuters) 05/26/2004
  • Recalling Balanchine Before City Ballet [Dvorovenko, Beloserkovsky] (NY Times) 05/26/2004
  • Roma Pryma-Bohachevsky -/- ³ ³ REVISED 5/25/04 7pm (BRAMA) 05/26/2004
  • Russia Forges Post-Soviet Economic Union (CNS News) 05/26/2004
  • At mortuary in Kuwait, soldiers live among death (Virginian-Pilot) 05/26/2004
  • U.S. Hopes New UN Resolution Gets Troops to Iraq (AP/Yahoo) 05/26/2004
  • Gadhafi explains reasons for boycotting Arab summit (Lebanon Daily Star) 05/26/2004
  • Marchuk says he may be dismissed due to fire at military depot in Melitopol district (Interfax) 05/26/2004
  • Yanukovych, Bereuter note revival of Ukrainian-US dialogue (Interfax) 05/26/2004
  • A Former Superpower's Hazardous Legacy. Experts Cite Risks of Aging and Unsecured Arms Caches in Ex-Soviet Republics (Wash Post) 05/26/2004
  • U.S., Russia cooperate to lock up nuclear fuel (Bradenton Herald) 05/26/2004
  • Talks on Transdnestria settlement continue in Chisinau (Interfax) 05/26/2004
  • Rare US Trial of Ex-Ukraine Leader in End Phase [Pavlo Lazarenko] (Reuters) 05/26/2004
  • Lawyers offer final arguments in former Ukraine leader's trial [Pavlo Lazarenko] (AP/San Jose Mercury News) 05/26/2004
  • President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly Visits Ukraine (Epicos) 05/26/2004
  • Steel groups line up for Ukraine bid (Financial Times) 05/26/2004
  • Eurovision star to advise Ukraine PM [Ruslana] (BBC) 05/26/2004
  • Our neighbors - The Ukrainians [Atanas Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 05/26/2004
  • Gil Spencer: Victors America works just fine, thank you (Delaware County Daily Times) 05/26/2004
  • Shevchenko snubs Chelsea with new Milan deal (AFP/Yahoo) 05/26/2004
  • Shevchenko signs new deal (BBC) 05/26/2004
  • Tuzla Island Going Under Water [From 5/24/04] (UNIAN) 05/26/2004
  • (BBC Ukrainian) 05/26/2004
  • Iraqi Supreme Court rejects Navstar sailors' appeal to return to Ukraine [Ukrainian sailors jailed in Iraq for smuggling fuel] (Interfax) 05/26/2004
  • Articles, on Which Ukrainian Premier Was Sentenced, Made Public in Donetsk (UNIAN) 05/26/2004
  • Two online journalists imprisoned [Olexandre Pomytkin, Kharkiv; Kostyantyn Sydorenko, Mukacheve] (Reporters sans frontières) 05/26/2004
  • Poking holes in the official story of 9/11 (Toronto Star) 05/26/2004

  • Teen Accused Of Impersonating Deputy For Months (WPLG/Yahoo) 05/25/2004
  • [Pagedown] More on libel suit against 'Ukrayinska Pravda' (Internet news site critical of the country's leadership) (RFE/RL) 05/25/2004
  • Freedom House Says 'New Divide' Formalized By EU Expansion (RFE/RL) 05/25/2004
  • PACE monitors to visit Kyiv, Mukacheve and Odesa (Interfax) 05/25/2004
  • Bereuter: Fair election in 2004 will help Ukraine toward NATO (Interfax) 05/25/2004
  • Report: dirty bomb easy to buy in Ukraine (UPI/Wash Times) 05/25/2004
  • Ukraine not yet ready to join EU - British ambassador (Interfax) 05/25/2004
  • UK Ambassador: Ukraine must concentrate on EU action plan and WTO (Interfax) 05/25/2004
  • Ukrainian PM Vows To Ban Oil Exports (RFE/RL) 05/25/2004
  • Ukraine Moves to Ease Effects of Escalating Oil Prices (VOA) 05/25/2004
  • Oil companies agree with government to cut fuel prices (Interfax) 05/25/2004
  • LNM, US Steel's Ukrainian steel bid faces hurdles (AP/Miami Herald) 05/25/2004
  • Council of Trade Centers, National Committee of ICC agree to cooperate (Interfax) 05/25/2004
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  • Ai i i (VOA) 05/25/2004
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  • Horses caught in No Man's Land [Two lorries full of horses were held up between the Ukrainian and Hungarian borders for five days, while paperwork problems and health fears prevented horses being offloaded for rest and water] (Horse&Hound) 05/25/2004
  • Makalu climbers bullied by snow [Ukrainian climber Vladislav Terzyul reported missing] (Mount Everest) 05/25/2004
  • Photo: Calgary Flames' Rhett Warrener checks Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko (AP/Yahoo) 05/25/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ruslan Fedotenko gets a stick across the face from an unidentified Calgary Flames player (AP/Yahoo) 05/25/2004
  • Photo: Los Angeles Lakers' Slava Medvedenko tries to block the shot of Minnesota Timberwolves' Kevin Garnett (AP/Yahoo) 05/25/2004
  • Photo: Minnesota Timberwolves Kevin Garnett shoots over Los Angeles Lakers Slava Medvedenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/25/2004
  • Photo: Los Angeles Lakers' Slava Medvedenko tries to block Minnesota Timberwolves' Michael Olowokandi (AP/Yahoo) 05/25/2004
  • Photo: Members of the Italian, Spanish and Ukrainian cycling teams form a line during a practice session in Melbourne, ahead of the Track Cycling World Championships (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/25/2004
  • Photo: Italian Saeco rider Gilberto Simoni, followed by Ukrainian Colnago rider Yaroslav Popovych, climbs during the 217km 16th stage, from San Vendemiano to Falzes, of the Giro d'Italia (Reuters) 05/25/2004
  • Cycling: Italy's great hope rises to the challenge as he regains lead (AFP/Yahoo) 05/25/2004
  • Cycling: Cunego Regains Lead at Giro d'Italia (AP/Yahoo) 05/25/2004
  • Cycling: Superb Cunego back in pink jersey (CNN) 05/25/2004
  • Cycling: Cunego regains overall lead (BBC Sport) 05/25/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/25/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage 16 results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/25/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/25/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Yulia Beygelzimer returns the ball to USA's Jennifer Capriati (AP/Yahoo) 05/25/2004
  • Photo: Yulia Beygelzimer of Ukraine stretches during her match against Jennifer Capriati of the U.S. during the first round of the French Open (Reuters) 05/25/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Yulia Beygelzimer checks her racket as she faces USA's Jennifer Capriati in a first round match of the French Open (AP/Yahoo) 05/25/2004
  • Photo: Yulia Beygelzimer of Ukraine serves against Jennifer Capriati of the U.S. at the French Open (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/25/2004
  • Tennis: Capriati survives first-round scare at French Open (Reuters) 05/25/2004
  • Tennis: Big guns advance in Paris (AFP/Yahoo) 05/25/2004
  • Paris probes airport collapse (BBC) 05/25/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/25/2004
  • Muslin parts with Crvena Zvezda (UEFA) 05/25/2004

  • Photo: Ukrainian Vitali Klitschko, World Boxing Council heavyweight champion, talks to cadets during his visit to the Bogun military lyceum in Kiev (Reuters) 05/24/2004
  • Photo: Overall leader Ukrainian Yaroslav Popovych rides during the 15th stage of the 87th Giro between Porec in Croatia and San Vendemiano (AFP/Yahoo) 05/24/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian cyclist Yaroslav Popovych (AFP/Yahoo) 05/24/2004
  • Cycling: Petacchi sprints to stage record (AFP/Yahoo) 05/24/2004
  • Cycling: Italy's Petacchi Wins 15th Leg at Giro (AP/Yahoo) 05/24/2004
  • Cycling: Alessandro the great (Eurosport) 05/24/2004
  • Cycling: Petacchi breaks Giro record (BBC Sport) 05/24/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/24/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage 15 results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/24/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/24/2004
  • Photo: Tatiana Perebiynis of Ukraine returns the ball during her match against Jelena Dokic of Serbia-Montenegro in the first round of the French Open tennis tournament. Perebiynis defeated Dokic 6-4 6-1 (Reuters) 05/24/2004
  • Photo: Tatiana Perebiynis of Ukraine returns the ball during her match against Jelena Dokic of Serbia-Montenegro in the first round of the French Open tennis tournament (Reuters) 05/24/2004
  • Tennis: Agassi suffers French Open humiliation, Henin-Hardenne eases through (AFP/Yahoo) 05/24/2004
  • Tennis: Seeded favourites advance (Eurosport) 05/24/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/24/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko on track for Lightning (AP/Yahoo) 05/24/2004
  • Basketball: Azovmash Take Series Lead (FIBA Europe) 05/24/2004
  • Hockey: Gelinas, Fedotenko are finalists' secret weapons (Sporting News/Yahoo) 05/24/2004
  • Eastern European round-up (Reuters) 05/24/2004
  • Wrestling: Saratogan wins spot on 1st women's team (SF Chronicle) 05/24/2004
  • i i-i i y (VOA) 05/24/2004
  • i: i (VOA) 05/24/2004
  • i I i ii (VOA) 05/24/2004
  • i - (VOA) 05/24/2004
  • A pearl-casting game [...symbolically, First Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Chaliy submitted his resignation immediately after the Parliament ratified the agreement on establishing the Single Economic Space...] ( ) 05/24/2004
  • Kyiv Babies Poisoning Caused by Struggle Between Dairy Kitchens - KCSA Deputy Chairman (UNIAN) 05/24/2004
  • Constitutional Court to Make Public Decision on Submission of President on Procedure of Preschedule Termination of Supreme Rada Authorities (UNIAN) 05/24/2004
  • Organizational Stage of UES [United Economic Space, a.k.a. Common or Single Economic Space] Formation Finished, High Time to Fulfill Plans - Kuchma (UNIAN) 05/24/2004
  • Kuchma: CES should prepare regulatory framework as soon as possible (Interfax) 05/24/2004
  • Yalta summit confirms political will of CES countries to create union, says Kuchma (Interfax) 05/24/2004
  • Other countries also want to join Common Economic Space - Nazarbayev (Interfax-Kazakhstan) 05/24/2004
  • Russians, Ukrainians, Belarussian see benefits of unity (Interfax-Belarus) 05/24/2004
  • Morgue Records Show 5,500 Iraqis Killed [since President Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003... Ukraine reports 5 deaths.] (AP/Yahoo) 05/24/2004
  • Carrot Scout [George Bush Sr. revisits the the country to whose independence he once objected; 'Chicken Kiev' speech] ( ) 05/24/2004
  • EU Trade Comissioner Pascal Lamy: 'The first priority for Ukraine should be accession to the World Trade Organisation' ( ) 05/24/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (R) greets his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin as they meet at the Black Sea resort of Yalta, May 24, 2004. Presidents of Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Belarus arrived in Yalta to discuss an agreement on creating an economic union between the four post-Soviet countries. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/24/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's President Leonid Kuchma, right, and Russian President Vladimir Putin (news - web sites) pose for the press in the Black Sea coast resort of Yalta, Ukraine, Monday, May 24, 2004. The presidents of Ukraine, Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan gathered Sunday in Yalta for two days of meetings on the mechanics of a fledgling economic community meant to boost trade among the former Soviet republics and promote growth by increasing investment. (AP/Yahoo) 05/24/2004
  • Photo: Workers rebuild a vandalized headstone at a cemetery in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, May 24, 2004. More than 50 Jewish gravestones at a cemetery in Kiev were vandalized late Saturday in what the local Jewish community Monday described as an organized anti-Semitic action. (AP/Yahoo) 05/24/2004
  • 50 Jewish gravestones vandalized in Kiev (Jerusalem Post) 05/24/2004
  • Bush Sr. clarifies 'Chicken Kiev' speech (Wash Times) 05/24/2004
  • Papa Bush's 'chicken Kiev' (Financial Times) 05/24/2004
  • Will Rule of Law Prevail in Ukraine? [From 5/21/04] (RFE/RL) 05/24/2004
  • - (BBC Ukrainian) 05/24/2004
  • - ? (BBC Ukrainian) 05/24/2004
  • Cycling: Petacchi sprints to record 7th stage (IH Tribune) 05/24/2004
  • Decline and Fall of Russia's Gymnasts (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/24/2004
  • Athletics: Scott signals her intent to realise Olympic dream (Glasgow Herald) 05/24/2004
  • When Raymonda Makes Up Her Mind, a Seducer Loses, and the Nice Guy Wins [Dvorovenko, Beloserkovsky] (NY Times) 05/24/2004
  • Two-man Race Developing In Ukraine (CPOD) 05/24/2004
  • Leaders Of Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Russia Meet (RFE/RL) 05/24/2004

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  • Miss Ukraine Chosen 2004 Tourism World Beauty Queen In Mugla (Turkish Press) 05/23/2004
  • Bikini chess championship in Ukraine (Chessbase) 05/23/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) speaks with his counterparts from Ukraine, Leonid Kuchma (L), Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko (2L) and Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbaev during their meeting in the Black Sea resort of Yalta, May 23, 2004. The leaders arrived in Yalta to discuss implementation of an agreement on creating an economic union between the four post-Soviet countries. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (R) talks to Russian President Vladimir Putin (news - web sites) during their meeting in the Black Sea resort of Yalta, May 23, 2004. Presidents of Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Belarus arrived in Yalta to discuss implementation of an agreement on creating an economic union between the four countries. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (R) greets his Belarus counterpart Alexander Lukashenko before their talks in the Black Sea resort of Yalta, May 23, 2004. Presidents of Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Belarus arrived in Yalta to discuss implementation of an agreement on creating an economic union between the four post-Soviet countries. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/23/2004
  • Photo: A view of the Orthodox Easter, Vydubytsky monastery, which was founded about 1,000 years ago, in Ukraine's capital Kiev on Sunday, May 23, 2004. In the background is the Dnieper river. (AP/Yahoo) 05/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Colnago rider Yaroslav Popovych sprays champagne while on the podium after the 175km of the 14th stage of the Giro d'Italia (Reuters) 05/23/2004
  • Cycling: Petacchi wins another Giro stage; Popovych keeps lead (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/23/2004
  • Cycling: Petacchi in seventh heaven after equalling Giro record (AFP/Yahoo) 05/23/2004
  • Cycling: Petacchi in 7th heaven (Eurosport) 05/23/2004
  • Cycling: Petacchi matches Giro best (BBC Sport) 05/23/2004
  • Cycling: Petacchi equals Tour stage record (CNN) 05/23/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/23/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage 14 results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/23/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/23/2004
  • Cycling: Languedoc-Roussillon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/23/2004
  • Rowing: Five Canadian crews win gold medals at International Wedau-Regatta (CP/Yahoo) 05/23/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning strikes as Tampa Bay reaches NHL final (AFP/Yahoo) 05/23/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning through to finals (BBC Sport) 05/23/2004
  • Eurovision victors singing the blues over hosting contest (Scotland on Sunday) 05/23/2004
  • Fedotenko treats ex-mates harshly: Lightning forward racked up six goals in series to oust Flyers (Delaware News Journal) 05/23/2004
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  • Photo: The presidents of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma, Belarus' Alexander Lukashenko, Kazakhstan's Nursultan Nazarbayev and Russia's Vladimir Putin , , from left, meet in the Black Sea coast resort of Yalta, Ukraine, Sunday May 23, 2004. The presidents of Ukraine, Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan gathered Sunday in Yalta for two days of meetings on the mechanics of a fledgling economic community meant to boost trade among the former Soviet republics and promote growth by increasing investment. (AP/Yahoo) 05/23/2004

  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma and Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva take a stroll in Kievo-Pechersky Monastery in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva visits the museum at Kievo-Pechersky Monastery in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma visit a church in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Brazil's Lula on stopover in Ukraine meets counterpart (AFP/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • (BBC Ukrainian) 05/22/2004
  • Ukrainians protest against joining NATO (UPI/Wash Times) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Relatives hold babies recovering from food poisoning, in a hospital in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
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  • Kyiv institutes criminal proceedings on mass milk-poisoned kids (Interfax) 05/22/2004
  • Bulgaria Back to Ukrainian Market (Novinite) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: A hot air balloon flys under a bridge during an international balloon cup in the Ukrainian city of Kamyanets-Podilsky (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Hot air balloons fly under a bridge during an international balloon cup in the Ukrainian city of Kamyanets-Podilsky (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning 's Ruslan Fedotenko is surrounded by teammates Dan Boyle, Brad Richards, Martin St. Louis and Dave Andreychuk as they celebrate Fedotenko's tip-in goal (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko is surrounded by teammates as they celebrate Fedotenko's tip-in goal in the first period (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates his first period goal (AP/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates his tip-in goal in the first period (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko scores a tip-in goal (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Robert Esche along with defensemen Kim Johnsson and Vladimir Malakhov watch as Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko's shot goes into the net to score Tampa Bay's first goal (AP/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Philadelphia Flyers' John LeClair and the Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko collide (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Philadelphia Flyers' John LeClair levels Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko (AP/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Yaroslav Popovych celebrates on podium after the 13th stage in of the Giro d'Italia. Ukrainian Serhiy Honchar won the stage while Popovych took the leader's pink jersey (Reuters) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Yaroslav Popovych puts on the leaders pink jersey of the Giro dItalia (AFP/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian De Nardi rider Serhiy Honchar sprays champagne on the podium after the 52km of the 13th time trial stage of the Giro d'Italia. Honchar won the stage while Ukrainian Colnago rider Yaroslav Popovych took the leader's pink jersey (Reuters) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Serhiy Honchar sprays champagne on the podium after winning the 13th stage of the Giro dItalia (AFP/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Serhiy Honchar celebrates winning the 13th stage of the Giro dItalia (AFP/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian cyclist Serhiy Honchar (Team De Nardi) powers along the Adriatic Sea to win the 13th stage of the 87th Giro, an individual time-trial around Trieste. Compatriot Yaroslav Popovych (Team Landbouwkrediet/Colnago) finished third and took the pink jersey (AFP/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian De Nardi rider Serhiy Honchar speeds his way to win the 13th stage of the Giro d'Italia (Reuters) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Yaroslav Popovych of Ukraine pedals on his way to placing third in the tough 13th stage individual time test, from Trieste to Altopiano Carsico, to earn the overall leader's pink jersey of the Tour of Italy cycling race (AP/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Yaroslav Popovych rides the 13th stage time trial of the Giro dItalia (DPA/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Colnago rider Yaroslav Popovych speeds to take the third place during the 52km of the 13th time trial stage in Trieste of the Giro d'Italia (Reuters) 05/22/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Yaroslav Popovych rides to take third place during the 52km of the 13th time trial stage of the Giro d'Italia (Reuters) 05/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian cyclist Yaroslav Popovych (Team Landbouwkrediet/Colnago) powers along the Adriatic Sea during the 13th stage of the 87th Giro dItalia (AFP/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Cycling: Honchar, Popovych Win Giro Double for Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Cycling: Ukrainians reign in Tour of Italy (AFP/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Ukraine cyclists dominate 13th stage of Giro d'Italia (AP/USA Today) 05/22/2004
  • Cycling: Honchar wins time trial, Popovych in pink (Eurosport) 05/22/2004
  • Cycling: Ukrainian double at Giro d'Italia (CNN) 05/22/2004
  • Cycling: Honchar wins 13th stage, Popovych takes lead (AFP/Yahoo) 05/22/2004
  • Cycling: Honchar takes time trial (BBC Sport) 05/22/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/22/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage 13 results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/22/2004
  • Rowing: Two Canadian boats finish first at the International Wedau-Regatta (Globe and Mail) 05/22/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Qualifying Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/22/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko Tormenting His Former Team (Tampa Tribune) 05/22/2004

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  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma poses with former U.S. president George Bush before talks at the Presidential palace in Kiev, May 21, 2004. Bush is on a two-day private visit to Ukraine to meet the country's political and public leaders. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma shakes hands with former US President George Herbert Walker Bush (AFP/Yahoo) 05/21/2004
  • Photo: Former U.S. president George Bush talks to John Herbst, U.S. ambassador in Ukraine, during a stroll through central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/21/2004
  • Bush Sr. hails democratic changes in Ukraine (AFP/Yahoo) 05/21/2004
  • George Bush Sr.: Ukraine should improve democracy (Interfax) 05/21/2004
  • Opposition leaders tell Bush Sr. Gongadze probe stuck [approx. one hour meeting with Yuschenko, Tymoshenko, Moroz] (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/21/2004
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  • Bush Sr. amazed, gives Yanukovych his son's thanks for Iraq (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/21/2004
  • -: ̳ (BBC Ukrainian) 05/21/2004
  • Kuchma, Bush Sr. meet in Mariinsky Palace (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/21/2004
  • Kuchma, Bush Sr. discuss Ukrainian-U.S. relations (Interfax) 05/21/2004
  • Ex-President George Bush Arrived In Ukraine (UNIAN) 05/21/2004
  • Ukraine solid member of coalition in Iraq, says presidential administration (Interfax) 05/21/2004
  • Ukraine still wants to take part in Iraq reconstruction (Interfax) 05/21/2004
  • Polish Defense Minister Says Soldiers' Time in Iraq May Be Cut (Bloomberg) 05/21/2004
  • Kyiv, Ljubljana say OSCE, EU, Ukraine, Russia and US must outline common stand on Transdnestria settlement (Interfax) 05/21/2004
  • Kuchma expects free trade zone agreement within CES will be signed in 1Q05 [Subscription required][Common Economic Space, Single Economic Space] (Interfax) 05/21/2004
  • Economist: ? (BBC Ukrainian) 05/21/2004
  • What the United States Should Do in Ukraine (Computer Crime Research Center) 05/21/2004
  • Up to 1,000 Kyiv children could be milk poisoned (Interfax) 05/21/2004
  • Irish Red Cross team heading to Ukraine (IOL) 05/21/2004
  • Ukraine needs long-term strategy of tax law amendments - Kuchma's message to parliament, government (Interfax) 05/21/2004
  • Cycling: US Postal rest up as Elminger sneaks stage win on (AFP/Yahoo) 05/21/2004
  • Cycling: Armstrong 39th in French tuneup for Tour (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/21/2004
  • Languedoc-Roussillon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/21/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/21/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage 12 results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/21/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/21/2004
  • Athletics: Czech Dream 1500m (IAAF) 05/21/2004
  • Boxing: Rahman says he will get another title chance against Ruiz (AFP/Yahoo) 05/21/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Draw (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/21/2004
  • Just 70: It might be a tacky song contest but it tipped me off that Europe has eastern countries too. And how vibrant they are (Guardian) 05/21/2004
  • Contest bordering on the ridiculous [Eurovision] (The Scotsman) 05/21/2004
  • First Iranian Film Week Opens in Crimea (Mehr) 05/21/2004
  • Photo: Hot air balloons rise in the air during an international balloon cup near the Ukrainian city of Kamyanets-Podilsky, about 420 kms west of the capital Kiev, May 21, 2004. About 20 teams of balloon enthusiasts are taking part in the 8th international 'Air Brotherhood' competition, which will run until May 23. (Reuters) 05/21/2004
  • Photo: Hot air balloons fly above an ancient fortress during an international balloon cup in the Ukrainian city of Kamyanets-Podilsky, about 420 km west of the capital Kiev, May 21, 2004. About 20 teams of balloon enthusiasts are taking part in the 8th international 'Air Brotherhood' competition, which will run until May 23. (Reuters) 05/21/2004
  • Superman returns to defend communism? (Wash Times) 05/21/2004
  • UK puts visa restrictions on Ukrainian seasonal workers (Interfax) 05/21/2004
  • Ukrainian gets taste of culture, trade in U.S. (Louisville Courier-Journal) 05/21/2004

  • : ' ' (BBC Ukrainian) 05/20/2004
  • The Curtain Drops [European Union enlargement] (Transitions Online) 05/20/2004
  • Locusts attack Kherson Oblast (AgriMArket) 05/20/2004
  • Photo: (L-R) Miss Universe candidates Shandi Finnessey of the U.S., Ana Karina Anez Delgado of Venezuela and Oleksandra Nikolayenko of Ukraine pose for a TV production in front of the government palace, in Quito, May 20, 2004. The 2004 competition is being held in Ecuador and will be broadcast live from Quito next June 1. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/20/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning left winger Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates after scoring his teams fourth goal (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/20/2004
  • Photo: Philadelphia Flyers goalie Robert Esche lets in a goal scored by Tampa Bay Lightning left winger Ruslan Fedotenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/20/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko is congratulated by teammates after scoring a goal (AP/Yahoo) 05/20/2004
  • Photo: Philadelphia Flyers Danny Markov high-sticks Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko (AP/Yahoo) 05/20/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/20/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage 11 results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/20/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/20/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Qualifying Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/20/2004
  • Chelsea linked with Shevchenko and Morientes (AFP/Yahoo) 05/20/2004
  • ABT puts own stamp on 'Bayadere' [Zakharova, Dvorovenko] (Newark Star-Ledger) 05/20/2004
  • Photo: Oleksandra Nikolayenko, Miss Ukraine 2004, participates in her Tadashi dress in a pre-taping of her introduction for the 2004 Miss Universe competition at Plaza Grande in Quito, Ecuador, May 20, 2004. She will compete for the title of Miss Universe 2004 during the 53rd annual Miss Universe competition in Quito on June 1, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/20/2004
  • Photo: 2004 Miss Universe contestants (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/20/2004
  • Upcoming Ukraine presidential elections concern the U.S. - Ukrainian Americans call for support of S.Con.Res. 106 [UACC] (BRAMA) 05/20/2004
  • Commemoration of the 40th Anniversary of Shevchenko Monument in Washington, DC [UCCA] (BRAMA) 05/20/2004
  • U.S. Congressional hearing on U.S.-Ukraine Relations [UNIS/UCCA] (BRAMA) 05/20/2004
  • Special Journal of Ukrainian Studies Issue in Memory of Danylo Husar Struk (BRAMA) 05/20/2004
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  • Ukraine calls for peaceful settlement of Israeli-Palestinian conflict (Interfax) 05/20/2004
  • Blunder After Blunder [RFE/RL talks to an expert on the Ukrainian military about the parlous state of Europe's largest armed forces.] (RFE/RL) 05/20/2004
  • General Prosecutor's Office Brought Criminal Case Against Yulia Tymoshenko for Her Attempt to Bribe Court (UNIAN) 05/20/2004
  • Yanukovych criticizes EU silence on Ukraine's free market status (Interfax) 05/20/2004
  • CPU, SPU MPs to ask president to withdraw peacekeepers from Iraq (Interfax) 05/20/2004
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  • Some Ukrainians Fear Fraud In Presidential Ballot (CPOD) 05/20/2004
  • Embassy Row: Warning to Ukraine [Herbst: If the election is not free, if there are complications, then relations between Ukraine and the United States could deteriorate] (Wash Times) 05/20/2004
  • Meeting with Herbst, Kliuyev stresses importance to set terms and volume of oil pumping via Odesa-Brody (Interfax) 05/20/2004
  • Steel treating is hard sell [The process was discovered by Kobasko in Ukraine...] (Akron Beacon Journal) 05/20/2004
  • Ex-leader of Integrated Energy Grids of Ukraine arrested again, Turchynov (Interfax) 05/20/2004
  • Danube canal bad news for wildlife [Danube Delta is a stronghold for Dalmatian Pelicans] (BirdLife International) 05/20/2004
  • - 20-21 2004 () 05/20/2004
  • Slavic hotline targets extortion (Sacramento Bee) 05/20/2004
  • Lazarenko court refuses to hear secretly made audio records of Kuchma's statements (Interfax) 05/20/2004
  • U.S. Court Asked to Listen to Kuchma Rant [Lazarenko trial; Melnychenko tapes; Kuchmagate] (Reuters/Moscow Times) 05/20/2004
  • Op-ed: Ukraine Is Not Russia [Russia now has its 'managed democracy'... In Ukraine...the October 2004 presidential election is still a genuine contest...between two different political cultures] (Moscow Times) 05/20/2004
  • Bush Wins Support From Italy, Ukraine for Coalition in Iraq (Bloomberg) 05/20/2004
  • Azerbaijan ready to supply oil for Odessa-Brody (AzerNews) 05/20/2004
  • Indusmin Awards Engineering to NIPI-Shelf for Gas treatment Plant (BusinessWire) 05/20/2004
  • Op-ed: 'Evidence-Based Scientific Research'? [Greens Party criticized for over-inflating figures; Chornobyl casualties lower than reported] (TCS) 05/20/2004
  • Then and Now [Ukrainian immigrant mill worker, John Fedorowicz, purchased the white mill complex...] (Warwick Beacon) 05/20/2004
  • Miami Beach philanthropist created Alzheimer's center [Leonard Wien was born in Kiev in 1909] (Miami Herald) 05/20/2004
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  • Abramovich makes personal Shevchenko bid (Independent) 05/20/2004

  • . ³ ? (Champion) 05/19/2004
  • Swimming: Here's how gold rush may pan out (Baltimore Sun) 05/19/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/19/2004
  • Tennis: Les Internationaux de Strasbourg Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/19/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Qualifying Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/19/2004
  • (BBC Ukrainian) 05/19/2004
  • Athletics: Kelli White accepts two-year ban for steroid use (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/19/2004
  • Our neighbors - The Ukrainians [Atanas Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 05/19/2004
  • Ukrainian opposition website sued for libel [Ukrayinska pravda]; Will Kuchma run again? [From 5/18/04] (RFE/RL) 05/19/2004
  • Crimean Speaker Knocks Ukrainian Parliament (UANewswire) 05/19/2004
  • Better UN deal sought; US plans court-martial (Al-Jazeera) 05/19/2004
  • i ii i I (VOA) 05/19/2004
  • Gazeta Wyborcza: (BBC Ukrainian) 05/19/2004
  • Accused Ansonia priest defended (Connecticut Post) 05/19/2004
  • Verkhovna Rada rejects 5 bills calling for withdrawal of Ukrainian troops from Iraq (Interfax) 05/19/2004
  • Communists, socialists, and Yulia Tymoshenko's bloc to fight for withdrawal of Ukrainian troops from Iraq (Interfax) 05/19/2004
  • Ukraine's Defense Minister Yevhen Marchuk opposes withdrawal of Ukrainian troops from Iraq (Interfax) 05/19/2004
  • Marching valiantly into the quagmire [Iraq] (Jane's) 05/19/2004
  • Iraqis demand more power (Reuters) 05/19/2004
  • Allies Exert Pressure for Power Handover (AP/Yahoo) 05/19/2004
  • Ukraine hopes for market economy status settlement at Hague EU summit - Yanukovych (Interfax) 05/19/2004
  • Hryschenko, EU Council head, EC leaders discuss situation in Ukraine, EU (Interfax) 05/19/2004
  • Kuchma describes Ukraine's domestic political and economic situation as stable (Interfax) 05/19/2004
  • Iraqi designer uses the Hotel Show to launch multi-million dollar fresco business in Middle East [Frescos...70 sqm work inside the President's Palace in the Ukraine] (AME Info) 05/19/2004
  • Over one third of Ukrainians believe presidential elections results will be falsified, poll shows (Interfax) 05/19/2004
  • Bush Sr. to visit Ukraine soon on invitation of Pinchuk, Interpipe (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/19/2004
  • Religious Leaders Draw Attention to AIDS Crisis (RISU) 05/19/2004
  • Kyiv Mayor Reports to President on Tithe [Desiatynna] Church Reconstruction (RISU) 05/19/2004
  • Muslim-Christian Conference in Kyiv Discusses Family Problems (RISU) 05/19/2004
  • Athens 2004 Olympic Global Torch Relay - volunteer torchbearers needed in New York City (NYC.gov) 05/19/2004
  • New York City makes Olympics short list (Journal News) 05/19/2004
  • Journalists Challenge Ukraine Prime Minister Over Gongadze and Catalogue of Concerns Facing Press (IFJ) 05/19/2004
  • UK set to support sanctions on arms dealer [Ukrainian Victor Bout is living in Moscow] (Financial Times) 05/19/2004
  • Ukraine-EU Relations: Prospects for the Future (Europa) 05/19/2004
  • Ukraine Won't Withdraw Troops From Iraq (AP/Yahoo) 05/19/2004
  • Ukraine's authorities demand troops stay in Iraq (Reuters/AlertNet) 05/19/2004
  • Ukraine troops to remain in Iraq (BBC) 05/19/2004
  • [VIDEO CLIP - Real] Eurovision winner Ruslana performs 'Wild Dances' (Eurovision) 05/19/2004
  • The tsar's bar [Steve Cardownie, who is no stranger to the Ukraine, is opening Da Da Da, a Russian-themed bar/restaurant] (The Scotsman) 05/19/2004
  • Chinese Director Hailed for Martial Arts Epic ['House of Flying Daggers' filmed in Ukraine, parts near Lviv] (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/19/2004
  • I` i - i (VOA) 05/19/2004
  • i i, ii `i - (VOA) 05/19/2004
  • i i I (VOA) 05/19/2004
  • : i i i (VOA) 05/19/2004
  • Market status to come soon for Ukraine (EUobserver) 05/19/2004
  • How to play with fire. Niagara chef loves the art of flambe'. Russell Mudry inspired by Russia [Herbed Shrimp Poltava (named for a Ukrainian city)] (Toronto Star) 05/19/2004
  • Husband, 86, charged with killing wife, 83 (Globe and Mail) 05/19/2004
  • Photo: Secret recordings made by Ukraine President Leonid Kuchma's former bodyguard show he wielded power like a brutal Mafia don, lawyers claimed in papers filed in the case of a former prime minister. Ukraine special anti-terror and anti-riot troops march past a poster of Kuchma (AFP/Yahoo) 05/19/2004
  • Ukraine president acted like a mafia don: Lazarenko lawyers (AFP/Yahoo) 05/19/2004
  • Informations sur Ruslana. L'Ukraine à l'Eurovision 2004 [French] (Eurovision) 05/19/2004

  • Photos: Ukraines Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych meets with NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop (NATO) 05/18/2004
  • Ukraines Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych meets with NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop (NATO) 05/18/2004
  • Joint press point: Ukraines Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych meets with NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop (NATO) 05/18/2004
  • Weekend reenactment reminds Winnipeg residents of the past [Danny Schur, the creator of Strike!...] (CBC) 05/18/2004
  • Supporting Human Rights and Democracy: The U.S. Record 2003-2004 [Europe and Eurasia section, pagedown to 'Ukraine'] (USDOS) 05/18/2004
  • U.S. State Department Issues Report Examining Government Record On Promoting Rights (RFE/RL) 05/18/2004
  • U.S. Warns Ukraine To Hold Fair Presidential Elections (RFE/RL) 05/18/2004
  • Ukraine declares a war on piracy (Computer Crime Research Center) 05/18/2004
  • EU courts new neighbour Ukraine (EUpolitix) 05/18/2004
  • . -? (BBC Ukrainian) 05/18/2004
  • (BBC Ukrainian) 05/18/2004
  • - ³ (BBC Ukrainian) 05/18/2004
  • (BBC Ukrainian) 05/18/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning left winger Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates with teammates after scoring his teams first goal (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates his first period goal with his line (AP/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning left winger Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates with teammates Fredrik Modin and Darryl Sydor after scoring (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates his first period, short-handed goal (AP/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning left winger Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates after scoring (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • Photo: Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Kim Johnsson, goaltender Robert Esche and Michal Handzus all watch as Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko's shot goes into the net to score the Lightning's first goal (AP/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • Photo: Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Robert Esche watches the puck go into the net. The goal was scored by Tampa Bay Lightning left winger Ruslan Fedotenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • Photo: Miss Universe candidates Venessa Fisher of Canada, Kseniya Kustova of Russia, Oleksandra Nikolayenko of Ukraine, Bianca Sissing of Switzerland and Jessica Rodrguez of Panama (L-R) pose in World City, 26 km (16 miles) west of Quito, May 18, 2004. The 2004 competition is being held in Ecuador and the Miss Universe show will be broadcast live from Quito June 1. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • Photo: Crimean Tartars pray during a mourning rally to mark the 60th anniversary of deportation of ethnic Tartars under Soviet dictator Josef Stalin, in the Crimean capital of Simferopol, Ukraine, Tuesday, May 18, 2004. The monument shows Soviet Union founder Vladimir Lenin. (AP/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • Photo: Tatars applaud during a memorial rally to honor those who died in the 1944 deportation from the Crimea to Central Asia, in Simferopol's central square, May 18, 2004. About 20,000 ethnic Tatars marched through the capital of Ukraine's Crimea peninsula to mark the 60th anniversary of their mass deportation by the Soviet dictator Josef Stalin. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • Photo: Crimean Tatars wipe their tears at a mourning rally during the 60th anniversary of deportation of ethnic Tatars under Soviet dictator Josef Stalin, in the Crimean capital of Simferopol, Ukraine, Tuesday, May 18, 2004. Thousands of people gathered in Simferopol main square to honor the memory of victims of the Soviet regime (AP/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • Photo: Crimean Tatars pray at a mourning rally during the 60th anniversary of the deportation of ethnic Tatars under Soviet dictator Josef Stalin, in the Crimean capital of Simferopol, Ukraine, Tuesday, May 18, 2004. Thousands of people gathered in a main square to honor the memory of victims of the Soviet regime. (AP/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • Game makers reach out to the world (BBC) 05/18/2004
  • Over a dozen athletes given OK to change nationality for Athens Games [Ukrainian wrestler Davyd Bichinashvili for Germany; Ukrainian gymnast Andrey Lipskiy for Bulgaria.] (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/18/2004
  • Basketball: Kyiv Revive Play-Off Hopes (FIBA Europe) 05/18/2004
  • Two Ways to Pass the 'Bayadére' Aesthetic Test [Dvorovenko] (NY Times) 05/18/2004
  • Lucescu set for Shakhtar success (UEFA) 05/18/2004
  • Young competitors support Korchemny (SF Chronicle) 05/18/2004
  • Tennis: Les Internationaux de Strasbourg Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/18/2004
  • Klitschkos terminate contract with their German promoter (AP/Fox Sports) 05/18/2004
  • Bitter homecoming for exiled Tatars (BBC) 05/18/2004
  • , - (BRAMA) 05/18/2004
  • ̳ - ' (BRAMA) 05/18/2004
  • 'Cyber brides' vulnerable to abuse? [More than 62,000 Russian and 30,000 Ukrainian women on marriage agency websites] (BBC) 05/18/2004
  • i , i (VOA) 05/18/2004
  • Zbigniew Brzezinski: Ukraine is neither a pawn nor a queen but a very important figure () 05/18/2004
  • Valery Kuchynsky: Ukraine is UNs Exemplary Peacekeeper () 05/18/2004
  • CEC Planning to Install Video Cameras at All Election Districts at Presidential Election (UNIAN) 05/18/2004
  • Who Will Protect Ukrainian Book Publishing? In 2003 Ukraines publishing companies put out half a book per capita () 05/18/2004
  • Ukraine Short on Financial-Industrial Groups () 05/18/2004
  • Kryvorizhstal could fetch a record price at auction () 05/18/2004
  • Euro-romanticism era is over, says Yanukovych (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/18/2004
  • Closer CES integration may hamper Ukraine to get to EU - Brzezinski (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/18/2004
  • NATO chief vows to help Ukraine build democracy - DW (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/18/2004
  • Free trade and security policy are GUUAMs priorities () 05/18/2004
  • Crimean Tatars Mark 60th Anniversary Of Deportation (RFE/RL) 05/18/2004
  • Undemocratic presidential election will worsen Kyiv-Washington relations, says US ambassador [Herbst] (Interfax) 05/18/2004
  • Ukraine to take part in talks on Iraq in Washington (Interfax) 05/18/2004
  • Ukrainian parliament denies approval to address to UN Secretary General on situation in Iraq (Interfax) 05/18/2004
  • Ukrainian cargo plane crashes in China (Interfax) 05/18/2004
  • Ukraine's resorts need large investments - Premier (Interfax) 05/18/2004
  • US ambassador backs piping oil from Odesa to Brody (Interfax) 05/18/2004
  • Wall Street Journal (VOA) 05/18/2004
  • Russian premier calls for removing barriers in trade with Ukraine (Interfax) 05/18/2004
  • Ukraine to pay $13.7 bn on foreign debt in 2004-2011 - expert forecast (Interfax) 05/18/2004
  • Commission defends Kiev office shots fired by security guards (EUpolitix) 05/18/2004
  • Seven Dead as Ukrainian Cargo Plane Crashes in China (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • Photo: Tatar women cry during a prayer to honor those who died in the 1944 deportation to Central Asia, at a Memorial stone in Simperopol, May 18, 2004. Ethnic Tatars gathered in the capital of Ukraine's Crimea peninsula to mark the 60th anniversary of their mass deportation by Soviet dictator Josef Stalin. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/18/2004
  • I (VOA) 05/18/2004
  • i : i (VOA) 05/18/2004
  • Ethnic Tension Over Ukraine Land Disputes [Crimean Tatars] (Guardian) 05/18/2004
  • - 60 (BBC Ukrainian) 05/18/2004
  • Brussels plays down Ukraine police firing on anti-EU protestors (EU Business) 05/18/2004

  • What a load of Baltics! [Eurovision] (Daily Mirror) 05/17/2004
  • Ukraine Wins Eurovision Song Contest (Billboard) 05/17/2004
  • Ukraine celebrates first Eurovision crown (Sunday Times (South Africa)) 05/17/2004
  • NASA and USGS magnetic database rocks the world [...samples come from all over the world including the Ukrainian and Baltic shields...] (GSFC-NASA) 05/17/2004
  • Fraud in Online Job Listings [Victim accepts payment for the software company's domestic sales, then takes cash out of PayPal account and wires it, via Western Union, to the software company's contacts in Ukraine.] (NY Times) 05/17/2004
  • Swimming: Athens gold in mind (Eurosport) 05/17/2004
  • Tennis: Les Internationaux de Strasbourg Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/17/2004
  • Brzezinski admits US stand in 'Kolchuga-gate' was inadequate (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/17/2004
  • Cigarette butts of mass destruction [Melitopol munitions dump case] ( ) 05/17/2004
  • Photo: Susana Rivadeneira, Miss Ecuador, left, and Oleksandra Nikolayenko, Miss Ukraine pose at a hotel in Quito, Ecuador, Monday, May 17, 2004. The contestants will be participating in the Miss Universe beauty pageant on June 1 in Quito, Ecuador. (AP/Yahoo) 05/17/2004
  • Photo: Relatives of people who died after a bus was destroyed by a train, cry at a level crossing near Ukraine's Black Sea port of Izmail May 16, 2004. A freight train slammed into the bus at the level crossing in southwestern Ukraine on Sunday, killing 15 people and injuring 29 others, the ex-Soviet state's Emergencies Ministry said. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/17/2004
  • Photo: A destroyed bus is lifted away near Ukraine's Black Sea port Izmail May 16, 2004. A freight train slammed into the bus at a level crossing in southwestern Ukraine on Sunday, killing 15 people and injuring 29 others, the ex-Soviet state's Emergencies Ministry said. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/17/2004
  • Judo: Bryant takes silver for Britain (Independent) 05/17/2004
  • Bunge Joint Venture to Build Oilseed Crushing Plant in Ukraine (PR Newswire) 05/17/2004
  • Ͳ (BBC Ukrainian) 05/17/2004
  • .: (BBC Ukrainian) 05/17/2004
  • Kuchma instructs Cabinet to coordinate Euro-Asian oil transport corridor project (Interfax) 05/17/2004
  • US wants to see free, fair president election in Ukraine, says Powel. (Interfax) 05/17/2004
  • UKRAINE police fire on Green party members (EUbusiness) 05/17/2004
  • Ukraine discovers nuclear trafficking ring (SpaceDaily) 05/17/2004
  • Ukraine Says It Seized 'Red Mercury' (Sarasota Herald Tribune) 05/17/2004
  • Photo: WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko, right, and his brother Wladimir smile while showing off the green belt from Vitali's April 24 victory over Corrie Sanders during the Klitschkos' news conference in Moscow, Monday, May 17, 2004. 'The belt that belonged to legendary Muhammad Ali and Joe Louis, now belongs to Ukraine,' said Klitschko, showing off the belt. (AP/Yahoo) 05/17/2004
  • Photo: WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko looks on during a news conference in Moscow, Monday, May 17, 2004. 'The belt that belonged to legendary Muhammad Ali and Joe Louis, now belongs to Ukraine,' said Klitschko, showing off the green belt from his April 24 victory over Corrie Sanders (AP/Yahoo) 05/17/2004
  • Photo: WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko smiles while showing off the green belt from his April 24 victory over Corrie Sanders during a news conference in Moscow, Monday, May 17, 2004. 'The belt that belonged to legendary Muhammad Ali and Joe Louis, now belongs to Ukraine,' said Klitschko, showing off the belt. (AP/Yahoo) 05/17/2004
  • Photo: Vitali (R) and Wladimir Klitschko of the Ukraine give a thumbs up holding the WBC Heavyweight belt during their news conference in Moscow, May 17, 2004. The Klitschko brothers arrived in Moscow following Vitali's recent victory over Corrie Sanders in Los Angeles. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/17/2004
  • European Commission Does Not Exclude Perspective of Ukraine's Membership in EU (UNIAN) 05/17/2004
  • Ukrainian Alpinists Climbed One of World's Highest Peaks Che-Oyu in The Himalayas (UNIAN) 05/17/2004
  • 'Kryvorozhstal': no trespassers ( ) 05/17/2004
  • Just a pretext? [Mukachevo] ( ) 05/17/2004
  • An itchy issue ...Ukrainians who stick to democratic values are faced with a dilemma: either to come to an end with respect to the Crimean Tatar issue, or to recognize their right to self-determination. ( ) 05/17/2004

  • : (BBC Ukrainian) 05/16/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan's Andriy Shevchenko shows the silver ball trophy received for the best player of the Italian championship, prior to his match against Brescia (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/16/2004
  • Shevchenko Serie A's top gun but Gilardino eyes Euro 2004 (Reuters) 05/16/2004
  • Adriano assures Champions League for Inter Milan (AFP/Yahoo) 05/16/2004
  • Photo: The Ukrainian team [Yuriy Yegoshyn, Volodymyr Nikolaychuk, Oleg Lisogor, Andriy Serdinov] celebrates on podium after winning the 4x100m medley relay at the European Swimming Championships in Madrid (Reuters) 05/16/2004
  • Swimming: Popov takes fifth title (Eurosport) 05/16/2004
  • Swimming: Sprint tsar Popov claims Euro gold (AFP/Yahoo) 05/16/2004
  • European Swimming Championships day seven results (Swim News) 05/16/2004
  • Popov Wins Euro Swim Championships (AP/Yahoo) 05/16/2004
  • Ukraine with Most Golds, Four Championship Records for the Week (Swim News) 05/16/2004
  • European Swimming Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/16/2004
  • Swimming: Yana on target for treble (Eurosport) 05/16/2004
  • Photo: Maryna Prokofyeva of Ukraine is congratulated by Karina Bryant of Great Britain after the women +78kg final of the European Judo Championships in Bucharest. Prokofyeva won the title (Reuters) 05/16/2004
  • Photo: Maryna Prokofyeva of Ukraine fights with Karina Bryant of Great Britain during the women +78kg final of the European Judo Championships in Bucharest (Reuters) 05/16/2004
  • Judo: Bryant claims silver medal (BBC Sport) 05/16/2004
  • Photo: Elena Antonova of Ukraine competes to win the gold medal in the Women's Discus Throw at the IAAF Rio Grand Prix (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/16/2004
  • Athletics: Gregrio leaps to 17.22 at Rio Grand Prix II (IAAF) 05/16/2004
  • IAAF-Rio Grand Prix Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/16/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/16/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage eight results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/16/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/16/2004
  • World Cup Track Cycling Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/16/2004
  • World 470 Sailing Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/16/2004
  • Vienna Marathon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/16/2004
  • A widowed composer pours out his sorrow (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 05/16/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian singer Ruslana shows the Eurovision Song Contest trophy after she arrives at Borispil airport in the Ukrainian capital Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/16/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian singer Ruslana arrives at Borispil airport in the Ukrainian capital Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/16/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian singer Ruslana arrives at Borispil airport in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/16/2004
  • Turks deliver Eurovision delight (BBC News) 05/16/2004
  • Eurovision votes 'farce' attack (BBC News) 05/16/2004
  • Royal Ballet celebrates Diaghilev [Putrov] (The Times) 05/16/2004
  • Iraq: will Ukraine pull out? [From 5/12/04] (Jane's) 05/16/2004
  • Freight train, bus collide in Ukraine, 15 killed (Reuters/AlertNet) 05/16/2004
  • Explosive objects removed from villages near Ukrainian arsenal (Interfax) 05/16/2004
  • Freight train hits bus in Ukraine , several killed (Reuters/AlertNet) 05/16/2004
  • Wild Dancers Win the Eurovision [Ruslana] (Deutsche Welle) 05/16/2004
  • Never mind Chernobyl, here's Ruslana (Sydney Morning Herald) 05/16/2004
  • Swimming: Ukraine mines more gold (AFP/Fox Sports) 05/16/2004

  • Ukraine wins first Eurovision crown with Wild Dance (AFP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's entry for the 2004 Eurovision song contest Ruslana Luzychko and her vocalists hold the trophy (AP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Ruslana holds her trophy shortly after winning the 49th Eurovision Song Contest (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's entry for the 2004 Eurovision song contest, Ruslana Luzychko, waves her national flag (AP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Ruslana gestures in joy as she arrives for a news conference shortly after she won the 49th Eurovision song contest (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's entry Ruslana celebrates her win as she lifts the cup of the Eurovision Song Contest (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's entry Ruslana celebrates her win in the final of the 49th Eurovision Song Contest (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's entry Ruslana celebrates her win in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Ruslana waves her country's flag after winning the 49th Eurovision Song Contest (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's entry Ruslana hugs last years winner Turkish singer Sertab Erener as she celebrates (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's entry for the 2004 Eurovision song contest, Ruslana Luzychko, greets the audience at the Abdi Ipekci Arena in Istanbul (AP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's entry for the 2004 Eurovision song contest, Ruslana Luzychko (AP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian singer Ruslana performs at the Eurovision Song Contest (AFP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: 49th Eurovision Song Contest winner Ukraine's Ruslana performs her song entitled 'Wild Dance' (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: 49th Eurovision Song Contest winner Ukraine's Ruslana performs her song entitled 'Wild Dance' (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Ruslana performs with dancers as she sings her song entitled 'Wild Dance' during the final of the 49th Eurovision Song Contest in Abdi Ipekci Arena in Istanbul (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's entry for the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest, Ruslana Luzychko (AP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ruslana of Ukraine performs during the semi-finals of the EurovisioNSong Contest (AFP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian singer Ruslana in Istanbul (AFP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Ukraine celebrates Eurovision win (BBC News) 05/15/2004
  • Ukraine's wild dance wins Eurovision (AP/CNN) 05/15/2004
  • Ukraine wins Eurovision Song Contest (Reuters) 05/15/2004
  • Ukraine, in first, wins Eurovision song contest (AFP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ksenia Kustova, Miss Russia; Jessica Rodriguez, Miss Panama; Oleksandra Nikolayenko, Miss Ukraine, and Ann-Marie Browne, Miss Antigua & Barbuda pose for photographers (AP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • . ? (BBC Ukrainian) 05/15/2004
  • : (BBC Ukrainian) 05/15/2004
  • (BBC Ukrainian) 05/15/2004
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  • Photo: Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Danny Markov battles Tampa Bay Lightning winger Ruslan Fedotenko for the puck (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Andriy Serdinov celebrates after winning the 100m butterfly final at the European Swimming Championships near Madrid (Reuters) 05/15/2004
  • Swimming: Popov scrapes through (Eurosport) 05/15/2004
  • Swimming: Popov qualifies for 50m final as Olympic build-up continues (AFP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Two Championship Records Bettered as Conditions Approach Ideal (Swim News) 05/15/2004
  • European Swimming Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/15/2004
  • European Swimming Championships day six results (Swim News) 05/15/2004
  • Foster keeping Olympic ambition alive (Super Swimmer) 05/15/2004
  • Popov enters European fray with victory (Super Swimmer) 05/15/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/15/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage seven results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/15/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/15/2004
  • Basketball: Azovmash in Control in Ukraine (FIBA Europe) 05/15/2004
  • Curtain raises for Eurovision drama in Istanbul (AFP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Britons cross fingers for Eurovision (Reuters) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Legendary jazz star George Benson performs on the guitar during a concert in Ukraine's capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Legendary jazz star George Benson performs during a concert in Ukraine's capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Photo: Ksenia Kustova, Miss Russia; Jessica Rodriguez, Miss Panama; Oleksandra Nikolayenko, Miss Ukraine, pose for photographers (AP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004
  • Cycling: Dajka makes it three from three (AAP/Fox Sports) 05/15/2004
  • Ukraine has been and remains European state - Kuchma's message on Europe Day (Interfax) 05/15/2004
  • Fradkov: Government won't intervene in Russian companies access to Kryvorizhstal privatization (Interfax) 05/15/2004
  • Brzezinski: Ukrainian presidential election could be fair unless winner is known beforehand (Interfax) 05/15/2004
  • Kriuchkov: 40,000 men will be sent to reserves from Army this year (Interfax) 05/15/2004
  • Membership of Ukraine, Russia in EU is needed for Europe's safety, Brzezinski says (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/15/2004
  • Greece Struggles to Clear Hurdles in Sprint to Games [It all began when a visiting Ukrainian coach was bitten by a mutt. And then someone started poisoning the dogs...] (LA Times) 05/15/2004
  • Kid Cunego flies like an eagle to Maglia Rosa [Yaroslav Popovych] (Cycling News) 05/15/2004
  • Call staffers win seven awards [Michael Holtzman won a second-place prize for best religious story for his Sept. 21 report headlined 'Life in a forgotten land,' a look at the work done by a local church group at orphanages in Ukraine...] (Woonsocket Call) 05/15/2004
  • Sneers, cheers as Eurovision final looms ['I need the victory personally and my country needs it,' said the Ukrainian star Ruslana...] (ABC-Australia) 05/15/2004
  • Curtain raises for Eurovision drama in Istanbul (AFP/Yahoo) 05/15/2004

  • Colin Powell Interview on Ukraine's INTER TV with Dmytro Maruchok (USDOS) 05/14/2004
  • Hryschenko asking US National Security Adviser to help return home Ukrainian seamen imprisoned in Iraq (Interfax) 05/14/2004
  • More than half of Ukrainians against integration in EU, poll shows (Interfax) 05/14/2004
  • Lytvyn against secret debate by parliament on withdrawing Ukrainian troops from Iraq (Interfax) 05/14/2004
  • Corruption remains a huge CIS problem, including Ukraine, says IBRD (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/14/2004
  • In his youth, Prime Minister of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych was groundlessly called to criminal responsibility twice. (UNIAN) 05/14/2004
  • Yushchenko concerned over onslaught on Ukrainska Pravda (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/14/2004
  • Kuchma sacks deputy foreign minister Chaly (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/14/2004
  • Kuchma, Brzezinski discuss Ukraine's eurointegration prospects (Interfax) 05/14/2004
  • Photo: Military caps and red carnations and a camera lie on the ground in memory of the six Ukrainian soldiers and one journalist killed in Iraq war, during a rally outside presidential administation in Kiev, May 14, 2004. Ukraine's nationalists and right-wing parties held the meeting to demand withdrawal of Ukrainian troops from Iraq amid mounting deaths and violence. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/14/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian shadows : The shadows of policemen are cast on the pavement as they patrol downtown Kiev during the last working day of the 33rd European Regional Conference Interpol. (AFP/Yahoo) 05/14/2004
  • Government won't allow big price fluctuations in grain market in 2004/05 (Interfax) 05/14/2004
  • Ukrainian arm blast was a suicide attempt (Hi Pakistan) 05/14/2004
  • Ukrainian military official linked to depot blasts commits suicide (SpaceDaily) 05/14/2004
  • Ukrainian Hacker Story (Computer Crime Research Center) 05/14/2004
  • RFE/RL programming aired [in Vinnitsya] despite crackdown [Kyiv broadcasts silenced. Vinnitsya, Lviv, Odessa stations fill void.] (CPJ) 05/14/2004
  • (BBC Ukrainian) 05/14/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Oleg Lisogor celebrates after winning the 50m breaststroke final at the European Swimming Championships near Madrid (Reuters) 05/14/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Oleg Lisogor takes a breath as he swims to win the 50m breaststroke final (Reuters) 05/14/2004
  • Photo: Oleg Lisogor (UKR) swims the 50m breaststroke (Swim News) 05/14/2004
  • Swimming: The Flying Dutchman resumes normal service (AFP/Yahoo) 05/14/2004
  • Swimming: Hoogie's revenge (Eurosport) 05/14/2004
  • Swimming: Ukraine Has Most Golds, Russia Most Medals (Swim News) 05/14/2004
  • Diving: Second gold for Zakharov (Super Swimmer) 05/14/2004
  • Eurovision acts prepare for show (BBC News) 05/14/2004
  • Boston Ballet's 'Swan Lake' glistens [Ponomarenko] (Boston Globe) 05/14/2004
  • Swan waddles, then soars [Ponomarenko] (Boston Herald) 05/14/2004
  • European Swimming Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/14/2004
  • European Swimming Championships day five results (Swim News) 05/14/2004
  • Swimming: Rogan too hot (Eurosport) 05/14/2004
  • Cycling: Petacchi wins sixth stage, Simoni in pink (AFP/Yahoo) 05/14/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/14/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage six results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/14/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/14/2004
  • World Cup Track Cycling Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/14/2004
  • Britons cross fingers for Eurovision redemption (Reuters) 05/14/2004
  • [Video - high bandwidth] Ukraine: spread of HIV being driven by injecting drug use (UNICEF) 05/14/2004
  • [Video - low bandwidth] Ukraine: spread of HIV being driven by injecting drug use (UNICEF) 05/14/2004
  • HIV/AIDS menaces progress in Ukraine. Iodine Deficiency also undermining young peoples health [From 5/11/04] (UNICEF) 05/14/2004
  • Ukraine fights rising HIV/AIDS infection rate [From 5/7/04] (UNICEF) 05/14/2004
  • Swimming: Ukraine lead the way (Daily Telegraph) 05/14/2004
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  • Two little miracles - When the Gravitt twins are older, their parents, Ron and Debbie, plan to take them to the Ukraine... [Adoption] (Cleburne Times-Review) 05/13/2004
  • Kuchma, Brzezinski discuss Ukraine's European outlook (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/13/2004
  • Photo: Miss Universe candidates [Oleksandra Nikolayenko, Miss Ukraine] (Seattlepi) 05/13/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates his first period goal with teammates Pavel Kubina and Fredrik Modin (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/13/2004
  • Photo: Philadelphia Flyers' Michal Handzus of the Czech Republic loses the puck as he is checked to the ice by Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko of Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 05/13/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Denys Sylantyev smiles after winning the 200m butterfly final at the European Swimming Championships in Madrid (Reuters) 05/13/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Denys Sylantyev takes a breath during the 200m butterfly final at the European Swimming Championships (Reuters) 05/13/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian swimmer Yana Klochkova poses on podium with Belarus' Hanna Scherba after their 200m individual medley final (Reuters) 05/13/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Yana Klochkova takes a breath during her 200m individual medley final at the European Swimming Championships in Madrid. Klochkova won the gold medal (Reuters) 05/13/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Yana Klochkova powers to her second gold medal in the women's 200m individual medley at the European Swimming Championships in Madrid (AFP/Yahoo) 05/13/2004
  • Swimming: Klochkova double delight (Eurosport) 05/13/2004
  • Double delight for Klochkova (AFP/Yahoo) 05/13/2004
  • Swimming: Ukraine Adds Two More Golds and Leads in Medals (Swim News) 05/13/2004
  • Diving: Pakhalina retains European title (Super Swimmer) 05/13/2004
  • European Swimming Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/13/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/13/2004
  • European Swimming Championships day four results (Swim News) 05/13/2004
  • Cycling: McEwen wins stage five (Eurosport) 05/13/2004
  • Bamberg, a city in search of a conductor (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung) 05/13/2004
  • A wafting scent of Diaghilev [Putrov] (Daily Telegraph) 05/13/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/13/2004
  • Cycling: McEwen claims fifth stage (CNN) 05/13/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage five results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/13/2004
  • Statement by Ihor Gawdiak, President UACC; Hearing of the House International Relations Committee, Subcommittee on Europe on 'Ukraines Future and U.S. Interests' (US House of Representatives) 05/13/2004
  • Statement by Michael Sawkiw, Jr., President UCCA; Hearing of the House International Relations Committee, Subcommittee on Europe on 'Ukraines Future and U.S. Interests' (US House of Representatives) 05/13/2004
  • Testimony by Nadia M. Diuk, Ph. D., Director, Central Europe and Eurasia, National Endowment for Democracy; Hearing of the House International Relations Committee, Subcommittee on Europe on 'Ukraines Future and U.S. Interests' (US House of Representatives) 05/13/2004
  • Testimony by Anders Aslund, Director, Russian And Eurasian Program Carnegie Endowment For International Peace; Hearing of the House International Relations Committee, Subcommittee on Europe on 'Ukraines Future and U.S. Interests' (US House of Representatives) 05/13/2004
  • Testimony by Steven Pifer, Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs; Hearing of the House International Relations Committee, Subcommittee on Europe on 'Ukraines Future and U.S. Interests' (US House of Representatives) 05/13/2004
  • Statement of Honorable Doug Bereuter, Chairman Europe Subcommittee; Hearing of the House International Relations Committee, Subcommittee on Europe on 'Ukraines Future and U.S. Interests' (US House of Representatives) 05/13/2004
  • [Pagedown] Ukrainian parliament stalls over Iraq-pullout dispute; Ukrainian lawmaker sees Medvedchuk's hand behind contentious mayoral election (Mukacheve) (RFE/RL) 05/13/2004
  • U.S. Said to Embrace Alleged Nazi Allies [Mykola Lebed, a Ukrainian accused of aiding German storm troopers...] (AP/Charlotte Observer) 05/13/2004
  • Ukrainian Giant Battles Poverty, Loneliness [Leonid Stadnyk] (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/13/2004
  • Ukraine: A miracle in waiting? [From 8/6/03] (OECD Observer) 05/13/2004
  • Two Smoking Soldiers Ignited Ammo Disaster (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/13/2004
  • Ethnic sounds unite Eurovision [Ruslana sings Ukraine into the final] (ABC-Australia) 05/13/2004

  • Obit: (BRAMA) 05/12/2004
  • Letter: UWC concerned that S. Con. Res.106 on Ukraine elections is unfair (BRAMA) 05/12/2004
  • I-ii I i (VOA) 05/12/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Yana Klochkova competes during the women's 200m individual medley qualifications at the European Swimming Championships in Madrid (AFP/Yahoo) 05/12/2004
  • Klochkova eyes second European title (Super Swimmer) 05/12/2004
  • ` i - i ? (VOA) 05/12/2004
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  • Liberia: UNMIL's Crackdown on Trafficking Puts Women at Risk [...increasing reports of Ukrainian and Moroccan women being trafficked into Monrovia to serve as prostitutes in popular bars that double as brothels] (Reuters/AlertNet) 05/12/2004
  • Photo: Downtown Kiev : Policemen patrol downtown Kiev as the European Interpol conference opens in the Ukrainian capital. (AFP/Yahoo) 05/12/2004
  • Photo: From left to right: Oleksandra Nikolayenko, Miss Ukraine; Maricar Balagtas, Miss Philippines; Catherine Daza, Miss Colombia; and Stacey Ann Kelly, Miss Cayman Islands greet reporters at a hotel in Quito, Ecuador, Wednesday, May 12, 2004. The contestants will be participating in the Miss Universe (news - web sites) beauty pageant on June 1 in Quito, Ecuador. (AP/Yahoo) 05/12/2004
  • US Helsinki Commission Leaders Urge Fair Election Process in Ukraine. Resolutions Introduced on Critical Test for Democracy (CSCE) 05/12/2004
  • [TEXT] House Resolution 415 urging the government of Ukraine to ensure a democratic, transparent, and fair election process for the presidential election on October 31, 2004 (CSCE) 05/12/2004
  • [TEXT] Senate Concurrent Resolution 106 urging the government of Ukraine to ensure a democratic, transparent, and fair election process for the presidential election on October 31, 2004 (CSCE) 05/12/2004
  • Cabinet to set up vertically integrated oil company (Interfax) 05/12/2004
  • How Can We Forbid Ukraine to Pursue Choice We Made Ourselves? Ambassador of French Republic Philippe de Suremain is optimistic that the results of the EU enlargement will be favorable for Ukraine. () 05/12/2004
  • Ukraine, Russia, Moldova have no chance of joining EU, says official [EU Commissioner for Enlargement Gunter Verheugen] (Interfax) 05/12/2004
  • (BBC Ukrainian) 05/12/2004
  • EBRD may credit Energoatom with $50m for Kh2/R4 safety project (Interfax) 05/12/2004
  • Deployment of son's unit extended in Iraq [Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 05/12/2004
  • Ivano-Frankivsk Meeting Discusses Preservation of Ancient Churches (RISU) 05/12/2004
  • VR urges Kuchma to sack Transcarpathia governor and region's police chief (Interfax) 05/12/2004
  • GUUAM [Georgia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan and Moldova] summit to take place in Batumi in June - Saakashvili (Interfax) 05/12/2004
  • The Left just can't get it together for Russian-speakers (Ha'aretz) 05/12/2004
  • The Tory who's the toast of Transylvania [Villagers, who speak Ukrainian rather than Romanian as their first language...] (Independent) 05/12/2004
  • Parrot traffickers get their wings clipped [Ukrainian national Valeriy Verkhoshansky, 42, fined R18 000 and suspended sentence of two years in jail] (IOL) 05/12/2004
  • Ukraine hopes for sell-off boost [One of the biggest privatisation deals in Ukrainian history is creaking into action, with a Russian-led team tipped to snap up steel maker Kryvorizhstal] (BBC) 05/12/2004
  • Yerevan invites Kyiv to Iran-Armenia pipeline tender (Interfax) 05/12/2004
  • Klitschkos tour Europe (SecondsOut) 05/12/2004
  • Sailing: 470 World Championship - Yngling World Championship - Finn European Championship [Currently leading the mens fleet are the 1996 Olympic gold medallists Yevgen Braslavets and Igor Matvienko of Ukraine] (Sports Features) 05/12/2004
  • Photo: Ruslana of Ukraine rehearses for the semi-finals of the 49th Eurovision Song Contest, to be held between 12-15 May in Istanbul Abdi Ipekci Sport Salon. Turkey hosts the pan-continental Eurovision song contest opening Wednesday, keen to boost its image in the eyes of a European public often sceptical over the Muslim nation's bid to join the EU. (AFP/Yahoo) 05/12/2004
  • Shake Your ... Gogol Bordello, Peaches, and Neung Phak show us their good stuff. (Citypages) 05/12/2004
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  • Photo: A photographer takes a picture with General Jaroslav Skalko from Ukraine in front of the transport plane Antonov AN 124 at the International Aerospace Exhibition in Berlin (AP/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • Photo: German Defense Minister Peter Struck smiles as he receives a Antonov AN-124 mockup at the Berlin Air Show (AP/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • [Pagedown] Yushchenko speaks hazily on future policies; Two sailors continue to languish in Iraqi prison; (RFE/RL) 05/11/2004
  • - i i - i . (VOA) 05/11/2004
  • i I ii i i (VOA) 05/11/2004
  • i i i i (VOA) 05/11/2004
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  • Convention on Cybercrime wins support in Ukraine (Computer Crime Research Center) 05/11/2004
  • Ewan is a miner star in Ukraine [Film idol Ewan McGregor declared honorary coal miner] (Glasgow Daily Record) 05/11/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) shakes hands with Uzbek Foreign Minister Sadyk Safaev during their meeting at presidential office in Kiev, May 11, 2004. Safaev arrived in Ukraine on Monday on a two-day official visit for talks on development of bilateral relations. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • Iran, Ukraine Sign Judicial Agreements (Tehran Times) 05/11/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian gold medalist Oleg Lisogor celebrates after the men's 100m breastroke at the European Swimming Championships in Madrid (AFP/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • Swimming: Lisogor strikes gold but Olympic dream over for Maracineanu (AFP/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • Swimming: Two More Golds for Ukraine [Sergiy Breus, Andriy Serdinov] (Swim News) 05/11/2004
  • Treating tuberculosis in Ukraine (WHO) 05/11/2004
  • Swimming: VdH beaten (Eurosport) 05/11/2004
  • European Swimming Championship day two results (Swim News) 05/11/2004
  • European Swimming Championships Results [Dmytro Lysenko, Yuriy Shlyakhov, Sergiy Breus, Andriy Serdinov, Oleg Lisogor, Valeriy Dymo, Iryna Amshennikova] (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/11/2004
  • Simoni Leads Cycling's Giro d'Italia (AP/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/11/2004
  • Landmark neighbourhood strategy to be approved (EU Observer) 05/11/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage three results [Yaroslav Popovych 5, Serhiy Honchar 11, Kyryko Pospyeyev 35, Denys Kostuk 52, Sergey Avdyeyev 59, Volodimyr Gustov 77, Volodymyr Bileka 78, Volodimyr Duma 87, Maxim Rudenko 136] (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/11/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings [Yaroslav Popovych 3, Serhiy Honchar 8, Kyryko Pospyeyev 27, Denys Kostuk 53, Volodymyr Bileka 69, Volodimyr Gustov 71, Volodimyr Duma 77, Sergey Avdyeyev 78, Maxim Rudenko 145] (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/11/2004
  • Tennis: Telecom Italia Masters Results [Yuliana Fedak] (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/11/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Olena Stadnyk shows giant footwear of her son Leonid at their house inn the Podolyantsi village in Ukraine's Zhytomyr region, about 200 km (124 miles) from the capital Kiev, on April 21, 2004. At a height of 2.53 metres (8 feet 4 inches), the 33-year old Stadnyk may be the world's tallest living man and he keeps on growing. Picture taken April 21, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • Photo: Leonid Stadnyk touches a ceiling-lamp as he sits on a chair at his house in the Podolyantsi village in Ukraine's Zhytomyr region, about 200 km (124 miles) from the capital Kiev, on April 21, 2004. At a height of 2.53 metres (8 feet 4 inches), the 33-year old Stadnyk may be the world's tallest living man and he keeps on growing. Picture taken April 21, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Olena Stadnyk (L) measures the hand of her son Leonid in the yard of their house, in the Podolyantsi village in Ukraine's Zhytomyr region, about 200 km (124 miles) from the capital Kiev, on April 21, 2004. At a height of 2.53 metres (8 feet 4 inches), the 33-year old Stadnyk may be the world's tallest living man and he keeps on growing. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Leonid Stadnyk (2nd L) talks to villagers near his house in the Podolyantsi village in Ukraine's Zhytomyr region, about 200 km (124 miles) from the capital Kiev, on April 21, 2004. At a height of 2.53 metres (8 feet 4 inches), the 33-year old Stadnyk may be the world's tallest living man and he keeps on growing. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Leonid Stadnyk drinks water from a 3-liter jar in the yard of his house in the Podolyantsi village in Ukraine's Zhytomyr region, about 200 km (124 miles) from the capital Kiev, on April 21, 2004. At a height of 2.53 metres (8 feet 4 inches), the 33-year old Stadnyk may be the world's tallest living man and he keeps on growing. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Leonid Stadnyk (L) talks to her mother Olena in the yard of their house in the Podolyantsi village in Ukraine's Zhytomyr region, about 200 km (124 miles) from the capital Kiev, on April 21, 2004. At a height of 2.53 metres (8 feet 4 inches), the 33-year old Stadnyk may be the world's tallest living man and he keeps on growing. Picture taken April 21, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Olena Stadnyk (L) measures the height of her son Leonid in the yard of their house in the Podolyantsi village in Ukraine's Zhytomyr region, about 200 km (124 miles) from the capital Kiev, on April 21, 2004. At a height of 2.53 metres (8 feet 4 inches), the 33-year old Stadnyk may be the world's tallest living man and he keeps on growing. Picture taken April 21, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Oleg Lisogor celebrates winning the 100 metre breaststroke final at at the European Swimming Championships in Madrid (Reuters) 05/11/2004
  • Testimony of Daniel L. Glaser Director, Executive Office For Terrorist Financing and Financial Crime [...designated the jurisdictions of Nauru and Ukraine...] (US Treasury) 05/11/2004
  • Vinok takes show on the road in a big way (Edmonton Journal) 05/11/2004
  • Ukraine - EU-Funded Counter Trafficking Programme Launched (IOM) 05/11/2004
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  • Cannon-Fodder Trade or Humanitarian Mission? The death of two more Ukrainian peacekeepers April 28 in Iraq once again is once again calling in question the expediency of Ukrainian soldiers stay in hot spots of the planet. () 05/11/2004
  • Poland enters dispute with EU over its policy towards Belarus and Ukraine (Warsaw Business Journal) 05/11/2004
  • [Ukrainian Defense Minister Yevhen] Marchuk says fire at army depot in Zaporizhia region may have been arson (Interfax) 05/11/2004
  • Fire at Ordnance Depots in Zaporizhzhya Oblast Broke Out Due to Smoking of Soldiers (UNIAN) 05/11/2004
  • Lack of discipline behind blasts at Ukrainian ammo depot (Interfax) 05/11/2004
  • Emergency Situations Ministry says smoking caused explosions in Zaporizhia region [...fire and explosions were caused by the 'lack of proper discipline.'] (Interfax) 05/11/2004
  • Crimean TV uses Ukrainian money to cut Ukrainian language (UANewswire) 05/11/2004
  • Smoking soldiers ignited Ukraine ammo disaster (Reuters/AlertNet) 05/11/2004
  • Op-Ed: 'We'll All Be Dead.' Bush bases his view of history on the Teachings of a Drug crazed resentful Christian Wannabe whose writings, having nothing to do with Jesus' Original ideas... (OpEd News) 05/11/2004
  • Karpachova Asking MPs to Withdraw Ukrainian Military Contingent from Iraq (UNIAN) 05/11/2004
  • Lakers' Peacekeepers Caught in Crossfire [Part 2] (LA Times) 05/11/2004
  • Zbigniew Brzezinski to Visit Ukraine May 13-16 () 05/11/2004
  • [Vitaly] Klitschko still fancies Lewis (Guardian) 05/11/2004
  • Ombudsman urges parliament to withdraw Ukrainian's troops from Iraq (Interfax) 05/11/2004
  • Russian Killed, Two Taken Hostage in Iraq [Russia strongly opposed the U.S.-led war and has no military presence in Iraq. But Russian media reports have estimated Russian contracts in Iraq at up to $1 billion. (Ukraine contracts - $0)] (AP/Yahoo) 05/11/2004
  • Attacks on foreigners upped in Iraq (Al-Jazeera) 05/11/2004
  • Lysychansk Soda employee kills deputy chairman of enterprise's board (Interfax) 05/11/2004
  • Ukraine ups coal production 6.3% in April (Interfax) 05/11/2004
  • Czestochowa district court confirms IUD's exclusive right to buy Huta Czestochowa S.A. (Interfax) 05/11/2004
  • Ukraine's, Estonia's foreign ministers sign agreement on mutual protection of secret information (Interfax) 05/11/2004
  • Pope Says Ukraine Bridge Between Peoples and Cultures (RISU) 05/11/2004
  • Orthodox (UOC-Kyiv Patriarchate) Patriarch Visits Odesa Despite Moscow Patriarchate Opposition (RISU) 05/11/2004
  • 2,000 Orthodox (UOC-Moscow Patriarchate) Violently Protest Patriarch Filarets (UOC-Kyiv Patriarchate) Visit to Odesa (RISU) 05/11/2004
  • I try not to stand out, says tallest man [Leonid Stadnyk] (South Africa Daily News) 05/11/2004
  • Fashion's 'rhino' struts out his fine line [Marc Ecko - company is the sole funding source for a Ukrainian orphanage] (AP/Seattle Times) 05/11/2004
  • Looking into league of nations [During a scouting trip to Kiev, Ukraine...He was charged $50 for a ride from the hotel to a gym...] (Denver Post) 05/11/2004
  • Cycling: McGee reclaims leaders jersey [He now leads Yaroslav Popovych of Ukraine by 32 seconds.] (Sydney Morning Herald) 05/11/2004

  • Malaysias Lightning Election Belies Months of Preparation for Crucial Vote ... Efforts to open Ukraines energy market to oil entering the Black Sea from the Caspian states would reduce tanker movements through Istanbul. (Washington Report) 05/10/2004
  • Tennis: Telecom Italia Masters Results [Tatiana Perebiynis] (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/10/2004
  • European Swimming Championships Results [Sergiy Fersenko, Yana Klochkova, Olena Zhupina] (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/10/2004
  • Diving: Cagnotto wins in dramatic style [Sergiy Fersenko, Yana Klochkova, Olena Zhupina] (Super Swimmer) 05/10/2004
  • Some Charges Dropped Against Ukraine's Ex-Premier (RFE/RL) 05/10/2004
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  • Photo: Ukrainian Yana Klochkova, Hungarian Eva Risztov and Slovenian Anja Klinar show off their medals on podium after the 400m individual medley final at the European Swimming Championships in Madrid (Reuters) 05/10/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian gold medalist Yana Klochkova swims towards a victory in the women's 400m Individual Medley at the European Swimming Championships in Madrid (AFP/Yahoo) 05/10/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Yana Klochkova and Hungarian Eva Risztov compete during the 400m individual medley final at the European Swimming Championships (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/10/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Yana Klochkova swims on her way to win the 400m individual medley final (Reuters) 05/10/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Yana Klochkova emerges from the water as she swims the breaststroke during her 400m individual medley heat (Reuters) 05/10/2004
  • Swimming: Yana grabs record gold (Eurosport) 05/10/2004
  • Swimming: Klochkova takes medley gold as Rosolino slumps (AFP/Yahoo) 05/10/2004
  • European Swimming Championship day one results (Swim News) 05/10/2004
  • Cunego Wins Stage Cycling's Giro d'Italia (AP/Yahoo) 05/10/2004
  • Cycling: Cunego takes stage, McGee back in pink (AFP/Yahoo) 05/10/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage two results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/10/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/10/2004
  • East European roundup (Reuters) 05/10/2004
  • Iraq: Ukrainian Sailors Continue To Languish In Abu Ghurayb Prison: By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 05/10/2004
  • Migrant's tragedy hits home in Ukraine (BBC) 05/10/2004
  • Helsinki Commission Leaders Urge Fair Election Process in Ukraine; Resolutions Introduced on Critical Test for Democracy (US Newswire) 05/10/2004
  • Ukraine arms dump still exploding (BBC) 05/10/2004
  • Shooting the messenger [Taras Protsyuk, the Ukrainian-born Reuters cameraman...] (The Australian) 05/10/2004
  • Changing times for meat-plant migrants (BBC) 05/10/2004
  • Searching for elusive contraband as EU borders move east [...stockpiles of cigarettes have been stocked in Belarus and Ukraine ready to be smuggled into Poland...] (EUBusiness) 05/10/2004
  • What should we be allowed to do with the music we buy? How punitive laws on copyright and e-snooping might just make activists of us all. (BBC) 05/10/2004
  • Op-ed: Senate candidate Pete Coors should do more than make it seem like he and his opponent, Bob Schaffer, are twins on the issues (Denver Post) 05/10/2004
  • City reviews proposals for $3B plan [Yonkers] (Journal News) 05/10/2004
  • Armed guards block McGregors trip [Hollywood actor and friend motorcycling round the world] (Glasgow Herald) 05/10/2004
  • Court boost for Ukraine ex-PM [Pavlo Lazarenko] (Financial Times) 05/10/2004
  • Boxing: Interview - Roy Jones Jr (Guardian) 05/10/2004
  • Swimming: Olympic champion Klochkova chases gold (Lahore Daily Times) 05/10/2004
  • Like the Wehrmacht, we've descended into barbarity. The treatment of Iraqi prisoners is a consequence of coalition policy (Guardian) 05/10/2004
  • Letter from Baghdad: Will moderate Iraqis embrace democracyor Islamist radicalism? (The New Yorker) 05/10/2004
  • Opinion: Dirty Nukes and Jefferson's Grand Experiment ['Bush Ministry of Disinformation, Fox News division, reports that 'Ukrainian security forces seized nearly 375 pounds of a radioactive material seen as a likely ingredient for a 'dirty bomb'...] (Press Action) 05/10/2004

  • Cycling: Giro dItalia stage one results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/09/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's key opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko covers his face as he stands near a photo of victims of Nazi persecution in a memorial of the Nazi concentration camp of Auschwitz, where his father was imprisoned in 1944, in Poland on Saturday, May 8. 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 05/09/2004
  • Photo: Gen. Mykola Poluden, a Wordl War II veteran, salutes the monument to the WWII victims in Ukraine's capital Kiev on Sunday, May 9, 2004, as Ukraine marks the 59th anniversary of the allied victory over Nazi Germany. (AP/Yahoo) 05/09/2004
  • ³ ³ (BBC Ukrainian) 05/09/2004
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  • Athletics: Baldini in surprising form in Naples (IAAF) 05/09/2004
  • Athletics: Mottram and Adere reign in Balmoral (IAAF) 05/09/2004
  • Inter close on Champions League qualifying round (Reuters) 05/09/2004
  • European Swimming Championship Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/09/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/09/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia overall standings (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/09/2004
  • Injecting a Little Modern Verve Into the Varnishkes [Kiev Cafe at Second Avenue and Seventh Street in New York] (NY Times) 05/09/2004
  • Europes Groucho problem [By Yuliya Tymoshenko] (Pakistan Daily Times) 05/09/2004
  • Chechen President Killed in Explosion (AP/Yahoo) 05/09/2004
  • Roger Simon: Demjanjuk can't be forgiven (New Hampshire Union Leader) 05/09/2004
  • Piano Versus Piano (NY Times) 05/09/2004
  • More than 5,000 blasts an hour shake Ukraine (Independent) 05/09/2004

  • Diving: Ukraine claim LEN 10m synchro title [Roman Volod'Kov, Anton Zakharov, Darya Shemiakina, Kristina Ishchenko, Olena Fedorova] (Super Swimmer) 05/08/2004
  • European Swimming Championships Results [Roman Volod'Kov, Anton Zakharov, Darya Shemiakina, Kristina Ishchenko, Olena Fedorova] (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/08/2004
  • With a Great Divide, Laker Season Hasn't Really Come Together (LA Times) 05/08/2004
  • Photo: Philadelphia Flyers Michal Handzuz takes down Tampa Bay Lightings Ruslan Fedotenko (AP/Yahoo) 05/08/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Victor Skripnik, German Fabian Ernst, Paraguayan Nelson Valdez, German coach Thomas Schaaf, Brazilian Ailton, Frenchman Johan Micoud and Swiss Ludovuc Magnin of Germany's new soccer champion Werder Bremen celebrate at the airport in Bremen (AP/Yahoo) 05/08/2004
  • Photo: D.C. United's Dema Kovalenko celebrates after scoring against Columbus Crew (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/08/2004
  • McGee in the pink as he takes Tour of Italy prologue (AFP/Yahoo) 05/08/2004
  • Gainesville group hopes to improve the lives of 300 orphans in the Ukraine, some 6,000 miles away (Gainesville Sun) 05/08/2004
  • (BBC Ukrainian) 05/08/2004
  • McGee Wins Giro d'Italia Prologue (AP/Yahoo) 05/08/2004
  • Giro d'Italia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/08/2004
  • Cycling: Giro dItalia prologue results (Gazzetta dello Sport) 05/08/2004
  • Photo: Local residents cry as they leave their village, Terpenye, because of ammunition explosions at a military depot near Melitopol, Ukraine some 600 km (370 miles) southeast of Kiev, Friday, May 7, 2004. Thousands of Ukrainians waited Saturday for permission to return to their homes after three days of thundering ammunition explosions at a military depot showered a patch of southeastern Ukraine with shells and shrapnel. (AP/Yahoo) 05/08/2004
  • Former POW volunteering in Ukraine. Local man is dedicated to agricultural education [Ohio] (Fremont News Messenger) 05/08/2004
  • Photo: Pavel Lazarenko, left, was accused of laundering money through U.S. banks while he was prime minister of Ukraine (AP/SF Chronicle) 05/08/2004
  • Judge narrows Ukraine case: 24 charges against former prime minister dropped in money-laundering trial in S.F. (SF Chronicle) 05/08/2004
  • The Eurasian Corporate Governance Roundtable to take place in Kiev on 17-18 May (OCDE) 05/08/2004
  • Poland will help Ukraine to overcome temporary negative results of EU enlargement - Yanukovych, Belka (Interfax) 05/08/2004
  • 31 Senators cosponsor Sen. Campbell's S.Res.202 on the genocidal Ukraine Famine UPDATE (BRAMA) 05/08/2004
  • 6000 flee military base blasts (AFP/News Interactive) 05/08/2004
  • Cycling: Simoni pursues third Giro as thoughts turn to Pantani [Sergei Honchar] (Guardian) 05/08/2004
  • Five Sister City Partnerships Awarded Sustainable Development Grants for Exchanges Focused on Transparency & Openness (PRNewswire) 05/08/2004
  • Mission to report behind the lines [Ukrainian cameraman Taras Protsyuk, Iraq] (Weekend Australian) 05/08/2004
  • Wake up and go to sleep (The Age) 05/08/2004

  • Old Team Blocking Fedotenko's Path (Tampa Tribune) 05/07/2004
  • Fine adds to Zirka misery (UEFA) 05/07/2004
  • - --ѳ: 5 (BBC Ukrainian) 05/07/2004
  • Hockey Worlds Could Be All N. Americans (AP/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Six charged over October 2003 arms depot explosions in Ukraine (BBC/Troy Record) 05/07/2004
  • Ukraine Arms Dump Blasts Hurl Shrapnel, Five Dead (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Kerry presidential campaign meets with Central and Eastern European community groups FOTO/S (BRAMA) 05/07/2004
  • Moldova to insist on Russian troops' withdrawal from Transdnestria (Interfax) 05/07/2004
  • Judge Tosses Half of Case Vs. Lazarenko (AP/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • U.S. Court Dismisses Most Charges Against Lazarenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko is shown in this April 1998 file photo in Kiev, Ukraine. A federal judge on Friday, May 7, 2004, dismissed the most substantial charges against Lazarenko, charged with money laundering, wire fraud and extortion. (AP/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Photo: An unidentified man, evacuated from the village of Spasskoe, rests as an elderly woman looks on at a school in the village of Terpenie, near the city of Melitopol, some 600 kilometers (370 miles) southeast of the capital Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, May 7, 2004. About 7,000 people were evacuated from 12 villages following explosions that rocked a military ammunition depot near Melitopol Thursday (AP/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Opposition candidate's car torched in Ukraine [Viktor Baloha, Mukachevo] (Baku Sun) 05/07/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian women, evacuated from the village of Spasskoe, are seen at a school in the village of Terpenie, near the city of Melitopol, some 600 kilometers (370 miles) southeast of the capital Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, May 7, 2004. About 7,000 people were evacuated from 12 villages following explosions that rocked a military ammunition depot near Melitopol Thursday. (AP/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Photo: Smoke floats above Melitopol, a small town in southeastern Ukraine. At least five people died and nine were injured when a fire at a Ukrainian military base set off a series of huge explosions that underscored the woeful state of the country's armed forces. (AFP/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Photo: Lidiya Katjushova, 86, cries as she is evacuated from Novobogdanovka village to Melitopol, a small town in southeastern Ukraine. (AFP/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Pro-Russian Picketers Disrupt Orthodox (UOC-Kyiv Patriarchate) Church Consecration in Odesa (RISU) 05/07/2004
  • US welcomes Ukraine's possible participation in G-8 initiative against arms proliferation (Interfax) 05/07/2004
  • Photo: A mother embraces her crying son after they were evacuated from a military base not far from Novobogdanovka village, to Melitopol city in southeastern Ukraine. (AFP/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Photo: Ammunition explosion rips through a military depot in southeastern Ukraine Thursday, May 6, 2004 in this image taken from television, sending flames leaping dozens of meters (yards) into the air and showering surrounding villages with shells and shrapnel. About 2,000 firefighters and other emergency workers using 230 vehicles gathered at the scene, but were unable to extinguish the fires that broke out Thursday afternoon at the sprawling arsenal near the city of Melitopol, some 600 kilometers (370 miles) southeast of the capital Kiev. (AP/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Photo: A woman embraces her son after they were evacuated to the town of Melitopol from a military village, near burning warehouses in Ukraine's Zaporizhya region, May 7, 2004. Explosions at an arms dump in southern Ukraine showered the region with shrapnel for a second day on Friday and hurled debris as far as 40km away, two thirds of the way towards a nuclear power station. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Photo: Residents from the Ukrainian village of Spasskoe kiss each other after their evacuation to Teprenie, near the city of Melitopol, some 600 kilometers (370 miles) southeast of the capital Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, May 7, 2004. About 7,000 people were evacuated from 12 villages following explosions that rocked a military ammunition depot near Melitopol Thursday. (AP/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Prosecutors Office Brought Criminal Action Against Defense Ministry Officials [for military depot fire] (UNIAN) 05/07/2004
  • Catastrophe in Zaporizhzhya Oblast Proved that Armys Acute Problems Realized Only in Case of Accidents Marchuk [Ukrainian defense minister apologizes for arsenal fire] (UNIAN) 05/07/2004
  • Heavy rain slows fires at Zaporizhia region ammunition depot (Interfax) 05/07/2004
  • Ammo dump fire will be controlled soon - Ukrainian PM (Interfax) 05/07/2004
  • Ukranian ammo depot fire out of control [Ukrainian news agency UNIAN said Marchuk had asked U.S. Ambassador John Herbst to consider assistance from the U.S. government in putting out the fire.] (Wash Times) 05/07/2004
  • Pope Urges Equal Treatment of Churches in Ukraine (Zenit) 05/07/2004
  • Radio Liberty to be rebroadcast by Vinnytsia radio station (Interfax) 05/07/2004
  • 'Broadcasting to Hotspots: RFE/RL Today' [Thomas A. Dine President, RFE/RL, at Woodrow Wilson Center] (RFE/RL) 05/07/2004
  • Pakistan may face trade sanctions following USTR move [USTR has withdrawn Ukrainian benefits under the GSP programme in August 2001 and imposed sanctions worth $75 million on Ukrainian imports from January 23, 2003] (Pakistan Daily Times) 05/07/2004
  • Boxing: Erdei, Veit, Drews fighting for recognition and respect in Dortmund! [Konstantin Shvets] (Fightnews) 05/07/2004
  • Cycling: Poppo and co. for Giro [Sergiy Adyeyev] (Daily Peloton) 05/07/2004
  • Power alert after Ukraine blast (BBC) 05/07/2004
  • NATO tied to Kosovo sex trade; Amnesty also points finger at U.N. peacekeepers (Toronto Star) 05/07/2004
  • PACE to discuss in June implementation of Ukraine's commitments to CE on events around Mukacheve mayoral race (Interfax) 05/07/2004
  • Five dead in Ukraine arms depot blasts, massive blaze continues (AFP/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Five die in fire, explosions at Ukrainian arms depot (Interfax) 05/07/2004
  • Photo: At least five people died and nine were injured when a fire caused a series of massive explosions at a huge munitions depot in Ukraine. Firemen are pictured here tackling a blaze at another Ukraine military depot earlier this year. (AFP/Yahoo) 05/07/2004
  • Kuchma creates special commission to investigate in explosion of ammunition depot in Zaporizhia region (Interfax) 05/07/2004
  • Ukraine's Premier Viktor Yanukovych says Ukraine has a right to withdraw its peacekeeping contingent from Iraq if Ukrainian enterprises have no access to reconstruction processes in that country and the situation in Iraq is not controlled by the UN. (Interfax) 05/07/2004
  • Eurointegration remains priority of Ukraine's foreign policy - Yanukovych (Interfax) 05/07/2004
  • Ukraine Seizes 375 Pounds of Radioactive Material, AP Reports (AP/Bloomberg) 05/07/2004
  • The Trail Of Iraqis' Arms Deal Goes Cold (Tampa Tribune) 05/07/2004
  • On this day: 1727 Jews are expelled from Ukraine by decree of Catherine I of Russia. (The Age) 05/07/2004

  • Cycling: Giro d'Italia Prepares to Remember Pantani (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/06/2004
  • Boxing: Much-larger Vitali on Jones' hit list (AFP/Yahoo) 05/06/2004
  • i i i (VOA) 05/06/2004
  • : , (BBC Ukrainian) 05/06/2004
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  • Amnesty damns UN, NATO over sexual slavery of women in Kosovo (AFP/Yahoo) 05/06/2004
  • Ukraine Restores Bishop's Residence to Catholic Church (Zenit) 05/06/2004
  • Ukraine Police Seize Radioactive Material (AP/Yahoo) 05/06/2004
  • Internews launches [USAID sponsored] media managers training in Ukraine (International Journalists' Network) 05/06/2004
  • Internews launches [USAID sponsored] media managers training in Ukraine (International Journalists' Network) 05/06/2004
  • Fire sets off explosions at Ukraine arms depot (Reuters/AlertNet) 05/06/2004
  • Requiem Service this Sunday in New York City: Dr. James E. Mace -/- . - (BRAMA) 05/06/2004
  • NGO Says Trafficking Of Women Rampant In Kosovo (RFE/RL) 05/06/2004
  • HatTrick help for Ukraine (UEFA) 05/06/2004
  • Ammunition Depot Burns in Zaporizhzhya Oblast. Evacuation of Inhabitants of Four Villages Continues (UNIAN) 05/06/2004
  • Explosions rock Ukraine arms dump [Local railway station destroyed - Melitopol] (BBC) 05/06/2004
  • Ammunition depot explodes in Zaporizhia region, neighboring settlements evacuated (Interfax) 05/06/2004
  • - (Ͳ) 05/06/2004
  • [Former] Radio Liberty [Radio Svoboda] chief gets job as Yanukovych's spokes[person] (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/06/2004
  • Not Unfamiliar: Images of sexual abuse and humiliation in Abu Ghraib [Donna Hughes: 'I once interviewed a trafficker in Ukraine.'] (National Review) 05/06/2004
  • Kosovo: Trafficked women and girls have human rights (BRAMA) 05/06/2004
  • Kosovo: International peacekeepers fuelling explosion in sexual exploitation, trafficking and human misery (Amnesty International) 05/06/2004
  • Full report: Kosovo (Serbia and Montenegro) 'So does it mean that we have the rights?' Protecting the human rights of women and girls trafficked for forced prostitution in Kosovo (Amnesty International) 05/06/2004
  • Kosovo: Facts and figures on trafficking of women and girls for forced prostitution in Kosovo (Amnesty International) 05/06/2004
  • Trench warfare against viruses ['There are sites, typically operating somewhere in Russia, or Belarus, or Ukraine or China, where you can buy an attack tailored to a target, pay them the money, and then they will attack the site you pick'] (BBC) 05/06/2004
  • Tips for using e-mail without getting 'phished' (Globe and Mail) 05/06/2004
  • Pressure to bring troops home [President Leonid Kuchma has rebuffed demands by Ukraine's opposition parties to bring home the country's 1,650 troops, and publicly has stressed Ukraine's interest in winning contracts in the reconstruction of Iraq.] (Newsday) 05/06/2004
  • How tall can a human grow? [Leonid Stadnyk] (Guardian) 05/06/2004
  • Chernobyl reactor needs new cover (Bellona) 05/06/2004
  • Gang trying to peddle Cesium arrested in Ukraine: report (AFP/Spacewar) 05/06/2004
  • Russia, Ukraine to continue talks on Azov-Kerch problem (Interfax) 05/06/2004
  • Ukraine, Moldova to hold joint peacekeeping exercise (Interfax) 05/06/2004
  • South Florida leader responds to changing times (Florida Baptist Witness) 05/06/2004
  • Artist tries to heal Holocaust wounds (Aspen Times) 05/06/2004
  • New Jersey Guardrails Glamorous for Metal Thieves (NY Times) 05/06/2004
  • Foul play? [Klitschko] (Eurosport) 05/06/2004
  • Klitschko takes action: Wladimir Klitschko's lawyer has asked for a investigation into the fighter's WBO world title defeat last month. (BBC) 05/06/2004
  • Wladimir Klitschko goes on legal offensive (AFP/Yahoo) 05/06/2004
  • History of Women in the Olympic Sailing Competition [Bronze medallist Ruslan Taran and Olena Pakholchyk (UKR) at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games] (ISAF) 05/06/2004
  • i i i (VOA) 05/06/2004
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  • Christopher H. Smith: Resolution encouraging democratic elections in Ukraine (Congressional Record) 05/05/2004
  • (BBC Ukrainian) 05/05/2004
  • Basketball: Colson and Chikalkin Fire Kiev Into Title Series (FIBA Europe) 05/05/2004
  • Shakhtar sack German coach Schuster (Reuters) 05/05/2004
  • Boxing: Wladimir Klitschko Attorney Wants Probe (AP/Yahoo) 05/05/2004
  • Shakhtar sack coach Schuster (UEFA) 05/05/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian synchro swimmer Darya Shemiakina performs at the European Swimming Championships in Madrid (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/05/2004
  • ³ : (BRAMA) 05/05/2004
  • (BRAMA) 05/05/2004
  • Ukraine greets two boxing brothers as national heroes [Klitschko] (AP/National Post) 05/05/2004
  • EU expands: HIV and Drugs Become a Growing Concern (IPS) 05/05/2004
  • Analysis: Victory Day's new meaning in Russia (UPI) 05/05/2004
  • Twelve arrested for laundering phished funds [money laundering] (ZDNet) 05/05/2004
  • Ukraine's Naftohaz to bid for MOL's gas assets (Interfax) 05/05/2004
  • Struggling Shakhtar sack Schuster (Soccerway) 05/05/2004
  • Wealth and Poverty Continue to Coexist in Europe - Diouf (PRNewswire) 05/05/2004
  • Internet Boom in New EU States Underway (PRNewswire) 05/05/2004
  • Boxer calls for investigation of fight [Klitschko] (UPI/Wash Times) 05/05/2004
  • Photo: WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko, right, and his brother Wladimir, an ex-WBO champion, smile as they hold the WBC belt after their news conference in Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday, May 5, 2004. The Klitschko brothers arrived in their homeland following Vitali's recent victory over Corrie Sanders in Los Angeles. (AP/Yahoo) 05/05/2004
  • Paris and Rome agree on financing for Lyon-Turin rail link [Corridor Five project to connect the Portuguese capital Lisbon with Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, which is located more than 3,400 kilometers away] (AFP/Tocqueville Connection) 05/05/2004
  • I i ii (VOA) 05/05/2004
  • : - (BBC Ukrainian) 05/05/2004
  • Ъ: (BBC Ukrainian) 05/05/2004
  • Ukrainian Institute of America to Screen Lukas Moodyson film 'Lilya 4-Ever'. Goal is to increase awareness about trafficking of East European women SPECIAL (BRAMA) 05/05/2004
  • Senate resolution on the Ukrainian Elections introduced today by Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell together with Sen. Chris Dodd and Sen. Joseph Biden (BRAMA) 05/05/2004
  • ( ) 05/05/2004
  • y i , i 3 (VOA) 05/05/2004
  • Our Neighbors - the Ukrainians [Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 05/05/2004
  • Distributors still can't get hands on cheap Ukrainian steel (Warsaw Business Journal) 05/05/2004
  • James Mace' last article for '' ('The Day'): Ukrainizing Ukraine [from 4/27/2004] () 05/05/2004
  • Leading Scholar And Writer, Dr. James E. Mace, Dies In Kyiv, Ukraine (UNIAN) 05/05/2004
  • 3 May 2004, 14th World Press Freedom Day - Press Freedom Under The Palm Trees (UNIAN) 05/05/2004
  • Prodi sees no place for Ukraine in EU - DW (Interfax) 05/05/2004
  • Consequences of EU enlargement - one of focuses during Ukraine-EU Troika meeting in Dublin (Interfax) 05/05/2004
  • U.S. not planning to withdraw sanctions against Ukraine for copyright violations (Interfax) 05/05/2004
  • Kuchma approves socio-economic development strategy for 2004-2015 (Interfax) 05/05/2004
  • Photo: A full moon rises in the night sky during a lunar eclipse above the golden domes of the Orthodox Monastery of Caves in Kiev, Ukraine, on Tuesday, May 4, 2004 (AP/Yahoo) 05/05/2004
  • Austrians' zeal for native son Schwarzenegger fades. Outrage at support for death penalty, remark on Holocaust (SF Chronicle) 05/05/2004
  • ? (BBC Ukrainian) 05/05/2004

  • Basketball: Annenkov Gets Hot as Odessa Win (FIBA Europe) 05/04/2004
  • Tennis: Easy German Open start for Capriati (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/04/2004
  • Photo: Philadelphia Flyers' Michal Handzus celebrates a first period goal by teammate Radovan Somik past Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Ed Belfour as Maple Leafs' Alexei Ponikarovsky and Joe Nieuwendyk skate by (AP/Yahoo) 05/04/2004
  • Poland cancels sell-off of Czestochowa steel mill on EU objections, LNM sidelined (Interfax) 05/04/2004
  • 40 years of dedicated community service Roma Pryma-Bohachevsky (BRAMA) 05/04/2004
  • Kuchma slams Poland for inaction over Odesa-Brody ... and EU fpr 'bullying' Ukraine over membership (RFE/RL) 05/04/2004
  • Cabinet Allocates Money to Restore Kyiv Caves Monastery (RISU) 05/04/2004
  • US Methodists Visit Odesa (RISU) 05/04/2004
  • NJ Man Reunites Ukranian Families (KYW Newsradio) 05/04/2004
  • Fighting Child Pornography (Computer Crime Research Center) 05/04/2004
  • Viewpoints: Where is the EU heading? (BBC) 05/04/2004
  • Ukrainian historian James Mace dies, aged 52 (UANewswire) 05/04/2004
  • i i (VOA) 05/04/2004
  • ? (BBC Ukrainian) 05/04/2004
  • ̳ (BBC Ukrainian) 05/04/2004
  • Ukraine - 2004 Annual report [2003 Global Press Freedom] (Reporters sans frontières) 05/04/2004
  • Iraq - Annual report 2004 [8 April, Ukrainian cameraman Taras Protsyuk, 35, of Reuters...killed when a US tank half a kilometre away fired a shell at the Palestine Hotel] (Reporters sans frontières) 05/04/2004
  • First arrests at Ukrainian town of Mukachevo (UANewswire) 05/04/2004
  • i i (VOA) 05/04/2004
  • Administration cites 52 trading partners for abuses of intellectual property rights [some of the worst offenses occurring in Ukraine...] (AP/San Diego Union-Tribune) 05/04/2004
  • Yushchenko Leads Presidential Race In Ukraine (Centre for Public Opinion and Democracy) 05/04/2004
  • Nuclear Firm Hives off Clean-Up Business [British Nuclear Group current contracts include cleaning parts of the former Chernobyl complex in Ukraine] (The Scotsman) 05/04/2004

  • Milan claim Italian title (Guardian) 05/03/2004
  • Western Press Review: Iraqi Prisoner Abuse, World Press Freedom Day, EU Enlargement (RFE/RL) 05/03/2004
  • Photo: Compact disc. The United States said it would keep trade sanctions on Ukraine as the worst violator of copyright protection, while citing China and dozens of other countries for failing to stem piracy. (AFP/Yahoo) 05/03/2004
  • Names of 53 journalists added to memorial on World Press Freedom Day (AFP/Yahoo) 05/03/2004
  • US keeps sanctions on Ukraine, cites China and others for piracy (AFP/Yahoo) 05/03/2004
  • Ending the Child Export Business (Transitions Online) 05/03/2004
  • - 볿 (BBC Ukrainian) 05/03/2004
  • 䳿 '- . ' (BBC Ukrainian) 05/03/2004
  • Feds Offer Warning On Online Work-At-Home Offers [...contact said he worked for a fur company in the Ukraine and that Rickard's job would be to cash money orders and cashiers checks sent to her from customers in the U.S. and wire the money to the Ukraine...] (WPXI) 05/03/2004
  • Review: King Of Thieves (Kral Zlodeju/Konig Der Diebe) [...Ukrainian father sells his 9-year-old son and his older sister Mimma to unscrupulous showman...] (Variety/Yahoo) 05/03/2004
  • May 3 in History: 1898 - Golda Meir, politician who became Israeli prime minister in 1969 at the age of 70, is born as Golda Mabovitch in Kiev (Vietnam News Agency) 05/03/2004
  • Young Ukrainian American gymnast has the competitive edge [Dianna Kurowyckyj] SPECIAL (BRAMA) 05/03/2004
  • Chornobyl Charity Bazaar at the United Nations FOTO/S (BRAMA) 05/03/2004
  • The adjustment of virtual reality ['constructive Euro-integration policy'] ( ) 05/03/2004
  • When the process is more important than the result [US pursues a double policy in Ukraine] ( ) 05/03/2004
  • The Sicilian Defense [How much longer is the Ukrainian public going to wait for the looming constitutional reform?] ( ) 05/03/2004
  • Kyiv Administration Gives Caves Monastery Reserve Buildings to Orthodox (UOC-Moscow Patriarchate) (RISU) 05/03/2004
  • Orthodox (UOC-Kyiv Patriarchate) Patriarch To Visit Odesa Despite UOC-Moscow Patriarchate Opposition (RISU) 05/03/2004
  • EU's 'big bang' would never be repeated, says Prodi (Financial Times) 05/03/2004
  • Analysis: Where Does Europe's Enlargement End? (RFE/RL) 05/03/2004
  • Warning of threats of explosion of Ukrainian Embassy in Pakistan false - MFA (Interfax) 05/03/2004
  • Ukrainian embassy threatened. Officials checking Chechen and Uzbek students [] (Pakistan Daily Times) 05/03/2004
  • Bulgarian Gas Supplier Investigated over Ukrainian Links (Novinite) 05/03/2004
  • DFW Organizations Join Forces to Create a One-of-a-Kind Event The Adoption Journey (PRWEB) 05/03/2004
  • Hockey: Ukraine, Kazakhstan Avoid Relegation (Reuters) 05/03/2004
  • Gentle giant needs urgent surgery (The Age) 05/03/2004
  • Mukachevo - authorities take the lead ( ) 05/03/2004
  • Police investigate captain's death [Ukrainian Captain of the Forum Fiji 2 fell overboard and died last week when the ship was south of Tonga] (NZCity) 05/03/2004
  • The Kremlin's Battle For Ukraine (RFE/RL) 05/03/2004

  • Photo: Oleg Timchenko of Ukraine falls to the ice as he is checked by Anthony Mortas of France (Reuters) 05/02/2004
  • Syria- Ukraine /Conference (Middle East Daily) 05/02/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian models pose for a picture after a body-art contest in the Black Sea port of Odessa, May 2, 2004. Over 200 models displayed hairstyles, make-up and body-art by over 100 designers during the Third International Body-Art Contest. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • Photo: Policemen look on as Ukrainian model poses for a body-art designer, during a contest at the Black Sea port of Odessa, May 2, 2004. Over 200 models displayed hairstyles, make-up and body-art by over 100 designers during the Third International Body-Art Contest. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • Photo: Paint carnival: Models paint each other during the Third International Carnival of the Body art 2004, in Odessa, Ukraine's Black Sea resort. (AFP/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • Photo: San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan (21) shoots over Los Angeles Lakers defenders Derek Fisher (2) and Stanislav Medvedenko (14), of Ukraine, during the fourth quarter in game one of their Western Conference semifianl game in San Antonio, Sunday, May 2, 2004. Duncan shot 30 points; San Antonio won 88-78. (AP/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • Photo: Russia's European champion on the uneven bars Svetlana Khorkina, center, with Irina Krasnynska of the Ukraine, right and Elisabeth Tweddle of Britain left, during the price ceremony of the apparatus final of the European women's gymnastics Championships at the RAI stadium in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Sunday, May 2, 2004. Tweddle finished in second place and Krasnynska in third place (AP/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • Photo: Vasyl Bobrovnikov of Ukraine celebrates his team's second goal beside goalie Fabrice Lhenry, Christian Pouget and Jonathan Zwikel of France (Reuters) 05/02/2004
  • Photo: Oleksander Savytsky of Ukraine crashes into the boards after being checked by Sebastian Bordeleau of France during their World Ice Hockey Championship match in Prague (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan's Andriy Shevchenko throws the ball to fans after winning the Italian championship following the match against A.S. Roma (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • Photo: AC Milans Andriy Shevchenko and Kaka celebrate winning the Italian championship (ANSA/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan's Andriy Shevchenko and Brazilian teammate Kaka' celebrate after winning their match against A.S. Roma (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milans Andriy Shevchenko celebrates with his teammates Kaka', Andrea Pirlo and Clarence Seedorf after scoring against A.S. Roma (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan forward Andriy Shevchenko of Ukraine celebrates with teammates Ricardo Kaka' of Brazil and Andrea Pirlo after scoring against Roma (AP/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan's Andriy Shevchenko jumps and scores as his teammate John Dahl Tomasson and Zebina of A.S. Roma look on (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • Shevchenko header gives Milan 17th Italian title (Reuters) 05/02/2004
  • AC Milan win Italian league title (AFP/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • AC Milan Tops AS Roma 1-0, Wins Title (AP/Yahoo) 05/02/2004
  • Klitschko, the people's champion (Chicago Sun-Times) 05/02/2004
  • Lenin Street, Uman (NY Times) 05/02/2004

  • Little cheer on EU's eastern border (BBC) 05/01/2004
  • Photo: European Champion Alina Kozich of Ukraine, with Romania's Nicoleta Sofronie in second place and Russia's Elena Zamolodchikova in third place (AP/Yahoo) 05/01/2004
  • Photo: Alina Kozich of Ukraine, Nicoletta Sofronie of Romania and Elena Zamolodchikova of Russia celebrate at the podium (Reuters) 05/01/2004
  • Photo: Over-all winner Alina Kozich from Ukraine poses during the award ceremony at the women's European Artistic Gymnastics championships in Amsterdam (Reuters) 05/01/2004
  • Photo: European Champion Alina Kozich of Ukraine reacts after winning the European women's individual all-round gymnastics championships (AP/Yahoo) 05/01/2004
  • Photo: Alina Kozich of Ukraine is congratulated by an unidentified team mate after winning the individual all-round final of the women's European Artistic Gymnastics championships in Amsterdam (Reuters) 05/01/2004
  • Photo: Alina Kozich of Ukraine performs her floor routine during the women's European Artistic Gymnastics championships in Amsterdam (Reuters) 05/01/2004
  • Photo: European Champion Alina Kozich of Ukraine performs on the floor (AP/Yahoo) 05/01/2004
  • Photo: European Champion Alina Kozich of Ukraine performs on the beam (AP/Yahoo) 05/01/2004
  • Photo: Alina Kozich from Ukraine performs on the balance beam (Reuters) 05/01/2004
  • Kozich Crowned European Champion (Int'l Gymnast) 05/01/2004
  • Khorkina Fourth in European All-Around (AP/Yahoo) 05/01/2004
  • Photo: San Jose Earthquakes fans get a look at D.C. United's 14-year-old player Freddy Adu, who jumps on teammate Dema Kovalenko after Kovalenko's goal (AP/Yahoo) 05/01/2004
  • Photo: D.C. United's Dema Kovalenko kicks one past San Jose Earthquakes goalie Pat Onstad (AP/Yahoo) 05/01/2004
  • Earthquakes, United Tie 1-1 in MLS Soccer (AP/Yahoo) 05/01/2004
  • Werder near Bundesliga title with 6-0 rout (Reuters) 05/01/2004
  • Bremen hit Hamburg for six as Bayern title decider looms (AFP/Yahoo) 05/01/2004
  • Kyiv, NATO signing memorandum on using Ukraine's transport aviation in training and missions (Interfax) 05/01/2004
  • Nuclear disarray as Europe pushes east (New Scientist) 05/01/2004
  • Kuchma congratulates Ukrainians on May Day (Interfax) 05/01/2004
  • Yanukovych hopes for successful cooperation with larger EU ['The fact that this significant event - the solidarization of countries - took place precisely on May Day is very symbolic.'] (Interfax) 05/01/2004
  • Day to remember the victims [May Day: ...Let us remember the people of Ukraine who were starved, beaten and murdered. Let us remember the Soviet guards outside enormous food centres, watching as Ukrainian children died of hunger. Let us remember how the New York Times denied this was happening. Let us also remember the Times knew of the Holocaust and yet never gave it more than a token mention.] (Calgary Sun) 05/01/2004
  • The case for communism. What happened to central Europe's artists when they no longer had to fight the state? (Guardian) 05/01/2004
  • New borders create pain and envy for some. By Tom Warner in Chop [EU expansion] (Financial Times) 05/01/2004
  • Federal appeals court upheld judge's decision to strip retired autoworker John Demjanjuk of his citizenship (NY Times) 05/01/2004
  • Benefits for all in a bigger club [EU expansion] (Financial Times) 05/01/2004
  • Lytvyn hopes new EU members will share European integration experience (Interfax) 05/01/2004
  • Home of Cossacks [New Zealanders know little more about Ukraine than its famous chicken dish but it has a long, rich history, writes travel editor Jim Eagles] (New Zealand Herald) 05/01/2004
  • Russia's economic diplomacy [By the time Ukraine is ready to join NATO and the European Union, most of its industry will belong to Russian business.] (Financial Express) 05/01/2004
  • Confessed killer sentenced to 5 years (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review) 05/01/2004
  • Do-it-yourself counterfeit [CD] production exposed (Computer Crime Research Center) 05/01/2004
  • Fraudsters told NZ a 'soft touch' (New Zealand Herald) 05/01/2004
  • Europeans Greet New Era as EU Expands East (Reuters) 05/01/2004
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