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  • Polls Close in Ukraine's Presidential Election (Politinfo) 10/31/2004
  • 70,000 ballots reprinted in Ukraine (UPI/Wash Times) 10/31/2004
  • VIDEO: Ukraine Polls Open In Bitter Campaign (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Leaders of DOS-Democratic Opposition of Serbia, that toppled Serbia's President Slobodan Milosevic, Vladan Batic, left,late premier Zoran Djindjic,center, and Vesna Pesic,right, display T-shirts received as gifts from the pro-opposition students' group called 'Otpor', (Resistance) in Belgrade, on Thursday Feb. 17 2000 file photo.'Otpor' led an uprising that toppled Slobodan Milosevic in 2000, and last year they played a major role in ousting another autocrat in Georgia. A group of youthful Serbs is offering advice on how to carry out peaceful revolutions, and their latest clients are people trying to shake off oppression in Ukraine and Belarus. (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko signs a book entitled 'Viktor Yushchenko. I Believe in Ukraine' for an unidentified supporter in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko addresses his supporters in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko addresses his supporters in front of an election poster showing him and his youngest son Taras in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • PM Yanukovych Leading Ukraine Election (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • PM Takes Early Lead in Ukraine Presidential Poll (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine's pro-Russian PM takes early lead in presidential poll count (AFP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Ukrainian Frontrunners for President Both Claim Early Leads (Bloomberg) 10/31/2004
  • Yanukovych Leading Ukraine Election (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine PM, opposition leader head for presidential runoff vote (AFP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Challenger takes lead in Ukraine vote (Reuters) 10/31/2004
  • Irregularities mar Ukraine polls (BBC News) 10/31/2004
  • Вечір дня виборів (BBC Ukrainian) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's election commission officials empty a ballot box at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Election commision officials empty a ballot-box at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian election commission official cuts unused ballots with a hack-saw at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians cheer as they watch a TV channel announcing results of exit polls at the headquarters of presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, in Kiev. Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich and liberal challenger Yushchenko took the top spots in a presidential election on Sunday and will take their debate over the country's future through to a run-off next month, exit polls said. Two polls, conducted by Ukrainian research institutes, put Western-leaning Yushchenko ahead of Yanukovich (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Poll: Yushchenko Leads Ukraine Election (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine PM, opposition leader head for presidential runoff vote (AFP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine opposition holds narrow lead in presidential vote: exit polls (AFP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine PM, Challenger to Meet in Run-Off Vote (Reuters) 10/31/2004
  • Two rivals heading for run-off in Ukraine election (Financial Times) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine's Former Prime Minister Leads in Vote, Exit Poll Shows (Bloomberg) 10/31/2004
  • Preliminary Results of Exit Polls: Yushchenko Leading (UNIAN) 10/31/2004
  • Yushchenko Received Some 51.1% of Votes - NGO's Exit-Poll (UNIAN) 10/31/2004
  • Yanukovych Received 43.5% of Votes, Yushchenko - 39.2% - Exit-Poll of 'Public Opinion' Fund (UNIAN) 10/31/2004
  • Yushchenko Received Some 45.23% of Votes, Yanukovych - Some 36.79% - Exit Poll of KIIS and Razumkov Center (UNIAN) 10/31/2004
  • Some 41.98% - for Yushchenko, Some - 40.11% - for Yanukovych - Exit-Poll of 'Sotcis' and 'Social Monitoring' (UNIAN) 10/31/2004
  • Оприлюднено попередні дані екзит-полів (BBC Ukrainian) 10/31/2004
  • Polls close in Ukraine election (BBC News) 10/31/2004
  • Serbs Offer Nonviolent Revolution Advice (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: An elderly couple cast their ballot papers while a child sits nearby, at their house in the village of Khotianivka near capital Kiev. Ukrainians began voting for a new president on Sunday in a tense contest set to determine whether the ex-Soviet state intensifies traditional links with Moscow or begins looking towards the West (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: A man casts his vote into the ballot box at his home in the village of Orany, some 140 km outside Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: An elderly Ukrainian woman, Paraska Mostovenko, casts her ballot at home in the village of Gvozdov, 60 km south of Kiev, Ukraine, during the presidental election. The Ukrainian vote is closely watched by the West as a sign of whether the former Soviet republic is commited to democracy (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian election commission official helps an elderly woman to vote at home in the village of Gvozdov, 60 km south of Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: A pregnant woman reading her ballot paper is seen through a curtain in a booth at a polling station organized at a maternity hospital in the Ukrainian capital Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: An elderly Ukrainian woman looks through her ballot paper at her house in the town of Boyarka near the capital Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's presidential candidate, Western-leaning liberal Viktor Yushchenko, greets supporters as he holds his son Taras after voting at a polling station in Kiev. Ukrainian voters start choosing a new president on Sunday, a tense contest to determine whether the ex-Soviet state intensifies traditional links with Moscow or begins looking towards the West (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's presidential candidate, Western-leaning liberal Viktor Yushchenko, answers journalists' questions as he holds his son Taras after voting at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian former Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko speaks to the media hoilding his youngest son Taras as his wife Katerina hugs daughter Khrystyna outside a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian former Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko speaks to the media hoilding his youngest son Taras as his wife Katerina hugs daughter Khrystyna outside a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian former Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko speaks to media at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's presidential candidate, liberal Viktor Yushchenko, answers journalists' questions after voting at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's presidential candidate, Western-leaning liberal Viktor Yushchenko, assisted by his daughter Sofia, casts his ballot paper at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian former Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko casts his ballot as his daughters Khrystyna and Sofia look on at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's presidential candidate, Western-leaning liberal Viktor Yushchenko, with his daughters Khrystyna, Sofia and Vitalina casts his ballot at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian former Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko poses with his ballot as his daughters Khrystina, Sofia and Vitalina look on at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian former Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko leaves a polling booth along with his daughter Khrystina at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's presidential candidate, Western-leaning liberal Viktor Yushchenko, leaves a booth at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Presidential regiment soldiers cast their ballot papers at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Soldiers of Ukraine's Presidential regiment cast their ballot papers at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian soldiers leave voting booths at a polling station in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: A soldier of Ukraine's presidential regiment looks through the ballot paper as his comrades wait their turn to receive ballots at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: A soldier of Ukraine's Presidential regiment leaves a booth as his comrades receive ballot papers at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Soldiers of Ukraine's Presidential regiment receive their ballot papers at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and pro-Moscow presidential hopeful Viktor Yanukovich smiles after voting at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and pro-Moscow presidential hopeful Viktor Yanukovich casts his ballot at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's Prime Minister and a presidential candidate, smiles as he casts his vote at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's Prime Minister and a presidential candidate, smiles as he prepares to vote at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's Prime Minister and a presidential candidate, leaves a voting cabin at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's Prime Minister and a presidential candidate, leaves the polling booth with his ballot to cast his vote for presidential elections at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and pro-Moscow presidential hopeful Viktor Yanukovich leaves a voting booth at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and pro-Moscow presidential hopeful Viktor Yanukovich receives his ballot paper at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's Prime Minister and a presidential candidate, signs his ballot paper as he prepares to vote in a presidential election at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Coal miners cast their ballot papers at a polling station organized at a mine in the town of Gorlivka (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: A coal miner leaves a booth to cast his ballot at a polling station organized at a mine in the town of Gorlivka, about 50 km from Donetsk (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian orthodox priest leaves a booth to cast his ballot at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian orthodox priest leaves a booth to cast his ballot at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian orthodox priests receive their ballot papers at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma signs an autograph in his book for a journalist after voting at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma answers journalists' questions after voting at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma casts his ballot at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: An elderly Ukrainian woman casts her ballot paper at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian woman casts her ballot paper at a polling station in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: An woman casts her vote in the Ukraine presidential election while media personnel look on at a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: An unidentified Ukrainian woman leaves a polling booth to cast her ballot at a polling station in Kiev. Ukrainians vote in a presidential election on Sunday, that is being viewed as a test of democracy in the ex-Soviet republic and an indicator of whether Ukraine will strengthen its historical links with neighboring Russia or push for closer integration with the West (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: Water cannons under netting stand outside the central election commission building in Kiev. Ukrainians cast ballots in a presidential election Sunday that has raised fears of post-election unrest in this ex-Soviet republic and the opposition complained of election violations just hours into the voting (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: APC and armoured vehicles armed with water cannons stand outside the central election commission building in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Photo: People read free newspapers with pre-election topics in downtown Lviv (AFP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Some 53.85% of Electors Cast Their Ballots in Ukraine as of 15.00 (UNIAN) 10/31/2004
  • Ющенко: виборець може захистити свій вибір (BBC Ukrainian) 10/31/2004
  • Янукович проголосував 'за майбутнє України' (BBC Ukrainian) 10/31/2004
  • Мороз: проведено тотальну підготовку до фальсифікацій (BBC News) 10/31/2004
  • Tymoshenko: Election's Outcome Likely to Become Catastrophe for Authorities and Symonenko (UNIAN) 10/31/2004
  • Голова парламенту засудив міліцію (BBC Ukrainian) 10/31/2004
  • У день виборів з низки облвиборчкомів виключено представників опозиції (Кореспондент) 10/31/2004
  • Tension marks Ukrainian election (BBC News) 10/31/2004
  • В Україні обирають президента (BBC Ukrainian) 10/31/2004
  • Ukrainian Voting to Be Closely Watched (AP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine votes in 'moment of truth' presidential election (AFP/Yahoo) 10/31/2004
  • Big turnout expected in Ukrainian poll (Reuters) 10/31/2004
  • Poll to Show if Ukraine Looks to Russia, the West (Reuters) 10/31/2004
  • Ukrainians set for tense election (Reuters) 10/31/2004
  • Ukrainians Go to Polls to Elect Successor to President Kuchma (Bloomberg) 10/31/2004
  • Nervous mood grips Ukraine on election day (CTV) 10/31/2004
  • Ukrainians Vote for New President in Tight Race (VOA News) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine's Crucial Election (Wash Post) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine ready to march away from the East (Sunday Times) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine poll marred by fraud and unrest (Independent) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine faces milestone election (Wash Times) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine Vote Lets Russia Flex Its Emerging Political Muscle (Wash Post) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine May Tip to the West or to the Past in Voting (LA Times) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine awaits presidency vote (BBC News) 10/31/2004
  • Ukraine's murky electioneering (BBC News) 10/31/2004
  • Concern over fairness of Ukrainian election (Scotland on Sunday) 10/31/2004
  • Ukrainian vote to put fairness to the test (St. Paul Pioneer Press) 10/31/2004
  • Ukrainian Protesters Say Authorities Staging Violence on Eve of Elections (RFE/RL) 10/31/2004
  • Влада готується до війни (Українська Правда) 10/31/2004
  • Комітет Виборців України про перебіг виборів (Громадське радіо) 10/31/2004
  • ЦВК заявляє, що Україна повністю готова до виборів (BBC Ukrainian) 10/31/2004
  • All Democracy is fragile (Macon Telegraph) 10/31/2004
  • Europe: adventures in neverland (Scotland on Sunday) 10/31/2004

  • Ukraine Elections: Letter from Academics (BRAMA) 10/30/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's key opposition figure and top presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko is seen with his family in his home village of Khoruzhivka in Ukraine's eastern Sumy region. Background left to right are son Andriy, daughter Vitalina, granddaughter Yaryna, daughter Sofia that he holds by the hand; foreground are wife Kateryna with youngest son Taras, daughter Khrystyna , mother Varvara (AP/Yahoo) 10/30/2004
  • Photo: A boy straightens a poster of oppositon leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko in Horuzhivka, Yushchenko's native village (AFP/Yahoo) 10/30/2004
  • Photo: A worker assembles ballot boxes in a polling station in Horuzhivka, opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko's native village, 285 km from Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 10/30/2004
  • День народження країни (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/30/2004
  • Europe's real test: Ukrainians choose between the future and their past (The Times) 10/30/2004
  • Ukraine vote a threat to West (Toronto Sun) 10/30/2004
  • Ukrainians Vote for President Amid Fears (AP/Yahoo) 10/30/2004
  • Ukraine steps up security as presidential vote goes to the wire (AFP/Yahoo) 10/30/2004
  • Ukraine poll decides Russian or Western orientation (Reuters/AlertNet) 10/30/2004
  • Ukraine to choose Russia or the West in tense poll (Reuters/AlertNet) 10/30/2004
  • Ukraine Gears Up for Tense Election (Deutsche Welle) 10/30/2004
  • Is Ukraine facing a massive uprising? (Globe and Mail) 10/30/2004
  • Accusations fly in Ukraine (Toronto Star) 10/30/2004
  • Fears of violence as Ukraine heads for polls (Financial Times) 10/30/2004
  • Intense Campaign Down To the Wire in Ukraine (Wash Post) 10/30/2004
  • US threatens to step in if Ukraine election is rigged (The Times) 10/30/2004
  • US threat increases tension in Ukraine poll (Guardian) 10/30/2004
  • Джон Хербст: «Ми хочемо, щоб наступний президент України був обраний українським народом, а не впливовими і багатими людьми» (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/30/2004
  • Про національну гордість малоросів (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/30/2004
  • EU parlaiment warns Ukraine (UPI/Wash Times) 10/30/2004
  • Dirty tactics rampant in Ukrainian election, observer reports (Edmonton Journal) 10/30/2004
  • Voters in Ukraine will choose direction (IH Tribune) 10/30/2004
  • Ukrainians Prepare to Elect New President (VOA News) 10/30/2004
  • The Last Data Before the Elections: Yushchenko’s gained 4% more and lost 8% at the same time (Ukrayinska Pravda) 10/30/2004
  • Ліна Костенко: «Я просто люблю свободу» (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/30/2004
  • Чи витримає Україна новий 25-річний трагічний цикл? (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/30/2004
  • Ukraine Steps Up Security on Eve of Election (RFE/RL) 10/30/2004
  • The Power of the People coalition’s appeal to Ukrainian citizens (Ukrayinska Pravda) 10/30/2004
  • Наше діло (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/30/2004
  • Микола Вересень: «Хто ж, якщо не ми, кого ж, якщо не їх» (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/30/2004
  • Concerto for surgical instruments (Sydney Morning Herald) 10/30/2004
  • Dazzling dancers from Ukraine preserve glitzy style of Soviet era (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 10/30/2004
  • I was a brain-eating zombie… (Daily Telegraph) 10/30/2004

  • The empire sneaks back (IH Tribune) 10/29/2004
  • Ukraine’s Choice: Russia, or the West (National Review) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko speaks during a pre-elections rally in Nedrigaylivka. The presidential election in Ukraine will take place on 31 October. A victory by Yushchenko could initiate the transformation of Ukraine from a bridge between Moscow and the West into a member of the European Union -- shifting liberal Europe's center of gravity closer to Russia's border (AFP/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: Young Ukrainians shout slogans as they take part in a rally in support of main opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian students, supporters of Ukrainian opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, hold a ribbon reading 'I am for Yanukovich!' before burning it during a spontaneous rally in downtown Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: Members of the Ukrainian youth opposition 'Pora' movement shout slogans during a meeting outside the Interior Ministry office in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: An elderly woman begs as supporters of Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich march along the main street in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians carry white and blue banners during a rally in support of Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: People take free documents about Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko in the downtown of Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko answers journalists' questions during his news conference in Kiev. Polls suggest that the two leading candidates, liberal standard-bearer Yushchenko and pro-Moscow presidential hopeful Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, are neck and neck, with the opposition saying the authorities are running a dirty tricks campaign to give Yanukovich an unfair advantage, just days before a tense vote seen as a choice between closer ties with Russia or the West (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, leader of the Ukrainian opposition and one of the main presidential candidates, gestures during a press conference in Kiev two days before presidential elections in Ukraine (AFP/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko answers journalists' questions during his news conference in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushenko gestures during a news conference in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko gestures during a news conference in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Ukraine challenger predicts mass cheating in vote (Reuters/AlertNet) 10/29/2004
  • Яку Україну бачить Віктор Ющенко (BBC Ukrainian) 10/29/2004
  • Ukraine to Join EU, NATO within Five Years: Yushchenko (AFP/Defense News) 10/29/2004
  • Останні дані перед виборами: у Ющенка плюс 6%. І одночасно мінус 8% (Українська Правда) 10/29/2004
  • U.S. Warns Ukraine About Elections (AP/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • US to Re-examine Relations with Ukraine if Election Flawed (VOA News) 10/29/2004
  • US Says Ukraine Can Still Salvage a Free and Fair Election (VOA News) 10/29/2004
  • U.S. Senator Expresses Concern About Ukraine Election (VOA News) 10/29/2004
  • Ukraine can ill afford an unfair election (Financial Times) 10/29/2004
  • A Washington Perspective (Moscow Times) 10/29/2004
  • Presidential Ballot Crucial to Ukraine’s Democracy (VOA News) 10/29/2004
  • Ukraine votes for new leader as Russia and the West watch anxiously (AFP/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Ukraine votes for new leader under nervous eye of Russia, West (AFP/EU Business) 10/29/2004
  • Ukraine's presidential election a boiling cauldron (CP/Edmonton Journal) 10/29/2004
  • To Which Viktor the Spoils? (Tiscali) 10/29/2004
  • Putin enters Ukrainian election row by attending army parade (Independent) 10/29/2004
  • Putin has an eye on the future as he looks back on Soviet glory victory (Daily Telegraph) 10/29/2004
  • Pre-election parade in Kiev a chilling symbol? (Globe and Mail) 10/29/2004
  • Fear and Politics at Kiev War Parade (Moscow Times) 10/29/2004
  • Farewell, Ukraine (MosNews) 10/29/2004
  • Major Presidential Candidates All But Ignore Media Issues in Their Manifestos (RFE/RL) 10/29/2004
  • Ukrainian President Lashes Out at Opposition (RFE/RL) 10/29/2004
  • Л.Кучма радить незадоволеним журналістам звільнятися (BBC Ukrainian) 10/29/2004
  • Seven leading journalists leave Ukraine's 1+1 television (Interfax-Russia) 10/29/2004
  • Journalists of mainstream TV channels protest media harassment (Public Radio) 10/29/2004
  • An open letter by Oksana Zabuzhko (Globe and Mail) 10/29/2004
  • Letter: The Ukraine election (IH Tribune) 10/29/2004
  • Letter: Future is brighter for Ukraine under Yushchenko (Financial Times) 10/29/2004
  • КВУ: виборча кампанія не відбувалася чесно (BBC Ukrainian) 10/29/2004
  • Supreme Court annuls CEC decision to set up 41 extra polling stations in Russia (Public Radio) 10/29/2004
  • Pre-poll spending seen fuelling Ukraine inflation (Reuters) 10/29/2004
  • Currency crisis adds twist to Ukraine poll (Financial Times) 10/29/2004
  • Businesses Bet on Ukraine's Future (Moscow Times) 10/29/2004
  • Kiev hits out at Commission over delay (EU Observer) 10/29/2004
  • All By Itself (Transitions Online) 10/29/2004
  • Vatican hesitant on Turkey's bid for EU membership (Catholic World News) 10/29/2004
  • Kung Pao Taiwan: Powell’s remarks in Taiwan are Asia’s 'Chicken Kiev' (National Review) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Interior Ministry officer Mykola Hrytsak shows the new passport of Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich during a presentation ceremony in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • 28 Identity Theft Suspects Arrested in Transatlantic Sting (Wash Post) 10/29/2004
  • Ліна Костенко. Голос за Ющенка, який має величезну вагу (Україна молода) 10/29/2004
  • Іван Дзюба: Хочу жити в Україні, а не в путінському «пространствє» (Україна молода) 10/29/2004
  • L'Incoronazione di Poppea, Barbican, London (Independent) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yanukovich, Prime Minister of Ukraine and candidate to the presidential post, stands in front of icons in an Orthodox church in Kiev two days before the elections (AFP/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich lights a candle during his visit to an orthodox church in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Yushchenko Promises Equal Rights for All Churches in Ukraine (RISU) 10/29/2004
  • Greek Catholic Head Not Included in List of Voters (RISU) 10/29/2004
  • Program for the Niagara Falls Internment Camp Plaque Unveiling (UCCLA) 10/29/2004
  • Oksana on road to recovery (Calgary Sun) 10/29/2004

  • Putin's unchallenged imperialism moves to Ukraine (CS Monitor) 10/28/2004
  • Ukraine braces for tense election (CS Monitor) 10/28/2004
  • Tension High as Election Nears (RFE/RL) 10/28/2004
  • The Dirtiest Elections Yet (Transitions Online) 10/28/2004
  • Dirty tricks mar Ukraine election (BBC News) 10/28/2004
  • Q&A: Ukraine's election (BBC News) 10/28/2004
  • Ukraine Election Seen As Test of Democracy (AP/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Where the cold war never died (Guardian) 10/28/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich answers journalists' questions during his news conference in Kiev. Ukraine's pro-Moscow presidential hopeful Yanukovich and liberal standard-bearer Viktor Yushchenko run neck and neck amid a presidential campaign marked by mutual charges of dirty trick, just days before a tense vote seen as a choice between closer ties with Russia or the West (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's Prime Minister and a top presidential candidate, gestures as he answers media questions at his news conference in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's Prime Minister and a top presidential candidate, answers media questions at his news conference in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich answers journalists' questions during his news conference in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Ukraine PM vows to cede powers to regions if elected president (AFX/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Створення 41 дільниці в Росії скасовано (BBC Ukrainian) 10/28/2004
  • EU Warns That Free Elections Are Key to Closer Ties (RFE/RL) 10/28/2004
  • EU urges Ukrainian regime to stop violations of human rights (Public Radio) 10/28/2004
  • В Українi фiксуються масовi порушення прав людини (VOA News) 10/28/2004
  • Photo: A man walks along the canon of a tank in front of the Motherland monument and WW II museum in Kiev during festivities marking the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Ukraine from the Nazi occupation (AFP/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin smiles as he along with his Ukrainian counterpart Leonid Kuchma, and Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych, attend the military parade in Kiev. Soviet style pomp and politics marked the anniversary of the liberation of Ukraine from Nazi Germany 60 years ago, as the country entered the closing stages of the heated campaigning for this weekend's presidential vote (AP/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich review a military parade in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Photo: A soldier sitting atop a WWII T-34 tank holds the Victory Banner, which the Soviet Army hoisted above the Reichstag in 1945, during a military parade in the Ukrainian capital Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Photo: Soviet WWII vintage Tu-34 tank with soldiers dressed as Red Army mechanized infantry on it drive during the military parade at the main street in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian women dressed as Red Army medical officers and hospital attendants march during the military parade at the main street in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian troopers march along the main Khreshchatyk street during a military parade in the capital Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian cadets march along the main Khreshchatyk street during a military parade in the capital Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma pose with World War Two veterans in central Kiev. Kuchma issued a veiled warning to the ex-Soviet state's liberal opposition to avoid violence in a weekend election to choose his successor (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Military Parade Steals Focus in Tense Ukraine Poll (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/28/2004
  • Ukraine parade marks liberation (BBC News) 10/28/2004
  • Ukraine opposition upset by Putin's timely visit (Financial Times) 10/28/2004
  • Putin's Campaign Has Kiev on Edge (Moscow Times) 10/28/2004
  • АнтиЮщенківський лист розіслав... підлеглий Лужкова. Він же... міжнародний спостерігач від СНД (Українська Правда) 10/28/2004
  • Zhirinovsky hopes for Yanukovych's victory in Ukrainian vote (Interfax-Russia) 10/28/2004
  • Yushchenko Went From Central Bank to Politics (Moscow Times) 10/28/2004
  • Yanukovych a Product of Donetsk Coal Region (Moscow Times) 10/28/2004
  • Хто ввійде в новий уряд за президентства Ющенка і Януковича (Кореспондент) 10/28/2004
  • Candidates Spent Nearly Billion of Dollars on Election Campaign - Freedom of Choice Coalition (UNIAN) 10/28/2004
  • Ukraine Voters Must Choose Either Pro-Western or Pro-Russian Candidate (CNS News) 10/28/2004
  • Letter: Ukraine already thriving under Yanukovich (Financial Times) 10/28/2004
  • Journalists of Inter, ICTV, Novy Kanal and TNT Issued Statement Against Censorship on TV (UNIAN) 10/28/2004
  • Тележурналісти протестують проти утисків (BBC Ukrainian) 10/28/2004
  • Hunger Strike at Channel 5 (Moscow Times) 10/28/2004
  • Internet increasingly the target of government repression (Reporters sans frontières) 10/28/2004
  • Ukraine gets failing grade on freedom of expression (Public Radio) 10/28/2004
  • Reporters on the Job (CS Monitor) 10/28/2004
  • Голосують українці Німеччини (Deutsche Welle) 10/28/2004
  • Iraq militants seize Polish woman (BBC News) 10/28/2004
  • Ukrainian Contingent in Iraq Came Under Fire (UNIAN) 10/28/2004
  • Journalists Killed in Iraq (Reuters) 10/28/2004
  • Quake-weary Romania counts damage, says no injuries (Reuters/AlertNet) 10/28/2004
  • Polish ex-spy chief says Russia flexes oil muscle (Reuters) 10/28/2004
  • Pregnant ballerina Dvorovenko to take maternity leave, miss national tour (AP/Newsday) 10/28/2004
  • Icon Diplomacy (AP/ABC) 10/28/2004
  • Film documents Ukrainian story: Journey of Hope tells of the growth of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in Alberta (Western Catholic Reporter) 10/28/2004

  • Ukraine's Big Decision (CS Monitor) 10/27/2004
  • A testing time for democracy (Guardian) 10/27/2004
  • Ukrainian campaign tainted by violence (Daily Telegraph) 10/27/2004
  • Ukrainian Candidate Vows to Protest Any Voting Fraud (Bloomberg) 10/27/2004
  • Дипломати ЄС вимагають покласти край порушенням (BBC Ukrainian) 10/27/2004
  • Analysis: A Game Without Rules (RFE/RL) 10/27/2004
  • Press Freedom in Ukraine (the following is an editorial reflecting the views of the United States Government) (VOA News) 10/27/2004
  • RFE/RL Supports Ukraine TV Journalists on Hunger Strike (RFE/RL) 10/27/2004
  • Ukraine journalists go on hunger strike (ABC-Australia) 10/27/2004
  • Ukraine Election Called 'Battle Between Democracy and Authoritarianism' (VOA News) 10/27/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Leonid Kuchma take part in a wreath laying ceremony at the Unknown Soldier's tomb in the Ukrainian capital Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/27/2004
  • Photo: Presidents Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus, Vladimir Putin of Russia, Leonid Kuchma of Ukraine, and Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan take part in a wreath laying ceremony at the Unknown Soldier's Tomb in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/27/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin, Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych and President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko hold flowers as they take part in wreath laying ceremony to mark 60th anniversary of Ukraine's liberation in WWII (AP/Yahoo) 10/27/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich observe a moment of silence during a ceremony at the Unknown Soldier's Tomb in the Ukrainian capital Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/27/2004
  • Photo: Presidents Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus, Vladimir Putin of Russia, Leonid Kuchma of Ukraine, and Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan take part in a wreath laying ceremony at the Unknown Soldier's Tomb in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/27/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma toasts champagne with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin during their meeting at the Presidential palace in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/27/2004
  • Photo: President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin speaks to President of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma during their talks one-to-one at Mariinsky palace in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 10/27/2004
  • Армія, парад, Путін і розчарування влади (BBC Ukrainian) 10/27/2004
  • Russia's support for Yanukovych may backfire (ISN) 10/27/2004
  • Ex-Soviet states still in Russia's shadow (Guardian) 10/27/2004
  • Russian President Stops Short of Openly Endorsing Yanukovych During Visit (RFE/RL) 10/27/2004
  • Backing favorites abroad, Putin raises eyebrows at home (AFP/Yahoo) 10/27/2004
  • Putin's Kiev visit 'timed to influence Ukraine poll' (Guardian) 10/27/2004
  • Putin wades into Ukrainian election (Globe and Mail) 10/27/2004
  • Putin Goes on Stump in Ukraine (Moscow Times) 10/27/2004
  • Putin answers questions on Ukrainian TV (BBC News) 10/27/2004
  • Russia's Interference in Ukraine Is in Vain (Moscow Times) 10/27/2004
  • A Moscow Perspective on Ukraine's Election (Moscow Times) 10/27/2004
  • Фантомні болі демократії (Львівська газета) 10/27/2004
  • PACE to Observe Presidential Election in Ukraine (UNIAN) 10/27/2004
  • Звіт ОБСЄ: Влада на місцях підтримує Януковича, у ЗМІ немає об’єктивної інформації про всіх кандидатів (Кореспондент) 10/27/2004
  • Янукович не зможе перемогти у першому турі, вважають соцiологи (VOA News) 10/27/2004
  • The Campaign in Ukraine: If you think the U.S. election is nasty, take a look at this one (Slate) 10/27/2004
  • Україна опустилась у рейтингу «Репортерів без кордонів» на шість позицій (Deutsche Welle) 10/27/2004
  • Kerry Campaign: Bush-Cheney Ad Fact Check (USNewswire) 10/27/2004
  • Iraq to be early problem for White House winner (AFP/Yahoo) 10/27/2004
  • Strong Earthquake Shakes Romania (AP/Yahoo) 10/27/2004
  • Кардинала Гузара не виявилося в списку виборців (BBC Ukrainian) 10/27/2004
  • Скуратівський: я переляканий тим, що робиться довкола (BBC Ukrainian) 10/27/2004
  • Юрій Андрухович: «Ситуація в Україні нагадує 1968 рік в Німеччині» (Deutsche Welle) 10/27/2004
  • Ukrainian troupe to kick up excitement with spirited dances (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 10/27/2004
  • Fashion fund-raiser for scholarships (Sun-Herald) 10/27/2004

  • Former banker steeled for Ukraine elections (Financial Times) 10/26/2004
  • Tensions rise as Ukraine poll nears (The Times) 10/26/2004
  • Голос Америки провiв круглий стiл на тему виборiв в Українi (VOA News) 10/26/2004
  • Photo: A group of journalists from Ukraine's Channel 5 continues their hunger strike as they protest against the authorities at their office in Kiev. The journalists launched their hunger strike on Monday and accused the government of exerting pressure on the station ahead of the country's October 31 presidential election (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/26/2004
  • Photo: A group of journalists from Ukraine's Channel 5 continues their hunger strike as they protest against the authorities at their office in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/26/2004
  • Глава Єврокомісії: Ситуація навколо '5-го каналу' не на користь європейським прагненням України (Кореспондент) 10/26/2004
  • TV station journalists go on hunger strike over threatened withdrawal of licence (Reporters sans frontières) 10/26/2004
  • TV 5 Kanal On Hunger Strike (UNIAN) 10/26/2004
  • Analysis: Putin and the Liberation of Ukraine from Nazism (RFE/RL) 10/26/2004
  • Янукович заплутався в шнурках маріонетки? (Українська Правда) 10/26/2004
  • Russia's Putin Lauds Ukraine PM in TV Appearance (Reuters) 10/26/2004
  • Russia's Putin in Ukraine ahead of decisive presidential vote (AFP/Yahoo) 10/26/2004
  • Putin Travels to Ukraine to Praise PM (AP/Yahoo) 10/26/2004
  • Putin praises Ukraine's leader (BBC News) 10/26/2004
  • Putin, in Ukraine, Praises Government Days Before Election (RFE/RL) 10/26/2004
  • Russian President Begins Three-Day Visit to Ukraine, Just Days Ahead of Crucial Election (RFE/RL) 10/26/2004
  • Putin to begin controversial pre-election trip to Ukraine with unusual live TV appearance (AP/Kyiv Post) 10/26/2004
  • Putin to Appear Live on Ukrainian TV (Moscow Times) 10/26/2004
  • Події під ЦВК 23 жовтня очима свідків (Громадське радіо) 10/26/2004
  • Сутички біля ЦВК: влада і опозиція звинувачують одна одну (BBC Ukrainian) 10/26/2004
  • The Game with No Rule Book [scroll down] (RFE/RL) 10/26/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian presidential candidate and Socialist party leader Oleksander Moroz delivers his speech during a rally outside the Cabinet of Ministers in Kiev. Ukraine's Socialist Party members staged a meeting in support of Moroz and protested against rising of prices, ahead of the country's October 31 presidential election (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/26/2004
  • Мороз: Кучма хоче висунутися сам (BBC Ukrainian) 10/26/2004
  • Машину депутата Бондаренка залили палаючим бензином (BBC Ukrainian) 10/26/2004
  • Yanukovych's Press-Service Does Not Accredit UNIAN Journalists (UNIAN) 10/26/2004
  • Ukrainian TV Channel Journalists Go on Hunger Strike; Opposition Campaigner Attacked with Inflammable Liquid; Youth Group Announces Week of Protests; Russian President to Visit Ukraine [scroll down] (RFE/RL) 10/26/2004
  • Opposition Activists Harassed and Arbitrarily Arrested (Amnesty International) 10/26/2004
  • Ukrainians Prepare to Elect a New President (PolitInfo) 10/26/2004
  • The other crazy election (Tufts Daily) 10/26/2004
  • 10,000 Join Student Opposition Protest in Lviv (VOA News) 10/26/2004
  • Виборчі дільниці за кордоном (Львівська газета) 10/26/2004
  • Ukraine Occupies 138th Place in Worldwide Press Freedom Index (UNIAN) 10/26/2004
  • East Asia and Middle East have worst press freedom records (Reporters sans frontières) 10/26/2004
  • Too early for Ukraine to enter EU - Yanukovych (Interfax) 10/26/2004
  • Next US president to inherit a legacy of mistrust and fear (Guardian) 10/26/2004
  • Invisible poison lies forgotten in Chernobyl-polluted Belarus (AFP/Yahoo) 10/26/2004
  • Queen's University professor was an authority on Siberian and Ukrainian history (Globe and Mail) 10/26/2004
  • Classical CDs. Silvestrov: 'Silent Songs' (Newark Star-Ledger) 10/26/2004
  • Ukrainian dance company leaps onto ECU stage (East Carolinian) 10/26/2004
  • War and peace (Daily Telegraph) 10/26/2004
  • SA, Ukraine now linked (South African Star) 10/26/2004
  • Actor friends go 'Long Way' (USA Today) 10/26/2004
  • In King Ralph we trust (Edmonton Sun) 10/26/2004
  • Bruised but unbowed into the Valley of Death (The Times) 10/26/2004

  • Putin's Unchallenged Imperialism (Wash Post) 10/25/2004
  • U.S. relations with Ukraine hinge on Sunday's down-and-dirty presidential vote (Knight Ridder) 10/25/2004
  • In the spotlight: Viktor Yushchenko (Financial Times) 10/25/2004
  • Stakes as GREAT as a human life? (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/25/2004
  • Ukraine votes for new leader under nervous eye of Russia, West (AFP/EU Business) 10/25/2004
  • Huge Kyiv Rally Highlights Unease Ahead of Ukraine Vote (RFE/RL) 10/25/2004
  • Police held after Kiev rally attack (Financial Times) 10/25/2004
  • An important election looms in Ukraine (Modesto Bee) 10/25/2004
  • Держдепартамент США, Джон Керрi про ситуацiю в Українi (VOA News) 10/25/2004
  • Publisher of Business Weekly Arrested in Kyiv (UNIAN) 10/25/2004
  • The Last Inch (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/25/2004
  • Україна перед виборами: інтерв'ю з главою місії спостерігачів ОБСЄ (Deutsche Welle) 10/25/2004
  • Opposition activists arbitrarily detained (Amnesty International) 10/25/2004
  • Sergey Kivalov: 'I Will Not Consider Declaring the Election Invalid, Even in Theory' (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/25/2004
  • Без маневру (Грані-плюс) 10/25/2004
  • Мельниченко опублікував розшифровку розмови Кучми і Януковича у впливовій російській газеті (Кореспондент) 10/25/2004
  • Ukrainian President Cancels Foreign Trip as Poll Tensions Rise (RFE/RL) 10/25/2004
  • EU delays agreements with neighbouring countries (EU Observer) 10/25/2004
  • EU split over future asylum policy (Reuters) 10/25/2004
  • Dozens of Iraqi Soldiers Found Slain (LA Times) 10/25/2004
  • Sex on the auction block: 2 new books detail the sale of women and children into slavery as prostitutes (Detroit FreeP) 10/25/2004
  • Yuschenko is against passing 2005 budget before presidential election (Interfax) 10/25/2004
  • In the Heat of Passion (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/25/2004
  • 'Сьогодні мовчати – національна зрада!' Розмова з Оксаною Забужко (Львівська газета) 10/25/2004
  • Ukraine’s Parliament Rejects Bills on Permanent Land Use for Religious Organizations (RISU) 10/25/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian naval officers carry British and Ukrainian flags, during a service at the memorial for those who lost their lives in The Battle of Balaclava, on the 150th anniversary of The Charge of The Light Brigade (AP/Yahoo) 10/25/2004
  • Photo: Britain's Prince Philip is saluted by a Ukrainian sailor attends a memorial service for those who lost their lives in The Battle of Balaclava, on the 150th anniversary of The Charge of The Light Brigade, at Balaclava, in the Crimea, Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 10/25/2004
  • Photo: Riders participate in a re-enactment of the Crimean War's 'Charge of the Light Brigade' as they ride through what is known in British history as the 'Valley of Death' in the Crimea, Ukraine. The Charge of the Light Brigade was an unmitigated disaster for the British Army. Badly-phrased orders led about 670 cavalry into a hail of Russian bullets and cannon, killing the majority of them. Monday is the 150th anniversary of the infamous Charge (AP/Yahoo) 10/25/2004
  • Photo: Riders participate in a re-enactment of the Crimean War's 'Charge of the Light Brigade' as they ride through what is known in British history as the 'Valley of Death' in the Crimea, Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 10/25/2004
  • Photo: Riders participate in a re-enactment of the Crimean War's 'Charge of the Light Brigade' as they ride through what is known in British history as the 'Valley of Death' in the Crimea (AP/Yahoo) 10/25/2004
  • Brigade bugle echoes over 'Valley of Death' (BBC News) 10/25/2004
  • Charge of Light Brigade remembered (AP/CNN) 10/25/2004
  • Light Brigade battle remembered (BBC News) 10/25/2004
  • У Криму відтворено атаку 'Легкої Бригади' (BBC Ukrainian) 10/25/2004
  • Heroism of the Light Brigade still shines (Daily Telegraph) 10/25/2004
  • Pride may have doomed Light Brigade (Guardian) 10/25/2004
  • Albertans repeat welcome for Ukrainian girl seeking heart surgery (CBC) 10/25/2004
  • Big day for heart girl (Calgary Sun) 10/25/2004
  • Public purse opening up (Edmonton Sun) 10/25/2004

  • Photo: Two Ukrainian demonstrators shout slogans in support of Ukraine's opposition Fifth TV Channel during a rally in the centre of Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/24/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian journalists sweep Kiev's main street during a demonstration in support of the embattled opposition Fifth TV Channel, in the centre of Kiev. About 200 journalists marched to defend press freedoms ahead of October 31 presidential elections, saying authorities were trying to deny them the chance to work (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/24/2004
  • Акція на захист свободи слова та '5 каналу' (BBC Ukrainian) 10/24/2004
  • Another Head to Head: A presidential race again pits Russia against the West (Newsweek) 10/24/2004
  • Kyiv authorities deny banning rallies (Interfax) 10/24/2004
  • Kyiv Mayor to Ban Opposition Rallies (RFE/RL) 10/24/2004
  • Побиття людей під ЦВК - у нападників виявлено міліцейські посвідчення (BBC Ukrainian) 10/24/2004
  • Що відбулося під ЦВК? (BBC Ukrainian) 10/24/2004
  • Репетиція післявиборчої ночі і голий Шуфрич (Українська Правда) 10/24/2004
  • Ющенко про проблеми з кампанiєю, зустрiч з Кiссiнджером (VOA News) 10/24/2004
  • У Росії буде 41 додаткова українська виборча дільниця (BBC Ukrainian) 10/24/2004
  • Україна в трикутнику з Польщею та Німеччиною: третій нелишній? (Deutsche Welle) 10/24/2004
  • The Creaky Coalition (Newsweek) 10/24/2004
  • No evidence of crimes: Critic calls deporting elderly men 'lunacy' (Winnipeg Sun) 10/24/2004
  • Arctic is awash in nuclear pollution (Houston Chronicle) 10/24/2004
  • Top Turkish gangster reported arrested in Ukraine (AFP/Turkish Press) 10/24/2004
  • Україна приваблює німецьких інвесторів (Deutsche Welle) 10/24/2004
  • High school student's film dream takes off (San Diego Union-Tribune) 10/24/2004
  • Artist finds American dream (Arizona Republic) 10/24/2004
  • Community reaches out to help church (Norwich Bulletin) 10/24/2004
  • Long-Hidden Torah Paraded Through Brooklyn (AP/Yahoo) 10/24/2004
  • Farm Pay Shame: £1 an Hour Berry Slaves (Sunday Mail) 10/24/2004
  • Tears of thanks from the heart (Edmonton Sun) 10/24/2004
  • Oksana's surgery tomorrow (Calgary Sun) 10/24/2004
  • Metro sews up fashion opportunity (Denver Post) 10/24/2004
  • MI5 founder was spy from Sneem (The Times) 10/24/2004
  • Light Brigade Charges Again into the 'Valley of Death' (Scotland on Sunday) 10/24/2004

  • Photo: Supporters of opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, shouts slogans during a pre-elections march and rally of more then 100,000 people in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian students chant 'Yushchenko-Yes' during a mass rally in central Kiev. Up to 100,000 Ukrainians rallied in the capital on Saturday in support of opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, on the threshold of the country's October 31 presidential election (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians chant 'Yushchenko-Yes' during a mass rally in the center of Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians chant 'Yushchenko-Yes' during a mass rally in the center of Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Photo: Leader of the opposition and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko speaks during a pre-election rally in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's key opposition leader and a top presidential candidate, makes a speech to tens of thousands of supporters in front of the Central Election Commission in downtown Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's key opposition leader and a top presidential candidate, makes a speech to tens of thousands of supporters in front of the Central Election Commission in downtown Kiev. Yushchenko's face was disfigured following a mysterious illness (AP/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's main opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko flashes a victory sign during his speech at a meeting in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's main opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko addresses the crowd during a meeting in Kiev. Up to 100,000 Ukrainians rallied in the capital on Saturday in support of Yushchenko, on the threshold of the country's October 31 presidential election (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Photo: Policemen detain one of several people who threw rocks and a smoke grenade at the Central Election Commission building during a rally in downtown Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians take part in a mass rally in the center of Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Photo: Tens of thousands of supporters of opposition presidentail candidate Viktor Yushchenko with orange flags participate in a rally in downtown Kiev. The inscription on flags reads 'Yes, Yushchenko'. His supporters demanded at a rally Saturday to demand that Ukraine hold a free and fair presidential election on Oct. 31 (AP/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Ukraine opposition rally draws hundreds of thousands (AFP/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Marchers demand fair Ukraine poll [VIDEO] (BBC News) 10/23/2004
  • Ukrainians Rally in Support of Yushchenko (AP/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Виступ Ющенка: Хочу ще раз попередити бандитів при владі – не грайтеся з вогнем (Українська Правда) 10/23/2004
  • Ukrainian cops search homes of opposition activists in runup to election (AP/CBC) 10/23/2004
  • Облога «нехорошої квартири» лідера «третього сектора» (Україна молода) 10/23/2004
  • Андрухович: дії правоохоронців проти прихильників опозиції – це 'неоголошений надзвичайний стан' (Deutsche Welle) 10/23/2004
  • US denies entry to leading Ukrainian [Grigory Surkis] (Financial Times) 10/23/2004
  • Ставки більші за чуже життя? (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/23/2004
  • Кучма: долю '5 каналу' треба вирішувати після виборів (BBC Ukrainian) 10/23/2004
  • Call for better immunization to reduce infectious disease risks in Europe (Medical News Today) 10/23/2004
  • Львівські вчителі розпочали голодування в приміщенні обласного штабу Януковича (Deutsche Welle) 10/23/2004
  • Святослав Вакарчук: «Я не хочу виходити на політичні барикади — мене туди штовхає життя» (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/23/2004
  • First Bible Day to be Officially Celebrated in Ukraine (RISU) 10/23/2004
  • Program Speeds Citizenship of Adopted (AP/Yahoo) 10/23/2004
  • Victim's customers, coworkers saddened (Daily Pilot) 10/23/2004

  • Єжи Бузек: 'Чесні вибори в Україні зараз неможливі' (Deutsche Welle) 10/22/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, the western-leaning opposition leader speaks at a rally in the southern Ukrainian city of Krivoi Rog, Thursday night. Ukraine's presidential election campaign has been wracked by allegations from Yushchenko supporters and human rights watchdogs of official abuse and interference, including the alleged poisoning of Yushchenko by Yanukovych allies. Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych is the Kremlin-backed candidate (AP/Yahoo) 10/22/2004
  • Генеральна прокуратура оприлюднила лише частину висновків судмедекспертів - Поліщук (Громадське радіо) 10/22/2004
  • Українська судово-медична експертиза не виявила в організмі Ющенка отруйних речовин (Кореспондент) 10/22/2004
  • Challenger for Ukraine presidency cries foul over mystery illness (Guardian) 10/22/2004
  • Raids on Ukraine poll opponents (BBC News) 10/22/2004
  • Ukraine Security Agents Search Opposition Offices, Homes (VOA News) 10/22/2004
  • Crackdown (Kyiv Post) 10/22/2004
  • В ходi одного з обшукiв у Києвi затримано колишнього американського конгресмена (VOA News) 10/22/2004
  • SBU Representatives Make Search in Irpen in Flat of 'Maydan' Site Editor (UNIAN) 10/22/2004
  • Облава на опозицію проводиться по всій Україні (Кореспондент) 10/22/2004
  • Ukraine opposition in 'terror tactics' claim (Independent) 10/22/2004
  • TV Channel Finds Itself Under Hostile Fire in Fight for Country's Presidency (RFE/RL) 10/22/2004
  • One hundred 5 Kanal journalists threaten to go on hunger strike (Public Radio) 10/22/2004
  • Photo: Masked members of the ultra nationalist Ukrainian National Assembly shout slogans 'Yanukovich - out' during a rally outside the parliament building in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/22/2004
  • Photo: Masked members of the ultra nationalist Ukrainian National Assembly march during a rally near the parliament building in central Kiev. The demonstrators rallied on Friday to protest against presidential front-runnner and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich's plans to allow dual citizenship and introduce the Russian language as second state language (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/22/2004
  • За 'козла' відповіси! Янукович назвав козлами всіх громадян, які заважають йому жити. Так забороняють висловлюватися навіть зековські 'понятія' (Українська Правда) 10/22/2004
  • Ukrainian opposition warns against 'strong-arm scenario' in presidential election; Yushchenko opposes adopting 2005 budget before presidential election; Ukrainian president said to be 'categorically against' closing pro-Yushchenko TV channel [scroll down] (RFE/RL) 10/22/2004
  • Declaring Elections to Be Falsified Is Most Threatening Scenario of Elections Breakdown - Zinchenko (UNIAN) 10/22/2004
  • На Львівщині готують зрив виборів? (Українська Правда) 10/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma welcomes Henry Kissinger, former U.S. Secretary of State, during their meeting at the presidential office in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/22/2004
  • Кіссінджер був шокований тим, що повідомив йому Ющенко (Кореспондент) 10/22/2004
  • Кучма і Кіссінджер засудили використання брудних технологій у виборчій кампанії (Кореспондент) 10/22/2004
  • Г.Кіссінджер зустрівся із Кучмою, Януковичем і Ющенком (BBC Ukrainian) 10/22/2004
  • Putin to Visit Ukraine 3 Days Before Vote (Moscow Times) 10/22/2004
  • Europe Seeking New Role in World Affairs (AP/Yahoo) 10/22/2004
  • Kerry Campaign Unveils New Response Ad 'Protect' (USNewswire/Yahoo) 10/22/2004
  • США відмовили у візі Григорію Суркісу (BBC Ukrainian) 10/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian rescue workers search through the debris of a hospital which was partly damaged by a blast in the town of Kramatorsk (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian rescue workers search through the debris of a hospital which was partly damaged by a blast in the town of Kramatorsk, in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk region. According to preliminary information, one person was killed and five injured in the explosion. The cause of the blast was not immediately known (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/22/2004
  • 5 загиблих внаслідок вибуху в Луганську (BBC Ukrainian) 10/22/2004
  • Three People Perished as Result of Collapse of House in Luhansk (UNIAN) 10/22/2004
  • Viktor ‘B’: international outlaw, valued partner (ISN) 10/22/2004
  • Spain orders shake-up of military top brass (Reuters/AlertNet) 10/22/2004
  • Girl's cardiac surgery delayed (Calgary Sun) 10/22/2004
  • Duke to Tour 'Valley of Death' Battlefield (The Scotsman) 10/22/2004
  • How Lothian troops led the charge to glory at the Battle of Balaclava (Edinburgh Evening News) 10/22/2004

  • Photo: Ukrainian rescue specialists remove debris at the scene of an explosion which caused the partial collapse of a block of flats on the outskirts of the Ukrainian city of Lugansk (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/21/2004
  • One dead following gas explosion in Luhansk (AP/Kyiv Post) 10/21/2004
  • Ukrainian Election Could Determine Russia's Future (UPS/Yahoo) 10/21/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, the western-leaning opposition leader speaks at a rally in the South-Eastern Ukrainian city of Mariupol, Wednesday night. Ukraine's presidential election campaign has been wracked by allegations from Yushchenko supporters and human rights watchdogs of official abuse and interference, including the alleged poisoning of Yushchenko by Yanukovych allies. Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych is the Kremlin-backed candidate (AP/Yahoo) 10/21/2004
  • Ukraine Mayor Warns of Election Crackdown (AP/Yahoo) 10/21/2004
  • Tensions High in Ukraine As Elections Near (AP/Yahoo) 10/21/2004
  • Putin to Visit Ukraine on Eve of Election (RFE/RL) 10/21/2004
  • Що влада готує в ніч виборів? Витік протоколу зборів у Медведчука (Українська Правда) 10/21/2004
  • У Верховній Раді вимагають відставки глави МВС й екстреного засідання РНБОУ (Кореспондент) 10/21/2004
  • 'Наша Україна' обіцяє захищати студентів (BBC Ukrainian) 10/21/2004
  • Defamation Case Ruling Threatens Sole Ukrainian Opposition TV station (UNIAN) 10/21/2004
  • Журналісти '5 каналу' погрожують голодуванням (BBC Ukrainian) 10/21/2004
  • Янукович в Луганську говорив про мову (BBC Ukrainian) 10/21/2004
  • Ukraine opposition says it has tapes allegedly implicating PM in corruption (AFX/Yahoo) 10/21/2004
  • 31 жовтня ввійде в історію як 'день екзит-полу'? (Deutsche Welle) 10/21/2004
  • EU team in Ukraine gives favourable report ahead of vote (AFP/EU Business) 10/21/2004
  • Виборча урна у пузі «троянського коня»: закордонні виборчі дільниці відкривають значно ширше «поле чудес» для фальсифікацій, ніж передбачала опозиція (Україна молода) 10/21/2004
  • Гастролі «по понятіям», або Чому платники податків мають платити за виборче шоу Януковича на Рівненській АЕС? (Україна молода) 10/21/2004
  • Олександр Мороз: Сумніваєтеся в мені — не голосуйте (Україна молода) 10/21/2004
  • Coalition troops in Iraq, by country, and countries that have withdrawn forces (AP/SF Chronicle) 10/21/2004
  • A daily look at U.S. military deaths in Iraq (AP/SF Chronicle) 10/21/2004
  • Doorstep drive marks a new phase in US election race (The Scotsman) 10/21/2004
  • Orthodox (UOC-KP) Condemn Russian Orthodox Interference in Ukraine’s Internal Affairs (RISU) 10/21/2004
  • Ми використовували і німецьку, і польську, і мадярську армії, аби вишколити своїх людей, - Василь Кук (Громадське радіо) 10/21/2004
  • Ukrainian sisters reunited; will live with Willmar families (Minneapolis Star-Tribune) 10/21/2004

  • Впливовий американський сенатор Джон МакКейн про виборчу ситуацiю в Українi (VOA) 10/20/2004
  • Do Ukrainian Authorities Fear a 'Georgian Scenario'? (RFE/RL) 10/20/2004
  • Сиджу на нарах, як король на іменинах (Українська Правда) 10/20/2004
  • Не всі екзит-поли однаково корисні... (Українська Правда) 10/20/2004
  • Ukraine TV stokes election battle (BBC News) 10/20/2004
  • Media Groups Protest Freeze of Ukrainian TV Funds (RFE/RL) 10/20/2004
  • Deputy says there is plan to thwart Ukrainian presidential vote (Interfax) 10/20/2004
  • Ukraine's velvet hopes (Radio Nederland) 10/20/2004
  • Комітет виборців: Ситуація з підготовкою до виборів Президента є катастрофічною (Кореспондент) 10/20/2004
  • Додаткові виборчі дільниці за кордоном - 'чорні діри' в українському виборчому процесі, - штаб Ющенка (Громадське радіо) 10/20/2004
  • Poll Dancers (Anorak) 10/20/2004
  • '...А хто не вишикувався, у того мізки розмазуються по стінці': Мельниченко та Єльяшкевич оприлюднили компромат на Януковича (Львівська газета) 10/20/2004
  • Микола Мельниченко виграв справу проти України в суді (BBC Ukrainian) 10/20/2004
  • Kyiv's Shaky Relationship with the European Union (RFE/RL) 10/20/2004
  • Putin blesses favoured 'near abroad' candidates (Financial Times) 10/20/2004
  • Fate of democracy in Ukraine will be at stake Oct. 31 (Jewish World Review) 10/20/2004
  • Ukraine Election (The following is an editorial reflecting the views of the United States Government) (VOA News) 10/20/2004
  • Перемога Лукашенка і український вибір 31 жовтня (Українська Правда) 10/20/2004
  • Op-Ed: Lukashenko Leads CIS Into Trouble (Moscow Times) 10/20/2004
  • Lavrov Seeks Special EU Partnership (Moscow Times) 10/20/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kostiantyn Hrishchenko shakes hands with Macedonian Foreign Minister Ilinka Mitreva during their meeting in Skopje (AFP/Yahoo) 10/20/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kostiantin Hrishchenko and Macedonian Foreign Minister Ilinka Mitreva prepare for a press conference in Skopje (AFP/Yahoo) 10/20/2004
  • Poles love their Southern neighbors, not so much the East (Warsaw Business Journal) 10/20/2004
  • Op-Ed: Hiding the Refugee Problem Offshore (NY Times) 10/20/2004
  • Central Asia, Eastern Europe Score Poorly on Corruption Index (RFE/RL) 10/20/2004
  • Україні потрібна верхівка, яка витягла б країну з корупції (Deutsche Welle) 10/20/2004
  • Archeology helps explain Indo-European language (Daily Mississippian) 10/20/2004
  • Greek Catholics 'Oppose State’s Supporting Any One Church' (RISU) 10/20/2004
  • Autocephalous Orthodox Accuse Schools of Using Children for Election (RISU) 10/20/2004
  • Remembering our pastor with fond memories (Sun-Herald) 10/20/2004
  • Hospitality trade is suffering still (Toronto Star) 10/20/2004
  • Beauty, eh? (Calgary Sun) 10/20/2004
  • Trivializing the Wall (Deutsche Welle) 10/20/2004
  • Multiple Impacts? (Astrobiology Magazine) 10/20/2004

  • Photo: A rubbish bin sits in front of a giant billboard in downtown Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 10/19/2004
  • Photo: Former bodyguard to Ukraine President Leonid Kuchma, Mykola Melnychenko, who secretly recorded hundreds of hours of conversations in Kuchman's office from 1998-2000, speaks during news conference in Warsaw (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/19/2004
  • Chamber judgement: Melnychenko v. Ukraine: Court awarded the applicant 5,000 euros for non-pecuniary damage; Coourt held by six votes to one, that there had been a violation of Article 3 of Protocol No. 1 (right to free elections). (ECHR) 10/19/2004
  • John McCain: A Crucial Choice for Ukraine (Wash Post) 10/19/2004
  • Main Candidates Neck and Neck in Increasingly Bitter Presidential Campaign (RFE/RL) 10/19/2004
  • Ukraine ready to crack down on poll protests (Financial Times) 10/19/2004
  • Ющенко програв суд у Відні – його матеріали передали Васильєву (Українська Правда) 10/19/2004
  • Лікнеп: як проголосувати на виборах президента України за кордоном? (Українська Правда) 10/19/2004
  • Петро Порошенко про загрозу закриття '5 каналу' (BBC Ukrainian) 10/19/2004
  • Сергій Комісаренко: проти Ющенка та Януковича працює третя сила (BBC Ukrainian) 10/19/2004
  • «Ми разом! Багато! І нас не подолати!» Десятки тисяч студентів, які всупереч тиску й погрозам зібралися в Києві, висловили недовіру урядові Януковича й проголосували за підтримку Ющенка (Україна молода) 10/19/2004
  • A less safe America By Stephan Vitvitsky (Tufts Daily) 10/19/2004
  • First Poland, Now Ukraine to Pull Out of Iraq (World Crisis Web) 10/19/2004
  • Op-Ed: The Rape of Belarus (Wash Post) 10/19/2004
  • Якщо не співати сьогодні про політику, то не зможемо завтра співати про любов (BBC Ukrainian) 10/19/2004
  • Music: Gogol Bordello, Attack Formation, Attic Ted (Austin360) 10/19/2004
  • Burns lesson for Ukrainian thugs [Drink had been involved and the Romanians had tried to provoke the Ukrainians.] (ic Perthshire) 10/19/2004

  • Списки виборців 2004: чи пролунає голос «мертвих душ»? (BRAMA) 10/18/2004
  • Civic group claims political repressions are intensifying in Ukraine (BRAMA) 10/18/2004
  • Український сайт з берегiв Волги -/- A Ukrainian website from the banks of the Volga (BRAMA) 10/18/2004
  • Peace Corps seeks help for Kherson library (BRAMA) 10/18/2004
  • Photo: A student, member of opposition group 'Pora' with a placard reading 'Do I look like a terrorist', chained herself to a monument, as she takes part in a protest against recent arrests in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, Oct. 18, 2004. Prosecutors on Sunday said an investigation on charges of terrorism had been launched against five members of 'Pora', supporting top opposition challenger Viktor Yushchenko in the Oct. 31 presidential election. (AP/Yahoo) 10/18/2004
  • Photo: Maribel Permuey (L), mother of killed Spanish journalist Jose Couso, listens to her son Javier during a conference on War Journalism in Havana, October 18, 2004. Jose Couso, a cameraman for Spain's Telecinco was killed on October 16, 2003, along with Ukrainian cameraman Taras Protsyuk from Reuters, while covering the Iraq war, after a U.S. tank opened fire on the Palestine Hotel in Baghdad where nearly 100 journalists were holed up. The Couso family has since filed a lawsuit against three U.S. soldiers for war crimes and murder. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/18/2004
  • Putin urges [American] voters to back Bush (CNN) 10/18/2004
  • Try not to factor it into the equation (Chicago Sun-Times) 10/18/2004
  • An Election of Mistakes [Yushchenko and Yanukovych now have equal chances] (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/18/2004
  • Заява Коаліції громадських організацій України з приводу масового створення на території Російської Федерації дільничих виборчих комісій для голосування на виборах Президента України (Свобода Вибору) 10/18/2004
  • У Януковича попереду дефіцит і інфляція? (Українська правда) 10/18/2004
  • Генпрокуратура зв'язує ПОРУ з троєщинськими терористами (Українська правда) 10/18/2004
  • Midfield Play Without Rules [A new draft bill, meant to substantially change the rules of determining the winner in the presidential race...] (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/18/2004
  • What Passport Do You Hold? [In spite of sharp criticism ...Viktor Yanukovych persists in reiterating his campaign pledges to upgrade the status of the Russian language...] (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/18/2004
  • Russia Endorses Yanukovych’s Presidential Bid? (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/18/2004
  • Postcard from hell. Eighteen years ago, it was the site of the world's worst nuclear reactor disaster. Now Chernobyl is becoming a tourist attraction. (Guardian) 10/18/2004
  • Council approves Ukraine's participation in Galileo [Europe's satellite navigation system] (CORDIS) 10/18/2004
  • The right to know. One World film festival brings human rights violations to the silver screen [Trafficking] (Slovak Spectator) 10/18/2004
  • Sunken cargo ship 'poses no oil threat' [16 members of the mostly Ukrainian crew airlifted to safety] (IOL) 10/18/2004
  • Ukrainian border officials crossed the Slovak border illegally (Slovensko) 10/18/2004
  • Police seize contraband cigarettes [labelled with Ukrainian revenue stamps] (Slovak Spectator) 10/18/2004
  • Apteka Kiev 2005 to be held in Ukraine on Feb 15-18 [international trade fair] (Pharmabiz) 10/18/2004
  • Ющенко разом з іншими кандидатами готує сюрприз (Гаряча Лінія) 10/18/2004
  • Column: Ukrainian election has Russia worried (San Jose Mercury News) 10/18/2004
  • Freedom of Choice coalition claims violations in Ukrainian electoral roll [dead people on the electoral roll, some voters have been entered twice, some are missing entirely] (Interfax-Russia) 10/18/2004
  • “Freedom of choice”: will the “dead souls” speak? (Hotline Ukraine) 10/18/2004
  • Vitali Klitschko talks tough (Guardian) 10/18/2004
  • Yanukovych Billboards Dot Moscow (Moscow Times) 10/18/2004
  • After Abkhaz Failure, Spin Goes to Ukraine ['Russia would be dealt a much heavier blow if Yanukovych loses'] (Moscow Times) 10/18/2004

  • Путін приїде подивитись військовій парад (Гаряча Лінія) 10/17/2004
  • Міліція намагалася обшукати НаУКМА [За повідомленнями з Києва міліція намагалася у неділю здійснити обшук у Києво-Могилянській Академії.] (BBC Ukrainian) 10/17/2004
  • Putin signals support for Yukanovych [s.b. Yanukovych][The Kremlin has permitted a huge advertising campaign in Moscow for a candidate in Ukraine's presidential election, the Moscow Times said Monday.] (UPI/Wash Times) 10/17/2004
  • Photo: A flock of cormorants rest on roots of a Chilia tree oN the Danube river near Chilia Veche (300 km east of Bucharest). The European Union, Washington and environmentalists have slammed Ukraine's work on the shipping canal in the sensitive Danube delta but the project has also ignited a potentially explosive border standoff with Romania. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/17/2004
  • Photo: Fishermen arrange their boats at the small port in Periprava village (300 km east of Bucharest). The European Union, Washington and environmentalists have slammed Ukraine's work on the shipping canal in the sensitive Danube delta but the project has also ignited a potentially explosive border standoff with Romania. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/17/2004
  • Danube canal ignites Romania-Ukraine border dispute (Reuters/AlertNet) 10/17/2004
  • From Russia without love: Sex slaves [The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade By Victor Malarek] (Chicago Sun-Times) 10/17/2004
  • Carlin Romano - Sexual slavery: Real, but largely ignored. Two books fault media, international officials. [The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade By Victor Malarek] (Philadelphia Inquirer) 10/17/2004
  • Op-ed: U.S. troops are the bulk of coalition (Delaware News Journal) 10/17/2004
  • Ukraine's Mr Big and Scottish exile in Donetsk plot [Nine years ago this week, Alexander Bragin, president of Shakhtar Donetsk, was driving to watch his team play. He never made it to the stadium as he was blown up by a bomb planted in his vehicle. ] (The Scotsman) 10/17/2004
  • Putin's Double Standards (Wash Post) 10/17/2004
  • US-Ukraine relations and presidential campaign issues dominate visit by former Ukrainian ambassador FOTO/S (BRAMA) 10/17/2004
  • Former ambassador Anton Buteiko and Bohdan Sokolovsky visit the U.S., meet with DC officials and Diaspora in NYC, Phila, DC SLIDESHOW (BRAMA) 10/17/2004
  • Striking a balance: To the envy of Canada's banks, merger mania has taken hold in the country's credit union sector [Foto: Taras Pidzamecky heads the Ukrainian Credit Union, the product of a number of mergers.] (Toronto Star) 10/17/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainan dredging barge churns mud from the bottom of the Chilia branch of the Danube river near Periprava village (300 km east of Bucharest) in this September 25, 2004 file photo. The European Union, Washington and environmentalists have slammed Ukraine's work on the shipping canal in the sensitive Danube delta but the project has also ignited a potentially explosive border standoff with Romania. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/17/2004
  • More church relics found [at St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church, destroyed Sept. 10 by an early morning blast] (Norwich Bulletin) 10/17/2004

  • [AUDIO] Віктор Ющенко виступає перед учасниками студентського віче в Києві. Тривалість – 30 хвилин. (Yuschenko.com.ua) 10/16/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's main opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko flashes a victory sign during his speech at a meeting in Kiev, October 16, 2004. Up to 10,000 Ukrainians, mostly students, rallied in the capital on Saturday in support of Yushchenko, on the threshold of the country's October 31 presidential election. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/16/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's key opposition figure and a top presidential candidate, makes a speech during a rally in his support in downtown Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Oct. 16, 2004. Yushchenko's face is seen badly disfigured by a mysterious illness that his allies attributed to poisoning by political opponents. (AP/Yahoo) 10/16/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian students chant as they rally in support of Viktor Yushchenko, the country's key opposition figure and a top presidential candidate, in downtown Kiev, Ukraine, on Saturday, Oct. 16, 2004. Neckerchiefs, forehead bands, raincoats and flags read Yushchenko's campaign slogan ' Yes! Yushchenko'. (AP/Yahoo) 10/16/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's main opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko (L) addresses demonstrators crowd during a meeting in Kiev, October 16, 2004. Up to 10,000 Ukrainians, mostly students, rallied in the capital on Saturday in support of Yushchenko, on the threshold of the country's October 31 presidential polls. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/16/2004
  • Photo: A young supporter of Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's key opposition figure and a top presidential contender, participates in a pro-candidate rally in downtown Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Oct. 16, 2004. Yushchenko's portrait and his campaign slogan ' Yes! Yushchenko' is seen on small flags on the student's head (AP/Yahoo) 10/16/2004
  • Ukrainian group to make stop in Prescott [Kiev Symphony Orchestra and Chorus] (Prescott Daily Courier) 10/16/2004
  • A Look at Iraq Casualties: As of Friday, Oct. 15, 2004, 1094 U.S. military dead (7,862 wounded). 983 U.S. soldiers have died since May 1, 2003, when President Bush declared that major combat operations in Iraq had ended. Poland, 13; Ukraine, 9. Iraqi civilian deaths est. 13224-15292. (Iraq Coalition Casualties) 10/16/2004
  • У 'Порі' cобака знайшов вибухівку. Достатню підірвати два суди [Bomb found in opposition group PORA headquarters] (Українська правда) 10/16/2004
  • Тепер сподіватимемося лише на подолання 'респондентської фобії'? За 15 днів до голосування, згідно з законом, включаючи день виборів, уже не можна друкувати в ЗМІ цифри й відсотки кандидатських рейтингів. [Україна молода, для УП] (Українська правда) 10/16/2004
  • Відкритий лист дванадцяти аполітичних літераторів про вибір і вибори (Потяг 76) 10/16/2004
  • The last dictator in Europe: Belarus goes to the polls tomorrow, but the President's opponents have a nasty habit of disappearing. Askold Krushelnycky reports from Kiev (Independent) 10/16/2004
  • Long ride to self discovery. Judith Woods reports on the motorcycle diaries of round-the-world duo Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman. (Independent) 10/16/2004
  • Ukrainian Moslems celebrate holy month of Ramadan (Kazinform) 10/16/2004

  • Op-Ed: Ukraine's sinister atmosphere alive in days before election [Georgie Ann Geyer] (UExpress/Yahoo) 10/15/2004
  • Kuchma denies martial law rumors (UPI/Wash Times) 10/15/2004
  • Poland Will Begin Iraq Troop Pullout in January. Withdrawal may be complete by the end of 2005. Drawdown of one of the coalition's leading contingents will be a blow to Bush's policy. (LA Times) 10/15/2004
  • [Saints Peter and Paul] Ukrainian Catholic church celebrates 25th anniversary Sunday (Inside Toronto) 10/15/2004
  • Greek Village Eyes Ukrainian Brides (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/15/2004
  • Ukraine Embassy regrets unscrupulous falsification of PSD document (Utusan) 10/15/2004
  • Washington warns Ukraine over election campaign 'abuses' (Financial Times) 10/15/2004
  • Russia prosecutors out for Timoshenko in bribing case [Itar-Tass][BRAMA note: search in News for 'Ukraine’s Borgia campaign' dated 10/8/04: 'the officer (Tymoshenko) is accused of bribing was acquitted in a trial in Moscow last year of the very charges that prosecutors now want to question her about'] (Moscow) 10/15/2004
  • Ukraine to dispose of nearly 40% of munitions before 2015 [Itar-Tass] (Moscow) 10/15/2004
  • Ukraine chides U.S., vows fair presidential poll (Reuters) 10/15/2004
  • European Court of Human Right forthcoming judgements: 19 and 21 October 2004 - Melnychenko v. Ukraine (no. 17707/02). Ukrainian national Mykola Ivanovych Melnychenko left Ukraine following the disclosure of tape recordings he had allegedly made of the President of Ukraine’s conversations, relating to the President’s possible involvement in the disappearance of the journalist Georgiy Gongadze. (ECHR) 10/15/2004
  • Євросуд готується винести вирок мельниченку (Українська Правда) 10/15/2004
  • Як убити українського лідера: від Петлюри до Ющенка [How to kill a leader: from Petliura to Yushchenko] (Українська правда) 10/15/2004
  • Кар'єра дублера-2. Протез 'сильної руки' (Українська правда) 10/15/2004
  • Ukraine’s Yanukovych Barely Edging Yushchenko (CPOD) 10/15/2004
  • Kuchma says state of emergency won't be declared in Ukraine [...denied rumors that troops are being moved to Kyiv under the guise of a military parade timed to the 60th anniversary of Ukraine's liberation from the fascist invaders, scheduled to take place in Kyiv on October 28] (Interfax-Russia) 10/15/2004
  • США закликали Україну припинити виборчі порушення (BBC Ukrainian) 10/15/2004
  • Columbia University launches Ukrainian film club with screening of Mamay FOTO/S (BRAMA) 10/15/2004
  • FAQ for Ukrainian citizens in the U.S. who wish to vote on October 31 -/- До уваги громадян України - 31 жовтня 2004 року відбудуться чергові вибори Президента України (BRAMA) 10/15/2004
  • Ukrainians urged to vote at Pretoria embassy (Sunday Times (South Africa)) 10/15/2004
  • US expands training to stop nuke smugglers (Big News Network) 10/15/2004
  • Mort Crim: Wise people can accept what they can't change [Leonid Stadnyk - monthly pension provides about $28. It costs him $200 for a pair of custom-made shoes.] (Detroit Free Press) 10/15/2004
  • Photo: Mayor Pantazis Chronopoulos sits in his office in the southwestern Greek seaside town of Zacharo, in this photograph taken on October 14, 2004. Lonely Greek bachelors desperate for wives after the local women left for the big city have decided instead to import dozens of Ukrainian brides. In a few days a group of officials and 10 future grooms from the seaside town of Zacharo will leave on a matchmaking trip to Vynnitsya, in Ukraine. 'I found this town in Ukraine and we will go there to meet the prospective brides,' said Chronopoulos, a former police officer. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/15/2004
  • Photo: A young man walks along the deserted beachfront of the southwestern Greek seaside town of Zacharo, in this photograph taken on October 14, 2004. Lonely Greek bachelors desperate for wives after the local women left for the big city have decided instead to import dozens of Ukrainian brides. In a few days a group of officials and 10 future grooms from the seaside town of Zacharo will leave on a matchmaking trip to Vynnitsya, in Ukraine. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/15/2004

  • ‘They said I wasn’t human but something that can be bought’ ['Sonya' came to Britain to study. Instead she was forced into prostitution, part of a global sex racket worth £4 billion a year] (The Times) 10/14/2004
  • Конституцiйний суд дає зелене свiтло полiтичнiй реформi пiд номером 4180 [...більшити термін діяльності Верховної Ради з 4-ох до 5-ти років, проводити вибори депутатів на пропорційній основі та ввести імперативний мандат...] (VOA) 10/14/2004
  • США висловлюють «глибоке розчарування» виборчою кампанiєю в Українi (VOA) 10/14/2004
  • Зафiксовано зростання рейтингу Януковича (VOA) 10/14/2004
  • To vote... or not to vote? Answers to the questions of Ukrainians living abroad -/- Голосувати...чи не голосувати? Відповіді на запитання українців, що мешкають за кордоном (BRAMA) 10/14/2004
  • Civic group 'blacklists' officials accused of repression against Ukrainian citizens FOTO/S (BRAMA) 10/14/2004
  • Відкритий лист народного депутата Віктора Короля до правоохоронних та силових органів України (BRAMA) 10/14/2004
  • Ukrainian citizens living in Russian Federation want more polling stations opened in time for the October 31 presidential election -/- Про ситуацію навколо створення додаткових виборчих дільниць на території Росії (BRAMA) 10/14/2004
  • Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church unites under Metropolitan Moisei FOTO/S (BRAMA) 10/14/2004
  • Phishing costs $20 000 000 for Russian businesses (Computer Crime Research Center) 10/14/2004
  • It's church vs. church in Village bldg. battle [Landlord Ukrainian Evangelical Assemblies of God church in NY's East Village instructed 'Pastor Rick' to clear out.] (NY Daily News) 10/14/2004
  • Photo: The leader of the Ukrainian opposition and presidential candidate, Viktor Yushchenko. The United States warned Ukraine to hold fair presidential elections this month. (AFP/Yahoo) 10/14/2004
  • Ukrainian Elections: Richard Boucher, US State Dept. Spokesman (USDOS) 10/14/2004
  • US warns Kiev to hold fair presidential vote (AFP/Yahoo) 10/14/2004
  • US steps up pressure on Ukraine over presidential election (AFP/Yahoo) 10/14/2004
  • Voters offered free striptease [Campaigners for current Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich organised the free striptease shows in the Santa Fe bar in Donetsk] (Ananova) 10/14/2004
  • Ukrainian peacekeepers completing rotation in Iraq [Itar-Tass] (Moscow) 10/14/2004
  • Ashcroft steps up fight against tech piracy [ The attorney general cited two ongoing cases in federal court in San Jose -- one involving the extradition of a Ukrainian national from Thailand who allegedly sold millions of dollars of counterfeit software on the Internet. - Silicon Valley] (Yahoo) 10/14/2004
  • Ukraine to gain [The LGIB has won £10,000 of funding to help local authorities in the Ukraine manage the environment better.] (LGIB) 10/14/2004
  • Boom in sex trafficking prompts charities to demand more safe houses for victims (Independent) 10/14/2004
  • Ukraine: Essential information (Guardian) 10/14/2004
  • Williams to meet Klitschko in NY (BBC) 10/14/2004
  • Date set for Williams challenge to Klitschko title (AFP/Yahoo) 10/14/2004
  • Indicators - Ukraine - Oct 14 (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/14/2004
  • А от ще такий анекдот. Був. В Україні повідомлено про блокування інтернетного сайту, який здобув популярність анекдотами про прем'єр-міністра і кандидата на посаду президента Віктора Януковича. (BBC Ukrainian) 10/14/2004

  • Ukrainian Canadian Restitution To Be Considered by Canada's Parliament (BRAMA) 10/13/2004
  • Mark re-introduces Ukrainian and Chinese redress legislation -/- Inky Mark dépose de nouveau les projets de loi portant sur l'indemnisation des Canadiens d'origine ukrainienne et chinoise (BRAMA) 10/13/2004
  • Генеральна Асамблея ООН обговорює підсумки річної діяльності Ради Безпеки ООН та питання реформування цього органу (BRAMA) 10/13/2004
  • Forte String Quartet to perform at the Lyceum (BRAMA) 10/13/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's opposition leader and top presidential candidate, addresses his supporters during a campaign visit to Odessa, Ukraine, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2004. Ukrainian prosecutors on Wednesday said the top opposition presidential candidate was not cooperating with an investigation into his recent mystery illness, which his supporters allege was a result of poisoning. (AP/Yahoo) 10/13/2004
  • Russian ambassador offers single currency to Ukraine (Russia Journal) 10/13/2004
  • Лазаренко судиться з Iнтером (VOA) 10/13/2004
  • Глава УГКЦ закликає українцiв «обирати розважливо» (VOA) 10/13/2004
  • З України депортовано радника Freedom House (VOA) 10/13/2004
  • Ющенко вiдвiдав Одещину (VOA) 10/13/2004
  • Буш i Керрi провели фiнальнi дебати (VOA) 10/13/2004
  • Report: Democracy and Human Rights Trends in Eurasia and Eastern Europe [Ukraine report p.60] [PDF format] (CSCE) 10/13/2004
  • У параді перед днем виборів будуть брати участь не танки, а ветерани (Українська Правда) 10/13/2004
  • How to Let a Coalition Fray. The U.S. could be doing more for its 'New Europe' allies. By Mark Brzezinski [Iraq] (Wash Post) 10/13/2004
  • Iraqi police arrest three locals for preparing attacks against Ukrainian troops (Interfax-Moscow) 10/13/2004
  • German army experts to carry out inspection in Ukraine [Open Skies Treaty] (Interfax-Russia) 10/13/2004
  • More power to the people...who vote [Organizing Brooklyn's Russian speakers] (NY Daily News) 10/13/2004
  • Ukrainian American Veterans Inc. (UAV) elects first woman as national commander [Atanas T. Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 10/13/2004
  • PACE says Ukraine has little chance to hold free elections (Kazinform) 10/13/2004
  • Kherson Fresh Learns from Jersey Fresh, but Blair Finds Out Farmers Are Farmers (Cape May County Herald) 10/13/2004
  • [Pagedown to] U.S. grand jury indicts alleged smuggling ring [14 members of an alleged alien smuggling ring used six sailboats to bring Ukrainian immigrants from the Bahamas and Dominican Republic to Fort Lauderdale] (South Florida Sun-Sentinel) 10/13/2004
  • Ukranian teen fights the Rise of the Machines [14-year-old Ukranian girl has struck a blow for humanity in the war against belligerent technology by completely destroying a Yalta cash machine - with her bare hands.] (Register) 10/13/2004
  • Steppin' Out: Local stargazers recall close encounters with Shall We Dance? cast [...Ted Motyka Dance Studio on Main Street was a prime viewing area. Lopez blew kisses to fans and women working at the Ukrainian Canadian Congress next door who took cigarette breaks out back and bumped into their star neighbours daily.] (Winnipeg Sun) 10/13/2004
  • Churches rally to help Colchester congregation [St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church, leveled by an explosion last month] (Norwich Bulletin) 10/13/2004
  • Atomic radiation levels fall in Arctic (AP/CTV) 10/13/2004
  • Mayo-based students lend a helping hand in Chernobyl (Western People) 10/13/2004
  • Putin uses birthday to influence Ukraine elections By Vladimir Socor for The Jamestown Foundation (ISN) 10/13/2004

  • Bankers Petroleum to pay US$15M for stake in Transeuro's Ukraine project (CP/Yahoo) 10/12/2004
  • В Одесі проти Ющенка агітують за допомогою ДЄЗів, твердять його представники (VOA) 10/12/2004
  • Результати вересневого монiторингу полiтичних новин (VOA) 10/12/2004
  • Як голосуватимуть українськi громадяни за кордоном? (VOA) 10/12/2004
  • ПАРЄ занепокоєна виборчою ситуацiєю в Українi (VOA) 10/12/2004
  • Teachers headed to Ukraine to exchange ideas with teachers there about the best ways to teach economics (Kentucky Post) 10/12/2004
  • The Tangled Web of Illicit Arms Trafficking [One of the planes used in this shipment came from Ukraine and made a refueling stop in Libya while en route.] (Center for American Progress) 10/12/2004
  • Ukrainian folk troupe fills stage with technical brilliance [Virsky] (Chicago Sun-Times) 10/12/2004
  • Web Site for Ukrainian Voters Abroad Launched from Silicon Valley FOTO/S (BRAMA) 10/12/2004
  • Senator Durbin pledges Kerry's support for independent Ukraine at UCCA's 19th Congress FOTO/S (BRAMA) 10/12/2004
  • U.S. Ambassador raises election issues in address given at European University in Kiev (BRAMA) 10/12/2004
  • Empress of Ireland revived. Liner brought the ancestors of many Canadians to the New World (Camrose Canadian) 10/12/2004
  • East or west: Ukraine’s election could alter relations with Russia and Europe (Financial Times) 10/12/2004
  • Parliament Proposes that Candidate Who Received More Than 50% of Votes Must Be Declared Ukrainian President (UNIAN) 10/12/2004
  • Eggs and Charges Fly in Ukraine's Ever-Nastier Election (NY Times) 10/12/2004
  • Romanian patrol boat impedes navigation of Ukrainian steamer on international shipping lane of Danube-Black Sea canal, Ukrmorport says (Interfax-Moscow) 10/12/2004
  • Russia runs trade surplus with CIS [Ukraine, the second most populous former Soviet republic ran the biggest deficit with other CIS members totaling $3.567 billion] (UPI/Wash Times) 10/12/2004
  • NCSJ: Congress Adds Stronger State Department Focus on Anti-Semitism (U.S. Newswire) 10/12/2004
  • Cleanup to begin Tuesday at Colchester church site [St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church was destroyed Sept. 10 by a suspected gas leak.] (Newsday) 10/12/2004
  • Religious Buildings in Kyiv to be Returned to Churches (RISU) 10/12/2004
  • Treatment splits family [Oksana Oliynyk] (Edmonton Sun) 10/12/2004
  • Bankers Petroleum to earn up to 80% of operating interest in Ukrainian gas producer (CNW/Yahoo) 10/12/2004
  • Дільничні виборчі комісії – місце фальсифікації виборів? (Українська правда) 10/12/2004
  • ЄС знову закликав Україну провести чесні вибори *Заклик міститься у заяві, яку поширили міністри закордонних справ країн ЄС у Люксембурзі (BBC Ukrainian) 10/12/2004
  • 'Вибори можуть змінити стосунки України із Росією та Заходом'. Файненшл таймс: на відміну від Росії, в Україні проходять реальні перегони між двома кандидатами в президенти (BBC Ukrainian) 10/12/2004

  • Ukraine Livestock Sales Decrease (AgReport) 10/11/2004
  • Photo: Reading with Rylskiy : Young men read the newspapers as they sit on the monument for Maksim Rylskiy, a well-known Soviet-era Ukrainian poet, in Kiev. (AFP/Yahoo) 10/11/2004
  • Генпрокуратура i СБУ заперечують, що Ющенка отруєно бiологiчною зброєю (VOA) 10/11/2004
  • Генерал Кравченко далi пiд вартою (VOA) 10/11/2004
  • Списки виборцiв як iнструмент фальсифiкацiї? (VOA) 10/11/2004
  • US Congressman Rohrabacher warns: Ukrainian officials thwarting the democratic process will pay a price personally! (Ukrayinska Pravda) 10/11/2004
  • Borys Tarasyuk: Removing criminals from the government and Yushchenko’s victory will end people’s destitution (Our Ukraine) 10/11/2004
  • EU: Agenda Of Foreign Ministers' Meeting Topped By Decisions On Sanctions [ EU statement is expected on the upcoming presidential elections in Ukraine.] (RFE/RL) 10/11/2004
  • Ukraine to create independent intelligence agency (Interfax-Russia) 10/11/2004
  • Ukraine steps up army modernization (UPI/Wash Times) 10/11/2004
  • Where computers go to die -- and to be reborn [Electronics Recovery, Inc. co-owner Vladimir Pisarenko supervises the reclamation and recycling of tons of computer parts.] (Skyway News) 10/11/2004
  • Ukraine's Sunoil Yields Slip (AgReport) 10/11/2004
  • Генеральна Асамблея ООН обговорює річний звіт Генерального секретаря про роботу Організації (BRAMA) 10/11/2004
  • Polling station coordinator works to simplify constitutional obstacles for voters abroad FOTO/S (BRAMA) 10/11/2004
  • Catholic Patriarchate in Kyiv - By Bishop Paul Peter Jesep Op-Ed (BRAMA) 10/11/2004
  • Ющенко знову в строю (Українська правда) 10/11/2004
  • Chaos Reigns in Ukraine Presidential Race (AP/Yahoo) 10/11/2004
  • Ukraine opposition chief back in presidential race [Yushchenko] (Reuters/AlertNet) 10/11/2004
  • No bio-weapons used against Ukrainian candidate [Yushchenko] - official (Interfax-Russia) 10/11/2004
  • Professor Zimpfer: «Dr. Wicke has made an unfounded statement» [Yushchenko] (Our Ukraine) 10/11/2004
  • Not The Last Supper [Interviewing Ukraine candidates] (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/11/2004
  • 11 EU states urge stronger ties with Ukraine (EU Business) 10/11/2004
  • Віктор Ющенко прибув до Києва. Разом з кандидатом до України приїхав директор клініки. Інший австрійський лікар дав інтерв'ю ICTV (BBC Ukrainian) 10/11/2004
  • В Україні починаються президентські дебати. Втім, двоє найпопулярніших кандидатів - Віктор Янукович і Віктор Ющенко - відмовилися брати у них участь. (BBC Ukrainian) 10/11/2004
  • Analysis: New Evidence Of Corruption In Iraq Oil Voucher Scheme By Roman Kupchinsky (RFE/RL) 10/11/2004
  • Speaker warns against inflation growth followed by price hike (Interfax-Moscow) 10/11/2004
  • Any bidder welcome: Ailing car maker FSO's only hope of escaping from total bankruptcy appears to be by attracting Ukraine's ZAZ, the only remaining potential investor interested in the acquisition. (Warsaw Business Journal) 10/11/2004
  • Accession to WTO prerequisite to free access for ukrainian goods to european markets, Haidutsky (Interfax-Moscow) 10/11/2004
  • European experts ask Ukraine to delay Danube-Black Sea canal (Interfax-Russia) 10/11/2004
  • Slavery tale for the 21st century [Trafficking] (Daily Telegraph) 10/11/2004

  • Лікар Ющенка Корпан: У неділю вранці ми отримали дані про одужання Ющенка (Українська правда) 10/10/2004
  • Photo: Michael Zimpfer, director of the private Rudolfinerhaus hospital in Vienna, answers media question in Kiev, Ukraine's Boryspil airport late Sunday, Oct. 10, 2004. Zimpfer accompanied Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's opposition leader and top presidential candidate, on a trip home from Austria, where Yushchenko was treated for a mysterious illness which his allies had attributed to poisoning. (AP/Yahoo) 10/10/2004
  • Photo: This combination photo depicts Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's opposition leader and top presidential candidate, before and after his mysterious illness. On the left, Yushchenko is seen after he submitted his candidacy papers in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on July 4, 2004. On the right, Yushchenko, with his face disfigured by illness, is seen speaking to media as he arrived in Kiev's Boryspil airport late Sunday, Oct. 10, 2004. Yushchenko returned home from Austria, where he was treated for what his allies described as poisoning by his political opponents. (AP/Yahoo) 10/10/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's opposition leader and top presidential candidate, his face disfigured by a mysterious illness, approaches reporters (unseen) at Ukrainian capital Kiev's Boryspil airport late Sunday, Oct. 10, 2004. Yushchenko returned home from Austria, where he was treated for what his allies had attributed to poisoning by his political opponents. (AP/Yahoo) 10/10/2004
  • Farce and drama mix as election day nears in fierce Ukraine race (NYT/IHT) 10/10/2004
  • Деякi соцiологи застерiгають перед фальшивими екзит-полами (VOA) 10/10/2004
  • Ющенко повернувся в Україну (VOA) 10/10/2004
  • Кучма зустрiчався з Путiним (VOA) 10/10/2004
  • Scenes from Ukraine (Bloomington Herald-Times) 10/10/2004
  • Ukrainian heart girl back for more surgery [Oksana Oliynyk was born with a hole in her heart, and came to Edmonton in 2002 to have two valves replaced and one repaired.] (Edmonton Sun) 10/10/2004

  • Photo: People stand in lines for free porridge served up at a field kitchen during a rally in support of Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, one of main candidates for this month presidential vote, in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Oct. 9, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 10/09/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, listens to Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych in Novo-Ogaryovo, Russia, Putin's residence outside Moscow, Saturday, Oct. 9, 2004. The campaign for Ukraine's Oct. 31 vote to replace outgoing Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma has been tense, with top candidates Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych and opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko running neck and neck. (AP/Yahoo) 10/09/2004
  • Love bus catching on: Yet more remote villages resort to international matchmaking [Greek local authorities sending a busload of 40 unmarried villagers to the town of Vinnytsia, in central-western Ukraine, on Friday in search of local brides] (Kathimerini) 10/09/2004
  • Moscow 'Not Indifferent' To Ukrainian Presidential Vote (RFE/RL) 10/09/2004
  • Photo: Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, center, poses aboard the USS John F. Kennedy, Saturday, Oct. 9, 2004 in the Persian Gulf near Bahrain with his counterparts from 18 other countries considered allies in the war on terrorism. From left, Czech Republic's Karel Kuehnl, Bahrain's Khalifa bin Ahmed al Khalifa, Albania's Pandeli Majko, Latvia's Atis Slakteris, Macedonia's Vlado Buckovski, Qatar's unidentified defense minister, Romania's Joan Mircea Pascu, Lithuania's Linas Linkevicius, Rumsfeld, Estonia's Margus Hanson (hidden), Denmark's Soeren Gade, Iraq's Hazim al Sha'laan, Bulgaria's Nikolai Svinarov (hidden), Mongolia's Badarchiin Erdenebat, Georgia's Georgy Baramidze, Azerbaijan's Safar Abiyev, Poland's Jerzy Szmajdzinski, Hungary's Ferenc Juhasz (hidden), Ukraine's Oleksandr Kuzmuk. (AP/Yahoo) 10/09/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) and Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich speak as they meet in the presidential residence in Novo-Ogaryovo outside Moscow, October 9, 2004. Yanukovich is seen as Kuchma's chosen successor in the coming presidential polls (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/09/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma shake hands as they meet in the presidential residence in Novo-Ogaryovo outside Moscow, October 9, 2004. Putin met also with the Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, who is seen as Kuchma's chosen successor in the coming presidential polls. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/09/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (2nd R) gestures while speaking to Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (2nd L), Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich (R) and Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov (L) as they meet in the presidential residence in Novo-Ogaryovo outside Moscow, October 9, 2004. Putin met also with the Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, who is seen as Kuchma's chosen successor in the coming presidential polls. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/09/2004
  • Проти Ющенка було застосовано ендотоксини, вважає Микола Поліщук (Наша Україна) 10/09/2004
  • Photo: Two elderly women eat free porridge during a rally in support of Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, one of main candidates for this month presidential vote, in Kiev, Ukraine, on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 10/09/2004
  • The Report That Nails Saddam (NY Times) 10/09/2004
  • Rumsfeld Says More Troops May Be Asked For [Iraq] (AP/Yahoo) 10/09/2004
  • Rumsfeld: Iraq Security to Be Boosted Ahead of Poll (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/09/2004
  • Reds from the Tsars' cellars to go under the hammer [Massandra winery in the Crimea was built in the 19th century to supply the needs of the Tsars' court, now owned by the government of the Ukraine] (Daily Telegraph) 10/09/2004
  • Christian charity begins at home. Church members planning to house Kiev musicians (Arizona Republic) 10/09/2004
  • Medical body detects 200 fake docs ['MD physician' degree certificate from Kiev sent to the institute for verification turned out to be fake] (Times of India) 10/09/2004
  • Leavening of Culture, Identity, Civilization - Examples in Eurasian Traditions [In Crimea (and, borrowed from there, in Ukraine) haydamak was used.] (News Central Asia) 10/09/2004
  • Hard-hitting TV drama chronicles global sex trade [Trafficking] (London Free Press) 10/09/2004
  • Sick girl may face hasty trip back home [ Oksana Oliynyk could be sent home to Ukraine without receiving proper treatment following heart surgery] (Calgary Sun) 10/09/2004

  • Embassy Row: Captive nations still (Wash Times) 10/08/2004
  • Crimean Churches Pray for Yushchenko’s Health (RISU) 10/08/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma orders probe into poison charges [Yushchenko] (Reuters/AlertNet) 10/08/2004
  • Ukrainian politician 'poisoned with biological agent' [The doctors have requested the help of foreign experts to examine whether Yushchenko’s illness could be related to biological weapons toxins, Zimpfer said, but added there was no firm evidence of a link.] (Thomas Crosbie Media/IOL) 10/08/2004
  • [see BRAMA Arts page] MORE PHOTOS of models sporting outfits from the Autumn/Winter 2004/05 women's collection by Ukrainian designers during the 'Seasons of fashion' show in Kiev, October 7, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/08/2004
  • Photo: A model presents an outfit from the Autumn/Winter 2004/05 women's collection by Ukrainian designers Roksolana Bogutska, during the 'Seasons of fashion' show in Kiev, October 8, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/08/2004
  • Berlin Wall makes a reappearance [Alexandra Hildebrandt, Ukrainian-born head of the Checkpoint Charlie Museum and the project's initiator] (Financial Times) 10/08/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Prime Minister and a key candidate at the Oct 31 presidential elections Viktor Yanukovych speaks during an interview in Kiev in this Sept. 8, 2004 file photo. Chaos and suspicion reign in the final weeks of Ukraine's presidential race, overshadowing campaign issues in the contest for who will lead the strategically important country that alternately leans Westward and cultivates closer ties to Russia. Yanukovych's pledges that he will secure free and fair vote did little to convince Western governments including the United States, and the European Union, as well as international and domestic human rights groups, who have warned of possible fraud in the Oct. 31 balloting. (AP/Yahoo) 10/08/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, a key Ukrainian opposition candidate in the presidential vote this month, wipes his eye during a rally in Kiev, in this Sept. 18, 2004 file photo. In early September Yushchenko was hospitalized for what his allies attributed to poisoning by political opponents. Chaos and suspicion reign in the final weeks of Ukraine's presidential race, overshadowing campaign issues in the contest for who will lead the strategically important country that alternately leans Westward and cultivates closer ties to Russia. Balloting is on Oct.31. (AP/Yahoo) 10/08/2004
  • You can't go wrong. Cheuvront, Lujan, Komarnyckyj [neé Kurowyckyj, New York] best for District 15 (Arizona Republic) 10/08/2004
  • Мороз закликає штаб Ющенка припинити експлуатувати тему отруєння (Українська правда) 10/08/2004
  • Автор законопроекту про санкції проти Кучми Рорабахер: Мене сприйняли несерйозно? Побачимо, хто буде сміятися! (Українська правда) 10/08/2004
  • Austrian doctors cannot determine cause of Yuschenko's state worsening (Interfax-Moscow) 10/08/2004
  • Austrian police seizes from Vienna's hospital medial documents, Yuschenko's examination test results [Official appeal made for the documents Prosecutor General's Office, according to Interfax] (Interfax-Moscow) 10/08/2004
  • Лікар Януковича став консультантом у справі отруєння Ющенка (Наша Україна) 10/08/2004
  • Yanukovych’s doctor has become a consultant in the case of Yushchenko’s poisoning (Our Ukraine) 10/08/2004
  • Sex Traffic inspired by Soderbergh film [Trafficking] (Canadian Press) 10/08/2004
  • Monks' Jeep is delivered from theft (Cleveland Plain Dealer) 10/08/2004
  • 1,300 Oil Vouchers Begin to Tell Story. Hussein Courted A World of Nations, Firms, Individuals [Vouchers providing selective rights to buy Iraqi oil at a discount and to resell it for a huge profit, were provided to both mainstream and opposition political parties in countries such as Belarus, Russia, Ukraine and Yugoslavia] (Moscow) 10/08/2004
  • Поліція вилучила всі документи по хворобі Ющенка (Українська правда) 10/08/2004
  • Nearly half of Ukrainians believe Yushchenko really poisoned (Interfax-Russia) 10/08/2004
  • US will understand if Ukraine decides to withdraw peacekeepers from Iraq, says US ambassador (Interfax-Moscow) 10/08/2004
  • More suspects appear in Ukraine deal with Russia defence ministry. The number of people [not identified] in a so-called Timoshenko case could increase. [Itar-Tass] (Moscow) 10/08/2004
  • EC sees no contradiction between Ukraine's efforts to join EU and create CES (Interfax-Moscow) 10/08/2004
  • Посол США в Україні критикує елементи передвиборчої кампанії. Джон Гербст: ці політичні плакати ображають і американців, і українців (BBC Ukrainian) 10/08/2004
  • З'їзд за Януковича у Москві. Представники українських організацій за підтримки московської влади виступатимуть за Януковича (BBC Ukrainian) 10/08/2004
  • Eastern block party. When the food line forms, the early bird speaks Russian [“We are born in lines and raised in lines,” Ukrainian refugee Gennadly Zagreychuak says...] (Portland Tribune) 10/08/2004
  • Arrested immigrants go back to work (The Scotsman) 10/08/2004
  • DAILY TIMES EXCLUSIVE: Ukraine’s Borgia campaign — Elmar Brok, Toomas Ilves, And Charles Tannock [President Bush cannot promote democracy in Iraq by cynically sacrificing it in Ukraine. It must be made clear that regardless of Ukraine’s geopolitical importance, the West will not shy away from confronting it when democracy and fundamental human rights are threatened] (Pakistan Daily Times) 10/08/2004
  • 10/6/04 - PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN UKRAINE; The following is an editorial reflecting the views of the United States Government (VOA) 10/08/2004
  • Tales of Putin's boyhood emerge [He was due to celebrate with a party for visiting Ukrainian leaders.] (Independent) 10/08/2004
  • Russia pays fawning tribute to birthday boy 'Putin the First' [Yesterday (Putin) was thought to have had informal meetings in Moscow with the president and prime minister of Ukraine (Yanukovych).] (Independent) 10/08/2004
  • USDA detains Ukranian meat (Big News Network) 10/08/2004

  • Посол США в Українi нарiкає на «дикунське» використання американської символiки (VOA) 10/07/2004
  • Конгресмен Крис Смiт про вибори в Українi (VOA) 10/07/2004
  • Рiвень напруженостi в Українi – перебiльшений, вважають деякi експерти (VOA) 10/07/2004
  • Photo: A model sports an outfit from the Autumn/Winter 2004/05 women's collection by Ukrainian designers Tatyana Ivashchenko during the 'Seasons of fashion' show in Kiev, October 7, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/07/2004
  • Ukrainian Commission: 'No Evidence' Yushchenko Poisoned (RFE/RL) 10/07/2004
  • SBU Arrested Tsvil and Kravchenko in Lviv (AP/Yahoo) 10/07/2004
  • Лікарі - члени комісії ВР з вивчення обставин отруєння Ющенка назвали фальсифікацією даних виступ Сівковича (UNIAN) 10/07/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's top opposition presidential candidate, Viktor Yshchenko, with his disease-affected face, is seen on this photo taken in the capital Kiev Sept. 27, 2004. On Thursday, Oct. 7, 2004 Ukrainian parliament vice speaker, Oleksandr Zinchenko, read out a letter from an Austrian private hospital where Yushchenko is undergoing treatment, that said that the atypical course of the candidate's illness gives grounds to suspect the use of a biological weapon. Last month, Yushchenko was rushed to the Austrian hospital, and his allies claimed he was poisoned by political opponents. (AP/Yahoo) 10/07/2004
  • Отруєння Ющенка. Виступи Сергія Шевчука та Олександра Зінченка (Українська правда) 10/07/2004
  • Отруєння Ющенка. Виступ Володимира Сівковича (Українська правда) 10/07/2004
  • FSIS Recalls Ukrainian Products [undetermined amount of canned meat and poultry products that entered the country from Ukraine. Ukraine is not eligible to export meat, poultry or egg products into the U.S.] (High Plains Journal) 10/07/2004
  • [see BRAMA Arts page] MORE PHOTOS of models sporting outfits from the Autumn/Winter 2004/05 women's collection by Ukrainian designers during the 'Seasons of fashion' show in Kiev, October 7, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/07/2004
  • Ukrainian FM [Kostyantyn Gryschenko] denies press stifled ahead of presidential vote (AFP/Turkish Press) 10/07/2004
  • A huge failure of intelligence [Iraq] (BBC) 10/07/2004
  • Solana calls on Ukraine for holding free and fair ballot (Interfax) 10/07/2004
  • Heads of Christian Churches of Ukraine Discuss Elections (RISU) 10/07/2004
  • Ukraine cannot withdraw its peacekeepers from Iraq unilaterally, says Kuzmuk (Interfax) 10/07/2004
  • CIA discloses who's who of Saddam's alleged bribes [...Russian ultranationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky and his Liberal Democratic Party, the Russian presidential office, the Russian Foreign Ministry, the Ukraine Community Party, the Ukraine Socialist Party...] (Reuters/AlertNet) 10/07/2004
  • Ukraine and the Culture of Democracy (UNIAN) 10/07/2004
  • Kuchma congratulates Putin on (52) birthday (Interfax) 10/07/2004
  • Photo: September 2004 photo shows general view of the constraction of a canal in the Danube delta, not far from the Vilkove village. Dozens of environmentalist organisations from the European Union, Russia and Ukraine urged Kiev to close a controversial canal in the Danube delta that was inaugurated just over a month ago. (AFP/Yahoo) 10/07/2004
  • Environmentalists urge Ukraine to close controversial Danube delta canal (AFP/Yahoo) 10/07/2004
  • Ukrainian dumping [Hungary's second longest river the Tisza (596km) continues to remain one of the most troubled in Europe, receiving communal waste, chemicals and other hazardous pollutants via incoming rivers from Slovakia, Ukraine and Romania.] (Budapest Sun) 10/07/2004
  • Taking a taxi to harm reduction in Ukraine [Drugs, HIV/AIDS] (Reuters/AlertNet) 10/07/2004
  • U.S. Cerebral Palsy Patients Find Cutting-Edge Treatment in Ukraine (PRNewswire) 10/07/2004
  • Murder inquiry 'breached the law' [The international inquiry on the murder of Ukrainian web journalist Gyorgy Gongadze has issued a memorandum to the European Commission, urging it to launch a new inquiry.] (Jounalism) 10/07/2004
  • Will Ukraine's ZAZ offer ailing FSO a financial tow? (Warsaw Business Journal) 10/07/2004
  • Ukrainian Ambassador to Canada discusses prospects for Canadian investments Ukrainian agriculture (Interfax) 10/07/2004
  • Hryschenko supports development of direct ties between Ukraine's, Latvia's regions and cities (Interfax) 10/07/2004
  • Four face deportation after trafficking blitz [one Ukrainian over-stayer] (Edinburgh Evening News) 10/07/2004
  • Going anywhere nice this year? [see Chernobyl] (BBC) 10/07/2004
  • Mutiny on the Atlantica: Captain wouldn't give Ukrainian crewmen their wages, so they took his ship (New Times) 10/07/2004
  • Hurricane terrifies couple on dream wedding holiday [sp. Oksana] (ic Berkshire) 10/07/2004
  • Louise Nevelson, Finding Her Way [She was born Louise Berliawsky in Kiev, in the Ukraine...died in 1988 at age 88.] (Wash Post) 10/07/2004
  • Everything Is Illuminated, Not! Book distorts history by omitting crucial facts, including an important link to the Czech Republic (Prague Post) 10/07/2004
  • Postmarks From the Edge. Flitting From Odessa to Paris to Geneva and On [Argentine author Edgardo Cozarinsky] (Forward) 10/07/2004
  • Dancers delight with colorful choreography [Virsky Ukrainian National Dance Company] (eTruth) 10/07/2004
  • Police bust a gang of luxury car thieves [Ukrainian gangsters in Dubai] (Khaleej Times) 10/07/2004
  • Hacker attempted to steal $1,000,000 [~5’000’000 Ukraine Hrivnas] from account of Custom House (Computer Crime Research Center) 10/07/2004
  • Boy collapses during gym, dies [Daniil Strelnikov, 11, native Ukrainian-speaking student] (Oregonian) 10/07/2004
  • US protesting against use of its symbols in Ukrainian election campaign (Interfax) 10/07/2004

  • In the elder tree garden… Notes about the newspaper 'Chas Ukrajiny' that recently started coming out in Moscow -/- На городі бузина…(Нотатки про газету 'Час України', яка нещодавно почала виходити у Москві) (BRAMA) 10/06/2004
  • Internews Ukraine Produces Educational Video on Elections (Internews) 10/06/2004
  • Виявлено новi анти-ющенкiвськi агiтки (VOA) 10/06/2004
  • Суперечливi соцiологiчнi данi про рейтинги провiдних кандидатiв (VOA) 10/06/2004
  • Результати нового монiторингу Комiтету виборцiв України (VOA) 10/06/2004
  • Вибори! Камо грядеши, Україно? Нотатки російського професора про виборну кампанію в Україні (Кобза) 10/06/2004
  • Moldova: Young Women From Rural Areas Vulnerable To Human Trafficking (RFE/RL) 10/06/2004
  • Second Round Almost Certain In Ukraine [2004 presidential elections] (CPOD) 10/06/2004
  • Sixty-Five Percent of Ukrainians Believe Presidential Election Campaign Has Been Unfair (UNIAN) 10/06/2004
  • Ukrainian parliament extends ban on sale of [agricultural] land till 2008 [Itar-Tass] (Moscow) 10/06/2004
  • Vilniaus Bankas buys controlling stake in Ukrainian financial institution [90 percent of Ukrainia's Agio Bank] (Baltic Times) 10/06/2004
  • Iraq Lacked Weapons or Nuclear Program, CIA Says (Update3) [Suppliers from Ukraine sold Iraq conventional weapons technology in violation of United Nations resolutions.] (Bloomberg) 10/06/2004
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko (C) arrives with his son Alexander (R) at the Philip Burton Federal Courthouse in San Francisco, October 6, 2004. Despite conviction on charges of fraud and money laundering, Lazarenko will remain a free man for now as a Federal judge reviews his request for a new trial. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/06/2004
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko (R) arrives with his son Alexander at the Philip Burton Federal Courthouse in San Francisco, October 6, 2004. Despite conviction on charges of fraud and money laundering, Lazarenko will remain a free man for now as a Federal judge reviews his request for a new trial. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/06/2004
  • Photo: A model presents an outfit from the Autumn/Winter 2004/05 women's collection by Ukrainian designer Oleksiy Zalevsky during the 'Seasons of fashion' show in Kiev, October 6, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/06/2004
  • Photo: A model presents an outfit from the Autumn/Winter 2004/05 women's collection by Ukrainian designer Oleksiy Zalevsky during the 'Seasons of fashion' show in Kiev, October 6, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/06/2004
  • Photo: A model presents an outfit from the Autumn/Winter 2004/05 women's collection by Ukrainian designer Oleksiy Zalevsky during the 'Seasons of fashion' show in Kiev, October 6, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/06/2004
  • Photo: A model presents an outfit from the Autumn/Winter 2004/05 women's collection by Ukrainian designer Oleksiy Zalevsky during the 'Seasons of fashion' show in Kiev, October 6, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/06/2004
  • Photo: A model presents an outfit from the Autumn/Winter 2004/05 women's collection by Ukrainian designer Viktor Anissimov during the 'Seasons of fashion' show in Kiev, October 6, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/06/2004
  • IFC to lend $35 mln to private Ukrainian businesses (Interfax) 10/06/2004
  • Photo: A model presents an outfit from the Autumn/Winter 2004/05 women's collection by Ukrainian designer Viktor Anissimov during the 'Seasons of fashion' show in Kiev, October 6, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/06/2004
  • Dunaferr privatization reaches completion [From 10/4/04 - Donbass Industrial Association has gained a 79.48% stake in Dunaferr Rt; buyer is a consortium of Ukrainian steel firm Donbass Inc., Russian metallurgy firm Altchevsky Metallurgy Inc., Swiss firm Duferco International Trading Co. and Liechtenstein-registered project company Kundax AG.] (Budapest Business Journal) 10/06/2004
  • Gangmaster blitz in city [human trafficking: Half of those held (some were fruit pickers from Eastern Europe) as suspected illegal immigrants were male and half female, their ages ranged from mid-teens to mid-50s. They were from Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Russia and the Ukraine.] (The Scotsman) 10/06/2004
  • CORRECTED-Ukraine opposition leader poisoned [image published on Sept 17 was incorrect] [Yushchenko] (Reuters) 10/06/2004
  • Photo: Reuters' first mistake Caption: Ukrainian opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko (pictured) is in a Vienna hospital recovering from what his supporters say appears to be an attempt on his life by political enemies who poisoned him. [Photo is actually PM Yanukovych] (Reuters) 10/06/2004
  • Ukrainian coalition claims Reuters published report about Yushchenko's diagnosis based on falsified press release [From 10/4/04] (Our Ukraine) 10/06/2004
  • Opinion Poll Shows 4.9% Gap Between [frontrunner] Yushchenko and Yanukovych in First Round, 5.4% in Second Round (UNIAN) 10/06/2004
  • What Happens After the Ukrainian Presidential Election? - Paul D'Anieri (UNIAN) 10/06/2004
  • AeroSvit Ukrainian Airlines Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary [Passenger and Cargo Carrier Plans To Construct New Terminal In Kyiv's Boryspil International Airport and Expand Transatlantic Service] (BusinessWire) 10/06/2004
  • Omaha group sells dairy firm [FoodMaster, sold to to Groupe Lactalis of Laval, France, operates seven production plants in Kazakhstan, Moldova and Ukraine, and employs 2,300.] (Omaha.com) 10/06/2004
  • Kerry says Franco-German troops unlikely (Wash Times) 10/06/2004
  • Economic indicators - Ukraine - Oct 6 (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/06/2004
  • Shooting From the Hip: A passion for belly dancing helps this CEO shake off stress. [Zhena Muzyka was known as 'the queen of the Gypsies' in her Ukrainian town because she owned not one but two cows.] (AP/Yahoo) 10/06/2004
  • Ukraine boast strongest man in the world [Atanas Kobryn column] (Sun-Herald) 10/06/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine-born fashion designer Stella Cadente, left, acknowledges applause after the presentation of her spring-summer 2005 ready-to-wear fashion collection, Wednesday Oct.6, 2004 in Paris (AP/Yahoo) 10/06/2004
  • Заява з приводу незаконного виготовлення друкарнею “Новий друк” передвиборчої продукції (CVU) 10/06/2004
  • Militia Sealed Up Storehouse of 'Expocenter Ukrayiny', Where Anti-Yushchenko Printings Were Found (UNIAN) 10/06/2004
  • [Kyiv's Russian Club] CIS experts warn of danger of Georgian-style revolt in Ukraine (Interfax) 10/06/2004
  • Yanukovych says he wants to restore people's trust in authorities (Interfax) 10/06/2004
  • Yanukovych, Solana discuss election situation in Ukraine (Interfax) 10/06/2004
  • Yanukovych wants to pass 2005 budget before election [wants increase in welfare payments fixed in the budget ahead of the poll; national budget for 2004 passed on November 27 last year.] (Interfax) 10/06/2004
  • Banks' interest rates [17%] match Ukraine's economic condition, says Yatseniuk (Interfax) 10/06/2004
  • A mere tenth of real estate in Ukraine bought on credit - Justice Ministry (Interfax) 10/06/2004

  • Congress passes resolution warning Ukraine to hold free and fair elections (BRAMA) 10/05/2004
  • Під головуванням Постійного представника України при ООН В.Кучинського розпочав роботу Третій комітет Генеральної Асамблеї ООН (BRAMA) 10/05/2004
  • Great Egg-spectations: absurd politics in Ukraine FOTO/S (BRAMA) 10/05/2004
  • Military on parade in Parliament [South African Defence Force charters planes from the Ukraine to transport troops and equipment] (Business Day) 10/05/2004
  • 'He was my best friend' [Obasi was of Ukrainian, Nigerian and Canadian descent.] (Alberta Daily Herald Tribune) 10/05/2004
  • Expert details problem of human trafficking (NJ Independent) 10/05/2004
  • Ukrainian Population Likely to Reduce to 45 Million by 2015 - Forecast [47.047 million today] (UNIAN) 10/05/2004
  • U.S. Says OSCE Commitments on Elections Can Be Strengthened [Gavin Helf: The pre-election environment in Ukraine has already been decidedly problematic and is of great concern to the United States.] (USDOS) 10/05/2004
  • EU Sees Russia Backsliding on Democracy (Reuters) 10/05/2004
  • Reuters Dismisses Its Previous Information that Yushchenko Poisoning Could Be Ruled Out (UNIAN) 10/05/2004
  • VR inquiry commission on Yuschenko's poisoning theorizes acute viral infection (Interfax) 10/05/2004
  • Almost 70% of Ukrainians plan to vote in presidential election, poll indicates (Interfax) 10/05/2004
  • US House of Representatives to approve resolution on Ukrainian election - Voice of America (Interfax) 10/05/2004
  • Embassy Row: Warning Ukraine (Wash Times) 10/05/2004
  • On Campus for Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2004: “On the Upcoming Presidential Elections of Ukraine” by assistant professor Viktor Susak, chair of History and Theory of Sociology at the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. (University Daily Kansan) 10/05/2004
  • Economics Minister Mykola Derkach meets with representatives of [US] State Department, World Bank, Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (Interfax) 10/05/2004
  • Putin blasts double standards in global fight against terror (PTI) 10/05/2004
  • Interfax-Ukraine first to issue round-the-clock news in Russian (Interfax) 10/05/2004
  • Secretary General of Iraqi Defense Ministry arrives in Ukraine (Interfax) 10/05/2004
  • Strange delays around launch of PGNiG-NAK pipeline [from Hrubieszow in Poland to Ustilug in Ukraine] (Warsaw Business Journal) 10/05/2004
  • British investors mainly buy Naftohaz Ukrayiny Eurobonds (Interfax) 10/05/2004
  • Denmark has commercial stake in Ukraine - Foreign Ministry (Interfax) 10/05/2004
  • Heady growth but carbonates fail to fizz [kvas] (Just-Drinks) 10/05/2004
  • Google Announces 50 Google Code Jam Finalists; Programmers from Around the World to Compete in Finals at Google Headquarters [Alexander Grushetsky, Kiev, Ukraine] (Business Wire) 10/05/2004
  • From Ukraine with love: Couple invests nearly a year, more than $20,000 in overseas adoption (NWI Times) 10/05/2004
  • A dream fulfilled: Peace Corps mission at 65 inspires 'Late-Blooming' book (Louisville Courier-Journal) 10/05/2004
  • Photo: The staircase leading, of Virginia and Robert Lempa's home in Lakewood, is complimented with rot iron and was shipped from the Ukraine. (Northwest Herald) 10/05/2004
  • Couple finds their own little Italy [A circular stairwell, built in the Ukraine, leads to the downstairs game room and bar...] (Northwest Herald) 10/05/2004
  • One Hundred Ways to Appreciate Life [My grandfather Avrum grew up in the Ukraine at the end of the 19th century in a village, between Kiev and Odessa.] (Albuquerque Journal) 10/05/2004
  • Палата представникiв Конгресу США одноголосно ухвалила резолюцiю про вибори в Українi (VOA) 10/05/2004
  • Вступати до Євросоюзу буде важче. Нові умови для нових кандидатів на членство в ЄС будуть жорсткішими (BBC Ukrainian) 10/05/2004
  • Orchestra's salt mine debut (Guardian) 10/05/2004
  • Lonely Greek farmers take love bus abroad (Mail and Guardian) 10/05/2004
  • Goss Pick Withdraws From CIA Consideration [Michael V. Kostiw withdrew from consideration yesterday as CIA executive director, the third-ranking position at the agency, after it was publicly disclosed that he had resigned from the agency under pressure more than 20 years ago.] (Wash Post) 10/05/2004

  • Exercise your right to vote - Ukraine's presidential election on 31 October (BRAMA) 10/04/2004
  • Philadelphia to host Ukrainian stage and screen star Bohdan Stupka POSTER (BRAMA) 10/04/2004
  • Генпрокуратура про справу отруєння Ющенка (VOA) 10/04/2004
  • Українськi вибори: погляд з Москви (VOA) 10/04/2004
  • Пiдписнi листи кандидатiв пiдробленi, твердять громадськi органiзацiї (VOA) 10/04/2004
  • Daughters Of The Ukraine [See video 'Ukrainian orphans adopted'] (WOWT) 10/04/2004
  • ПАРЄ бачить недоліки. Представники ПАРЄ кажуть, що українські вибори можуть не відповідати стандартам тієї організації (BBC Ukrainian) 10/04/2004
  • Українськi вибори - на порядку денному в Конгресi США (VOA) 10/04/2004
  • У Києвi поширюється компромат на Ющенка (VOA) 10/04/2004
  • Former U.S. Ambassadors from Republican and Democratic Administrations Endorse Kerry [William G. Miller, Ambassador to Ukraine (1993-96)] (US Newswire/Yahoo) 10/04/2004
  • Undecided Constituency: How can Ukrainian citizens take part in the presidential election if they are abroad on election day? (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/04/2004
  • Equation With Two Unknown Quantities [When it became known that Igor Smeshko and Viktor Yushchenko had met, the rumors about the SBU chief’s imminent dismissal became louder and louder...] (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/04/2004
  • The Presidential Race: To Be Decided In One Round? (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/04/2004
  • The Premier’s Three Wishes [Yanukovych] (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/04/2004
  • Foreign Minister [Hryschenko] goes on Baltic-Scandinavian tour (Interfax) 10/04/2004
  • Russian and Ukrainian interior ministries to focus on joint economic crimes' solution (Interfax) 10/04/2004
  • Indicators - Ukraine - Oct 4 (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/04/2004
  • STOP Initiative Targets Piracy, Counterfeit Trade [U.S. government imposed $75 million in trade sanctions on Ukraine for its failure to take action against violations of intellectual property rights.] (USDOS) 10/04/2004
  • Counterfeiting, Organized Piracy Targeted by U.S. Agencies (USDOS) 10/04/2004
  • Donbas, a heavy industry giant from Ukraine, is eyeing up the 'Czestochowa' steelworks (Warsaw Business Journal) 10/04/2004
  • Gilat Announces Lottery Agreement with Ukrainian National Lottery (Business Wire) 10/04/2004
  • India To Conduct Anti-Dumping Probe Into Citric Acid Imports [investigations against the import of citric acid from China, Korea and Ukraine] (Yahoo) 10/04/2004
  • Shed Light on Freedom [On my first day working for the American Anti-Slavery Group this summer, I found myself celebrating Ukrainian Independence Day...] (Tufts Daily) 10/04/2004
  • Ukraine celebrates 'festival of lard' (BBC) 10/04/2004
  • Chief Sefardic Rabbi of Israel Conducts Wedding in Central Ukraine (FJC) 10/04/2004
  • CIA's new number three withdraws following report of past misconduct [Michael Kostiw] (AFP/Yahoo) 10/04/2004
  • Senior CIA Appointee Withdraws Over Shoplifting [Michael Kostiw] (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/04/2004
  • Doubts Expressed About Potential for Free and Fair Presidential Election in Ukraine (RFE/RL) 10/04/2004
  • Poland Leaders Aim to Pull Iraq Troops [ Separately, Ukrainian authorities released a letter in which Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Barham Salih asked the former Soviet republic not to withdraw its troops, saying the foreign forces were needed in Iraq to 'face the ongoing reality of global terrorism.'] (AP/Yahoo) 10/04/2004
  • Iraq asks Ukraine not to reduce peacekeeper numbers (Interfax) 10/04/2004
  • Yushchenko Agrees to Take Part in Televised Debating Only with Yanukovych or His Official Spokesman - Yushchenko's Headquarters (UNIAN) 10/04/2004
  • Ukrainian diaspora exercises its political muscle [Canada's public worries about the fairness of the current presidential election welcomed by most Canadian-Ukrainians, even though it irritated the government in Kiev] (Globe and Mail) 10/04/2004
  • Kiev protests Canada's comments. Envoy to Ukraine fuels diplomatic row with talk of 'unfair' election coverage (Globe and Mail) 10/04/2004
  • Autocephalous Orthodox Head Supports Yanukovych Candidacy (RISU) 10/04/2004
  • Pavlovskiy team squeezing open support to Yanukovych out of Putin, says Russian political scientist (Interfax) 10/04/2004
  • Ющенка чекають з лікарні; Від імені австрійської лікарні, де лікують кандидата на президентську посаду Віктора Ющенка, оприлюднено заяву, в якій названо неправдивим минулотижневе повідомлення агенції Рейтар, де йшлося про відсутність підтверджень отруєння українського політика. (BBC Ukrainian) 10/04/2004
  • Reuters News Agency Said to Use Fake Document in Its September 28 News Story About Vienna Hospital's Statement on Viktor Yushchenko's Illness (UNIAN) 10/04/2004
  • Hospital retracts statement on Ukraine candidate [Yushchenko] [Hospital retracted a statement dismissing allegations he was poisoned, but also said it had no evidence to back them up.] (Reuters/AlertNet) 10/04/2004
  • “I Have Always Feared For Viktor, But I Never Even Imagined that his Enemies Would Carry it this Far” [Yushchenko] (Дзеркало Тижня) 10/04/2004
  • 139 Old Master drawings looted by the Nazis from Rotterdam collector Franz Koenigs have been returned to The Netherlands by the Ukrainian government. (Big News Network) 10/04/2004
  • Billionaire turned activist takes aim at Bush (The Age) 10/04/2004
  • On this day: 2001 – A Ukrainian anti-aircraft missile brings down a Russian airliner over the Black Sea, killing all 78 people on board. (Advertiser) 10/04/2004

  • No. 3 CIA Pick Was Caught Shoplifting-US Paper [Michael Kostiw] (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/03/2004
  • Bitter campaign roils democracy (Wash Times) 10/03/2004
  • New director moves swiftly to put own team in at CIA [Michael Kostiw] (AFP/Yahoo) 10/03/2004
  • США закликають уряд України провести чеснi вибори (VOA) 10/03/2004
  • Затримали друкарню, що друкувала компромат на Ющенка (VOA) 10/03/2004
  • Goss Choice Quit CIA In 1982 Under Fire [Michael Kostiw] (Wash Post) 10/03/2004
  • Photo: A 280 meter deep salt mine is converted into a concert hall for a performance by the Donetsk Symphony orchestra, in the town of Soledar, some 400 km (250 miles) east of the Ukrainian capital Kiev, Oct. 2, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 10/03/2004
  • Underground debut for Ukraine orchestra (BBC News) 10/03/2004
  • Conundrum In Ukranian Elections (Baltimore Jewish Times) 10/03/2004
  • Thailand to provide cheap anti-AIDS drugs to 300,000 people (AFP/Yahoo) 10/03/2004
  • Lonely Greek men board love bus [Some 40 Greek males from a village in the region of Zacharo will take what they describe as a love bus to the Ukraine in the hope of finding women who will marry them.] (Yahoo) 10/03/2004
  • How foolish Khrushchev nearly started World War III [Book] (Wash Times) 10/03/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Ukrainian forward Andriy Shevchenko celebrates his second goal, congratulated by Brazilian teammate Kaka, during their Italian Serie A football match against Reggina at San Siro stadium in Milan (AFP/Yahoo) 10/03/2004
  • Klitschko beats Williamson on points as head butt stops fight (AFP/Yahoo) 10/03/2004
  • Klitschko scrapes through (BBC Sport) 10/03/2004
  • Miners in Tutus [Russian photographer Arsen Savadov somehow persuaded Ukrainian miners to put on tutus, headdresses and sometimes nothing at all and model for him in the caves where they work. The resulting photographs are dark and hellish scenes in black and white, but in color the strapping miners look like bold creatures in strange fantasy lands. Kashya Hildebrand, 531-539 West 25th Street. (Through Oct. 23.)] (NY Times) 10/03/2004
  • The 'Paper' Chase [...the guests coming in and out of the Ukrainian Institute were an outre conga line of gender illusionists and fashion freaks...] (NY Times) 10/03/2004
  • Travel: Finding Kiev (MSNBC) 10/03/2004
  • East to West [...Vasily Doroshchuk learned in the middle of the night in 1989 that his family was fleeing the Ukraine as religious refugees when his father woke him to pack.] (Tri-City Herald) 10/03/2004
  • Pilgrim George: A Journey of Faith (Pittsburgh Valley News) 10/03/2004
  • Toy show a model event (Winnipeg Sun) 10/03/2004

  • Photo: A 280 meter deep salt mine is converted into a concert hall for a performance by the Donetsk Symphony Orchestra in the town of Soledar (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/02/2004
  • Lonely villagers pin hope on bus (Kathimerini) 10/02/2004
  • Double dose of Tchaikovsky [Pianist Alexander Slobodyanik, soprano Oksana Krovytska, pianist Larissa Krupa] (NJ Star-Ledger) 10/02/2004
  • Photo: Donetsk Symphony Orchestra performs during a concert held in a 280 meter deep salt mine in the town of Soledar (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/02/2004

  • International Inquiry Calls for Council of Europe to Act Over Gongadze Case (IFJ) 10/01/2004
  • Заклик до протидiї виборчим порушенням (VOA) 10/01/2004
  • В Українi говорять, що вибори можуть зiрвати (VOA) 10/01/2004
  • Magnificent Anglo-French entente [Putrov] (Daily Telegraph) 10/01/2004
  • US criticizes lack of impartiality in Ukraine vote (AFP/Yahoo) 10/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Americans urged to support H.R. 5102: Ukraine Democracy and Fair Elections Act of 2004 ACTION ITEM (BRAMA) 10/01/2004
  • Where in the U.S.A. are all the Ukrainians Americans? (BRAMA) 10/01/2004
  • U.S. Calls on Ukraine to Make Election Fair, Transparent (USDOS) 10/01/2004
  • Obit: Nykolaj Kosowych (Register-News) 10/01/2004
  • Op-ed: Oksana Dugert ['Women do nothing for their families. The husbands do everything - the women just work abroad and send money back to their families, said Mr Oleh Solodenko (30) from Ternopil.' ... Ukrainian men, unable to fulfill their traditional role as breadwinner, are not reconciled to the new gender equations.] (Navhind Times) 10/01/2004
  • Kononov officially quits presidential campaign [1 drops out of race; 24 presidential candidates left] (Interfax) 10/01/2004
  • An American dream comes true for Johnson City family [The Prokhnevskiy family from Ukraine qualify for a home through Habitat for Humanity, program supported by Jimmy Carter since 1984] (Elizabethton Star) 10/01/2004
  • 'Ковбойська пелька' для двох [“Яра” у Києві] (Потяг 76) 10/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Bookseller Is Neo-Nazi (Baltimore Jewish Times) 10/01/2004
  • Photos catch Red's true colors [Ukrainian artist Boris Mikhailov] (Boston Herald) 10/01/2004
  • Ukraine : Omaks International produces scented tights (Fibre2fashion) 10/01/2004
  • The leading men: Hot and 'Cole' [see: Top comic actor cruises along at Mock-1 - Dmitry Chepovetsky was born in the Ukraine] (Playbill) 10/01/2004
  • Hot time in Huntsville: No one hurt when charter bus catches fire [carrying members of the Virsky Ukranian National Dance Company, which was en route to a show south of Houston.] (Huntsville Item) 10/01/2004
  • The Bolshoi Ballet spices up its US tour with a departure [The theater recently appointed a young director who has not grown up amid the political intrigues of backstage Bolshoi life and has spent the past 10 years dancing in the West. Ukrainian Alexei Ratmansky trained at the Bolshoi School, but has danced first with the Kiev State Ballet...] (CS Monitor) 10/01/2004
  • Father’s deep memories live on in son’s art [Any student of John Klassen’s work would immediately recognize the figure as a Kobzar, a Ukrainian folk minstrel traditionally credited with sacred, healing powers.] (Lima News) 10/01/2004
  • Першi дебати мiж президентом Бушем i сенатором Керрi (VOA) 10/01/2004
  • Вiктор Ющенко знову лiкується в Австрiї (VOA) 10/01/2004
  • Штаб Януковича про хворобу Ющенка (VOA) 10/01/2004
  • US criticizes lack of impartiality in Ukraine vote (AFP/Yahoo) 10/01/2004
  • Photo: US Ambassador to Ukraine John Herbst said that US, Canada, and Europe have repeatedly expressed their concern about the conduct of the Ukrainian presidential campaign, and accused officials of intimidating voters. (AFP/Yahoo) 10/01/2004
  • State of emergency can't disrupt Ukraine's elections - Lytvyn (Interfax-Russia) 10/01/2004
  • CEC planning [hopes] to set up additional polling stations for Ukrainians living abroad (Interfax) 10/01/2004
  • Yuschenko brings action against premier's spokeswoman for spreading false information (Interfax) 10/01/2004
  • Another criminal case of attack on Ukrainian PM opened ['Egg attack' now reported as 'Several hard objects, including an egg, were thrown at Yanukovych hitting him in the head and chest'] (Interfax-Russia) 10/01/2004
  • Analysis: Ukrainian Premier Survives Egg Attack (RFE/RL) 10/01/2004
  • Deputies against law on guarantees to Ukraine ex-presidents [It is proposed, among other things, that a former president should be immune from prosecution for suspected offenses he committed in carrying out his presidential duties and that parliamentary approval should be necessary for prosecuting him for suspected offenses he committed outside his term of presidential office.] (Interfax-Russia) 10/01/2004
  • Danube-Black Sea canal building will continue after environmental impact analysis - Hryschenko (Interfax) 10/01/2004
  • Vatican criticises Iraq war [Ukraine against refugee camps] (Straits Times) 10/01/2004
  • Ukraine's future on the line (Jane's Intelligence Digest) 10/01/2004
  • Mary Anastasia O'Grady: Venezuela?s oil-for- migs program [Sept. 16 Jane's Intelligence Digest claimed that 'negotiations are underway for Ukraine to supply more sensitive and strategically important military equipment to both Cuba and Venezuela.'] (Petroleum World) 10/01/2004
  • Ukraine wants Russia to abrogate registration of Ukrainians (Kazinform) 10/01/2004
  • EC has not offered Ukraine to create camps for Chechen refugees, statement (Interfax) 10/01/2004
  • The return of the one-room schoolhouse [Navigation in the Web has become the essential skill which can be compared to the old ability to read and understand text (From 9/29/04)] (Swampscott Reporter) 10/01/2004
  • Natl. bank forecasts up to 9% inflation in 2004 (Interfax) 10/01/2004
  • NBU amends mechanism of official hryvnia rate calculation (Interfax) 10/01/2004
  • Ukraine demands explanation of US sanctions [slapped on a Ukrainian company allegedly for selling arms and military technology to Iran] (Iranmania) 10/01/2004
  • German envoys to Albania in corruption probe [Earlier this year the German embassy in Kiev was the focus of an investigation that centred on one staffer.] (Expatica) 10/01/2004
  • 2006 U.S. Visa Lottery Opens in November (USDOS) 10/01/2004
  • A look at Iraq war casualties as of Oct 01, 2004: 1059 members of the U.S. military (7032 wounded); Ukrainian: 9; Polish: 13; Iraqi civilians: 12976-15033. (Iraq Coalition Casualties) 10/01/2004
  • Barber cuts losses and admits bribery attempt [Edward 'Scissorhands' Tuchinsky's lawyer told the court his client was a hard-working migrant from Ukraine, a country where, 'as a matter of public record, corruption with officialdom is an almost accepted way of life'.] (The Age) 10/01/2004
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