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  • Photo: Oleksandr Pakhomov and Andriy Pryveda of Ukraine celebrate after winning the junior men's coxed pairs final at the World Rowing Championships on Lake Banyoles near Barcelona (Reuters) 07/31/2004
  • GOP lobbyist guilty in treasurer scandal [Republican lobbyist Andrew Futey,son of a federal judge, will be sentenced on Aug. 30] (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 07/31/2004
  • Photo: Manchester United goalkeeper Tim Howard makes a save on a shot by AC Milan forward Andriy Shevchenko during the first half of their friendly match at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford (AP/Yahoo) 07/31/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan forward Andriy Shevchenko is tackled by Manchester United defender Milkael Silvestre and midfielder Roy Keane (AP/Yahoo) 07/31/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko reacts after scoring the tying goal late in the second half against Manchester United at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP/Yahoo) 07/31/2004
  • Photo: Eastern Conference's Amando Guevara celebrates his first of two goals against the Western Conference with teammates Dema Kovalenko and Chris Armas in the first half of the MLS All-Star game (AP/Yahoo) 07/31/2004
  • United Denied Victory By Late Shevchenko Strike (Manchester United) 07/31/2004
  • Computer 'spy' that could clean you out (BBC) 07/31/2004
  • Fatal car crash leaves three Ukrainian immigrants dead [Binghamton, NY] (NY Newsday) 07/31/2004
  • The teenagers who held off the Nazis (The Scotsman) 07/31/2004
  • Українці США створили комітет на підтримку кандидата у президенти Джон Керрі (Радіо Свобода) 07/31/2004
  • Photo: Police officers pass by a billboard that depicts a portrait of Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych and reads 'Forum of democratic forces/Ukraine is for Yanukovych' in downtown Kiev, Ukraine, on Saturday, July 31, 2004. Powerful Yanukovych, who is backed by incumbent Leonid Kuchma, is expected to face a strong challenge from key opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko in the Oct. 31 presidential election (AP/Yahoo) 07/31/2004
  • Kuchma condemns terror acts in Tashkent, offers condolences to Karimov (Interfax) 07/31/2004
  • Українці - за Керрі. Звісно, американські українці (Україна Молода) 07/31/2004
  • Українська діаспора підтримує Керрі (ПОСТУП) 07/31/2004
  • Ewan McGregor's epic adventure [Star Wars' Ewan McGregor and fellow actor Charley Boorman complete a 32,000km motorbike ride around the world; detained at the Ukrainian border by guards who told them they had the wrong papers.] (AP/Australia Daily Telegraph) 07/31/2004
  • Easy rider triumph (Australia Herald Sun) 07/31/2004

  • Moldovan republic faces blockade (BBC) 07/30/2004
  • Photo: Kenya's Paul Korir (2nd R) edges out Ivan Heshko (L) of Ukraine to win the Emsley Carr Mile race for the second consecutive year, during the London Grand Prix international athletics meeting at Crystal Palace, in south London, July 30, 2004 (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/30/2004
  • Protests against asylum detention [On 19 July a Ukrainian asylum seeker was found hanged at Harmondsworth Removal centre, near Heathrow Airport. The man had been waiting a date for deportation.] (BBC) 07/30/2004
  • CIS journalists discuss trade at Brussels seminar (ICFJ) 07/30/2004
  • Оксана Білозір: Звернення Всеукраїнської громадської організації 'Українська Взаємодопомога' (BRAMA) 07/30/2004
  • До громадян України, які перебувають за кордоном [Асоціація Українців Америки] (BRAMA) 07/30/2004
  • Powell's fruitless mission. The Americans should be getting out of Iraq, not flying in - only then might the country's pride be healed and the violence end, writes Jonathan Steele. (Guardian) 07/30/2004
  • Ukraine opens information centers for foreign observers in presidential elections (Interfax) 07/30/2004
  • Yuschenko, Moroz to sign fair election agreement (Interfax) 07/30/2004
  • Victor Yushchenko: Europe must warn Ukrainian government – there will be no election fraud in autumn (Our Ukraine) 07/30/2004
  • Victor Yushchenko is convinced that his team will be able to ensure honest elections [Click 'Eng' top left] (Our Ukraine) 07/30/2004
  • Moroz and Symonenko Came to Agreement to Control Jointly Conduction of Elections to Avoid Their Falsification – Declaration [From 7/28/04] (UNIAN) 07/30/2004
  • The full story... Bomber Larry launches book no 3 [“After the war, the Germans and Italian POWs could go home. But the Ukrainians couldn’t because they would have faced execution or been exiled if they had gone back.] (Cumberland News) 07/30/2004
  • Uzbek Blasts Hit U.S. and Israeli Embassies (Reuters) 07/30/2004
  • Conference Postponed Amid Fraud Allegations [Defense Minister Yevhen Marchuk announced that Ukraine was holding talks with the U.S. and Poland about an eventual phaseout of 1,600 Ukrainian troops... The deployment has been deeply unpopular in Ukraine.] (LA Times) 07/30/2004
  • UNHCR training helps sensitise Kyiv's police to asylum issues (Africa Daily) 07/30/2004
  • Moldova: Row Escalates Over Transdniestrian School Closures (RFE/RL) 07/30/2004
  • Ukrainian Dance Company ['Desna' from Toronto] set to storm Yonkers (Westchester Journal News) 07/30/2004
  • S&P rates Ukraine's $500 mln notes 'B-plus' (Reuters) 07/30/2004
  • Naftogaz postpones eurobond issue till September (Interfax) 07/30/2004
  • Gazprom finds new partner for Ukraine (Financial Times) 07/30/2004
  • Ecko's rhino is a forward-moving force [Marc Ecko Enterprises is the sole funding source for a Ukrainian orphanage] (Northwest Herald) 07/30/2004
  • Champions League qualifying draw (AFP/Yahoo) 07/30/2004
  • Extremists warn against Muslim troops (Wash Times) 07/30/2004

  • Photo: Actors Ewan McGregor (L) and Charley Boorman pose for photographers in New York City, July 29, 2004 after a three month transcontinental motorbike journey which was documented for a Bravo TV series. The men traveled 20,000 miles on a route that took them through Europe, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Siberia, Alaska, Canada, Montana, Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio and New York City. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/29/2004
  • Ukraine Scales Down Missions in Iraq, Wants Withdrawal Timeline [Text of report by Ukrainian private radio Era] (BBC/Troy Record) 07/29/2004
  • Photo: Actors Ewan McGregor (L) and Charley Boorman pose after arriving in New York July 29, 2004, at the end of their three month transcontinental journey on motorbikes, which was documented for a Bravo TV series. The men traveled 20,000 miles on a route that took them through Europe, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Siberia, Canada and the U.S. states of Alaska, Montana, Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio and New York. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/29/2004
  • Ukraine negotiating withdrawal of its troops from Iraq (AP/CANOE) 07/29/2004
  • Що стримує українську жiнку - дискримiнацiя чи брак активностi? (VOA) 07/29/2004
  • Вплив матерiального стану українця на його виборчий настрiй (VOA) 07/29/2004
  • «Наша Україна» оскаржує судовий вирок (VOA) 07/29/2004
  • Марчук про український контингент в Iраку i вiйськову доктрину (VOA) 07/29/2004
  • Переговори про виведення укранського війська з Іраку (BBC Ukrainian) 07/29/2004
  • Photo: Actors Ewan McGregor (L) and Charley Boorman arrive in New York City, July 29, 2004 on their motorbikes, after a three month transcontinental journey which was documented for a Bravo TV series. The men traveled 20,000 miles on a route that took them through Europe, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Siberia, Canada and the U.S. states of Alaska, Montana, Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio and New York. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/29/2004
  • Iraqi national conference delayed 2 weeks to encourage more participation (CP/National Post) 07/29/2004
  • Ukraine Announces Talks on Pulling Troops Out of Iraq (VOA) 07/29/2004
  • Visa row hits National Eisteddfod (BBC) 07/29/2004
  • Two more aspirants may be put on presidential candidates' list [Greens Party leader Vitaliy Kononov and self-nominee Volodymyr Nechyporuk] (Interfax) 07/29/2004
  • Union in support of Yanukovych numbers 33 parties (Interfax) 07/29/2004
  • State officials that are “beating out” signatures for Yanukovych can be sent to jail [Click 'Eng' top left] (Our Ukraine) 07/29/2004
  • Katerynchuk thinks that the SDPU(U) action against Yushchenko has been ordered (Our Ukraine) 07/29/2004
  • Borys Tarasyuk: The foreign policy has to change with the change of government in Ukraine [From 7/27/04, Click 'Eng' top left] (Our Ukraine) 07/29/2004
  • Ihor Ostash: The meeting in Yalta has created more problems than it solved [From 7/27/04, Click 'Eng' top left] (Our Ukraine) 07/29/2004
  • Aid short for heart surgery [Oksana Oliynyk, 10-year-old is back in Calgary waiting to have open-heart surgery after an unexpected infection left her heart-sick again] (Calgary Sun) 07/29/2004
  • Yushchenko Could Defeat Yanukovych In Ukraine [Poll analysis] (CPOD) 07/29/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma snuggles closer to Russia ahead of elections (VOA) 07/29/2004
  • Ukrainian child porn ring exposed (Computer Crime Research Center) 07/29/2004
  • Referendum to be staged in Transdnestria (Interfax-Moldova) 07/29/2004
  • Six rescuers at Krasnolimanskaya mine hospitalized with heat stroke (Interfax-Russia) 07/29/2004
  • AIDS Spreads in Bulgaria [AIDS suffering people in Ukraine has considerably gone up, reaching some 570,000 people] (Novinite) 07/29/2004
  • Ballymena 'paradise' for Chernobyl children (Ballymena Times) 07/29/2004
  • Russian Mosaic Festival to celebrate Jewish, Russian, Ukrainian, Moldavian and Central Asian cultures (PrimeZone) 07/29/2004
  • Marriage go-round (Jerusalem Post) 07/29/2004
  • Nobody's perfect [Jane Pollak's Ukrainian Easter egg craft business] (Greenwich Time) 07/29/2004
  • Skills shortage could leave pigs hog-tied [...held talks with a university in Ukraine regarding the possibility of bringing in students to train as pig stock people.] (Glasgow Herald) 07/29/2004
  • Ukrtelecom sale announcement retracted (Interfax) 07/29/2004
  • Victor Yushchenko is against the unclear procedures of the “Ukrtelecom” privatization [From 7/28/04, Click 'Eng' top left] (Our Ukraine) 07/29/2004
  • Ukrtelecom privatization commission sets starting price for company stocks at UAH 2.7 bn (Interfax) 07/29/2004
  • NYK extends Black Sea focus (eyefortransport) 07/29/2004
  • A consummate marketing man and his consuming passion [Jose Carlos Gonzalez Hurtado, CEO of Procter & Gamble Israel, flying to Ukraine to oversee the company's local operations] (Ha'aretz) 07/29/2004
  • Telecoms operator heads privatisations (Financial Times) 07/29/2004
  • The Republican beatitudes: Blasted are the meek, the truthful, the peacemakers [Serge and Bacchus, Roman soldiers who became martyrs...depicted in an icon in Kiev as being married] (Creative Loafing) 07/29/2004
  • Suicide car bombing, attacks kill 113 in Iraq. U.S. soldier dies, 3 others wounded in roadside blast (SF Chronicle) 07/29/2004
  • Klochkova's medal pile set to grow in Athens (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/29/2004
  • At 38, Tyson's quest won't be a cakewalk (Wash Post) 07/29/2004
  • Iron Mike eyes Klitschko title fight (RTE.ie Sport) 07/29/2004
  • Police Shut Ukraine Model Agency In Porn Crackdown (RFE/RL) 07/29/2004
  • Cardinal Lubomyr Husar to Visit Boston's Ukrainian Community (BRAMA) 07/29/2004
  • Criticism of OSCE by Nine CIS Countries Draws the Response (BRAMA) 07/29/2004
  • Ukrainian dancers special guests at St. John's festival (Binghampton Press & Sun-Bulletin) 07/29/2004

  • How the major players fit in Gruttadauria-Deters case [Andrew Futey...Prosecutors said in court documents that Futey was involved in a bribery scheme...] (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 07/28/2004
  • American gymnasts still searching for success away from home (AFP/Yahoo) 07/28/2004
  • Kuchma vetoes law on combined production of heat, electric energy (Interfax) 07/28/2004
  • Микола Томенко про виборчу боротьбу в Українi (VOA) 07/28/2004
  • Передвиборчi кампанiї - американський досвiд (VOA) 07/28/2004
  • Новi кордони ЄС - проблема для українських перевiзникiв i туристичних компанiй (VOA) 07/28/2004
  • Rescue Worker Dies in Ukrainian Mine (AP/Yahoo) 07/28/2004
  • New issues: Ukraine hopes to cash in on upgrade (Financial Times) 07/28/2004
  • Ukraine offers five-year eurobonds worth $500 m at six-month LIBOR+312.5 base points (Interfax) 07/28/2004
  • Government okays Ukrtelecom sale terms (Interfax) 07/28/2004
  • Statement by the President: Methane to Markets Partnership (White House) 07/28/2004
  • Police Shut Ukraine Model Agency in Porn Crackdown (Reuters) 07/28/2004
  • Poland, Ukraine, Italy and Portugal advance to semifinals in lightweight single sculls (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/28/2004
  • Austrian Ambassador Headlines Special NCRE Week [Australia. Topics: How likely is it that the Ukraine will join the EU? Can countries like Morocco and the Ukraine be treated in the same way?] (Scoop) 07/28/2004
  • Prospects for Democracy in the Middle East [see: ...citing the example of the Ukrainian Diaspora community, which is “pressing for free and fair elections in the Ukraine.”] (WRMEA) 07/28/2004
  • ЦВК: 39 висуванців у президенти. Опозиція вважає, що велика кількість висуванців є тактикою влади розпорошити увагу виборців (BBC Ukrainian) 07/28/2004
  • ГПУ закликає депутатів ВР роззброїтися (BBC Ukrainian) 07/28/2004
  • В Україні викрито підпільне Інтернет порно-агенство. Міліція твердить, що викрила виробників дитячої порнографії, які вдавали себе за модельне агенство (BBC Ukrainian) 07/28/2004
  • Ukranian charity pleased with local generosity (CBC Saskatchewan) 07/28/2004
  • Photo: Chernobyl nuclear plant seen in October 1986. Three people died, one of them a 12-year-old child, and seven were in hospital after eating poisonous mushrooms which they had gathered in the Dnipropetrovsk region of eastern Ukraine, the ministry of emergency situations said. (AFP/Yahoo) 07/28/2004
  • 39 want to run for presidency, more may appear by August 1 (Interfax) 07/28/2004
  • Стартував передвиборчий проект «Організації громадянського суспільства на шляху до відкритості інформації: спільна стратегія» (Україна Молода) 07/28/2004
  • Знову «навіки разом» з Росією: на землі, на карті, в бізнесі і навіть у хокеї (Україна Молода) 07/28/2004
  • Ukraine Sends Mixed Signals on New Defense Doctrine (Deutsche Welle) 07/28/2004
  • Ukraine does not give up EuroAtlantic integration strategy - Marchuk (Interfax) 07/28/2004
  • Brussels not surprised at Kyiv's correcting EuroAtlantic integration course (Interfax) 07/28/2004
  • Economics Minister forecasts deflation in July (Interfax) 07/28/2004
  • Three dead, seven in Ukrainian hospital, after eating poisonous mushrooms (AFP/Yahoo) 07/28/2004
  • Iraq Suicide Car Bombing Kills 68 People (AP/Yahoo) 07/28/2004
  • Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 51 in Iraq Attack (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/28/2004
  • Seven Iraqis, 35 insurgents die in battle -Poland (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/28/2004
  • At least 35 insurgents killed south of Baghdad: US military [Iraq] (AFP/Yahoo) 07/28/2004
  • Wine treatment claims to cure impotence [A luxury hotel in the Ukraine is prescribing regional wine and herbs to fight a multitude of health problems from cardio-vascular illnesses to impotence.] (Decanter) 07/28/2004
  • Milla: The world's richest model [Milla Natasha Jovovich was born December 17, 1975 in Kiev, Ukraine, to Russian stage actress Gallina Loginova and Yugoslavian pediatrician Bogie Jovovich.] (Rediff) 07/28/2004
  • Patch president in Ukraine to sign partnership agreement for major oil and gas projects (PRNewswire) 07/28/2004
  • U.S. to Unveil Plan to Harvest Methane With 7 Countries (NY Times) 07/28/2004
  • Western spies trying to hurt Russia-Ukraine ties: Putin (AP/Borneo Bulletin) 07/28/2004
  • Blake: GOP Senate ad-versaries [Manager Pat Fiske defended Schaffer's travel while in Congress, which included at least one tax-paid visit to Ukraine, from which Schaffer's mother emigrated.] (Rocky Mountain News) 07/28/2004
  • Senate candidates boost ad campaigns [Bob Schaffer accused of wasting tax dollars by traveling to foreign countries (such as Ukraine) while he was a congressman between 1996 and 2002.] (Denver Post) 07/28/2004
  • Gay stance spurs pastor, parishioners to move (Republican) 07/28/2004
  • Chess: Sizzling Sasi beats Ponomariov (Calcutta Telegraph) 07/28/2004
  • Richard Holbrooke meets with one Ukrainian American umbrella organization (UCCA) (BRAMA) 07/28/2004
  • Kerry-Edwards fundraiser brings ethnic groups together (BRAMA) 07/28/2004
  • Madeleine Albright: policy towards Ukraine is wrong (BRAMA) 07/28/2004

  • Photo: Dynamo Kiev's new player Brazilian Rodolfo Bispo shows his new team shirt during an official presentation ceremony at a stadium in Kiev (Reuters) 07/27/2004
  • Canadian Government Insists Immigrant Strippers Bare All for Officials (LifeSite) 07/27/2004
  • Baring all for Canada. Foreign strippers must supply nude stage photos to officials (Toronto Star) 07/27/2004
  • Думки українських та росiйських полiтологiв про виборчу боротьбу (VOA) 07/27/2004
  • Кандидати в президенти України - хто вони? (VOA) 07/27/2004
  • Реакцiї преси на змiну Вiйськової доктрини (VOA) 07/27/2004
  • Попри пояснення, змiна Вiйськової доктрини України викликає тривогу (VOA) 07/27/2004
  • Surgeons Report Significantly Reduced Blood Loss, Faster Healing, Less Operating Time [ results of traumatologic surgical intrusions performed in Ukraine clinics] (PRNewswire) 07/27/2004
  • NBA To Host 36 International Events across Six Continents [Basketball without Borders - Slava Medvedenko] (BusinessWire) 07/27/2004
  • Shakhtar find their form (UEFA) 07/27/2004
  • U.S. Steel Posts Profit on Surging Demand [... raw materials from Russia and Ukraine] (Reuters) 07/27/2004
  • Bid on 'Maxi the Knockout' starts at $4000 - Cow Parade bovine by Patti Brinjac is a tribute to Ukrainian Boxers Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko (CowParade) 07/27/2004
  • Boxing Cow for Sale! Multicultural Tribute to the Klitschkos Looking for a New Home (PRNewswire) 07/27/2004
  • Rebrov moves to West Ham United (Eurosport) 07/27/2004
  • Ukraine's Rebrov transfers to West Ham (Reuters) 07/27/2004
  • New start for Rebrov (UEFA) 07/27/2004
  • Hammers snap up Rebrov (ITV) 07/27/2004
  • Rebrov given Hammers chance (Soccer365) 07/27/2004
  • Hammers sign Rebrov (BBC) 07/27/2004
  • West Ham inks Ukrainian striker Rebrov (Sports Network) 07/27/2004
  • Rebrov risk (MegaStar) 07/27/2004
  • Bad hygiene blamed for typhoid in Russia, Ukraine (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/27/2004
  • Проблeми голосування українців за кордоном: міфологічний довідник (Василь Гулeй, юрист, голова ГО 'Чeтвeрта Хвиля' у Франції) (BRAMA) 07/27/2004
  • ЦВК хоче позбавити права голосу українських заробітчан за кордоном [Форум] (Майдан-ІНФОРМ) 07/27/2004
  • Ukrtransnafta, TNK-BP sign contract on shipment of 9m tonnes of oil via Odesa-Brody to Yuzhny terminal (Interfax) 07/27/2004
  • Kuczma zawraca Ukrainę na Wschód [Kuchma turns Ukraine towards the East (i.e. Russia)] (Gazeta Wyborcza) 07/27/2004
  • Nomination of presidential candidates [15] being completed in Ukraine (Interfax) 07/27/2004
  • Кучма повертає Україну у сферу впливу Росії - 'Газета Виборча' (УНІАН) 07/27/2004
  • Польський політикум критикує Путіна за Україну (BBC Ukrainian) 07/27/2004
  • Ukraine not ready to enter NATO - Yanukovych (Interfax) 07/27/2004
  • Борис Тарасюк: Зовнiшня полiтика повинна змiнитися зi змiною влади в Україні (Наша Україна) 07/27/2004
  • Розмаїття кандидатів: демократія чи технологія? (BBC Ukrainian) 07/27/2004
  • Zhytomyr Roman Catholics Demand Authorities Return Property (RISU) 07/27/2004
  • US Embassy warns potential suitors about the pitfalls of marriage brokers and dating services (US Embassy) 07/27/2004
  • Military doctrine changes owe to EU, NATO failure to set entry date for Ukraine - MFA (Interfax) 07/27/2004
  • Kyiv Says No Change In NATO, EU Policy (RFE/RL) 07/27/2004
  • Putin Tells West Not to Meddle in Ukraine (Moscow Times) 07/27/2004
  • Ukrainian heritage celebrated in upstate New York festival (BRAMA) 07/27/2004

  • Генпрокуратура України про сайт www.delogongadze.org (VOA) 07/26/2004
  • Вступ до НАТО i ЄС для України уже не прiоритетний (VOA) 07/26/2004
  • Спецiальний репортаж: У Бостонi розпочався передвиборчий з`їзд Демократичної партiї США (VOA) 07/26/2004
  • Кучма критикує двох колишнiх американських послiв (VOA) 07/26/2004
  • Останнi новини виборчої кампанiї в Українi (VOA) 07/26/2004
  • Free trade zone is priority for Ukraine, Russia - Kuchma (Interfax) 07/26/2004
  • Yuschenko dismisses offer of premiership as 'political trick' (Interfax) 07/26/2004
  • Chernobyl invalid fasts to death. Invalid from the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster has died holding a hunger strike to demand new housing. (BBC) 07/26/2004
  • Russia, Ukraine to have CES accords ready soon - Putin (Interfax) 07/26/2004
  • Putin accuses West of plotting against Russia-Ukraine ties (Interfax) 07/26/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (R) listens to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin during their meeting at the Livadia Palace, in the Black Sea resort of Yalta, July 26, 2004. The two leaders arrived in Ukraine's Crimea on Monday to take part in a Ukrainian-Russian business forum and discuss bilateral economic cooperation. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/26/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (R) talks to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin during their meeting at the Livadia Palace, in the Black Sea resort of Yalta, July 26, 2004. The state leaders arrived in Ukraine's Crimea on Monday to take part in a Ukrainian-Russian business forum and discuss bilateral economic cooperation. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/26/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (L), Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich (C) and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma stroll before their meeting in the Black Sea resort of Yalta, July 26, 2004. The state leaders arrived in Ukraine's Crimea on Monday to take part in a Ukrainian-Russian business forum and discuss bilateral economic cooperation. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/26/2004
  • Путін пропонує Україні спільні чемпіонати (BBC Ukrainian) 07/26/2004
  • Чому створено Delogongadze? Представник Британської Спілки журналістів - чому оприлюднено протоколи допитів у справі Ґонґадзе (BBC Ukrainian) 07/26/2004
  • Прокуратура розслідує витік зі справи Ґонґадзе (BBC Ukrainian) 07/26/2004
  • Кучма і Путін обговорювали в Криму ЄЕП (BBC Ukrainian) 07/26/2004
  • Вступ у НАТО вилучено з Воєнної Доктрини України (BBC Ukrainian) 07/26/2004
  • Dying To Make a Living. The worst accident since 2002 claims the lives of 36 in Ukraine’s mining heartland. (Transitions Online) 07/26/2004
  • Fedotenko takes Stanley to Ukraine (NHL) 07/26/2004
  • Op-ed: Viktor Yushchenko and Ukraine's future (Ukraine needs a patriot as its next leader) By Bishop Paul Peter Jesep (BRAMA) 07/26/2004
  • Will dispute over Serpent Island go to an arbitrator? [Romania vs. Ukraine, oil-rich Black Sea shelf] (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/26/2004
  • Yushchenko and Moroz will cooperate to ensure transparent and honest elections [CLick Eng top left] (Our Ukraine) 07/26/2004
  • Provision on preparations for membership in NATO, EU withdrawn from Ukraine's Military Doctrine (Interfax) 07/26/2004
  • Russian, Ukraine leaders discuss economic cooperation (VNA) 07/26/2004
  • Archeologists find 2,500-year-old things in Odessa [Indications of settlements that preceeded Greek colonization][Itar-Tass] (Moscow) 07/26/2004
  • Intoxicated by economic wonder [Ukrainians' summer holidays] (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/26/2004
  • Avalanches [2004 Elections in Ukraine] (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/26/2004
  • Olympic countdown: 18 days [How a Soviet gymnast won 18 medals. Between 1956 and 1964, a Ukrainian gymnast called Larisa Latynina won 18 Olympic medals - the most of any athlete in the history of the Games.] (BBC) 07/26/2004
  • Kotelnik calls out Gatti, other champions (Seconds Out) 07/26/2004
  • [Undefeated Ukrainian light-welterweight contender] Andreas Kotelnik calls out Gatti (Sporting Life) 07/26/2004
  • Chess: Sasikiran, Morozevich share lead [former World champion Ruslan Ponomariov of Ukraine follows the leaders just half a point behind] (Rediff) 07/26/2004
  • Wiesenthal says Hungary Nazi hunt not halted (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/26/2004
  • Wiesenthal's Nazi hunters suspend Hungary campaign (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/26/2004
  • Patch International to Produce 'Green Energy' (Primezone) 07/26/2004
  • Moldova denies guarantees for Transdniestria property (Interfax-Moldova) 07/26/2004
  • Bestseller on honour killing 'is a fake' [...The Hand that Signed the Paper, a 1994 novel about Stalinist collectivisation in Ukraine, purportedly written by the daughter of a Ukrainian taxi driver, was later revealed to be the work of an Anglo-Australian called Helen Darville.] (Guardian) 07/26/2004
  • Book Withdrawn Over Authenticity Fears [... In 1995, Helen Darville admitted *making up her family history in her best-selling book, written under the name Helen Demidenko, about the slaughter of Ukrainian Jews during World War II.] (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/26/2004
  • Israel’s Dimona plant may become second Chernobyl: Vanunu (Hi Pakistan) 07/26/2004
  • Claim for Israel Involvement in Kennedy Assassination [Israeli nuclear technician, Mordahay Vanunu, said Kennedy was killed because he pressure the then Israeli Prime Minister, David Ben Gurion, to reveal what was going on at the Dimona Nuclear Plant...] (Zaman) 07/26/2004
  • Віктор Ющенко починає свій передвиборчий тур (Yushchenko.com.ua) 07/26/2004
  • Реверс 'Одеса-Броди' почнеться 1 серпня (Українська правда) 07/26/2004
  • Golden Votes [2004 Elections in Ukraine] (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/26/2004
  • Church an unfinished artwork [Bell Park's Ukrainian Catholic priest Father Zenon Chorkawyj always finishes a job - even if it takes more than three decades...] (Geelong Info) 07/26/2004

  • Як борються зі СНІДом в Україні й у світі? (BBC Ukrainian) 07/25/2004
  • США визнали помилковість обстрілу. Американська авіація помилково вразила групу афганських урядових солдатів (BBC Ukrainian) 07/25/2004
  • Симоненко - за ЄЕП і проти СОТ. Лідер комуністів не бачить для України перспектив в ЄС чи Світовій Організації Торгівлі (BBC Ukrainian) 07/25/2004
  • Dynamo deal for Rodolfo (UEFA) 07/25/2004
  • Roma struggle to find a place in Ukraine's tough new society (Deutsche Welle) 07/25/2004
  • Ukrainian Pop Trio [Nu Virgos] Set to Make Waves (Malaysia Star) 07/25/2004
  • Ukrainian woman won't be deported (Edmonton Sun) 07/25/2004
  • Nurse caring for ill grandfather fights to stay in Canada (Calgary Herald) 07/25/2004
  • Російський міністр: будівництво нової бази Чорноморського флоту не означає виведення зі старої (BBC Ukrainian) 07/25/2004
  • Shack attack [John Baran was not a nice person, and never pretended to be one...] (Winnipeg Sun) 07/25/2004
  • США надалi спiвпрацюватимуть з Україною для покращення безпеки шахт (VOA) 07/25/2004
  • Турботи українського виборця - передусiм матерiальнi (VOA) 07/25/2004
  • Впливовий американський сенатор про передвиборчу ситуацiю в Українi (VOA) 07/25/2004
  • Сенат США схвалив резолюцiю щодо виборiв в Українi (VOA) 07/25/2004

  • Ukrainian lawmaker [Olexi Kozachenko] survives assassination attempt, one attacker killed (AFP/Khaleej Times) 07/24/2004
  • The Ukrainian-Canadian connection. Kalyna's Song [Book] (Globe and Mail) 07/24/2004
  • Website: Documents on the Gyorgy Gongadze case (Delogongadze) 07/24/2004
  • British journalists post protocols of witness interrogations in Gongadze case on web (Interfax) 07/24/2004
  • Оприлюднено 180 сторінок допитів у справі Гонгадзе (Українська правда) 07/24/2004
  • Сенат США закликав Україну до демократичних виборів (BBC Ukrainian) 07/24/2004
  • У Києві відбувся форум прихильників В.Януковича (BBC Ukrainian) 07/24/2004

  • Ukraine's Critical Elections - Will They Be Free and Fair? Statement of Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell, Co-Chairman, U.S. Helsinki Commission (BRAMA) 07/23/2004
  • Spain, Ukraine teens set for fairytales in the Netherlands [UEFA European U-19 Championship] (FIFA) 07/23/2004
  • Criticism mounting for federal prosecutor [U.S. Attorney Kevin Ryan, the point man for the Bush administration's Justice Department in Northern California...the money-laundering conviction of former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavel Lazarenko] (San Jose Mercury News) 07/23/2004
  • U.S. Senate Passes Ukraine Elections Resolution; Ukraine Urged to Ensure Democratic, Transparent and Fair Presidential Election (US Newswire) 07/23/2004
  • State authorities are sending people from Donetsk region on business trips in large groups in order to use their ballots [Click Eng top left] (Our Ukraine) 07/23/2004
  • Влада відправляє у масові відрядження людей з Донеччини, щоб скористатися їхніми бюлетенями (Our Ukraine) 07/23/2004
  • Yanukovych, Trade Union Federation conclude social contract (Interfax) 07/23/2004
  • Kyiv may raise question of creating free trade zone during Ukraine-Russia business forum in Crimea - Baziv (Interfax) 07/23/2004
  • Islamic Development Bank Supports Education and Health of Crimean Tatars (RISU) 07/23/2004
  • Senate urges Ukraine to Ensure Democratic, Transparent and Fair Presidential Election (CSCE) 07/23/2004
  • The truth about Hiv-Aids in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (Messenger) 07/23/2004
  • Pope Sends Condolences for Mine Victims (RISU) 07/23/2004
  • Carpatho-Rusyns have designs on old cathedral (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) 07/23/2004
  • Ukrainian Seminary Day celebration this Sunday (Shamokin News Item) 07/23/2004
  • Tour highlights churches (Phoenix) 07/23/2004
  • Do absent dads hurt the family? Myroslav Kuyaldin is a very popular television presenter and musician in Kiev, Ukraine. (BBC) 07/23/2004
  • For the Record: 23 July 2004, Friday - Decade's Worst Rail Accidents in Europe [October 7, 1997. Ukraine. Collision between a train and a coach near Dniepropetrovsk, eastern Ukraine: 18 dead, 2 injured.] (Novinite) 07/23/2004
  • Discussions Continue On U.S. Military 'Footprint' in Europe (USDOD) 07/23/2004
  • Yadviga's story: Everything in its time; 91-year-old woman prepares for Bat Mitzvah [During the war...Yadviga's parents and 21 members of her family were killed by Ukrainian rebels who were trying to take over eastern Poland.][?] (Kansas City Jewish Chronicle) 07/23/2004
  • Zhdanovych finding her stride (Fergus Falls Daily Journal) 07/23/2004
  • 2004 Summer Olympic Games Preview - Gymnastics [Roman Zozulya, Alina Kozich, Yuri Nikitin] (Sports Network) 07/23/2004
  • Rebrov is a free agent, say Tottenham (Reuters) 07/23/2004
  • Україна - в десятці провідних піратів (BBC Ukrainian) 07/23/2004
  • Сталь приватизували. На черзі - руда (BBC Ukrainian) 07/23/2004
  • На форумі молоді у Києві оголошено про підтримку В.Януковича (BBC Ukrainian) 07/23/2004
  • На участь у виборах вже 15 кандидатів (BBC Ukrainian) 07/23/2004
  • Українці додають населення Чехії (BBC Ukrainian) 07/23/2004
  • IMF recommends raising transparency of Ukrainian banks' operations (Interfax) 07/23/2004
  • President Kuchma Hails Ukraine's Space Industry (BBC/Red Nova) 07/23/2004

  • Bill Frist: Urging the government of Ukraine to ensure a democratic, transparent, and fair election process for the presidential election on October 31, 2004 (Congressional Record) 07/22/2004
  • Photo: A daughter of a killed Ukrainian miner mourns over his coffin during the funeral ceremony in the town of Dimitrovo near Donetsk, July 22, 2004. More than 30 miners were killed when a methane explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery on July 19 in the country's worst mining accident in two years. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • Photo: Relatives weep over the coffin of a Ukrainian miner during a funeral in the town of Dimitrovo near Donetsk, July 22, 2004. Ukrainian rescuers gave up hope of finding five missing miners alive three days after a pit blast in which 31 were confirmed dead, officials said. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • Photo: The Rossia mine is seen raising above the sunflower field in the tiny miner town of Krasnoarmeysk next to the Krasnolimanskaya mine, where Monday an explosion killed at least 31 coal workers, in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk region on Thursday, July 22, 2004. Ukrainian mines are considered among the world's deadliest. Since the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union, 4,276 miners have died in accidents in Ukraine. (AP/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • July 22 in History - 1888, Selman Abraham Waksman, US microbiologist, is born in what is now Ukraine. He won the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1952 for his discovery of streptomycin. (AP/Vietnam News) 07/22/2004
  • Росiйський телепублiцист Доренко прибув в Україну «поговорити iз своїм народом» (VOA) 07/22/2004
  • Генпрокуратура звинувачує посла США в полiтизацiї «суто кримiнальної» справи (VOA) 07/22/2004
  • В Одесi фiксуються порушення виборчого законодавства (VOA) 07/22/2004
  • ЦВК отримала документи ще п`яти кандидатiв у президенти (VOA) 07/22/2004
  • Ukraine Mine Blast Victims Mourned (AP/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • Photo: A daughter of miner Dmytro Kushchiy cries over her father's coffin (unseen) as she holds her family portrait during funeral ceremony in Dimitrovo, some 70 km (44 miles) of Ukraine's eastern regional capital of Donetsk, Thursday, July 22, 2004. Hundreds of weeping relatives, friends and colleagues bid their last farewell to some of the victims of an explosion at the Ukraine's Krasnolimanskaya mine, that killed 31 and left 5 missing. (AP/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • Photo: A relative of miner Dmytro Kushchiy cries over his coffin, his portrait in the background, during a funeral ceremony in Dimitrovo, some 70 km (44 miles) of Ukraine's eastern regional capital of Donetsk, Thursday, July 22, 2004. Hundreds of weeping relatives, friends and colleagues bid their last farewell to 15 victims of an explosion at the Ukraine's Krasnolimanskaya mine, that killed 31 and left 5 missing. (AP/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • Photo: Relatives of Oleksandr Ostapenko and his son Roman, both killed in the blast, grieve during a funeral ceremony in Dimitrovo, some 70 km (44 miles) of Ukraine's eastern regional capital of Donetsk, Thursday, July 22, 2004. Hundreds of weeping relatives, friends and colleagues bid their last farewell to 15 victims of an explosion at the Ukraine's Krasnolimanskaya mine, that killed 31 and left 5 missing. (AP/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, right, lays flowers on a miner's coffin during a funeral ceremony in Dimitrovo, some 70 km (44 miles) of Ukraine's eastern regional capital of Donetsk, Thursday, July 22, 2004. Hundreds of weeping relatives, friends and colleagues bid their last farewell to 15 victims of an explosion at the Ukraine's Krasnolimanskaya mine, that killed 31 and left 5 missing. (AP/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • Photo: A girl cries on a coffin of her father, a miner killed in an explosion in a mine, at a funeral in the town of Dimitrovo, near the Krasnolimanskaya mine, the site of Monday's powerful methane blast, Ukraine, Thursday, July 22, 2004. Hundreds of weeping relatives, friends and colleagues paid their last respects Thursday at a funerals 15 miners who were among at least 31 killed in an explosion and fire in a Ukrainian mine. (AP/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • CEC registers three presidential candidates in addition to 12 already registered (Interfax) 07/22/2004
  • Photo: A relative mourns over the coffin of a Ukrainian miner, killed by a blast, during the funeral ceremony in the town of Dimitrovo near Donetsk, July 22, 2004. More than 30 miners were killed when a methane explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery on July 19 in the country's worst mining accident in two years. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • 'Buy Joe Get Dima Free' Offshore Labor Saves Local Jobs [Project Manager Michael Kovalyukh immigrated from Ukraine 4 years ago] (PRNewswire) 07/22/2004
  • Kuchma, Putin may meet in Crimea July 26 - Russian embassy (Interfax) 07/22/2004
  • Ukrainian ecologists protest Danube-Black Sea canal (Interfax) 07/22/2004
  • EU Requests Halt on Ukraine's Danube Canal Work (EarthVision) 07/22/2004
  • Ukraine accuses Romania of smear campaign against Danube shipping canal (AFP/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian woman takes a boat trip down the Danube delta. Ukraine accused Romania of leading a smear campaign against Kiev's construction of a key shipping canal in the Danube delta in an escalating dispute over the UNESCO (news - web sites)-protected environment. (AFP/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • Fire at Ukraine's Krasnolimanskaya mine stopped (Interfax) 07/22/2004
  • Ukraine Coal Mine Fire Extinguished; Total of 36 Feared Dead (Bloomberg) 07/22/2004
  • Adaptation to European norms is main trend in Ukraine's European integration - Justice Ministry (Interfax) 07/22/2004
  • Marx loses his grip, 156 years on. Observations on taxes. (New Statesman) 07/22/2004
  • Ferris Questions Import of Ukranian Grain (Irish Politics) 07/22/2004
  • A Less Traveled Road for MBAs (Business Week) 07/22/2004
  • Ukranian visitors learn from UTA (Shorthorn) 07/22/2004
  • Alcohol, anxiety and Aeroflot (Guardian) 07/22/2004
  • MiG under fire for arming Sudan [Amnesty International researchers say they had received testimonies from civilians in Sudan who claimed to have been bombed by Russian-made MiGs and Ukrainian Antonov general-use transport craft operated by the Sudanese air force.] (Sudan Tribune) 07/22/2004
  • Crimean Tatars: Statement at the WGIP (UNPO) 07/22/2004
  • More World Vision aid hits the ground in South Darfur, Sudan (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/22/2004
  • Romania sweetens illegal trade [increasing rise of illegal sugar smuggled in from Romania and Ukraine] (Budapest Sun) 07/22/2004
  • Study: Global CD Piracy Trade Tops $4.5 Billion (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • Close Encounters With a Home Barely Known [Adoption] (NY Times) 07/22/2004
  • Tournament loses another player [Dent's withdrawal put Alex Kuznetsov in the second round as the fifth lucky loser.] (Indianapolis Star) 07/22/2004
  • Chess: Sasi loses to Ponomariov (Calcutta Telegraph) 07/22/2004
  • Student musicians to give concert [Ukrainian Bell Carol] (Standard-Times) 07/22/2004
  • В.Ющенко: патріот України не є ксенофобом. Депутата О.Тягнибока вилучено за фракції Нашої України за розпалення міжнаціональної ворожнечі (BBC Ukrainian) 07/22/2004
  • Чисельна перевага Віктора Януковича: які джерела? Опозиція твердить, що підписи за кандидата збирають з допомогою адмінресурсу (BBC Ukrainian) 07/22/2004

  • Pardew - We'd be silly to miss out on Rebrov (IOL) 07/21/2004
  • Польща просить пояснень щодо режиму «Одеса-Броди» (VOA) 07/21/2004
  • Дебати щодо гiдного рiвня зарплат i пенсiй в Українi (VOA) 07/21/2004
  • Жалоба за жертвами трагедiї на шахтi «Краснолиманська» (VOA) 07/21/2004
  • Photo: An Orthodox nun lights a candle to commemorate victims of the deadly mine explosion in Donetsk, 729 km (452 miles) east of Ukraine's capital Kiev, Wednesday, July 21, 2004. The methane and coal dust explosion late Monday in the Krasnolimanskaya mine in the Donetsk region killed 31 coal workers. (AP/Yahoo) 07/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, left, lights a candle to commemorate victims of the deadly mine explosion in Donetsk, 729 km. (452 miles) east of Ukraine's capital Kiev, Wednesday, July 21, 2004. The methane and coal dust explosion in the Krasnolimanskaya mine in the Donetsk region late Monday killed some 31 coal workers. (AP/Yahoo) 07/21/2004
  • Central European Media Enterprises Ltd. Announces Award of Additional Broadcasting Time in Ukraine Following Successful Tender Application (PRNewswire) 07/21/2004
  • Representatives of Constantinople and Moscow Patriarchates Meet In Kyiv (RISU) 07/21/2004
  • Мадлен Олбрайт i Рiчард Голбрук про ситуацiю в Українi (VOA) 07/21/2004
  • Ukrainian Mine Fire Partially Contained (AP/Guardian) 07/21/2004
  • Fire in Ukrainian mine under control (Interfax-Russia) 07/21/2004
  • Our Neighbors - The Ukrainians [Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 07/21/2004
  • Full spectrum [Pagedown - Virsky Ukrainian National Dance Company (Dec. 4)] (New Orleans Times-Picayune) 07/21/2004
  • Designer suits to lawsuits. Toronto agency lays claim on model's earnings U.S. agent allegedly owes commission [Darla Werbowy...one of today's hottest supermodels...'the face' of Prada's first perfume ad appears in U.S. Vogue in September.] (Toronto Star) 07/21/2004
  • On track: Beauty of string and a prayer [Irish-Ukranian violinist Pavlo Beznosiuk is top of his field] (New Zealand Herald) 07/21/2004
  • Ukraine mourns pit blast deaths (BBC) 07/21/2004
  • Ukraine: Odessa Markets Closed by Typhoid Outbreak (VOA) 07/21/2004
  • 142 Ukrainian citizens had incomes of over $1m in 2003 - Tax Administration (Interfax) 07/21/2004
  • Fire rages, hope fades for trapped Ukraine miners (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/21/2004
  • 5 Ukrainian Miners Sought As Fire Rages (AP/Yahoo) 07/21/2004
  • Ukraine mine is flooded to put out fire where 31 died (AP/Chicago Sun-Times) 07/21/2004
  • Ukraine coal mine blast kills at least 31 (Financial Times) 07/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian rescuers take a rest after searching for missing miners in the pit of the Krasnolimanska coal mine, west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through the coal mine, killing at least 31 miners and trapping five more in a blazing pit in the country's worst mining accident in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/21/2004
  • Photo: Map - An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian coal mine, killing at least 31 miners and trapping five more in a blazing pit in the country's worst mining accident in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on July 20, 2004. The accident at the Krasnolimanska mine, 30 miles west of Donetsk, was the latest in a long series of tragedies plaguing the industry and served a harsh reminder of the country's legacy of creaking Soviet infrastructure. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/21/2004
  • Індепендент: Зубожілі шахтарі вимикають детектори метану (BBC Ukrainian) 07/21/2004
  • How Saddam Failed the Yeltsin Test (NY Times) 07/21/2004
  • Kendall-Jackson winery pays homage to tomato [More than 175 heirloom tomato varieties...Ukrainian Queen] (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review) 07/21/2004
  • Ukraine ranks world's 107th by economic liberty level - Cato Institute report (Interfax) 07/21/2004
  • Compensations to mine accident victims' families may reach UAH 6 million (Interfax) 07/21/2004
  • Drunken man falls to death from rooftop [Vasil Heletey, 36, a contractor...enjoying a drunken celebration of his return from a trip to the Ukraine] (NY Newsday) 07/21/2004
  • На Донбасі - триденна жалоба (BBC Ukrainian) 07/21/2004

  • The General Assembly today voted overwhelmingly to demand that Israel heed last month’s advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to halt construction on its security barrier in the West Bank, tear down the portions built on Palestinian land, and provide reparations to Palestinians (UN) 07/20/2004
  • Yushchenko presented his condolences to the families of the lost miners [For English, click top left] (Our Ukraine) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian rescuers behind stretchers prepared for dead miners near the pit of the Krasnolimanska coal mine, 50 km (30 miles) west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery, killing at least 31 miners and trapping five more in a blazing pit in the country's worst mining accident in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Ukraine: EU Approves Reduced Loan To Upgrade Nuclear Units (RFE/RL) 07/20/2004
  • Україна позичила 60 мiльйонiв доларiв для боротьби з туберкульозом та СНIДом (VOA) 07/20/2004
  • Трагедiя на шахтi «Краснолиманська» (VOA) 07/20/2004
  • Краснолиманська: піднято тіла всіх загиблих шахтарів (BBC Ukrainian) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Black smoke is seen coming from the chimney of the Krasnolimanskaya mine in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk region late Tuesday, July 20, 2004. An explosion of methane and coal dust is thought to have killed at least 31 miners in one of Ukraine's deadliest mine accidents. The fire is expected to extinguish in two days, officials said (AP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian rescuers smoke as they take a break after searching for missing miners in the pit of the Krasnolimanska coal mine, 50 km (30 miles) west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery, killing at least 31 miners and trapping five more in a blazing pit in the country's worst mining accident in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian rescuers load a stretcher holding the body of a dead miner into a truck outside the pit of the Krasnolimanska coal mine, 50 km (30 miles) west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. A methane explosion ripped through a Ukrainian coal mine, killing more than 30 workers in the country's worst mining accident in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Relatives wait for news at the Krasnolimanskaya mine in Donetsk region, Ukraine, Tuesday, July 20, 2004. Rescuers flooded a shaft at an eastern Ukrainian coal mine with water and nitrogen gas Tuesday in an effort to extinguish a raging fire and resume searching for survivors from an explosion that killed 31. (AP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Relatives of a miner trapped underground after a methane blast, comfort each other outside the pit of the Krasnolimanska coal mine, 50 km (30 miles) west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery, killing at least 31 miners and trapping five more in a blazing pit in the country's worst mining accident in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Rescuers stand after searching for survivors in the Krasnolimanskaya mine in Donetsk region, Ukraine, Tuesday, July 20, 2004. Rescuers flooded a shaft at an eastern Ukrainian coal mine with water and nitrogen gas Tuesday in an effort to extinguish a raging fire and resume searching for survivors from an explosion that killed 31 (AP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Emergency workers put a stretcher with a body, recovered from the Krasnolimanskaya mine, in a truck in Donetsk region, Ukraine, Tuesday, July 20, 2004. Rescuers flooded a shaft at an eastern Ukrainian coal mine with water and nitrogen gas Tuesday in an effort to extinguish a raging fire and resume searching for survivors from an explosion that killed 31. (AP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Miners, who managed to escape from an explosion walk Tuesday, July 20, 2004 at Krasnolimanskaya mine in Ukraine. Rescuers battled a raging fire and deadly gases deep in the eastern Ukrainian coal mine Tuesday looking for survivors from a methane gas explosion that killed at least 31 miners. Emergency workers had recovered 31 bodies later Tuesday and were seeking five others in the Krasnolimanskaya mine, near the city of Donetsk 700 kilometers (450 miles) from Kiev, Ukraine. (AP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian rescue worker smokes as he rests after searching for missing miners in the pit of the Krasnolimanska coal mine, 50 km (30 miles) west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery, killing at least 31 miners and trapping five more in a blazing pit in the country's worst mining accident in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian rescuers carry their equipment as they leave the pit after searching for missing miners at the Krasnolimanska coal mine, 50 km (30 miles) west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery, killing at least 31 miners and trapping five more in a blazing pit in the country's worst mining accident in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Relatives of dead miners cry in front of the Krasnolimanskaya mine in the small town of Rodinske, in the eastern Ukrainian Donetsk region. (AFP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Map of Ukraine locating coal mine blast on Monday (AFP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Emergency staff wait for the victims in front of the Krasnolimanskaya mine in the small town of Rodinske, in the eastern Ukrainian Donetsk region. (AFP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Big money lands Quality at Fasig-Tipton July [John Gasper of Lane’s End Bloodstock, agent, bid $825,000 for an iron gray Cozzene half brother to current graded stakes winner St Averil on behalf of Alexander Garese, a banker from Kiev, Ukraine. It was the first Thoroughbred purchase for Garese, who plans to race in Europe.] (Thoroughbred Times) 07/20/2004
  • Colt Goes for $950,000 at Yearling Sale [Agent John Gasper of Lane's End Bloodstock paid $825,000 for a gray or roan colt by Cozzene, out of the filly Avie's Fancy. Gasper bought the colt for Alexander Garese, a banker from Ukraine, and said the horse would race in Europe.] (AP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • S&P upgrades Ukraine to B plus (Financial Times) 07/20/2004
  • Forward and backward: Odesa-Brody pipeline story continues [Pagedown] (RFE/RL) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian rescuers take a rest after searching for missing miners in the pit of the Krasnolimanska coal mine, 50 km west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery, killing at least 25 miners and trapping 11 deep in a blazing pit in the country's biggest mining tragedy in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian rescuers enter a pit to search for missing miners at the Krasnolimanska coal mine, 50 km west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery, killing at least 25 miners and trapping 11 deep in a blazing pit in the country's biggest mining tragedy in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Relatives of miners trapped underground after a methane blast wait for information outside the pit at the Krasnolimanska coal mine, 50 km west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery, killing at least 25 miners and trapping 11 deep in a blazing pit in the country's biggest mining tragedy in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • У Києві невідомі побили та пограбували фотокореспондента УНІАН (УНІАН) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: A general view of the Krasnolimanska coal mine where a methane blast occurred, 50 km west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery, killing at least 25 miners and trapping 11 deep in a blazing pit in the country's biggest mining tragedy in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Donetsk Oblast State Administration Calls Enterprises and Citizens to Render Financial Aid to Families of Miners, Perished in 'Krasnolymanska' (UNIAN) 07/20/2004
  • Ukraine Launches Criminal Case Over Mine Blast (Interfax/Troy Record) 07/20/2004
  • Ukraine Prime Minister Flies to Mine Accident Site, to Miss Talks With Russians (Interfax/Troy Record) 07/20/2004
  • Ukrainian Officials Head to Mine Collapse; 11 Trapped (VOA) 07/20/2004
  • Toll Rises to 31 in Ukrainian Coal Mine Blast (Reuters) 07/20/2004
  • Methane Blast Kills 31 at Ukrainian Mine (AP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • At least 31 miners killed, five missing in Ukraine mine blast (AFP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Ukraine rescuers search for blast survivors (IOL) 07/20/2004
  • Fire and Gas Hamper Mine Blast Rescue (The Scotsman) 07/20/2004
  • Major mining accidents in Ukraine since 1991 (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/20/2004
  • Blast kills 25 Ukrainian miners (Reuters) 07/20/2004
  • Ukrainian blast kills 25 miners (BBC) 07/20/2004
  • At least 25 miners killed in Ukraine mine blast (AFP/Khaleej Times) 07/20/2004
  • Gas explosion kills 25 Ukraine miners (UPI/Wash Times) 07/20/2004
  • Ukrainian journalists in town to study role of youths (Billings Gazette) 07/20/2004
  • S&P raises Ukraine ratings To 'B+/B (Interfax) 07/20/2004
  • IMF mission comes to Ukraine to revise precautionary stand-by program (Interfax) 07/20/2004
  • IMF mission arrives in Ukraine (Interfax-Russia) 07/20/2004
  • Key facts and figures about HIV/AIDS (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/20/2004
  • Kuchma appoints new military commanders (Interfax) 07/20/2004
  • Stanley visits Kyiv (AP/Winnipeg Sun) 07/20/2004
  • Вибух і пожежа на шахті у Донбасі (BBC Ukrainian) 07/20/2004
  • Corbett lines up Ukranian [Konstantine Shvets for the vacant WBF world light-heavyweight title] (BBC) 07/20/2004
  • Ukraine mine blast kills 21 miners-Russian agency (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/20/2004
  • Ukraine blast sees at least 24 dead (AFP/Sydney Morning Herald) 07/20/2004

  • General Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine to Study Protocols Relating Gongadze case, Made Public by British Union of Journalists (UNIAN) 07/19/2004
  • Tennis: Defending champ ousts Ukrainian [Julia Vakulenko] (ESPN) 07/19/2004
  • Вибори в Українi можуть обернутися мiжнародною кризою, вважає британський часопис (VOA) 07/19/2004
  • За чим до Києва прибув Глiб Павловський? [В Україні почне працювати «Російський клуб»...] (VOA) 07/19/2004
  • Ukraine refuses to yield on canal in Danube area (Reuters/IHT) 07/19/2004
  • An elderly Ukrainian woman is seen holding a portrait of Vladimir Lenin in a meeting in Kiev's European Square in this November 7, 2003 file photo. Soviet icon Lenin died of syphilis - experts say. (Reuters) 07/19/2004
  • At least 24 miners killed in Ukraine mine blast [Krasnolimanskaya mine, in the eastern Donetsk region]: ministry (AFP/Yahoo) 07/19/2004
  • Photo: A young miner smokes after he came up from coalface at the end of his shift, September 2003, at Skochinsky mine, one of the deepest and most dangerous, in Donetsk, easetrn Ukraine. At least 24 miners have been killed and 13 were missing in a gas explosion and fire that ravaged a coal mine in eastern Ukraine, the Ukrainian emergencies ministry said. (AFP/Yahoo) 07/19/2004
  • Lightning forward Ruslan Fedotenko brings Stanley Cup to Ukraine (AP/Canada.com) 07/19/2004
  • Judge's killing stuns Israel [Israel is still considered the primary country dealing in the so-called white slave trade, with thousands of young girls from Russia, Ukraine and the Baltic republics lured to Israel every year and end up working as prostitutes in Israel.] (Al-Jazeera) 07/19/2004
  • Greek and Roman Catholics Ask for Return of Lviv Church (RISU) 07/19/2004
  • Orthodox (UOC-Kyivan Patriarchate) Sobor Addresses Presidential Elections (RISU) 07/19/2004
  • Head of Three Faiths Forum Praises Work of Ukraine’s Jews (RISU) 07/19/2004
  • Muslims Support Yanukovych for President (RISU) 07/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych is seen during his interview to the Associated Press in his cabinet office in Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, July 15, 2004. According to the most recent opinion poll conducted by the Kiev-based Razumkov Center think tank, more than 25 percent of voters favor leading opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko for the post of president, while some 17 percent favor Yanukovych. Elections are due this fall. (AP/Yahoo) 07/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych is seen during his interview to the Associated Press in his cabinet office in Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, July 15, 2004. According to the most recent opinion poll conducted by the Kiev-based Razumkov Center think tank, more than 25 percent of voters favor leading opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko for the post of president, while some 17 percent favor Yanukovych. Elections are due this fall. (AP/Yahoo) 07/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych is seen during his interview to the Associated Press in his cabinet office in Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, July 15, 2004. According to the most recent opinion poll conducted by the Kiev-based Razumkov Center think tank, more than 25 percent of voters favor leading opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko for the post of president, while some 17 percent favor Yanukovych. Elections are due this fall. (AP/Yahoo) 07/19/2004
  • Mutual congratulations in Kriens [Pavlo Yakovenko, Ukraine coach] (UEFA) 07/19/2004
  • 2004 Summer Olympic Games Preview - Modern Pentathlon (Herald News) 07/19/2004
  • Three seeds reach second round in Palermo (XETV) 07/19/2004
  • Ukrainian politician drives armored personnel carrier to submit candidacy papers [Dmytro Korchynsky] (AP/WCCO) 07/19/2004
  • Literally Father [President Kuchma’s daughter Olena Franchuk and her husband Viktor Pinchuk] (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/19/2004
  • Ukrainian native remembered as WWII survivor, radio show host. Mykola Gotman, wife produced Ukrainian Melodies (Utica Observer-Dispatch) 07/19/2004
  • NFAP: New Study Finds Over 60% of the Nation's Top Science and Math Students are Children of Immigrants (BusinessWire) 07/19/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ruslan Fedotenko (C), accompanied by his wife Debbie (R) and Ukrainian hockey fans, holds up the NHL Stanley Cup trophy during a presentation at Kiev's Boryspil ariport, July 19, 2004. Each member of the Cup-winning team, the players, coaches and management, traditionally spend a day with the Cup. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/19/2004
  • Ukraine To Proceed With Danube Canal Amid Criticism (RFE/RL) 07/19/2004
  • Ukrainian Premier to participate in election debates on TV; Ukrainian presidential administration denies EU summit was failure (RFE/RL) 07/19/2004
  • Odesa-Brody Reversal Could Become Permanent - Fitch (Interfax) 07/19/2004
  • Putin Calls for Strengthening of CIS (VOA) 07/19/2004
  • Kuchma inks $5 mln IBRD Internet loan deal (Interfax) 07/19/2004
  • Reforms and Order to support Yuschenko in presidential race (Interfax) 07/19/2004
  • Russian Presidential Administration head to visit Kyiv (Interfax) 07/19/2004
  • Shakhtar steal a march (UEFA) 07/19/2004
  • Ukrainian charged with killing Shakhtar football club president may be extradited from Greece (Interfax) 07/19/2004
  • Regulation of Social Information Legal Relations in Ukraine (Computer Crime Research Center) 07/19/2004
  • Ukraine to protect children from porn (Computer Crime Research Center) 07/19/2004
  • Chernobyl still hitting shrooms (News24) 07/19/2004
  • Organ Trafficking [Organ theft and trading in Ukraine is a smooth operation.] (Zongoo Daily News) 07/19/2004
  • Deaf SA woman scoops world beauty award [Second princess, Tatyana Prichodko, 20, from Ukraine, also won the title Miss Sympathy] (IOL) 07/19/2004
  • New dance studio keeps students on their toes (Williamsport Sun-Gazette) 07/19/2004
  • Orphans hoping to bond with Porterville families (Porterville Recorder) 07/19/2004
  • Race to help orphans [Chernobyl/Chornobyl] (This is London) 07/19/2004
  • Honey formulations to get cheaper? [China the largest honey producing nation in the world followed by the US, Argentina and Ukraine.] (Food Production Daily) 07/19/2004
  • Literature at Risk: The state of our reading habits.[(E)ra of the Ukrainian Easter-Egg Curriculum: elaborately decorated on the surface, hollow within] (National Review) 07/19/2004
  • Україна: дунайський канал не зашкодить довкіллю (BBC Ukrainian) 07/19/2004
  • Засуджених в Іраку моряків можуть помилувати? Речник генпрокуратури каже, що для цього треба алаптувати їхній вирок до українського законодавства (BBC Ukrainian) 07/19/2004
  • МВС розслідує причини стеження за журналістом Ґонґадзе Один з керівників міністерства каже, що розслідування буде завершено за місяць (BBC Ukrainian) 07/19/2004
  • Людський подвиг президента - рішення не балотуватися. Дочка і зять про Леоніда Кучму нині і після президентства (BBC Ukrainian) 07/19/2004
  • Два Віктори: два приводи для святкування. Віктор Янукович співає радянських пісень - Віктор Ющенко пішки йде на Говерлу (BBC Ukrainian) 07/19/2004
  • Ukrainian Politician Seeks Presidency [Dmytro Korchynsky] (AP/Yahoo) 07/19/2004
  • Coalition troops in Iraq (BBC) 07/19/2004
  • Philippines complete Iraq pullout (BBC) 07/19/2004

  • Ukraine tickets go on sale (Footy Mad!) 07/18/2004
  • Pair jumps to top [Olene Movchan of the Ukraine was third at 39.50.] (Calgary Sun) 07/18/2004
  • Speaking out for need to add Russian classes (NY Daily News) 07/18/2004
  • Партію 'Реформи і Порядок' перейменовано. Пинзеник: це має показати, що партія готова до створення єдиної партії 'Наша Україна' (BBC Ukrainian) 07/18/2004
  • We ESPY faux pas: Lots of style losses for sports stars [Oksana Baiul] (Boston Herald) 07/18/2004
  • [Verkhovyna] Ukranian festival celebrates [dance] teacher [Roma Pryma Bohachevsky] (Times Herald-Record) 07/18/2004
  • A Block That Evokes London and Paris [East 79th St. from Fifth to Madison Avenues] (NY Times) 07/18/2004
  • There Are 100 Thousand Sex Workers In Turkey- Survey (Turkish Press) 07/18/2004
  • Irish lose to Ukraine in Davis Cup (RTE.ie Sport) 07/18/2004
  • Summer pix fill Prague ['Everything is Illuminated', starring Elijah Wood as a young man searching for the Ukrainian woman who saved his grandfather's life, began filming on Barrandov's Hostivar stages in mid-June] (Variety/Yahoo) 07/18/2004
  • Radioactive pollution in the Caspian Sea (Persian Journal) 07/18/2004
  • 16th International Bosphorus Swimming, Rowing And Sailing Races Held (Turkish Press) 07/18/2004

  • Єврокомісія має прийняти рішення про кредити для українських АЕС (BBC Ukrainian) 07/17/2004
  • In Search of a Home: Ten Ukrainian orphans arrive in Porterville for three-week visit with potential families. (Fresno Bee) 07/17/2004
  • Toasting a tomato breeder [Dr. Oved Shifriss worked for the Burpee seed company, spent years experimenting with thousands of tomato combinations, including those from his father's native Ukraine...] (SF Chronicle) 07/17/2004
  • Bradt travel guides specialize in the unknown, the unusual (AP/Stamford Advocate) 07/17/2004

  • Hillary R. Clinton: Human Trafficking (Congressional Record) 07/16/2004
  • Photo: The Henry Delaunay trophy is given to the winners of the European football championship. The president of the Ukrainian Football Federation told AFP that Ukraine could snub Poland and turn to Russia in its bid to jointly stage Euro 2012 (AFP/Yahoo) 07/16/2004
  • Two Russians, three Ukrainian acquitted in US on drug trafficking charge (Interfax) 07/16/2004
  • Juggling basics [Did you know in 1995 that a player from the Ukraine juggled a ball for over 24 hours straight to set a world record?] (USN Soccer Team) 07/16/2004
  • Remarks by President Bush at the National Training Conference on Human Trafficking (PRNewswire) 07/16/2004
  • 950 років розколу християнства. Велика Схизма вважається однією з причин розмежування Європейської цивілізації на Східну та Західну (BBC Ukrainian) 07/16/2004
  • Представник адміністрації президента каже, що Київ не збирається змінювати рішення про реверс нафтопроводу Одеса-Броди (BBC Ukrainian) 07/16/2004
  • Політичні амбіції Тігіпка. Голова Нацбанку підтвердив, що вгамовує власні політичні амбіції, підтримуючи Януковича (BBC Ukrainian) 07/16/2004
  • Григорій Суркіс: Україна може подати заявку на проведення чемпіонату Європи-2012 разом з Росією (BBC Ukrainian) 07/16/2004
  • Наша Україна закликає голосувати трудових мігрантів. Ющенко: влада намагатиметься мінімізувати вплив голосів трудових мігрантів на результати виборів (BBC Ukrainian) 07/16/2004
  • В Україні названо нові найбільші приватизаційні проекти (BBC Ukrainian) 07/16/2004
  • Ukraine Seeks New 2012 Bid Partner [Surkis ready to scrap plans to bid for Euro2012 co-hosting duties with Poland to start from scratch with Russia] (Soccer365) 07/16/2004
  • Yanukovych ready to participate in TV debates with any presidential candidate (Interfax) 07/16/2004
  • 'Madam Hooch' rides her broomstick in from Odesa: Actress Zoë Wanamaker offers a glimpse into her family history (BRAMA) 07/16/2004
  • State Dept personnel changes bring new faces to US-Ukraine affairs (BRAMA) 07/16/2004
  • Mandela Urges More Action Against 'Ignored' Tuberculosis [AIDS and TB] (LA Times) 07/16/2004
  • Ukraine waiting for specific alternative proposals on Odesa-Brody operation (Interfax) 07/16/2004
  • Gul: Let Report be Objective, Approve Cyprus Package [Odesa-Brody] (Zaman) 07/16/2004
  • [Presidential candidate] Victor Yushchenko has honestly declared all family assets [Click top left for Eng] (Our Ukraine) 07/16/2004
  • Kinakh registered presidential candidate [Party of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs] (Interfax) 07/16/2004
  • Club owner accused of keeping brothel [Among those arrested during the raid were women from Russia, Ukraine... One Ukrainian woman had been sought by the department of home affairs for 15 months.] (IOL) 07/16/2004
  • Europe's Invisible Walls [One of the most notorious (refugee) camps, Payshino, is located on (Ukraine)'s western border. According to (HRW), hundreds of illegal immigrants are being held in the camp under inhumane conditions.] (Deutsche Welle) 07/16/2004
  • On this day: 1996 - In Kiev, Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko narrowly escapes an assassination attempt when a bomb explodes near his motorcade. (News24) 07/16/2004
  • Hacker source code shop suspends operation [The group used a web page with an address in the Ukraine to advertise its wares, saying it was selling 'corporate intelligence'] (Computer Weekly) 07/16/2004
  • Ukrainian aero engine manufacturer warns against WTO entry (BBC/Manufacturing.net) 07/16/2004
  • Ukraine Could Snub Poland And Turn To Russia In Euro 2012 Bid: Official (AFP/Turkish Press) 07/16/2004
  • Dark cloud grows over US sprinting (The Scotsman) 07/16/2004
  • The Big Red Machine roars on in pursuit of gold (AP/Baku Sun) 07/16/2004
  • Hosts and Ukraine lead the way (UEFA) 07/16/2004
  • A world of interest [Ukrainian music, song and dance troupe Svitanok] (ic Teesside) 07/16/2004
  • Youths get to Carnegie Hall (Hamilton County Star) 07/16/2004
  • Groundbreaking set for church (Reno Gazette-Jounal) 07/16/2004
  • Jury acquits 5 from ship with a cargo of cocaine (San Diego Union-Tribune) 07/16/2004
  • Energoatom starts Khmelnytsky reactor (Interfax) 07/16/2004
  • Підтримав Ющенка — отримай «маски-шоу»! [Ще одна ілюстрація до «чесних виборів», які обіцяє влада...] (Україна Молода) 07/16/2004
  • Базів хотів би, щоб критики реверсу “Одеса-Броди” зробили “конкретні альтернативні пропозиції” (УНІАН) 07/16/2004
  • Лазаренко спростовує, що давав інтерв'ю „Львівській газеті”, яке було поширене у ЗМІ (УНІАН) 07/16/2004
  • ООН підрахувала де більше іноземців: Місто Маямі веде перед за відсотком мешканців іноземного походження (BBC Ukrainian) 07/16/2004
  • Countries' positions in UN Human Development Index [Ukraine - 70 out of 177] (AP/Bangladesh Observer) 07/16/2004
  • Saudi, Ukraine sign MoU to avoid double taxation (MENAFN) 07/16/2004
  • TNK Pipeline Plan Irks Turkey [Odessa-Brody] (Moscow Times) 07/16/2004

  • [VIDEO] New York City - 'Big Apple' to get big apples [Ukrainian artist Marina Tsesarska] (NY Newsday) 07/15/2004
  • Coming to 'Big Apple': big apples [Ukrainian artist Marina Tsesarska] (NY Newsday) 07/15/2004
  • Stanley Cup makes first-ever visit to Belarus and Ukraine (NHL) 07/15/2004
  • 32-nation coalition troops for Iraq 'weakening': Report (Deepika Global) 07/15/2004
  • UNLV gives shot in arm to aspiring doc's career [Yevgeniy Korshunov, a native of Russia who calls himself 'half Russian and half Ukrainian'] (Las Vegas Sun) 07/15/2004
  • New Vienna office of UN environment agency to focus on Carpathian Mountains (UN) 07/15/2004
  • Джейнс Інтелідженс Діфенс: НАТО, Євросоюз, Рада Європи і ОБСЄ вже побоюються, що вибори можуть викликати серйозну кризу (BBC Ukrainian) 07/15/2004
  • Тігіпко проти адміністративного тиску на виборах (BBC Ukrainian) 07/15/2004
  • Український уряд продає Укртелеком (BBC Ukrainian) 07/15/2004
  • Український міністр: канал не шкодить Дунаю (BBC Ukrainian) 07/15/2004
  • Російський дисидент в Україні (BBC Ukrainian) 07/15/2004
  • Brazen Hackers Amp Up The Hubris (TechWeb) 07/15/2004
  • Missionary uses music to transcend language barriers (Houston Villager) 07/15/2004
  • Dnestr school closure 'linguistic cleansing'-OSCE [Russian-speaking Dnestr region closed a school for teaching Romanian in Latin script] (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/15/2004
  • Western Press Review: Freeze On Uzbek Aid, Ukrainian Elections, And Slow Justice In The Hague (RFE/RL) 07/15/2004
  • Міліція стежила за Гонгадзе. Правда, на яку чекали чотири роки (Українська правда) 07/15/2004
  • There's no apparent reason for Ukraine to reverse policy on oil pipeline, says U.S. diplomat [Odessa-Brody] (ENN) 07/15/2004
  • If murder won't work, try crying libel [Her partner (Gongadze) was kidnapped and beheaded. Now, charges Ukrainian journalist Olena Prytula, the government is using the courts to shut down her crusading Web site.][Free day pass or subscription] (Salon) 07/15/2004
  • Fighting cyberterrorism: expert's opinion (Computer Crime Research Center) 07/15/2004
  • Phishing [fraudulent e-mail] attack links to organized crime increasing [from former Soviet bloc] (BankInfoSecurity) 07/15/2004
  • Security Bytes: Dragon IDS at a price; company e-mail snoops [Ukranian-registered Web site, bragged it was not worried about authorities] (SearchSecurity) 07/15/2004
  • Yad Vashem Recognizes Righteous Among The Nations (Arutz Sheva) 07/15/2004
  • A crossing of two cultures: Exchange program with sister city Uzhgorod stretches bounds of community (Corvallis Gazette-Times) 07/15/2004
  • The Royal Ballet Returns, Looking Very International [Ukrainian Ivan Putrov] (NY Times) 07/15/2004

  • Prosecutor General Confirmed that Militia Spied on Gongadze (UNIAN) 07/14/2004
  • Virsky Ukrainian National Dance Company 2004 tour and schedule USA-Canada (Action Ukraine Report ) 07/14/2004
  • Christian Party Nominates Incumbent President, Nun for Candidate (RISU) 07/14/2004
  • Горбулiн: вступ України до НАТО залежатиме вiд результату президентських виборiв (VOA) 07/14/2004
  • Кандидатiв зареєстровано уже дев`ять (VOA) 07/14/2004
  • Природне лихо чи наближення виборів? Причини кадрових змін в українських регіонах (BBC Ukrainian) 07/14/2004
  • МВС не може пояснити причин стеження за журналістом. Генеральна прокуратура України визнала, що за Георгієм Ґонґадзе слідкувала міліція (BBC Ukrainian) 07/14/2004
  • Rabbi Beaten in Kyiv (RISU) 07/14/2004
  • Ukrainian Muslims Support PM [Yanukovych] In Presidential Race (Islam Online) 07/14/2004
  • Journey to center of Europe [in Ukraine's Carpathian Mountains] involves wrong turns (AP/Mlive) 07/14/2004
  • Analysis: Ukrainian Oligarchic Parties Back Premier's Presidential Bid (RFE/RL) 07/14/2004
  • AUDIO: Everywhere a Stranger: Myroslav Kuyaldin, a black Ukrainian, can never really blend into the country of his birth. (BBC) 07/14/2004
  • Photo: Searching for identity: As one of the few black Ukrainians, Myroslav Kuyaldin can never really blend into the country of his birth but in his media career this distinctiveness is an asset. (BBC) 07/14/2004
  • Photo: Stranger at home: Black Ukrainian, Myroslav Kuyaldin, is a tv presenter in Kiev (BBC) 07/14/2004
  • A son returns from Iraq [Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 07/14/2004
  • Yuschenko wants moratorium on sale of farmland to be prolonged (Interfax) 07/14/2004
  • Premier [Yanukovych] urges president to dismiss governor [Ivan Kurnitsky] of Ternopil region (Interfax) 07/14/2004
  • Coming to 'Big Apple': big apples (NY Newsday) 07/14/2004
  • In the Ballroom, a Redefinition of 'Couple' [Federation official uses Hopak (Ukrainian folk dance) dancers to argue against allowing same-sex couples] (NY Times) 07/14/2004
  • Ukraine's population falls 30,000 in one month to 47.46 million (Interfax) 07/14/2004
  • US under fire over patent deals at world AIDS forum [(I)n the latest apparent challenge to the US...(t)hree of the big generic producers, Brazil, China and Thailand, joined with Nigeria, Russia and Ukraine to agree to increase production, which could potentially help up to 10 million people in their countries who need the drugs.] (AFP/Yahoo) 07/14/2004
  • EU calls for work halt on Ukraine's Danube canal (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/14/2004
  • 6,944 Indians in foreign jails: Govt [231 in Ukraine] (NDTV) 07/14/2004
  • June's GDP grows 19.1% in Ukraine (Interfax) 07/14/2004
  • Kyivstar GSM to offer GPRS services across Ukraine before fall (Interfax) 07/14/2004
  • Debt improvement for Ukraine operator [CJSC Kyivstar GSM] (Cellular News) 07/14/2004
  • Nokia Wins Ukraine Deal (Unstrung) 07/14/2004
  • Black Sea vineyards seek a wider market (AFP/Business Report) 07/14/2004
  • Potapenko arrested at club (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) 07/14/2004
  • SuperSonics center Potapenko charged with drunken rowdiness [Miami-area nightclub. 'He's embarrassed and apologizes to his franchise, family and everyone.'] (AP/KGW) 07/14/2004
  • Cruel sea of Titanic grips virtuoso in oils [artist Leonid Karapysh] (The Republican) 07/14/2004
  • King Arthur Smoke and steel [Arthur (full name Artorius Castus) is originally from the Ukraine, part of a race known as the Sarmatians...] (Jamaica Observer) 07/14/2004

  • Is a free election possible in Ukraine? By Taras Kuzio (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/13/2004
  • Україна підписала декларацію в справі боротьби з ВІЛ-СНІДом (VOA) 07/13/2004
  • BSA: Piracy adds up to $29B annually [Losses to piracy lower in Ukraine than UK because fewer computers in Ukraine] (GraphicsIQ) 07/13/2004
  • Consortium Service Management Group Announces Results of Thoracic Surgery Using Live Biological Tissue-Bonding Technology in Ukraine Clinical Trials (PR Newswire/Yahoo) 07/13/2004
  • Президентська кампанія - чергові події (VOA) 07/13/2004
  • Sergey Salov wins 1st Grand Prize at the MIMC 2004 (La Scena Musicale) 07/13/2004
  • Shakhtar Donetsk buys five players (AP/Slam!) 07/13/2004
  • Software Manufacturers: Piracy on the Rise [Ukraine: 91 percent of all computer software installed is pirated] (VOA) 07/13/2004
  • Ukrainian Foreign Minister Sent Invitations to International Watchdog [OSCE] to Presidential Election (UNIAN) 07/13/2004
  • Rzhavski Does Not Think He Is the Richest Presidential Candidate (UNIAN) 07/13/2004
  • Expert tips Tihipko to head Cabinet, if Yanukovych wins presidency (Interfax) 07/13/2004
  • Nazi Hunters Start Last Ditch Search in Hungary (Reuters) 07/13/2004
  • MPs say scrap knighthoods (Reuters) 07/13/2004
  • Overseas workers have friends. Cigna call center helps expatriates with medical coverage issues (Delaware News Journal) 07/13/2004
  • Ukraine Confirms Its Interest In Development Of Eurasian Oil-Transport Corridor [Odesa-Brody] (UNIAN) 07/13/2004
  • Decision of Odesa-Brody Reverse Is Temporary and Forced - Ukrainian Foreign Ministry (UNIAN) 07/13/2004
  • Ukraine, Romania Could Not Determine Delimitation Line of Space in Black Sea (UNIAN) 07/13/2004
  • Russian, Ukrainian interior ministers sign cooperation protocol [countering terrorism and crime] (Interfax) 07/13/2004
  • Lithuanian President Swears In [Lithuania will advocate Ukraine's accession to the EU and NATO] (Novinite) 07/13/2004
  • Analysis: U.N. inches closer to Iraq (UPI) 07/13/2004
  • Captors silent on Philippine plea [Iraq - fresh troops are expected from Nepal, Georgia, Ukraine and Azerbaijan for special U.N. force] (Reuters) 07/13/2004
  • Western Press Review [see: 'The Economist' says Russians 'tend to sneer at Ukrainians as poor, backward cousins; but unlike Russia, where AIDS risks being overlooked, Ukraine is taking the threat seriously. The All-Ukraine Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS 'is abuzz with energy...'] (RFE/RL) 07/13/2004
  • OHCHR: BiH became a country of origin of organized prostitution [...victims are mainly coming from Moldavia, Ukraine, and Romania] (Fena) 07/13/2004
  • Two neighbours arrested in connection with woman’s murder [Lyudmila Zipir, 34 from Ukraine] (Cyprus Mail) 07/13/2004
  • Play time in Yalta (Daily Telegraph) 07/13/2004
  • Українську - до 12-го класу. В Україні обіцяють більше навчати українській мові та літературі (BBC Ukrainian) 07/13/2004
  • Поляки хочуть, аби ЄС ухвалив заяву про Україну (BBC Ukrainian) 07/13/2004
  • Україна обіцяє тягти нафтопровід до Плоцька [Одеса-Броди] (BBC Ukrainian) 07/13/2004
  • О.Мороз закликає протистояти шахрайству влади (BBC Ukrainian) 07/13/2004
  • Україна не хоче залишитися довічним сусідом ЄС (BBC Ukrainian) 07/13/2004
  • Ukraine privatization earnings could top plan by nearly 400% (Interfax) 07/13/2004
  • Ukrtransnafta, PERN sign joint venture agreement (Interfax) 07/13/2004

  • Greece: Olympic Games must not lead to a trade off of security for human rights [trafficking] (Amnesty International) 07/12/2004
  • The Iron Lady and the Candidate: Presidential favorite Viktor Yushchenko and opposition firebrand Yulia Tymoshenko make a perfect political pair, but their road together will be rocky. (Transitions Online) 07/12/2004
  • Alexandrov case: Reporters Without Borders and the Institute of Mass Media seek guarantees ahead of the trial (Categorynet) 07/12/2004
  • Виборчий проект за пiдтримки американських українцiв та уряду США (VOA) 07/12/2004
  • Посол Гербст про вибори в Українi, реверс Одеса-Броди та продаж Криворiжсталi (VOA) 07/12/2004
  • European Commission says decision on reverse operation of Odesa-Brody poses risks (Interfax) 07/12/2004
  • Ukrainian Foreign Minister [Kostyantyn Gryshchenko]: 'Thanks to Chabad Shluchim ...' (Lubavitch News) 07/12/2004
  • San Diego Surgeons Restore Vision For Ukrainian Family (San Diego Channel) 07/12/2004
  • Hitting a high note (SF Examiner) 07/12/2004
  • Ukrainian first for Dynamo (UEFA) 07/12/2004
  • Ukrainian PM says land market needed (Interfax) 07/12/2004
  • Riding the wrong horse [Statement by the CIS Countries on the Situation within the OSCE] (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/12/2004
  • “State policy” in action [“What you call censorship is state policy,” Viktor Medvedchuk explained to ... Ukrainskaya Pravda] (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/12/2004
  • We need actions, not intentions [Ukraine-EU summit meeting in The Hague on July 8] (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/12/2004
  • The lost votes [Ukrainians who serve, work, study or travel abroad] (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/12/2004
  • За кордонами України перебувають 7 млн. українських виборців (УНІАН) 07/12/2004
  • Melange ! Smells of trouble. Ukraine does nothing to prevent a man-caused disaster (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/12/2004
  • Ukrainian President Vows Fair And Free Elections (RFE/RL) 07/12/2004
  • Former Ukrainian PM Kinakh nominated for president (Interfax) 07/12/2004
  • Pope to Return Icon Revered by Orthodox in Russia (NY Times) 07/12/2004

  • Photo: Vasily Virastyuk of Ukraine flips a giant truck tire during the Strongman Super Series International contest, in Moscow, July 11, 2004. Some 13 sportsmen from ten countries are taking part in the contest. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/11/2004
  • It's taking a lot to combat evildoers in computer's fight (SunHerald) 07/11/2004
  • On this day: 1990 – Hundreds of thousands of miners in Ukraine hold a one-day strike to protest the policies of the Soviet government. (The Advertiser) 07/11/2004
  • Meeting to address opportunities for adopting Ukrainian children (Review Appeal) 07/11/2004
  • Analysis: Pope gives up on Russian visit (UPI) 07/11/2004
  • США через ОБСЄ закликають Київ збiльшити кiлькiсть вiтчизняних спостерiгачiв на виборах (VOA) 07/11/2004
  • Iнтерв`ю прем`єра Януковича газетi «Вашингтон таймс» (VOA) 07/11/2004
  • Американський сенатор Кемпбелл закликає своїх колег пiдтримати резолюцiю про вибори в Українi (VOA) 07/11/2004
  • Ричард Голбрук вiдвiдав Україну (VOA) 07/11/2004
  • Report: Ukraine's embassy in the red (Jerusalem Post) 07/11/2004
  • Kenya and Ukraine Expand Trade Links (Mathaba) 07/11/2004
  • Польща здивована рішенням України про реверс нафтопроводу Одеса-Броди (BBC Ukrainian) 07/11/2004
  • Християни висунули Кучму кандидатом у президенти (BBC Ukrainian) 07/11/2004
  • Лідери СНД скритикували ОБСЄ (BBC Ukrainian) 07/11/2004
  • When you're 8-foot-4, you don't stay hidden for long [Happy with shoes that finally fit, Leonid Stadnik, 33, is shown last month with his mother Halyna.] (AP/Salt Lake Tribune) 07/11/2004
  • Woman that shook Spain [Spanish families who wanted to sue Ukraine ... After the crash of the Ukrainian aircraft carrying Spanish soldiers] (Turks.US) 07/11/2004

  • Photo: Dynamo Kiev's Olehander Shovkovsky (L) challenges Zhao Batista of Shakhtar Donetsk during their football match of Ukrainian SuperCup in Odessa, July 10, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2004
  • Edwards bones up on foreign policy. Critics scoff at resume, but experiences helped cement VP candidacy (Charlotte Observer) 07/10/2004
  • Global love story takes root locally (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette) 07/10/2004
  • Coach Ditka's campaign just limping along (Chicago Tribune) 07/10/2004
  • Photos: Boxing Stars Meet Chess Champions: Klitschko Brothers are Looking Forward to the World Chess Championship at Centro Dannemann (Chessbase) 07/10/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, left, waves as Dynamo Kiev captain Valentyn Byelkevich lifts the Ukrainian SuperCup, won by his team in a match against Shakhtar Donetsk in Odessa, Saturday, July 10, 2004, with Dynamo Kiev coach Oleg Kuznetsov at right. (AP/Yahoo) 07/10/2004
  • Photo: Dynamo Kiev's captain Valentin Belkevich(R) celebrate their victory over Shakhtar Donetsk during their football match of Ukrainian SuperCup in Odessa, July 10, 2004, as Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich (L) look on. Dynamo Kiev won the SuperCup, defeating Shakhtar Donetsk 7-6. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2004
  • Photo: Players of Dynamo Kiev hold the trophy as they celebrate their victory over Shakhtar Donetsk during their football match of the Ukrainian SuperCup in Odessa, July 10, 2004. Dynamo Kiev won the SuperCup, defeating Shakhtar Donetsk 7-6. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2004
  • Photo: Dynamo Kiev's Elle Kaddure (R) challenges Zhao Batista of Shakhtar Donetsk during their football match of the Ukrainian SuperCup in Odessa, July 10, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2004
  • Photo: Dynamo Kiev's Goran Gavranchich (L) challenges Dzhulius Agakhova of Shakhtar Donetsk during their soccer match in the Ukrainian SuperCup in Odessa, July 10, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2004
  • Human Trafficking: The Victims [AUDIO] (NPR) 07/10/2004

  • James T. Walsh: 5 Wolniak brothers fought and survived WWII (Congressional Record) 07/09/2004
  • Declarations on Incomes of Four Presidential Contenders Made Public (UNIAN) 07/09/2004
  • Віктор Ющенко Персональний сайт 'Моя Україна' -/- Presidential candidate Victor Yushchenko personal website 'My Ukraine' - Ukr/Rus/Eng (Моя Україна) 07/09/2004
  • Prime minister [Yanukovych] vows to keep elections fair (Wash Times) 07/09/2004
  • Kuchma to speak out on TV on occasion of tenth anniversary of his presidency (Interfax) 07/09/2004
  • NATO Bans Sex With Trafficked Women (RFE/RL) 07/09/2004
  • NY Firms Expand Pro Bono Efforts [Sergiy Onishchenko, an associate in Kiev, Ukraine] (NY Law Journal) 07/09/2004
  • Russia, Ex-Soviet States Criticize OSCE (RFE/RL) 07/09/2004
  • Make or break for the United Nations in Iraq (Financial Times) 07/09/2004
  • 'Сварливий' cаміт Україна-ЄС завершився без угод. Британська Independent вважає головною проблему прав людини в Україні (BBC Ukrainian) 07/09/2004
  • Ill-tempered summit leaves Ukraine and EU deadlocked on human rights (Independent) 07/09/2004
  • Two foreign sex workers, pimp arrested in Delhi (New Kerala) 07/09/2004
  • Klitschko brothers split with German promoter (DPA/Expatica) 07/09/2004
  • Vitali Klitschko talks Tyson and Toney (SecondsOut) 07/09/2004

  • Завершився самiт Українa-ЄС (VOA) 07/08/2004
  • Українські політологи підписали декларацію про чесні вибори (VOA) 07/08/2004
  • Domestic Observers Should be Permitted for Ukraine Elections (USDOS) 07/08/2004
  • Russia, Ex-Soviet States Rebuke Democracy Watchdog [Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)] (Reuters) 07/08/2004
  • Presidential candidate Victor Yushchenko reveals 10-step program [Click top left for Eng] (Our Ukraine) 07/08/2004
  • Hueschman checks in at Shakhtar (UEFA) 07/08/2004
  • Czech Huebschman leaves Sparta for Donetsk (Reuters) 07/08/2004
  • Barcauan joins Donetsk in Romanian influx (Reuters) 07/08/2004
  • Athletics: Olympic champion Klugin jumps queue for Bangor (Belfast Telegraph) 07/08/2004
  • Freedom House про ситуацiю з мас-медiа в Українi (VOA) 07/08/2004
  • Генпрокуратура називає статтю в «The Independent» спробою зірвати розслідування (VOA) 07/08/2004
  • Нафтогiн Одеса-Броди запрацює у реверсному режимi (VOA) 07/08/2004
  • «Батькiвщина» попереджає про фальсифiкацiю результатiв виборiв (VOA) 07/08/2004
  • European Union - Ukraine Summit [PDF] (Council of the European Union) 07/08/2004
  • Photo: Stepping into culture [Ukrainian Folk Dance workshop at the Ukrainian Homestead near Lehighton] (Morning Call) 07/08/2004
  • On this day: 1709 - Russian forces under Peter the Great defeat Swedish forces under Charles XII at Poltava, Ukraine. (News24) 07/08/2004
  • NATO Tells Troops to Stay Away from Sex Traffickers (VOA) 07/08/2004
  • Ukrainian presidential campaign starts with all major contenders joining the race (RFE/RL) 07/08/2004
  • [Pagedown] Presidential campaign starts with all major contenders joining the race (RFE/RL) 07/08/2004
  • Under Assault: Ukraine's News Media and the 2004 Presidential Elections [PDF] (Freedom House) 07/08/2004
  • Freedom House urges Ukrainian authorities to end intimidation of media (Interfax) 07/08/2004
  • Ukraine opposition divided ahead of elections [By Taras Kuzio for The Jamestown Foundation] (ISN) 07/08/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma promises fair elections (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/08/2004
  • Authority will [']do its best['] to provide transparent presidential election race, Kuchma (Interfax) 07/08/2004
  • Ukraine: stuck in between [At present, Ukraine is a 'controlled democracy', where three groups of oligarchs hold sway. Press freedom is limited and corruption is rife.] (Radio Netherlands) 07/08/2004
  • EU Meets Unruly Neighbor at the Summit Table [Ukrainian President Kutschma is proving a problem for Brussels] (Deutsche Welle) 07/08/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, left, and Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende give a press conference in The Hague, the Netherlands, Thursday, July 8, 2004. European Union officials met Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma and his delegation to broaden economic and political ties. Balkenende pointed out Ukraine has little chance of joining the EU that absorbed 10 new members last month. (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2004
  • Photo: European Union officials meet Ukrainian President Kuchma and his delegation in The Hague, Netherlands, Thursday July 8, 2004, to broaden economic and political ties. Front row, from left to right: EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana, Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende and EU Commission President Romano Prodi. Back row, from left to right: Ukrainian Minister of Foreign affairs Kostyantyn Grischenko, Ukrainian Vice President Mykola Azarov, Dutch Foreign Minister Bernard Bot and EU Commissioner for external affairs Chris Patten. Balkenende pointed out Ukraine has little chance of joining the EU that absorbed 10 new members last month. (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2004
  • Photo: Dutch prime minister Jan Peter Balkenende, left, talks to EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana in The Hague, the Netherlands, Thursday, July 8, 2004. European Union officials met Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma and his delegation to broaden economic and political ties. Balkenende pointed out Ukraine has little chance of joining the EU that absorbed 10 new members last month. (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2004
  • Ukraine: Holding Out For A Better Deal, Kyiv To Shun EU's Neighborhood Offer [Ukraine's unwillingness to become the first 'new neighbor' to sign up to a European Union action plan is an unexpected blow to the bloc.] (RFE/RL) 07/08/2004
  • EU refuses to grant Ukraine market economy status (AFP/EU Business) 07/08/2004
  • Ukraine-EU plan to be drawn up by this fall, says Kuchma (Interfax) 07/08/2004
  • European neighborhood policy fails to meet Ukraine's interests, Kuchma says (Interfax) 07/08/2004
  • EU ready to grant market economy status to Ukraine on certain terms (Interfax) 07/08/2004
  • Ukraine expects for strict prospects of getting membership in EU - Kuchma (Interfax) 07/08/2004
  • Ukraine, EU strike deal on Ukraine's participation in EU's police mission in Macedonia (Interfax) 07/08/2004
  • Kuchma hopes Ukraine will get market economy status during Netherlands' EU presidency (Interfax) 07/08/2004
  • Iraq: Prospects Dim For Building Broader Multinational Force (RFE/RL) 07/08/2004
  • Ukrainian giant's horizons expand after media attention [Leonid Stadnik] (AP/North Texas Daily) 07/08/2004
  • Russia to help Ukraine to stabilize fuel prices - Yanukovych (Interfax) 07/08/2004
  • Uktransnafta to strike deal with TNK-BP on exploitation of Odesa-Brody pipeline (Interfax) 07/08/2004
  • Ukraine to increase arms exports (VNA) 07/08/2004
  • Valecha Engg ties up with Ukrainian co (Sify) 07/08/2004
  • Blunkett exposes feared invasion of foreign benefit scroungers as 'myth' (Independent) 07/08/2004
  • Ukraine relieves refugees of baggage of exile (UNHCR) 07/08/2004
  • Modestans to help Ukraine burn victim (Modesto Bee) 07/08/2004
  • 'Cocaine ship' seized in Togo [One north American, one Ukrainian and six Venezuelans were arrested] (Republique Togolaise) 07/08/2004
  • Classic Yiddish film 'Der Dibek' ('The Dybbuk') to show at CSMA Saturday (Ithaca Journal) 07/08/2004
  • Summer concerts kick off; Fleetwood Mac nearby [see: Master mandolin and fiddle player Peter Ostroushko] (Billings Outpost) 07/08/2004
  • Guess Who now wants to polka (Toronto Star) 07/08/2004
  • Children from Chernobyl enjoyed a day of fun and games on a farm (Daventry Today) 07/08/2004
  • Abducted boy returns from Costa Rica (Gwinnett Daily Post) 07/08/2004
  • Голова ЦВК запевнив, що мільйони українських громадян за кордоном матимуть право голосу (BBC Ukrainian) 07/08/2004
  • Freedom House: ЗМІ в Україні зазнають нападу (BBC Ukrainian) 07/08/2004
  • Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows Program [Application deadline for fellowships beginning October 1, 2005 is Monday, November 1, 2004] (NED) 07/08/2004
  • NED Announces Spring 2004 Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows [from 5/28/04] (NED) 07/08/2004
  • Україна не отримає статусу ринкової економіки від ЄС (BBC Ukrainian) 07/08/2004
  • Саміт Україна - ЄС завершився оптимістично, але безрезультатно (BBC Ukrainian) 07/08/2004
  • Укртранснафта отримала дозвіл на реверс [Одеса-Броди] (BBC Ukrainian) 07/08/2004
  • [Ukrainian born Israeli] Draft dodger fights deportation (AP/Australian) 07/08/2004

  • Український фондовий ринок - 'найкращий у світі' (BBC Ukrainian) 07/07/2004
  • Basketball: Sumykhimprom Ring the Changes (FIBA Europe) 07/07/2004
  • Athletics: Wheezing puts El Guerrouj in a low mood ahead of Olympics (IH Tribune) 07/07/2004
  • Ukraine Man Wins Lottery for Second Time (AP/Newsday) 07/07/2004
  • Summer Academy in Ukraine [The NATO Istanbul Summit: understanding international security and Euro-Atlantic integration in Ukraine] (NATO) 07/07/2004
  • Чи відмовиться Україна від євроінтеграції? (BBC Ukrainian) 07/07/2004
  • Треті роковини смерті Александрова. Генеральну прокуратуру звинувачують у приховуванні справжніх замовників вбивства (BBC Ukrainian) 07/07/2004
  • Ющенко закликав кандидатів у президенти до чесної боротьби (BBC Ukrainian) 07/07/2004
  • Саміт ЄС-Україна як прощання з Кучмою. Президент Кучма прибуває на саміт, де замість досягнень, звучатимуть заклики до чесних виборів восени (BBC Ukrainian) 07/07/2004
  • Software piracy continues to climb (Al-Jazeera) 07/07/2004
  • Ukraine appoints Eurobond lead managers (Interfax-Russia) 07/07/2004
  • Russia's Upper House Ratifies CFE [Conventional Forces in Europe] Treaty [...it has been ratified only by the former Soviet republics of Ukraine, Belarus, and Kazakhstan] (RFE/RL) 07/07/2004
  • Food Safe International Completes Distribution Agreement with National Consulting Group [a Kiev Ukraine based company] (PrimeZone) 07/07/2004
  • Kuchma orders authorities to ensure lawful use of natural deposits in Ukraine (Interfax) 07/07/2004
  • Brooklyn Girl Journeys To Chernobyl's Heart (New York Observer) 07/07/2004
  • Our Neighbors - The Ukrainians [Iraq, Ukraine elections, Mazepa]][Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 07/07/2004
  • Carabram kicks off Friday night [internationally renowned violinist Vasyl Popadiuk playing throughout Carabram][Canada] (Brampton Guardian) 07/07/2004
  • Adoption firm picks executive to take helm [...will partner with the Ukraine in setting up model programs to help keep children out of orphanages] (Oregonian) 07/07/2004
  • Visa woes fail to stifle harmony (ic Wales) 07/07/2004
  • Sub shop owner sues over ouster from plaza (Arizona Republic) 07/07/2004
  • Chernobyl kids make another long-awaited arrival (Townsend Times) 07/07/2004
  • But is it Art? [Oh, and this just in: The Knights of the Round Table actually came from the Ukraine.] (Boston Globe) 07/07/2004
  • Sprinter Block for Bangor (BBC) 07/07/2004
  • Letter: '10 blessings' worth remembering (Arizona Republic) 07/07/2004
  • On this day: 2002 - At least 34 miners die when a fire breaks out in a coal mine in the eastern Ukraine region of Donetsk; US President George W Bush's administration acknowledges for the first time that Bush relied on faulty intelligence... (News24) 07/07/2004
  • Yuschenko offers candidates to sign declaration on fair election (Interfax) 07/07/2004
  • Kuchma presents car to 16 year-old boy from Novobohdanivka for rescuing fellow-villagers (Interfax) 07/07/2004
  • Ukraine and EU to thrash out future relations (EUobserver) 07/07/2004
  • Kuchma leaves for Netherlands to take part in Ukraine-EU Summit (Interfax) 07/07/2004
  • Україна Кучми = Словаччина Мечіяра (BBC Ukrainian) 07/07/2004
  • Commentary: Is this trial necessary? [Saddam Hussein should be summarily executed] (Wash Times) 07/07/2004
  • World Software Piracy Losses Climb to $29 Billion [Ukraine, Indonesia and Russia again ranked in the top 10] (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/07/2004

  • Ukrainians in Times Square cheer during Olympic Torch run through Kyiv (Kiev) (BRAMA) 07/06/2004
  • Kerry - Edwards: A New Team for a New America (BRAMA) 07/06/2004
  • Ukraine gets 42-million-dollar EBRD loan for nuclear reactor safety (SpaceDaily) 07/06/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians in folk costumes jump over a campfire during the celebration of the traditional Ivana Kupala (Ivan the Bather) holiday in Kiev, late July 6, 2004. The ancient tradition, originating from pagan times, is usually marked in Ukraine with grand overnight festivities. During the Ivana Kupala night people jump over burning campfires and bathe in a lake or a river, as they believe it will purge them of their sins and make them healthier. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/06/2004
  • Letter: Bush blundered with Iraq (Southern Illinoisan) 07/06/2004
  • UNAIDS 2004 Report on the global AIDS epidemic [Eastern Europe - Estonia, Latvia, the Russian Federation and Ukraine are the worst-affected countries] (UNAIDS) 07/06/2004
  • UN Says HIV Infection Rate Hits Global Record High [UNAIDS says that with the exception of Ukraine, Eastern European governments are not doing enough to deal with the problem.] (RFE/RL) 07/06/2004
  • Ukraine top stock market in Europe (New Zealand Herald) 07/06/2004
  • Yuschenko opposes reverse operation of Odesa-Brody pipeline (Interfax) 07/06/2004
  • Cabinet of Ministers Allowed to Use 'Odesa-Brody' Oil Pipeline in Direction of Odesa (UNIAN) 07/06/2004
  • Ukraine's Cabinet Agrees to Open Pipeline [to shipments of Russian oil, reversing an earlier decision to limit the pipeline to Europe-bound shipments from the Caspian Sea region][Odessa-Brody] (AP/Yahoo) 07/06/2004
  • Yuschenko sure he'll win elections in first tour (Interfax) 07/06/2004
  • Кримська організація ДемПУ пропонує висунути кандидатом у президенти Кучму (УНІАН) 07/06/2004
  • Участь українських лiтакiв у навчаннях НАТО (VOA) 07/06/2004
  • Віктор Янукович відвідав Херсонську та Одеську області (VOA) 07/06/2004
  • Микола Томенко прогнозує порядок переможцiв першого туру (VOA) 07/06/2004
  • Хід виборчої кампанії: громадські організації та партії визначаються з підтримкою кандидатів (VOA) 07/06/2004
  • Янукович: 'Нафтопровід Одеса-Броди має бути економічно вигідним'. Глава уряду визнав імовірність реверсу, але уникнув прямої відповіді (BBC Ukrainian) 07/06/2004
  • Ющенко: 'Рішення з реверсу Броди-Одеса - шкідлива непрофесійність'. На думку кандидата у Президенти реверс шкодить національним інтересам України (BBC Ukrainian) 07/06/2004
  • ЄБРР надає 125 мільйонів доларів для безпеки АЕС в Україні (BBC Ukrainian) 07/06/2004
  • NYC Is Major Human Traficking Hub: Parts 1 & 2 (NPR) 07/06/2004
  • Athletics: El Guerrouj back on track with win (CBC Sports) 07/06/2004
  • Athletics: El Guerrouj, Johnson Win at Athletissima (AP/Yahoo) 07/06/2004
  • Athletics: El Guerrouj Returns to Winning Ways (Reuters) 07/06/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF Super Grand Prix Athletissima Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/06/2004
  • CEC registers Rzhavsky, Yuschenko, Moroz, Yanukovych as presidential candidates (Interfax) 07/06/2004
  • Visa delays hit Eisteddfod (BBC) 07/06/2004
  • The next day, a war broke out [Ukraine's presidential race] (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/06/2004
  • Hidden threats to an open election (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/06/2004
  • Fortune-telling [President Yushchenko will be honest and patriotic. President Yanukovych will be cynical and authoritarian. Yushchenko is flabby and inactive. Yanukovych is systematic and purposeful.] (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/06/2004
  • Account of Chernobyl Trip Takes Web Surfers for a Ride [Faked: website about a young woman's lone motorcycle ride through Chernobyl's exclusion zone.] (LA Times) 07/06/2004
  • Photo: T-80 tanks drive in a parade in the Ukraine. Russian secret services have intercepted a T-80 tank and an armored personnel carrier that were being shipped illegally to neighboring Turkey as 'farm machinery' (AFP/Yahoo) 07/06/2004
  • Yanukovych: Odesa-Brody pipeline will be used in regime favorable for Ukraine [NOTE: Pipeline reversed to benefit Russia despite US support to use Odesa-Brody pipeline to transport Caspian oil to Europe] (Interfax) 07/06/2004
  • Hryschenko calls for developing interregional cooperation with China (Interfax) 07/06/2004
  • Russian government to drop free trade withdrawals (Interfax) 07/06/2004
  • Moldova’s Battle Against Human Trafficking [From 7/2/2004] (Transitions Online) 07/06/2004
  • Key facts and figures about HIV/AIDS (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/06/2004
  • Festival chief 'just the business' (ic Wales) 07/06/2004
  • Alexander Lerner, Cybernetics Expert, Dies at 90 [born in Vinnytsya, Ukraine] (NY Times) 07/06/2004
  • Про реверс домовився Янукович у Москві? [Одеса-Броди] (BBC Ukrainian) 07/06/2004
  • Rock ['n' roll] turns 50 'round the world (AFP/Yahoo) 07/06/2004

  • Висунуто 9 кандидатів на посаду президента (BBC Ukrainian) 07/05/2004
  • Кандидатiв у президенти України уже дев'ять (VOA) 07/05/2004
  • Олександр Зiнченко про вибори - ексклюзивне iнтерв'ю (VOA) 07/05/2004
  • 'Висвітлення кампанії в ЗМІ - тенденційне'. Політолог: 4 липня було поставлено крапку на будь-яких ліберальних ілюзіях щодо методів використання владою ЗМІ (BBC Ukrainian) 07/05/2004
  • Генпрокуратура реагує на матерiали в британськiй «Iндепендент» (VOA) 07/05/2004
  • Прокуратура перевірила касету Боровка. Генпрокуратура заявляє, що відезапис про спробу Юлії Тимошенко підкупити суддів -справжній (BBC Ukrainian) 07/05/2004
  • I acted in self-defense, says man accused of killing England fan [Vadim Abramov, who moved to Portugal from the Ukraine three years ago, stabbed 28-year-old England fan Stephen Smith] (AFP/Yahoo) 07/05/2004
  • RUSSIA guarantees gas supplies via Ukraine [Odessa-Brody reverse] (Gateway 2 Russia) 07/05/2004
  • Україна вирішила качати російську нафту (BBC Ukrainian) 07/05/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian pole vault legend Sergey Bubka lights the Olympic torch as Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich looks on in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/05/2004
  • Photo: Torchbearer and Olympic pole vaulter Sergei Bubka carries the Olympic Flame during Day 30 of the ATHENS 2004 Olympic Torch Relay in Kiev, Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 07/05/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian pole vault legend Sergey Bubka carries the Olympic torch in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/05/2004
  • Olympic Torch Winds Way Through Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 07/05/2004
  • Олімпійський вогонь у Києві: смолоскип супроводжували Володимир Кличко, Олег Блохін, Ліля Подкопаєва, співачка Руслана (BBC Ukrainian) 07/05/2004
  • Athletics: Prestigious start list augurs well for Lausanne - Preview (IAAF) 07/05/2004
  • Athletics: Olympics hopefuls prepare for Bekele (AP/Yahoo) 07/05/2004
  • Rowing: Coode keeps broken four on course (Guardian) 07/05/2004
  • Rowing: Leander women overcome nerves (Independent) 07/05/2004
  • Rowing: Partridge's Olympic heartbreak (Daily Telegraph) 07/05/2004
  • Rowing: Ukraine power is too much (icWales) 07/05/2004
  • Rowing: Europeans Vanquish American Crews at the Henley Regatta (NY Times) 07/05/2004
  • Euro-Albania next stop for new European champions (Reuters) 07/05/2004
  • 2006 World Cup Qualifying (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/05/2004
  • Feeling under pressure? [...researchers in the Ukraine have found that slight low-frequency atmospheric oscillations can influence human mental activity...] (BBC) 07/05/2004
  • Linda The Storyteller Selected For Book Week Tour [Linda Mikolayenko...specializes in folk tales and legends from her own Ukrainian heritage] (Cornwall Seaway News) 07/05/2004
  • Ballet Theater Bids Farewell to a Stalwart [Dvorovenko, Beloserkovsky] (NY Times) 07/05/2004

  • Photo: Opposition leader and front-runner for Ukraine's next president, Viktor Yushchenko kisses his nation's flag during a rally to open his election campaign in Kiev. Yushchenko, the favorite to be the country's next president, promised supporters a brighter future on Sunday including improved wages and pensions, access to health care and an end to corruption (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/04/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko speaks during a rally opening his election campaign in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/04/2004
  • Photo: Leader of the liberal opposition Viktor Yushchenko during a rally in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 07/04/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader and front-runner for Ukraine's next president, Viktor Yushchenko who is registered to run in Ukraine's October 31 presidential election, is shown July 4, 2004. Five candidates have expressed their intention to run in the poll, but analysts say the real fight will be between Yushchenko and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/04/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko salutes supporters during a rally opening his election campaign in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/04/2004
  • Photo: More than 20,000 Ukrainians demonstrated in Kiev in support of Viktor Yushchenko, an opposition candidate currently favourite to succeed outgoing President Leonid Kuchma in an October presidential election (AFP/Yahoo) 07/04/2004
  • Thousands turn out for Ukraine opposition favourite in presidential race (AFP/Yahoo) 07/04/2004
  • Thousands in Kyiv Back Former PM's Presidential Bid (RFE/RL) 07/04/2004
  • Viktor Yushchenko Enters Ukraine's Presidential Race (PRNewswire) 07/04/2004
  • Walking through the dead zone [Eighteen years after the Chernobyl nuclear reactor disaster] (The Scotsman) 07/04/2004
  • Migration 'threatens Europe with huge HIV crisis' [Eastern Europe, Russia and the Ukraine have the fastest-growing HIV epidemic in the world, with up to 1.9 million now infected - a more than tenfold increase over the past nine years] (Daily Telegraph) 07/04/2004
  • Romanian HIV/Aids crisis 'will engulf Europe' [Russia and Ukraine have experienced a 40 per cent increase in HIV infection in the past two years] (Independent) 07/04/2004
  • Sindballe, Kozulina win world triathlon titles (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/04/2004
  • World Long Distance Triathlon Championship Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/04/2004
  • Tennis: Federer wins second straight Wimbledon title (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/04/2004
  • Tennis: 2004 Wimbledon Champions (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/04/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/04/2004
  • Athletics: Feofanova takes back women's Pole Vault World record, and Samitova improves women's 3000m Steeplechase World record (IAAF) 07/04/2004
  • Athletics: Tsiklitiria Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/04/2004
  • Metalurh role for Yaremchenko (UEFA) 07/04/2004
  • Turkish NBA star to carry torch in Istanbul [Mehmet Okur of the Detroit Pistons...says he owes his strength and endurance to his grandmother, a Ukrainian who was imprisoned by the Nazis during World War II] (AP/CNN) 07/04/2004
  • Rowing: New GB crew take victory (BBC Sport) 07/04/2004
  • Rowing: Men's four suffer blow (The Observer) 07/04/2004
  • Rowing: Big test for coxless four in Stewards' final (Daily Telegraph) 07/04/2004
  • Tennis: Cyclops Wimbledon diary (The Observer) 07/04/2004
  • Boxing: Loud reminder of a sport down but not out (Independent) 07/04/2004
  • Obit: Emil Sotnyk, 1921-2004; Basketball player had a career in glass (Toledo Blade) 07/04/2004
  • Here: On American Street [Ukrainian immigrants] (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) 07/04/2004
  • The Americanization of Lyuda. A teen from Ukraine does a balancing act as she learns the ways of her new country (Sacramento Bee) 07/04/2004
  • Keeping hope alive [These kids were not even born when Chernobyl’s Reactor No. 4 exploded on April 26, 1986...] (Nashua Telegraph) 07/04/2004
  • American dreaming -- immigrants celebrate July Fourth (Southeast Missourian) 07/04/2004

  • Election campaign starts in Ukraine [The official date of the campaign start is July 3. The nomination of presidential contenders will begin on July 4.] (Interfax) 07/03/2004
  • Moscow hosting informal summit of CIS states (Interfax) 07/03/2004
  • Photo: Presidents Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan, Vladimir Voronin of Moldova, Islam Karimov of Uzbekistan, Askar Akayev of Kyrgyzstan, Imomali Rakhmonov of Tajikistan, Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan, Vladimir Putin of Russia, Leonid Kuchma of Ukraine, Mikhail Saakashvili of Georgia, Robert Kocharyan of Armenia pose for a picture after the Commonwealth of Independent States informal summit in Moscow (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/03/2004
  • Photo: Presidents Vladimir Putin of Russia, Leonid Kuchma of Ukraine, Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan, Askar Akayev of Kyrgystan, Emomali Rakhmonov of Tajikistan, Mikhail Saakashvili of Georgia and Islam Karimov of Uzbekistan walk during an informal meeting of Commonwealth of Independent States leaders in Moscow (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/03/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin hugs his Ukrainian counterpart Leonid Kuchma as they watch horse races in Moscow (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/03/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma talk as they watch horse races at the Moscow Central Hippodrome. The presidents of ten countries, members of the Commonwealth of Independent States, gathered at the Moscow Hippodrome to watch the first horse races for the Russian president's award (AP/Yahoo) 07/03/2004
  • Leaders get day at Moscow races [... as do the horses] (BBC News) 07/03/2004
  • Korolenko: Promise for Ukraine in Athens (Int'l Gymnast) 07/03/2004
  • Rowing: Five U.S. crews reach finals at Henley Regatta (AP/Yahoo) 07/03/2004
  • Rowing: Henley Royal Regatta Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/03/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/03/2004
  • Familiar faces back at Flora (UEFA) 07/03/2004
  • Villarreal looking for same again (UEFA) 07/03/2004
  • Athletics: Du Mee to be the only Mauritius representative in Grosseto (IAAF) 07/03/2004
  • A group of Ukrainian singers due to perform at Llangollen's International Eisteddfod are staging a sit-in protest after being denied visas. (BBC News) 07/03/2004
  • Religious Freedom in Europe [Pagedown to Ukraine] (Zenit) 07/03/2004
  • Cheney Campaign Bus Heads Through Ohio [First stop for Cheney: the sweltering banquet hall of St. Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Church in Parma, Ohio, where hundreds of GOP faithful bellowed cheers for the Republican ticket] (AP/Yahoo) 07/03/2004
  • Cheney kicks off bus tour in Cleveland area (WKYC/Yahoo) 07/03/2004
  • Gangmasters ordered to pay back £650,000 [The mastermind behind the scam, Ukranian Ruslan Kulish, 28, who is serving seven years in jail, will face confiscation proceedings on August 31, along with his sister Viktoryia Kulish, 23, and her Ukranian boyfriend Denis Lyashkov, 27.] (EDP24) 07/03/2004
  • Cheney will campaign in Parma; opponents plan to rally nearby [rare campaign stop in Northeast Ohio today, visiting St. Josephat Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in Parma] (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 07/03/2004
  • Cheney ready to kick off bus tour in Cleveland area [scheduled to speak at the banquet hall of St. Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Church in Parma] (USA Today) 07/03/2004
  • King Arthur, the Dark Age freedom fighter [ Arthur was really Lucius Artorius Castus, a Roman officer who commanded some of the 5,500 calvary troops from Sarmatia (roughly Ukraine in today's world...][Subscription only] (Ottawa Citizen) 07/03/2004
  • 'Conspirators': Cloaks and Daggers [Book] (NY Times) 07/03/2004

  • Salute Olympic Torch's run through Kiev in New York's Times Square this Monday (BRAMA) 07/02/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF Golden Gala Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/02/2004
  • In Our Spotlight: Alina Kozich (Ukraine) (Int'l Gymnast) 07/02/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/02/2004
  • Reform vital for EU vote - Byers [Mr Byers is using a speech in the Ukraine to argue that millions of jobs rest on a 'yes' vote.] (BBC) 07/02/2004
  • Moscow, Kiev [July 5], Next Stops For Olympic Flame (Around the Rings) 07/02/2004
  • Yuschenko-Tymoshenko coalition calls for 'true' constitutional reform (Interfax) 07/02/2004
  • Yanukovych urges MPs to amend Constitution before presidential election (Interfax) 07/02/2004
  • Kuchma calls all power branches to provide fair election (Interfax) 07/02/2004
  • Yanukovych expects for free trade agreement with Russia (Interfax) 07/02/2004
  • Yanukovych goes to Moscow for Russian-Ukrainian cooperation commission meeting (Interfax) 07/02/2004
  • Ukrainian peacekeeper kills himself in Iraq - Defense Ministry (Interfax) 07/02/2004
  • Kuchma signs amendments to 2004 national budget (Interfax) 07/02/2004
  • Costs for repayment of Ukraine's state debt rise 10% to UAH 3.234 bn (Interfax) 07/02/2004
  • Ukraine's Viktor Yushchenko to Announce Presidential Bid (PR Newswire/Yahoo) 07/02/2004
  • Journalists who disappeared [Oleksandr Panych, Donetskiye Novosti, November 2002, Donetsk] (CPJ) 07/02/2004
  • Son also rises but Bubka avoids career at the bar (Guardian) 07/02/2004
  • Vacation to Porterville may turn into relocation for 10 Ukrainian orphans (Porterville Recorder) 07/02/2004
  • Costa Rica custody fight may be tricky [Anna was a mail-order bride, Sims allegedly took his son on vacation in April 2003 and never returned] (Gwinnett Daily Post) 07/02/2004
  • Principal cellist gets a rare solo opportunity with ISO (Indianapolis Star) 07/02/2004
  • Group Warns Europe of More Terror Attacks [Al-Qaeda] (AP/Yahoo) 07/02/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition blocs leaders Viktor Yushchenko (R) and Julia Tymoshenko look on during a meeting in Kiev, after signing a coalition agreement on joining their efforts in the presidential race, July 2, 2004. Campaigning for Ukraine's October presidential election starts on July 3. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/02/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich gestures during an interview at his office in Kiev, July 2, 2004. Yanukovich, 53, a former governor from eastern Ukraine's coal-producing Donetsk region, said on Thursday he was ready to write a script for Ukraine in his 'own handwriting,' shrugging off criticism he was handpicked by President Leonid Kuchma to prolong the veteran leader's scandal-tainted legacy. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/02/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich gestures during an interview at his office in Kiev, July 2, 2004. Yanukovich, 53, a former governor from eastern Ukraine's coal-producing Donetsk region, said on Thursday he was ready to write a script for Ukraine in his 'own handwriting,' shrugging off criticism he was handpicked by President Leonid Kuchma to prolong the veteran leader's scandal-tainted legacy. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/02/2004
  • Photo: Russian, Belarus and Ukrainian presidents Vladimir Putin (L), Alexander Lukashenko and Leonid Kuchma (R) stand in front of the monument at the memorial in the village of Khatyn, which was burned along with all its villagers in 1943 by Nazi troops, some 60 km north-east of Minsk, late July, 1, 2004. Belarus on July 3 celebrates the 60th anniversary of its liberation from the Nazi troops in the Second World War. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/02/2004
  • Photo: From right, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma go to lay flowers at a World War II monument just outside Minsk, Thursday, July 1, 2004, marking the 60th anniversary of the Soviet liberation of Belarus from Nazi occupation. People hold small Belarusian , Russian and Ukrainian flags at left. (AP/Yahoo) 07/02/2004
  • Photo: From left, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma visit a World War II monument, background, just outside Minsk, Thursday, July 1, 2004, marking the 60th anniversary of the Soviet liberation of Belarus from Nazi occupation. (AP/Yahoo) 07/02/2004
  • Three Main Players In Ukraine’s Election (CPOD) 07/02/2004

  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/01/2004
  • Vorskla make move for Muntyan (UEFA) 07/01/2004
  • Tennis: State Farm Women's USTA Challenger Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/01/2004
  • Орла звільнено з Адміністрації президента. Анатолій Орел більше не куруватиме закордонну політику в адміністрації, а поїде послом до Італії (BBC Ukrainian) 07/01/2004
  • Порушено карну справу за фактом 'розголошення даних по Ґонґадзе'; Генпрокуратура порушила справу після публікації документів у британській газеті Індепендент (BBC Ukrainian) 07/01/2004
  • Україна критикує ЄС за 'затягування з ринковим статусом' * (BBC Ukrainian) 07/01/2004
  • Акції ЮКОСа обвалилися (BBC Ukrainian) 07/01/2004
  • Prosecutor General's Office opens criminal case on divulging pretrial inquiry data on Gongadze case (Interfax) 07/01/2004
  • Commentary: Beware Russia's pocket empire (CS Monitor) 07/01/2004
  • Staying strong [...scariest danger faced by 711th soldiers is the accidental discharge of the Ukrainians' weapons. Their guns have gone off in mess hall lines, in the chow hall itself and elsewhere around the base] (Mobile Register) 07/01/2004
  • SR Made Alterations to Law of Ukraine on Central Election Commission (UNIAN) 07/01/2004
  • Stretching NATO [Praise Kuchma for defense reform ... but give a strong message on democratic reform] [from 6/30/04] (Newsweek/MSNBC) 07/01/2004
  • Nazi hunters launch last-gasp campaign in Croatia (Reuters) 07/01/2004
  • A rally in support of Victor Yushchenko is being held on 4 July 2004 at Spivoche Field in Kyiv [See Eng/Ukr lang switch at top left] (Наша Україна) 07/01/2004
  • Plyushch: The government is “working on the list of the opposition candidates” [See Eng/Ukr lang switch at top left] (Наша Україна) 07/01/2004
  • 4 липня на Співочому Полі у Києві відбудеться мітинг на підтримку Віктора Ющенка [See Eng/Ukr lang switch at top left] (Наша Україна) 07/01/2004
  • Віктор Ющенко заявляє, що влада причетна до гальмування розкриття справи Гонгадзе [See Eng/Ukr lang switch at top left] (Наша Україна) 07/01/2004
  • Missing Victoria Cross back in museum home [Sgt. Filip Konowal's Victoria Cross] (London Free Press) 07/01/2004
  • Oleg Sereda Wins Cartoon Contest (Zaman) 07/01/2004
  • I pledge my allegiance (Billings Outpost) 07/01/2004
  • Medvedenko touch [Basketball] (Ventura County Star) 07/01/2004
  • Replica of Turin Shroud still creates a stir [from 6/30/04] (Mississauga News) 07/01/2004
  • Pope Discusses Church-State Relations, Religious Accord in Ukraine [from 6/30/04] (RISU) 07/01/2004
  • Colorado family helps Ukrainian woman get life saving surgery [from 6/30/04] (KUSA) 07/01/2004
  • Commentary: This Canada Day: Celebrate War Resisters, Gays, Strippers, and Potheads [... there is a stripper shortage and Canada's government is issuing burlesque permits to qualified dancers from such sexy countries as Romania, Poland, Ukraine] (OfficialSpin) 07/01/2004
  • Stolen innocence [marriage agency][from 6/30/04] (Atlanta Journal-Constitution) 07/01/2004
  • У 2002-2003 роках 75% меблів на ринку України було тіньовим (УНІАН) 07/01/2004
  • Ukrainian state debt up 1.06% in Jan-May (Interfax) 07/01/2004
  • Ericsson Wins GSM Contract from DCC/Astelit in Ukraine (BusinessWire) 07/01/2004
  • SOLGAS yet to inject funds into Ajaokuta Steel Company [Ukrainian nationals ... were not paid] (Nigeria Daily Times) 07/01/2004
  • Ukraine eager for co-op in aviation (AzerNews) 07/01/2004
  • Can You Dig It? The dredging has already begun, but the mudslinging is not over on Ukraine's Bystroye canal project through the fragile Danube Delta. (Transitions Online) 07/01/2004
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