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  • Konstantin Milonadis - Material in Motion: a survey of work in collections [UIMA] (BRAMA) 09/30/2004
  • Children of Chornobyl Relief Fund celebrates 15 years of humanitarian medical missions (BRAMA) 09/30/2004
  • Conjugate hundreds of Ukrainian verbs using Andrij Hornjatkevyc's CD-ROM (BRAMA) 09/30/2004
  • Ukraine civic group (PORA) sends stern message to regional electoral commissions (BRAMA) 09/30/2004
  • U.S. Agency Supports American Private Investment in Ukraine (USDOS) 09/30/2004
  • Shift of Rebuilding Funds to Security Is Approved [Iraq] [Pentagon said two Americans and a Ukrainian died in separate incidents; A Ukrainian officer, part of a contingent deployed in Wasit province southeast of Baghdad, died after a car accident, the military reported.] (LA Times) 09/30/2004
  • Today Yushchenko to Return to Vienna Hospital (UNIAN) 09/30/2004
  • EU arms controls 'must be tightened' [The groups cite the use of German engines in Ukrainian armoured personnel carriers exported to Burma.] (Financial Times) 09/30/2004
  • Loopholes allow arms to be sold to blacklisted regimes [In 2003, Ukraine was reported to have signed a contract to supply Burma with 1,000 BTR-3U over 10 years.] (Independent) 09/30/2004
  • Kazakhstan and L’vov oblast of the Ukraine to set up economic relations (Kazinform) 09/30/2004
  • Bulgaria, Ukraine Ease Visa Regime [Invitations no longer a requirement] (Novinite) 09/30/2004
  • OSCE favors further talks on Transdniestrian settlement (Interfax-Moldova) 09/30/2004
  • IMF revises Ukraine's economic growth outlook upward to 6% in 2005, inflation - downward (Interfax) 09/30/2004
  • Ukrainian Presidential Candidate Yushchenko is Readmitted to Clinic (VOA) 09/30/2004
  • Doctors Unsure Ukrainian Pres. Candidate Was Poisoned [Yushchenko] (RFE/RL) 09/30/2004
  • New tests for Ukrainian candidate [Yushchenko] (BBC) 09/30/2004
  • Yuschenko urges to stop speculations on his health and manipulations with diagnoses (Interfax) 09/30/2004
  • Zinchenko sees no reasons for Yushchenko to apologize before the government (Our Ukraine) 09/30/2004
  • Yushchenko is handing over his medical records and official transcripts from the “ Rudolfinerhaus” hospital to the investigating commission (Our Ukraine) 09/30/2004
  • GUUAM Parliamentary Assembly established [without Uzbekistan] (Azernews) 09/30/2004
  • Flimsy controls fail to prevent EU countries selling arms to human rights abusers (Amnesty International) 09/30/2004
  • About 1,000 CIS citizens go missing in Russia annually [30% are Ukrainian] (Interfax-Russia) 09/30/2004
  • Ukraine shuns EU plan for transit camps (UPI/Wash Times) 09/30/2004
  • Ukraine adds to debate on 'transit' camps (IHT) 09/30/2004
  • Cause of Ukraine candidate's illness unclear - doctor [Yushchenko] (Reuters/AlertNet) 09/30/2004
  • Ukraine urges to boost economic cooperation with Canada (Interfax) 09/30/2004
  • Ukrainian, Israeli businessmen to cooperate in high-tech sector (Interfax) 09/30/2004
  • Zabava, Ukrainian Social (Winnipeg Sun) 09/30/2004
  • Internationally known US concert pianist Roman Rudnytsky [Born in New York City to a prominent Ukrainian family] will give a private performance (Jamaica Observer) 09/30/2004
  • Марчук: 'Сумно дивитися, як завершує Кучма' (BBC Ukrainian) 09/30/2004

  • CIUS Press offers holiday book specials (BRAMA) 09/29/2004
  • United Ukrainian American Relief Committee, Inc. (UUARC) is again listed in the combined federal campaign, as well as state and local campaigns (BRAMA) 09/29/2004
  • СФУЖО в Італії - спогади учасниці конференції (BRAMA) 09/29/2004
  • New Funding for IOM Counter Trafficking Project (BRAMA) 09/29/2004
  • Ukraine's transition to a stable democracy - DC conference (BRAMA) 09/29/2004
  • Op-Ed: Ukraine's Danube Waterway: Putting Reality Before Myths (Kostyantyn Gryshchenko, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ukraine) (BRAMA) 09/29/2004
  • Op-Ed: Kuchma and the American presidential election By Bishop Paul Peter Jesep (BRAMA) 09/29/2004
  • The Turning Point – Ukrainian Elections: Ukraine, Russia, the U.S. and West, and Diaspora (Keynote remarks by Orest Deychakiwsky, Staff Advisor, U.S. Helsinki Commission) (BRAMA) 09/29/2004
  • Андерс Аслунд: «Україна на роздорiжжi» (VOA) 09/29/2004
  • Чергове опитування – Ющенко в другому турi отримав би 44%, Янукович – 37% (VOA) 09/29/2004
  • Business Prefers Immigrant Workers Undocumented [Six months after a decree aimed at regulating the inflow of immigrant workers into Portugal went into effect, the measure has turned out to be a complete flop.] (IPS) 09/29/2004
  • State Department Noon Briefing, September 29 [sanctions on Ukraine entity (not the government) imposed pursuant to the Iran Non-Proliferation Act for transferring one of several categories of items to Iran since January of 1999] (USDOS) 09/29/2004
  • Human Rights Group Slams EU Asylum Plans (Deutsche Welle) 09/29/2004
  • Chernobyl Concert: Local musical benefit to help airlift [Jewish] children from area of radiation (Detroit Jewish Times) 09/29/2004
  • Ukraine: Yushchenko's Health Has Worsened, says Aide (VOA) 09/29/2004
  • Новi подробицi у справi отруєння Ющенка (VOA) 09/29/2004
  • ПАРЄ та ЄС стурбованi виборчою ситуацiєю в Українi (VOA) 09/29/2004
  • EU urges Ukraine to guarantee free presidential election and unbiased media coverage (Interfax) 09/29/2004
  • US slaps sanctions on 14 firms, people for arms and missile sales to Iran [Zaporizhzhya Regional Foreign Economic Association of Ukraine identified in the notice] (AFP/Yahoo) 09/29/2004
  • Helsinki Commission Chairman Delivers Remarks on Belarus, Ukraine Elections (CSCE) 09/29/2004
  • If Election Took Place Today, in First Tour Gap Between Yushchenko and Yanukovych Would Make 6.7%, in Second - 7.6% - Poll (UNIAN) 09/29/2004
  • 86% of Ukrainian Electors Abroad Would Like to Take Part in Voting, and 78.84%of them Ready to Vote for Yushchenko - Poll (UNIAN) 09/29/2004
  • EU calls for free media coverage in Ukraine poll (EU Business) 09/29/2004
  • 'Young' floridian turns 116; hurricanes; Samiylo Adamovich, a.k.a Samuel Adams [Atanas Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 09/29/2004
  • A human trafficker could be anyone's mother [Trafficking] (ISN) 09/29/2004
  • 'Most recent common ancestor' of all living humans surprisingly recent [Yale University] (Eurekalert) 09/29/2004
  • The Fall of a Lone Wolf [The Ukrainian president blames the resignation of the defense minister on the minister’s poor performance. Others say the real reasons are the presidential election campaign and the minister’s pro-NATO stance.] (Transitions Online) 09/29/2004
  • Report Finds Macedonia Has Third Most Toxic Waste in World [Only Ukraine and Poland rank higher, with 19,500 tonnes and 15,000 tonnes respectively.] (Souteast European Times) 09/29/2004
  • Yanukovych gives top priority to free trade zone with EU (Interfax) 09/29/2004
  • Yanukovych blasts Ukrainian-Israeli intergovernmental commission for poor performance (Interfax) 09/29/2004
  • Ukrainian officer dies in car accident in Iraq (Reuters/AlertNet) 09/29/2004
  • Ukrainian officer killed, two soldiers hurt, in Iraq accident (AFP/Khaleej Times) 09/29/2004
  • Another Ukrainian peacemaker dies, two injured in car crash in Iraq, Defense Ministry (Interfax) 09/29/2004
  • OSCE: U.S. Elections in trouble [The United States joins Belarus and the Ukraine in having her elections monitored by the OSCE] (Daily Kos) 09/29/2004
  • Interpol can detain former Ukrainian Deputy PM [...Yulia Timoshenko in any member state of the Interpol system] (RBC News) 09/29/2004
  • Elections cannot uproot entrenched corruption; The mark of a Soviet past (IHT) 09/29/2004
  • Letter: Ukraine’s European future [Viktor Yanukovych] (IHT) 09/29/2004
  • Investigators, not doctors, should answer questions on attempt on Yuschenko's life, says spokeswoman (Interfax) 09/29/2004
  • Yushchenko’s spokeswoman: Investigating agencies but not doctors are to account for the attempt on Victor Yushchenko’s life (Our Ukraine) 09/29/2004
  • Hospital Says Yushchenko Not Poisoned (RFE/RL) 09/29/2004
  • Yushchenko Not Poisoned, Austrian Hospital Says (VOA) 09/29/2004
  • Austrian doctors insist on repeated hospitalization of Yuschenko, says Chervonenko (Interfax) 09/29/2004
  • Medics reject Ukraine 'poisoning' [Yushchenko] (BBC) 09/29/2004
  • Commentary: Ukraine At a Crossroads By Anders Aslund (Wash Post) 09/29/2004
  • Ministry says fight against human trafficking is successful [Smugglers working along the eastern border with Ukraine often bribe Slovak police] (Slovak Spectator) 09/29/2004
  • Kuchma Commemorates Massacre Of Jews (RFE/RL) 09/29/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (C) takes part in a wreath laying ceremony at a monument in Babi Yar, the site of a mass slaughter of Jews during World War Two, in Kiev September 29, 2004. Ukrainian leaders paid tribute to more than 100,000 people, mostly Jews, massacred by Nazi troops in Babi Yar. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/29/2004
  • Ukraine creates financial monitoring committee (Interfax) 09/29/2004
  • On this day: In 1941, the Babi Yar massacre of nearly 34,000 Jewish men, women, and children began on the outskirts of Kiev in the Nazi-occupied Ukraine. (UPI/Wash Times) 09/29/2004
  • Ukraine's state debt 7.4% up in 8 months to $15.619 bn (Interfax) 09/29/2004
  • Camps to keep asylum-seekers out of Europe (New Zealand Herald) 09/29/2004
  • On this day: 1941 – Over two days, the Germans kill 33,771 Jewish men, women and children in the Babi Yar massacre at a ravine near Kiev in World War II. (Sunday Times) 09/29/2004
  • A Daily Look at U.S. Iraq Military Deaths [As of Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2004, 1,051 U.S. military dead (7,532 wounded); Poland, 13; Ukraine, 6. Iraqi civilian deaths est. 12,943-14,997] (AP/Yahoo) 09/29/2004

  • Delegation of former congressmen and parliamentarians find irregularities in monitoring visit to Ukraine [US-Ukraine Foundation report]SPECIAL (BRAMA) 09/28/2004
  • H.E. Mr. Kostyantyn Gryshchenko, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine at the General Debate of the 59th session of the UN General Assembly, New York, 27 September 2004 [Topics: Terrorism (Beslan), Iraq, Security Council reorganization, NPT, HIV/AIDS, trafficking, Great Famine/Holodomor, Chornobyl] (BRAMA) 09/28/2004
  • У Кучми i Януковича – рiзнi стратегiчнi курси для України (VOA) 09/28/2004
  • Два відео: хбурляння яєць у Януковича та Тимошенко [Two video tapes: Yanukovych and Tymoshenko are hit by eggs in separate incidents] (Українська правда) 09/28/2004
  • Змiни у передвиборчiй програмi Януковича викликають критику (VOA) 09/28/2004
  • Громадськi органiзацiї нарiкають на однобiчне висвiтлення кампанiї (VOA) 09/28/2004
  • Draft national budget affects charity activities and NGO development, AUB says (Interfax) 09/28/2004
  • Ukraine candidate was not poisoned - hospital [Yushchenko; The hospital gave no details about what it believes to be the cause of Yushchenko's symptoms, but said it would hold a news conference on Wednesday to discuss the case.] (Reuters/AlertNet) 09/28/2004
  • Falsification of elections already underway in Ukraine By Taras Kuzio for The Jamestown Foundation (ISN) 09/28/2004
  • Speaker [Lytvyn] fears presidential election failure (Interfax) 09/28/2004
  • PACE representatives talk in camera with 7 presidential candidates (Interfax) 09/28/2004
  • George Soros Bankrolls Door-to-Door Voter Hunt in Swing States [George Soros says the final straw came on June 1, 2002, when U.S. President George W. Bush stepped before 989 graduating officers at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York, and changed American foreign policy. The U.S., the president said, would now take offensive military action against any country that it suspected of posing a terrorist threat, a strategy later dubbed the Bush Doctrine.] (Bloomberg) 09/28/2004
  • Ukraine supports UN reform, Hryschenko says (Interfax) 09/28/2004
  • Iraq in Mind, U.S. Forms Post-Conflict Planning Team (Reuters) 09/28/2004
  • Top Al-Qaeda suspect in Lebanon dies (Middle East Online) 09/28/2004
  • Ukrainian President Calls for Gradual Withdrawal of Troops from Iraq (VOA) 09/28/2004
  • US praises Ukrainian government's agreement to keep troops in Iraq (Interfax) 09/28/2004
  • Kuchma instructs Kuzmuk to focus on problem of Ukrainian peacekeepers deployment in Iraq [abridged] (Interfax) 09/28/2004
  • Kuchma instructs Kuzmuk to focus on problem of Ukrainian peacekeepers deployment in Iraq (Interfax) 09/28/2004
  • Cuts won't sever ties to Ukraine (Wausau Daily Herald) 09/28/2004
  • Ikea continues to build on global success [moving into the Ukraine - a decision has been made to open a store in Kiev and a site is being located] (Financial Times) 09/28/2004
  • Indicators - Ukraine - Sept 28 (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/28/2004
  • World Bank Urges Poor Countries to Better Investment Climates (AP/Yahoo) 09/28/2004
  • US State Department opens new office to deal with global emergencies [Office led by veteran diplomat Carlos Pasqual, most recently the US ambassador to Ukraine] (AP/Yahoo) 09/28/2004
  • Detectives smash massive ring trafficking in women (Ha'aretz) 09/28/2004
  • Friends help Falls man in asylum battle [Yuri Abramov, 56-year-old man from Ukraine] (AP/Billings Gazette) 09/28/2004
  • Colchester church slowly rebuilding after explosion [St. Mary's Ukrainian Church] (WTNH) 09/28/2004
  • Summer of digging [in a remote region of the Ukraine working on a new archaeological site...two mounds on the site known as Kranokutzk and Alexandropol, which are ancient royal burial tombs of the Scythian people] (Palladium-Item) 09/28/2004
  • Северинсен здивована, що Янукович не має часу на дебати (BBC Ukrainian) 09/28/2004

  • Marchuk Fired (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/27/2004
  • Wholesale Vote-Buying (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/27/2004
  • The Last Can-Can? [Political reform] (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/27/2004
  • Beginning Of The End [Ukraine elections] (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/27/2004
  • [VIDEO] Statement by H.E. Mr. Kostyantyn GRYSHCHENKO, Minister for Foreign Affairs, General Debate of the 59th session of the UN General Assembly (UN) 09/27/2004
  • Ukraine's future lies with Russia: Kuchma (UPI/Wash Times) 09/27/2004
  • 40 arrested in 'olim' sex scam [Trafficking: Israeli Jewish men enlisted young Ukrainian women in financial duress...agreed to pay the ringleaders $40,000...they would work as prostitutes.] (Jerusalem Post) 09/27/2004
  • Photos: Kostiantyn Gryshchenko, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine visits Ukrainian Institute of America FOTO/S (UIA) 09/27/2004
  • Photo: Secretary-General of the United Nations (news - web sites), Kofi Annan (news - web sites) (R), meets with the Foreign Minister of Ukraine, Kostyantyn Gryshchenko (L), at UN headquarters in New York as part of the 59th Session of the United Nations General Assembly on September 27, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/27/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Minister for Foreign Affairs, Kostyantyn Gryshchenko addresses the 59th Session of the United Nations (news - web sites) General Assembly at U.N headquarters in New York, September 27, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/27/2004
  • It's High Time to Withdraw Ukrainian Contingent From Iraq - New Defense Minister [Kuzmuk] (UNIAN) 09/27/2004
  • Agency Plans to Invest in Ukraine Economy [U.S. OPIC prepared to spend up to $2 billion according to Itar-Tass (Moscow)] (AP/Yahoo) 09/27/2004
  • NBU Spent $33 Million to Liquidate [? stabilize] Fluctuations at Currency Market (UNIAN) 09/27/2004
  • Виступ мiнiстра закордонних справ Грищенка перед Генеральною Асамблеєю ООН (VOA) 09/27/2004
  • Замах на Януковича очима ЗМІ (VOA) 09/27/2004
  • Технологiї президентської кампанiї (VOA) 09/27/2004
  • Американська урядова органiзацiя повертається в Україну [ОПІК] (VOA) 09/27/2004
  • Ukrainian guest taught as he learned (Louisville Courier-Journal) 09/27/2004
  • CIS to send 600 to monitor Ukrainian ballot (Interfax) 09/27/2004
  • Commentary: Ukraine-U.S. relations hinge on fall elections, By Richard Holbrooke, Jan Kalicki and Mark Brzezinski (Detroit Free Press) 09/27/2004
  • Doctors recommend Yanukovych to continue treatment for some days [after egg incident] (Interfax) 09/27/2004
  • Kyiv resident detained with explosives (Interfax) 09/27/2004
  • Crimean Tatar national movement veteran murdered (Interfax) 09/27/2004
  • Kuzmuk Gets Back His Old Job (Moscow Times) 09/27/2004

  • Голова парламентської слiдчої комiсiї про отруєння Ющенка (VOA) 09/26/2004
  • Chabad of Ukraine At Babi Yar Memorial (Lubavitch News) 09/26/2004
  • Egg thrown at Ukraine's PM (UPI/Wash Times) 09/26/2004
  • Звiт колишнiх конгресменiв про передвиборчу ситуацiю в Українi (VOA) 09/26/2004
  • Russia pushes trade for CIS unity (Eurasianet) 09/26/2004
  • Column: 'De Gaulle option' may be our best Iraq exit strategy (Seattle Times) 09/26/2004
  • Absence of data on clinic's therapies provokes skepticism (Boston Globe) 09/26/2004
  • Desperate parents chase a stem-cell miracle (Boston Globe) 09/26/2004
  • St. Basil's Annual Pilgrimmage Set For Next Weekend [Jenkintown] (KYW) 09/26/2004

  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich (C), who was briefly hospitalized after being knocked down during an election campaign scuffle on Friday, was in fact hit by nothing more dangerous than an egg, according to TV pictures (AFP/Yahoo) 09/25/2004
  • The Persecuted, in Chains [Homeland Security Department, which took over immigration matters from the INS 18 months ago, says it detains only those who pose a security threat...But there are countless cases of asylum seekers who are detained...including Ukrainian grass-roots activists] (NY Times) 09/25/2004
  • Iodine Deficiency Disorders Plague Europe, Central Asia, says UNICEF [problem is most severe in countries such as Russia and the Ukraine] (VOA) 09/25/2004
  • Letter: How to Aid Democracy in Ukraine (Wash Post) 09/25/2004
  • Op-Ed: Poison Politics in Ukraine (NY Times) 09/25/2004
  • Kuchma makes some new appointments (Interfax) 09/25/2004
  • Yanukovych orders to set free his assaulter (Interfax) 09/25/2004
  • Egg attack leaves PM scrambling [Yanukovych] (AFP/IOL) 09/25/2004
  • Knocked down by an egg: TV shows attack on Ukrainian premier [Yanukovych] (AFP/Yahoo) 09/25/2004
  • NATO experts to help reform Ukrainian Navy along their standards [Itar-Tass] (Moscow) 09/25/2004

  • Ukrainian CEC endorses signatures in Yushchenko's support (Interfax-Russia) 09/24/2004
  • Інцидент з Януковичем в Івано-Франківську - фото (BBC Ukrainian) 09/24/2004
  • GUUAM Foreign Ministers hold 7th meeting of Council in New York (Interfax) 09/24/2004
  • Ukraine campaign hots up after egg attack on PM [Yanukovych] (Reuters/AlertNet) 09/24/2004
  • Yanukovych accuses Yuschenko supporters of involvement in incident in Ivano-Frankivsk (Interfax) 09/24/2004
  • Case opened on attack on Yanukovych under hooliganism article, source says [17-year Dmytro Romaniuk charged] (Interfax) 09/24/2004
  • Russia helps Ukraine fight off opposition By Taras Kuzio for The Jamestown Foundation (ISN) 09/24/2004
  • Egg thrown at Yanukovych [No heavy or blunt objects were thrown] (Interfax-Russia) 09/24/2004
  • Ukraine PM [Yanukovych] hurt in 'egg attack' (BBC) 09/24/2004
  • Ukraine's PM [Yanukovych] Taken to Hospital After Egg Attack (Reuters) 09/24/2004
  • Yanukovych Attacked in Ivano-Frankivsk [...unknown people started throwing eggs into him. V.Yanukovych fell down...guard carried him to another car] (UNIAN) 09/24/2004
  • Ukrainian PM [Yanukovych] Attacked by Protestor [hit by a projectile] (VOA) 09/24/2004
  • Solid objects hit Yanukovych's head and chest, according to Interior Ministry official statement (Interfax) 09/24/2004
  • Ukrainian prime minister [Yanukovych] hit by rock during campaign stop [slightly injured] (AP/Malaysia Star) 09/24/2004
  • Ukraine Reinstates Ex-Defense Minister Who Quit over 2001 Airliner Disaster [Kuzmuk] (AFP/DefenseNews) 09/24/2004
  • Photo: Gen. Oleksander Kuzmuk, Ukrainian parliamentary deputy and former Defense Minister, gestures as he attends the council of CIS defence ministers in this May 2001 file picture. Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma signed a resolution on Friday appointing Oleksandr Kuzmuk as defense minister, presidential press secretary Olena Hromnytska said September 24, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/24/2004
  • Text of Canadian ambassador's statement in Ukraine (Ottawa Citizen) 09/24/2004
  • Wanted: A new CIS policy for Russia. Putin: Democratic systems of government can produce dangerous political and ethnic conflicts rather than resolve them. (Eurasianet) 09/24/2004
  • Will Poland become the Western outpost of the Donbas empire? [Odessa-Brody-Gdansk oil pipeline] (Warsaw Business Journal) 09/24/2004
  • Remarks by President Bush and Prime Minister Allawi of the Interim Government of Iraq in a Joint Press Availability (PRNewswire) 09/24/2004
  • IFC invests $57m in Ukraine in 2004 (Interfax) 09/24/2004
  • Mushrooms kill 7 [Seven Ukrainians have died and another 95 have fallen ill after eating mushrooms, the health ministry said on Thursday...64 Ukrainians have died since the beginning of the year] (News24) 09/24/2004
  • Holocaust Victims Honored as High Holidays Tradition in Ukrainian City [Kherson] (FJC) 09/24/2004
  • Ball kicks off a wild season of benefits [Zorya Ukrainian Dancers] (Fort Worth Star-Telegram) 09/24/2004
  • St. Mary's Ukrainian Church rich with tradition (Pittsburgh Leader Times) 09/24/2004
  • 'He put faith back in humanity' cop says [Richard Leslie heard about the way two (Ukrainian) toddlers allegedly were forced to live in filth in a garbage-strewn apartment...the only person in the public to come to us wanting to do something to make the children feel a little better] (MLive) 09/24/2004
  • Immigrants who keep Scotland's economy firing [idea of importing workers from Latvia or Ukraine to help pig farmers has been discussed] (The Scotsman/Yahoo) 09/24/2004
  • Міжнародний розшук не злякав Юлію Тимошенко (BBC Ukrainian) 09/24/2004
  • Інцидент з Януковичем в Івано-Франківську [в нього жбурнули 'важким і тупим предметом' - яйцем] (BBC Ukrainian) 09/24/2004
  • Militia Arrested Man, Who Thrown 'Hard Thing' in Yanukovych in Ivano-Frankivsk - Herman (UNIAN) 09/24/2004
  • A Daily Look at U.S. Iraq Military Deaths [As of Thursday, Sept. 23, 2004, 1,039 U.S. military dead (7032 wounded as of 9/4/04); Poland, 13; Ukraine, 6. Iraqi civilian deaths est. 12,927-14,981] (AP/Yahoo) 09/24/2004
  • On this day: 1943 – Soviet army crosses Dnieper River north of Kiev as Germans retreat in World War II (Australia Courier-Mail) 09/24/2004

  • Marcy Kaptur: Former U.S. congressman's monitoring delegation to Ukraine July Report - Executive Summary (Congressional Record) 09/23/2004
  • Photo: Pedestrians walking by the column which marks the geographical center of Kiev are reflected in a puddle after an autumn rain (AFP/Yahoo) 09/23/2004
  • Review: San Francisco Ballet [Solomakha] (Guardian) 09/23/2004
  • Суперечки в українському парламентi тривають (VOA) 09/23/2004
  • Обговорення питання енергозалежностi України та Польщi (VOA) 09/23/2004
  • США допомагають Українi боротися з торгiвлею людьми (VOA) 09/23/2004
  • Ukrainian Government to sign human rights agreement with US-based Center for Seafarers' Rights (Episcopal Church) 09/23/2004
  • Canadian authorities free Ukrainian cargo plane seized over debts (AFP/Yahoo) 09/23/2004
  • U.S. Praises Russia, Ukraine for Efforts to End Transnistria Crisis (USDOS) 09/23/2004
  • Russia Issues Arrest Warrant for Ukrainian Opposition Leader [Yulia Timoshenko] (VOA) 09/23/2004
  • Розгляд Верховною Радою закону про гарантiї колишнiм Президентам (VOA) 09/23/2004
  • Be wary of political kitchens - they can poison you. U.S. Congress hears Marcy Kaptur read Yushchenko's impassioned Verkhovna Rada address VIDEO (BRAMA) 09/23/2004
  • Religious Confessions in Sevastopol Allegedly Drawn into Campaign (RISU) 09/23/2004
  • Candidate Kononov out of presidential race (Interfax) 09/23/2004
  • Marchuk Dismissed to Ensure Voting of Military Men for Yanukovych and to Control Armed Forces of Ukraine in Case of Yushchenko's Victory - Representatives of UPP (UNIAN) 09/23/2004
  • Yushchenko May Become Prime-Minister In Case of Yanukovych's Victory at Presidential Elections - Tihipko (UNIAN) 09/23/2004
  • Rada dumps bill offering to cancel preferences on land payment (Interfax) 09/23/2004
  • Azarov believes Ukraine's position at upcoming talks with IMF will be strong (Interfax) 09/23/2004
  • Russia Has Major Counterfeiting Problem [...fakes are mostly imported from Southeast Asia, Bulgaria and Ukraine, with some smuggled in from Poland] (AP/Forbes) 09/23/2004
  • Ukrainian officials say Canada releasing plane seized in business dispute (AP/CNEWS) 09/23/2004
  • GUUAM Parliamentary Assembly to focus on economics (Interfax-Russia) 09/23/2004
  • Russia [and Ukraine] must iodise salt, UNICEF envoy Karpov says (Reuters/AlertNet) 09/23/2004
  • Chernobyl Comes of Age. Melting myths. (National Review) 09/23/2004
  • OSCE/ODIHR conference in Helsinki calls for human rights protection of trafficking victims (OSCE) 09/23/2004
  • One suitcase, and a desire to teach. Peace Corps veterans give SMS grad a sendoff to Ukraine. (Missouri News-Leader) 09/23/2004
  • Pelham couple named national 'Angels of Adoption'... (Columbus Ledger-Enquirer) 09/23/2004
  • UOC-Moscow Patriarchate Orthodox Discuss ID Codes with Authorities (RISU) 09/23/2004
  • Police catch e-banking thieves [Greek-Ukrainian gang used electronic spyware to steal large sums from bank account-holders over the Internet; Ukrainian woman arrested] (Kathimerini) 09/23/2004
  • Portrait of a passionate photographer [Marti Friedlander: The younger of two daughters of e'migre's from Kiev, Ukraine, to the UK, she was born Martha Gordon in London in 1928.] (NZ National Business Review) 09/23/2004
  • OSCE Mission and La Strada Moldova to help develop best practices guide in assisting trafficking victims (OSCE) 09/23/2004
  • GUUAM [Georgia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Moldova] Parliamentary Assembly Set up (Civil Georgia) 09/23/2004
  • Ukraine Alert: If it looks to Russia, look for trouble. (National Review) 09/23/2004
  • Russia and state-sponsored terrorism in Ukraine By Taras Kuzio for The Jamestown Foundation (ISN) 09/23/2004
  • Ukraine candidate 'poisoned' (Guardian) 09/23/2004

  • Marcy Kaptur: Ukrainian presidential candidate poisoned (Congressional Record) 09/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Defense Minister Yevhen Marchuk demonstrates information on the country's military program, with President Leonid Kuchma's portrait at left, at a news conference in Ukraine's capital Kiev in this July 29, 2004 file photo. The Ukrainian President accepted Marchuk's resignation Wednesday Sept. 22, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 09/22/2004
  • Azarov presents draft national budget for 2005 to parliament (Interfax) 09/22/2004
  • Helping Victims of Human Trafficking (Deutsche Welle) 09/22/2004
  • Russia seeks [to extradite] former Ukraine leader [Yuliya Tymoshenko] (UPI/Wash Times) 09/22/2004
  • US presidential hopeful Kerry: as President, I will continue to build on strong partnership between US and Ukraine (Interfax) 09/22/2004
  • Maple Leaf recruits Ukrainian workers (CBC Manitoba) 09/22/2004
  • Ukrainian Defense Minister Resigns [Marchuk] (VOA) 09/22/2004
  • Canadian ambassador critical of Ukraine politics acted on instructions from Ottawa (AFP/Yahoo) 09/22/2004
  • Anti-Semitism In Ukrainian Media (Baltimore Jewish Times) 09/22/2004
  • New school year, new clothes for refugee children in Ukraine [Julia, whose father arrived in Ukraine from western Sudan six years ago,...has never seen Sudan and says that Ukraine is her favourite country.] (UNHCR) 09/22/2004
  • Вiдставка мiнiстра оборони Марчука (VOA) 09/22/2004
  • Президент Кучма у Павлоградi критикує США (VOA) 09/22/2004
  • Доля парламентської бiльшостi пiд знаком запитання (VOA) 09/22/2004
  • Генпрокурор Васильєв про свої плани та деякi резонанснi справи (VOA) 09/22/2004
  • Кому служать мас-медiа в Українi? (VOA) 09/22/2004
  • Photo: Canadian Ambassador to the Ukraine Andrew Robinson, seen here in 1999, reprimanded by Ukrainian authorities for criticizing irregularities in the campaign for next month's presidential election, was acting on instructions from Ottawa, the Canadian Foreign Ministry said. (AFP/Yahoo) 09/22/2004
  • Kerry: It is not too late for democracy to triumph in Ukraine (BRAMA) 09/22/2004
  • Ukraine calls Canadian ambassador onto the carpet for election comments (AFP/Yahoo) 09/22/2004
  • Lebanon 'thwarts al-Qaeda plot' [said to have been planning to attack Ukrainian and Lebanese targets in Beirut] (BBC) 09/22/2004
  • Thomas A. Dine President, RFE/RL: 50 Years Later, Ukraine Still Lacks a Free Press (RFE/RL) 09/22/2004
  • Italy links bombing suspects to al-Qaida [...two leaders and their accomplices 'cooperated and exchanged information' in planning simultaneous bombings of the Italian and Ukrainian embassies..., Addoum said.] (AP/Star-Ledger) 09/22/2004
  • Commentary: A bridge too far? [Iraqi soldiers trained by the U.S. are complaining the equipment ordered by the U.S. from Ukraine being assigned to them gives them 'second-class status.'] (Wash Times) 09/22/2004
  • Putin crackdown sparks unease in central Europe [In Ukraine, there has been no official reaction to Mr Putin's latest shift and very little public discussion.] (Financial Times) 09/22/2004
  • Prosecutor General [Hennadiy Vasyliev] announces intention to resign after presidential election (Interfax) 09/22/2004
  • Canadian ambassador [Andrew Robinson] to Ukraine reprimanded for criticism (Interfax-Russia) 09/22/2004
  • Foreign Ministry scolds Canadian Ambassador for statement on elections (Interfax) 09/22/2004
  • Kuchma: mutual responsibility of legislative, executive authorities should be fixed constitutionally (Interfax) 09/22/2004
  • Kuchma says Ukraine under huge pressure in connection with presidential elections (Interfax) 09/22/2004
  • Case of Yuschenko's poisoning sent to SBU, Vasyliev reports (Interfax) 09/22/2004
  • Kiev to probe opposition candidate poisoning claims [Yushchenko] (Financial Times) 09/22/2004
  • Yushchenko Was Poisoned with Ricin - Substance Used by Special Services - Kostenko (UNIAN) 09/22/2004
  • Ukraine opens criminal case on presidential candidate's poisoning [Yushchenko] (Interfax-Russia) 09/22/2004
  • Ukraine OKs poisoning probe (AP/Edmonton Sun) 09/22/2004
  • Kuchma Accepted Resignation of Marchuk (UNIAN) 09/22/2004
  • Kuchma sacks defence minister, criticises work [Yevhen Marchuk] (Reuters/AlertNet) 09/22/2004
  • Kuchma accepts defense minister's resignation [Yevhen Marchuk] (Interfax) 09/22/2004
  • Minister of Defense Yevhen Marchuk fired: Звільнено міністра оборони Євгена Марчука. Президент Кучма прийняв відставку Марчука 'через бездіяльність щодо складування боєприпасів' (BBC Ukrainian) 09/22/2004
  • Ukraine's budget for 2005 will be increased, Lytvyn believes (Interfax) 09/22/2004
  • Russian Cultural Center once again attacked in Lvov [Lviv][Itar-Tass] (Moscow) 09/22/2004
  • Veechnaya Pamyat! Rest in peace [Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 09/22/2004
  • Ukrainian widow finally gets visa to take late husband home (Toronto Community News) 09/22/2004
  • Film Series to Debut on KBYU [29 September: “Ukraine Sonata” looks at the years before, during, and after the great “Perestroika,” of the Soviet Union and how the Independent Republic of Ukraine is negotiating the changes on a musical level.] (David M. Kennedy Center BYU) 09/22/2004
  • Filmmaker focuses on modern war [In 'Ukraine Sonata,' the Republic of Ukraine negotiates the changes that come with independence from the Soviet Union on a musical level, reflecting the conflict between choice and repression.] (Deseret News) 09/22/2004
  • Swearing Ban Swells Coffers (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/22/2004
  • FYI: USA History: The US Open Cup (National Challenge Cup) [Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals: 1960, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1966] [New York Ukrainians: 1965] (Sover) 09/22/2004
  • FYI: In 1959, the Tryzub club acquired the American Soccer League's Philadelphia Nationals, aptly renamed it the Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals and proceeded to win the U.S. Open Cup Championship the very following year. (Tryzub UASC) 09/22/2004
  • The latest chapter in the U.S. Open Cup, which dates to 1914, will be written tonight [Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals] (San Diego Union-Tribune) 09/22/2004
  • Почалася ротація українців в Іраку. Загальна кількість вояків в українському батальоні зменшиться на 200 чоловік. Ротація триватиме три дні (BBC Ukrainian) 09/22/2004

  • Third Sunni Scholar Survives Assassination Bid [Iraqi national guardsmen backed by Ukrainian and Polish troops stormed Tuesday the offices of the Association and the Islamic Party in the southern city of Babel.] (Islam Online) 09/21/2004
  • U.S. May Punish Troops Seeing Prostitutes [Trafficking] (AP/Yahoo) 09/21/2004
  • A Daily Look at U.S. Iraq Military Deaths [As of Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2004, 1,037 U.S. military dead, 899 since President Bush declared that major combat operations in Iraq had ended (May 1, 2003), 7,413 wounded; Poland, 13; Ukraine, 8.] (AP/Yahoo) 09/21/2004
  • Керрi висловлює стурбованiсть передвиборчою ситуацiєю в Українi (VOA) 09/21/2004
  • Дж.Буша застерігли проти поквапливих реформ розвідки. Поміж тих, хто підписав звернення, - двоє колишніх державних секретар Генрі Кісінджер і Джорж Шульц (BBC Ukrainian) 09/21/2004
  • В.Ющенко звинуватив у його отруєнні чинну владу. В.Ющенко: те, що зі мною сталося, - це не проблема їжі, це проблема політичного режиму (BBC Ukrainian) 09/21/2004
  • Embassy Row: Lithuanian ambassador urging colleagues in Ukraine to follow the example of his country, as Ukraine struggles against corruption and economic weakness in pursuit of its goal of joining the European Union. (Wash Times) 09/21/2004
  • Tenor Ben Heppner Triumphs in 'Otello' [Kowaljow] (AP/Yahoo) 09/21/2004
  • Yuschenko says his poisoning due to political regime in Ukraine (Interfax) 09/21/2004
  • Ukraine - New Funding for IOM Counter Trafficking Project (IOM) 09/21/2004
  • Вибори Президента України - Утворено Виборчу дільницю №94 в Нью-Йорку (BRAMA) 09/21/2004
  • News Analysis: As Iraq war escalates, so does anxiety over Iran (IHT) 09/21/2004
  • Author: Global sex trade 'biggest human rights crisis facing women today' [Victor Malarek, author of the new book The Natashas: The New Global Sex Trade] (Daily Pennsylvanian) 09/21/2004
  • Analysis: Poisoning Impairs Ukrainian Oppostion Candidate's Election Campaign (RFE/RL) 09/21/2004
  • Who Next? Ukraine's Opposition Leader Fears Murder [Yushchenko] (Reuters) 09/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's main opposition leader and presidential hopeful Viktor Yushchenko addresses deputies during a parliamentary session in Kiev, September 21, 2004. Still recovering from what he says was an attempt to poison him, Yushchenko on Tuesday warned politicians their lives could be in danger from a murderous leadership bent on election victory. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/21/2004
  • Photo: Haggard Ukraine's key opposition leader and presidential candidate, Viktor Yushchenko adresses the rallying crowd, just hours after being released from an Austrian hospital, in downtown Kiev, Ukraine, in Sept. 18, 2004 file photo. Ukrainian parliament Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2004, decided to set up a commission tasked with investigating allegations of an alleged attempt to poison Yushchenko earlier this month. (AP/Yahoo) 09/21/2004
  • Victor Yushchenko called on the deputies to get off their knees (Our Ukraine) 09/21/2004
  • Parliament forms ad hoc team to inquire into Yuschenko disease reasons (Interfax) 09/21/2004
  • Yuschenko not suffering from heart conditions or stroke, says press secretary (Interfax) 09/21/2004
  • Yuschenko says his poisoning due to political regime in Ukraine (Interfax) 09/21/2004
  • Students find common ground [Charges of rigged presidential elections plagued by vote-buying, cheating and intimidation don't originate only in places like Florida.] (Courier-Post) 09/21/2004
  • Canada concerned about conduct of Ukrainian elections (Interfax) 09/21/2004
  • Authorities said death of journalist [Volodymyr Karachevtsev] found hanged was due to an accident (Reporters sans frontières) 09/21/2004
  • Russian military prosecutor to bring [bribery] charges against Ukrainian figure [Yulia Tymoshenko, former Ukrainian deputy prime minister and CEO of Ukrainian Unified Energy System (UES)] (Interfax-Russia) 09/21/2004
  • Putin's cold war rhetoric after Beslan siege signals shift in foreign policy (Financial Times) 09/21/2004
  • NATO Military Committee head approves of Ukrainian defense reform (Interfax) 09/21/2004
  • World Briefs [Cabbage thief slain: Kiev - A 56-year-old unemployed man has been beaten to death by security guards in a town in eastern Ukraine for stealing a head of cabbage from a farm. Two teenage security guards who worked at the farm came upon the victim with a cabbage in his bag. The man threatened the guards, who beat him with their batons. They were joined by three other guards.] (South Africa Star) 09/21/2004
  • More ukrainians hopeful about the economy [Around a half of Ukrainians (45%) see no essential changes in the country's economy lately, while over a quarter (29%) say that there is economic growth.] (Interfax) 09/21/2004
  • Ukraine Antitrust Body Warns Two Mobile-Phone Operators [UMC and Kyivstar GSM control 51.7% and 46.9% of the country's subscribers respectively] (iWon) 09/21/2004
  • Indicators - Ukraine - Sept 21 (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/21/2004
  • The Untested Venture Into the Unknown at Juilliard [Alexander Shchetynsky, a Ukrainian composer born in 1960...] (NY Times) 09/21/2004
  • Obit: Marvin Mitchelson - Colourful US lawyer who changed the rules of divorce [Mitchelson was born in Detroit to immigrant parents. His Polish father was a decorator; his mother came from Ukraine.] (Guardian) 09/21/2004
  • Minister's life devoted to the service of souls; Rev. Paul Blasko to retire from Twin Orchards (Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin) 09/21/2004

  • Presidential race tightens in Michigan (Detroit Free Press) 09/20/2004
  • Генпрокуратура вивчатиме обставини отруєння Ющенка (VOA) 09/20/2004
  • Генпрокуратура про справу Тимошенко (VOA) 09/20/2004
  • Полiтологи про хiд кампанiї в Українi (VOA) 09/20/2004
  • Виступ екс-посла Бутейка у Вашингтонi (VOA) 09/20/2004
  • Analysis: Terrorism, Common Ground, And The CIS Summit (RFE/RL) 09/20/2004
  • Volunteers to help kids in sister city [Uzhgorod] (Corvallis Gazette-Times) 09/20/2004
  • Foreign Ministers of Ukraine, Lithuania discuss trade (Interfax) 09/20/2004
  • Self-Censorship and Government Restrictions Plague Coverage of Ukrainian Presidential Election (RFE/RL) 09/20/2004
  • Ukrainian Company Under Investigation Over Iraq Deals (RFE/RL) 09/20/2004
  • Ukraine Probes Alleged Aid to Iraqi Insurgents (VOA) 09/20/2004
  • Ukraine Firm Accused of Arming Iraqis (AP/Guardian) 09/20/2004
  • Ukraine to prosecute man for missile smuggling [Ukrainian official said it was 'most unlikely to be connected to Iraq'] (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/20/2004
  • General prosecution closes inquiry into weapons smuggling and documents forgery (Interfax) 09/20/2004
  • Poisoning Of Ukrainian Oppositionist Investigated Yushchenko (RFE/RL) 09/20/2004
  • A Blessing in Disguise? [Viktor Yushchenko's claims that he survived an attempt to poison him have introduced new drama to what has so far been a relatively peaceful--if dirty--Ukrainian presidential race.] (Transitions Online) 09/20/2004
  • 19 of 26 candidates file signature lists at CEC (Interfax) 09/20/2004
  • Tymoshenko says she received no subpoena and complains against illegal acts of military prosecution (Interfax) 09/20/2004
  • America’s Final Warning [Congressman Dana Rohrabacher submitted a document entitled “Ukraine Democracy and Fair Elections Act of 2004'” to the US House of Representatives] (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/20/2004
  • The Government Submitted To Parliament A Draft 2005 State Budget (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/20/2004
  • We Meant To Do It The Way They Do In The West … You Know the Rest [European integration is no longer popular in Ukraine] (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/20/2004
  • The Same Old Song In Astana [The CIS summit in Astana was Leonid Kuchma’s last in his capacity as President of Ukraine and Chairman of the CIS Presidential Council, with the latter post taken over by the Russian President.] (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/20/2004
  • Fake “Yays” For Yanukovych? (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/20/2004
  • Russian insurance company starts operations in Ukraine [RESO-Guarantee][Itar-Tass] (Moscow) 09/20/2004
  • Response gone awry By Ariel Cohen [Three days after the tragedy of Beslan ended, we sat for more than 31/2 hours with Vladimir Putin in Moscow...] (Wash Times) 09/20/2004
  • Albanian constructors play with lives by ignoring building codes [ The Albanian press has frequently denounced the import of steel and iron of sub-standard quality from countries of the former Soviet Union, notably Ukraine.] (AFP/Yahoo) 09/20/2004
  • 2005 budget will stall as cabinet takes populist measures - Poroshenko (Interfax) 09/20/2004
  • Russia, Ukraine and Brazil go for second win [Paralympics] (Athens2004) 09/20/2004
  • Cheney plans second campaign stop in Michigan this week (AP/MLive) 09/20/2004
  • Where it's fun to watch sausage being made [At Kramarczuk's, the old way of sausage-grinding satisfies a new breed of customer] (Minneapolis Skyway News) 09/20/2004
  • Don’t beet around the borscht [Ha Noi Bud'Mo!] (VNA) 09/20/2004
  • Seeking miracles in the minerals: Immigrants find comfort and community at Soap Lake (Seattle Times) 09/20/2004

  • Anti-Semitism in Ukrainian media up, and its acceptance is worrying Jews (JTA) 09/19/2004
  • Пiдсумки конференцiї «Україна на шляху до зрiлої нацiональної державностi» (VOA) 09/19/2004
  • Ющенко продовжує кампанiю (VOA) 09/19/2004
  • Україна вдосконалює освiтню галузь (VOA) 09/19/2004
  • Paragua hangs on in Ukraine (ABS-CBN News) 09/19/2004
  • World Athletics Finals Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 09/19/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Kaka' of Brazil is hugged by teammates Andriy Shevchenko of Ukraine and Clarence Seedorf of the Netherlands after scoring the winning goal during the Italian First Division soccer league match between Bologna and AC Milan (AP/Yahoo) 09/19/2004
  • Photo: A.C. Milan's Andriy Shevchenko challenges Federico Giunti and Christiano Bonera of FC Bologna during their Serie A soccer match at the Dall'Ara stadium in Bologna (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/19/2004
  • Juventus set the early pace in Italy (AFP/Yahoo) 09/19/2004
  • Montella hat-trick not enough for Roma (Reuters) 09/19/2004
  • Photo: Ivan Heshko of Ukraine wins the 1500m at the World Athletics Final (IAAF) 09/19/2004
  • Canadian Mark Boswell third in high jump at World Athletics Final (CP/Yahoo) 09/19/2004
  • Athletics: Guevara Ends Williams-Darling's 400 Streak (AP/Yahoo) 09/19/2004
  • Athletics: Shaheen shows what might have been (Eurosport) 09/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Oleksandr Pominov fights with Sebastian Junk from Germany during the 2004 Paralympic Games in Athens (AP/Yahoo) 09/19/2004
  • Winnipeg's Kirby Cote wins swimming gold at Paralympic Games (CP/Yahoo) 09/19/2004
  • Judo blow for Jackson (BBC Sport) 09/19/2004
  • Convincing win for Ukraine [Paralympics] (Athens2004) 09/19/2004
  • Mogul's pressing for truth [Ukrainian multimillionaire Vadim Rabinovich who owns New York's only Russian-language daily newspaper is barred from entering the U.S.] (NY Daily News) 09/19/2004
  • Ukrainian candidate's aide claims poisoning [Yushchenko] (Wash Times) 09/19/2004
  • Лист Голови Української Народної Партії, народного депутата України Юрія Костенка до Міністра внутрішніх справ України Білоконя М.В. “Про захист честі, гідності та репутації Української Народної Партії та спростування МВС України недостовірної інформації” (Народне Слово) 09/19/2004
  • Bill Moyers: Journalism Under Fire [ the Ukraine journalism matters; from 9/17/04] (Tom Paine) 09/19/2004
  • Ireland lose out in Paralympic soccer [losing 6-0 to World champions, the Ukraine] ( Sport) 09/19/2004
  • On this day: 1941 – Germans take Kiev in Soviet Union in World War II. (Sunday Times (Australia)) 09/19/2004
  • Media bias roils election By Natalia A. Feduschak (Wash Times) 09/19/2004

  • Men’s Basketball: Germany 95 – Ukraine 69 (FIBA Europe) 09/18/2004
  • Women’s Basketball: Slovakia 73 – Ukraine 64 (FIBA Europe) 09/18/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's key opposition leader and presidential candidate, Viktor Yushchenko, 50, waves to his supporters during a rally in downtown Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Sept. 18, 2004. Yushchenko was released from a Vienna hospital Saturday following a weeke-long treatment for several acute illnesses. His campaign manager claimed Yeshchenko had been poisoned, which doctors in Vienna could not confirm but said was possible. (AP/Yahoo) 09/18/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Shenkevych Serhiy fights in the wheelchair Fencing competition during the 2004 Paralympic Games at the Hellinikon Fancing Hall in Athens on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 09/18/2004
  • [St. Panteleimon] Chapel's Beauty Inspires Faith [Rev. George Hnatko Sr., pastor of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Dixonville] (Indiana Gazette) 09/18/2004
  • More Than 30,000 Rally for Ukrainian Opposition Candidate [Yushchenko] (VOA) 09/18/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Leader Defiant After Poisoning [Yushchenko] (Reuters) 09/18/2004
  • Повернення Ющенка. 'Бандити сидітимуть у тюрмах!' (Українська правда) 09/18/2004
  • Cabinet approves minimum pension rise to UAH284.6 - Yanukovych (Interfax) 09/18/2004
  • У Києві триває акція 'Разом переможемо!' Послухати Ющенка прийшло 70 тисяч чоловік (Наша Україна) 09/18/2004
  • Віктор Ющенко повернувся в Україну (Наша Україна) 09/18/2004
  • Конгресу США пропонують ввести санкції проти Кучми, Януковича і всіх представників нинішньої влади (Українська правда) 09/18/2004
  • Бушу радять поговорити з Путіним про вибори в Україні (Українська правда) 09/18/2004
  • Autocephalous Orthodox Priest Opposes Campaigning of UOC-Moscow Patriarchate Metropolitan (RISU) 09/18/2004
  • United Nations child sex shame [A 14-year old girl breaks down crying, when she reveals how she lost her virginity to a helicopter pilot from Ukraine.] (IOL) 09/18/2004
  • US Congress may approve anti-Ukraine sanctions in case of unfair presidential vote - newspaper (Interfax) 09/18/2004
  • Scientific delegation of Uzbekistan visits Ukraine [to confer President Leonid Kuchma with the rank of Honourable Doctor for contribution in development of science of the two countries] (Uz Report) 09/18/2004
  • Ukrainian troupe on the road again [Kiev Symphony and Chorus] (Washington Daily News) 09/18/2004

  • Брудна конкуренція на ринку зброї? Адміністрація президента запевняє, що Україна не продавала зброї Кубі та Венесуелі (BBC Ukrainian) 09/17/2004
  • Темпи поширення СНІД в Україні зростають. Кожен сотий українець хворий на СНІД або інфікований ВІЛ (BBC Ukrainian) 09/17/2004
  • Ukrainian Foreign Ministry says PACE statement on Ukrainian ballot is biased (Interfax) 09/17/2004
  • Вибори: знову про замах. Олександр Зінченко про хворобу Віктора Ющенка, якого лікують у Відні (BBC Ukrainian) 09/17/2004
  • Янукович обіцяє більші пенсії вже в вересні. Опоненти кажуть, що такі видатки здатні піштовхнути інфляцію, яка знецінить пенсії (BBC Ukrainian) 09/17/2004
  • Complicity, complacency, corruption drive global trafficking trade, concludes author Victor Malarek SPECIAL (BRAMA) 09/17/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor [Yushchenko] is in a Vienna hospital recovering from what his supporters said on September 17, 2004 appeared to be an attempt on his life by political enemies who poisoned him. Yushchenko, a former prime minister seen in this June 30 file photo, stopped campaigning and flew to Vienna for treatment a week ago after being taken ill with what was first thought to be food poisoning and what turned out to be chemical poisoning, his aides said. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/17/2004
  • Photo: New United States citizen Alla Pileggi, originally from Ukraine, looks for her husband, an employee of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, during a naturalization ceremony on Ellis Island in New York, September 17, 2004. The naturalization cermony was held in the historic location in honor of Citizenship Day and 102 people from 44 different countries participated in the ceremony. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/17/2004
  • Photo: Orthodox Jews pray during the celebration of the Rosh Hashana Jewish New Year holiday in the town of Uman, about 200 km (120 miles) south of Ukraine's capital Kiev, September 17, 2004. About 15,000 followers of the Bratslav Hasidic movement from many countries travelled to Uman to offer prayers at the grave of the movement's founder Rabbi Nahman and mark the beginning of the New Year 5765 according to the Jewish calendar. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/17/2004
  • Analysis: Transdniester Wants Talks On 'Federal System' With Moldova (RFE/RL) 09/17/2004
  • Ukrainian Presidential Candidate Survives Assassination Attempt [Yushchenko] (VOA) 09/17/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Leader Poisoned, Fears Foul Play [Yushchenko] (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/17/2004
  • Candidate 'poisoned' in Ukraine [Yushchenko] (BBC) 09/17/2004
  • Ukraine has no plans to create center for Chechen refugees, state migration committee says (Interfax) 09/17/2004
  • Case of Yushchenko Poisoning Gives Grounds to Speak About Attempt on His Life - Zinchenko (UNIAN) 09/17/2004
  • EU hits at Ukraine's safety for reporters [Gongadze] (Financial Times) 09/17/2004
  • Europe tackles rising [HIV/AIDS] cases [EU's new eastern neighbours, like Ukraine and Belarus, have the fastest growth of Aids anywhere in the world.] (BBC) 09/17/2004
  • Forgotten beds find new Ukrainian home [Compassionate Utilization of Resources (CURE), Arkansas-based organization collects medical equipment and supplies to be distributed to hospitals in Third World countries.] (Enid News) 09/17/2004
  • PGO says it will investigate in possible poisoning of Yuschenko, if suit is brought (Interfax) 09/17/2004
  • Yuschenko's poisoning may have been attempt on his life, his election team says [when his condition deteriorated he was taken to a hospital in Vienna] (Interfax) 09/17/2004
  • 'Є підстави говорити про замах на життя Віктора Ющенка', – Олександр Зінченко (Наша Україна) 09/17/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Leader Poisoned, Fears Foul Play (Reuters) 09/17/2004
  • A Future President? [Viktor Yushchenko may have been Ukraine’s most popular politician for the past two years, but his weaknesses may still mean he fails to become the next president.] (Transitions Online) 09/17/2004
  • На Харківщині безпідставно затримано машину з агітматеріалами Віктора Ющенка (Наша Україна) 09/17/2004
  • Tymoshenko not going to Moscow for questioning [...said the intention of the Russian prosecution to question her followed an agreement reached by Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Russian help in fighting the Ukrainian opposition.] (Interfax) 09/17/2004
  • Prosecutors trying again to subpoena Tymoshenko to Russia's military prosecutor's office (Interfax) 09/17/2004
  • Russian prosecutors summon Ukrainian ex-deputy PM Tymoshenko (Interfax) 09/17/2004
  • Presidential candidates Omelchenko [1,787,430], Volha [735,398] and Krivobokov [606,266] submit signatures to CEC for checking [500,000 signatures minimum required] (Interfax) 09/17/2004
  • Report analyzes media legislation in former Soviet countries (IJNet) 09/17/2004
  • Experts Warn of Rising AIDS Stats from East Europe [Telicka said that in Russia and Ukraine, which share a border with the EU after enlargement, there has been a 50-fold increase in infections to about one adult per 100.] (Reuters) 09/17/2004
  • Reporting for Duty [Golfer Jim Furyk's family immigrated from the Ukraine, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Poland.] (Golf Digest) 09/17/2004
  • A Look at U.S. Military Deaths in Iraq [As of Thursday, Sept. 16, 1,027 U.S. military dead, 889 since President Bush declared that major combat operations in Iraq had ended (May 1, 2003); Poland, 13; Ukraine, 8.] (AP/Yahoo) 09/17/2004
  • The Price of Sex [Victor Malarek's 'The Natashas'] (Moscow Times) 09/17/2004
  • Romania takes Black Sea dispute to court (Financial Times) 09/17/2004
  • Editorial: More Straight Talk [President Bush at last has spoken out publicly against Vladimir Putin's dismantling of democracy in Russia, despite his personal bond with the Russian president...Mr. Bush should also talk about Belarus and Ukraine.] (Wash Post) 09/17/2004
  • European ‘mind walls’ threaten democracy (Pakistan Daily Times) 09/17/2004

  • Photo: Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliev, Armenian President Robert Kocharian, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili, Kyrgyz President Askar Akayev, Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Tajik President Emomali Rakhmonov, Uzbek President Islam Karimov, Moldovan President Vladimir Voronin and CIS Executive Secretary Vladimir Rushailo, from left, attend the CIS summit in Astana, Kazakhstan, Thursday, Sept. 16, 2004. A summit of leaders of CIS countries was held in Astana on Thursday. The CIS, Commonwealth of Independent States, is a loose alliance of 12 former Soviet republics. Russia's president and leaders of several other ex-Soviet countries on Thursday declared their intention to jointly combat terrorism, but clashed over lingering regional disputes. (AP/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Roberto Muzzi of Italy's Lazio of Rome struggles for the ball against Bojan Heziri of Ukraine's Metalurh Donetsk during their UEFA Cup soccer match in Donetsk (AP/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Antonio Fillipini of Lazio battles for the ball with Metalurg Donetsk' Alexandre Lolo during their UEFA Cup match in Donetsk (Reuters) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Sebastiano Siviglia of Lazio battles for the ball with Metalurg Donetsk's Andres Mendoza during their UEFA Cup match in Donetsk (Reuters) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Metalurg Donetsk's Elvin Beqiri competes for the ball with Lazio's Tommaso Rocchi during their UEFA Cup match in Donetsk (Reuters) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Maccabi Haifa's Gustavo Boccoli is tackled by Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk's Andriy Rusol during their UEFA Cup match in Tel Aviv (Reuters) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Maccabi Haifa's Idan Tal fights for the ball with Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk's Olexandr Rykun during their UEFA Cup soccer match at the Kiryat-Eli'ezer Stadium in Tel Aviv (Reuters) 09/16/2004
  • Colautti the man for Maccabi (UEFA) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Maccabi Haifa's Wescley Goncalves fights for the ball with Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk's Dmytro Semochko during their UEFA Cup match in Tel Aviv (Reuters) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Maccabi Haifa's (Israel) Idan Tal blocks Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk's (Ukraine) Oleg Shelayev (Reuters) 09/16/2004
  • A Daily Look at U.S. Iraq Military Deaths [As of Wednesday, Sept. 15, 1,019 U.S. military dead; Poland, 13; Ukraine, 8.] (AP/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • XL Beef forced to import workers [Immigration authorities have told Rogerson that pools of labour are available from the Ukraine and South America.] (Moose Jaw Times-Herald) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks with Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, left, during a CIS summit in Astana, Kazakhstan, Thursday, Sept. 16, 2004. A summit of leaders of CIS member states has started in Astana on Wednesday. The CIS, Commonwealth of Independent States, is a loose alliance of 12 former Soviet republics. Russian President Vladimir Putin and leaders of several other ex-Soviet republics were meeting Thursday to discuss ways to jointly counter terrorism in the wake of deadly attacks in Russia and Uzbekistan. (AP/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Ukraine remembers slain reporter [Gongadze] (BBC) 09/16/2004
  • Four years later, case of murdered journalist Gongadze remains unsolved (CPJ) 09/16/2004
  • Thousands Commemorate Journalist Gongadze's Death (RFE/RL) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Posters with a silhouette of Ukrainian journalist Georgiy Gongadze, who was murdered four years ago, stick up above a row of riot policemen during an opposition rally in central Kiev, September 16, 2004. Thousands of opposition supporters flocked to Kiev's main square on Thursday to call for an end to government 'lies', branding the current leadership as criminals linked to the murder of the reporter. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Roberto Muzzi of Italy's Lazio of Rome, left, struggles for the ball against Bojan Heziri of Ukraine's Metalurh Donetsk during their UEFA Cup soccer match in Donetsk, 729km. (452 miles) east of Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, Sept. 16, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Governments urged by UN to take action against HIV/AIDS in Europe (UN) 09/16/2004
  • AIDS Conference Opens Amid Warnings Of Resurgent Threat (RFE/RL) 09/16/2004
  • Woman charged after kids removed from filthy apartment (Muskegon Chronicle) 09/16/2004
  • Трибунал над Кучмою – залишилося два місяці? [Гонгадзе] (Українська правда) 09/16/2004
  • Op-Ed: Yushchenko's Ukraine and Russian Relations - By Alexander Zinchenko (Moscow Times) 09/16/2004
  • Ukrainian parliament maneuvers ahead of presidential ballot (RFE/RL) 09/16/2004
  • [Former NYC Mayor] Giuliani's Mystery Tour Spotlights Steel Town (Moscow Times) 09/16/2004
  • Striving for a bright future: Ukrainians come to CR seeking work but few put down roots (Prague Post) 09/16/2004
  • The world's biggest threat: nuclear terrorism (Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Ukraine's spending plan raises fiscal worries (Financial Times) 09/16/2004
  • Ukrainian govt submits 2005 draft budget to parliament [revenues of 87.8 bn hryvni, max. deficit of 4.97 bn hryvni] (Interfax) 09/16/2004
  • Economic Indicators - Ukraine - Sept 16 (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Ex-Soviet group promises economic re-integration (AFP/SA Business Day) 09/16/2004
  • Putin Feels Quite Confident in Political Solitude [...(If Ukraine) joins NATO in a boorish way, there will be problems. If it joins NATO nicely, it will not have any problems with us.] (Center for Defense Information) 09/16/2004
  • Russia's Putin once again heads ex-Soviet bloc [Replaces Kuchma, first non-Russian leader at CIS helm. In January 2003, Putin handed over the chairmanship to Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma. This was seen as a move to shore up Kuchma, then under international and domestic pressure over US accusations he had approved arms sales to Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq] (AFP/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) listens to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin as they attend a press conference during the 38th summit of the member countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), in Astana September 16, 2004. Leaders of the 12 former Soviet states gathered to discuss political, economical and security cooperation. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) with his Ukrainian counterpart Leonid Kuchma (L). Putin took over once again as head of the CIS ex-Soviet bloc at a summit in the Kazakh capital Astana (AFP/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Georgia, Russia Spat Over Anti-terrorism At Summit [Georgia, which accuses Russia of encouraging separatism in its former satellite state as a means of weakening Tbilisi, says this contradicts Moscow's tough stance against pro-independence rebels in Chechnya] (Turkish Press) 09/16/2004
  • CIS nations join hands to fight terror (UPI/Wash Times) 09/16/2004
  • Four EU member states suggest [Chechen] refugee camp in Ukraine (EU Observer) 09/16/2004
  • Rail ferry link between Ukraine and Russia through Kerch Strait to be restored on these days (AgriMarket) 09/16/2004
  • Ukraine ex-deputy prime minister [Yulia Timoshenko] dodges interrogation in Russia [Itar-Tass] (Moscow) 09/16/2004
  • Uefa sets Roma D-Day (BBC) 09/16/2004
  • Free trade zone may be created in CIS in 2005 - Yanukovych (Interfax) 09/16/2004
  • Ukraine will not support economic blockade of Transdniestria, says Kuchma (Interfax) 09/16/2004
  • Ex-Soviet countries fail to unite despite terror threat (AP/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Kuchma calls for settling conflicts within commonwealth to raise efficiency of fighting terror (Interfax) 09/16/2004
  • CIS leaders agree to step up work on Anti-Terror Center, Kuchma says (Interfax) 09/16/2004
  • Справа Георгія Гонгадзе буде розслідувана – Віктор Ющенко (Наша Україна) 09/16/2004
  • В Таращанському лісі буде встановлено пам’ятник Георгію Гонгадзе (Наша Україна) 09/16/2004
  • Kiev want all three points from abandoned game (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Macshane Backs EU Declaration on Media Freedom in Ukraine and the Gongadze Case (Interfax) 09/16/2004
  • Interior Ministry fails to find evidence of Gongadze surveillance (Interfax) 09/16/2004
  • Journalists call for public inquiry into Gongadze case (Interfax) 09/16/2004
  • Ukraine arms Cuba and Venezuela (Jane's) 09/16/2004
  • Russia, Ukraine, Vietnam need tighter adoption rules, says German NGO [eight countries signed convention in 2000 and have failed to ratify it] (Expatica) 09/16/2004
  • Wide selection of languages entice students [Ukrainian language taught at Penn.] (Daily Pennsylvanian) 09/16/2004
  • Cardinal Husar Summarizes Recent Greek Catholic Synod (RISU) 09/16/2004
  • Ukrainians carry on a musical mission (Oregonian) 09/16/2004
  • After years of waiting, a family from Bangladesh has its 'glorious day' [see Immigration facts:In fiscal year 2002, Ukraine 12,110 people out of a total 573,708 became naturalized U.S. citizens.] (Cincinnati Enquirer) 09/16/2004
  • UEFA to meet Thursday to consider Roma incident (Reuters) 09/16/2004
  • Top-selling artists descend on Vegas for 2004 World Music Awards [Ruslana] (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Vitali Klitschko presents Ukrainian recording artist Ruslana with an award at the 2004 World Music Awards Wednesday Sept. 15, 2004 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. Ruslana won for 'Best Selling Artist/Ukraine.' (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian singer Ruslana uses a whip a she performs at the World Music Awards at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada September 15, 2004. Ruslana won the award for Best-Selling Artist/Ukraine. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Photo: Boxer Vitali Klitschko (L) of Ukraine presents the Best-Selling Artist/Ukraine award to Ukrainian singer Ruslana at the World Music Awards at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada September 15, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Lightning bolt that struck church ‘sounded like a bomb exploded’ [Currently, the church serves two congregations: Lentz’s congregation and a congregation of Russian immigrants who practice a similar non-denominational Pentecostal Christian faith — only while speaking Ukrainian.] (Green Bay Press-Gazette) 09/16/2004
  • A Daily Look at U.S. Iraq Military Deaths [As of Wednesday, Sept. 15, 1,019 U.S. military dead; Poland, 13; Ukraine, 6.] (AP/Yahoo) 09/16/2004
  • Russia Tells U.S. to Mind its Own Business Over Putin's Political Moves (Crosswalk) 09/16/2004

  • У Вашингтонi завершилася конференцiя, присвячена українськiй проблематицi (Голос України) 09/15/2004
  • H.R. 5102 'Constantine Menges Ukraine Democracy and Fair Elections Act of 2004' bill introduced in the House by Rep Rohrabacher, Dana [R-CA]; To encourage the promotion of democracy, free, fair, and transparent elections, and respect for human rights and the rule of law in Ukraine. (US House of Representatives) 09/15/2004
  • Deaf Children, Music School In Mirgorod To Be Visited (Randolph Herald) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: AS Roma's Francesco Totti and Dynamo Kiev's Jerko Leko of Croatia jump for the ball during their Champions League soccer match in Rome's Olympic stadium (AP/Yahoo) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: AS Roma's Mancini challenges Goran Gavrancic of Dynamo Kiev during their Champions League clash at the Olympic Stadium in Rome (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/15/2004
  • Ex-Soviet states to begin work on free trade zone by mid-2005 (AP/Yahoo) 09/15/2004
  • Meyers looks to Ukraine for experience [Peace Corps volunteer] (Ralston Recorder) 09/15/2004
  • Look out, Lord of the Dance [Virsky] (Orion) 09/15/2004
  • Theresa Sokyrka, Kalan Porter perform winner's single on Canadian Idol (CP/Yahoo) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: Canadian Idol finalists Theresa Sokyrka and Kalan Porter embrace following their performances (CP/Yahoo) 09/15/2004
  • Women’s Basketball: Latvia 88 – Ukraine 68 (FIBA Europe) 09/15/2004
  • Men’s Basketball: Hungary 90 – Ukraine 67 (FIBA Europe) 09/15/2004
  • History favours Roma as Dynamo look to end Italian misery (AFP/Yahoo) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: AS Roma's Daniele De Rossi challenges Jerko Leko of Dynamo Kiev during their Champions League match (ReuterNS) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: AS Roma's Frenchman Olivier Dacourt challenges Jerko Leko of Dynamo Kiev during their Champions League match at the Olympic Stadium in Rome (Reuters) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: AS Roma's Daniele De Rossi and Brazilian Kleber of Dynamo Kiev fight for the ball during their Champions League match (Reuters) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: Goran Gavrancic of Dynamo Kiev scores from a free kick against AS Roma as his team mate Ayila Yussuf watches (Reuters) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: Roma's defensive wall fails to stop Goran Gavrancic of Dynamo Kiev scoring from a free kick during their Champions League clash at the Olympic Stadium in Rome (Reuters) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: Goran Gavrancic of Dynamo Kiev celebrates with team mates Ayila Yussuf and Jerko Leko after scoring from a free kick against AS Roma (Reuters) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: Goran Gavrancic of Dynamo Kiev celebrates with team mate Jerko Leko after scoring from a free kick against AS Roma (Reuters) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: Dynamo Kiev’s Goran Gavrancic of Serbia-Montenegro celebrates with teammate Jerko Leko of Croatia after scoring against Roma (AP/Yahoo) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: Goran Gavrancic of Dynamo Kiev celebrates with his team mate Jerko Leko after scoring against AS Roma during their Champions League match at the Olympic Stadium in Rome (Reuters) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: Goran Gavrancic of Dynamo Kiev is congratulated by his team mates Jerko Leko, Ayila Yussuf and Goran Sablic after scoring against AS Roma (Reuters) 09/15/2004
  • AS Roma-Dynamo Kiev match suspended at halftime after referee hit, bloodied (AP/Fox Sports) 09/15/2004
  • Roma match abandoned after referee hit by object (Reuters) 09/15/2004
  • Визначено термiн початку використання нафтогону Одеса-Броди (VOA) 09/15/2004
  • Обiцянка пiдняти пенсiї: чи пiдвищить вона рейтинг владного кандидата? (VOA) 09/15/2004
  • Справа Гонгадзе очима мiжнародного експерта (VOA) 09/15/2004
  • Call for a public trial in the case of Georgy Gongadze four years after he went missing - RSF (UNIAN) 09/15/2004
  • AS Roma's Champions League match against Dynamo Kiev was suspended at halftime Wednesday after Swedish referee Anders Frisk was hit with an object thrown from the stands (AP/Fox Sports) 09/15/2004
  • The perils of accommodation: Russia and John Paul II [Greek Catholics were suppressed under Stalin, so they went underground...] (National Catholic Reporter) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho looks on as his fans reach for his autograph after a news conference in Kiev, September 15, 2004. Coelho arrived in Ukraine to present his latest book, 'Eleven Minutes'. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/15/2004
  • Cooper Union Engages the Neighborhood [Mammoth 9-story building replaces 2-story landmark, will block light and view of Ukrainian St. George Church] (NY Times) 09/15/2004
  • Chicago Ukrainian Americans to commemorate Genocide Famine of 1932-33 (BRAMA) 09/15/2004
  • Moldovan president skeptical about talks with Tiraspol [Touching on Ukraine's mediation in the Transdniestrian settlement process, Voronin said he had recently sent 'quite a sincere letter' to Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych to cite 'all concrete facts of direct complicity of Ukrainian government officials in smuggling at the Transdniestrian segment of the Moldovan-Ukrainian border.'] (Interfax-Moldova) 09/15/2004
  • Ukraine and Moldova agree to develop co-operation on sustainable management of the Dniestr river (OSCE) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev (L), Ukraine's President Leonid Kuchma (2nd L), Russian President Vladimir Putin (2nd R) and Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko walk to a conference room before their talks at the presidential residence in Astana, September 15, 2004. Heads of the four member countries of the Common Economic Space gathered for a one-day summit in Kazakh capital. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: Presidents of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko (L), Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev (2L), Russia Vladimir Putin (2R) and Ukraine Leonid Kuchma talk during their meeting at the presidential residence in Astana, September 15, 2004. The four Presidents and the heads of the governments of four ex-Soviet states gathered for a one-day summit in the capital of Kazakhstan to debate the liberalization of economic relations between the countries. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/15/2004
  • Photo: Presidents, from left, of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nasarbayev, of Russia Vladimir Putin and of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma sit during talks in Astana, Kazakhstan, Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2004. Leaders of former Soviet republics gathered in Astana for a CIS ( Commonwealth of Independent States) summit. (AP/Yahoo) 09/15/2004
  • Ukraine signs 23 documents at CIS Premiers' summit [trade and economic cooperation, coordination in the fight against organized crime...] (Interfax) 09/15/2004
  • Ukraine expects for maximal number of observers from CIS at presidential election - Hryschenko (Interfax) 09/15/2004
  • President signs Naftohaz decree (Interfax) 09/15/2004
  • In Brief: Ivax IPO; Tele-Fonika plant for Ukraine; Gniewczyna (Warsaw Business Journal) 09/15/2004
  • Foreign state debt by late 2005 should not exceed $8.907 bn - draft budget (Interfax) 09/15/2004
  • History favours Roma as Dynamo look to end Italian misery (AFP/Yahoo) 09/15/2004
  • Shakhtar Donetsk 0 AC Milan 1 [Shevchenko] (Sporting Life) 09/15/2004
  • Lidl robbery - second man in court [Ukrainian Andriy Pavlyuk (22) is alleged to have been part of the five-figure raid which happened last Saturday.] (Buchan Observer) 09/15/2004
  • Kitchen masters Bo Pruske, Dick Shaner and Greg Hoch (Durango Herald) 09/15/2004
  • Blessing after the ruin [Pastor, wife name baby after spared statue of Virgin Mary] (Norwich Bulletin) 09/15/2004
  • A Daily Look at U.S. Iraq Military Deaths [As of Tuesday, Sept. 14, 1,018 U.S. military dead (7,245 wounded); Poland, 13; Ukraine, 6.] (AP/Yahoo) 09/15/2004
  • FYI: The internet lottery scam (Expatica) 09/15/2004
  • Op-Ed: Republicans, Democrats and Ukraine - By Dr. Bohdan Vitvitsky (BRAMA) 09/15/2004
  • [Pagedown to Ukraine] Verkhovna Rada maneuvering before presidential ballot (RFE/RL) 09/15/2004
  • [Pagedown] Who collected signatures for Ukrainian Premier in Russia? Ukrainian police fail to confirm shadowing of murdered journalist [Gongadze] (RFE/RL) 09/15/2004

  • Seedorf spares Milan's blushes against Shakhtar (Reuters) 09/14/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko competes with Razvan Rat of Shakhtar Donetsk during their Champions League match in Donetsk (Reuters) 09/14/2004
  • Photo: Shakhtar Donetsk's Andrei Marica challenges AC Milan's Alessandro Nesta during their Champions League match in Donetsk (Reuters) 09/14/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Kaka competes with Anatoliy Tymoshchuk of Shakhtar Donetsk during their Champions League match in Donetsk (Reuters) 09/14/2004
  • Photo: Shakhtar Donetsk's Anatoly Tymoshchuk challenges AC Milan's Kaka during their Champions League match in Donetsk (Reuters) 09/14/2004
  • Photo: Shakhtar Donetsk's Darijo Srna challenges AC Milan's Kaka (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/14/2004
  • Saskatoon and Medicine Hat, Alta., cheer on their hometown Idol hopefuls [Theresa Sokyrka from Saskatoon] (CP/Yahoo) 09/14/2004
  • МЗС України захищає будiвництво дунайського каналу (VOA) 09/14/2004
  • Ukrainians Keep Pro-Russia Sentiments (CPOD) 09/14/2004
  • Immigration system a mess, says Toronto MP [Canadian officials refused to let a Ukrainian woman claim her husband's body.] (CBC News) 09/14/2004
  • Putin flies to economic summit [for Common Economic Space Agreement with the three other most important former Soviet republics in the Commonwealth of Independent States: Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Belarus] (Wash Times) 09/14/2004
  • У Вашингтонi завершилася конференцiя, присвячена українськiй проблематицi (VOA) 09/14/2004
  • Нерiвне висвiтлення кандидатiв українським ТБ (VOA) 09/14/2004
  • Витрати кандидатiв на виборчу кампанiю (VOA) 09/14/2004
  • Photo: Anatoliy Tymoschuk of Ukraine's Shakhtar Donetsk, left, tries to stop Brazilian striker Kaka, of Italy's AC Milan, during their Champions League soccer match in Donetsk, 729 km (452 miles) east of Ukrainian capital Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 09/14/2004
  • Tracking the vanishing world heritage of Jewish buildings [Some of the already documented buildings, such as the Great Synagogue of Berezhany in western Ukraine, built in 1714, have been destroyed.] (Ha'aretz) 09/14/2004
  • 'Ukraine at the Crossroads' with former Ambassador of Ukraine Anton Buteiko INVITATION (BRAMA) 09/14/2004
  • Challenges faced by today's Ukrainian professionals' organizations addressed at DC conference [TWG - Part V] FOTO/S (BRAMA) 09/14/2004
  • Letter: Ethnic clubs must evolve: Death of Slovenian Home in Lorain highlights challenges (Ohio Morning Journal) 09/14/2004
  • Ukaine's pro-presidential parliamentary majority crumbles [By Taras Kuzio for The Jamestown Foundation] (ISN) 09/14/2004
  • Going it alone: Bush Doctrine gives any nation war power [The only safe nation in the world will be the last one left.] (Oregon Register-Guard) 09/14/2004
  • Ukraine set to dispatch more troops to Iraq war [NY Times] (Oregon Register-Guard) 09/14/2004
  • Ukrainian church marks centennial [St. Nicholas Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Portage la Prairie, MB] (Portage Daily Graphic) 09/14/2004
  • Unknown Offenders Vandalize Armenian Cathedral in Lviv (RISU) 09/14/2004
  • Virgin Mary statue draws crowds after surviving church explosion (AP/Newsday) 09/14/2004
  • Court rejects petition to revoke Righteous Gentile title [granted to Ukrainian national Stefan 1999, a group of survivors denounced his story as fabricated] (Jerusalem Post) 09/14/2004
  • Ukrainian city Korabelov [Azerbaijan] celebrates anniversary (Azertag) 09/14/2004
  • Desertions deal blow to election hopes of Ukraine PM (Financial Times) 09/14/2004
  • Analysis: Parliamentary Maneuvers Before Ukrainian Election (RFE/RL) 09/14/2004
  • Central Election Commission Proposes Amendments (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/14/2004
  • Three Stabs In The Back Of Reform (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/14/2004
  • Leonid Kravchuk: “I Am Against Amending The Constitution Between The First And Second Rounds Of The Presidential Election” (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/14/2004
  • Ukrainian Foreign Minister to take floor at UN General Assembly session (Interfax) 09/14/2004
  • Deputy Foreign Minister to discuss Ukraine-EU cooperation in Brussels [September 16-17] (Interfax) 09/14/2004
  • Chechen Republic of Ichkeria: Chechnya in the Heart of Europe (UNPO) 09/14/2004
  • Media bodies decry Ukraine murder inquiry [Gongadze] (AFP/ABC-Australia) 09/14/2004
  • Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov has appointed a new chief negotiator with Ukraine on the status of the Azov Sea, Interfax news agency said Monday. [Kerch] (Big News Network) 09/14/2004
  • Naftohaz Ukrayiny, NOC initial PSA agreement (Interfax) 09/14/2004
  • Indicators Ukraine - Sept 14 (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/14/2004
  • World Bank's most successful projects in Ukraine are PAL-I, Social Investment Fund, People's Voice - Barbone (Interfax) 09/14/2004
  • Ukraine: Security Service disclosed an unauthorized access to police data base (Computer Crime Research Center) 09/14/2004
  • Public Prosecutor of Ukraine instituted criminal case in connection with crash of helicopter MI-8 in Turkey (Azertag) 09/14/2004
  • Russia & Ukraine resume AN-124-100 production (Eye for Transport) 09/14/2004
  • Henkel opened up a new plant in Balakleya, Ukraine [construction materials] (Chemie) 09/14/2004
  • Obituaries in the News: Aaron Director, economist and professor emeritus at the University of Chicago Law School, born in 1901 in what is now the Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 09/14/2004
  • Castles and cottages [Ukrainian Prisoner of War Chapel at Hallmuir, Scotland] (ic Dumfries) 09/14/2004
  • Idol fans root for the best singer of the West. National singing race nears climax [Theresa Sokyrka, a 23-year-old songstress wrote her first piece of music ('Chickens Climb Up the Ladders') at the age of 4] (Toronto Star) 09/14/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian [born] movie star Milla Jovovich poses in front of a poster for her new film 'Resident Evil: Apocalypse' in Munich. The thriller based on a popular computer game took top spot at the North American box office (AFP/Yahoo) 09/14/2004
  • Milan ace Shevchenko goes home (Sporting Life) 09/14/2004
  • Shakhtar will be no pushovers (Glasgow Herald) 09/14/2004
  • CL Preview: AS Roma-Dynamo Kiev (Goal) 09/14/2004
  • Опозиція критикує зовнішню політику. Голова Комітету Верховної Ради з питань європейської інтеграції Борис Тарасюк назвав непослідовною закордонну політику президента та уряду. (BBC Ukrainian) 09/14/2004
  • Україна-ЄС: передбачення не справдилися (BBC Ukrainian) 09/14/2004
  • Міліція безсила в справі Ґонґадзе? (BBC Ukrainian) 09/14/2004
  • Helsinki Commission Chairman Delivers Remarks on Ukraine (BRAMA) 09/14/2004

  • Фактор доступу до ЗМI кандидатiв у президенти (VOA) 09/13/2004
  • Number of college professions to be reduced; graduate students to be helped in job placement, Kremin says (Interfax) 09/13/2004
  • Ukrainian Airport [Zaporizhia] Evacuated After Fake Bomb Found (RFE/RL) 09/13/2004
  • Fitch Assigns 'B+' Ratings To Ukraine's Naftogaz (Interfax) 09/13/2004
  • Government allows Kyiv council to sell land to Metro Cash&Carry Ltd. (Interfax) 09/13/2004
  • Shevchenko lines up on old turf (Sportal) 09/13/2004
  • A Daily Look at U.S. Iraq Military Deaths [As of Monday, Sept. 13, 1,012 U.S. military dead (7032 wounded); Poland, 13; Ukraine, 6.. Iraqi civilian deaths est. 12,721-14,751.] (AP/Yahoo) 09/13/2004
  • Slovakia's asylum policy criticised by refugee office (Slovak Spectator) 09/13/2004
  • Polish reparations vote raises eyebrows in Berlin (EU Observer) 09/13/2004
  • Iran could join the nuclear arms club by 2007 (Hi Pakistan) 09/13/2004
  • Bloody clashes across Iraq kill 100 (Toronto Star) 09/13/2004
  • US troops kill warlord's supporters after Karzai sacks 'Lion of Herat (Independent) 09/13/2004
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers to audit National Bank of Ukraine (Interfax) 09/13/2004
  • Ukrtransnafta begins pumping Russian oil through Odesa-Brody (Interfax) 09/13/2004
  • Броди - Одеса: пробна прокачка. Сьогодні має потекти перша партія нафти у реверсному напрямку (BBC Ukrainian) 09/13/2004
  • Five journalist groups criticise government denial in Gongadze murder (Reporters sans frontières) 09/13/2004

  • Tennis: From Russia, with love game [...Nikita Khrushchev, a Ukrainian peasant who later dabbled in politics] (Boston Globe) 09/12/2004
  • Photo: Joanna Hayes, right, of the United States, and Olena Krasovska, of the Ukraine, race during the women's 100m hurdles competition at the IAAF Golden League track and field meeting in Berlin on Sunday, Sept. 12, 2004. Hayes won the race. (AP/Yahoo) 09/12/2004
  • BSO, Kiev players draw 2,300 to opener (Billings Gazette) 09/12/2004
  • Kerry: Iraq Death Tally a Tragic Milestone (AP/Minnesota Daily) 09/12/2004
  • Three Polish Soldiers Killed in Iraq (AP/Yahoo) 09/12/2004
  • Church opens doors to homeless congregation [About 80 worshippers from St. Mary's gathered Saturday at St. Andrew for the first Mass after their church was destroyed. Officials suspect a 50-gallon propane gas tank used for cooking may be to blame for the Friday morning explosion that destroyed the church at 178 Linwood Ave.] (Norwich Bulletin) 09/12/2004
  • 9/11 anniversary a mix of memories, moving on (Denver Post) 09/12/2004
  • In remembrance — Utahns salute the fallen [9/11] (Deseret News) 09/12/2004
  • Great Oaks assistance on the way to Ukraine [containers of hospital supplies are being sent to churches in Ukraine. 'That way, we have a better grip on how the items are distributed'] (Commercial Appeal) 09/12/2004
  • Step to the edge of Europe [Oliver Bennett found shades of the Cold War, pretty streets and those steps in Odessa] (Guardian) 09/12/2004
  • General says trail is cold in hunt for bin Laden [al-Qaeda chief and his No. 2 are still orchestrating strikes] (AP/San Diego Union-Tribune) 09/12/2004
  • Photo: Sergiy Stakhovsky, of Ukraine, serves to Andrew Murray, of Britain, during the boys singles final at the U.S. Open (news - web sites) tennis tournament in New York, Sunday, Sept. 12, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 09/12/2004
  • Demonstrators attack U.N. compounds, stone U.S. soldiers after ouster of western Afghanistan strongman (AP/Yahoo) 09/12/2004
  • Up to 7 Die in Clashes Over Ousted Afghan Governor (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/12/2004
  • Three Said Killed in Afghanistan Protests (AP/Yahoo) 09/12/2004
  • Moscow 'certain' that warlord ordered siege [Russia has claimed it knows 'for certain' that the Chechen warlord Shamil Basayev was behind the Beslan school siege as new details of what happened suggest that the Kremlin has consistently misled the Russian people over the siege itself.] (Independent) 09/12/2004
  • Jovovich learns to live with fame as 'Resident Evil' grows (Houston Chronicle) 09/12/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian movie star Milla Jovovich poses for photographers with a gun during a press conference for the promotion of her latest Hollywood movie 'Resident Evil: Apocalypse' at a Tokyo hotel, August 2004. (AFP/Yahoo) 09/12/2004

  • President Leonid Kuchma sent letter to US President George W. Bush on 3rd anniversary of September 11 terror attacks (BRAMA) 09/11/2004
  • 'Ukraine's Transition to a Stable Democracy' To be Broadcasted via Webcast (BRAMA) 09/11/2004
  • Klitschko to face Williams in WBC title defence (AFP/Yahoo) 09/11/2004
  • Icons, paintings lost in blast (Norwich Bulletin) 09/11/2004
  • Ukraine approves 2005 budget with 1.3 pct deficit (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/11/2004
  • Outgoing EU Leaders' Tongues Are Loose [...'implosion' of the EU and a surge of membership applications. 'The EU would end up with as many as 40 member states,' including Ukraine and Belarus, two 'countries that are more European' than Turkey, according to Bolkestein, but which have been told they cannot join.] (Guardian) 09/11/2004
  • Reporter`s notebook: Borscht offers sign of hope [Kiev Symphony] (Billings Gazette) 09/11/2004
  • Photo: Dallas Burn's Eddie Johnson and D.C. United's Mike Petice and Dema Kovalenko vie for the ball (AP/Yahoo) 09/11/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko shows his disappointment during their Serie A match against Livorno at the San Siro Stadium in Milan (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/11/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Ricardo Kaka celebrates with team mates Marco Morales Cafu', Clarence Seedorf and Andriy Shevchenko after scoring against Livorno (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/11/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko challenges with Marc Pfertzel of Livorno (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/11/2004
  • Men’s Basketball: Belgium 81 – Ukraine 85 (FIBA Europe) 09/11/2004
  • Women’s Basketball: Croatia 80 – Ukraine 68 (FIBA Europe) 09/11/2004
  • Tennis: Murray into junior final (BBC Sport) 09/11/2004
  • Football: Little Shak [The Ukrainian side yesterday announced tickets will cost from three to100Ukranian Hryvnia - which converts to 31pence to ?10.49.] (Glasgow Daily Record) 09/11/2004
  • On this day: 2001 – Terrorists crash two hijacked airlines into the World Trade Centre in New York City, bringing down the twin 110-storey towers, killing more than 2,800 people. Another hijacked plane slams into the Pentagon in Washington DC, killing at least 189 people. A fourth hijacked plane crashes in rural southern Pennsylvania, killing 44 people aboard. 1994 – President Yuri Meshkov of Crimea, which had declared itself independent of Ukraine, dissolves parliament and imposes emergency rule (Sunday Times (Australia)) 09/11/2004

  • Members of Kiev Symphony speak out about recent violence (Billings Gazette) 09/10/2004
  • Photo: St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church is shown in this photo from video after powerful blast leveled the decades-old church in Colchester, Conn., Friday, Sept. 10, 2004, shaking nearby buildings and sending debris hundreds of feet from the scene. Authorities said there were no injuries and all workers have been accounted for, including its pastor Rev. Cyril Manolev and his family. Manolev, his pregnant wife, Susan, and their young son live in a home adjacent to the church and were evacuated safely. (AP/Yahoo) 09/10/2004
  • Boxing: Williams to Challenge Klitschko for World Title (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/10/2004
  • Crimean press reflects on anniversary (BBC) 09/10/2004
  • Ukrainians lobby for vote (Edmonton CBC) 09/10/2004
  • Slideshow: Virgin Mary Statue Survives Church Explosion (NBC5) 09/10/2004
  • Tributes paid in Crimea's Valley of Death (BBC) 09/10/2004
  • Church leveled by early morning explosion [To be updated] (NY Newsday) 09/10/2004
  • St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church in Connecticut leveled by early morning explosion [no injuries] (AP/Newsday) 09/10/2004
  • Colchester Church Destroyed By Explosion [St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church in Connecticut] (NBC 30) 09/10/2004
  • Blast Topples Conn. Church; No One Hurt (AP/Yahoo) 09/10/2004
  • What happened in Beslan? [reports said that 12 (hostage-takers) have been identified, including Vladimir Khodov, a half-North Ossetian half-Ukrainian Muslim, who is thought to be one of the ringleaders.] (BBC) 09/10/2004
  • Parliamentary majority is no more. Coalition government? (Our Ukraine) 09/10/2004
  • Yuschenko hails decision of some MPs to leave VR's majority (Interfax) 09/10/2004
  • People's Agrarian Party faction halts membership in parliamentary majority (Interfax) 09/10/2004
  • Kuchma asks private media to give airtime for political broadcasts by presidential candidates [26 candidates] (Interfax) 09/10/2004
  • Ukraine's PM changes tack with Brussels over EU membership: report [proposing more limited ties rather than demanding an early promise of membership] (EU Business) 09/10/2004
  • Swedish MPs say Ukraine must join EU before Turkey and Romania (Interfax) 09/10/2004
  • EC intends to start talks with ukraine on cooperation in project on creation of GNSS [Civil Global Navigation Satellite system] in Sept (Interfax) 09/10/2004
  • State customs to simplify customs registration of transit goods (Interfax) 09/10/2004
  • Ukraine plans to import 22 million tonnes of Russian oil in 2005 (Interfax) 09/10/2004
  • Indicators - Ukraine - Sept 10 (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/10/2004
  • Trip reveals a tale of two cultures [Ukrainians knew what it meant to have possessions, property and freedom. The rise and fall of communism left the country with a disruptive social system and a bitter political climate.] (Johns Hopkins News-Letter) 09/10/2004
  • Файненшнл Таймс про нову тактику Києва у стосунках з ЄС. Прем'єр Янукович вважає, що Києву варто на разі відійти від своєї мети щодо членства у ЄС (BBC Ukrainian) 09/10/2004
  • Ukranian farmers tour senator's facility in Brownsboro (Oldham Era) 09/10/2004
  • Pesticide waste a time bomb in poor nations: FAO [19,500 tonnes of toxic waste in Ukraine; It costs about 3,500 dollars to clean up one tonne of pesticides.] (AFP/Yahoo) 09/10/2004
  • UN warns of pesticide 'time-bomb' [stockpiles of toxic chemical waste - worst documented problems are in Poland, Ukraine, Macedonia and Moldova] (BBC) 09/10/2004
  • Porn prevention on the Net (Computer Crime Research Center) 09/10/2004
  • 'Resident Evil' unleashes shoddy 'Apocalypse' [Milla Jovovich, the underrated Ukranian actress] (Lawrence Journal-World) 09/10/2004
  • 38 poems about New York and other trifles: Vasyl Makhno -/- 38 віршів про Нью-Йорк і дещо інше: Василь Махно (BRAMA) 09/10/2004
  • Ukraine's Ambassador to the U.S. spoke about Ukrainian-American partnership at TWG Leadership Conference [TWG - Part IV] FOTO/S (BRAMA) 09/10/2004
  • Symphony opener includes Kiev musicians (Billings Gazette) 09/10/2004
  • Ilya Kaminsky's poetry turns his losses into gifts to readers [born in Odessa, in what is now the Ukraine, to Jewish parents who had prospered against long odds] (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) 09/10/2004

  • Indusmin Energy lands gas sales deal with division of Ukraine's Naftogas (AP/Yahoo) 09/09/2004
  • Athletics: Greene and Gatlin to face each other in Yokohama (AFP/Yahoo) 09/09/2004
  • 'I keep going,' bridge-walking grandma says [Born in 1921 to a farming family near the Black Sea] (MLive/Flint Journal) 09/09/2004
  • A Daily Look at U.S. Iraq Military Deaths [1,005 members of the U.S. military have died; approx. 12,000 Iraqi civilians] (AP/Yahoo) 09/09/2004
  • Whither Ukraine Plotting Europe's eastern border - Viktor Yushchenko (IHT) 09/09/2004
  • Ukraine changes tack with Brussels (Financial Times) 09/09/2004
  • Тарас Чорновіл допомагатиме Януковичу налагодити зв'язки із західною Україною (BBC Ukrainian) 09/09/2004
  • МВС звітує у справі зникнення Григорія Ґонґадзе. Генеральна прокуратура звітом МВС незадоволена і вимагає доповнень (BBC Ukrainian) 09/09/2004
  • Eastern Europe: European Commission Warns Of 'Resurgent' HIV/AIDS Epidemic (RFE/RL) 09/09/2004
  • U.S. Says Transnistrian Authorities Worsen Situation (USDOS) 09/09/2004
  • Dynamo Kiev appoint Sabo (Reuters/ESPN) 09/09/2004
  • Kiev name Sabo as permanent coach (CNN) 09/09/2004
  • Flushing tennis player loses focus, game [Mykyta Kryvonos, originally from the Ukraine] (Times Ledger) 09/09/2004
  • Vancouver's beautiful chameleon launches an array of products in Asia [Anna Vladi Ramirez, Ukrainian born beauty] (Asian Pacific Post) 09/09/2004
  • Indusmin Energy lands gas sales deal with division of Ukraine's Naftogas (Canadian Press) 09/09/2004
  • TV Best Bets: HBO, 8:45 p.m. - 'Chernobyl Heart'. Portrait of heartache. Filmmaker Maryann De Leo received an Oscar for this wrenching short documentary that chronicles with great humanity the tragic results of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster in Ukraine. The film is most painfully memorable while detailing radiation's devastating impact on young children suffering from birth and heart defects. (Detroit Free Press) 09/09/2004
  • Ambassadors reflect on their tenure and discuss Ukraine's future [TWG - Part III] FOTO/S (BRAMA) 09/09/2004
  • Call for papers: Sixth Congress of the International Association of Ukrainian Studies (IAUS) (BRAMA) 09/09/2004
  • Ukraine honours Crimean War dead [Events to mark the 150th anniversary of the Crimean War...; The Charge of the Light Brigade has been immortalised in poetry and film] (BBC) 09/09/2004
  • Interior Ministry passes to general proscutor results of investigation into Gongadze surveillance (Interfax) 09/09/2004
  • Registering to vote in Ohio (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 09/09/2004
  • Newly registered, foreign-born citizens are eager crop of voters [ The first time he was eligible, Aleksandr Belkin didn't bother to vote in the presidential race. After Al Gore lost a close, contentious count to George Bush, Belkin vowed not to make the same mistake in 2004] (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 09/09/2004
  • Analysis: Beslan Fuels Antipathy Between Ossetians, Ingush (RFE/RL) 09/09/2004
  • Slaughter as ideology. It’s only a short distance from Beslan to Belsen, writes MICHAEL GOVE [The Times, London] (Stateman) 09/09/2004
  • Give the Chechens a Land of Their Own (NY Times) 09/09/2004
  • Seeing a Mushroom Cloud in New York (NY Times) 09/09/2004
  • Nuclear Families. Chernobyl Heart surveys the accident aftermath. (Cleveland Scene) 09/09/2004
  • Day one for Kola: Smart shoes, nice teacher and peculiar pizza [The boy in the black suit and buckled shoes knew he stood out as soon as he boarded the school bus. Surrounded by a sea of jeans and sneakers, Mykola Havrylovych chose to sit alone for the 10-minute ride to Reynolds Middle School.] (Oregonian) 09/09/2004
  • Take the A Train to go sightseeing [100th birthday of the New York City subway] (Boston Herald) 09/09/2004
  • Department Of Homeland Security: Agency Cover Up From Sexual Harassment To National Security Breaches At The Nation’s Largest Port Of Entry [Julia Davis, an Immigration Officer with the Port Enforcement Team, is a Ukrainian immigrant with a Masters Degrees in Engineering who graduated with honors from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.] (PRWeb) 09/09/2004
  • CIS air defense exercise to be held in Russia, Kazakhstan (Interfax-Kazakhstan) 09/09/2004
  • Sept. 12, 2001 newspapers to be part of exhibit (Globe and Mail) 09/09/2004
  • Boyan Ensemble Choir in return visit to Penzance (Cornishman) 09/09/2004
  • Relations with Orthodox chilly despite icon's return (National Catholic Reporter) 09/09/2004
  • Goodwill act may not heal old wounds [Russian icon returned by Pope John Paul II gets mixed reception] (San Diego Union-Tribune) 09/09/2004
  • Symbolic treats. Meals of Rosh Hashanah - the Jewish New Year - are full of meaning [In the Ukraine, the holiday bread forms a bird to symbolize the protection of God's people.] (Ocala Star Banner) 09/09/2004
  • Ukraine, Vietnam discussing trade-economic and research-engineering cooperation in Hanoi (Interfax) 09/09/2004
  • Among Text Messengers, New 'Slanguage' Crops Up, and Not Just With Teens [T9 Text Input is available in 44 languages, including Ukrainian] (Business Wire) 09/09/2004
  • This Bubka does it with a racket (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 09/09/2004
  • Indusmin Signs Sales Contract [Naftogas] (Business Wire) 09/09/2004
  • Увага Вашингтона до Києва зосереджена на виборах. Президентські вибори і Ірак - головні теми переговорів представника держдепартаменту США в Україні (BBC Ukrainian) 09/09/2004
  • 150-та річниця початку Кримської війни (BBC Ukrainian) 09/09/2004
  • One more step on Europe's long and winding road (FIFA) 09/09/2004
  • Кому потрібна революція на виборах? Опозиція звинувачує українську владу в тому, що вона готує народ до силового варіанту виборів (BBC Ukrainian) 09/09/2004
  • Veterinary department blocks supply of 10,000 tonnes of Russian herring (Interfax) 09/09/2004

  • Viet Nam-Ukraine two-way trade value reaches 254 million USD (Viet Nam News Agency) 09/08/2004
  • Estonian Reval Hotel Group's expansion in Russia, Ukraine stuck (LexisNexis) 09/08/2004
  • More global deaths through suicide than war and murder: WHO [Among the countries that report such deaths, the highest suicide rates are found in Eastern Europe -- namely Russia and the Ukraine] (AFP/Yahoo) 09/08/2004
  • Chernobyl Children Have Normal Mental Function (Reuters) 09/08/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Andriy Vorobyev challenges Kazakhstan's Samat Smakov during their World Cup qualifying match in Almaty (Reuters) 09/08/2004
  • President Says Possible Islamic Radicals in Crimea being Investigated (RISU) 09/08/2004
  • Photo: Kazakhstan's Andrey Karpovich challenges Ukraine's Andrey Voronin during World Cup qualifying match in Almaty (Reuters) 09/08/2004
  • Match Detail [Ukraine v Kazakhstan] (FIFA) 09/08/2004
  • Cruel finish for Kazakhstan (UEFA) 09/08/2004
  • Ukraine edge Kazakhstan in World Cup qualifier (Reuters) 09/08/2004
  • Kazakhstan 1 Ukraine 2 (Sporting Life) 09/08/2004
  • Paragua tops international chess fest in Ukraine (ABS-CBN News) 09/08/2004
  • General Kostyantyn Morozov explains why post-independence Ukraine failed to achieve predicted success [TWG - Part II] FOTO/S (BRAMA) 09/08/2004
  • Румунський міністр не приїде до Києва. Бухарест пояснює, що Мірча Джоане зайнятий. Румунія невдоволена побудовою українського каналу на Дунаї (BBC Ukrainian) 09/08/2004
  • WC Qualifiers: Ukraine strike late to defeat Kazakhstan (Soccerway) 09/08/2004
  • Ukraine Intensifies Effort to Join NATO (VOA) 09/08/2004
  • Moody's ups Ukraine's rating outlook to positive (Reuters) 09/08/2004
  • US hopes Ukraine's peacemakers will stay in Iraq, Tefft says (Interfax) 09/08/2004
  • Our Neighbors - The Ukrainians [Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 09/08/2004
  • Moody: прогноз України змінено на позитивний. Інвестиційна агенція каже, що зростання в Україні 2004 року сягнуло 13%, а фіскальна політика жорстка (BBC Ukrainian) 09/08/2004
  • Марчук: Україна залишається в Іраку (BBC Ukrainian) 09/08/2004
  • Кучма: на виборах революцій не буде. Український президент засудив 'любителів порозхитувати державний човен' перед виборами (BBC Ukrainian) 09/08/2004
  • Степан Гавриш: 'опозиція нагнітає і провокує'. На думку координатора парламентської більшості, опозиція хоче перемогти на виборах шляхом скандалів (BBC Ukrainian) 09/08/2004
  • Candid Putin offers praise and blame (Guardian) 09/08/2004
  • Victor Yushchenko’s central headquarters inform about the existence of the militia 'temniks' (Our Ukraine) 09/08/2004
  • Ukraine looks back to the USSR (BBC) 09/08/2004
  • Putin warms to Ukraine's ties with western Europe (EU Business) 09/08/2004
  • Ghosts haunt political solution. Putin will likely point to slaughter as proof he has strong mandate for violent crackdown (Newsday) 09/08/2004
  • Evening of surprises with a hospitable president [In the middle of the Beslan crisis, Vladimir Putin took time to welcome Western journalists to his Moscow residence.] (Belfast Telegraph) 09/08/2004
  • 45 OSCE monitors arrive in Ukraine, 600 more will come in late October (Interfax) 09/08/2004
  • Kuchma, Tefft discuss forthcoming elections in Ukraine and U.S. (Interfax) 09/08/2004
  • Cameraman jailed in Transnistria [Reporters Without Borders call on Russia, Ukraine, the EU, the OSCE and the Council of Europe to respond to an appeal from the Moldovan authorities to use their influence to secure Mija's release] (Reporters sans frontières) 09/08/2004
  • The Jewish World / Migration alters the Jewish map of Europe (Ha'aretz) 09/08/2004
  • Israeli women fight to bring checkpoint abuse to public eye (AFP/Yahoo) 09/08/2004
  • Ukraine to place $800 mln in Eurobonds in 2005 (Interfax) 09/08/2004
  • Tennis: US Open Flushing Meadows, New York (LTA) 09/08/2004
  • Дональд Рамсфельд: співчуття і солідарність Росії. У промові напередодні третьої річниці 11 вересня міністр говорить про спільні проблеми Москви і Вашінгтона (BBC Ukrainian) 09/08/2004
  • Кількість американських жертв в Іраку сягнула тисячі. Через півтора року від початку окупації Іраку сумні підсумки - загиблих тисяча, лише за останні три дні загинуло понад 10 американців (BBC Ukrainian) 09/08/2004
  • 1,003 military deaths (Daily Camera) 09/08/2004
  • A Daily Look at U.S. Iraq Military Deaths [As of Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1,003 members of the U.S. military have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq in March 2003] (AP/Yahoo) 09/08/2004
  • Bush says administration 'mourns' as toll passes 1,000 [Iraqi deaths exceed 10,000] (CBC News) 09/08/2004

  • U.S. Military Deaths in Iraq Conflict Pass 1000 Mark (Update1) [total reached 1,001 today, including 755 military personnel and three civilian Pentagon employees killed in battle; 860 of the military deaths, or 86 percent of the total, have occurred since President George W. Bush declared on May 1, 2003, that major combat had ended] (Bloomberg) 09/07/2004
  • Реакцiї киян на трагедiю в Бесланi (VOA) 09/07/2004
  • Американський урядовець критикує стан свободи слова в Українi (VOA) 09/07/2004
  • Galileo: EU proposes to negotiate on satellite navigation development [Ukrainian space industry is among the world’s leader in the design and production of launchers and GNSS components] (Public Technology) 09/07/2004
  • Ukraine to Cut Troops in Iraq by 200 (VOA) 09/07/2004
  • Belgium Confirms Seizure Of Ukrainian Plane In Commercial Row [cargo plane seized August 18] (AFP/Turkish Press) 09/07/2004
  • Рейтинги Януковича та Ющенка - новi данi (VOA) 09/07/2004
  • Побито керівника одного із кримських штабів Віктора Ющенка (Наша Україна) 09/07/2004
  • Romania, Ukraine lock horns over Black Sea rights (Reuters/AlertNet) 09/07/2004
  • Ukraine opposition turning to 'terrorism' - Kuchma (Reuters/AlertNet) 09/07/2004
  • Kyiv resents latest statements of Chisinau on Ukraine in context of Transdniestrian settlement (Interfax) 09/07/2004
  • Victor Yushchenko’s headquarters in Dnipropetrovsk mined (Our Ukraine) 09/07/2004
  • Victor Yushchenko’s campaign tents are being destroyed in Donetsk (Our Ukraine) 09/07/2004
  • Ukraine official 'sacked for exposing government fraud' [Oleksiy Donskiy held the rank of captain in the investigation branch of the Ukrainian Prosecutor's department in Kiev; Naftohaz Ukrayiny fraud case] (Independent) 09/07/2004
  • Sixth Session of Ukrainian Supreme Rada of Fourth Convocation Opened Today [through January 14, 2005] (UNIAN) 09/07/2004
  • OU, Ukraine partner [Ohio University will welcome three Kyiv faculty members each fall] (Athens News) 09/07/2004
  • Ukraine to return art, books seized in Germany (DPA/Expatica) 09/07/2004
  • Kuchma calls for peace and stability in Ukraine as election campaign heats up (Interfax) 09/07/2004
  • US official [U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State John Tefft] calls on Ukraine to ensure level playing field for all presidential candidates [United States does not support any particular candidate, but will work with any president elected in a free and fair vote by the Ukrainian people] (Interfax) 09/07/2004
  • Parliament forms commission to monitor presidential election law implementation (Interfax) 09/07/2004
  • Government to hold next 'stand-by' consultations with IMF on Sept 20, Azarov says (Interfax) 09/07/2004
  • Ukraine-2004 IMF Article IV Consultation, Preliminary Conclusions dated August 3, 2004 (IMF) 09/07/2004
  • Nearly Thousand Taxi Drivers Picketing Parliament [main demand is to wipe out from session's agenda the draft law stipulating cash registers in taxis and creation of taxi organizations] (UNIAN) 09/07/2004
  • Borys Tarasyuk: Joining the EU is not a passing political issue (Our Ukraine) 09/07/2004
  • EU plays down Bolkestein comments warning against Turkey's entry to bloc (Wanadoo) 09/07/2004
  • EU pushes Turkey on Kurdish rights ['Whoever allows Turkey in will also have to accept Ukraine and Belarus. Those countries are more European than Turkey': Dutch EU commissioner, Frits Bolkestein] (Guardian) 09/07/2004
  • CIS leaders to discuss in Astana school siege in Russia, Kuchma says (Interfax) 09/07/2004
  • Food Safe International Completes Agency Agreement with [Ukraine based company] Apollo Scientific (Primezone/Yahoo) 09/07/2004
  • Living the dream [Ukrainian orphan Luda Balan] (Hull Daily Mail) 09/07/2004
  • [Read the contents labels carefully in Russia] Who put roo in the kiev sausage? [Kangaroo meat will end up as Russian sausage] (The Australian) 09/07/2004
  • Russia and the Terror War [Russian authorities have admitted lying to the people about the Beslan atrocity, while the same rulers seek to turn the recognition of their prevarication into a virtue...Did not the Russian government of Joseph Stalin lie about the artificial famine created in Ukraine in the early 1930s, in which several million died...] (TCS) 09/07/2004
  • Ukrainians Commemorate Russian Hostage Victims (UNIAN) 09/07/2004
  • Security forces ‘bungled Beslan crisis’ [A Russian website said Kualayev's brother and three other men from his village had been among the attackers, and identified another militant as a Ukrainian named Anatoly Khodov.] (Glasgow Herald) 09/07/2004
  • Russia mourns for fallen hostages (AP/Hannibal Courier-post) 09/07/2004
  • Martha Boersch Leaves Senior Position at U.S. Attorney's Office to Join Jones Day in San Francisco [she secured the conviction of former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko] (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 09/07/2004
  • A Chernobyl Moment [unless Russian society demands a change in policy toward Chechnya, the prospects of change rest solely in the hands of Putin] (Transitions Online) 09/07/2004
  • Ukraine's Approaching Elections Discussed at DC Conference [TWG - Part I] FOTO/S (BRAMA) 09/07/2004
  • Ukraine-American Educational Exchange Closes with Distinguished Achievements and Promise (Chicago Kyiv Sister Cities program) FOTO/S (BRAMA) 09/07/2004
  • Dads 'pass on' radiation effects - Chernobyl study (BBC) 09/07/2004
  • New evidence of radiation risk in childhood leukaemia [Chernobyl study] (Medical News Today) 09/07/2004
  • Children of Chernobyl: Families in area host [Belarus] children in need of care for summer (Washington HeraldNet) 09/07/2004
  • Big Time for 'Manchurian' Actress [Vera Farmiga: daughter of Ukrainian emigres and who spoke English as a second language as a child, Farmiga grew up in the New Jersey suburb of Irvington] (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/07/2004
  • A Look at U.S. Military Deaths in Iraq [U.S. 996; U.K. 64; Ukraine 6; Since May 1, 2003, when President Bush declared that major combat operations in Iraq had ended, 838 U.S. soldiers have died] (AP/Yahoo) 09/07/2004
  • Fierce Clashes in Iraq Kill 34 People (AP/Yahoo) 09/07/2004
  • Suicide Bombing Kills 7 Marines in Iraq (AP/Yahoo) 09/07/2004
  • Ukraine to cut troops in Iraq by 200 - Kuchma (Reuters/AlertNet) 09/07/2004

  • Pin-Point Blasting [Troyeshchyna] (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/06/2004
  • Children Receive School Diaries with Photo of Candidate and UOC-MP Orthodox Leader (RISU) 09/06/2004
  • Roman Catholic Lviv Cardinal Honored Twice [Marian Jaworski of western Ukrainian Lviv received the Order of Prince Yaroslav the Wise, fifth rank, from Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma] (RISU) 09/06/2004
  • General-prosecution re-qualifies blasts at Kyiv market as terrorist act [originally hooliganism; terrorism punishable with lifetime imprisonment] (Interfax) 09/06/2004
  • Українська народна партiя вимагає справедливостi (VOA) 09/06/2004
  • Генпрокуратура про вибухи на Троєщинському ринку (VOA) 09/06/2004
  • Януковуч далi домiнує, вказує черговий монiторинг преси (VOA) 09/06/2004
  • Як працюватиме Верховна Рада напередодні виборів? Серед найнагальніших питань залишається ухвалення бюджету і політична реформа (BBC Ukrainian) 09/06/2004
  • An Attack On Mirages [report by Valeriy Portnikov arrived thirty minutes before the school (in Besplan, North Ossetia) was taken by storm] (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/06/2004
  • An Echo Of The Troyeshchyna Blast (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/06/2004
  • Extra Billions Derived From Privatization To Be Shared Under Justice Ministry’s Table (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/06/2004
  • Ukraine To Buy Out Turkmen Gas From Russia, and Fill the Odessa-Brody Pipeline By September 20 (Дзеркало Тижня) 09/06/2004
  • Turkish Naval Forces Commander Due To Ukraine [to mark the 150th anniversary of the Crimean War] (Turkish Press) 09/06/2004
  • Farmers Turned to MPs with Demand to Continue Moratorium on Agricultural Lands Till 2007 (UNIAN) 09/06/2004
  • Increase in immigrant students challenges Buncombe schools [While the immigrant students speak some 42 different languages, most are Hispanic, Moldovan or Ukrainian.] (North Carolina Citizen-Times) 09/06/2004
  • No Evidence For Tax Haven Involvement In Money Laundering In FinCEN Study [Eastern European countries homes for shell firms, including...Ukraine] (Investors Offshore) 09/06/2004
  • Home sweet Samovar [Inessa Polk has returned to Medford from the Ukraine after being deported Aug. 25, 2003] (Oregon Mail Tribune) 09/06/2004
  • Iraqi children undergoing rehabilitation course in Crimea (Interfax) 09/06/2004
  • Russia: World Reacts In Horror To Beslan Hostage Drama [338 people were killed during the three-day crisis -- half of them children. More than 400 people remain hospitalized and nearly 200 are still unaccounted for] (RFE/RL) 09/06/2004
  • On this day: 1991 – Soviet Union recognises the independence of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia; 1996 – Ukrainian archaeologists discover a 2nd-century Roman chapel on the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea; 2002 – Russian authorities discover a mass grave in the Russian republic of Chechnya, near the border of Ingushetia. Seven of the 15 dead were Chechen males who reportedly disappeared when Russian forces swept through their villages] (Sunday Times (Australia)) 09/06/2004
  • Nearly 700 OSCE observers to observe election in Ukraine (Interfax) 09/06/2004
  • OSCE/ODIHR establishes large-scale observation mission for Ukraine presidential election (OSCE) 09/06/2004
  • San Rafael man to monitor Ukraine voting (Marin Independent Journal) 09/06/2004
  • Stunned Russians Observe Day of Mourning [Beslan, South Ossetia] (Interfax) 09/06/2004
  • MFA not confirming Ukrainian nationality of Beslan terrorist (Interfax) 09/06/2004
  • Tragic end to hostage crisis in North Caucasus puts pressure on Putin administration (EurasiaNet) 09/06/2004
  • Ukraine to Give Russia Humanitarian Aid Due to Tragedy in Beslan (UNIAN) 09/06/2004
  • Two workers die in accidents in [Donetsk] Ukrainian coal mines last weekend [About 110 coal miners have died in accidents in Ukraine this year] (Interfax-Russia) 09/06/2004
  • Economic Indicators - Ukraine - Sept 6 (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/06/2004
  • UK jails over-alcohol-limit mate [Jackie Moon] (Maritime GlobalNet) 09/06/2004
  • JKX field drilling Continues in Ukraine (Oilvoice) 09/06/2004
  • Ukrainian stock market resumes trading oil major Ukrnafta (Interfax) 09/06/2004
  • Immigration officials: Wife, son must leave [story] (Altoona Mirror) 09/06/2004
  • Immigration officials: Wife, son must leave [cover story/photo: Olena Lear was told she and her son must leave the country by Dec. 27, and she is banned for 10 years] (Altoona Mirror) 09/06/2004
  • Family holds hope that trucker is alive [Ihor Chervonyuk] (Casper Star-Tribune) 09/06/2004
  • Petite Virginia Woman Sets Wing-Eating Record [Coming in second was a former champion, Oleg Zhornitiskiy, a native of the Ukraine, who ate four and a quarter pounds.][WOKR-TV 13 Rochester] (WOKR) 09/06/2004

  • Bubka hoping to scale heights - like dad (AP/Boston Globe) 09/05/2004
  • Op-ed: Ukraine's October vote (Wash Times) 09/05/2004
  • 67% of Russian-speaking Americans Closely Followed the Republican Convention Coverage, Press Release Group Study Shows [Russian-speaking voters, who traditionally supported Republicans, now favor Democrats. 52% of the respondents indicated that they would vote for Senator John Kerry, a dramatic change given that in March 2003 82% of Russian-speakers supported President George W. Bush] (PRWeb) 09/05/2004
  • A link to long-sought answers. Dog tag helps Parma man fill in blanks about his brother's 1944 crash (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 09/05/2004
  • Photo: The winner of the New Silk Road World Modeling contest, China's Li Zining (C), celebrates with first runner-up, Ukraine's Zhanna Havenko (L) Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejing province in eastern China, September 5, 2004. A total of 47 contestants from 29 countries participated in the final on Sunday (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/05/2004
  • Photo: Sergiy 'Sergei' Bubka, of the Ukraine, son of Olympic pole vault champion Sergei Bubka, hits a return to Scott Oudsema, of the United States, in their boy's singles match at the U. S. Open tennis tournament in New York, Sunday, Sept. 5, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 09/05/2004
  • Heavyweight boxing: When they were kings (Guardian) 09/05/2004
  • Romania Says Heavy Metal Spilled Into North River (Reuters) 09/05/2004

  • Requiem for Larissa [At the heart of the Requiem is his Taras Shevchenko setting, 'The Dream'] (Gramophone) 09/04/2004
  • How long will you live? What month were you born in? [the effect is much more pronounced in Ukraine, where a life-expectancy gap of more than two years was reported] (Globe and Mail) 09/04/2004
  • Jackie Moon's senior assistant set free, Foreign Ministry says (Interfax) 09/04/2004
  • 18-year-old Andrei Volokitin Ukraine champion (Chessbase) 09/04/2004
  • Ukraine to cut Iraq troop numbers (ABC-Australia) 09/04/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Andriy Shevchenko watches Denmark's Thomas Helveg head the ball during their World Cup 2006 European zone group two qualification soccer match in Copenhagen (Reuters) 09/04/2004
  • Photo: Thomas Gravesen of Denmark dribbles the ball between Oleg Gusev and Oleg Shelayev during their World Cup 2006 qualifying soccer match at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen (Reuters) 09/04/2004
  • Exclusive Interview with Vitali Klitschko: 'I want to be the linear champion!' (East Side Boxing) 09/04/2004
  • Ukraine hold Denmark in World Cup qualifier (Reuters) 09/04/2004
  • Denmark held by Husin header (UEFA) 09/04/2004
  • Yuschenko asking Kuchma to declare mourning in Ukraine for killed in North Ossetia (Interfax) 09/04/2004

  • Photo: Russia's Maria Koroteyeva and Ukraine's Olena Krasovska run the 100 meter hurdles women event at the Memorial Van Damme Golden League meeting in Brussels (AP/Yahoo) 09/03/2004
  • Not on the radar: No one at Vatican asks about Bush, Kerry ['I'm really surprised no one is asking,' said Ukrainian Bishop Basil H. Losten of Stamford, Conn.] (Catholic News) 09/03/2004
  • Бiльшiсть у виборчих комiсiях - люди Януковича, повiдомляє КВУ (VOA) 09/03/2004
  • Kuchma to remain influential figure after elections, but won't be premier, says Baziv (Interfax) 09/03/2004
  • Янукович - кандидат для пiдприємцiв, вважає Олександра Кужель (VOA) 09/03/2004
  • Teachers in Cross-Fire Over Latvia's School Reform (Reuters) 09/03/2004
  • State Department Awards Grants for Cultural Preservation [In Kiev, Ukraine, the Khaminets-Podilsky Archives will receive a leaf-casting machine to save historical documents badly damaged by a fire in 2003] (USDOS) 09/03/2004
  • Photo: Russia's Mariya Koroteyeva runs next to Ukraine's Olena Krasovska in the women's 100 metres hurdles race during the IAAF Golden League Belgian Grand Prix at the King Baudouin stadium in Brussels (Reuters) 09/03/2004
  • Athletics: Shaheen demolishes World Steeplechase record and Isinbayeva goes over 4.92 (IAAF) 09/03/2004
  • Open Season: The Ukrainian presidential campaign is less than two months away, but the current level of anti-Semitic rhetoric has already surpassed all past attempts to play “the Jewish card” in election campaigns. (Transitions Online) 09/03/2004
  • Russians Storm School; 150 May Be Dead (AP/Yahoo) 09/03/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Boukina Irina has her photo taken by a young girl during a photo call for Sunday's New Silk Road Modelling contest at a park in Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang Province in eastern China. A total of 47 contestants from 28 countries are taking part in the contest which will be held on September 5 (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/03/2004
  • Photo: Playtime? : Ukrainian boys play one with other as they walk on sea-front during sunset in Sevastopol, Crimea, near the main Russian naval base in Black Sea. (AFP/Yahoo) 09/03/2004
  • Spiraling Economic Insecurity Threatens Global Crisis: Report [In Ukraine, four out of every five people expect their income to be inadequate in old age.] (OneWorld) 09/03/2004
  • Turkish hostages found dead in Iraq (Independent) 09/03/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich (R) and his Iraqi counterpart Iyad Alawi speak at a joint news conference in Baghdad, September 2, 2004. Ukraine may withdraw troops from Iraq (news - web sites) after the Iraqi election due early next year, Yanukovich said on Thursday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/03/2004
  • Annual Picnic Celebrates American, Ukrainian Culture [Photos] (Newtown Bee) 09/03/2004
  • Juridically It Is Impossible to Prove that Russian Plane Tu-154 Was Brought Down by Ukrainian Missile During Training - GPO (UNIAN) 09/03/2004
  • Ukraine yet may show transparent election campaign, Wohlwend says [PACE] (Interfax) 09/03/2004
  • OSCE high commissioner pleased with equal status of all nationalities in Ukraine - MFA (Interfax) 09/03/2004
  • Yanukovych, US administration officials in Iraq discuss Ukraine's participation in Iraq post-war rebuilding (Interfax) 09/03/2004
  • Higher economic growth rates require monetary policy adjustment - NBU official (Interfax) 09/03/2004
  • NBU working to raise attractiveness of crediting in hryvnia (Interfax) 09/03/2004
  • Obit: Alexander Grando [Ukrainian physician founded and directed an internationally renowned museum of medical history; (b Mogilev-Podolsk, Ukraine, 1919; q Kiev Medical Institute 1941; MD), d 17 July 2004.] (BMJ) 09/03/2004
  • Man jailed after ship runs aground (Glasgow Evening Times) 09/03/2004
  • Drunken sailor in jail after crashing ship into rocks (Glasgow Daily Record) 09/03/2004
  • Helveg knows the danger [Shevchenko - Ukraine dangerman] (Sporting Life) 09/03/2004
  • Hoops must beware Shakhtar shakers (Glasgow Evening Times) 09/03/2004
  • Federal employees can now contribute to UNWLA via Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) charitable fundraiser (BRAMA) 09/03/2004
  • FIFA Futsal World Championship: Tension builds ahead of draw (FIFA) 09/03/2004
  • US promises support for Ukraine's cooperation with Iraqi government (Interfax) 09/03/2004
  • 'There's only one way this can end and that is in bloodshed' [Hostage crisis in Southern Ossetia] (Independent) 09/03/2004
  • Profile: Ukraine futsal (FIFA) 09/03/2004
  • Dozens killed as shootout ends Russian school siege [cameraman had seen up to 100 bodies in the gymnasium; Tass news agency said there were more than 400 wounded] (Reuters/Yahoo) 09/03/2004
  • On this day: 1993 – Ukraine agrees to give Russia its nuclear warheads and the Black Sea fleet in return for financial compensation, easing two main disputes between the former Soviet republics (Sunday Mail) 09/03/2004
  • World Leaders Spin the Olympic Medals (Globalist) 09/03/2004
  • Russian Forces Storm School; 7 Killed [five hostage-takers killed; 310 hostages — most of them children — wounded (five in grave condition); at least four of the dead were children] (AP/Yahoo) 09/03/2004

  • U.S. Paralympic Judo Team Prepares for Athens [The guys to watch...the Ukraine (Sergiy Sidorenko)] (Sports Features) 09/02/2004
  • Mission to deliver life-saving scanner to Ukraine (West Cumberland Times & Star) 09/02/2004
  • Ukraine interested in active cooperation with Iraq, Yanukovych says (Interfax) 09/02/2004
  • Poland wants Ukraine, Turkey in EU (Wash Times) 09/02/2004
  • Yanukovich: Ukraine may withdraw troops after Iraqi poll (San Diego Union-Tribune) 09/02/2004
  • Yushchenko On Top In Ukraine Election (CPOD) 09/02/2004
  • Derkach Says Turkey And Ukraine Aim To Increase Trade Volume To $2 Billion (Turkish Press) 09/02/2004
  • Польща критикує ЄС за його ставлення до України. Кваснєвський: політика Брюсселя щодо Києва не спрацьовує (BBC Ukrainian) 09/02/2004
  • Віктор Янукович з несподіваним візитом в Іраку. Мета - дослідити доцільність перебування українського контингенту і економічної співпраці (BBC Ukrainian) 09/02/2004
  • CLC president, board chief in Ukraine (Beacon News Sun) 09/02/2004
  • U.S. Recaps Commitment to Women in Europe, Eurasia [In Ukraine, funded seven women's trafficking prevention centers (TPC)] (USDOS) 09/02/2004
  • English translations of Ukrainian literature now available online (BRAMA) 09/02/2004
  • Yushchenko will demand withdrawing Ukrainian peacekeepers from Iraq at the beginning of the Verkhovna Rada fall session (Our Ukraine) 09/02/2004
  • Russian, Ukrainian transport ministers to discuss integration of transport systems (Interfax) 09/02/2004
  • Ukrainian police increasing security at important objects, crowded places, schools (Interfax) 09/02/2004
  • Visiting [Ukrainian] journalists suspect some are profiting from Chechnya war ['Someone in Russia needs this war'] (Decatur Daily) 09/02/2004
  • Romania's Senate calls on NATO and European Union to help stop construction of Ukrainian shipping channel in Danube Delta (AP/ENN) 09/02/2004
  • Ukraine interested in active cooperation with Iraq, Yanukovych says (Interfax) 09/02/2004
  • Yanukovych visiting Iraq (Interfax) 09/02/2004
  • Yanukovych Suddenly Left for Iraq, to Study Expediency of Ukrainian Presence (UNIAN) 09/02/2004
  • Poland's vision of EU [ Poland, fresh from joining the European Union four months ago, is going to campaign hard to bring Turkey - and then Ukraine - into the EU as partners of what President Aleksander Kwasniewski calls 'a pluralistic, open and new Europe.'] (IHT) 09/02/2004
  • GUUAM [Georgia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Moldova] Constituent Assembly to Be Held In Kiev (Baku Today) 09/02/2004
  • World leaders condemn hostage taking [400 people, including 132 children, at a school in southern Russia] (AFP/Sunday Times (Australia)) 09/02/2004
  • Grounded captain charged [40-year-old Ukrainian was arrested and held in custody overnight after the 82-metre Jackie Moon beached on the sand] (Glasgow Herald) 09/02/2004
  • Ukrainian captain with ship in law [shallow?] water arrested in Scotland (Interfax) 09/02/2004
  • Once seen as violent pogromists, Cossacks, still on horses, are revived (JTA) 09/02/2004
  • Ukrainians start life anew in Green Bay (Green Bay Press-Gazette) 09/02/2004
  • At 103, a visionary still looks to future [Herman Spertus, born in a time of czarist pogroms, grew up in a village near Kiev in Ukraine; became the world's largest producer of picture frames.] (Chicago Tribune) 09/02/2004
  • Historical footnote marks twinning ceremony for Austro-Hungarian border villages [Bereg County (much larger prior to the Trianon Treaty, when it included much of the territory now the other side of the border in Ukraine) held its assemblies here for 100 years...] (Budapest Sun) 09/02/2004
  • Risk of thyroid cancer rises with radiation dose, Chernobyl study (Medical News Today) 09/02/2004
  • How to waste a $15bn opportunity [George Bush and Tony Blair have a lot of money to spend on (HIV/AIDS) in the developing world - but don't expect them to take advice from the experts. By Peter Gill] (New Statesman) 09/02/2004
  • Monster fungus has mushroomed [Pawlo Kostiuk thought he was hallucinating when he saw a giant mushroom when he was out for a walk.] (Gloucestershire Echo) 09/02/2004
  • Victims laid to rest after Beersheba bombing [Tatiana Korchesko, 49, a mother of two, immigrated to Israel from Ukraine some five years ago. Korchesko was a doctor of biology but worked here as a cleaner for the Jewish Agency.] (Jerusalem Post) 09/02/2004
  • Cybercrime is not limited by boundaries [FBI informed that the most skilled hackers live probably in Ukraine and Russia.] (Computer Crime Research Center) 09/02/2004
  • Q-C adds Ukrainian hitman [Skorohod] (Quad-City Times) 09/02/2004
  • Rosita Lehman, 45 (Ha'aretz) 09/02/2004

  • Hockey: Exhibit Zooms In On Bolts (Tampa Tribune) 09/01/2004
  • Кому потрiбен екзит-пол - iнтерв`ю з Iриною Бекешкiною (VOA) 09/01/2004
  • Mauresmo through after nervy start [beat Ukraine's Julia Vakulenko 3-6 6-2 6-2 in the second round of the U.S. Open] (Sports Illustrated) 09/01/2004
  • Alexander Skorohod Joins Mallards for 2004-05. Ukrainian All-Star Defenseman Comes to Quad Cities (SportzDomain) 09/01/2004
  • Return of Image of Kazan Marked Progress in Relations With Orthodox Church (Zenit) 09/01/2004
  • Chernobyl Study Reveals First Direct Evidence That Risk of Thyroid Cancer Rises With Increasing Radiation Dose (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 09/01/2004
  • Russian internet [eBay] scam hits in Fort Bend (Fort Bend Herald-Coaster) 09/01/2004
  • Decades after first gathering in area, Lemko Rusyn reunions annual events (Pittsburgh Valley Independent) 09/01/2004
  • Photo: Julia Vakulenko of the Ukraine returns a shot against Amelie Mauresmo of France at the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York Wednesday Sept. 1, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 09/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Workers Case the First to be Reviewed by the Special Prosecutor’s Office [Trafficking] (OneWorld Southeast Europe) 09/01/2004
  • Coaster is left high and dry at Dunoon [six Ukrainian crew on board] (Glasgow Evening Times) 09/01/2004
  • Kherson Oblast State TV-Radio Company Refused to Broadcast Yushchenko's Political advertising (UNIAN) 09/01/2004
  • 67% of Ukrainian Citizens Believe that Presidential Campaign Is Carried Out Dishonestly - Poll (UNIAN) 09/01/2004
  • Sociologists Presented Draft Rolling Poll in Networks of Exit-Poll During Presidential Elections (UNIAN) 09/01/2004
  • Ukraine, Russia to jointly solve problems, Yanukovych says (Interfax) 09/01/2004
  • Presidential candidates start delivering pre-election speeches on radio and TV (Interfax) 09/01/2004
  • Kuchma stresses importance of missile fuel reprocessing for Ukraine [Nunn-Lugar program] (Interfax) 09/01/2004
  • Borys Tarasyuk told the participants of the European forum about what Ukraine would look like with president Yushchenko [Tarasyuk: '(Ukrainian) government...continues talking about European and Euro-Atlantic integration while, in reality, holding a course in the opposite direction – dragging Ukraine into the Eurasian space...'] (Our Ukraine) 09/01/2004
  • US Senator in Ukraine for Weapons Reduction Talks [from 8/31/04] (VOA) 09/01/2004
  • Russia supports Ukraine's construction of Danube Canal (EU Business) 09/01/2004
  • Poland Disappointed with 'Odesa-Brody' Reverse, But Still Hopes (UNIAN) 09/01/2004
  • Poland Puzzled with Pessimism of Ukrainian elite Relating Future European Integration - Ambassador (UNIAN) 09/01/2004
  • Front lines: Once off-limits, the Crimean peninsula is now open to visitors. John Thomson takes a stroll along Ukraine's Black Sea promenades and retraces the charge of the Light Brigade (Guardian) 09/01/2004
  • 5.7 million school pupils at their desks in Ukraine on September 1 (Interfax) 09/01/2004
  • Human Trafficking and Ukraine are the Subject of Upcoming Discussion in Chicago [from 8/2/04] (Chicago Sister Cities) 09/01/2004
  • Our Neighbors - The Ukrainians (Hurricane Charley) [Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 09/01/2004
  • Eurovision triggers Ukraine folk revival (BBC) 09/01/2004
  • У Москві вибух - 10 загиблих, десятки поранених. Вибух стався поблизу московського універмагу 'Крестовський' біля Ризького вокзалу (BBC Ukrainian) 09/01/2004
  • Website: Micro-art by Mykola (Nikolai) Syadristy (Website) 09/01/2004
  • An exhibition of micro-majesty [Nikolai Syadristy's microscopic artworks at the CNE are awe-inspiring sculptures crafted from fairyland materials] (Globe and Mail) 09/01/2004
  • Symphony concert to benefit CMN [Kiev Symphony Orchestra and Chorus] (Rapid City Journal) 09/01/2004
  • Old Russian Cars: Once More Around the Bloc [From 8/30/04] (NY Times) 09/01/2004
  • Milla Jovovich [bio: Milla Natasha Jovovich was born December 17, 1975, the daughter of Bogich Jovovich, a Yugoslavian doctor, and Golina Loganiva, a Soviet actress. Born in Kiev, Ukraine in what was then known as the USSR, she and her family left their financially-stable life to head to the US when she was just five years old.] (Hello) 09/01/2004
  • Poland and Ukraine are to submit a joint bid to stage Euro 2012 (Sporting Life) 09/01/2004
  • Chess: The young titans duel in Ukraine (ABS-CBN News) 09/01/2004
  • State Minister Tuzmen Opens Turkish Fashion Fair In Ukraine (Turkish Press) 09/01/2004
  • Pilot, flight engineer of crashed Tu-154 jet buried in Moscow [Itar-Tass - The first pilot, Mikhail Guryev, was buried Monday at a rural cemetery in the Odessa region, Ukraine. (Moscow) 09/01/2004
  • Kroes Energy announces first half results; second-half production to increase with well 187b (Canada NewsWire/Yahoo) 09/01/2004
  • Trans Max Technologies, Inc. Acquires Victor Vartovy & Co. - Odessa, Ukraine [from 8/31/04] (TMC) 09/01/2004
  • Москва: жертв поміж українських громадян немає. Посол України в Росії Микола Білоблоцький в інтерв'ю Бі-Бі-Сі (BBC Ukrainian) 09/01/2004
  • Сенатор Лугар: за виборами в Україні стежитиме світ . Чільний представник США каже, що майбутнє України - з НАТО і євроструктурами (BBC Ukrainian) 09/01/2004
  • Alcoholism in Ukraine (First Light Partners) 09/01/2004
  • Postcard from Nice, or un restaurant de Moscou avec une cuisine Ukrainienne FOTO/S (BRAMA) 09/01/2004
  • Deportation order affirmed in Nazi camp guard case [Theodor Szehinskyj, 80, of West Chester, Pa.] (Wash Times) 09/01/2004
  • European rights court shelves reparation claim by descendants of repatriated Poles for now [Pole argued that he had been insufficiently compensated for property left behind by his grandmother in what is now Ukraine when the Polish-Ukrainian borders were redefined in 1945] (EU Business) 09/01/2004
  • Fruit pickers thrown from truck; 11 Ukrainian workers injured, three women seriously injured, when a pickup truck carrying fruit pickers hit a tree, throwing several of them from the back of the vehicle. (BBC) 09/01/2004
  • Dirty tricks start early in Ukraine election (Financial Times) 09/01/2004
  • How to Counter WMD (Council on Foreign Relations) 09/01/2004
  • Kyiv market blasts resound in presidential campaign; media not playing fair in presidential campaign (RFE/RL) 09/01/2004
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