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  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/30/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Notebook (Miami Herald) 06/30/2004
  • UEFA glad to keep talking (UEFA) 06/30/2004
  • Athletics: Cloete leaps 2m, as Pittman 'nails it in the first 300' in Zagreb (IAAF) 06/30/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko gestures as he speaks during an interview at his office in Kiev, June 30, 2004. A European economic power to rival its neighbors, with a strong rule of law, democratic ideals and packing diplomatic punch. This was how Yushchenko sketched out Ukraine's future on Wednesday for its 48 million people if he succeeds in breaking the grip of what he calls President Leonid Kuchma's 'corrupt regime' in an October election. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/30/2004
  • The Wonders of Lard (Transitions Online) 06/30/2004
  • Ukraine is not America (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/30/2004
  • Kostyantyn Gryshchenko: 'Our complete strategic integration with a united Europe should not take decades' (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/30/2004
  • Українське питання в ПАРЄ: жовтень може стати вирішальним (BBC Ukrainian) 06/30/2004
  • Poll: Yuschenko [24%], Yanukovych [16%], Symonenko [14%] lead presidential race (Interfax) 06/30/2004
  • Why Russia Gains From a Yushchenko Victory [By Taras Kuzio] (Moscow Times) 06/30/2004
  • One Yanukovych equals eight and a half Yushchenkos [on TV news] (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/30/2004
  • Volodymyr Lytvyn: 'The Verkhovna Rada must become the guarantor of an open and democratic presidential election' (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/30/2004
  • The Yanukovich nebula (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/30/2004
  • [Ukrainian Sports] Commentator sacked for insulting Beckham (DPA/Malaysia Star) 06/30/2004
  • Цитата дня: Гербст про небезпезпеку з боку ручки холодильника (УНІАН) 06/30/2004
  • Analysis: Defining genocide [Some say there was only one genocide in the last century - the Holocaust. Other experts give a long list of what they consider cases of genocide, including the Soviet man-made famine of Ukraine (1932-33)] (BBC) 06/30/2004
  • Hussein Arraignment Set; Iraq Takes Custody Today (LA Times/Yahoo) 06/30/2004
  • Annan Suggests Azerbaijani Peacekeepers [along with those of Georgia, Ukraine and Nepal] Should Guard UN Personnel in Iraq, Report Says (Baku Today) 06/30/2004
  • Photo: 'Those were the days,' is the theme for new line of Ukrainian wine: Bottles at an Evpatoriya wine-making factory in Ukraine shows a new line of wine ,marketed under the label 'Leaders'. The production targets elderly people, who have nostalgia for communist times. On the bottles, from left, are: Stalin, Mao, Lenin, Marshal Zhukov, Fidel Castro, Che Guevara, and Leonid Brezhnev. (AFP/Newsday) 06/30/2004
  • Українське сучасне мистецтво у Лондоні. Твори Олени Самойлик, Сергія Савченка та Георгія Зайченка (BBC Ukrainian) 06/30/2004
  • Pope Hopes for 'Leap Forward' in Catholic-Orthodox Relations (Beliefnet) 06/30/2004
  • Smilemenders to head for Ukraine [A humanitarian team of dentists is heading to the Ukraine to help in the fight against tooth decay and gum disease.] (Evening Advertiser) 06/30/2004
  • Our Neighbors - The Ukrainians [Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 06/30/2004
  • Cheaper IVF [In-Vitro Fertilisation] 'Could Tempt Britons to Go East' [Infertile British women forced to go abroad in search of eggs] (The Scotsman) 06/30/2004
  • Book: Centaur Station Disappoints With Aimless Ride [Travel] (Straight) 06/30/2004
  • Ukraine sets up Legal Assistance Fund for Socially Vulnerable Population (Interfax) 06/30/2004
  • Dzrinda urges Ukraine to improve democracy (Slovak Spectator) 06/30/2004
  • Ukrainian Energy ministry, World Bank discuss terms of $250 m credit line (Interfax) 06/30/2004
  • President okays larger budget for 2004 - Premier Viktor Yanukovych (Interfax) 06/30/2004
  • Rowing: Stomach bugs and grazed ribs hinder Olympic hopefuls (Independent) 06/30/2004
  • Tennis: Young Scot puts troubles behind (Guardian) 06/30/2004

  • VIDEO: Point de presse following the NATO-Ukraine Commission by the NATO Secretary General and President of Ukraine [Eng/Ukr] (NATO) 06/29/2004
  • VIDEO: Opening remarks by the NATO Secretary General, NATO-Ukraine Commission in Istanbul, Turkey (NATO) 06/29/2004
  • VIDEO: Remarks by President Kuchma of Ukraine; NATO-Ukraine Commission in Istanbul, Turkey [in Ukrainian] (NATO) 06/29/2004
  • Four companies selected for dry nuclear storage facility tender in Ukraine (Bellona) 06/29/2004
  • Space age still fresh on Kazakh steppes (UPI) 06/29/2004
  • Why no oil for one of Europe's pipelines? [Odessa-Brody] (UPI) 06/29/2004
  • NATO 'Firmly Committed' to Partnership with Ukraine (USDOS) 06/29/2004
  • Photo: President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair of Great Britain participate in the Working Session of the NATO-Ukraine Commission on the final day of meetings in Istanbul, Turkey, Tuesday, June 29, 2004. (White House) 06/29/2004
  • Ukraine Discusses Social Payment Increase (AP/Forbes) 06/29/2004
  • Why no oil for one of Europe's pipelines? (UPI) 06/29/2004
  • Athletics: Rising Chinese star Ziang Liu wins 110-meter hurdles in Croatia (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/29/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF-Zagreb Grand Prix Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/29/2004
  • Athletics: Guevara retakes 400m top spot in the latest IAAF World Rankings (IAAF) 06/29/2004
  • Basketball: FIBA Europe 2004/2005 Club Competition Line-up Complete (FIBA Europe) 06/29/2004
  • Olympic rowers grace Henley (BBC Sport) 06/29/2004
  • Boxing: ‘Foolish’ Tyson ready for debt-paying ring return (AFP/Yahoo) 06/29/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/29/2004
  • Tennis: State Farm Women's USTA Challenger Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/29/2004
  • Tenders for protection of Slovakia-Ukraine border issued (Slovensko) 06/29/2004
  • U.S. Satellite Fails to Reach Planned Orbit-Russia (Reuters) 06/29/2004
  • Danube celebrates 10 years of cleanup as pollution worries continue (AFP/Terra Daily) 06/29/2004
  • Kyrgyzstan Struggles To Stop Slave Trade [trafficking] (EurasiaNet) 06/29/2004
  • Death of Seabrook murder suspect ruled suicide (Clear Lake Citizen) 06/29/2004
  • Ukraine cannot join NATO now for low development rate - Kuchma, Scheffer (Interfax) 06/29/2004
  • UN: Nuclear image tainted by Chernobyl (Reuters/CNN) 06/29/2004
  • Ukraine-NATO commission meeting opens in Istanbul (Interfax) 06/29/2004
  • Ukrainian president Kuchma marks Constitution Day, says time ripe for constitutional reform (Ukrayinska Pravda) 06/29/2004
  • Ukrainian MPs set up protest tent camp over constitution reform bill (Ukrayinska Pravda) 06/29/2004
  • Ukrainian parliament adopts preliminary version of contested constitutional amendments (Ukrayinska Pravda) 06/29/2004
  • Viktor Yushchenko lines up high-profile election team (Ukrayinska Pravda) 06/29/2004
  • Viktor Yushchenko says he will enter Ukrainian presidential race (Ukrayinska Pravda) 06/29/2004
  • Viktor Yushchenko prevented from speaking in eastern city of Dnipropetrovsk (Ukrayinska Pravda) 06/29/2004
  • Photo: (L-R) Prime Minister of Denmark Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Estonian Prime Minister Juhan Parts, Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (front), German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder and Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis line up for a family photo during the second day of the NATO summit in Istanbul, June 29, 2004 (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/29/2004
  • Fact Sheet: NATO-Ukraine Relations (USDOS) 06/29/2004
  • Photo: U.S. President George W. Bush, left, waits for the start of the Working Session of the NATO-Ukraine Commission June 29, 2004 in Istanbul, Turkey. Sitting directly behind Bush are U.S. Secretary of State, Colin Powell, center, and U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, right. (AP/Yahoo) 06/29/2004
  • Photos: Joint Press Conference after the NATO-Ukraine Commission (NUC) 29 June 2004 (NATO) 06/29/2004
  • Photos: NATO-Ukraine Commission (NUC) 29 June 2004 (NATO) 06/29/2004
  • Remarks by NATO Secretary General, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer Point de presse following the NATO-Ukraine Commission (NATO) 06/29/2004
  • Заява головуючого за підсумками засідання Комісії Україна - НАТО на рівні глав держав та урядів у Стамбулі (NATO) 06/29/2004
  • Declaration du President Reunion au sommet de la Commission OTAN-Ukraine tenue a Istanbul (NATO) 06/29/2004
  • Chairman’s statement: Meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission in Istanbul, Turkey (NATO) 06/29/2004
  • Introductory remarks by NATO Secretary General, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer at the meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission at the level of Heads of State and Government (NATO) 06/29/2004
  • Human traffickers detained in Ukraine (Interfax-Russia) 06/29/2004
  • Ukraine signs anti-tobacco convention (Interfax) 06/29/2004
  • Kuchma calls for concrete program for Ukraine-EU cooperation (Interfax) 06/29/2004
  • NATO Hails Ukraine's Effort For Nato Membership But Says Do More (Turkish Press) 06/29/2004
  • One Yanukovych equals eight and a half Yushchenkos ... on Ukrainian TV news (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/29/2004
  • 'Jane's Defence Review' про перспективи України в НАТО (BBC Ukrainian) 06/29/2004
  • Генсек НАТО зробив заяву щодо України (BBC Ukrainian) 06/29/2004
  • Communique Issued Following the High-Level Meeting on Steel, 28-29 June 2004 (OECD) 06/29/2004
  • NATO tells Ukraine to hold free polls,protect media (Arab Times) 06/29/2004

  • Millward Brown Opens in Ukraine (Daily Research News) 06/28/2004
  • The President and the Journalist’s Shadow (Transitions Online) 06/28/2004
  • Vatican Expert Explains Context of Bartholomew I's Visit (Zenit) 06/28/2004
  • Last Bell Rings for 'Warm House' Students in Ukrainian Community (FJC) 06/28/2004
  • Athletics: Josef Odlozil Memorial Grand Prix II Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/28/2004
  • Athletics: Vlasic-Cloete rematch to highlight Zagreb Grand Prix meeting (IAAF) 06/28/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/28/2004
  • This sailing's a breeze (Daily Telegraph) 06/28/2004
  • ABT's Raymonda and Don Quixote [Dvorovenko, Beloserkovsky] (Backstage) 06/28/2004
  • Кучма сидітиме поруч із Бушем і Блером на саміті Ради євроатлантичного партнерства (BBC Ukrainian) 06/28/2004
  • Віктор Ющенко йтиме на вибори самостійним кандидатом (BBC Ukrainian) 06/28/2004
  • В Україні - День Конституції (BBC Ukrainian) 06/28/2004
  • Польща - за членство України в НАТО (BBC Ukrainian) 06/28/2004
  • Генсек НАТО закликав до демократичних перетворень в Україні та впровадження цінностей альянсу (BBC Ukrainian) 06/28/2004
  • 'Reporters Without Borders': Free Internet in Ukraine (Computer Crime Research Center) 06/28/2004
  • Near-border Ukrainians to see free visas (Slovak Spectator) 06/28/2004
  • Internet under surveillance 2004: Ukraine (Reporters sans frontières) 06/28/2004
  • Commentary: A State That's Not a State [fSU, Iraq] (LA Times) 06/28/2004

  • Nuclear industry still haunted by Chernobyl - U.N. (Reuters/AlertNet) 06/27/2004
  • Fake drugs -- when painkillers are baby killers (AFP/Yahoo) 06/27/2004
  • Athletics: Isinbayeva raises World record to 4.87 in Gateshead (IAAF) 06/27/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF Norwich Union Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/27/2004
  • Tennis: Federer and Capriati march through (Reuters) 06/27/2004
  • Tennis: Federer and Roddick on collision course at Wimbledon (AFP/Yahoo) 06/27/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/27/2004
  • Soccer: Lavrynenko calls release from the team ‘a shock’ (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) 06/27/2004
  • Dmitriy's Last Rap: Web designer, rapper, protector, enforcer, tied to porn and the mob -- who was Dima? (SF Chronicle) 06/27/2004
  • 'Grazhda' Music and Art Center of Greene County embarks on its 22nd season (BRAMA) 06/27/2004
  • Відкриття 22-го концертного сезону в Центрі Української Культури в Гантері (BRAMA) 06/27/2004
  • Kiev Stories: A city reborn - with menacing 4x4s and naked sushi chefs (Independent) 06/27/2004
  • NATO leaders converge on Istanbul amid protests (AFP/YAhoo) 06/27/2004
  • Ukraine defies international protests to risk ‘ecological disaster’ on Danube (Glasgow Sunday Herald) 06/27/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (C), Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) and Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko attend a service at a monastery in Chernigov region of Ukraine, June 27, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/27/2004
  • У Сеньківці пролунав заклик до щільнішої інтеграції (BBC Ukrainian) 06/27/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin admires a hand-made tankard during his visit to the Senkovka village in the Ukrainian Chernigov region, June 27, 2004. Putin went for his visit to meet Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma and Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/27/2004
  • Scottsdale Symphony founder sounds off [Ukrainian violinist Yuri Kharenko] (Arizona Tribune) 06/27/2004
  • Rowing. Pinsent: 'Four seconds to find' (The Observer) 06/27/2004

  • On this day in 2001: In Ukraine more than a million people gather to hear Pope John Paul beatify 27 people killed by Nazis and Communists; in 1940 – Soviet Union invades Romania during World War II after King Carol refuses to cede Besarabia and Bukovina. (Townsville Bulletin) 06/26/2004
  • Athletics: France's Arron Wins Two Sprints at Lille (AP/Yahoo) 06/26/2004
  • Eriksson eyes new blood (BBC Sport) 06/26/2004
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yushchenko places a traditional Ukrainian funerary drapery in Warsaw, Poland, Saturday, June 26, 2004 on the coffin of Jacek Kuron, who led the struggle against Poland's communist leaders as a dissident in the 1970s and later became a popular government minister. Kuron died Thursday at age 70. (AP/Yahoo) 06/26/2004
  • Photo: Uniformed members of the Ukrainian paramilitary nationalist organization UNSO (Ukrainian National Self-Defence Organization) movement march through central Kiev, June 26, 2004. UNSO members celebrate the 14th anniversary of their movement on Saturday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/26/2004
  • Athletics: Arron takes promising sprint double in Lille (IAAF) 06/26/2004
  • Дональд Рамсфельд дякує Молдові за Ірак (BBC Ukrainian) 06/26/2004
  • Statement from Candidate John Kerry in Anticipation of Ukrainian Constitution Day and 40th Anniversary the Taras Shevchenko Monument (BRAMA) 06/26/2004
  • Orphaned Children with HIV in Ukraine need your help (BRAMA) 06/26/2004
  • How a headless corpse and a dead witness came back to haunt the leader of Ukraine [Gongadze, Honcharov] (Independent) 06/26/2004
  • Over 60 Days, Troops Suppressed an Uprising [Kut, Iraq] (Wash Post) 06/26/2004
  • Rumsfeld Urges Russian Troop Pullout from Moldova (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/26/2004
  • US Army Reserve son-in-law failed to obtain a visa for his Ukrainian mother-in-law who could provide desperately needed household help (Minnesota Star Tribune) 06/26/2004
  • F1 visa abusers face action [Foreign women used relaxed visa regulations to infiltrate the country during the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix] (Bahrain Gulf Daily News) 06/26/2004
  • Police pledge to crack down on prostitutes [The scattered prostitution rings are more in connection with the foreign girls, Ukrainian and Russians.] (Malta Independent) 06/26/2004
  • Medical equipment donated to Ukraine hospital; Church coordinates shipments to impoverished region (Press & Sun-Bulletin) 06/26/2004
  • Despite fears, nuclear power industry growing -UN (Reuters/AlertNet) 06/26/2004
  • Headed Home: Crimean Tatars Struggle To Leave Uzbekistan (Eurasia Report) 06/26/2004
  • Holocaust survivor enlightens teachers [Ukrainian guard...] (Clarion-Ledger) 06/26/2004
  • No rest for dead after DNA bungle (Australia Herald Sun) 06/26/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians look at a sand sculpture of penguins running over a bridge in Kiev, June 26, 2004. A sand sculpture festival opened on Saturday in the Ukrainian capital and more than 20 sculptors participated in the event. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/26/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian sculptor wets his sand sculpture of a naval officer standing next to a cannon in Kiev, June 26, 2004. A sand sculpture festival opened on Saturday in the Ukrainian capital with more than 20 sculptors participating in the event. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/26/2004
  • Photo: A sculptor puts the finishing touches to his sand sculpture of two women in Kiev, June 26, 2004. A sand sculpture festival opened on Saturday in the Ukrainian capital and more than 20 sculptors participated in the event. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/26/2004
  • Photo: The 'Khersones' from the Ukraine, left, appears among the numerous participators of international sailing ships, yachts, dinghies, outboard motor vessels and inflatable rubber boats during the windjammer parade in the Kiel Bay off Kiel, northern Germany, on Saturday, June 26, 2004. The windjammer parade is the peak of the traditional Kiel Week, the world's biggest sailing competition, that ends on Sunday. (AP/Yahoo) 06/26/2004
  • Adopted siblings with ties to Ukrainian orphanage meet again (Miami Herald) 06/26/2004
  • [Slideshow] Return trip to Ukraine (Savannah Morning News) 06/26/2004
  • On a return trip to Ukraine, a visitor finds comfort in helping those living difficult lives. (Savannah Morning News) 06/26/2004
  • Coming soon to Bloor West? (Toronto Star) 06/26/2004
  • Українські гімнастки поїхали зі змагань у Ізраїлі на знак протесту проти того, що їх засуджували. (BBC Ukrainian) 06/26/2004
  • Globalize Soccer? Not in Your Lifetime, Chum (NY Times) 06/26/2004
  • Chess: Ivanchuk falls (Calcutta Telegraph) 06/26/2004

  • Campbell: Unsolved murder of Ukrainian journalist Heorhiy Gongadze (Congressional Record) 06/25/2004
  • Sander M. Levin: 40th anniversary of the dedication of the Taras Shevchenko monument (Congressional Record) 06/25/2004
  • Baranov accepts Arsenal post (UEFA) 06/25/2004
  • “Righteous” Ukrainians Awarded in Crimea (RISU) 06/25/2004
  • Orthodox (UOC-Kyiv Patriarchate) Support Pro-Ukrainian Statehood Candidates, Says Patriarch Filaret (RISU) 06/25/2004
  • UEFA Cup: Tough test for title-holders (UEFA) 06/25/2004
  • Orthodox (UOC-Moscow Patriarchate) Protest Roman Catholic Monastery in Kharkiv (RISU) 06/25/2004
  • Historian to release book on honored laborer [Mickey Danyluk] (Windsor Locks Journal) 06/25/2004
  • Kuchma criticizes Our Ukraine for opposing constitutional reform; Ukrainian Social Democrats back Yanukovych for president... (RFE/RL) 06/25/2004
  • Council Of Europe: International 'Bride Finders' Come Under Scrutiny (RFE/RL) 06/25/2004
  • Ukraine to enforce equal rights for Tatars (BBC) 06/25/2004
  • Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs met with UN Secretary General Kofi Annan FOTO/S (BRAMA) 06/25/2004
  • Міністр закордонних справ України Костянтин Грищенко відвідав штаб-квартиру ООН FOTO/S (BRAMA) 06/25/2004
  • Statement of Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell: New Twist in Unsolved Murder of Ukrainian Journalist Heorhiy Gongadze (BRAMA) 06/25/2004
  • Tired of email spam and hackers? UESA offers tips on computer security (BRAMA) 06/25/2004
  • Kuchma supports improvement of present model of Ukraine-Poland trans-border cooperation (Interfax) 06/25/2004
  • Kuchma notes significance of Ukraine-Poland JV on Odesa-Brody extension to Plock (Interfax) 06/25/2004
  • Ukraine, Poland agree on joint electricity export to Europe (Interfax) 06/25/2004
  • Ukraine looks to clinch 3-bcm Uzbek gas deal (Interfax-Uzbekistan) 06/25/2004
  • A cut above the rest [pianist Dimitriy Onyshchenko, born in Lviv, in the Ukraine in 1983] (ic NorthWales) 06/25/2004
  • Ukrainian Jews Commemorate Holocaust Victims (FJC) 06/25/2004
  • Ukrainelifestyle lesson [Ukraine resident Ekatirina Konstantinova grew up in an area still affected from the Chernobyl meltdown in 1986...] (Advertiser) 06/25/2004
  • В Україні випущено першу 'співучу' монету (BBC Ukrainian) 06/25/2004
  • Новий закон стосується кримських татарів та представників інших етнічних меншин (BBC Ukrainian) 06/25/2004
  • УГКЦ молитиметься за чесні вибори (BBC Ukrainian) 06/25/2004
  • Ukrainian Gift of Life to Sponsor Film Festival [Dovzhenko and others to be featured on NJ cable] (UGOL) 06/25/2004
  • Some Experts Concerned Greek Sex Trade Could Increase as Olympics Near [Trafficking] (VOA) 06/25/2004
  • Who Really Wears Pampers in Ukrainian Politics? (Ukrainska Pravda) 06/25/2004
  • Why the insurgents run rings around US [Iraq] (South Africa Star) 06/25/2004
  • Ukrainian Peacemakers Prevented Scaled Terrorist Act in As-Suveyra Iraqi City (UNIAN) 06/25/2004
  • Ukrainian groups organize international journalism contest (IJNet) 06/25/2004
  • Race Against Time To Compensate Nazi-Era Slave Laborers (Deutsche Welle) 06/25/2004
  • Air France head [in Haiti] shot dead [The attack took place shortly after he flew in from France with his Ukranian wife.] (UPI/Wash Times) 06/25/2004
  • Ukrainian Politician Courts Jews [Yushchenko] (Baltimore Jewish Times) 06/25/2004
  • Chisinau supports initiative to create asymmetric federation [Transdniestrian settlement] (Interfax-Moldova) 06/25/2004
  • Kuchma may meet with Bush in Istanbul (Interfax) 06/25/2004
  • Bush to Discuss Iraq Power Transfer with European Leaders (VOA) 06/25/2004
  • НАТО 'запросить Україну та Росію патрулювати Середзем'я' * (BBC Ukrainian) 06/25/2004
  • Вулфовіц вибачився перед журналістами в Іраку (BBC Ukrainian) 06/25/2004
  • Tennis: Hewitt sets up clash with Ivanisevic (AAP/Yahoo) 06/25/2004
  • In the Malleable 'Coppélia,' Dancers Make Roles Personal [Dvorovenko, Beloserkovsky] (NY Times) 06/25/2004
  • Західна преса кидає тінь на президента Кучму? [Ґонґадзе] (BBC Ukrainian) 06/25/2004
  • Basketball: Griz add Raider, big Ukrainian [Sergei Lishouk, 6-11, 232-pound forward] (Memphis Commercial Appeal) 06/25/2004

  • Maurice Hinchey: Support for a democratic Ukraine (Congressional Record) 06/24/2004
  • Slave laborers to get more funds from interest on German settlement (JTA) 06/24/2004
  • 2004 NBA Draft Team-by-Team (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/24/2004
  • Ukraine Restores Long-Lost Rights For Tatars (RFE/RL) 06/24/2004
  • Звiт Держдепартаменту щодо торгiвлi людьми - заходи боротьби з цим явищем в Українi (VOA) 06/24/2004
  • Міграційна ситуація в Україні (VOA) 06/24/2004
  • Заява американського сенатора в справi Гонгадзе (VOA) 06/24/2004
  • «Iндепендент» знову пише про справу Гонгадзе (VOA) 06/24/2004
  • Юлію Тимошенко знову хочуть позбавити депутатської недоторканності (VOA) 06/24/2004
  • Український омбудсмен стверджує, що в Абу-Греїб українських громадян катували (VOA) 06/24/2004
  • Ukraine seamen detail Iraq prison torture (AP/NY Times) 06/24/2004
  • Basketball: Grizzlies add three, including Antonio Burks, without first-round draft pick (Jackson Sun) 06/24/2004
  • Basketball: Grizzlies Acquire Draft Rights to Antonio Burks and Andre Emmett; Select Sergei Lishouk with the 49th Pick in the Draft (Memphis Grizzlies) 06/24/2004
  • NBA Draft-Pick 49 (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2004
  • Kovalenko's return better this time (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) 06/24/2004
  • Soccer: Freddy Adu's perfect score (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) 06/24/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/24/2004
  • NATO Chief Hints At Busy Meeting Agenda [prepared to invite Russia and Ukraine to take part in antiterrorism naval patrols] (REF/RL) 06/24/2004
  • Tributes paid to fruit picker killed in road accident (Hereford Times) 06/24/2004
  • Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Meets with U.S. Members of Congress and the UCCA FOTO/S (BRAMA) 06/24/2004
  • Observer: Ukraine asks: Who's Hughes? [Hughesovka, Ukraine] (Financial Times) 06/24/2004
  • Ukrainian Prosecutors To Probe Murder Of Gongadze Witness (RFE/RL) 06/24/2004
  • Leak forces Ukraine to investigate death of witness to murder [Honcharov, Gongadze] (Independent) 06/24/2004
  • Ukrainian parliament adopts preliminary version of contested constitutional amendments (Ukrayinska Pravda) 06/24/2004
  • [Verkhovna Rada] Has Preliminarily Approved and Submitted to Constitutional Court Draft Law #4180 on Making Alterations to Constitution (UNIAN) 06/24/2004
  • Human rights ombudswoman says Ukrainian sailors were tortured in Iraq (Interfax) 06/24/2004
  • 27% of Ukrainians Sure That Ukraine Must Become NATO Member – Poll (UNIAN) 06/24/2004
  • Hromada Party may nominate jailed ex-Premier Lazarenko for president (Interfax) 06/24/2004
  • White slaving on increase, says OSCE [human trafficking] (AFP/B92) 06/24/2004
  • Report on human trafficking praises Czechs [Czech Republic human trafficking linked to street prostitution and forced sex work in more than 200 brothels; victims primarily from ex-Soviet states such as Ukraine and Moldova] (Prague Post) 06/24/2004
  • Індепендент - Генеральній прокуратурі України (BBC Ukrainian) 06/24/2004
  • Слідчий у справі Ґонґадзе: стаття в Індепендент 'шкідлива' (BBC Ukrainian) 06/24/2004
  • Михайло Подоляк: не обов'язково бути в Білорусі (BBC Ukrainian) 06/24/2004
  • No reason for growth of cost of credits for real economy in Ukraine - Hrebenyk (Interfax) 06/24/2004
  • Athletics: Lebedeva, Alekna and Samitova set world leading marks in Rethymno (IAAF) 06/24/2004
  • Chess: Indian challenge ends (Calcutta Telegraph) 06/24/2004

  • Dark side of the boom. Ukraine's president is bowing out and as the race to replace him begins, corruption could overshadow the country's economic success (Guardian) 06/23/2004
  • Державні нагороди України членам Управи Наукового Товариства ім. Шевченка в Америці FOTO/S (BRAMA) 06/23/2004
  • Cops help human traffickers (News24) 06/23/2004
  • Off the Face of the Earth [Ukraine cave Holocaust survivors] (National Geographic Adventure) 06/23/2004
  • Парламент зробив перший крок у конституційній реформі (BBC Ukrainian) 06/23/2004
  • Верховна Рада в першому читаннi схвалила новий проект полiтреформи (VOA) 06/23/2004
  • [Ukraine] Cave saves some from horrors of the Holocaust (MSNBC) 06/23/2004
  • Карпачова: українців піддавали тортурам у в'язниці Абу-Граїб (BBC Ukrainian) 06/23/2004
  • Basketball: A foreign idea Milwaukee considering world-wide draft options (Racine Journal Times) 06/23/2004
  • Soccer: Adu says if you can play at pro level, play (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) 06/23/2004
  • Ukrainians were 'treated like dogs' in Abu Ghraib prison (DPA/Deepika Global) 06/23/2004
  • Ukrainian Catholic Woman's League celebrates 60 years (WCR) 06/23/2004
  • Monument to “Unknown Bandit of Ukraine” Placed in Supreme Rada (UNIAN) 06/23/2004
  • Breakthrough in Gongadze case met with deep suspicion [CPJ] (BRAMA) 06/23/2004
  • Pavlyshyn sisters perform in New York -/- Творчий вечір дуету сестер Павлишин (BRAMA) 06/23/2004
  • Доповідь Репортерів без кордонів про цензуру в Інтернеті. Організація критикує Китай та США і називає Україну, Бірму і Білорусь традиційними порушниками (BBC Ukrainian) 06/23/2004
  • Energoatom makes first payment under nuclear operator responsibility insurance agreement [Ukrainian power units now have insurance protection] (Interfax) 06/23/2004
  • Парламент зробив перший крок у конституційній реформі. 'Наша Україна': внаслідок реформи Кучма зможе пересісти в крісло прем'єра (BBC Ukrainian) 06/23/2004
  • OSCE Media Representative concerned about deportation of [Ukrainian] journalist [Mihail Padalyak] from Belarus (OSCE) 06/23/2004
  • Letter: Please help [Ukrainian] asylum seekers (York Daily Record) 06/23/2004
  • FYI: Two [Ukrainian] Men Detained for Nearly 4 Years [in Pennsylvania] (Human Rights First) 06/23/2004
  • Sexual exploitation “a growing menace” (AFP/B92) 06/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition faction deputies scuffle at the speaker's platform in an attempt to block the vote on a constitutional reform bill during parliament session in Kiev, June 23, 2004. Ukraine's parliament approved on Wednesday a constitutional reform bill backed by President Leonid Kuchma in the first of two readings, breathing life into an issue set to rankle European election monitors. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/23/2004
  • Verkhovna Rada passes draft No.4180 and rejects draft No.3207-1 on political reform (Interfax) 06/23/2004
  • [Ukrainian] Sailors claim Abu Ghraib torture (AP/The Australian) 06/23/2004
  • Illegal migration from Ukraine is still a problem (Slovensko) 06/23/2004
  • Pagedown: Ukrainian sex slave escaped captivity by jumping from the third floor of an apartment block [trafficking] (AFP/Kathimerini) 06/23/2004
  • The World Bikini Model International Announces its Winner [runner up was Maryna Gorobets from Ukraine] (Fashion Gates) 06/23/2004
  • Hryschenko states necessity to consolidate UN role in political transition process in Iraq (Interfax) 06/23/2004
  • Poland rapped in war property compensation case (Financial Times) 06/23/2004
  • Europe court backs expelled Poles [Poland must pay compensation to a man whose family was forced from its home (in Lviv) after World War II] (BBC) 06/23/2004
  • Ukraine becomes Egmont Group member [national anti-money laundering programmes] (Interfax) 06/23/2004

  • Basketball: Kyiv Make Double Signing (FIBA Europe) 06/22/2004
  • Athletics: Pechonkina faces challenge of new Greek star ­ Tsiklitiria Super Grand Prix (IAAF) 06/22/2004
  • Понад 500 тисяч жінок із колишнього СРСР були продані в сексуальне рабство (УНІАН) 06/22/2004
  • 2 Ukrainians in Abu Ghraib Prison Were Tortured, says Ombudsman (VOA) 06/22/2004
  • Prosecutor General's Office may open criminal case following The Independent article [Gongadze] (Interfax) 06/22/2004
  • Погляди оксфордського професора на президентськi вибори в Українi (VOA) 06/22/2004
  • Новi повороти в справi Гонгадзе (VOA) 06/22/2004
  • Лiвi закликають до виведення українських солдатiв з Iраку, депутати зважують питання (VOA) 06/22/2004
  • Thousands of Ukrainians Demand Government Withdraw Troops from Iraq (VOA) 06/22/2004
  • Photo: Young protesters hold icons while gathering in downtown Kiev to demand the withdrawal of Ukrainian troops from Iraq, Tuesday, June 22, 2004. Under the slogan 'Bring back our children from Iraq,' protesters, mainly supporters of Ukraine's opposition Communist party, also demanded an end to the U.S. occupation of Iraq. (AP/Yahoo) 06/22/2004
  • CPJ condemns deportation of independent [Ukrainian] journalist [Mikhail Podolyak] (CPJ) 06/22/2004
  • 2000 Ukrainian patients to receive treatment for HIV/AIDS (News-Medical) 06/22/2004
  • Iran approves membership of Turkey, Ukraine in north-south corridor (Payvand) 06/22/2004
  • Журналісти закликають Кучму та його уряд шукати істину [Ґонґадзе] (BBC Ukrainian) 06/22/2004
  • Сотні жінок протестували проти участі українських вояків в іракському конфлікті (BBC Ukrainian) 06/22/2004
  • Генпрокуратура запевняє, що затримала вбивцю Георгія Ґонґадзе (BBC Ukrainian) 06/22/2004
  • Марчук: навіщо Україні так багато генералів? Міністр оборони вважає, що 300 генералів для України - забагато, а 120 - якраз (BBC Ukrainian) 06/22/2004
  • ПАРЄ стурбована перевиборчою ситуацією в Україні (BBC Ukrainian) 06/22/2004
  • В Португалії вбито британського вболівальника. Не виключають, що вбивця - українець (BBC Ukrainian) 06/22/2004
  • 'Ми приїхали з тим, щоб ширше відкрити Україну Америці' (IF.Gov.ua) 06/22/2004
  • 'Killer admits' Gongadze murder (BBC) 06/22/2004
  • La Strada: The street without joy [trafficking] (RFE/RL) 06/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian demonstrators stand in front of an anti-war banner in Kiev's central Independence Square, June 22, 2004. About 2,000 Communists and 5,000 Orthodox believers on Tuesday demanded Ukraine's government bring troops home from Iraq, saying politicians had no right to spill the blood of others for their own gain. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/22/2004
  • Officials keep forces in Iraq amid dissent (Wash Times) 06/22/2004
  • Thousands Call for Ukrainian Withdrawal from Iran [sic, s.b. Iraq] [2,000 Communists holding red flags, 5,000 Orthodox believers] (Reuters) 06/22/2004
  • Iraqi Resistance Report June 17 - 19, 2004 (Jihad Unspun) 06/22/2004
  • Ukrainian armed forces to be cut by 70,000 in 2004 (Interfax-Russia) 06/22/2004
  • England fan killed in Lisbon, Ukrainian held (Reuters) 06/22/2004
  • Portugal Police Arrest Ukrainian Over Briton's Death in Lisbon (Bloomberg) 06/22/2004
  • Convicted Ukrainian Murderer Says He Killed Gongadze (RFE/RL) 06/22/2004
  • FT: Головоломка справи Ґонґадзе ускладнилася (BBC Ukrainian) 06/22/2004
  • М. Ґонґадзе: 'Прокуратура шукає варіанти, аби прикрити правду' (BBC Ukrainian) 06/22/2004
  • [Belarus] KGB deports Ukrainian freelance journalist [Mikhail Podoliak] (Reporters sans frontières) 06/22/2004
  • Witness's death adds to puzzle over fate of Ukraine journalist [Gongadze] (Financial Times) 06/22/2004
  • Zbigniew Brzezinski: “Ukraine and the World” [Speech from June 28, 2000] (День) 06/22/2004
  • Small Shareholders Left High and Dry [Russian Aluminum’s second assault against small shareholders] (День) 06/22/2004
  • Unconventional Marxism: Yulian Bachynsky’s struggle for Ukrainian independence (День) 06/22/2004
  • “The Volhynian Nexus”: Ukrainians and Poles between the Two World Wars (День) 06/22/2004
  • Language Marathon for the Diaspora (День) 06/22/2004
  • Pidgin as a Given [“A Mock Trial of Surzhyk, or a 21st-Century Inquisition”] (День) 06/22/2004
  • Kuchma signs decree on strategic defense bulletin of Ukraine until 2015 (Interfax) 06/22/2004
  • Hryschenko discussing cooperation and international problems in U.S. (Interfax) 06/22/2004
  • Ukrainian parliament rejects bill on privatization (Interfax) 06/22/2004
  • Contradictions between Ukraine and Russia on free trade zone will bury CES idea, experts say [Common Economic Space] (Interfax) 06/22/2004
  • Tennis: Venus rises and the crowd give her a lift (Guardian) 06/22/2004
  • Chess: Harikrishna holds Ivanchuk (The Hindu) 06/22/2004
  • Artist takes Ј25,000 prize with portrait of a 'little miracle' (Independent) 06/22/2004
  • Young Artists Bring New Verve to Familiar 'Swan' [Dvorovenko, Beloserkovsky] (NY Times) 06/22/2004
  • Ramayana Is Now in Lviv (День) 06/22/2004
  • Man confesses to killing Ukrainian journalist [Georgiy Gongadze] (Reuters) 06/22/2004
  • Victim believed to be seasonal worker [Ukrainian Denys Butenko killed by a passing car] (Shropshire Star) 06/22/2004
  • Soccer death 'is unrelated to fan violence' (AP/IOL) 06/22/2004
  • Puzzle over fate of Ukraine journalist [Gongadze] (Financial Times) 06/22/2004

  • Fears of Athens sex slave boom [Aid agencies and experts in Greece and the southern Balkans are warning there could be a big increase in the trafficking of women and children to Athens because of the Olympic Games being held in the city this August.] (BBC) 06/21/2004
  • Death of an Honored Outsider [Jacek Kuron] (Transitions Online) 06/21/2004
  • Boxing: Vanderpool confident he will beat American Jeff Lacy for IBF title (CP/Yahoo) 06/21/2004
  • Thousands gather at rabbi's Queens grave for 10th anniversary of his death [Lubavitcher sect Rabbi Menachem Schneerson, born April 18, 1902, in the Ukrainian city of Nikolaev] (AP/Newsday) 06/21/2004
  • Opera: Cherevichki (Financial Times) 06/21/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/21/2004
  • Russia steel firm wants to limit Ukrainian imports (Reuters) 06/21/2004
  • Українська влада відкидає звинувачення у гальмуванні справи Гонгадзе (VOA) 06/21/2004
  • Офіційна Україна реагує на статтю в 'Індепендент' про розслідування справи Ґонґадзе (BBC Ukrainian) 06/21/2004
  • На Полтавщині відбулися довибори до Верховної Ради (VOA) 06/21/2004
  • Україну очікують теледебати кандидатів у президенти (VOA) 06/21/2004
  • З Білорусі депортовано українського журналіста (BBC Ukrainian) 06/21/2004
  • Генпрокуратура: Гончаров помер від насильства [Ґонґадзе] (BBC Ukrainian) 06/21/2004
  • Photo: Secretary of State Colin Powell, right, with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kostyantyn Gryshchenko, at the State Dept., Monday, June 21, 2004, in Washington (AP/Yahoo) 06/21/2004
  • 'Ukrainian snickers' - Chocolate pork fat all the rage in Kiev (UPI/Wash Times) 06/21/2004
  • Girl returns from Ukraine for heart surgery (CFCN Canada) 06/21/2004
  • 'Killer admits' Gongadze murder (BBC) 06/21/2004
  • 'Кравченко наказав убити Гонгадзе від імені Кучми'. У Британії оприлюднено допити міліціонерів 'наружки' (Українська правда) 06/21/2004
  • Position available: Program Officer, Ukraine Program (Wash D.C.) (IRI) 06/21/2004
  • [Letter] Відкритий лист до кандидатів у президенти України В. Ющенко і В. Януковича (BRAMA) 06/21/2004
  • Was Gongadze's death an excess of executive power? (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/21/2004
  • Ukrainian nationalists battle to get Russian pop hits off buses (Independent) 06/21/2004
  • The first signs: Ukraine secured its first contract [in Iraq], which does not guarantee, though, that others will follow… (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/21/2004
  • Immortal's romance? [Zinchenko joins opposition's election campaign] (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/21/2004
  • Pressure piles on Ukrainian leader after leaks reveal attempts to cover up killing [From 6/19/2004] (Independent) 06/21/2004
  • $20,000 in [Russian and Ukrainian] artwork stolen from local gallery (Westchester Daily Local) 06/21/2004
  • Pork choc on the menu in Ukraine [Chocolate salo: Salty on the inside, sweet on the outside] (BBC) 06/21/2004
  • Справа Ґонґадзе: 'не всі сидять тихо'. Автор статті в Індепендент А.Крушельницький сказав Бі-Бі-Сі, що його джерела готові свідчити в суді (BBC Ukrainian) 06/21/2004
  • Візит Грищенка до Сполучених Штатів (BBC Ukrainian) 06/21/2004
  • Tennis: Rusedski on a mission to right the wrongs (Independent) 06/21/2004
  • Athletics: Britain's fall guys relegated to also-rans (The Times) 06/21/2004
  • Chess: German stuns Sasi in opener (Calcutta Telegraph) 06/21/2004
  • Refugee centre Bela pod Bezdezem (Radio Prague) 06/21/2004

  • Athletics: Riguardo takes third World Race Walking Challenge win (IAAF) 06/20/2004
  • Slavery of Children and women in Persian gulf countries (Persian Journal) 06/20/2004
  • Special day marks refugees' courage (Massachusetts Republican) 06/20/2004
  • 'Pakistani scientists may be in N. Korea' (AFP/Millat) 06/20/2004
  • Стеження закінчено. Забудьте? Британська газета отримала нові матеріали у справі Ґонґадзе - від службовців українських правоохоронних органів (BBC Ukrainian) 06/20/2004
  • Мороз: Кучма може стати кандидатом від влади (BBC Ukrainian) 06/20/2004
  • Mariners Rejoice After Acquittal (Tampa Tribune) 06/20/2004
  • Record reviews: John Stetch - Exponentially Monk (Philadelphia Inquirer) 06/20/2004
  • Photo: Algerian chess player Adlane Arab plays against Ukrainian Vassily lvanchuk at the world chess championship in Tripoli (AP/Yahoo) 06/20/2004
  • Athletics: European Cup, Women - Russia win as expected - Radcliffe runs 14:29.11 (IAAF) 06/20/2004
  • Athletics: Radcliffe Has Record Run in Comeback (AP/Yahoo) 06/20/2004
  • Athletics: European Cup Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/20/2004

  • Festival blow after dancers refused visas (Shropshire Star) 06/19/2004
  • Athletics: European Cup Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/19/2004
  • Brunei Ruler Receives Ukranian Doctor Degree (Radio Television Brunei) 06/19/2004
  • One of the real joys of exploring Ukraine was the feeling of being somewhere properly foreign — three hours from Gatwick (The Times) 06/19/2004
  • Jessop Partners Ukraine Company To Build Ships (India Financial Express) 06/19/2004
  • Dynamo delight in title triumph (UEFA) 06/19/2004
  • Dynamo Kiev clinch another Ukrainian title (Reuters) 06/19/2004
  • Athletics: Britain and Russia top day one ­ European Cup (IAAF) 06/19/2004
  • Athletics: Brown sixth in Poland (BBC Sport) 06/19/2004

  • Українськi студенти стежитимуть за чеснiстю проведення президентських виборiв (VOA) 06/18/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Draw (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/18/2004
  • Полiтичнi теленовини напередоднi президентських виборiв в Українi (VOA) 06/18/2004
  • Знову в СРСР? Президент Росії закликає відновити втрачені країнами СНД зв'язки - з урахуванням нових світових тенденцій (BBC Ukrainian) 06/18/2004
  • Athletics: European Cup ­ Women’s Events Preview (IAAF) 06/18/2004
  • Athletics: Kelli White (USA) ­ performances annulled (IAAF) 06/18/2004
  • Tennis: WTA Tour Hastings Direct Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/18/2004
  • Canadian Legislators call for recognition of Day of the Ukrainian Famine/Genocide of 1932/33 SPECIAL (BRAMA) 06/18/2004
  • Конгрес українців Естонії сповіщає про подання законопроекту про визнання Голодомору 1932-1933 років в Україні актом геноциду проти українського народу [УВКР] SPECIAL (BRAMA) 06/18/2004
  • [Ukrainian-born Nazi-hunter] Simon Wiesenthal given honourary knighthood (AFP/Yahoo) 06/18/2004
  • The new regionalism: drifting toward multi-polarity [pagedown to: Russia has returned to its traditional strategic doctrine of containing encirclement ...to draw Ukraine and Belarus firmly into its orbit] (Eurasianet) 06/18/2004
  • WHO report: Study on environmental burden of disease in children: key findings [PDF] (WHO) 06/18/2004
  • One in three child deaths in Europe due to environment. New WHO study details devastating effects (WHO) 06/18/2004
  • Estonian Bill Recommends Prosecution For Ukrainian Famine (UANewswire) 06/18/2004
  • The true value of Daddy's little helper [Adoption] (Christian Science Monitor) 06/18/2004
  • [Ukrainian-born caregiver and other Ukrainian immigrants in Parma Heights] steal dead man's credit card, go on spending spree [6/16/04] (WKYC) 06/18/2004
  • Obituary: Mary Kranik / Owner and cook at Greenfield bar and grill (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) 06/18/2004
  • 10,000 migrants work in province [Northern Ireland] (Belfast Telegraph) 06/18/2004
  • Ukrainian Sergei Salov Wins Montreal International Musical Competition (andante) 06/18/2004
  • Ukraine MPs call for impeachment [Gongadze] (BBC) 06/18/2004
  • New agreement on partnership should be included in Ukraine-EU Action Plan, Baziv says (Interfax) 06/18/2004
  • Moldova: Regional Tensions over Transdniestria [Russian support of the internationally unrecognized Dniestrian Moldovan Republic (DMR) is obstructing resolution of the conflict in Moldova] (Reuters/AlertNet) 06/18/2004
  • Interview with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kostyantyn Gryshchenko [Japan] (Mainichi Daily News) 06/18/2004
  • Верховна Рада внесла змiни у держбюджет (VOA) 06/18/2004
  • Громадськi слухання на тему зникнень та полiтичних убивств (VOA) 06/18/2004
  • Euro-Russia seek to reward long-suffering fans [...some of the best players in the old Soviet Union team came from training centres in now independent states such as Georgia and Ukraine] (Reuters) 06/18/2004
  • Омельченко: до викрадення Гонгадзе причетний президент Кучма (VOA) 06/18/2004
  • Ukraine to present new Defense Doctrine at NATO Summit in Istanbul (Interfax) 06/18/2004
  • Chechetov says Kryvorizhstal sale cannot be protested (Interfax) 06/18/2004
  • Ukraine, Brunei agree on mutual protection of investments and cooperation in tourism (Interfax) 06/18/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (R) and Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei walk along the Guard of Honour during a ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Kiev, June 18, 2004. Bolkiah is on a four-day official visit to Ukraine to discuss potential for trade and economic cooperation between the countries. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/18/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) and Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei review the Guard of Honour during a ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Kiev, June 18, 2004. Bolkiah is on a four-day official visit to Ukraine to discuss potential for trade and economic cooperation between the countries. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/18/2004
  • It's politics as usual ...World champion Ruslan Ponomariov want to know why FIDE is silent now (Chessbase) 06/18/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (R) greets Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei as they meet at the Presidential Palace in Kiev, June 18, 2004. Bolkiah is on a four-day official visit to Ukraine to discuss potential for trade and economic cooperation between the countries. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/18/2004
  • [?] U.S. to Welcome and Support Yanukovych as Future President only at Conditions of “Pure” Elections Conduction – Herbst ... U.S. may also welcome and support Viktor Yushchenko in case of his victory (UNIAN) 06/18/2004
  • Ukraine drive to keep Russian off buses [Lviv is the most Ukrainian city in the country and if we don't preserve our Ukrainian language we will lose our identity] (BBC) 06/18/2004

  • Tennis: Women's USTA-Baylor All Saints Fort Worth Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/17/2004
  • Great Oaks to assist hospitals in Ukraine (Bartlett Appeal) 06/17/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Qualifying Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/17/2004
  • Tennis: WTA Tour Hastings Direct Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/17/2004
  • Г.Омельченко: Рада блокує звіт по Ґонґадзе (BBC Ukrainian) 06/17/2004
  • МЗС Росії захищає російський культурний центр у Львові (BBC Ukrainian) 06/17/2004
  • FT: приватизація Криворіжсталі - велика помилка (BBC Ukrainian) 06/17/2004
  • Сивкович: Криворіжсталь має лишатися в руках держави (BBC Ukrainian) 06/17/2004
  • Українських моряків, звинувачених у контрабанді нафти в Іраку, має тепер судити суд в Україні (BBC Ukrainian) 06/17/2004
  • VR chairman, Interfax president discuss Ukrainian legislation on mass media (Interfax) 06/17/2004
  • Orthodox and Greek Catholics Request to Share Church in Ivano-Frankivsk (RISU) 06/17/2004
  • 70 Percent of Ukrainians Religious, Survey Shows (RISU) 06/17/2004
  • Ukraine will supply most of Iraqi army (Financial Times) 06/17/2004
  • Нью-Йорк Таймс закликала Буша вибачитися (BBC Ukrainian) 06/17/2004
  • Mills Lane to get stem cell injections in Ukraine. Recovering from stroke: Ex-judge’s wife optimistic about the treatment. (Reno Gazette-Journal) 06/17/2004
  • Obit: Mike Medwid (Globe and Mail) 06/17/2004
  • Portrait award shortlist on show [Ulyana Gumeniuk] (BBC) 06/17/2004
  • If I were a Klezmorim... (Budapest Sun) 06/17/2004
  • Azarov 'calm' about Ukraine's foreign debt (Interfax) 06/17/2004
  • Події в Мукачевому очима сержанта міліції (BBC Ukrainian) 06/17/2004
  • Communist-Era Dissident Jacek Kuron Dies ['Born March 3, 1934 in the eastern Polish city of Lvov sic, now in Ukraine' ] (AP/Yahoo) 06/17/2004
  • Ukraine's missing missiles (Jane's) 06/17/2004
  • Letter: EU must make all members equal before more expansion (Financial Times) 06/17/2004
  • Ukrtelecom launches wireless access to Internet in Interfax-Ukraine (Interfax) 06/17/2004
  • Holocaust hotline anger in Poland [An international organisation dedicated to hunting down Holocaust war criminals has opened a telephone hotline for potential informants in Poland. From 6/16/04] (BBC) 06/17/2004
  • Cardinal Husar is Optimistic about Recognition of Patriarchate (RISU) 06/17/2004
  • Russia Allocates 350,000 US$ for Orthodox (UOC-Moscow Patriarchate) Churches in Ukraine (RISU) 06/17/2004
  • Corvallis wins sister cities award [Uzhgorod] (Corvallis Gazette-Times) 06/17/2004
  • Young sisters see America through Ukrainian eyes [Adoption] (Alamogordo Daily News) 06/17/2004
  • Eye tests for Chernobyl holidaymakers (Evening Telegraph and Post) 06/17/2004

  • Marcy Kaptur: Taras Shevchenko (Congressional Record) 06/16/2004
  • Ukrainian Cultural Renaissance of the 1920s [CIUS] (BRAMA) 06/16/2004
  • Заклик до громадян України за кордоном [СКУ] (BRAMA) 06/16/2004
  • Photo: Boxer Vitali Klitschko, actor Tom Cruise, Olympian Rafer Johnson and Olympic gold medal swimmer Janet Evans pose after they ran the last leg of the Los Angeles portion of the Olympic Torch Relay inside Dodger Stadium (AP/Yahoo) 06/16/2004
  • Photo: Boxer Vitali Klitschko, former Olympic swimmer Janet Evans, actor Tom Cruise and former Olympic track and field star Rafer Johnson pose after running around Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles as part of the Olympic torch relay (AFP/Yahoo) 06/16/2004
  • Photo: The four final torch bearers in the global Olympic Torch Relay, WBC heavyweight boxing champion Vitali Klitschko, United States Olympic swimming gold medallist Janet Evans, actor Tom Cruise, and United States Olympic track and field gold medallist Rafer Johnson (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/16/2004
  • Photo: The four final torch bearers in the global Olympic Torch Relay during its stop in Los Angeles pose together with their torches in Dodger stadium. Shown are United States Olympic swimming gold medallist Janet Evans, actor Tom Cruise, WBC heavyweight boxing champion Vitali Klitschko and United States Olympic track and field gold medallist Rafer Johnson (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/16/2004
  • Photo: Boxer Vitali Klitschko, actor Tom Cruise, Olympian Rafer Johnson and Olympic gold medal swimmer Janet Evans pose after they ran the last leg of the Los Angeles portion of the Olympic Torch Relay inside Dodger Stadium (AP/Yahoo) 06/16/2004
  • Photo: Boxer Vitali Klitschko runs inside Dodger Stadium with the Olympic torch (AP/Yahoo) 06/16/2004
  • Czech keeper Lastuvka agrees Shakhtar Donetsk move (Reuters) 06/16/2004
  • Vercoutre heads to Strasbourg (UEFA) 06/16/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Qualifying Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/16/2004
  • Repellently sexy superstar [Putrov] (Daily Telegraph) 06/16/2004
  • Tennis: Women's USTA-Baylor All Saints Fort Worth Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/16/2004
  • SFS firefighter travels to joint drill in [Yavoriv] Ukraine test in disaster workshop (Whittier Daily News) 06/16/2004
  • Commentary: Ukraine's steel deal [Kryvorizhstal] (Financial Times) 06/16/2004
  • Basketball: NBA 2004 draft prospect: Sergei Lishouk (sir-GAY Leesh-CHUK) (NBA) 06/16/2004
  • Yanukovych advocates phased economic integration within CES [Common Economic Spac] and CIS [Commonwealthh of Independent States] (Interfax) 06/16/2004
  • Ukrainian Government to Carve Canal Through Europe’s Most Important Bird Breeding Ground (UN Observer) 06/16/2004
  • Resort stages fun day for Chernobyl disaster children (ic NorthWales) 06/16/2004
  • Back to the future: new US-Russia arms race (CS Monitor) 06/16/2004
  • Mt. Carmel senior [Stan Prokopenk] makes his mark as scholar, artist and animator (San Diego Union-Tribune) 06/16/2004
  • [Pagedown] Ooh, Canada! New top model [supermodel Daria Werbowy: the new face of Gucci] (NY Daily News) 06/16/2004
  • Our Neighbors - The Ukrainians [Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 06/16/2004
  • Jury finds no guilt in shipped cocaine; Sixteen men from Ukraine and Lithuania are free a year after nearly 4 tons of the drug were found on their freighter (St. Petersburg Times (Florida)) 06/16/2004
  • America's Silliest World-Historical Figure. The Child Monarch [Ronald Reagan: because Chernobyl is the Ukrainian word for 'wormwood' and Wormwood is the name of a flashing star in the Book of Revelation, the accident at the Soviet nuclear plant was a harbinger of Armageddon.] (The New Republic) 06/16/2004
  • 9/11 Panel Finds No Collaboration Between Iraq, Al Qaeda; Findings Contradict Comments by Cheney, Bush (Wash Post) 06/16/2004
  • Sept. 11 Commission Report Says Iraq Rebuffed Al Qaeda (AP/NY Times) 06/16/2004
  • A nasty business in Ukraine. If Ukraine wants to send out a danger signal to foreign investors, it's going about it in the right way [Kryvorizhstal] (BBC) 06/16/2004
  • God's Envy [Ukraine's shadow economy] (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/16/2004
  • Ukraine announces it will continue to destroy rocket fuel [Program for disposal of residual solid rocket fuel no longer in US interests] (AP/ENN) 06/16/2004
  • Kuchma calls for Parliament-Government commission to push through economic reform (Interfax) 06/16/2004
  • Presidential Election Campaign to Start in Ukraine on July 3 – CEC (UNIAN) 06/16/2004
  • Central Election Commission: official start of presidential campaign is July 3 (Interfax) 06/16/2004
  • Kryvorizhstal: “strays” among patriots (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/16/2004
  • CPU Leader [Petro Symonenko] Wants to Return to Idea of President’s Election by Parliament (UNIAN) 06/16/2004
  • CES integration will help create stable development zone, says Premier [] (Interfax) 06/16/2004

  • Photo: Detroit Pistons forward Rasheed Wallace celebrates as Los Angeles Lakers center Shaquille O'Neal, forward Stanislav Medvedenko and guard Gary Payton walk off the court (AP/Yahoo) 06/15/2004
  • Photo: Detroit Pistons’ Chauncey Billiups goes around Los Angeles Lakers’ Slava Medvedenko (AP/Yahoo) 06/15/2004
  • Photo: Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant is defended by Detroit Pistons forward Mehmet Okur and forward Tayshaun Prince. In the background are Lakers forward Stanislav Medvedenko and Pistons center Ben Wallace (AP/Yahoo) 06/15/2004
  • Medvedenko scores early to fill void; 10 first-half points for Malone stand-in (LA Daily News) 06/15/2004
  • Photo: Sergij Grin, Sergij Bilushtchenko, Oleg Likov and Leonid Shaposhnikov of Ukraine compete in the final of the men's quadruple sculls at the Olympic Qualification Regatta on Lake Rotsee near Lucerne. Team Ukraine won the race and qualified for the upcoming Olympic Summer Games in Athens (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/15/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Qualifying Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/15/2004
  • Tennis: Women's USTA-Baylor All Saints Fort Worth Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/15/2004
  • Aгентство з моделювання ситуацiй про кандидата Януковича (VOA) 06/15/2004
  • Перед виборами Верховна Рада до справи Гонгадзе не повернеться (VOA) 06/15/2004
  • Передвиборчу команду Ющенка очолив колишнiй есдек Зiнченко (VOA) 06/15/2004
  • Пристрастi навколо продажу Криворiжсталi не вщухають (VOA) 06/15/2004
  • ICFTU keeps an eye on trade union activity in Eastern Europe [from 6/9/04] (ICFTU) 06/15/2004
  • The Great Ukrainian from Oklahoma, or “The Verkhovna Rada Basements” [James Mace] (День) 06/15/2004
  • A Canadian Treasure, Now Available to the Public. The Kurelek Campaign for Care to enhance the quality of life for seniors FOTO/S (BRAMA) 06/15/2004
  • UCCA tours Ukrainian communities in southern U.S. states FOTO/S (BRAMA) 06/15/2004
  • Розв'язання конфлікту пам'ятника Тарасові Шевченку у Будапешті [УВКР] (BRAMA) 06/15/2004
  • Orthodox (UOC-Moscow Patriarchate) parishioners in Transcarpathia Beat Two Greek Catholic Priests (RISU) 06/15/2004
  • Editor of Ukrainian news agency UNIAN and friend cruelly beaten in Kyiv (UNIAN) 06/15/2004
  • “Our Ukraine” Conducts Successful Negotiations About Creation of Election Coalition, Including with Centrists – Yushchenko (UNIAN) 06/15/2004
  • Ukrainian Deputy Speaker [Oleksandr Zinchenko] to run Yushchenko's campaign during the presidential election (Ukrayinska Pravda) 06/15/2004
  • Victor Yushchenko discussed bilateral cooperation issues with Russia's Ambassador Chornomyrdin (Ukrayinska Pravda) 06/15/2004
  • Yanukovych urges for changing CES countries' commodity production structure (Interfax) 06/15/2004
  • Ukrainian PM optimistic about Common Economic Space [Stepping up integration processes...] (Interfax) 06/15/2004
  • Kuchma calls for drafting new VAT bill to cut tax rate to 15% [down from 20%] (Interfax) 06/15/2004
  • Securities, prosecutors to control Tax Administration activity - Kuchma (Interfax) 06/15/2004
  • The James That We Don’t Know. June 11 marks forty days since the passing of James Mace, our colleague and friend (День) 06/15/2004
  • Forest Song' uses puppets, dancers to pull at our heartstrings (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 06/15/2004
  • Thyroid cancer high since Chernobyl; Researchers found a 12-fold increase in thyroid cancer in women in Belarus since the April 1986 Chernobyl nuclear power plant explosion in neighboring Ukraine (Big News Network) 06/15/2004
  • Piano professor to stand trial on child sex charges (Sydney Morning Herald) 06/15/2004
  • Pagedown to: Privatization, Ukrainina style [Kryvorizhstal] (RFE/RL) 06/15/2004
  • LNM loses bid for Ukraine steel plant, asks Ukrainian government to investigate tender; winning bid was much lower than amount offered by LNM. (Rediff) 06/15/2004
  • James Mace’s Role in Exposing Stalin’s Greatest Crime (День) 06/15/2004
  • Russia may start collecting VAT in petroleum product trade with Ukraine under 'destination country' principle beginning from 2005 - Yanukovych (Interfax) 06/15/2004
  • Ukraine fails to fully comply with trafficking elimination standards, but making significant efforts to do so - US Department of State Report (Interfax) 06/15/2004
  • Bulgaria Faces Criticism over Traffic in People (Novinite) 06/15/2004
  • Торгівля жінками: ситуація в Україні (VOA) 06/15/2004
  • Віктор Пінчук купив Криворіжсталь (VOA) 06/15/2004
  • Конституційна реформа знову відкладається (VOA) 06/15/2004
  • Dance: Onegin [Putrov] (Financial Times) 06/15/2004
  • Tennis: Encouraging display fuels Baltacha on voyage back to form (Independent) 06/15/2004
  • Outside Influence. NBA Finals being broadcast in 39 languages translates into big-time international drawing power (LA Times) 06/15/2004
  • Ukraine sells off biggest steel business [Kryvorizhstal] (Financial Times) 06/15/2004
  • Artificial cornea restores patient's vision (Contra Costa Times) 06/15/2004
  • Trial begins in mother's death (Journal News) 06/15/2004
  • Grassroots organizations are ready to assume the social functions of the state. Is the state ready for this? [Plast, SUM...] (День) 06/15/2004
  • Jack Palance Rejects Russian Award. Declaring “I’m Ukrainian, not Russian,” Palance walks out of Russian Film Festival in Hollywood (День) 06/15/2004
  • US to deport ex-Nazi camp guard. 80-year-old New Yorker who worked as a guard at a Nazi-run labour camp is to be deported to his native Ukraine [Jakiw Palij] (BBC) 06/15/2004
  • Nazi Camp Guard, Now 80, Ordered Deported From Queens [Jakiw Palij] (AP/WNBC) 06/15/2004
  • Supremes To Foreigners: Get Your Own Courts [ruling involves a lawsuit by vitamin buyers in the Ukraine, Australia, Ecuador, and Panama] (Forbes) 06/15/2004
  • Commentary: Europe's new fault line (Wash Times) 06/15/2004
  • Letter: A Stalinist Torture Tactic (Wash Post) 06/15/2004
  • Skills shortage drives trade in keen beans from overseas [Some of the bank's best candidates for graduate recruitment were from Poland and Ukraine...] (Financial Times) 06/15/2004
  • Karaites [a mysterious people of Turkish origin and a Judaic sectarian faith] struggle to keep centuries-old culture alive in Ukraine (AFP/Yahoo) 06/15/2004
  • The Museum of Historical Jewelry: Scythians — Kyivan Rus’ — the 14th-20th centuries (День) 06/15/2004

  • Trafficking in Persons Report - pagedown to Ukraine Tier 2 [The Government of Ukraine does not yet fully comply with minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking...] (USDOS) 06/14/2004
  • Tennis: WTA Tour Hastings Direct Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/14/2004
  • Roman Catholic Bishop of Paris Visits Lviv (RISU) 06/14/2004
  • Tribunal Excommunicates Lefebvrite Priest from Greek Catholic Church (RISU) 06/14/2004
  • Athletics: Ziolkowski ready to defend his title in Athens (IAAF) 06/14/2004
  • Kryvorizhstal tender conducted lawfully, says SPF head (Interfax) 06/14/2004
  • Володимир Полохало: Янукович визрів як несамостійний політик (Політична думка) 06/14/2004
  • Chairman's statement: Meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission (NATO) 06/14/2004
  • Погляди Москви на українськi вибори (VOA) 06/14/2004
  • World Bandura Promoter Returns to Lviv (Mykola Dosinchuk-Chorny) FOTO/S (BRAMA) 06/14/2004
  • Kryvorizhstal sold for $779M [United States Steel Corp. of Pittsburgh criticized the decision] (The Deal) 06/14/2004
  • Accused Nazi guard ordered deported [Jakiw Palij] (NY Newsday) 06/14/2004
  • Broadview Media Announces New Board Member [Robert A. Kramarczuk] (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 06/14/2004
  • Court Blocks Foreign Price-Fixing Suits [Companies based in Australia, Ecuador, Panama and Ukraine wanted to use U.S. antitrust laws to pursue damages; claimed they were overcharged for vitamins beginning in the late 1980s] (AP/Yahoo) 06/14/2004
  • President Vladimir Putin of Russia has approved a Ukrainian compensation offer over the accidental downing of an airliner en route from Israel in 2001 (BBC) 06/14/2004
  • Antitrust Laws Don't Cover Foreign Cases [US Judge dismissed the lawsuit filed in 2000 by Australia, Ecuador, Panama and Ukraine to recover billions of dollars in overcharges from vitamin cartel] (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/14/2004
  • A Triumph of Hope and Hype: Ukraine may be safe from a repeat of its diplomatic embarrassment at the Prague NATO summit, but ahead of the Istanbul summit, its blithe disregard for NATO concerns continues (Transitions Online) 06/14/2004
  • Scandal over Ukraine steel sale. A company owned by the son-in-law of Ukraine's President Leonid Kuchma has won a tender to buy Kryvorizhstal, the country's biggest steel plant (BBC) 06/14/2004
  • Three-time MP in for a fight [Dumansky, a proud Ukrainian-Canadian...] (Toronto Star) 06/14/2004
  • Sport in Brief (Daily Telegraph) 06/14/2004
  • Swimming: Parry and Marshall raising hopes of success (The Times) 06/14/2004
  • Salty snacks set out East (Warsaw Business Journal) 06/14/2004
  • Kryvorizhstal sold for UAH 4.26 billion, announces SPF (Interfax) 06/14/2004
  • State Property Fund, Investment-Metallurgical Union sign agreement on Kryvorizhstal sale (Interfax) 06/14/2004
  • CIS new executive secretary Rushailo comes in Kyiv for talks on Commonwealth problems (Interfax) 06/14/2004
  • Ukraine not yet ready to enter NATO, says Kuchma (Interfax) 06/14/2004
  • Seminar Jun 16-17: European standards on election coverage [Soumy, Ukraine] (IJNet) 06/14/2004
  • State Department program brings delegation of Russian [Ukrainian and Uzbek] scientists to UCSC (UCSC Currents) 06/14/2004
  • Kyiv to host General Assembly of International Women's Council in 2006 (Interfax) 06/14/2004
  • From Russia as 'slaves' (NY Daily News) 06/14/2004
  • Sri Lanka takes on call girls [Four Ukrainian women were rounded up by a police team last week...] (News24) 06/14/2004
  • Fewer Traffic Problems [Women are trafficked into Kosovo predominantly from Moldova, Bulgaria, and Ukraine...] (Transitions Online) 06/14/2004

  • FYI: Daily U.S. Military Deaths in Iraq (AP/Yahoo) 06/13/2004
  • FYI: Iraq Body Count (Website) 06/13/2004
  • Oil brings new sparkle to Caspian Sea [The Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko was exiled here in the nineteenth century for writing a poem against the Tsar.] (BBC) 06/13/2004
  • Photo: Detroit Pistons forward Rasheed Wallace celebrates a basket as Los Angeles Lakers forward Stanislav Medvedenko turns away (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/13/2004
  • Photo: Los Angeles Lakers guard Devean George helps separate forward Slava Medvedenko and Detroit Pistons forward Rasheed Wallace (AP/Yahoo) 06/13/2004
  • Photo: Los Angeles Lakers forward Slava Medvedenko and Detroit Pistons forward Rasheed Wallace face each other during a confrontation in the third quarter (AP/Yahoo) 06/13/2004
  • Photo: Detroit Pistons Rasheed Wallace and Los Angeles Lakers Stanislav Medvedenko shove each other during second half action (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/13/2004
  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 4 - Day 2 Results & Report (Swim News) 06/13/2004
  • Пошук Європи: подорож із кінокамерою (Потяг-76) 06/13/2004
  • Russian-speaking teens feel estranged from Israel (Ha'aretz) 06/13/2004
  • Gossip column: [Actor Hugh Grant] ruined me [Ukranian-born Dana...is more than just a friend of the actor] (Sunday Mirror) 06/13/2004

  • Ukraine: Integrity Assessment (Center for Public Integrity) 06/12/2004
  • Ukraine gets a 'weak' rating in the Public Integrity Index (Center for Public Integrity) 06/12/2004
  • Fuel and Energy Ministry dismisses Chornobyl NPP director Neretin [appointed Anatoliy Hora acting director] (Interfax) 06/12/2004
  • У Києві на одному дереві повісилися дівчина та двоє її знайомих (УНІАН) 06/12/2004
  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 4 - Day 1 Results (Swim News) 06/12/2004
  • Swimming: Gibson seeks to underline Olympic bid (The Times) 06/12/2004
  • Lee Wins Bronze at N.Y. Fencing Event (AP/Yahoo) 06/12/2004
  • New York Grand Prix of Fencing Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/12/2004
  • What are the Klitschko Brothers doing in New York? FOTO/S (BRAMA) 06/12/2004
  • US Air Force family gives two Chernobyl children health, hope [from 5/20/04] (Air Force Link) 06/12/2004

  • Photo: Heavyweight boxers Vitali Klitschko and his brother Wladimir Klitschko of the Ukraine pose in Times Square, New York June 11, 2004. Vitali, the World Boxing Council Heavyweight champion, won the crown after knocking out South African Corrie Sanders, and plans to make the first defense of his belt in September. Vitali will throw out the first pitch at the New York Yankee's baseball game on June 12 (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/11/2004
  • Відомий американський теле- та кіноактор Джек Паланс відмовився прийняти нагороду на фестивалі російських фільмів у Голівуді, і ще й залишив залу на знак протесту, заявивши 'Я українець, а не росіянин!' (BBC Ukrainian) 06/11/2004
  • The Laundry Bill [Pavel Lazarenko claimed his fortune was legal, but a U.S. court has found him guilty of laundering $114 million and 28 other charges.] (Transitions Online) 06/11/2004
  • Newport goes Hollywood: Painting with Sasha (East Bay) 06/11/2004
  • Fedir Yaroshenko becomes new leader of State Tax Administration of Ukraine (Interfax) 06/11/2004
  • The Black Economy -- How Can You Measure What Is Hidden? (RFE/RL) 06/11/2004
  • Photo: Pau forward Ukrainian Artur Drozdov goes up for a basket in front of Gravelines defenders Ricardo Greer of the Dominican Republic and Igor Perica of Croatia (AFP/Yahoo) 06/11/2004
  • Come and stay beyond the Fringe (Glasgow Herald) 06/11/2004
  • Athletics: Abeylegesse obliterates the women's 5000m World record in Bergen ­ TDK Golden League (IAAF) 06/11/2004
  • Athletics: Abeylegesse breaks 5,000 world record, Canadian Felicien second in hurdles (CP/Yahoo) 06/11/2004
  • Athletics: Abeylegesse smashes women's 5,000m world record (AFP/Yahoo) 06/11/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF Bislett Games Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/11/2004
  • Cycling: Dauphine Libere Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/11/2004
  • Edinburgh Fringe line-up unveiled (BBC News) 06/11/2004
  • Ukraine accuses NATO assembly of interfering in its affairs (AFP/SpaceWar) 06/11/2004
  • Ukrainian Tax Chief [Yuriy Kravchenko] Resigns Under Pressure (RFE/RL) 06/11/2004
  • Політична ситуація напередодні початку президентської передвиборчої кампанії (Полiтична думка) 06/11/2004
  • Canadian Ukrainians want to know candidates' positions on key issues (BRAMA) 06/11/2004
  • Memoirs and medicine mesh together for a view of 20th century developments in 'A Surgeon's Universe' by Andrew S. Olearchyk, M.D. [Book] (BRAMA) 06/11/2004
  • Pavel Rezvoy lands in Cuba. Check your GPS and satellite phones at the pier... (Ocean Rowing Society) 06/11/2004
  • FYI: The u-turn that saved the Gipper [Ronald Reagan] [from 6/10/04] (Guardian) 06/11/2004
  • Presidential administration says NATO parliament assembly call for Kuchma to stay out of presidential election is 'interference' (Interfax) 06/11/2004
  • FYI: Arming Iraq: A Chronology of U.S. Involvement [Donald Rumsfeld -Reagan's Envoy- provided Iraq with chemical & biological weapons] (Iran Chamber Society) 06/11/2004
  • FYI: Rumsfeld 'offered help to Saddam' [In 1983, Ronald Reagan signed a secret order instructing the administration to do 'whatever was necessary and legal' to prevent Iraq losing the war.] (Guardian) 06/11/2004
  • FYI: Reagan Played Decisive Role in Saddam Hussein's Survival in Iran-Iraq War (AFP/Common Dreams) 06/11/2004
  • East: Reagan Leaves Complex Legacy In Former Soviet Bloc [from 6/10/04] (RFE/RL) 06/11/2004
  • White House Speechwriters: Rhetoric in Times of Crisis [see: Tony Snow, author of Bush Sr. 'Chicken Kiev' speech] (Council on Foreign Relations) 06/11/2004
  • Five women die as car hits truck [Greece] (Kathimerini) 06/11/2004
  • At conference of Ukrainian Jews, [Viktor Yuschenko] courts the Jewish vote [from 6/10/04] (JTA) 06/11/2004
  • [Presidential administration] Considers NATO's Communique Intermingling into Internal Affairs of Ukraine (UNIAN) 06/11/2004
  • Screen Appoints Printing Systems As Its New Distributor in Ukraine (Electronic Publishing) 06/11/2004
  • Optimus to optimize operations through Ukrainian computer producer purchase (Warsaw Business Journal) 06/11/2004
  • Kuchma Has Accepted Resignation of State Tax Administration Chairman Kravchenko (UNIAN) 06/11/2004
  • Kuchma accepts resignation of State Tax Administration head [Yuriy Kravchenko] (Interfax) 06/11/2004
  • Kuchma to pass decree blasting government work on VAT (Interfax) 06/11/2004
  • Kuchma satisfied with cooperation with Russia [CES - Common Economic Space] (Interfax) 06/11/2004
  • Kuchma promising to examine growth of metal prices in Ukraine (Interfax) 06/11/2004
  • Держдепартамент США визнає помилки в оцінцках тероризму (BBC Ukrainian) 06/11/2004
  • Позовів щодо приватизації 'Криворіжсталі' побільшає (BBC Ukrainian) 06/11/2004
  • США намагаються повернути своїх мовникiв в український ФМ-ефiр (VOA) 06/11/2004
  • Патрiархат для українських католикiв: пiдтримка є, термiну немає (VOA) 06/11/2004
  • Новi звинувачення на адресу Юлiї Тимошенко (VOA) 06/11/2004
  • Спецiальний репортаж: прощання з президентом Рейґаном (VOA) 06/11/2004
  • Locals invited to take part in Caricature Contest [Association of Caricaturists of Ukraine organising Fourth International Caricature Contest with the theme 'Independence & Terrorism'] (Borneo Bulletin) 06/11/2004
  • A strategic vote? Riding tends to elect progressives (Toronto Star) 06/11/2004

  • Public Prosecutor's Office urges parliament to strip immunity of Yulia Tymoshenko [Bribery charges] (Interfax) 06/10/2004
  • Prosecutor sees progress in Gongadze case [no clarification of the progress provided in this report] (Interfax) 06/10/2004
  • Українська жiнка - тема парламентських слухань (VOA) 06/10/2004
  • Most of the youth of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union are not optimistic -- social services have collapsed and life expectancy is down (Prague Post) 06/10/2004
  • Russia Launches Military Satellite [Ukrainian-made Zenit-2 rocket carrying the Kosmos-2406 satellite lifted off from the Russian launch complex in Kazakhstan at 5:28 a.m Moscow time] (AP/Yahoo) 06/10/2004
  • Ukraine wants to raise price of imported gas (Interfax) 06/10/2004
  • Ukraine says Russian MTS could lose UMC stake (Reuters) 06/10/2004
  • JV Ukrainian Mobile Communication (UMC) sale was lawful, Chechetov (Interfax) 06/10/2004
  • Tender for Kryvorizhstal sale will be held as scheduled, says SPF (Interfax) 06/10/2004
  • Tata Steel withdraws Ukraine mill bid (Sify) 06/10/2004
  • Photo: Los Angeles Lakers forward Stanislav Medvedenko battles Detroit Pistons guard Chauncey Billups and center Elden Campbell (AP/Yahoo) 06/10/2004
  • Photo: Detroit Pistons' Lindsey Hunter and Los Angeles Lakers' Stanislav Medvedenko get tangled up (AP/Yahoo) 06/10/2004
  • Photo: Detroit Pistons' Elden Campbell goes to the basket as Los Angeles Lakers' Stanislav Medvedenko looks on (AP/Yahoo) 06/10/2004
  • Photo: Detroit Pistons' Richard Hamilton goes over Los Angeles Lakers' Stanislav Medvedenko (AP/Yahoo) 06/10/2004
  • Photo: Andriy Serdinov from Ukraine swims the men's 100 metres butterfly at the Barcelona Swimming Championships (Reuters) 06/10/2004
  • Photo: Yana Klochkova from Ukraine swims the women's 400 metres individual medley at the Barcelona Swimming Championships (Reuters) 06/10/2004
  • Canadian Joanne Malar wins bronze at Mare Nostrum swimming meet (CP/Yahoo) 06/10/2004
  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 3 - Day 2 Results (Swim News) 06/10/2004
  • Sports Round-up (Daily Telegraph) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF wants Montgomery case settled before Athens Olympics (AFP/Yahoo) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: No Letter for Pintusevich-Block (Wash Post) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: USADA action has cast a shadow of doubt over Bekele’s run (Glasgow Herald) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: Phillips - 8.28 Long Jump and 10.22 100m - in Luzern (IAAF) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: Schultz takes a step forward in Cottbus (IAAF) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: Holm - close miss at 2.36m (IAAF) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: TDK Golden League ­ Bergen Preview (IAAF) 06/10/2004
  • New York Grand Prix of Fencing Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/10/2004
  • Tennis: WTA Tour DFS Classic Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/10/2004
  • Vitali Klitschko hopes for re-bout with Lennox Lewis (AP/NDTV) 06/10/2004
  • Honor coming to student [he did the planning of a mock trial in which Ukraine brought suit against Russia] (Intelligencer Record) 06/10/2004
  • Ukrainian comedy on menu [Off Broadway Dinner Theatre presents: Baba and Gido's Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary] (Star Phoenix) 06/10/2004

  • Rebrov 'will fight for Spurs place' (Guardian) 06/09/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko and his wife Debbie take part in a victory parade in Tampa (AP/Yahoo) 06/09/2004
  • Rebrov keen to impress (BBC Sport) 06/09/2004
  • Photo: Yana Klochkova from Ukraine swims during the women's 200 metres individual medley at the Barcelona Swimming Championships (Reuters) 06/09/2004
  • Victoria swimmer Say just off Canadian record in Mare Nostrum win (CP/Yahoo) 06/09/2004
  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 3 - Day 1 Results (Swim News) 06/09/2004
  • Athletics: Dragila denied world record (BBC Sport) 06/09/2004
  • Athletics: Anti-Doping Agency Seeks More Answers from Jones (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/09/2004
  • Athletics: Montgomery named in US doping probe (AFP/Yahoo) 06/09/2004
  • Jewish scholar-editor Morris Schappes dies at 9 [born in what is now Ukraine, Schappes joined the Communist Party in 1934] (AP/Newsday) 06/09/2004
  • Kuchma: Main Problem of Ukraine in WTO Entrance Is Non-Adoption of Intellectual Property Law by Supreme Rada (UNIAN) 06/09/2004
  • Kuchma Advises Yanukovych, As Possible Presidential Candidate, Not to Try to Please Anybody (UNIAN) 06/09/2004
  • Kuchma doubts Yanukovych's rating has fallen (Interfax) 06/09/2004
  • VR Chairman Lytvyn Appointed Head of National Agricultural Party of Ukraine (UNIAN) 06/09/2004
  • Ukraine goes to court to stop mobile sale to MTS [Russia's biggest mobile operator] (Reuters) 06/09/2004
  • High-level informal talks with Ukraine in Warsaw (NATO) 06/09/2004
  • NATO and Ukraine sign agreement on strategic airlift (NATO) 06/09/2004
  • Kuchma sure CES [Common Economic Space] members will deepen ties (Interfax) 06/09/2004
  • Ukraine wants to become WTO member soon, help other CES [Common Economic Space] members join later, says Kuchma (Interfax) 06/09/2004
  • Призначено нового губернатора Вінниччини. Ним став член фракції СДПУ(о) Григорій Калетник. (BBC Ukrainian) 06/09/2004
  • Klezmer Summit: Celebrating Jewish soul music [San Diego] (North County Times) 06/09/2004
  • FATF to consider observer status for Ukraine in June [Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering] (Interfax) 06/09/2004
  • Law on Alternative to Military Service Comes into Effect (RISU) 06/09/2004
  • Ukraine To Seek Lazarenko's Extradition (RFE/RL) 06/09/2004
  • Ukraine's prosecutor says Lazarenko should be tried at home (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/09/2004
  • Wind Electric Station and Fish Processing Plant to Be Built on Tuzla - Kuchma (UNIAN) 06/09/2004
  • Ukraine names six bidders for largest steel mill [Kryvorizhstal] (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/09/2004
  • Arcelor decides not to bid for Ukraine steel mill [Kryvorizhstal] (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/09/2004
  • Raiffeisenbank Ukraine to increase charter capital (Interfax) 06/09/2004
  • Чергова прес-конференцiя президента Кучми (VOA) 06/09/2004
  • Спецiальний репортаж: американцi прощають президента (VOA) 06/09/2004
  • Генпрокуратура хоче екстрадиції Лазаренка (BBC Ukrainian) 06/09/2004
  • На Тузлі побудують вітряк і 'переробний заводик'. Леонід Кучма сказав, що на острові побудують рибнопереробний завод та вітряну установку (BBC Ukrainian) 06/09/2004
  • Kapusta -/- Капуста (Peta India) 06/09/2004
  • Florida Ukrainians observe D-Day, remember Reagan [Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 06/09/2004
  • 40th Anniversary Commemoration of Shevchenko Monument to take place in Washington, DC [UCCA] (BRAMA) 06/09/2004
  • New Primate for the Orthodox Church of Canada, Ukrainian Autocephalous Mission Archeparchy (BRAMA) 06/09/2004
  • Ukrainian-made MiG-27 Air force jet crashes in Sri Lanka (AFP/Spacewar) 06/09/2004
  • Op-Ed: The new world must not be based on might [Stalin walked away with the whole of Eastern Europe under his belt...Reagan was just another Cold Warrior] (South Africa Mercury) 06/09/2004
  • Reagan: The Man Who Brought Down 'That Wall' [Commentary by Paul M. Weyrich] (Washington Dispatch) 06/09/2004
  • Ex-Soviet Immigrants Praise Reagan (AP/Guardian) 06/09/2004
  • Colorful fairy drama adds a green message [Lesia Ukrainka's 'Forest Song' (Lisova Pisnia)] (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 06/09/2004
  • Welcome to Ukrainian poetry (Poetry International Web) 06/09/2004
  • Україна на Poetry International (Потяг 76) 06/09/2004
  • Severstal offers $1.2 bn for Kryvorizhstal (Interfax) 06/09/2004
  • 38 years blind, man rejoices in gift of sight (Sacramento Bee) 06/09/2004
  • It’s worth harnessing kick of horseradish [thought to be native to southern Russia and the eastern Ukraine] (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette) 06/09/2004
  • Athletics: USADA Puts Five On Notice (Wash Post) 06/09/2004
  • Hockey: Players Plan Their Day With The Cup (Tampa Tribune) 06/09/2004
  • Президент хоче 'подивитися на Україну без Кучми' (УНІАН) 06/09/2004
  • Kuchma again says he won't run for third term (Interfax) 06/09/2004
  • Kuchma denies future presidential election will be invalidated (Interfax) 06/09/2004
  • Photo: A US serviceman in protective clothes provides medical assistance during international drills at Shklo railway station in Lviv region in Western Ukraine, June 9, 2004. The Rough and Ready 2004 exercises were organized to train international search and rescue operations and involved about 500 military personnel from Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Uzbekistan, the United States, and representatives from the U.N. and NATO (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/09/2004
  • Wild Child: The Story Of Feral Children (Discovery Channel Canada, 9 p.m. tonight) [...authorities in the Ukraine discovered Oxana Malaya, an 8-year-old girl who had spent five years living in a kennel with dogs] (Toronto Star) 06/09/2004

  • Hockey: No Doubt About Deal (Tampa Tribune) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko key addition for Cup (USA Today) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko proves Feaster right (NHL) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Back at home in front of net (St. Petersburg Times (Florida)) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko's Game Seven heroics could bring Cup to Iowa (Ticker/Yahoo) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning hoist coveted Cup for first NHL title (Miami Herald) 06/08/2004
  • Колишнi українськi дисиденти про Рональда Рейґана (VOA) 06/08/2004
  • Iнтерв`ю: наскiльки полiтика Рейґана причинилася до краху СРСР (VOA) 06/08/2004
  • Лист-спiвчуття Президента Кучми (VOA) 06/08/2004
  • Церемонiя державних похоронiв (VOA) 06/08/2004
  • Спецiальний репортаж: американцi прощають президента Рейґана (VOA) 06/08/2004
  • Jews Restore Damaged Graves in Kyiv (RISU) 06/08/2004
  • Athletics: Bekele smashes 10,000m World record in Ostrava (IAAF) 06/08/2004
  • Athletics: Felicien wins hurdles; American Dragila sets world women's pole vault record (CP/Yahoo) 06/08/2004
  • Athletics: Dragila Reclaims World Pole Vault Record (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/08/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF Super Grand Prix Golden Spike Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/08/2004
  • Athletics: On track for a great start to TDK Golden League in Bergen (IAAF) 06/08/2004
  • Athletics: Paul Koech best performer of this week's World Rankings (IAAF) 06/08/2004
  • Shevchenko and Inzaghi in tournament 'Absentees XI' (Reuters) 06/08/2004
  • Tennis: WTA Tour DFS Classic Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/08/2004
  • Tennis: Women's USTA-MECCO Cup Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/08/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko (Tampa Tribune) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Jubilant Fedotenko washes away trade, scar (St. Petersburg Times (Florida)) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning basking in the glow of Stanley Cup title (Ticker/Yahoo) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Tampa Bay Lightning beat Calgary to capture NHL crown (AFP/Yahoo) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning capture first Stanley Cup with 2-1 victory (Sun-Herald) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Cup goes South (Denver Post) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning put out Flames to win Stanley Cup Finals (Wash Times) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Bolts strike it rich (Philadelphia Inquirer) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Calgary's dream ends (National Post) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Bolts zap the Flames (Toronto Star) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Cinderella run ends in heartbreak for Flames as furious Game 7 rally can't prevent Lightning from winning Florida's first Stanley Cup (Edmonton Journal) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Nobody Enjoyed, Endured More Than Andreychuk (Tampa Tribune) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Bolts veteran has ray of hope (Globe and Mail) 06/08/2004
  • Photo: Servicemen in protective suits extinguish fire during drills at the Yavoriv military range in Lviv, Western Ukraine, June 8, 2004. The Rough and Ready 2004 exercises were organized to train international search and rescue operations and involved about 500 people from Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, the United States, and representatives from the U.N. and NATO (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/08/2004
  • Why Was Former Prime Minister Lazarenko Tried In The U.S.? (RFE/RL) 06/08/2004
  • Russia to raise crude supply to Ukrainian refineries 9.1% - ministerial talks (Interfax) 06/08/2004
  • SBU Ex-Director Derkach Carried Out Large Work to Protect Melnychenko's Life - Former Council of Ukraine to Munich (UNIAN) 06/08/2004
  • Semi-Democracy. The latest Ukrainian election has gone better than some had feared. (Transitions Online) 06/08/2004
  • Holodomor. Or why I respect UPA fighters (День) 06/08/2004
  • How Are Ukrainians Faring in Russia? Not Too Well, by All Accounts (День) 06/08/2004
  • Ukraine’s First Diaspora Department Created in Odesa (День) 06/08/2004
  • Another Prayer for Hetman Ivan Mazepa. Europe’s first monument to the Ukrainian hetman unveiled in Romania (День) 06/08/2004
  • Wesley Clark: Ukraine is a key state for Europe (День) 06/08/2004
  • Romano Prodi: “I did not make the statement attributed to me” (День) 06/08/2004
  • Ukraine must brace for the marketing wars (День) 06/08/2004
  • “We’re Not Pirates, But We’ve Been Fined $75 Million” [Global intellectual property rights] (День) 06/08/2004
  • Do You Want an English Lawn Outside the Window? (День) 06/08/2004
  • 'Nuclear Security in Ukraine: European Perspective' Round Table to Take Place in Brussels on June 10 (UNIAN) 06/08/2004
  • Summit is a huge global affair (SF Chronicle) 06/08/2004
  • Ukraine, NATO sign NATO-Ukraine Memorandum of Strategic Air Lift (Interfax) 06/08/2004
  • Six soldiers from Poland, Slovakia and Latvia killed defusing munitions in Iraq (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/08/2004
  • Forty armed Iranians stopped [by Ukrainian trooops] at Iraqi border (AFP/Pakistan Daily Times) 06/08/2004
  • Ukraine signs first contract for Iraq reconstruction, says Foreign Ministry (Interfax) 06/08/2004
  • [Slovakian President Rudolf] Schuster meets Ukrainian President Kuchma in Kiev (Slovensko) 06/08/2004
  • [Slovakian President Rudolf] Schuster says United Europe cannot come about without Ukraine (Interfax) 06/08/2004
  • Roh Cites Ukrainian Precedent for Possible Nuke Crisis Resolution (Yonhap News) 06/08/2004
  • South Korea wants to study Ukrainian experience in giving up nuclear weapons (Interfax) 06/08/2004
  • GUUAM [Georgia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Moldova] summit in Batumi postponed indefinitely (Interfax) 06/08/2004
  • Syria-Ukraine / Financial meetings (Estonia Times) 06/08/2004
  • Tajik journalists attend OSCE human trafficking workshop [led by Inter-Ukraine] (IJNet) 06/08/2004
  • Reaching Taras’s Heights [Shevchenko] (День) 06/08/2004
  • LNM Holdings, U.S.Steel bid for Kryvorizhstal (Interfax) 06/08/2004
  • Japan Ready to Invest $8 Billion in Ukrainian Companies (UNIAN) 06/08/2004
  • Japan said ready to invest $8 bln in promising Ukraine projects (Interfax) 06/08/2004
  • Government Proposes President to Create 'Coal Company of Ukraine' (UNIAN) 06/08/2004
  • Lytvyn to promote signing of new Ukraine-Finland agreement on mutual investment protection (Interfax) 06/08/2004
  • Eastern promise for outsourcing software (IST Results) 06/08/2004
  • Lightning electrify NHL (Sun-Sentinel) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Ruslan Fedotenko becomes first Ukrainian to win Stanley Cup (IIHF) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning Takes Its First Drink From Cup [Fedotenko] (NY Times) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning win Stanley Cup [Fedotenko] (BBC Sport) 06/08/2004
  • Court suspends tender for Kryvorizhstal (Interfax) 06/08/2004

  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (R) presents his Slovak counterpart Rudolf Schuster with the First degree state order of Yaroslav Mudry during a ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Kiev, June 7, 2004. Schuster is on one-day working visit to the country. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Canadian Ambassador Speaks on 200th Anniversary of Mennonites in Ukraine (RISU) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko, who scored the two winning goals against the Calgary Flames, hoists the Stanley Cup (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko hoists the Stanley Cup after they defeated the Calgary Flames 2-1 to win the NHL championship (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko hoists the Stanley Cup following game seven of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning captain Dave Andreychuk hoists the Stanley Cup (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa bay Lightning right winger Ruslan Fedotenko jumps over Calgary Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff during third period action (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko is surrounded by teammates Vincent Lecavalier, Cory Stillman, Dan Boyle after scoring against the Calgary Flames during second period (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning right winger Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates with teammates after scoring his team’s second goal against the Calgary Flames (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates his second goal (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Ruslan Fedotenko of the Tampa Bay Lightning celebrates with teammate Cory Stillman after scoring the team's second goal against the Calgary Flames (AFP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko is congratulated by teammates Jassen Cullimore, Cory Stillman and Vincent Lecavalier after scoring his team’s second goal (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko scores his second goal of the game past Calgary Flames goalie Miikka Kiprusoff (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Calgary Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff and Ville Nieminen watch the puck fly into the net on a goal by Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko during second period (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko's face is bruised and bloodied from a cross-check he received during the first period (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Members of the Tampa Bay Lightning celebrate a goal by right winger Ruslan Fedotenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Robyn Regehr of the Calgary Flames skates by Ruslan Fedotenko of the Tampa Bay Lightning is congratulated by teammates after scoring a goal during the first period (AFP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates his first period power play goal with teammate Pavel Kubina (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates his first period goal (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Calgary Flames Miikka Kiprusoff lets in a goal by Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko during first period action (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: A shot by Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko goes past the jersey of Calgary Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko runs into Calgary Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko the Game 7 hero with two goals as Lightning win Cup over Calgary (CP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Hockey: Tampa Bay Lightning beat Calgary to capture NHL crown (AFP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning Beat Flames to Win Stanley Cup (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning Claim Stanley Cup with Game Seven Win (Reuters) 06/07/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko scores twice to give Lightning lead after two periods (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/07/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko says he's okay (St. Petersburg Times (Florida)) 06/07/2004
  • Athletics: Sposob increases World season lead with 2.34m leap in Bydgoszcz (IAAF) 06/07/2004
  • France's Vieira ready for England (AFP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Athletics: French double in Arles with victories for Hernu and Collonvillй (IAAF) 06/07/2004
  • Athletics: Bekele's 10,000m appearance heads impressive programme - Ostrava Preview (IAAF) 06/07/2004
  • Tennis: WTA Tour DFS Classic Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/07/2004
  • Cycling: Dauphine Libere Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/07/2004
  • NATO Signs Agreement On Use Of Ukrainian Aircraft (RFE/RL) 06/07/2004
  • Україна і НАТО підписали меморандум (BBC Ukrainian) 06/07/2004
  • British 'heavyweight' weighs in on Ukraine elections - By Tony Leliw SPECIAL (BRAMA) 06/07/2004
  • Poetry in Kyiv by Yara Arts: 'kolo nas' ('round us') (BRAMA) 06/07/2004
  • Book investigating death of journalist Gongadze now released in Ukrainian - 'OBEZHOLOVLENYI' (BEHEADED) (BRAMA) 06/07/2004
  • Overwhelming political support for redress to Chinese and Ukrainian Canadians [UCCLA] (BRAMA) 06/07/2004
  • Ukrainian Energy Minister, US, French, British Ambassadors discuss nuclear power industry issues (Interfax) 06/07/2004
  • Szmura’s Room, By Alexandar Hemon [Chicago Ukrainians, Fiction] (New Yorker) 06/07/2004
  • Op-Ed: Ronald Reagan (NY Times) 06/07/2004
  • Opening Remarks by NATO Secretary General, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, NATO-Ukraine high level consultations (NATO) 06/07/2004
  • NATO-Ukraine meet to boost ties (AFP/SpaceWar) 06/07/2004
  • Brussels conference discusses Ukraine's place in wider Europe (Interfax) 06/07/2004
  • Schengen border is no obstacle to Ukraine-Slovakia cooperation - Schuster (Interfax) 06/07/2004
  • FYI: Schengen agreement [From 4/30/2001] (BBC) 06/07/2004
  • FYI: EU Enlargement & Schengen Border Regimes [Conflict Studies Research Centre][PDF format, March 2001] (UK Defence Academy) 06/07/2004
  • The Shadow of Victory [The political struggle in Ukraine has long ceased to be a confrontation of personalities or a competition between platforms] (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/07/2004
  • Tit for tat [...clumsy efforts to brush off Yanukovych’s onetime convictions...] (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/07/2004
  • Warm welcome, failed farewell [American retired General Wesley K. Clark in Kyiv] (Дзеркало Тижня) 06/07/2004
  • UkrSpecExport [denies] that it has won contract for supply of $78m worth of equipment to Iraq (Interfax) 06/07/2004
  • Washington Wants German Support for Iraq UN Resolution (Deutsche Welle) 06/07/2004
  • Ukrainian pianist wins at Montreal International Music Competition [Sergei Salov] (Globe and Mail) 06/07/2004
  • A milestone graduation. High school diploma was lifetime challenge for Yelena Davidenko (Everett Daily Herald) 06/07/2004
  • TEDO-Ukraine in pact for tech transfer (Sify) 06/07/2004
  • Foreign Affairs Minister Meets with Apostolic Nuncio (RISU) 06/07/2004
  • Orthodox (UOC-Moscow Patriarchate) in Rivne Picket Administration Demanding Church Building (RISU) 06/07/2004
  • Racist attack on Ukrainian condemned (Belfast Telegraph) 06/07/2004

  • An Epic Voyage: world's oldest ocean rower, Ukrainian Pavel Rezvoy, crosses Atlantic SPECIAL (BRAMA) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Willy Sagnol and Claude Makelele struggle with Ukraine's Oleksandr Kosyrin at the Stade de France (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Thierry Henry is challenged by Ukraine's captain Anatoliy Tymoshchuk and Mykhailo Starostyak (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Robert Pires is tackled by Ukraine's Oleh Husyev (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Louis Saha is challenged by Ukraine's captain Anatoliy Tymoshchuk and Volodymyr Yeserskiy (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Oleh Husyev duels for the ball with France's Bixente Lizarazu (AP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Thierry Henry fights for the ball with Ukraine's Oleh Shelayev and Volodymyr Yeserskiy (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Bixente Lizarazu is tackled by Ukraine's Oleh Husyev (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Zinedine Zidane fights for the ball with Ukraine's Mykhailo Starostyak (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Frenchman Robert Pires battles Ukrainian Oleh Shelayev for the ball (AFP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Bixente Lizarazu jumps beside Ukraine's Mykhailo Starostyak (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Mickael Silvestre jumps for the ball with his team-mate Lilian Thuram and Ukraine's Andriy Vorobey (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Frenchman Thierry Henry battles Ukrainians Anatoliy Tymoshchuk and Serhiy Fedorov (AFP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Zinedine Zidane struggles with Ukraine's Mykhailo Starostyak (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Patrick Vieira duels for the ball with Ukraine's Ruslan Rotan (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Zinedine Zidane is tackled by Ukraine's Oleh Husyev during their international friendly (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Zinedine Zidane vies with Ukraine's Oleh Husyev (AFP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • France coach Santini praises players' resolve (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Zidane volley earns France victory in final Euro 2004 warm-up (AFP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Zidane grabs late winner for France (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Zidane stars for France (BBC Sport) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Gold medalist Russian Alina Kabaeva, silver medalist Anna Bessonova of Ukraine and bronze medalist Russian Irina Chaschina - European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship in Kiev (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Anna Bessonova performs with the clubs during the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship in Kiev (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Anna Bessonova of Ukraine dances with the hoop during the all-round individual competition at the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship in Kiev (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Natalia Godunko of Ukraine performs with the ball during the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship in Kiev (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Natalia Godunko of Ukraine performs with the ball during the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Russia's Kabaeva Wins Rhythmic Title (AP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Canada's Rick Say wins 200-metre gold at Mare Nostrum swimming meet (CP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 2 - Day 2 Results (Swim News) 06/06/2004
  • WHO: Developing Countries Inadequately Treat Mental Disorders [Ukraine leads the world in substance abuse, alcoholism] (VOA) 06/06/2004
  • Athletics: World bests for Koech, Bungei and Kanter in Seville Grand Prix (IAAF) 06/06/2004
  • Athletics: Moore and Dobrynska lead after Day One in Arles Combined Events Challenge (IAAF) 06/06/2004
  • Ronald Reagan Remembered in Ukraine (UANewswire) 06/06/2004
  • PetroVietnam plunged into further crisis with new corruption scandal [In 1999...fake contract commissioning a Ukranian company] (AFP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Attack dampens Ukrainian Journalist's Day (UANewswire) 06/06/2004
  • Attack 'possibly racially motivated'. A Ukrainian man has suffered serious head injuries in an assault in County Antrim. (BBC) 06/06/2004
  • Ukrainian injured in Northern Ireland attack (IOL) 06/06/2004
  • Sylvania-area pair recall chance encounter with Ronald Reagan in '97 (Toledo Blade) 06/06/2004
  • Remembering Reagan: the great communicator [In 1987, he went to what was called a 'Captive Nations' day ceremony at a Catholic Ukrainian Church in Washington] (Ukiah Daily Journal) 06/06/2004
  • Reagan Dies at 93 [June 5,2004] (LA Times/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • D-Day: A close-run thing (Perhaps Vladimir Kuchma of Ukraine should also be there...) [From 6/4/2004] (UPI) 06/06/2004
  • Ukraine orphans struggle with poverty, disabilities (AP/Houston Chronicle) 06/06/2004

  • Про принципи роботи незалежного сайту діаспори 'Кобза'- Українці Росії (BRAMA) 06/05/2004
  • Звернення Української Всесвітньої Координаційної Ради до журналістів, працівників ЗМІ... (BRAMA) 06/05/2004
  • Sprained ankle forces Trezeguet out of Ukraine clash (AFP/Yahoo) 06/05/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Brad Richards celebrates his power play goal with teammates Dan Boyle, Martin St. Louis and Ruslan Fedotenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/05/2004
  • Swimming: Canadians Janes, Lacroix win bronze at Mare Nostrum swim meet (CP/Yahoo) 06/05/2004
  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 2 - Day 1 Results (Swim News) 06/05/2004
  • Athletics: Seville Prix Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/05/2004
  • France's Trezeguet out of Ukraine game with ankle injury (Reuters) 06/05/2004
  • Czechs take play-off chance (UEFA) 06/05/2004
  • Kupchak puts stamp on this team [Slava Medvedenko] (Long Beach Press Telegram) 06/05/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Godunko Natalia performs with the ball during her routine in the team competition at the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship in Kiev, June 5, 2004. Participants from 30 countries are taking part in the contest in the Ukrainian capital to June 6. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/05/2004
  • Shipmen Seized in Turkey Said Legitimate (AP/Yahoo) 06/05/2004
  • On this date in history: In 2000, Ukraine officials announced that the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, site of the worst radiation accident in history, would be closed. (UPI/Wash Times) 06/05/2004
  • After 52 years, St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic School closes [Lehigh Valley] (Allentown Morning Call) 06/05/2004
  • 200-year-old music joins 21st century (Boston Globe) 06/05/2004
  • Russia: Which Ancient Capital Was The Hearth Of The Nation's Soul? [from 26 August 1997] (RFE/RL) 06/05/2004
  • Dead Waters [Black Sea's ecology is now showing signs of recovery] (Science News) 06/05/2004
  • Ukraine OKs $7.8m for air crash victims [October 2001, Black Sea] (UPI/Wash Times) 06/05/2004
  • US women meet professor Kasparov (Chessbase) 06/05/2004
  • Ivanchuk wins in Europe (UPI/Wash Times) 06/05/2004

  • WHO report spotlights risks to young people's health (BRAMA) 06/04/2004
  • Athletics: Memorial Primo Nebiolo Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/04/2004
  • Довибори до Верховної Ради України по округи №136 в Одесі (Політична думка ) 06/04/2004
  • Presidential aide regrets 60th D-Day anniversary marked without Ukraine (Interfax) 06/04/2004
  • Ukrainian Prosecutors Hail Ex-Premier's Conviction In US (RFE/RL) 06/04/2004
  • Modern-Day Vikings Retrace Sailing Trip Through The Caucasus (RFE/RL) 06/04/2004
  • Shevchenko pulls out of Ukraine's friendly v France (Reuters) 06/04/2004
  • Athletics: Twelve Paris World Championships medallists spearhead Seville Grand Prix (IAAF) 06/04/2004
  • Athletics: Open field in Arles Combined Events Challenge after Eunice Barber's withdrawal (IAAF) 06/04/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/04/2004
  • Report of USA Commercial Mission on Improper Protection of Intellectual Property in Ukraine Is Biased - Baziv (UNIAN) 06/04/2004
  • Written invitations to Foreign Observers to Ukrainian Presidential Elections Will Be Sent in Early July - AP (UNIAN) 06/04/2004
  • Marchuk Confirms Ukraine Has Won US Tender on Re-Equipment of Iraqi Army (UNIAN) 06/04/2004
  • War Widow's Lament: 'He Died for Money'. Iraq Duty Had Lure for Poor Ukrainians (Wash Post) 06/04/2004
  • Photo: Military recruiters 'made it seem as if they were going to a health resort,' says Lyudmila Mykhalevskaya, shown with her surviving son at home in Berezivka [Article: War Widow's Lament: 'He Died for Money'] (Wash Post) 06/04/2004
  • Rough and Ready 2004 international maneuvers begin on Yavoriv training range (Interfax) 06/04/2004
  • Lazarenko Will Not Have Time for Politics, If He Returns in Ukraine, Because General Prosecutor's Office Is Waiting for Him - Baziv (UNIAN) 06/04/2004
  • Ukrainian prosecutor's office vows to take on Lazarenko's case (Interfax - Moscow) 06/04/2004
  • Lazarenko to again stand trial Sep 16, lawyer believes he will be acquitted (Interfax) 06/04/2004
  • Former Ukrainian PM to appeal conviction [Pavlo Lazarenko] (RFE/RL) 06/04/2004
  • US prosecutor believes Lazarenko's verdict will serve as warning to all corrupt officials (Interfax) 06/04/2004
  • US prosecutors find Lazarenko guilty of all charges (Interfax) 06/04/2004
  • Former Ukraine prime minister convicted in S.F [Pavlo Lazarenko] (SF Chronicle) 06/04/2004
  • Ukraine's ex-PM found guilty in US of money-laundering [Pavlo Lazarenko] (Financial Times) 06/04/2004
  • Судовими позовами депутати прагнуть перешкодити приватизації найбільшого металургійного комбінату України (BBC Ukrainian) 06/04/2004
  • Зброя з України справді прямувала до Єгипту (BBC Ukrainian) 06/04/2004
  • Справа Лазаренка: можливі варіанти (BBC Ukrainian) 06/04/2004
  • Суд присяжних США визнав Лазаренка винним (BBC Ukrainian) 06/04/2004
  • Head of Supreme Rada Special Commissioned Contests in Court Legality of 'Kryvorozhstal' Privatization (UNIAN) 06/04/2004
  • Shevchenko going nowhere - Milan (Football365) 06/04/2004
  • A 'Forest' grows in Cleveland [Lisova Pisnia] (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 06/04/2004
  • Church turns out to support couple (King County Journal) 06/04/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko Returns to Ice for Game 5 (Tampa Tribune) 06/04/2004
  • Gov't persuades oil companies to slash A-95 petrol retail price to UAH 2.9 per liter (Interfax) 06/04/2004
  • TNK-BP Confirms Its Interest in 'Odesa-Brody' Reverse (UNIAN) 06/04/2004
  • Russia only CIS country to post mutual trade surplus [Mutual trade deficit was greatest in Ukraine at $1.85 billion with exports to fellow CIS countries totaling $1.66 billion and imports -$3.48 billion] (Interfax - Moscow) 06/04/2004
  • New Theory Helps Locate Petroleum [In the 1950s, Russian and Ukrainian scientists developed a new theory about petroleum's origins...] (Human Events) 06/04/2004
  • [Ukraine-born Scot, Elena] Baltacha stopped in tracks (The Scotsman) 06/04/2004

  • Photo: Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko leaves the Philip Burton Federal Courthouse in San Francisco, June 3, 2004. Lazarenko was convicted on all counts against him of using his position to extort tens of millions of dollars from his country and launder it through U.S. banks. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Photo: With his attorney Daniel Horowitz behind him, former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko leaves the Philip Burton Federal Courthouse in San Francisco, June 3, 2004. Lazarenko was convicted on all counts against him of using his position to extort tens of millions of dollars from his country and launder it through U.S. banks. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Photo: With his son Olexander (L) at his side, former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko leaves the Philip Burton Federal Courthouse in San Francisco, June 3, 2004. Lazarenko was convicted on all counts against him of using his position to extort tens of millions of dollars from his country and launder it through U.S. banks. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko leaves the Philip Burton Federal Courthouse in San Francisco, June 3, 2004. Lazarenko was convicted on all counts against him of using his position to extort tens of millions of dollars from his country and launder it through U.S. banks. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Photo: Turkish State Minister Kursat Tuzmen looks at a seized radio controlled missile as he joins an investigation team to inspect a cache of weaponry, seized at Ambarli port in Istanbul, June 3, 2004. Turkish authorities investigating a cargo ship travelling from Ukraine to Egypt after customs officials discovered two containers with missile launchers, weapons, missiles and ammunition. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Pope Meets Cardinal Husar and Synod (RISU) 06/03/2004
  • Hundreds in Kiev protest 'satanic' tax IDs (News24) 06/03/2004
  • Ukraine military officials fired over arms depot blasts (AFP/SpaceWar) 06/03/2004
  • Former Ukrainian PM Found Guilty by US Jury [Pavlo Lazarenko] (VOA) 06/03/2004
  • Ukraine Ex-Leader Convicted of Extortion [Pavlo Lazarenko] (AP/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Ex-Ukraine Leader Convicted in U.S. Court [Pavlo Lazarenko] (Reuters) 06/03/2004
  • Former Ukrainian PM Lazarenko convicted in US (AFP/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • 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. A federal jury on Thursday, June 3, 2004, found Lazarenko guilty on money laundering and extortion charges. Federal prosecutors argued he had misused his high office in the former Soviet republic to get rich through a series of business schemes in his homeland. (AP/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Ukraine Editor's Beating Spurs Concerns [Petro Kobevko, editor of the weekly Chas] (AP/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Vatican-Orthodox Church: No Ukrainian Patriarch (Agenzia Giornalistica Italia) 06/03/2004
  • Pope Asks Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church to Be Patient [on establishing patriarchate] (Zenit) 06/03/2004
  • Russian Patriarch Awards Kyiv Region Governor, Wife (RISU) 06/03/2004
  • Secretary General to Chair High­Level NATO ­ Ukraine Consultations (Epicos) 06/03/2004
  • Four years in prison for man convicted of stealing from airline (AP/Newsday) 06/03/2004
  • Україна i Азербайджан пiдписали угоду в справi трубопроводу Одеса-Броди (VOA) 06/03/2004
  • ПАРЄ, за певних умов, може припинити монiторинг по Українi (VOA) 06/03/2004
  • Достроковi канiкули для парламентарiв? (VOA) 06/03/2004
  • Лазаренка визнано винним (VOA) 06/03/2004
  • Битва гігантів перейшла до парламенту: Опозиція вимагала розгляду питання про заборону приватизації Криворізького металургійного комбінату (BBC Ukrainian) 06/03/2004
  • Ukraine Editor's Beating Spurs Concerns (AP/Newsday) 06/03/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (R) toasts champagne with his Azeri counterpart Ilham Aliyev after signing bilateral documents in Kiev, June 3, 2004. Aliyev arrived in Ukraine on Thursday on a two-day official visit to discuss cooperation issues. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Azeris sign oil deal with Ukraine (UPI/Wash Times) 06/03/2004
  • Ukraine: carders (Computer Crime Research Center) 06/03/2004
  • Photo: Calgary Flames' Jarome Iginla celebrates after scoring Calgary's second goal as Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko skates by (AP/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko checks Calgary Flames' Jarome Iginla (AP/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Athletics: Adere and Laalou set World season bests in Milan Grand Prix (IAAF) 06/03/2004
  • Athletics: Christian Olsson to delight Italian crowd in Memorial Primo Nebiolo Grand Prix (IAAF) 06/03/2004
  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 1 - Results (Swim News) 06/03/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/03/2004
  • Osters win UEFA Cup place through fair play league (Reuters) 06/03/2004
  • Ukraine's Kashrut Committee Celebrates its Tenth Anniversary (FJC) 06/03/2004
  • Moody's rates State Export-Import Bank of Ukraine (Forbes) 06/03/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning head coach John Tortorella speaks with captain Dave Andreychuk while Ruslan Fedotenko watches play (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • You're invited! Consulate in New York plugs Ukraine tourism (BRAMA) 06/03/2004
  • Ukrainian Consulate asks public to help track down adopted children SPECIAL (BRAMA) 06/03/2004
  • June 2004 Book of the Month: David Marples' Chernobyl & Nuclear Power in the USSR [CIUS] (BRAMA) 06/03/2004
  • Посольство України в США закликає всіх співвітчизників приєднатися до урочистого відзначення 40-ліття відкриття пам'ятника Т.Шевченку у Вашингтоні INVITATION (BRAMA) 06/03/2004
  • The Washington Group Leadership Conference to take place this month INVITATION (BRAMA) 06/03/2004
  • Call to support congressional resolution for monument to victims of the Ukrainian Famine-Genocide of 1932-1933 (HR 4450) ACTION ITEM (BRAMA) 06/03/2004
  • The Ever-Present Past: The Memoirs of Tatiana Kardinalowska [CIUS] (BRAMA) 06/03/2004
  • Провідні Українські фінансисти традиційно підтримали реґату на 'Кубок Вадима Гетьмана' (BRAMA) 06/03/2004
  • Завершилась п’ята реґата на Кубок Вадима Гетьмана (BRAMA) 06/03/2004
  • У Москві відкрито книжкову виставку до 125-ї річниці від дня народження великого українця Симона Петлюри (BRAMA) 06/03/2004
  • Ukraine International Airlines opens new route from Europe to Kuwait (BRAMA) 06/03/2004
  • Семінар для редакторів українських ЗМІ в Києві (BRAMA) 06/03/2004
  • Interpol National Central Bureau Renewed International Search of Lazarenko (UNIAN) 06/03/2004
  • Ukrainian, NATO Defense Ministers to sign in Warsaw memorandum of mutual understanding - Secretary General (Interfax) 06/03/2004
  • Turks 'seize major arms shipment' (BBC) 06/03/2004
  • Last month, a Turkish flagged vessel in an Italian port was found to be carrying 14,000 automatic weapons, also from Ukraine (NTV/MSNBC) 06/03/2004
  • Кучма має сумніви щодо заповнення нафтопроводу “Одеса-Броди” після введення в дію нафтопроводу “Баку-Джейхан” (УНІАН) 06/03/2004
  • Kuchma, Aliyev discuss cooperation in oil sector (Interfax) 06/03/2004
  • Azerbaijan to allow Ukraine to buy oil needed to fill Odesa-Brody pipeline (Interfax) 06/03/2004
  • CES may have common currency in 3 years [Common/Single Economic Space] (Interfax-Belarus) 06/03/2004
  • UltraDNS Provides DNS Infrastructure for the Ukraine; .UA Top-Level Domain Increases (BusinessWire) 06/03/2004
  • The Composer Who Is Plugged In To His Past (Wash Post) 06/03/2004
  • High school bands spotlighted at Haunt show ['Kiev' bassist Maia Vidal] (Ithaca Journal) 06/03/2004
  • Obit: Nicholas Turliuk (Globe and Mail) 06/03/2004
  • Hidden face of hunger in San Francisco (SF Chronicle) 06/03/2004
  • Коли Потяг у даль загуркоче... (Потяг 76) 06/03/2004
  • Two Greek deaf-mute men have been arrested on suspicion of having abducted and stabbed similarly disabled Ukrainian slave-workers who were planning to jump ship (Kathimerini) 06/03/2004
  • День суржикá (Потяг 76) 06/03/2004
  • Editor of weekly paper beaten up [Petro Kobevko, editor of the weekly Chas] (Reporters sans frontières) 06/03/2004
  • PACE monitor says June session may not examine Ukraine issue (Interfax) 06/03/2004
  • WHO World Mental Health Surveys Find Mental Disorders Are Widespread, Disabling and Often Go Untreated (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Ex-premier Lazarenko back on Interpol's international wanted list until Aug 2008 (Interfax) 06/03/2004
  • Clark says Ukraine will become NATO member country (Interfax) 06/03/2004
  • Moldova proposes to transfer GUUAM summit from Batumi to another city (Interfax) 06/03/2004
  • Romania complains to Ukraine over Danube-Black Sea canal (AFP/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Turkey Seizes Missile Shipment headed for Egypt from Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Photo: Port security officers block a road heading to one of the docks at Ambarli port in Istanbul, June 3, 2004, after Turkish authorities discovered a cargo ship travelling from Ukraine to Egypt with a cache of sophisticated weapons on board. Customs officials discovered at least two containers holding various weapons, including a rocket launcher, missiles and ammunition, when the ship stopped to refuel outside Istanbul on Wednesday, state minister Kursad Tuzmen said. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Photo: Port security officers divert a truck at Ambarli port in Istanbul June 3, 2004, after Turkish authorities discovered a cargo ship travelling from Ukraine to Egypt with a cache of sophisticated weapons on board. Customs officials discovered at least two containers holding various weapons, including a rocket launcher, missiles and ammunition, when the ship stopped to refuel outside Istanbul on Wednesday, state minister Kursad Tuzmen said (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Op-Ed: Letters from the New World (Submerging Markets) 06/03/2004

  • Що думають кияни про судимостi прем`єра Януковича? (VOA) 06/02/2004
  • Колишнiй претендент у президенти США Кларк вiдвiдав Київ (VOA) 06/02/2004
  • Опозицiя звинувачує Кабмiн у приховуваннi бюджетних грошей (VOA) 06/02/2004
  • Hockey: Lecavalier, Kubina, Fedotenko practice with Lightning before Game 5 with Flames (CP/Yahoo) 06/02/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko, Kubina practice for Lightning (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/02/2004
  • Basketball: Shaptala Named BC Dnipro Boss (FIBA Europe) 06/02/2004
  • Swimming: Say wins silver, Malar takes bronze at Mare Nostrum swim meet (CP/Yahoo) 06/02/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/02/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF Grand Prix Regione Lombardia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/02/2004
  • Athletics: Pavlysh Banned From Shot Putting for Life (AP/Yahoo) 06/02/2004
  • Бензинове вливання в Україну (BBC Ukrainian) 06/02/2004
  • Nipawin’s Ukrainian Catholic Church of All Saints celebrates 50 years [Canada] (Nipawin Journal) 06/02/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) greets former NATO commander General Wesley Clark of the U.S. during their meeting at the presidential office in Kiev, June 2, 2004. Clark, now a politician, arrived in Ukraine on Wednesday to meet senior state officials and political leaders. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/02/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) greets former NATO commander General Wesley Clark of the U.S. during their meeting at the presidential office in Kiev, June 2, 2004. Clark, now a politician, arrived in Ukraine on Wednesday to meet senior state officials and political leaders. (AP/Yahoo) 06/02/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kostyantyn Gryshchenko (R) and former NATO commander General Wesley Clark listen to journalists' questions during their joint news conference in Kiev, June 2, 2004. Clark arrived in Ukraine on Wednesday to meet senior state officials and political leaders. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/02/2004
  • Staff at Ukraine steelmaker want domestic buyer (Reuters/Forbes) 06/02/2004
  • Леонід Парфьонов звільнений з НТВ. Журналіст хотів бути журналістом, а не агентом Кремля (BBC Ukrainian) 06/02/2004
  • Мукачівський виборчий скандал: затримано підозрюваних (BBC Ukrainian) 06/02/2004
  • Pavlysh gets life ban for doping (Reuters/Rediff) 06/02/2004
  • Orthodox Churches Should Unite, Says Premier Yanukovych (RISU) 06/02/2004
  • Leader of Zaporizhzhia Young Communists Apologizes for Soviet Anti-Church Policy (RISU) 06/02/2004
  • SPU, CPU Leadership to Hold Joint Session to Determine Their Positions on United Presidential Candidate (UNIAN) 06/02/2004
  • Мер Києва критикує міськради Харкова, Донецька та Дніпропетровська за їх відмову підвищити тарифи на транспорт (УНІАН) 06/02/2004
  • Україна посідає останнє місце серед країн - учасниць ЄЕП за рівнем середньої заробітної плати (УНІАН) 06/02/2004
  • Guard heads to Kosovo [Spc. Natalya Radyk, born in the Ukraine] (Ohio Beacon Journal) 06/02/2004
  • Honoring and remembering all who served [Atanas Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 06/02/2004
  • Immigrants become American citizens (NJ Express Times) 06/02/2004
  • 'Chernobyl' fund-raiser car wash set for Jun 12 [Massachusetts] (Townsend Times) 06/02/2004
  • Kerry details plans to cut nukes (USA Today/Yahoo) 06/02/2004
  • The Black Sea and the Frontiers of Freedom (Policy Review) 06/02/2004
  • Raving about Russia [Santa Fe festival of Russian performing and visual arts - from bluegrass to ballet to Ukrainian egg decorating] (Philadelphia Inquirer) 06/02/2004
  • Українське пиво визнане кращим на двох світових конкурсах (УНІАН) 06/02/2004
  • Weissbier 'Pshenychne Etalon' is internationally recognized as world's best (Etalon Beer) 06/02/2004
  • 2004 Association of Brewers World Beer Cup Winners [Category: 66 South German-Style, gold for Pshenychne Etalon] (Beer Town) 06/02/2004
  • Radomyshl Beer & Beverages Plant [Pshenychne Etalon gold champion of International Speciality Beers Competition] (Brewing Industry) 06/02/2004
  • Ukraine to import petrol, launch price controls (Reuters) 06/02/2004
  • TNK-Ukraine refinery restarts work after upgrade (Reuters) 06/02/2004
  • Ukraine plans to import up to 30,000 tonnes of high-octane gasolines (Interfax) 06/02/2004
  • Evrazholding plans to bid for Ukraine steel plant [Krivorizhstal] (Reuters) 06/02/2004
  • Energoatom asks EBRD to grant $150 m for Kh2/R4 safety project (Interfax) 06/02/2004
  • NBU to have closer eye on bank transactions with insiders (Interfax) 06/02/2004
  • Ukraine may borrow around $500m from international finance organizations in 2005 (Interfax) 06/02/2004
  • Kiev Shul Returned (Totally Jewish) 06/02/2004
  • The Games from a different angle [Anatoliy Kenis' judo journey...] (Philadelphia Inquirer) 06/02/2004
  • Kovalenko Takes In Tribute to Stoitchkov (Wash Post) 06/02/2004
  • Україна, Угорщина та Британія дружитимуть парламентами (BBC Ukrainian) 06/02/2004
  • Верховна Рада отримала докази порушень у Мукачеві (BBC Ukrainian) 06/02/2004

  • Tennis: Keothavong and O'Donoghue find the going heavy on grass (Independent) 06/01/2004
  • ADM Nederland and Ukraine company Risoil have agreed to become 50/50 shareholders in Illitchvskiy Maslo Extractionniy Zavod, a joint stock Ukraine company specialising in oilseed crushing (Nutra Ingredients USA) 06/01/2004
  • Kyiv not so eager to integrate with Moscow? [Page down] (RFE/RL) 06/01/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/01/2004
  • Blokhin chases first win (UEFA) 06/01/2004
  • Hockey: Battered Lightning Welcome Time to Rest (AP/Yahoo) 06/01/2004
  • Hockey: Top-Line Forward Fedotenko Misses Game 4 (AP/Yahoo) 06/01/2004
  • Field Hockey: English sides miss out on medals (Independent) 06/01/2004
  • Athletics: Adere to attempt 5000m World record - Milan GP Preview (IAAF) 06/01/2004
  • Modern Pentathlon Worlds Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/01/2004
  • Olympic torch relay set to blaze first global trail (Reuters) 06/01/2004
  • Сенсаційні свідчення у Верховній Раді (BBC Ukrainian) 06/01/2004
  • 'Our Ukraine' Demanding Resignation of Prosecutor General Vassyliev (UNIAN) 06/01/2004
  • Years in damp darkness. Jews hid in cave and survived (NY Daily News) 06/01/2004
  • [Page down to] Third day of deliberations in Lazarenko case (SF Chronicle) 06/01/2004
  • Pianist to pursue playing professionally [Igor Tchounkovskii's family moved to Texas from Ukraine in 1993][5/30/04] (Star Telegram) 06/01/2004
  • Eurovision Winner Ruslana is Sick (Fashion Gates) 06/01/2004
  • American Idol has ended and Fantasia Barrino has emerged as the winner. But does anyone spare a thought for Ruslana from the Ukraine? (Straits Times) 06/01/2004
  • Girls use fashion sense, flip-flops to raise funds for Ukrainian orphans [5/31/04] (Baltimore Sun) 06/01/2004
  • Ancient art of pysanky finds modern meaning [5/29/04] (Rockland Village Soup) 06/01/2004
  • Ukraine's economy shows signs of overheating, says expert [5/31/04] (Interfax) 06/01/2004
  • Boeing sees potential for more sales in Ukraine (Reuters) 06/01/2004
  • Lakers Prevail and Make Finals [Slava Medvedenko, a reserve forward, was nearly as big as Rush down the stretch, scoring 6 of his 8 points in the fourth.] (NY Times) 06/01/2004
  • Lakers Discover a Team [Medvedenko] (LA Times) 06/01/2004
  • Lakers head back to finals [Slava Medvedenko added two critical baskets in the final minutes] (Australia Courier-Mail) 06/01/2004
  • Running away to Finals [...less heralded was the effort from Slava Medvedenko, who made all three shots in the period] (LA Daily News) 06/01/2004
  • It All Works Out in the End [The longer Slava Medvedenko stayed in, the better he did...] (LA Times) 06/01/2004
  • Чи відповідає інтересам України угода з газового консорціуму? (BBC Ukrainian) 06/01/2004
  • Wolves just ran out of gas [Medvedenko] (Twin Cities Pioneer Press) 06/01/2004
  • Rush, Medvedenko Spark Lakers to Victory (AP/Yahoo) 06/01/2004
  • Lakers Sink Timberwolves to Advance to NBA Finals [Medvedenko] (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/01/2004
  • A Former President's Mad Dash to 80. For George H.W. Bush, it's parties, parachutes and trips around the world (Time) 06/01/2004
  • Pipeline extension under threat [Odessa-Brody][From 5/31/04] (Warsaw Business Journal) 06/01/2004
  • Gazprom CEO sees share trade opening up -report [sub-sea North-European gas pipeline would sidestep Russia's main export route across Ukraine] (Reuters) 06/01/2004
  • On this day [1996 - Ukraine became a nuclear weapons-free nation with the transfer of the last of its warheads to Russia.] (Sunday Times) 06/01/2004
  • The Importance of Being Earnest [The past few weeks have thrown up some unexpected twists in Ukraine’s presidential campaign.] (Transitions Online) 06/01/2004
  • Study: Mental Illnesses Are Under-Treated [In Ukraine, where unemployment is rampant as the country struggles with westernization, mood disorders including depression topped the list] (AP/Yahoo) 06/01/2004
  • Our Ukraine MPs demanding vote of no confidence in Prosecutor General (Interfax) 06/01/2004
  • Militiaman Announces His Leadership Ordered Him to Leave Mukachevo City Council, Where Election Bulletins Were Kept (UNIAN) 06/01/2004
  • Mayor of troubled Ukrainian town of Mukachevo resigns [5/31/04] (UANewswire) 06/01/2004
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