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  • The old bear is stirring again in Ukraine, and it's wearing Putin's face. Putin believes in the rule of a grim elite who will protect Russia from the corrupt West (The Times) 11/30/2004
  • 'Countdown with Keith Olbermann': The electoral crisis in the Ukraine threatening to escalate out of control. (MSNBC) 11/30/2004
  • Is Kuchma's Proposal For New Vote A Bid To Sideline Yushchenko? (RFE/RL) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine opposition ups pressure (BBC) 11/30/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine's Soviet Past and Uncertain Democratic Future (NPR) 11/30/2004
  • [AUDIO] Opposition Leaders Quit Talks on Ukraine Vote (NPR) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine State TV Workers Switching Sides (AP/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Putin's Warning Appears Aimed for U.S. (AP/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Glen Spey – Local Ukrainians watch and hope for a free nation (Times Herald-Record) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine Unrest Worries Barcelona Soccer (AP/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Publisher distributes free online copy of 'Beheaded, the killing of a journalist' by JV Koshiw, indictment of Ukraine's President Kuchma (Website) 11/30/2004
  • Ukrainian-Americans Hopeful About Election [Adrian Hevryk, Alex Motyl, Askold Lozynsky] (AP/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Ends Compromise Talks (AP/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Viktor Yushchenko: Ukraine's Rebellious Wonk. Why does the West want this candidate for Ukraine? (Time) 11/30/2004
  • OSCE Media Representative concerned over harassment of media outlets in Ukraine (OSCE) 11/30/2004
  • OSCE Secretary General Jan Kubis will travel to Ukraine on Wednesday (OSCE) 11/30/2004
  • Парламент ухвалює суперечливе рішення щодо виборів (VOA) 11/30/2004
  • The radicals with vested interest in orange victory (Guardian) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine parliament ends session without passing no confidence vote (AFX/III) 11/30/2004
  • The anxious wait at Kiev's courts (BBC) 11/30/2004
  • Poll wrangling paralyses Ukraine. Ukraine's parliament has ended a debate on the presidential poll crisis without adopting a motion of no-confidence in Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych. (BBC) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine Youth Group Mobilized for Demonstrations [PORA] (NPR) 11/30/2004
  • AUDIO: Ukraine Election Analysis [with Taras Kuzio] (NPR) 11/30/2004
  • AUDIO: Ukrainians Await Court Decision on Election [with Petro Koshukov, co-founder of 'Znaio,' a voter education project in Ukraine] (NPR) 11/30/2004
  • Ukrainian PM faces no-confidence vote (AFP/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Editorial: Spectre of a split (Financial Times) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine premier isolated as Russia warns of violence (Financial Times) 11/30/2004
  • New poll proposed to resolve Ukraine stand-off (Financial Times) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine's president proposes fresh election (Financial Times) 11/30/2004
  • Diplomatic courtesies barely conceal EU preference for new poll (Financial Times) 11/30/2004
  • UOC-Moscow Patriarchate Orthodox Parish in Kyiv Prays in Support of Yanukovych (RISU) 11/30/2004
  • Faithful at Monastery of the Caves will be Asked to Remove “Party” Symbols (RISU) 11/30/2004
  • Faithful in Eastern Regions of Ukraine Pray for Unity (RISU) 11/30/2004
  • Canadian diaspora joins orange campaign (Financial Times) 11/30/2004
  • Letter: Eastern voters need positive message (Financial Times) 11/30/2004
  • Ukrainian-Americans push for pro-West leader (Macomb Daily) 11/30/2004
  • ‘I hope that democracy will win' (Corvallis Gazette-Times) 11/30/2004
  • Ukranian MJC alumna leading protest in Kiev (Modesto Bee) 11/30/2004
  • Ukrainian immigrants in Maine react to political crisis (Foster's) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine's Stolen election (NY Post) 11/30/2004
  • Yushchenko calls on Ukrainian govt to resign (Interfax-Russia) 11/30/2004
  • Ukrainian Lawmakers Hold Debate on No-Confidence Vote (Update3) (Bloomberg) 11/30/2004
  • Protesters Try to Enter Ukraine Parliament (AP/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Protesters Push Through Fence at Ukraine Parliament (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Press sees Moscow hand in Ukraine crisis (BBC) 11/30/2004
  • Report: Putin Rejects Foreign Pressure (AP/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Putin to Respect New Ukraine Election -- Germany (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine's Isolated PM Repeats Offer to Opposition (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine's parliament begins emergency session (AFP/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Polish Premier Says EU Neglected Ukraine for Too Long (Update2) (Bloomberg) 11/30/2004
  • Ukrainian central bank limits dollar purchases to support hryvna (AFX/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Limits imposed on Ukrainian banks [Ukraine's central bank has imposed limits on how many dollars customers can buy to reduce the risk of a run on the country's currency, the hryvna.] (BBC) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Ends Compromise Talks (AP/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine opposition breaks off talks, resumes blockade (AFP/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian deputies and supporters backing opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko try to prevent two other supporters from entering the parliament hall in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Ukrainian Opposition Reportedly Pulls Out of Talks (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine compromise ideas rejected, firm warnings on separatism (AFP/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • КОМІТЕТ ЮЩЕНКА ПРИПИНЯЄ ПЕРЕГОВОРИ І вимагає впустити людей в парламент [Yushchenko committee aborts negotiations and demands that the people enter Parliament] (Українська правда) 11/30/2004
  • Дипломатів, що підтримали Ющенка, відкликають до України [Diplomats that voiced support for Yushchenko are being recalled] (Українська правда) 11/30/2004
  • Moscow's dangerous game of Ukrainian roulette could backfire. By Askold Krushelnycky (Independent) 11/30/2004
  • Isolated Kuchma offers prospect of fresh elections (Independent) 11/30/2004
  • Russians of the east vent their anger at the 'orange revolt'. By Neil Barnett in Donetsk (Independent) 11/30/2004
  • Russia/Ukraine: Did President Putin Miscalculate In Ukraine? (RFE/RL) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine's Parliament Adjourns Without No-Confidence Motion (RFE/RL) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine Pushing Poland's Buttons (LA Times) 11/30/2004
  • Crisis gives some signs of easing in Ukraine (IHT) 11/30/2004
  • EU policy chief flies to Kiev (Australia News) 11/30/2004
  • Rights groups condemn Ukraine media attacks (Guardian) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine waits decision on nation's future (IOL) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine Faces Split, Bloodshed, Putin Ally Says (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • I nearly pulled out of fight over Ukraine crisis [Vitali Klitschko] (London Evening Standard) 11/30/2004
  • UOC-Moscow Patriarchate Orthodox Chancellory Warns of Actions Conducted without its Blessing (RISU) 11/30/2004
  • Kiev protesters shivering, but stubborn (UPI/Wash Times) 11/30/2004
  • Ukraine PM Yanukovich proposes Ukraine re-vote with new candidates - UPDATE (AFX/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Kiev parliament protesters ejected (CNN) 11/30/2004
  • Christian Leaders of Odesa Call Political Leaders to Hear Voice of Protesters (RISU) 11/30/2004
  • Demands grow for new Ukraine election (Reuters) 11/30/2004
  • Schroeder, Putin Agree to Respect New Ukraine Result (Update1) (Bloomberg) 11/30/2004
  • ‘Putinism' at work in Ukraine. By George Will (Montana Standard) 11/30/2004
  • Editorial: Glimmers of Sanity in Ukraine (NY Times) 11/30/2004
  • In a World Below, Bedrock Resistance to Protests in Kiev. By C. J. CHIVERS. [Coal miners in Donetsk, Ukraine, say they resent protests in the capital, Kiev, against Prime Minister Viktor F. Yanukovich, whom they support. 'Kiev is not Ukraine,' said one.] (NY Times) 11/30/2004
  • A Softer Tone From Bush on Ukraine Points to a Quandary for U.S. (NY Times) 11/30/2004
  • New vote gains favor as solution in Ukraine (Chicago Tribune/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Protesters Push Through Fence at Ukraine Parliament (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/30/2004
  • Kiev's Boys in Blue Are Turning Orange (Moscow Times) 11/30/2004
  • 'Kiev is not Ukraine'. By C.J. Chivers (The New York Times) (IHT) 11/30/2004
  • Democracy inaction (Salon) 11/30/2004
  • Where democracy refuses to die- Interview with Olena Prytula (Salon) 11/30/2004
  • A Softer Tone From Bush on Ukraine Points to a Quandary for U.S. (NY Times) 11/30/2004

  • Independence with a Solidarity Twist. Lech Walesa Has Come to Help Viktor Yushchenko (Kommersant) 11/29/2004
  • World Congress of Ukrainians states position on current events in Ukraine -/- Світовий Конґрес Українців: Про сучасні події в Україні (BRAMA) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine's East Backs Autonomy Referendum (AP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Cardinal Husar Gives Position on Election Results (RISU) 11/29/2004
  • Steel industrialist banks on victory for Yanukovich. By Tom Warner [For Rinat Akhmetov, the coal and steel baron who is believed to be Ukraine's richest man, the declining prospects of his long-time ally Viktor Yanukovich becoming president have been hard to accept.] (Financial Times) 11/29/2004
  • US insists on Ukraine's territorial integrity amid secession calls (AFP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine Crisis a Reality Test for Bush-Putin Ties (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Truth and Consequences in Ukraine (The Nation) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine crisis 'sparks bank rout' (BBC) 11/29/2004
  • Професор Гарварду про можливий вплив подiй в Українi на Росiю (VOA) 11/29/2004
  • Акція протесту біля Білого Дому (VOA) 11/29/2004
  • США стурбованi територiяльною цiлiснiстю України (VOA) 11/29/2004
  • Yanukovich's fans dream of secessionist Ukraine republic. By Tom Warner in Donetsk (Financial Times) 11/29/2004
  • NATO Secretary General's position on Ukraine crisis [From 11/26/04] (NATO) 11/29/2004
  • NATO Secretary General meets Ukrainian religious leaders (NATO) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine President Bows to Pressure, Backs New Vote (Reuters) 11/29/2004
  • New Iron Curtain Threatens Ukraine: Thatcher (The Scotsman) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine's youth take city centre military-style (Reuters/AlertNet) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine election observer corroborates stories of rigged voting (ABC-Australia) 11/29/2004
  • A Smarting Bear. How smart has Russia's Ukraine policy been? Moscow doesn't know, but it knows it has a problem. (Transitions Online) 11/29/2004
  • Red, White, and Orange...There's no doubt whom Poland's politicians, media, and people are supporting in Ukraine. (Transitions Online) 11/29/2004
  • Orange Squeeze. By Ivan Lozowy (Transitions Online) 11/29/2004
  • Stars back Ukrainian boxing brothers' opposition campaign: report [Ukrainian boxing brothers Vladimir and Vitali Klitschko have reportedly secured the participation of a host of stars in a campaign to back the Ukrainian opposition] (AFP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Ukrainian-Americans Hope Election Mess Ends (1010 WINS) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine election shenanigans an eye-opener for Mikva (Chicago Sun-Times) 11/29/2004
  • Departing Ukrainian President Would Support New Elections (NY Times) 11/29/2004
  • APPEAL of the Academic Community in Lviv to the Academic Community of Russia (NTSh) 11/29/2004
  • World Academia in Support of Freedom of the Ukrainan Nation (NTSh) 11/29/2004
  • Letter: To Mr. Volodymyr Lytvyn Head of the Supreme Council of Ukraine (NTSh) 11/29/2004
  • Shevchenko Scientific Society statement regarding events in Ukraine (NTSh) 11/29/2004
  • Kremlin-Backed Oligarchs Fueling Ukrainian Separatism (Our Ukraine) 11/29/2004
  • Finance Minister warns of repayment difficulties due to crisis (Ukrainian Journal) 11/29/2004
  • Russian units of special forces are in Ukraine for a week (Maidan) 11/29/2004
  • How can the Ukraine crisis be solved? (BBC) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine President Endorses New Election (AP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Ukrainian-Americans rally at Capitol. Approximately 100 people gathered to protest an alleged fraudulent election. (Minnesota Daily) 11/29/2004
  • 'Ukraine poll not free nor fair' (BBC) 11/29/2004
  • Powell Says Ukraine Must Stay Together (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Kuchma in favor of new elections in Ukraine (AFP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine PM Says He'd Support Another Vote (AP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Pope again prays for Ukraine (CWN) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine Poll Neither Free Nor Fair, Says Straw (The Scotsman) 11/29/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine Turmoil Raises Talk of Split (NPR) 11/29/2004
  • It’s Time. In solidarity with the protesters in Kiev. (National Review) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine Is The Same Old Story. By Tom Fenton (CBS) 11/29/2004
  • Letter: West must not ignore Russian role in Ukraine (Daily Telegraph) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine's youth take city centre military-style (Reuters) 11/29/2004
  • Kuchma says Ukraine economy may collapse in days like 'house of cards' (AFX/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Житель наметового мiстечка: «нас не подолати» (VOA) 11/29/2004
  • Чи перебувають російські війська на території України? (VOA) 11/29/2004
  • Верховний суд почав розглядати скарги опозицiї (VOA) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine Supreme Court Meets on Election Crisis (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine Supreme court will not issue ruling today (AFP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Court Won't Rule on Ukraine Election Today (AP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Editorial: Ukrainian democracy (Tufts Daily) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine waits on Supreme Court hearing (Daily Telegraph) 11/29/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukrainian Court Hears Arguments on Disputed Election (NPR) 11/29/2004
  • East Ukraine a steppe removed from west. By Mark MacKinnon (Globe and Mail) 11/29/2004
  • Court Debates Validity of Ukraine Election (AP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine's Rifts Extend to the Economy (NY Times) 11/29/2004
  • Kuchma: Ukraine's Financial System Could Collapse (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma Says Secession of East Would Be `Unacceptable' (Bloomberg) 11/29/2004
  • Division of Ukraine unacceptable: Kuchma (AFP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Kuchma Calls for Compromise in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine court to hear election appeal as break-up threat mounts (AFP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine court attempts to end poll crisis (Guardian) 11/29/2004
  • Tbilisi Mayor’s Office Collects Aid for Ukrainian Protesters (Civil Georgia) 11/29/2004
  • Donetsk decides on public vote on Dec 15 on constitutional amendments (Interfax-Russia) 11/29/2004
  • Army remains guarantor of Ukraine's territorial integrity - minister (Interfax-Russia) 11/29/2004
  • Georgian MFA Condemns Ukrainian Poll as Flawed (Civil Georgia) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Demands Kuchma Fire Yanukovych (Update6) (Bloomberg) 11/29/2004
  • Yanukovich chief quits bank [Serhiy Tyhypko] (AFP/Australian) 11/29/2004
  • Yanukovich campaign chief resigns, says re-run of election best solution [Serhiy Tyhypko] (AFP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Head of Ukrainian Central Bank Resigns [Serhiy Tyhypko, head of Ukraine's Central Bank and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych's presidential campaign team has resigned to engage in politics full-time] (AP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine high court reviews election (Wash Times) 11/29/2004
  • EU, NATO warn against break-up of Ukraine (AFX/Yahoo) 11/29/2004
  • 8 hours in Kyiv's Maidan Nezalezhnist (Independence Square) SLIDESHOW (BRAMA) 11/29/2004
  • East coast Ukrainians mobilize protest in US capital city FOTO/S (BRAMA) 11/29/2004
  • A Line in the Sand - Bush vs. Putin FOTO/S (Crawford TX) (BRAMA) 11/29/2004
  • Chicago Ukrainian Community Supports 'President Yuschenko' FOTO/S (BRAMA) 11/29/2004
  • ПОРА блокує Кабмін та АП! [PORA blockade around Cabinet Ministry and Presidential administration buildings] (ПОРА) 11/29/2004
  • The Orange Revolution: Why Russia, the U.S. and Europe care so much about Ukraine's disputed presidential election (Time) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine Journalist Stages Silent Revolt (Moscow Times) 11/29/2004
  • Comparing Roses and Chestnuts (Moscow Times) 11/29/2004
  • Kremlin Says West Is Meddling (Moscow Times) 11/29/2004
  • Donetsk Fuels Fears of a Breakup (Moscow Times) 11/29/2004
  • Report of military activity outside Ukraine capital [UNCONFIRMED] (BRAMA) 11/29/2004
  • Ukraine vote goes to court (CS Monitor) 11/29/2004

  • Ukraine flirting with a civil war. By Eric Margolis (Toronto Sun) 11/28/2004
  • Behind the scenes at Kiev's rally (BBC) 11/28/2004
  • UK Ukrainians show their true colours (BBC) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Urges PM's Ouster (AP/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Aide Issues Ultimatum to Kuchma (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine II: EU hypocrisy must end (IHT) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine Group Gives President Ultimatum [warning it would block his movements unless he fired the prime minister by Monday night] (AP/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine President Calls for Blockade's End (AP/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko (R), his wife Katerina and one of their children wave to supporters during a rally in Kiev. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Editorial: A frigid vigil in Ukraine: There's abundant evidence election was flawed (Oregon Register-Guard) 11/28/2004
  • British-Based Ukrainians Show Support for Yushchenko (The Scotsman) 11/28/2004
  • Back in the USSR? (Weekly Standard) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine's Opposition Urged to Stay in Streets (VOA) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine Security Council Asks Politicians to Speed Up Talks (Bloomberg) 11/28/2004
  • Revealed: the full story of the Ukrainian election fraud. By Tom Parfitt in Kiev and Colin Freeman (Daily Telegraph) 11/28/2004
  • EU joins Kiev's parliament in backing calls for fresh poll as 'winner' warns of civil war threat. By Tom Parfitt in Kiev (Daily Telegraph) 11/28/2004
  • A new iron curtain now threatens Europe. By Anne Applebaum (Daily Telegraph) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine 'catastrophe' looms (Daily Telegraph) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine heads for ballot re-run (Independent) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine crisis: How the chaos unfolded (IOL) 11/28/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine Election Crisis Heads to High Court [Adrian Karatnytsky of Freedom House] (NPR) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine singer ends hunger strike [Pop star Ruslana Lezhychko has reportedly ended the hunger strike she began in support of opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko.] (Reuters/News Australia) 11/28/2004
  • Pro-Russia Ukraine region Donetsk to vote on more autonomy (AFX/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • In a legal limbo (Financial Times) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine's Proud Past and Divided Present (Deutsche Welle) 11/28/2004
  • Eastern Ukraine vote fuels fears of break-up (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Lugar urges new Ukraine vote; no absentee ballots (Reuters/AlertNet) 11/28/2004
  • Transcript: Sen. Lugar on 'FOX News Sunday' (Fox) 11/28/2004
  • Pro-Russia regions of Ukraine threaten to split off in wake of disputed vote (AFX/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Ukrainian region seeks autonomy [Donetsk] (BBC) 11/28/2004
  • Pope Prays for Peace in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Diplomacy's just not his style [Bush, Putin] (Toronto Star) 11/28/2004
  • ЮЩЕНКО ПОПЕРЕДЖАЄ, ЩО О 20 ГОДИНІ МОЖУТЬ РОЗІГНАТИ МІТИНГ І ВВЕСТИ НАДЗВИЧАЙНИЙ СТАН [Yushchenko warning: possible attempt to disperse rally at 20:00 (Kyiv time) and impose martial law (?)] (Українська Правда) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine President: Compromise Needed (AP/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Fears of east-west split in Ukraine (Guardian) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine crisis grows as MPs vote to cancel election result (Guardian) 11/28/2004
  • Could the Orange Revolution be just a mirage in the snow? Six days on and still they chant, still they march, still they seek to overturn the election result that cheated them. (Independent) 11/28/2004
  • Comment: Peter Unwin: Putin should keep his nose out of Ukraine. So should we (Independent) 11/28/2004
  • Slideshow: Election protest [Bohdan Skrobach] (Website) 11/28/2004
  • Snowy Tent City Holds Soul of Ukraine Protest (LA Times) 11/28/2004
  • Editorial: The Once and Future Soviet Press (NY Times) 11/28/2004
  • Parliament Says Votes in Ukraine Were Not Valid (NY Times) 11/28/2004
  • Youth Movement Underlies the Opposition in Ukraine (NY Times) 11/28/2004
  • The New East-West Divide [By CRAIG R. WHITNEY][??? - In this year's election, support was strong for Mr. Yushchenko in western Ukraine, which was part of Poland before 1939 and where many people speak Polish today.] (NY Times) 11/28/2004
  • Local Ukrainians protest the election (Philadelphia Enquirer) 11/28/2004
  • Observers witnessed vote fraud, violence [LONDON SUNDAY TELEGRAPH] (Wash Times) 11/28/2004
  • KU professor convinced of fraud [Erik Herron: the disputed presidential election in Ukraine was rigged] (Lawrence Journal-World) 11/28/2004
  • No doubt 'the fix was in,' local observer says [John Petryshyn knows first hand that something stinks with the results of the presidential election in Ukraine.] (Winnipeg Sun) 11/28/2004
  • West makes all right noises on Ukraine (Toronto Star) 11/28/2004
  • Putin resolute to keep Ukraine in Russian fold [Chicago Tribune] (Pioneer Press) 11/28/2004
  • Opposition promises to continue rally in Kyiv (Interfax-Russia) 11/28/2004
  • People showing great 'fortitude' (Edmonton Sun) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine a test for East, West [(T)op aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday called Ukraine's election dispute a major test of Russia's relations with the West (and) accused politicians in the U.S. and Europe of fomenting political unrest in former Soviet republics.] (AP/Edmonton Sun) 11/28/2004
  • Poles back Yushchenko (AP/Edmonton Sun) 11/28/2004
  • Pressure rises [Ukraine's parliament declared the country's disputed presidential election invalid yesterday. The action - approved by 255 of the 429 legislators present - was not legally binding. But it was a clear demonstration of rising dissatisfaction. The legislators also passed a vote of no-confidence in the Central Elections Commission.] (AP/Edmonton Sun) 11/28/2004
  • Split Ukraine awaits crucial court hearing on disputed vote (AFP/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine partition fears after week of political crisis (AFP/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Slideshow: Ukraine Elections (Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Sportview: Ukraine Crisis Upsets Klitschko [He wants to be with his brother, Wladimir, on the streets in Kiev, leading rallies for Viktor Yushchenko...] (AP/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Momentum Builds for New Vote in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Pressure grows for new Ukraine election (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine Sees Fresh Rallies After Parliament Vote (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Autonomy for southeastern Ukraine not on agenda today (Interfax-Russia) 11/28/2004
  • Ukraine parliament vote backs opposition claims (AFP/Yahoo) 11/28/2004
  • Ukrainian poll re-run calls grow (BBC) 11/28/2004
  • Melbourne Ukrainians protest election result (AP/Yahoo) 11/28/2004

  • EU sees new elections as best for Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine's poll contenders renounce use of force (Financial Times) 11/27/2004
  • Facing down the bear (Financial Times) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine's election rivals sit down with mediators (Financial Times) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine, Russia and the West (NPR) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Calls Election Invalid (NPR) 11/27/2004
  • Greek Catholic Bishop Asks Armed Forces not to Raise Arms against their own People (RISU) 11/27/2004
  • Group of UOC-Moscow Patriarchate Orthodox Clergy and Faithful Call Kuchma and Yanukovych to Resign (RISU) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine's Political Crisis a Key Concern (AP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Summary: Ukraine Vote Declared Invalid (AP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine parliament hands opposition symbolic win over disputed vote (AFP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Ex-Soviet bloc states mull election [Most former Soviet countries - with the notable exception of Georgia - have endorsed the disputed result of the Ukrainian presidential election.] (BBC) 11/27/2004
  • Soviet shadow looms over Canada's Ukrainian diaspora (AFP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Calls Election Invalid (AP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Says Disputed Poll Invalid (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Parliament declares Ukraine poll invalid (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine declares disputed presidential election result invalid (AFP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • EU: New Elections Only Solution for Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine Rivals Fail to Resolve Stalemate (AP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine's Parliament Wants Nov. 21 Election Voided (Update3) (Bloomberg) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine parliament favours annulling disputed presidential vote (AFP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine Lawmaker Wants Vote Called Invalid (AP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Ukranian parliament leader proposes declaring poll invalid (AFP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Declare Ukraine Election Invalid, Says Assembly Head (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine Lawmakers Meet in Special Session (AP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Flowers for Freedom. Protesters in Ukraine sang a new anthem: 'Vstavay! Rise up!' But Moscow didn't like it, and some warned of a new cold war. (Newsweek) 11/27/2004
  • Bush: Validity of Ukraine Vote in Doubt [did not directly answer a question about what consequences Ukraine might face if the dispute is not resolved to his satisfaction] (AP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Observers Suspicious of Media in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Kiev's new orange order (BBC) 11/27/2004
  • Calgary's Ukrainian community shows support (CFCN) 11/27/2004
  • Envoys step up efforts to end Ukraine crisis (Financial Times) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Moves a Step to Solve Crisis (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine's Parliament Debates Disputed Election (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • More protests as Ukraine talks end without agreement (AFP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004
  • Ukraine Parliament Calls Election Invalid (AP/Yahoo) 11/27/2004

  • The Future is Orange? (Transitions Online) 11/26/2004
  • Union of Orthodox Brotherhoods Calls Yanukovych to Assume Presidency Faster [Moscow Patriarchate] (RISU) 11/26/2004
  • Greek Catholic Bishop Blesses All, Including Yanukovych Supporters (RISU) 11/26/2004
  • “Church Cannot be Silent,” Says Roman Catholic Bishop (RISU) 11/26/2004
  • Brodsky Synagogue Helps People in Independence Square (RISU) 11/26/2004
  • Over 3000 in Rome Demonstrate for Justice in Ukraine (RISU) 11/26/2004
  • UCU Rector Warns 'Religious Freedom under Threat' (RISU) 11/26/2004
  • Liturgy Celebrated on Independence Square (RISU) 11/26/2004
  • Color me orange: Ukraine's opposition bastion shows its true colors (AFP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Summary: Ukraine Crisis Remains Unsettled (AP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine Crisis Talks End Without Resolve (AP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Yushchenko Demands New Ukraine Election [Liberal opposition challenger Viktor Yushchenko said a solution to Ukraine's political crisis was needed within days...] (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Demands New Presidential Vote [Ukraine opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko, backed by thousands of supporters, emerged on Friday from a meeting with international mediators demanding a new election...] (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko demands new poll [A defiant Ukraine opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko, backed by tens of thousands of supporters, has demanded a new presidential election...] (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Bush: World Watching Ukraine's Crisis (AP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine needs credible resolution to election crisis: Bush (AFP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine protests will not stop govt work - Solana (Reuters/AlertNet) 11/26/2004
  • Working Group Set Up to Look at Ukraine Poll Crisis (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Talks Start After Ukraine PM Addresses Miners (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine Premier Warns of 'Coup' (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine Protesters March to Site of EU Leaders' Mediation Talks [AUDIO] (Bloomberg) 11/26/2004
  • Canadians protest over Ukraine crisis (AFP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Russia slams EU mediation in Ukraine as unlawful intervention (AFX/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine rivals meet in presence of EU, Russia mediators (AFX/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko to meet outgoing President Kuchma - president's office (AFX/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine opposition spokesman alleges Russian troops are present in Kiev (AFX/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine opposition blocks govt headquarters in Kiev - UPDATE (AFX/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine opposition blocks pro-Russia PM from entering office (AFP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Statement of the staff of law-enforcement bodies of Kharkiv region (Website) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine talks end without agreement, opposition demands Dec 12 vote (AFP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Diplomats in NY join the Ukrainian nation in its fight for democracy -/- Ті, що з українським народом (BRAMA) 11/26/2004
  • Video/audio: Velvet Revolution or Tiananmen Square? Highlights from American Enterprise Institute Roundtable (BRAMA) 11/26/2004
  • Video/audio: 11/24/04 US Secretary of State Colin Powell statement regarding the situation in Ukraine (BRAMA) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine Leader, Possible Successors Meet (AP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Рішення Вченої Ради НТУУ 'КПІ' від 24 листопада 2004 року (Website) 11/26/2004
  • Eastern Europe Lions Reach Out to Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • NGO calls on all Americans to send letters of appeal to the President of Ukraine URGENT ACTION ITEM (BRAMA) 11/26/2004
  • Berlin joins efforts to resolve Ukraine crisis (Expatica) 11/26/2004
  • Ukrainian choir sings for peace (London Free Press) 11/26/2004
  • [AUDIO] Decision on Ukraine Vote Awaits Court Ruling (NPR) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma Calls for End to [so-called] 'Revolution' (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • EU, Russia Envoys to Meet Ukraine Presidency Rivals (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • European Envoys Arrive in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Surrounds Buildings (AP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Poland Gets Involved in Ukraine Standoff (AP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Opposition Braves Cold at Kiev Tent Camp (AP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine Protesters Blockade Official Buildings (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Opposition Stages New Rallies in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukraine's postmodern coup d'etat. Yushchenko got the US nod, and money flooded in to his supporters (Guardian) 11/26/2004
  • Crowds blockade Kiev government [Ranks of police have been seen joining the opposition] (BBC) 11/26/2004
  • Some Retreat to Ukrainian House (AP/Moscow Times) 11/26/2004
  • Analysis: Divided Ukraine (BBC) 11/26/2004
  • Yushchenko to Meet With Ukraine President [Kuchma] (AP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Ukrainian presidency rivals to hold talks (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • ANALYSIS-Ukraine turmoil shows Russian might is slipping (Reuters/AlertNet) 11/26/2004
  • Russia Uneasy Over Efforts in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Фоторепортаж: Брюссель [2] (Website) 11/26/2004
  • Фоторепортаж: Брюссель [1] (Website) 11/26/2004
  • Близько тисячі учасників демонстрації в Брюсселі протестували проти фальсифікацій виборів українського президента (Deutsche Welle) 11/26/2004
  • New Kids on the Bloc (NY Times) 11/26/2004
  • The Droll Cartoonist With a Grade-A Obsession. By Carol Kino. [Cartoonist Roz Chast's latest passion: the art of pysanka] (NY Times) 11/26/2004
  • Ukrainian High Court Hearing Vote Appeal (AFP/Yahoo) 11/26/2004
  • Kiev Divided Into Two Camps (Moscow Times) 11/26/2004

  • On the spot: Ukraine's rollercoaster week (The Times) 11/25/2004
  • Ukraine court gives reprieve to opposition as Walesa enters fray (AFP/Yahoo) 11/25/2004
  • Ukraine's chorus of protest grows (BBC) 11/25/2004
  • A British Ukrainian's view of poll [Dr Lubomyr Mazur, national president of the Association of Ukrainians] (BBC) 11/25/2004
  • Why Ukraine's crisis matters to the West (The Scotsman) 11/25/2004
  • Opinion: Ukraine has chance to fulfil its democratic pledge (Daily Telegraph) 11/25/2004
  • Ukraine's cold war. President warns of civil conflict as battle for control intensifies. By Askold Krushelnycky (Independent) 11/25/2004
  • В Сан-Франциско - мітинг протесту - фоторепортаж (Website) 11/25/2004
  • NATO chief summons ambassador, voices alliance ‘deep concern’ (Ukrainian Journal) 11/25/2004
  • КУЧМА ЗРАНКУ ПЛАНУЄ ЩОСЬ ТЕРМІНОВО ОГОЛОСИТИ (Українська правда) 11/25/2004
  • EU, Russia Call for Peace in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 11/25/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine Supreme Court to Consider Election Protest (NPR) 11/25/2004
  • Ukraine court gives reprieve to opposition as Walesa enters fray (AFP/Yahoo) 11/25/2004
  • EU anger at Putin's role in election (Guardian) 11/25/2004
  • US rejects Ukraine poll as protesters dig in (Guardian) 11/25/2004
  • Ukraine poll divides EU and Russia (Financial Times) 11/25/2004
  • Powell Says Ukraine Vote Was Full of Fraud (NY Times) 11/25/2004
  • Court freezes Ukraine poll result (BBC) 11/25/2004
  • Ukraine's Premier Offers Concessions in Election Fight [even as a court decision left open the possibility of a legal challenge to his legitimacy as president-elect.] (NY Times) 11/25/2004
  • Tension Rises Over Ukraine Vote (Wash Post/Yahoo) 11/25/2004
  • Putin says Ukraine election results are clear (AFP/Yahoo) 11/25/2004
  • Poland's Walesa flies to Ukraine for crisis mediation talks (AFP/Yahoo) 11/25/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Plans Strike, EU-Russia at Odds (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/25/2004
  • Ukraine Premier Is Named Winner; U.S. Assails Move (NY Times) 11/25/2004
  • OSCE Secretary General Jan Kubis will visit Ukraine on Friday (OSCE) 11/25/2004
  • Масовий мітинг протесту біля посольств України та Росії у Вашингтоні (VOA) 11/25/2004
  • Ukrainian court suspends Yanukovich poll win (Financial Times) 11/25/2004
  • 'Сторонники Виктора Ющенка ушли с площади Независимости' [Russian TV shows false pix of Kyiv to Russian public - minus the million Ukrainian demonstrators] (Гаряча Лінія) 11/25/2004
  • Ukrainian Supreme Court Agrees to Investigate Election Result (Bloomberg) 11/25/2004
  • Opposition Braves Cold at Kiev Tent Camp (AP/Yahoo) 11/25/2004
  • Ukraine Court Blocks Yanukovich Taking Power (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/25/2004
  • Ukraine uncertainty sparks another geopolitical crisis for US (AFP) 11/25/2004
  • Ukraine opposition vows to block access to govt, parliament (AFX/Yahoo) 11/25/2004
  • Supreme Court Bars Official Publication of Ukraine Election Results (VOA) 11/25/2004
  • Ukrainian Supreme Court Agrees to Probe Vote Result (Update1) (Bloomberg) 11/25/2004
  • Members of Cleveland's Ukrainian community protest tainted election (ONN) 11/25/2004
  • Ukraine's Opposition Hunkers Down for Long Haul (VOA) 11/25/2004
  • Ukrainian High Court Hearing Vote Appeal (AP/Yahoo) 11/25/2004
  • Студени, що протестують в центрі Києва створили живий ланцюг від Адміністрації Президента, вздовж вулиці Банкової до вулиці Інститутської [Students demonstrating in Kyiv create a 'live chain' near presidential administration headquarters] (5 канал) 11/25/2004
  • В Одесі поблизу будівлі облдержадміністрації приблизно 5 тисяч людей провели мітинг на підтримку Віктора Ющенка [~5,000 in Odesa rally in support of Yushchenko] (5 канал) 11/25/2004
  • Moldova Parliamentary Group appeals to Kiev to restrain from using force; accept the transfer of power towards legally elected President Mr. Viktor Yushchenko (BRAMA) 11/25/2004
  • На станції Березань, Яготинського напрямку місцеві жителі блокуються 20 вагонів із 'бритоголовими' із Донецька. Жінки і діти лягли на коліі та не пропускають потяг [Women and children lie down on tracks to block Donetsk train carrying Yanukovych's skinhead agitators] (ПОРА) 11/25/2004
  • Белорусов могут арестовать на 15 суток за поддержку Виктора Ющенко [Belarus supporters of Yushchenko arrested - in Russian] (Website) 11/25/2004
  • UABA Urges Ukraine to Respect Rule of Law [PDF format] (Website) 11/25/2004
  • Demonstration in The Hague, Netherlands in support of Yushchenko (Website) 11/25/2004
  • Kolejny dzien solidarnosci z ukrainska opozycja [Day of solidarity with the Ukrainian opposition - Poland, Lech Walesa] (Gazeta Wyborcza) 11/25/2004
  • Buzek: Ukraincy musza wiedziec ze swiat jest z nimi (Gazeta Wyborcza) 11/25/2004
  • Близько 5 тисяч людей мітингували сьогодні у Сімферополі як на підтримку Віктора Ющенка так і Віктора Януковича [~5,000 in Simferopol rally in support of Yushchenko] (5 канал) 11/25/2004

  • Ukrainians in America chant: 'Yushchenko - Our President!' -/- Українці в Америці скандують - 'Ющенко - наш Президент!' (BRAMA) 11/24/2004
  • Party leader in Moldova addresses congratulatory letter to 'President Yushchenko' (BRAMA) 11/24/2004
  • Basque Parliament concerned about electoral fraud in Ukraine (BRAMA) 11/24/2004
  • A poem for the Ukrainian nation - by Vasyl Makhno (BRAMA) 11/24/2004
  • Support liberty - Practical things you can do. By Bishop Paul Peter Jesep Op-Ed (BRAMA) 11/24/2004
  • POWER STRUGGLE IN UKRAINE [PBS Newshour with Taras Kuzio and Bruce Jackson. Transcript] (PBS) 11/24/2004
  • [VIDEO] Demonstrators Protest Ukranian Election Results (Wash Post) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Leader Calls for Strike (AP/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • 'Russian Special Forces are dressed in Ukrainian uniforms and none of them have any identification documents' - Zinchenko (Our Ukraine) 11/24/2004
  • U.S. threatens action over Ukraine election (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma warns of coup, urges dialogue; Yushchenko to address crowd (AFX/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Powell: U.S. Rejects Ukraine Vote Results (AP/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • U.S. Helsinki Commission Leaders Decry Widespread Fraud in Ukrainian Elections (CSCE) 11/24/2004
  • OSCE Chairman concerned about presidential election in Ukraine (OSCE) 11/24/2004
  • RUSSIAN SPECIAL FORCES LAND IN KYIV AND WESTERN CITIES IVANO-FRANKIVSK, STRIJ HOT (BRAMA) 11/24/2004
  • Yushchenko Says Could Accept New Vote (RFE/RL) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Offers Reprise of Nov. 21 Vote (Update2) (Bloomberg) 11/24/2004
  • Russia openly challenging U.S., E.U. over Ukrainian election (Ukrainian Journal) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko May Let Run-off Election Be Held Again (Bloomberg) 11/24/2004
  • Protesters' cold vigil continues (BBC) 11/24/2004
  • Press agonises over Ukraine (BBC) 11/24/2004
  • Poland sends envoy to Ukraine - Polish president's office (AFX/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Monitors criticise conduct of Ukraine poll (BBC) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Leader Proposes New Election (Reuters) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine protests: Eyewitness (BBC) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine govt denies arrival of Russian special forces (Interfax-Moscow) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine's Rape by Elections. By Ariel Cohen (Heritage Foundation) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine: Everything you need to know about the country in which thousands have taken to the streets to protest over the disputed presidential election (Guardian) 11/24/2004
  • In pictures: Ukraine elections (Financial Times) 11/24/2004
  • Klitschko criticises Ukraine vote-fixing (DPA/Expatica) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine PM declared election winner (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine Commission Declares Yanukovych Winner (AP/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko should recover from mysterious illness - Viennese doctor (AFX/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine to Announce Final Election Results (Appeal-Democrat) 11/24/2004
  • 2.8 Million Rigged Ballots in Ukrainian Election, Says CVU (PRNewswire) 11/24/2004
  • European Parliament summons Ukraine ambassador (AP/Hindustan Times) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Renews Street Protests Over Vote (Reuters) 11/24/2004
  • EU urges Kiev to hold off poll result (Reuters) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine Awaits Final Election Results (AP/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine opposition supporters hold protest vigil as political crisis deepens (AFP/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine Challenger Willing to Rerun Election (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine opposition refuses to negotiate over polls, as army urges calm (AP/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • 100% votes counted: Yanukovych gains over 15 million votes, Yushchenko 14.2 million (Interfax-Russia) 11/24/2004
  • Tens of Thousands Demonstrate in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Ukrainian election results: Your reaction (BBC) 11/24/2004
  • Op-ed: How to steal a country (NY Post) 11/24/2004
  • Talks Slated for Day Three of Ukraine's Political Crisis (VOA) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine Candidate Sets Stance for Talks (AP/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine protests stretch into third day (CBC) 11/24/2004
  • Tense Ukraine awaits poll results (BBC) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine protesters refuse to relent (Reuters) 11/24/2004
  • Havel urges Ukraine opposition to fight on (UPI/Wash Times) 11/24/2004
  • Yushchenko Demands Transfer of Power (AP/ABC) 11/24/2004
  • Pope in prayer for Ukraine (AFP/Sunday Mail) 11/24/2004
  • Editorial: Ukraine's unfree vote (Toronto Star) 11/24/2004
  • Ukrainian-Canadians rally for Yushchenko. Estimated 2,000 clog Bloor St. (Toronto Star) 11/24/2004
  • Local Ukrainians rally against 'power grab' at home (Vancouver Sun) 11/24/2004
  • [California] Ukrainians in area rally for candidate (Sacramento Bee) 11/24/2004
  • [AUDIO] U.S. Joins in Questioning Ukrainian Election (NPR) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine to Announce Final Election Results (AP/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine simmers awaiting poll results (UPI/Wash Times) 11/24/2004
  • EC 'consequences' unless Ukraine election reviewed (IOL) 11/24/2004
  • Revolution in air in Ukraine (IOL) 11/24/2004
  • Outgoing President Seeks Talks in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Yushchenko Seeks Transfer of Power (AP/ABC) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine street protesters mass over poll (Reuters) 11/24/2004
  • Tension Mounts as Ukraine Poised for Poll Result (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Talks between Kuchma, Yushchenko, Yanukovych possible (Interfax-Moscow) 11/24/2004
  • EU to voice Ukraine concerns strongly at Russia summit (AFX/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • Bush Administration Urges Ukraine Not to Certify Disputed Presidential Election (VOA) 11/24/2004
  • Villanous Viktor un-Vanted in UK FOTO/S (BRAMA) 11/24/2004
  • Revolution in Ukraine (Daily Telegraph) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine protesters' hopes rise (The Scotsman) 11/24/2004
  • President forced to hold talks as people march for new government. By Askold Krushelnycky (Independent) 11/24/2004
  • Havel backs opposition leader's stance (Independent) 11/24/2004
  • EU faces dilemma: the people vs Putin (Independent) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine opposition leader in power bid (Financial Times) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine 'close to conflict' as opposition claims presidency (Financial Times) 11/24/2004
  • Vote's outcome seen as defining moment for Moscow (Financial Times) 11/24/2004
  • Ukraine crisis threatens rift between US and Russia (Guardian) 11/24/2004
  • 'Ukraine stands on the brink of civil war' (Guardian) 11/24/2004
  • Protests Grow as Ukraine Vote Crisis Deepens (NY Times) 11/24/2004
  • A Tug of War Over Ukraine (NY Times) 11/24/2004
  • For the U.S., a Balancing Act on Ukraine. White House Seeks to Support Election Protesters Without Angering Russia's Putin (Wash Post) 11/24/2004
  • Australia urges Ukraine to investigate election (AP/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • [Australia's Foreign Minister] Downer wants probe into Ukrainian voting (AAP/Yahoo) 11/24/2004
  • 'Gas princess' rallies opposition (Australia Daily Telegraph) 11/24/2004
  • While we looked away, Czar Putin stole Ukraine (The Hill) 11/24/2004

  • Europe's faultline. Ukraine’s flawed election could cause wider turmoil (The Times) 11/23/2004
  • Havel Sends Message to Ukrainian People (RFE/RL) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition leader and pro-Western presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko (C), flanked by his allies, greets supporters on his way to the presidential office in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • PBS Newshour with Jim Lehrer and Prof. Michael McFaul - Segment transcript (PBS) 11/23/2004
  • U.S. Officials Convey Concerns to Ukraine About Elections (USDOS) 11/23/2004
  • Ukrainian Diplomats Tell VOA Why They Are Protesting Election (VOA) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine's political crisis: a timeline (CBC) 11/23/2004
  • Thousands Protest Outcome of Ukrainian Election (NPR) 11/23/2004
  • Rally Against Ukraine Vote Swells (Wash Post/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Converges on President's Office (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Newsview: Ukraine Talks Come As Surprise (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine President Calls for Negotiations (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Kuchma calls for talks on Ukraine crisis; opposition reportedly accepts (CP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Ukrainian-Americans protest former Soviet Republic's election (Pioneer Press) 11/23/2004
  • Protesters speak out on election crisis in Ukraine, call on Ottawa to act (CP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Protesters in Edmonton speak out on election crisis in Ukraine (CP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Canada's Ukrainian community powerless as political crisis unfolds (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Lugar Hints at Tough Measures on Ukraine Vote (NY Times) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine voters cry fraud. Protests mount as Russia-backed candidate declares win (Chicago Tribune) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition leader and pro-Western presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko gives the thumbs up as he greets supporters during a rally in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Riot police guard the Ukrainian presidential administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's key opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko waves to supporters as he walks through a street to the Ukrainian presidental administration building in Kiev, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004. At left is Yushchenko's top ally Yulia Timoshenko. (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian anti-riot policemen guard at the entrance of the presidential office in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Demonstrators sit top of trucks which blocking a street leading to the Ukrainian Presidental administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Demonstrators wave an orange party flag as they stand in front of police blocking a street to the Ukrainian Presidental administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of opposition leader and pro-Western presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko confronts anti-riot policemen standing guard outside the presidential office, in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of opposition leader and pro-Western presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko waves her campaign flags and shouts slogans during a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian anti-riot policemen hold shields decorated with a carnation and campaign ribbons of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko as they stand guard at the entrance of the presidential office in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Demonstrators gather in front of police blocking a street leading to the Ukrainian Presidental administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Yulia Tymoshenko, Ukrainian opposition deputy and top ally of Ukraine's pro-Western presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, places carnations into the shields of anti-riot policemen standing outside the presidential office in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko's top ally Yulia Timoshenko, left with a microphone, addresses riot police blocking a street leading to the Ukrainian Presidential administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko's top ally Yulia Timoshenko places carnations into shields as riot police guard the Ukrainian presidential administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Yulia Timoshenko top ally to opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko, adresses to police who are blocking a street leading to the Ukrainian Presidental administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • White House: The United States stands with the Ukrainian people in this difficult time. (White House) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's key opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko makes a V-sign as he walks through a street to the Ukrainian Presidental administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Kuchma Calls for Talks on Ukraine's Crisis (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • US 'deeply disturbed' by fraud allegations in Ukraine vote (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • US Urges Ukrainian Authorities Not to Use Force Against Election Protesters (VOA) 11/23/2004
  • Canada's Ukrainian community powerless as political crisis unfolds (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Ukrainian Demonstrators Threaten to Storm Government (Update4) (Bloomberg) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: The armed riot police gather near to the Ukrainian presidential administration building in Kiev, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: A police officer talks with opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko's top ally Yulia Timoshenko, as they stand in front of police blocking a street leading to the Ukrainian Presidental administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Riot police guard the Ukrainian presidential administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Demonstrators wave an orange flag as they stand in front of police blocking a street to the Ukrainian Presidental administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian youth places carnations into shields as riot police guard the Ukrainian presidential administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Demonstrators wave orange flags as they stand in front of police blocking a street leading to the Ukrainian Presidental administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of a pro-West opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko wait during a rally, outside Parliament building in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Downtown Kiev : A retired navy officer, supporter of the presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, walks through the protest campsite erected in downtown Kiev. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Camping out : A supporter of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko peers out from his tent erected in the center of Kiev. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Demonstrators wave orange flags from above the monument in Kiev's Independence square (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Riot police guard the Ukrainian presidential administration building in Kiev, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004, with carnations inserted into police shields by supporters of opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko. (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's key opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko makes a V-sign as he walks through a street to the Ukrainian Presidental administration building in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Defiant Ukrainian Opposition Continues Protest (RFE/RL) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Leader Claims Victory (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Profile: Viktor Yushchenko (BBC) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine in Turmoil: From Run-Off to Showdown. Ukraine's prime minister looks certain to be named its next president, but he will immediately face a huge showdown with the opposition. (Transitions Online) 11/23/2004
  • President of Eastern Ukraine? In the last days of his premiership, Viktor Yanukovych is again showing the talents and characteristics that took him to the top. (Transitions Online) 11/23/2004
  • Huge protests over a “stolen” election (Economist) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine democracy tested (CS Monitor) 11/23/2004
  • Ukrainians Denounce Election As Fraudulent (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Tens of Thousands Protest Ukraine Election (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Report: Ukraine Opposition Leader Takes Oath (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine's Yuschenko Claims Disputed Race (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine crisis deepens as protests escalat (Financial Times) 11/23/2004
  • Yushchenko probes chinks in armour of Kuchma regime (Financial Times) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine opposition calls for march on presidency - UPDATE (AFX/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine on Brink of Civil War Warns Opposition Leader (The Scotsman) 11/23/2004
  • Yushchenko's acne points to dioxin poisoning (Nature) 11/23/2004
  • Questions Linger About Yuschenko's Illness (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Ukrainian Opposition Challenger Proclaims Election Victory (VOA) 11/23/2004
  • Odessa City Council addresses Ukrainian president [calls for state of emergency if necessary] (Interfax-Russia) 11/23/2004
  • EU Steps Up Ukraine Election Criticism (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Claims Disputed Race (Appeal-Democrat) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine Election Protests Grow (LA Times) 11/23/2004
  • Night of chaos in Kiev (BBC) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Takes Oath as Protests Continue (Update8) (Bloomberg) 11/23/2004
  • Тележурналісти закликають знищити працю Медведчука [TV journalists call for honest reporting - stop the false and misleading news reports released by Medvedchuk-owned media companies] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • Ющенко склав присягу народу [Yushchenko took oath to the nation] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • У центрі Києва КамАЗи з піском та 28 автобусів з донецькою міліцєю [KamAZ trucks filled with sand, cement barriers, 28 busloads of Donetsk police in central Kyiv] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • БЕРКУТІВЦІ НА БАНКОВІЙ ЧЕКАЮТЬ НА МІТИНГУЮЧИХ З ЩИТАМИ ТА КИЙКАМИ ['Berkut' forces in riot gear await the protesters] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • МІТИНГ ЮЩЕНКА БЕРЕ В КІЛЬЦЕ БАНКОВУ [Pro-Yushchenko rally heads to presidential administration headquarters] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • Ющенко звинуватив Януковича і Кучму та присягнув на вірність народу [Yushchenko faults Yanukovych and Kuchma; takes oath before the nation] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • КВУ викличе Медведчука і Януковича на допит про фальсифікації в 2,8 мільйони голосів [CEC to call Medvedchuk and Yanukovych in for questioning about falsification of 2.8 million votes] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • ДЕПУТАТИ ВІД ОПОЗИЦІЇ ВИМАГАЮТЬ ВИЗНАТИ ЮЩЕНКА ЛЕГІТИМНО ОБРАНИМ ПРЕЗИДЕНТОМ [Opposition VR deputies demand recognition of Yushchenko as the legitimately elected president] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • Януковичу і Кучмі пропонують передати владу Литвину [Centrist deputies propose Yanukovych and Kuchma turn administration over to Lytvyn] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • МОРОЗ ПОПЕРЕДЖАЄ КУЧМУ І ЯНУКОВИЧА – ЇХ МОЖЕ ЧЕКАТИ ДОЛЯ ЧАУШЕСКУ [Moroz warns Kuchma and Yanukovych: the fate of Ceausescu may await them] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • Ukrainian Demonstrators Threaten to Storm Government (Update4) (Bloomberg) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's central electoral commission head Sergei Kivalov passes by a screen showing preliminary results of the country's presidential run-off vote after a news conference in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's key opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko, center, surrounded by opposition lawmakers, looks on moments after he took a symbolic oath of office and declared victory in the country's presidential elections, during a parliament session in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Помічник депутата Верховної Ради повідомляє про підготовку замаху на Ющенка [MP's aide reports planned attack on Yushchenko] (Гаряча Лінія) 11/23/2004
  • Військова частина міста Дрогобича принесла присягу Ющенку [Drohobych army unit swears oath to Yushchenko] (Гаряча Лінія) 11/23/2004
  • Львівська міліція стає помаранчевою! [Lviv police wears orange!] (Гаряча Лінія) 11/23/2004
  • Ukrainian FM Official Says Diplomats Support Yushchenko (Mosnews) 11/23/2004
  • На знак протесту проти фальсифікації на президентських виборах у Вінниці і Івано-Франківську підприємства призупиняють свою роботу [Vynnytsia and Ivano-Frankivsk commerce stopped in protest to falsified election results] (5 канал) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine: Authorities must protect right to freedom of assembly and expression (Amnesty International) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine opposition supporters surround presidency (AFX/III) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine Opposition Marches on President's Office (Reuters) 11/23/2004
  • Havel Sends Message to Ukrainian People (RFE/RL) 11/23/2004
  • Putin urges Ukrainians to observe law (Reuters) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine Protesters Stop March [100 meters (yards) short of the president's building], Face Anti-Riot Police (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • 150 Ukrainian diplomats recognise Yushchenko as president [KIEV (AFX) - More than 150 Ukrainian diplomats, including the foreign ministry's official spokesman, have recognised opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko as president, according to a statement received by Agence France-Presse.] (AFX/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Statement by the Foreign Secretary on Developments in Ukraine (The Scotsman) 11/23/2004
  • Protests Continue As Opposition Demonstrators Seek To Overturn Vote. By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 11/23/2004
  • Experts Ponder Possible Outcome Of Election Dispute (RFE/RL) 11/23/2004
  • Analysis: What's Next For Ukraine? (RFE/RL) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine's Opposition Leader Urges Officials To Support Him (RFE/RL) 11/23/2004
  • Lugar Says Still Room to Defuse Ukraine Crisis (Reuters) 11/23/2004
  • EU conveys 'doubts' over Ukraine vote result (EUBusiness) 11/23/2004
  • Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov in Israel: Russia will not get involved in Ukraine affairs - UPDATE (AFX/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Thousands of Ukrainians Refuse to Accept Election Results (NY Times) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine: Looking for a Fair Vote Count (NY Times) 11/23/2004
  • New York Times front page: Maidan Nezalezhnosti Headlines: Premier claims he's the winner in Ukraine vote (NY Times) 11/23/2004
  • Estimated 200,000 Protest Ukraine Election (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Crisis grips divided Ukraine over disputed presidential vote (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Straw voices concern over Ukraine election (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine Faces More Street Protests to Overturn Vote (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Widespread Vote Fraud Is Alleged In Ukraine (Wash Post/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • РЕГІОНИ ЗА ЮЩЕНКА [regions for Yushchenko] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • Dear Mr. President - Demand a RECOUNT in Ukraine! Add your name to a letter addressed to George Bush (BRAMA) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine election crisis in the balance (The Age) 11/23/2004
  • Observers See 'Dead Souls' and Other Fraud (Moscow Times) 11/23/2004
  • One election, two Viktors. Will Ukrainians accept results? (CS Monitor) 11/23/2004
  • Kremlin's man claims victory (Sunday Times) 11/23/2004
  • Kiev a sea of orange as opposition masses against government win (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Ukraine faces post-election crisis (AAP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Thousands challenge election result (Advertiser) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko (L) greets his supporters during a rally outside House of Ukrainian Parlament in Kiev. Yushchenko declared himself president during an emergency parliament session attended by his supporters. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko flashes a victory sign after reading an oath on the Bible from the parliamentary platform in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's key opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko, right, surrounded by colleagues and friends, sings the National anthem after he took a symbolic oath of office and declared victory,in the country's presidential elections, in the parliament session hall in Kiev Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko shout slogans next to his campaign posters during a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko greets supporters during a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: A young man shouts anti-government slogans during a demonstration in the center of Lviv (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko shouts slogans at a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of the opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko rally in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko takes an oath with his hand on a bible at the parliament hall in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko speaks to lawmakers of the Ukrainian parliament, known as the Verkhovna Rada, Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko gestures during his speech at the Ukrainian parliament, known as the Verkhovna Rada, Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko speaks to lawmakers inside parliament, known as the Verkhovna Rada, in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: In this image made from television, lawmakers of the 450-member Ukrainian parliament, known as the Verkhovna Rada, some of them wearing orange scarves, the color of oppostion leader Viktor Yushchenko's campaign, gather inside the parliament hall in Kiev, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004. The opposition called an emergency parliament session Tuesday to demand the annulment of the official election results already rejected by several municipal governments. The parliament, however, failed to muster the quorum necessary to consider the opposition's request for a no-confidence vote in the Central Election Commission and declare official results void. (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Lawmakers of the Ukrainian 450-member parliament, known as the Verkhovna Rada, speak in the parliament hall in Kiev, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004, with small orange flags _ Viktor Yushchenko's campaign color in the foreground. (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: An elderly woman claps her hands during a demonstration in the center of Lviv November 23, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko wave his campaign ribbons as they take part in a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko (C) kisses The Bible before taking an oath at the parliamentary hall in Kiev, November 23, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko gestures during his speech at the Ukrainian parliament, known as the Verkhovna Rada, Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Opposition lawmakers congratulate Ukraine's key opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko, second right, after he took a symbolic oath of office and declared victory in the country's presidential elections, in the parliament session hall in Kiev Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko (C) is greeted by his supporters as he enters the parliament hall in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's key opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko takes a symbolic oath of office, his left hand on the Bible, his right one on the Constitution, and declares victory in the country's presidential elections, during a parliament session in Kiev Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko speaks to lawmakers of the Ukrainian parliament, known as the Verkhovna Rada, Kiev, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004 in this image from television. The parliament on Tuesday failed to muster the quorum necessary to vote on the opposition's request to annul the election results. Only 191 lawmakers turned up for the start of an emergency session of Ukraine's parliament to ponder Yushchenko's request to vote no-confidence in the Central Election Commission and declare official results void. (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko speaks to lawmakers inside parliament, known as the Verkhovna Rada, in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: A crowd of 100,000 supporters of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko wave national flags in central Lviv, the nationalist heartland of western Ukraine, November 23, 2004. Up to 200,000 protesters rallied outside an emergency session of Ukraine's parliament on Tuesday (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian demonstrators clad in orange raincoats and holding Yushchenko posters chant anti-government slogans to protest alleged fraud in the presidential elections on the main square of Ukrainian capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Demonstrators chant anti government slogans gathered to protest alleged fraud in the presidential elections at The Ukrainian parliament in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko (C) flanked by his allies walks to the parliament building in Kiev, November 23, 2004. Up to 200,000 protesters rallied outside an emergency session of Ukraine's parliament... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of the opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko rally in Kiev. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko greets supporters on his way to the parliament building during a rally in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko flashes a victory sign on his way to the parliament building (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko shout slogans as they take part in a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko shouts slogans and waves campaign ribbons during a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Demonstrators protest alleged fraud in the presidential elections outside parliament in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko shows the trident sign, a national emblematic symbol, in front of a campaign poster during a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko wave his campaign ribbons as they take part in a rally in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko shows a thumbs up as he greets supporters during a rally on Kiev's main thoroughfare and Independence Square (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko greets lawmakers before his speech at the Ukrainian parliament, known as the Verkhovna Rada in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Demonstrators wave a National Ukrainian Flag as they protest alleged fraud in the presidential elections in front The Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004. The Ukrainian parliament on Tuesday failed to muster the quorum necessary to vote on the opposition's request to annul the election results. (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: An elderly woman holds roses during the opening ceremony of the new 100-meter (330-feet) tall Sameba (Holy Trinity) Cathedral in Tbilisi,Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004. Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili on Tuesday wished victory to protesting Ukrainians (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • МВС не посилає сили в Київ. В Ірпінь стягнуті російські війська [SPECIAL FORCES FROM RUSSIA FLOWN TO UKRAINE] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • Киян просять прихистити учасників акції протесту (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • ЖУРНАЛІСТИ ЗАКЛИКАЮТЬ ДО ВСЕУКРАЇНСЬКОГО СТРАЙКУ [Journalists call for a nation-wide strike] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • НДІ НЕ ВИЗНАЄ ВИБОРИ ЛЕГІТИМНИМИ [National Democratic Institute: Election results are ILLEGITIMATE] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • Другий день народного повстання. Ще один 150-тисячний мітинг [Second day of national uprising. Another 150,000 rally] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • Ющенко зібрав на Майдані Незалежності 150-тисячний мітинг [150,000 come to see Yushchenko at Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square)] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • НАМЕТИ НА МАЙДАНІ. Фоторепортаж [Tent city in Maidan Square - Photos] (Українська правда) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko take part in a rally in Kiev's main Independence Square (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: A woman waves the bible as she chants anti government slogans protesting alleged fraud in the presidential elections at the main square of Ukrainian capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: A man distributes tea to supporters of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko in Kiev. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko protect himself from the cold in a temporary campsite in Kiev. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian elderly supporters of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko hold beads and shout slogans as they take part in a rally in Kiev's main Independence Square (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Orthodox church priests chant anti government slogans to protest alleged fraud in the presidential elections on the main square of Ukrainian capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Hundreds of tents and thousands of demonstrators are seen in the main street of the Ukrainian capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko greets his supporters during a rally in Kiev. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko take part in a rally in Kiev's main Independence Square (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Foreign Secretary Jack Straw attends an international conference in the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh. Britain and Germany voiced concern to Russia over Ukraine's disputed elections (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Tens of thousands of opposition supporters are gathered in central Kiev next to bags of warm clothes and boxes of food during a protest camp to denounce a presidential election result that they claim was rigged. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Thousands of supporters of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko shout slogans during a rally in Kiev. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian parliament member Serhiy Teryokin serves hot cereal to some of the thousands of people who spent the night on Kiev's main street to protest alleged fraud in the presidential elections (AP/Yahoo) 11/23/2004

  • PORA appeals to representatives of the international community in Kyiv (BRAMA) 11/22/2004
  • Senator Kyl Criticizes 2nd Ukrainian Vote (BRAMA) 11/22/2004
  • Statement of the Ukrainian Diaspora on the presidential elections in Ukraine [UWC] -/- Заява української діяспори з приводу президентських виборів (BRAMA) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine's Election - NOW WHAT? By Bishop Paul Peter Jesep (BRAMA) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine's Solidarity (AEI/WSJ) 11/22/2004
  • Presidential election runoff: election course statement [Committee of voters of Ukraine] (CVU) 11/22/2004
  • Presidential election runoff: election course statement [Committee of voters of Ukraine] (CVU) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine gripped by standoff as opposition cries foul over vote outcome (AFP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: A group of Ukraine citizens demonstrate outside the Ukraine Embassy in Washington Monday, Nov. 22, 2004, to denounce Ukraine's presidential runoff election as fraudulent... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko holds a rose, a symbol of revolution, greeting a crowd in the central Independence square in Ukraine's capital Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Thousands Protest Ukraine Runoff Election (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Переслідування спостерігачів (ПОРА) 11/22/2004
  • Звернення громадянської кампанії ПОРА до представників міжнародної спільноти в Києві (ПОРА) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: In this image taken from Ukrainian Television channel 5 (five) shows Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych seen addressing to The Nation in Kiev, Monday, Nov. 22, 2004. Yanukovich, in televised comments, called for national unity and said 'I categorically will not accept the actions of certain politicians who are now calling people to the barricades. This small group of radicals has taken upon itself the goal of splitting Ukraine.' (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Ukrainians Expand Demonstrations Against Election (Update9) (Bloomberg) 11/22/2004
  • ВСІ НА МАЙДАН! (Гаряча Лінія) 11/22/2004
  • В Луцьку 3 тисячі прихильників Ющенка висловити протест проти фальсифікації (Гаряча Лінія) 11/22/2004
  • Ющенко: Прийшов час, друзі, розбивати по всьому Хрещатику намети, готуватися до акцій протесту (Українська правда) 11/22/2004
  • Ukrainian ambassadors summoned as EU demands election review (EU Observer) 11/22/2004
  • U.S. Calls on Ukraine to Probe Election (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Political tensions rise over Ukraine poll (Financial Times) 11/22/2004
  • Yushchenko shows campaign scars (Financial Times) 11/22/2004
  • Ukrainian election results: Your verdict (BBC) 11/22/2004
  • YUSHCHENKO SUPPORTERS ON STREETS. Official vote count panned (Our Ukraine) 11/22/2004
  • Winner Is Declared in Ukraine, and Opposition Declares Fraud (NY Times) 11/22/2004
  • Опрацьовано 99,7% протоколів: Янукович – 49,7%, Ющенко – 46,7% (Гаряча Лінія) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine's east-west showdown (BBC) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine PM says most voters backed him for president [Yanukovych: 'This is a small group of radicals who have set the aim of splitting Ukraine, resorting to violent pressure and illegal actions.'] (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine Gripped by Poll Turmoil (Novinite) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine ready to crush election lawlessness (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine cities defy poll result (BBC) 11/22/2004
  • Sen. Richard Lugar criticizes Ukraine vote (API/Wash Times) 11/22/2004
  • US believes Ukraine vote 'seriously flawed', sanctions likely - official (AFX/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • U.S. Threatens Punitive Steps Over Ukraine Election (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • US denounces 'serious flaws' in Ukraine vote, threatens sanctions (AFP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine gripped by standoff as opposition cries foul over vote outcome (AFP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Seething Ukrainians protest election result (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine Liberal Tells Supporters to Protest All Night (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine Supporters of Yushchenko Fill Streets (PRNewswire) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine Election Prompts Angry Protests (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine Set to Name PM President, Regions Rebel (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine Supporters of Yushchenko Fill Streets (PRNewswire) 11/22/2004
  • Yushchenko seeks to replace Central Elections Commission (Interfax-Russia) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine presidential vote rigged by the state: top US observer (AFP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • U.S. senator complains of vote rigging in Ukraine (Interfax-Russia) 11/22/2004
  • EU 'very concerned' about Ukraine polls results - UPDATE (AFX/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Two Ukrainian cities refuse to recognize presidential vote results (AFX/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Lviv recognizes Yushchenko as Ukrainian president (Interfax-Russia) 11/22/2004
  • Kiev leaders ask parliament to reject vote count (Reuters) 11/22/2004
  • Ukrainian PM's lead hit by 'vote-rigging' row (The Scotsman) 11/22/2004
  • Protests at 'undemocratic' Ukraine poll (Daily Telegraph) 11/22/2004
  • Observers denounce Ukraine election (Guardian) 11/22/2004
  • Kyiv calls on parliament not to recognize vote outcome (Interfax-Russia) 11/22/2004
  • Ukrainian elections commission says no complaints of violations filed (Interfax-Russia) 11/22/2004
  • Ukrainian Prime Minister Wins Runoff (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Second round of Ukrainian election failed to address election irregularities and lacked transparency (OSCE) 11/22/2004
  • Cries of Foul as Moscow's Man Heads for Ukrainian Election Win (The Scotsman) 11/22/2004
  • На Майдані Незалежності в цю ніч з'явилися палатки (5 канал) 11/22/2004
  • Влада розгортає війська. Перемогу Януковича гарантує спецназ? (Гаряча Лінія) 11/22/2004
  • Янукович 'переживає'. Ківалов його заспокоює (Українська правда) 11/22/2004
  • Kiev leaders ask parliament to reject vote count (Reuters) 11/22/2004
  • Lugar: Ukrainians should take action over election results (Interfax-Russia) 11/22/2004
  • [AUDIO] Accusations of Fraud in Ukraine Election (NPR) 11/22/2004
  • В АДМІНІСТРАЦІЇ ПРЕЗИДЕНТА ГОТУЮТЬСЯ ДО АКЦІЇ ОПОЗИЦІЇ (Українська правда) 11/22/2004
  • ЮЩЕНКО КАЖЕ, ЩО ПЕРЕМІГ. І ЦЕ ПОКЛАЛО ПОЧАТОК ДЕРЖАВНОМУ ПЕРЕВОРОТУ (Українська правда) 11/22/2004
  • У ЦВК оброблено 71,8% бюлетенів. на 5:05 За Ющенка проголосувало 47,46%, за Януковича - 48,89% (Українська правда) 11/22/2004
  • Безумовно, ми вибори виграли – Віктор Ющенко (Yushchenko.com.ua) 11/22/2004
  • Yushchenko's team to initiate [extraordinary] parliament session (Interfax-Russia) 11/22/2004
  • Yushchenko declares distrust to Central elections commission (Interfax-Russia) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine Awaits Presidential Runoff Result (NY Times) 11/22/2004
  • Opposition accuses government of vote rigging (Sydney Morning Herald) 11/22/2004
  • Violence disrupts vote at Ukraine presidential poll (Financial Times) 11/22/2004
  • Ukrainian opposition claims poll fraud (Guardian) 11/22/2004
  • Turnout at Ukrainian elections 79.22% - data from 213 districts (Interfax-Russia) 11/22/2004
  • The Case for Yushchenko (Moscow Times) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine poll fraud claims occupy observers (Financial Times) 11/22/2004
  • Vote leaves Ukraine on the brink (Daily Telegraph) 11/22/2004
  • Ukrainian Exit Polls Say Yushchenko Will Win Presidential Vote (Bloomberg) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: A young supporter of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko waves a national flag as he takes part in a rally in Kiev's main Independence Square... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko shout 'Yushchenko!' as they take part in a rally on Kiev's main thoroughfare and Independence Square... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, left, listens to his top ally Yulia Timoshenko as he prepares to address supporters in his headquarters in Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko gestures as he addresses a 50,000-strong crowd of supporters during a rally on Kiev's main thoroughfare and Independence Square... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition leader and top contender for the presidency Viktor Yushchenko, seen on poster foreground, wave campaign posters and flags during a rally in downtown Lviv, western Ukraine... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's key opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko place a poster reading 'Kiev won't welcome a convict' on the wall of the building in Ukrainian capital Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko gestures as he addresses a 100,000-strong crowd of supporters during a rally on Kiev's main thoroughfare and Independence Square (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's Western-leaning opposition leader, right, waves to the crowd at central Independence Square in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians greet western-leaning opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko in the central Independence Square, during a rally in Ukraine's capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko gestures a victory sign as he addresses a 100,000-strong crowd of supporters during a rally on Kiev's main thoroughfare and Independence Square (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians greet western-leaning opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko in the central Independence Square... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) talks to US Senator Richard Lugar, Head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during their meeting at the presidential office in Kiev, 19 November 2004. Lugar said the government helped rig the vote in favor of the pro-Moscow prime minister, Viktor Yanukovich... (AFP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko attend a rally in Kiev's main Independence Square, November 22, 2004. More than 100,000 Ukrainians poured into the streets of their capital on Monday to protest over the result of a presidential election they say was stolen by backers of Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Thousands of people gather in the main square of Lviv... (AFP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian soldier passes a military track and an armored personal carrier under netting stand outside the central election commission building in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, Nov. 22, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko addresses supporters during a rally on Kiev's main thoroughfare and Independence Square (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko rally in downtown Lviv, western Ukraine, on Monday. (CP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of Ukraine's opposition leader and top contender for the presidency Viktor Yushchenko holds the Mother of God icon during a rally downtown Lviv (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko rally in downtown Lviv... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko greets thousands of his supporters during a rally on the main square in Kiev. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko wave flags during a protest rally in Kiev... (AFP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Young demonstrators shout slogans as they take part in a rally in support of Ukraine's Prime Minister and Pro-Moscow presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich, in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk.. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Boris Nemtsov, a leader of the Russian Union of liberal party, right, listens to Petro Poroshenko, an ally of Ukraine's opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko, while Yushchenko's aide Yulia Tymoshenko, left, looks on during a street protest... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: U.S. Senator Richard Lugar, chairman of the Senate's Foreign Relations Committee, speaks during a news conference in Kiev Monday, Nov. 22, 2004. Lugar said the Ukraine's Sunday presidential election was marred by fraud, but he said that President Leonid Kuchma still has a chance to ensure a credible vote. (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko waves his campaign flags from a vehicle in central Kiev... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of Ukraine's opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko waves orange flags during a street protest in downtown Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko flashes a victory sign and shouts 'Yushchenko' during a rally in Kiev's main Independence Square... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's Western-leaning opposition leader, right, waves addressing to the crowd at central Independance square in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters wave campaign orange flags and ribbons in the central Independence square greeting opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko during his speech in Ukraine's capital Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko at Kiev's main Independence square... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's Western-leaning opposition reformer, gestures as he addresses a crowd at Kiev's main Independence square... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition leader and top contender for the presidency Viktor Yushchenko, seen on poster behind, wave campaign posters during a rally in downtown Lviv... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko (C) greets a 50,000-strong crowd... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko greets supporters as he leaves a polling station in Kiev... (AFP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko shout slogans for their leader during a protest rally in Kiev... (AFP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Cheating alleged in Ukraine poll (Reuters) 11/22/2004
  • [VIDEO] Voters in Ukraine are choosing a new president in the decisive second round of bitterly-fought and tight elections. (BBC) 11/22/2004
  • Ukraine's key election 'rigged'. Ukraine's opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko has accused the authorities of rigging Sunday's fiercely fought presidential run-off. (BBC) 11/22/2004
  • Ukrainians go to the polls amid cries of electoral fraud and insurrection. By Askold Krushelnycky (Independent) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko attend a rally in Kiev's main Independence Square, November 22, 2004. More than 100,000 Ukrainians poured into the streets of their capital on Monday to protest over the result of a presidential election they say was stolen by backers of Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich. (AP/Reuters) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: A tent camp in support of opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko is seen placed in Khreshchatyk, the main street in Ukraine's capital Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: A crowd in the central Independence square listens to opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko during his speech in Ukraine's capital Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's Western-leaning opposition reformer, gestures as he addresses a crowd at Kiev's main Independence square.... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's Western-leaning opposition reformer, gestures as he addresses a crowd at Kiev's main Independence square, accusing authorities of rigging the presidential vote.... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko (R) greet him during a rally in Kiev.... (AFP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko raises his fist as he greets his supporters at a rally in Kiev.... (AFP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: People in the central Independence square greet opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko during his speech in Ukraine's capital Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's Western-leaning opposition reformer, gestures as he addresses a crowd at Kiev's main Independence square... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Western-leaning opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko gives his thums-up signs a crowd after his speech in the central Independence square in Ukraine's capital Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition leader and top contender for the presidency Viktor Yushchenko wave campaign posters during a rally in downtown Lviv... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko wave a banner reading 'Yes' as they take part in a rally in central Kiev... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko flashes victory signs as he addresses a 50,000-strong crowd of supporters... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko addresses a crowd in the central Independence Square in Ukraine's capital Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, right, prepares to address to supporters in his headquarters in Kiev early Monday, Nov. 22, 2004. The Central Election Commission said early Monday that Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych was narrowly leading Viktor Yushchenko in Ukraine's election race, while exit polls put the opposition challenger ahead. The commission said that votes had been counted in more than 33 percent of precincts in Sunday's bitterly contested election, which is seen as determining whether Ukraine tilts toward the West or its traditional patron, Russia. At left is Yushchenko's top ally Yulia Timoshenko. (AP/Yahoo) 11/22/2004

  • Presidential election runoff: Press Release 5. 6:00 PM, Criminal Interferences Into the Voting Process (CVU) 11/21/2004
  • Presidential election runoff: Press Release 4. 3:00 PM, Criminal Interferences Into the Voting Process (CVU) 11/21/2004
  • Presidential election runoff: Press Release 3. 1:15 PM, Criminal Interferences Into the Voting Process (CVU) 11/21/2004
  • Presidential election runoff: Press Release 2. 12:00 AM, Keeping observers and journalists out of polling stations (CVU) 11/21/2004
  • Presidential election runoff: Press Release 1. 10:30 AM, Illegal expelling of commissioners (CVU) 11/21/2004
  • Ukraine: Voters Go To Polls In Crucial Presidential Vote. By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 11/21/2004
  • Both candidates declare victory in Ukraine vote (CBC) 11/21/2004
  • Liberal Sees Cheating in Ukraine Poll, Urges Demos (Reuters) 11/21/2004
  • Ukraine PM holds slight election lead (UPI/Wash Times) 11/21/2004
  • Crowds Gather to Support Ukrainian Candidate. 12,000 People in Kiev's Main Square Respond to Early Poll Results (Wash Post) 11/21/2004
  • Reports of Scattered Violence as Ukrainians Vote (NY Times) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko (L) leaves the Central Election Commission in Kiev, November 21, 2004. The liberal candidate in Ukraine's presidential election said on Monday, after polls had closed, that authorities were falsifying the results and he called on his supporters to stage peaceful street demonstrations. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko gestures as he answers journalists' questions during a news conference at the Central Election Commission in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych listens for first results at the the Central Elections Commission in a Kiev sports hall in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine early Monday, Nov. 22, 2004. The Central Election Commission said early Monday that Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych had collected 6 percent more votes in Ukraine's presidential race than Viktor Yushchenko, while exit polls put the opposition challenger ahead. (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych listens for first results at the Central Elections Commission in a Kiev sports hall... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Election commission officials count ballot papers at a polling station in Lviv... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Election commission officials empty a ballot-box at a polling station in Lviv... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Election commission official Miroslav, no second name available, sits next to ballot-boxes waiting to count ballot papers at a polling station in Lviv... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: A woman waits to cast her vote in a polling station in Kiev. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: A prisoner signs his ballot paper as an unidentified election commission member, left, looks on inside a jail in Lviv... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Election commission officials empty a ballot-box at a polling station in Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Election commission officials count ballots at a polling station in Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko cheer as they take part in a rally after the end of voting in Kiev's central Independence Square... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's election commission officials count ballots at the end of voting day at a polling station in Kiev... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's election commission officials count ballots after the end of voting day at a polling station in Kiev... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's election commission officials empty a ballot box after the end of voting day at a polling station in Kiev... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Viktor Yushchenko, key opposition leader and presidential candidate, wave his campaign orange flags reading 'Yes! Yushchenko', during a rally... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko waves a banner with his portrait at a massive gathering in downtown Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko waves a banner at a massive gathering in downtown Kiev Sunday, Nov. 21, 2004, celebrating exit polls... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Ukraine Exit Polls: Yushchenko Leads Presidential Race [November 21, 2:11 pm ET] (PRNewswire) 11/21/2004
  • Yushchenko leading with 54% at Ukrainian elections - exit polls [Nov 21 2004 10:16PM] (Interfax-Russia) 11/21/2004
  • Ukraine's Opposition Holds Sunday Night Parallel Vote Count; Braces For Possible Government Crackdown (PRNewswire) 11/21/2004
  • Turnout at Ukraine's vote in Moscow at 4,750 - vote count (Interfax-Russia) 11/21/2004
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko Leads in Vote, Exit Polls Say (Update1) (Bloomberg) 11/21/2004
  • Reports of Scattered Violence as Ukrainians Vote (NY Times) 11/21/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukraine Votes in Presidential Run-Off (NPR) 11/21/2004
  • Ukraine Exit Polls: Yushchenko Leads Presidential Race (PR Newswire) 11/21/2004
  • Ukraine's Opposition Holds Sunday Night Parallel Vote Count; Braces For Possible Government Crackdown (PR Newswire) 11/21/2004
  • Ukraine on Alert for Election Fraud and Violence (PR Newswire) 11/21/2004
  • Defense Ministry denies sending armored vehicles to Kyiv (Interfax-Russia) 11/21/2004
  • Yanukovych's HQ files 350 lawsuits (Part 2) (Interfax-Russia) 11/21/2004
  • Violence disrupts Ukraine presidential elections. By Tom Warner in Dnipropetrovsk and Stefan Wagstyl in Kiev (Financial Times) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: A tent camp in support of opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko is seen placed in the central Independence square in Ukraine's capital Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Exit Poll: Challenger Leads in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Pro-West opposition leader wins Ukraine presidential vote: exit poll (AFP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Polls close in Ukraine's presidential runoff vote [Exit-poll: pro-Western opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko won with 58 percent of the vote, compared to 39 percent for pro-Russia prime minister Viktor Yanukovich] (AFP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Активісти 'Студентської хвилі' викрили так звану 'карусель' [Voter 'carousel' - 100 hrynias to carry in a ballot filled out for one candidate, paid after the blank one is brought back out] (5 канал) 11/21/2004
  • В Києві на дільниці 42 зняли голову комісії і вивели 9 її членів [Commissioner and 9 members fired in Kyiv district 42; district went for opposition candidate Yushchenko in 1st round] (5 канал) 11/21/2004
  • Ukrainian Opposition Charges Voting Irregularities [A spokesman for Ukrainian opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko says more than 2,500 observers are not being allowed to enter polling stations to monitor today's presidential election in Ukraine.] (RFE/RL) 11/21/2004
  • Senior electoral official admits violations in Ukraine's run-off (Interfax-Russia) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: A woman waits to cast her vote in a polling station in Kiev... (AFP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: An elderly Ukrainian woman casts her ballot at the polling station in the village Ulichne, western Ukraine... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian former Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko gestures greeting supporters as he leaves a polling station in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Exit poll shows Yushchenko wins Ukraine vote (Reuters) 11/21/2004
  • Unrest Reported at Ukrainian Polling Place (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Leader of the opposition and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko (L) greets his supporters as he leaves a polling station in Kiev. Pro-Western opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko won Ukraine's presidential runoff election, comfortably beating pro-Russia Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, an independent exit poll showed. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • [AUDIO] Ukrainians to Vote in Presidential Runoff [from 11/20/04] (NPR) 11/21/2004
  • PORA stops busloads of absentee balloters; activists put life on the line to prevent falsification in presidential election [FOTO/S] (BRAMA) 11/21/2004
  • НА ВИБОРЧІЙ ДІЛЬНИЦІ ВБИТО МІЛІЦІОНЕРА (Українська правда) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian woman Maria Gabchak, left, casts her ballot paper while her compatriot Rozalia, right, looks on at home in the village Ulichne, western Ukraine... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: An elderly Ukrainian woman leaving a booth with her ballot is seen through a ballot box... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian former PM and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, left, walks behind Patriarch Filaret, the head of the Kiev patriarchate faction of Ukraine Orthodox Church... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Outgoing Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma casts his ballot at a polling station in Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Outgoing Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma leaves a polling booth in Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Ukraine's voter turnout over 55% as of 3:00 p.m. [Kyiv time] - commission [in a number of regions, the run-off has drawn a lower voter turnout than the October 31 first round] (Interfax-Russia) 11/21/2004
  • Temnyk of Medvedchuk for the elections [Government authorities prepare two scenarios - falsification and disruption of elections] (Ukrainska Pravda) 11/21/2004
  • Antiyushchenko propaganda used the 25th frame effect. Government backed channels ignored the request for refutation. (Ukrainska Pravda) 11/21/2004
  • Plans of Ukraine's key presidential hopefuls (Reuters) 11/21/2004
  • Major economic issues for new Ukraine leader (Reuters) 11/21/2004
  • Tense Ukraine runoff. Presidential politics in Chernobyl land (SF Tribune) 11/21/2004
  • Vote cherished in other places, unlike Alberta (Edmonton Journal) 11/21/2004
  • Democracy at stake in election (Edmonton Journal) 11/21/2004
  • Economy key issue in Ukrainian runoff vote (AP/Chicago Tribune) 11/21/2004
  • 'Пора' блокувала виїзд із Києва двох автобусів з 'відкріпниками' [PORA stopped 2 'absentee ballot' buses from departing Kyiv] (5 канал) 11/21/2004
  • З Черкас до Києва прибули 7 автобусів з 'відкріпниками' [Seven busloads of 'absentee balloters' driven from Chekassy to Kyiv] (5 канал) 11/21/2004
  • В Миколаївській області офіційних спостерігачів виганяють з виборчих дільниць [In Mykolaiv oblast, official observers being chased away from polling stations] (5 канал) 11/21/2004
  • У ЦВК твердять, що в курсі масових фальсифікацій [CEC confirms massive falsification of ballots] (5 канал) 11/21/2004
  • У Києві і Львові знайшли ручки зі зникаючою пастою [Pens with disappearing ink found in Kyiv and Lviv polling stations] (Українська правда) 11/21/2004
  • Голоси за Януковича купують за горілку, а у Львові і Сумах громитимуть дільниці [A bottel of vodka for a Yanukovych vote; polling stations attacked in Lviv and Sumy] (Українська правда) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's PM and a presidential candidate, leaves a voting cabin at a polling station in Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Ukrainians begin choosing new president (Reuters) 11/21/2004
  • Ukrainians Choose New President in Landmark Vote (Reuters) 11/21/2004
  • Vote-rigging will not influence outcome of elections - Yushchenko (Interfax-Russia) 11/21/2004
  • Ukrainians Vote in Runoff Round of Presidential Election (VOA) 11/21/2004
  • Ukrainians cast ballots in presidential run-off (AP/National Post) 11/21/2004
  • Ukrainian Election: Viktor vs. Viktor (AFP/Deutsche Welle) 11/21/2004
  • Police Officer Killed in Ukrainian Polling Station [Cherkassy] (Novinite) 11/21/2004
  • Ukraine Voters Face a Political Crossroads (LA Times) 11/21/2004
  • Tight race a debate on Ukraine's direction (Boston Globe) 11/21/2004
  • Voting starts in key Ukraine poll (BBC) 11/21/2004
  • Ukraine torn apart by dirty election tactics. Russian-backed premier pulls out the stops to rob favourite of presidency (The Scotsman) 11/21/2004
  • Ukrainian Voters Go to Polls to Elect Nation's Third President (Bloomberg) 11/21/2004
  • Photos: 'Живий щит фальсифікаціям' (ПОРА) 11/21/2004
  • План 'ПОРИ' на ніч виборів (ПОРА) 11/21/2004
  • Звернення громадянської кампанії ПОРА до народу України (ПОРА) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian former PM and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko holds his infant son Taras after voting as he leaves a polling station in Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Kostya Negoda, 5, helps his father to cast his ballot at a polling station during presidential elections in Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: A woman holds her new-born twins as she casts her ballot paper at a maternity hospital in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Petro Lukashenko looks trhough the magnifying glass to sign his ballot paper in the village of Grebelki... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian former PM and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, center, his wife Kateryna, right, and granddaughter Yaryna, below right, light candles in a church in Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian PM and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko touches his heart as he greets people at a polling station in Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian former PM and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, right, shows a V sign to a supporter as he leaves a polling station after casting his ballot in Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko (R) talks to his supporters before voting at a polling station in Kiev... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko with his daughter Sofia casts his ballot at a polling station in Kiev... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian PM and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko casts his ballot as his daughter Sofia watches... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko with his daughter Sofia leaves a booth to cast his ballot paper... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko leaves a booth to cast his ballot at a polling station in Kiev... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian soldiers stand in line as they wait to receive ballots... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian soldier leaves a voting booth as other soldiers stand in line to receive ballots... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: A soldier of Ukraine's Presidential regiment looks at an elderly woman casting her ballot... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian coal miner casts his ballot at a polling station organized at a mine in the town of Gorlivka... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Presidential regiment soldiers leave a booth to cast their ballots at a polling station in Kiev... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: [FILE] Supporters of Ukrainian opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko decorate a statue of Ukraine's first president Mikhail Grushevski with orange bands in the town of Lviv... (AFP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko casts his vote at a polling station in Kiev... (AFP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian PM Viktor Yanukovich greets his supporters after voting in Kiev... (AFP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian PM and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych greets his supporters after voting... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's PM and a presidential candidate, speaks to media... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's PM and a presidential candidate, smiles as he prepares to vote... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian PM and pro-Moscow presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich casts his ballot... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian PM and pro-Moscow presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich leaves a booth... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian orthodox priest leaves a booth to cast his ballot... (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/21/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian woman leaves a polling booth at a polling station in Kiev... (AP/Yahoo) 11/21/2004

  • Ukrainian student group in Germany holds vigil; circulates petition to protest human rights abuses (BRAMA) 11/20/2004
  • Youths around the world send 'orange-aid' for Ukraine's presidential election (BRAMA) 11/20/2004
  • Кризові менеджери Медведчука прикривають прихід 'донецьких' на Черкащину (Українська правда) 11/20/2004
  • Гаряча субота на українських залізницях. Десятки потягів розвозять містами України 'туристів' та 'спостерігачів' (BBC Ukrainian) 11/20/2004
  • Чому не вийшов 'День'? Головний редактор газети 'День' розповідає, чому її газета вперше за 8 років не побачила світ (BBC Ukrainian) 11/20/2004
  • Прихильники Януковича везуть голосувати українців з Росії (BBC Ukrainian) 11/20/2004
  • Battle lines drawn in Ukraine vote (BBC) 11/20/2004
  • Kuchma warns over Ukraine chaos (BBC) 11/20/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma Calls for Calm on Eve of Poll (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • Ukraine's Kuchma vows 'no revolution' as opposition threatens protests (AFP/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • Photo: [FILE] Ukraine's outgoing President Leonid Kuchma vowed that there would be 'no revolution' on the eve of presidential elections in which the pro-Western opposition has threatened mass protests. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • Metropolitan Moisey, Primate of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church - Canonical Gives Support for Yushchenko (BRAMA) 11/20/2004
  • Як фальшувалися президентські вибори-99: нові свідчення [Мельниченко та Єльяшкевич] (5 канал) 11/20/2004
  • Ukrainian Village Focuses on Election [Demidyv, Ukraine] (AP/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • Ющенківці підуть на вибори зі снігом, януковичці - з морозом (Українська правда) 11/20/2004
  • Через непогоду майже тисяча двісті населених пунктів України залишились без електроенергії (5 канал) 11/20/2004
  • Editorial: Follow Havel's moral example [During his time as president, (Czech president Havel) refused to issue visas to Alexandr Lukashenko, president of Belarus and Leonid Kuchma, president of Ukraine...saying that he did not welcome dictators who violated human rights.] (Taipei Times) 11/20/2004
  • Bush Warns Ukraine To Conduct Fair Election (RFE/RL) 11/20/2004
  • U.S., Europe will scrutinize tomorrow's election. By Natalia A. Feduschak (Wash Times) 11/20/2004
  • Ukraine poised for crucial vote under watchful eye of West, Russia (AFP/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • Ukraine readies for knife-edge poll (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • In Ukraine, orange ribbons signal a desire to cut the ties with Soviet past (Globe and Mail) 11/20/2004
  • Ukrainians set for a crucial weekend vote. A choice between the West, Russia (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) 11/20/2004
  • Op-ed: Russia's imperial future hinges on upcoming vote in Ukraine (UExpress/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • Congressmen like what they're paid to see (Wash Times) 11/20/2004
  • Funding Of Election Monitors A Concern. Glowing account of Ukraine vote given by paid U.S. observers (Wash Post) 11/20/2004
  • Human Rights Organizations Condemn Using Church in Campaigning (RISU) 11/20/2004
  • UOC-MP Orthodox Held Pro-Yanukovch Demonstration without Official Blessing (RISU) 11/20/2004
  • Autocephalous Orthodox-Canonical Head Personally Supports Yushchenko (RISU) 11/20/2004
  • Catholic Youth to Pray for Fair Election (RISU) 11/20/2004
  • Прем'єр-міністр України Віктор Янукович зустрівся з генеральним директором міжнародної організації 'Репортери без кордонів' (Урядовий портал) 11/20/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko (R) greets US Senator Richard Lugar in Kiev. Ukraine prepared for a crucial runoff presidential vote that pits a pro-Russia prime minister against a Western-leaning opposition leader as Washington warned Kiev of consequences if the poll is rigged. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • Photo: U.S. Senator Richard G. Lugar, left, looks on while Serhiy Kivalov, head of Central Election Commission, smiles prior to their meeting in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Nov. 20, 2004. Lugar has come to Ukraine as the representative of President George W. Bush to observe Sunday's presidential election. Ukrainians will 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. Yushchenko was forced off the campaign trail this fall by a mysterious illness that left his face bloated and riddled with lesions. (AP/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • Photo: Activists of Ukraine's student pro-democracy group Pora walk through the Independence Square in support of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko in Kiev, Saturday, Nov. 20, 2004 carrying a flag reading 'It's time'. Ukrainians will 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) 11/20/2004
  • Photo: A municipal worker removes orange ribbons, bearing the campaign colour of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, from trees in Kiev, November 20, 2004. Campaigning is prohibited on the eve of Ukraine's presidential run-off vote, seen as a choice between it tilting towards the West or Moscow. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian woman passes by partially removed campaign posters of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, in central Kiev, November 20, 2004. Campaigning is prohibited on the eve of Ukraine's presidential run-off vote, seen as a choice between it tilting towards the West or Moscow. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • Photo: A woman buys rolls from a street vendor in Kiev. Ukraine prepared for a crucial runoff presidential vote that pits a pro-Russia prime minister against a Western-leaning opposition leader as Washington warned Kiev of consequences if the poll is rigged. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • An unidentified cameraman films ballot boxes at a polling station in Kiev, Saturday, Nov. 20, 2004. Ukrainians will vote in the presidential election Sunday after months of tension that included widespread allegations of official interference, claims that a candidate was poisoned by his foes and a cliffhanger first-round vote. (AP/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • Photo: An election commission officials install a voting box on a polling station in Lviv, western Ukraine, Saturday, Nov. 20, 2004. In Sunday's runoff, pro-Russian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, who runs with Kuchma's backing, will face Western-leaning reformer, opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko. (AP/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • Photo: Election commission official Evgene Kucherenko installs an Ukrainian state flag next to voting boxes on a polling station in Lviv, western Ukraine, Saturday, Nov. 20, 2004. In Sunday's runoff, pro-Russian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, who runs with Kuchma's backing, will face Western-leaning reformer, opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko. (AP/Yahoo) 11/20/2004
  • Ukrainians choose (IHT) 11/20/2004
  • Geopolitical rivalry casts shadows over Ukraine election battle (Financial Times) 11/20/2004

  • US envoy tells Ukraine leaders to hold fair vote [Lugar] (AFP/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • [Canadian] Minister Pettigrew calls for free, fair and transparent election in Ukraine (News.gc.ca) 11/19/2004
  • Senate passes resolution urging government of Ukraine to ensure a democratic, transparent, and fair run-off election (BRAMA) 11/19/2004
  • Бiлий дiм закликає українську владу дати можливiсть українцям обрати свого наступного президента вiльно (VOA) 11/19/2004
  • Ukraine on Edge With Crucial Presidential Runoff Vote Set for Sunday (VOA) 11/19/2004
  • Ukraine Election Approaches [AUDIO][All Things Considered] (NPR) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's key opposition leader and top presidential candidate, Viktor Yushchenko, right, is seen sitting with his wife Kateryna, third from left, holding their children in their arms, left to right daughter Khrystyna, granddaughter Yaryna, daughter Sofia and youngest son Taras, in his apartment in Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday Nov. 17, 2004. Standing are daughter Vitalina, left, and son Andriy. On Sunday, Western-leaning reformer Yushchenko and pro-Russian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych will face runoff in the country's crucial presidential election. (AP/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Presidential candidate and leader of the Ukrainian opposition Viktor Yushcenko answers questions during a press-confernce in Kiev. Yushchenko warned of 'total fraud' to ensure victory by the pro-Russian official candidate (AFP/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Ukraine Liberal Vows Demonstrations if Cheated (Reuters) 11/19/2004
  • Sad Slavs: Ukrainians see themselves as Europe's most miserable people (AP/Canadian Press) 11/19/2004
  • Звіт Комітету виборців України (КВУ) 11/19/2004
  • КВУ оприлюднив результати моніторингу виборчої ситуації протягом 1-17 листопада 2004 року (КВУ) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych gestures as he campaigns before a crowd of supporters in a Kiev sports hall in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine Friday, Nov.19, 2004, two days before the hotly contested second round of the presidential election. Yanukovych promised more jobs and Soviet-style improvements in the social sector and offered closer ties with Russia, a key trade partner. (AP/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych gestures as he campaigns before a crowd of supporters in a sports hall in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine Friday, Nov.19, 2004, two days before the hotly contested second round of the presidential election. (AP/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Ukraine liberal threatens protest (BBC) 11/19/2004
  • Ukraine Braces for Presidential Run Off (The Scotsman) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych gestures as he campaigns before a crowd of supporters in a sports hall in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine Friday, Nov.19, 2004, two days before the hotly contested second round of the presidential elections. Yanukovych promised more jobs and Soviet-style improvements in the social sector and offered closer ties with Russia, a key trade partner. The banner reads 'New president'. (AP/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • What's at Stake in Ukraine? (TCS) 11/19/2004
  • Yushchenko ahead in polls by 8 points, backed by broad coalition (Our Ukraine) 11/19/2004
  • Фронт боротьби за демократію проходить через Україну, вважають інтелектуали (Потяг 76) 11/19/2004
  • Книговидавці за цивілізовану, освічену, европейську Україну: політична заява (Потяг 76) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and pro-Moscow presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich addresses supporters during his speech at a hall in Kiev, November 19, 2004. Yanukovich, 54, whose power base is in the industrial, Russian-speaking east of the country, favors strong state control of key economic sectors and wants closer links with Russia, the former imperial master. Ukraine's presidential run-off on Sunday will determine whether the ex-Soviet state will follow liberal Viktor Yushchenko's westward vision or his rival's push for closer Moscow ties. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) greets US Senator Richard Lugar, Head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during their meeting at the presidential office in Kiev. Lugar arrived in Ukraine to monitor the country's presidential elections run-off. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • OSCE Chairman hopes second round of Ukrainian presidential election will be free and fair (OSCE) 11/19/2004
  • Ukraine's Democratic Strengths (Wash Post) 11/19/2004
  • На Івано-Франківщині у працівників міліції збирають відкріпні талони (5 канал) 11/19/2004
  • Представник Буша невдоволений кампанією й розчарований ініціативою Ющенка (Українська правда) 11/19/2004
  • Ющенко знає про два сценарія влади, щоб не допустити його до влади (Українська правда) 11/19/2004
  • Georgia’s Long Shadow. The Ukrainian government’s candidate for president is fighting a seemingly hopeless battle for student votes, while many students fight just as hard to defeat him. Why are the students so feared? (Transitions Online) 11/19/2004
  • President of Eastern Ukraine? In the last days of his premiership, Viktor Yanukovych is again showing the talents and characteristics that took him to the top. (Transitions Online) 11/19/2004
  • Analysis: Ukraine's Compromised Choice. By Jan Maksymiuk (RFE/RL) 11/19/2004
  • Voters Brace For Presidential Runoff Amid Allegations Of Dirty Tricks. By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 11/19/2004
  • Poisoning, 'Dead Souls' Mar Election. Reformer Who Wants Ukraine Out of Iraq Faces Current PM (ABC News) 11/19/2004
  • Detentions over asking for election results condemned, fears for election re-run heightened (Amnesty International) 11/19/2004
  • Ukraine voters brace for Sunday presidential runoff after virtual electoral tie (AP/CBC) 11/19/2004
  • Ukraine Candidate [Yushchenko] Says Cheating Will Set Off Demos (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • 19 листопада - останній день передвиборної агітації (Гаряча Лінія) 11/19/2004
  • Kuchma won't sign absentee voting ban (Interfax-Moscow) 11/19/2004
  • Кучма заявив - він ні в якому разі не підпише ухвалений вчора парламентом закон, котрий, зокрема, забороняє використання відкріпних талонів (5 канал) 11/19/2004
  • Growing media harassment a threat to press freedom ahead of presidential elections run-off (Reporters sans frontières) 11/19/2004
  • Commentary: Show time in Kiev. By Ariel Cohen (Wash Times) 11/19/2004
  • Two Viktors, only one victor (Economist) 11/19/2004
  • Ukrainian Candidates Are Neck-And-Neck in Elections (Bloomberg) 11/19/2004
  • Ukrainians to choose their 'Viktor' in presidential run-off (EurActiv) 11/19/2004
  • Kyrgyz intelligence agency accused of kidnapping prominent rights defender [before flying to Ukraine to observe its presidential election runoff] (AP/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Outgoing Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, left, looks on while U.S. Senator Richard G. Lugar smiles before their talks at the presidential office in Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, Nov. 19, 2004. Lugar has come to Ukraine as the representative of President George W. Bush to observe Sunday presidential election. (AP/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: A suppoerter of opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko ties an orange ribbon on a tree, during an action for support of Ukraine's opposition leader and top contender for the presidency, in downtown Lviv, western Ukraine, Friday, Nov. 19, 2004. In Sunday's runoff, pro-Russian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, who runs with President Kuchma's backing, will face Western-leaning reformer, opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko. (AP/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) listens to U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Richard Lugar of Indiana as they meet at the presidential office in Kiev, November 19, 2004. Lugar arrived in Ukraine on Friday to monitor the country's presidential election run-off due on November 21. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Outgoing Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, left, greets U.S. Senator Richard G. Lugar before their talks at the presidential office in Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, Nov. 19, 2004. Lugar has come to Ukraine as the representative of President George W. Bush to observe Sunday presidential election. (AP/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition leader and presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko gestures as he speaks during a news conference he held in Kiev, November 19, 2004. The liberal challenger in a closely fought presidential election in Ukraine vowed Friday to lead his supporters out on to the streets if authorities cheated to give victory to his opponent. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Outgoing Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma speaks at a news conference in Kiev on Friday, Nov. 19, 2004, a few days before the country's crucial presidential vote. In Sunday's runoff, pro-Russian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, who runs with Kuchma's backing, will face Western-leaning reformer, opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko. (AP/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian former Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko speaks to media during his news conference in Kiev, Friday, Nov. 19, 2004. Yushchenko's face is puffy and covered with lesions _ a result of a mysterious ailment his allies attributed to poisoning by political opponents. A pro-government parliamentary commission said Yushchenko suffers from a viral infection that could render him unfit for presidential office. Ukrainians will 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) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko waves to supporters after his news conference in Kiev, November 19, 2004. The liberal challenger, in a closely fought presidential election in Ukraine, vowed on Friday to lead his supporters out on to the streets if authorities cheated to give victory to his opponent. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Війна проти Ющенка. План розміщення 'чорнухи' (Українська правда) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian former Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, his face disfigured by illness, is seen speaking to the media during his news conference in Kiev, Friday, Nov. 19, 2004. Ukrainians will 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) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Former Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko talks to the media during his news conference in Kiev, Friday, Nov. 19, 2004. Ukrainians will 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) 11/19/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition leader and presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko gestures as he speaks during a news conference in Kiev, November 19, 2004. The liberal challenger in a closely fought presidential election in Ukraine vowed on Friday to bring his supporters out on to the streets if authorities cheated to give victory to his opponent. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • 21 ЛИСТОПАДА - ДРУГИЙ ТУР ПРЕЗИДЕНТСЬКИХ ВИБОРІВ В УКРАЇНІ (Website) 11/19/2004
  • У Києві розповсюджують фальшивку, де Ющенко ніби то закликає не йти на вибори (IMI) 11/19/2004
  • “Le Monde”: Якщо не буде струму, народ прийде голосувати з свічками (IMI) 11/19/2004
  • En Ukraine, l'opposition croit en sa victoire au second tour de l'élection présidentielle (Le Monde) 11/19/2004
  • L'éditorial: Nostalgie à la russe (Le Monde) 11/19/2004
  • Полювання на ПОРУ почалось! (ПОРА) 11/19/2004
  • Затримання в Миколаєві (ПОРА) 11/19/2004
  • Андрій Шевченко призвав голосувати за Януковича (Гаряча Лінія) 11/19/2004
  • UOC-Kyiv Patriarchate Orthodox in Volyn Condemn UOC-MP Campaigning (RISU) 11/19/2004
  • Christian Leaders Condemn Attempts by Churches at Interfering in Election Campaign (RISU) 11/19/2004
  • Pro-Yushchenko Parliamentarian Says Government “Discredits” Church Authority (RISU) 11/19/2004
  • Union of Christian Rebirth and Christian Democratic Union Ask Prayers for Ukraine (RISU) 11/19/2004
  • Нова Каховка: незручний мер. В його хаті - обшук (5 канал) 11/19/2004
  • Eyes on Ukraine as candidates symbolise old east-west divide By Tom Warner (Financial Times) 11/19/2004

  • Allow Free Choice in Election, U.S. Urges Ukrainian Authorities; Senator Lugar will travel to Ukraine for vote at Bush's behest (USDOS) 11/18/2004
  • White House Warns Ukraine to Guard Voting (AP/Yahoo) 11/18/2004
  • Photo: [FILE] The White House called for a clean second round in voting in Ukraine's presidential polls between West-leaning reformer Viktor Yushchenko, shown here at a rally on November 13, and his pro-Russia rival, Viktor Yanukovich. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/18/2004
  • Washington calls for a clean second round in Ukrainian voting (AFP/Yahoo) 11/18/2004
  • U.S. urges fair elections in Ukraine (UPI/Wash Times) 11/18/2004
  • Solana pleads for fair run-off vote in Ukraine (Reuters/Pakistan Daily Times) 11/18/2004
  • Analysis: Enter Gazpromneft. By Roman Kupchinsky (RFE/RL) 11/18/2004
  • Kuchma Warns Opposition Threatening Democracy (RFE/RL) 11/18/2004
  • Звернення Віктора Ющенка до громадян (Українська правда) 11/18/2004
  • Мітинг на підтримку Януковича (фоторепортаж) (Гаряча Лінія) 11/18/2004
  • Урядова газета в Криму зробила з Ющенка монстра (Гаряча Лінія) 11/18/2004
  • Лист, що ходить по державним установам… (Гаряча Лінія) 11/18/2004
  • Ukrainian-Manitobans to hold symbolic vote (CBC) 11/18/2004
  • Victor Yushchenko's address to the people of Ukraine on the eve of the election (BRAMA) 11/18/2004
  • Photo: Supporter of Ukraine's opposition leader and top contender for the presidency Viktor Yushchenko holds a Ukrainian flag during a rally in downtown Lviv, western Ukraine, Thursday, Nov. 18, 2004. At right is a monument to Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko. (AP/Yahoo) 11/18/2004
  • Victor Yushchenko's address to the people of Ukraine on the eve of the election (BRAMA) 11/18/2004
  • Ющенко закликає українців захищати свій вибір й виходити на майдани (5 канал) 11/18/2004
  • Ukrainian-American Technology Group Mobilizes Supporters for a Free and Fair Presidential Election (BRAMA) 11/18/2004
  • White House releases statement on upcoming Ukrainian elections (BRAMA) 11/18/2004
  • U.S. rejects visa of candidate's key supporter [Gregory Surkis, a lawmaker and businessman who is one of Mr. Yanukovych's most prominent political allies...On the list are Mr. Kuchma's chief of staff, Viktor Medvedchuk, who is thought to be the brain behind Mr. Yanukovych's campaign; the president's son-in-law and parliament member, Viktor Pinchuk; General Prosecutor Gennadiy Vasyliev; and Minister of Internal Affairs Mykola Bilokon.] (Wash Times) 11/18/2004
  • Ukraine's east-west showdown (BBC) 11/18/2004
  • Correction: Ukraine-Elections Story [AP erroneously translated a statement by Viktor Yushchenko. The word 'free' was mistranslated as 'honest.'] (AP/Yahoo) 11/18/2004
  • Леонід Кучма заявив: нині є загроза для демократії, якщо 'деякі політичні сили' не вгамують емоції (5 канал) 11/18/2004
  • Верховна Рада скасувала відкріплювальні талони [Для того, щоб закон став чинним, його має підписати президент. Опозиція переконана, що Леонід Кучма, як гарант чесних виборів, про що він неодноразово заявляв, обов'язково підпише закон завтра.] (5 канал) 11/18/2004
  • Результати екзит-полу проведеного російським фондом 'Общєствєнноє мнєніє' - фальшивка (5 канал) 11/18/2004
  • Перший Президент Кравчук боїться народної революції (5 канал) 11/18/2004
  • У Вінниці у приміщенні Державної податкової інспекції знайдені агітаційні матеріали за кандидата Януковича та антиагітацію проти кандидата Ющенка (5 канал) 11/18/2004
  • Схвалено закон про заборону відкріпних посвідчень. Парламент схвалив закон, який забороняє голосування за відкріпними талонами (BBC Ukrainian) 11/18/2004
  • Кучма: держава здатна захистити демократичні завоювання . Президент напередодні 2-го туру голосування утримався від відвертої підтримки одного з кандидатів (BBC Ukrainian) 11/18/2004
  • Соціалісти - про порушення в 35 виборчих округах. Соціалістична партія заявила, що в 35 виборчих округах голосування відбулось з порушеннями (BBC Ukrainian) 11/18/2004
  • Віктор Ющенко: вірю в перемогу, бо вірю в мудрість виборців. У зверненні до виборців Віктор Ющенко закликав допомогти унеможливити фальсифікації у 2 турі (BBC Ukrainian) 11/18/2004
  • Молебен у Лаврі замість Хресної Ходи. Близько 5 тисяч віручих УПЦ Московського патріархату з'їхалися до Києва, щоб підтримати Віктора Януковича (BBC Ukrainian) 11/18/2004
  • Op-ed: The Color of Freedom and Oranges. By Yuri Andrukhovych SPECIAL (BRAMA) 11/18/2004
  • Photo: Demonstrators shout slogans as they take part in a meeting in support of Ukraine's opposition leader and presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko, in central Kiev November 18, 2004. Ukrainians rallied on Thursday to show their support to Western-leaning Yushchenko, three days before Ukraine's presidential run-off which could determine whether the ex-Soviet state will follow Yushchenko's westward vision or his rival's push for closer Moscow ties. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/18/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian miner shouts slogans next to a banner depicting Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich with an inscription 'New president' during a meeting in central Kiev, November 18, 2004. About 3,000 members of trade unions rallied on Thursday claiming their support for Yanukovich, three days before Ukraine's presidential run-off which could determine whether the ex-Soviet state will follow Yushchenko's westward vision or his rival's push for closer Moscow ties. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/18/2004
  • Photo: Demonstrators shout slogans and hold a poster depicting Ukraine's opposition leader and presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko, with an inscription reading 'Yes' during a meeting in central Kiev, November 18, 2004. Ukrainians rallied on Thursday to show their support to Western-leaning Yushchenko, three days before Ukraine's presidential run-off which could determine whether the ex-Soviet state will follow Yushchenko's westward vision or his rival's push for closer Moscow ties. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/18/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma answers journalists' questions during a news conference at the presidential press centre in Kiev, November 18, 2004. Ukraine's outgoing president denied opposition's allegations of authorities pressure during the presidential election campaign and claimed on Thursday the country needs a fair and open vote, three days before the run-off. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/18/2004
  • Kiev goes orange for Ukraine election (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/18/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma gestures as he answers journalists' questions during a news conference at the presidential press center in Kiev, November 18, 2004. Ukraine's outgoing president denied opposition's allegations of authorities pressure during the presidential election campaign and claimed on Thursday the country needs fair and open vote, three days before the run-off. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/18/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian miners shout slogans and hold a banner depicting Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich with an inscription 'New president' during a meeting in central Kiev, November 18, 2004. About 3,000 members of trade unions rallied on Thursday claiming their support for Yanukovich, three days before Ukraine's presidential run-off which could determine whether the ex-Soviet state will follow Yushchenko's westward vision or his rival's push for closer Moscow ties. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/18/2004
  • State employees told to obtain absentee ballots. Officials dismissed in pro-Yushchenko areas; Observers arrested. (Our Ukraine) 11/18/2004
  • Віктор Янукович критикує опонента та обіцяє більше грошей. Прем'єр-міністр України Віктор Янукович у виступі на телебаченні назвав Віктора Ющенка старою владою (BBC Ukrainian) 11/18/2004
  • International observers for Ukraine presidential election hold press conference in Kyiv Monday (OSCE) 11/18/2004
  • Putin woos Ukraine with a Russian common market (CS Monitor) 11/18/2004
  • Ukraine Premier Promises Prosperity (Reuters/Moscow Times) 11/18/2004
  • Students mobilise in Ukraine election (Independent) 11/18/2004
  • Yanukovych Turns to Wheat to Court Ukraine's Farm Vote (Reuters/Moscow Times) 11/18/2004

  • «Пора» розпочинає студентський страйк (VOA) 11/17/2004
  • Сенатор Луґар напередоднi вiдбуття в Україну говорить про важливiсть виборiв (VOA) 11/17/2004
  • Опозицiя вважає, що готується фальсифiкацiя результатiв другого туру (VOA) 11/17/2004
  • Putin Says Russia Will Get New Nuclear Missiles in Near Future (Bloomberg) 11/17/2004
  • Заява з приводу масового позбавлення права обирати громадян західних областей (КВУ) 11/17/2004
  • Photo: An activist of the Ukrainian youth 'Pora' movement wears a headband with an inscription 'Yushchenko-Yes!' and a sticker reading 'Pora (It's time!)' as she takes part in a meeting in Kiev, November 17, 2004. Ukraine's opposition youth staged a rally on Wednesday demanding honest and fair presidential election run-off which could determine whether the ex-Soviet state will follow Yushchenko's westward vision or his rival's push for closer Moscow ties, four days before the vote. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/17/2004
  • На Західній Україні складають списки тих, хто здав відкріпні талони. Представник ДАІ на прес-конференції підтвердив, що на Західній Україні в людей збирають відкріпні талони (BBC Ukrainian) 11/17/2004
  • Ukranian Pro-Democracy Group Protests (AP/Yahoo) 11/17/2004
  • Photo: Activists of the Ukrainian youth 'Pora' movement shout slogans as they take part in a meeting in support of presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko in Kiev, November 17, 2004. Ukraine's opposition youth staged a rally on Wednesday demanding honest and fair presidential election run-off which could determine whether the ex-Soviet state will follow Yushchenko's westward vision or his rival's push for closer Moscow ties, four days before the vote. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/17/2004
  • Ukraine's Presidential Election: The Turning Point? (Helsinki Commission briefing 16 Nov. 2004) (BRAMA) 11/17/2004
  • Canadian parliamentarians blast Putin's involvement in Ukraine elections (BRAMA) 11/17/2004
  • Звіт тимчасової слідчої комісії Верховної Ради щодо отруєння Віктора Ющенка не буде оприлюднений до президентських виборів (5 канал) 11/17/2004
  • Микола Мельниченко оприлюднив нові плівки у Варшаві (5 канал) 11/17/2004
  • We were told to fix Ukraine election, say police chiefs. By Askold Krushelnycky (Independent) 11/17/2004
  • Photo: An elderly Ukrainian woman begs for change in an attempt to earn additional money to add to her pension, in front of a magazine advertisement poster in central Kiev, November 17, 2004. Ukrainians go to the polls on Sunday with hope to change their lives for better in a presidential election run-off which could determine whether the ex-Soviet state will follow Yushchenko's westward vision or his rival's push for closer Moscow ties. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/17/2004
  • Ballot papers for Ukrainian presidential runoff election made (Kazinform) 11/17/2004
  • Op-ed: Ukraine Votes Amidst Widespread Corruption (Pulse of the Twin Cities) 11/17/2004
  • Ukrainians [living in Malaysia] Invited To Vote In Second Round Of Presidential Election (Bernama) 11/17/2004
  • Parliamentarians call for medical examination of Yushchenko (Interfax-Russia) 11/17/2004
  • Organization claims Ukrainian voters under pressure (Interfax-Moscow) 11/17/2004
  • Democracy in the News: Journalists Act Over Ukraine Media Bias [PDF format] (IFJ) 11/17/2004
  • Opinion: Ukraine Teaches Big Brother a Tough Lesson (Moscow Times) 11/17/2004
  • IFJ Election Mission Calls on Ukraine Authorities to End Censorship and Interference of Independent Media (IFJ) 11/17/2004
  • Україною покотилась друга хвиля репресій. Прес-конференція ПОРИ в УНІАНі (ПОРА) 11/17/2004
  • Photo: Близько 5 тисяч івано-франківських студентів провели страйк 'Молодь проти фальсифікацій!' (5 канал) 11/17/2004
  • 'The Independent': українська міліція має наказ фальсифікувати вибори (5 канал) 11/17/2004
  • Індепендент - про накази харківській міліції на виборах. Як передає Аскольд Крушельницький, міліція нібито охороняла фальшиві бюлетені за В.Януковича (BBC Ukrainian) 11/17/2004
  • Як за атестатом. Свій екзамен на посаду президента Ющенко і Янукович склали приблизно так само, як колись у шкільні роки: Ющенко – на чотири-п'ять, Янукович – трійка. (Українська правда) 11/17/2004
  • Одинадцять 'лаж' Януковича, або ще раз про теледебати, економіку та 'проффесора' економіки (Українська правда) 11/17/2004
  • Мін'юст повідомляє про шляхи реалізації виборчого права громадянами України (Урядовий портал) 11/17/2004
  • Повторних теледебатів кандидатів у Президенти на комерційних телеканалах не буде (5 канал) 11/17/2004
  • У Верховній Раді гаряче дебатували обставини хвороби Віктора Ющенка (5 канал) 11/17/2004
  • Чемпіон світу з шахів Руслан Пономарьов підтримав Віктора Ющенка (5 канал) 11/17/2004
  • Ющенко: 'Ця влада ніколи не забезпечить чесні вибори' (5 канал) 11/17/2004
  • Ющенко пояснив, чому під час теледебатів він іноді не дивився в камеру (Yushchenko.com.ua) 11/17/2004
  • Віктор Ющенко привітав двомільйонне студентське братство України з Днем студента (Yushchenko.com.ua) 11/17/2004
  • Привітання Прем'єр-міністра України Віктора Януковича з нагоди Міжнародного дня студента (Урядовий портал) 11/17/2004

  • На Львiвщинi напередоднi другого туру нарiкають на адмiнiстративний тиск (VOA) 11/16/2004
  • Голова ЦВК обiцяє, що другий тур буде демократичнiшим (VOA) 11/16/2004
  • Кияни про дебати (VOA) 11/16/2004
  • Коментарi з приводу теледебатiв мiж Януковичем i Ющенком (VOA) 11/16/2004
  • Мiжнародна амнiстiя засуджує ув`язнення виборчих спостерiгачiв у Сумах (VOA) 11/16/2004
  • Viktor Yanukovych standing against putting pressure upon mass media (Government Portal) 11/16/2004
  • Віктор Янукович виступає проти тиску на засоби масової інформації (Урядовий портал) 11/16/2004
  • Ukraine: Arrested for requesting election results (Amnesty International) 11/16/2004
  • Ukrainian hopefuls spar in TV debate (World News/SBS) 11/16/2004
  • Ukrainian TV Debate: Presidential Vision Beats Bureaucratic Rhetoric (Our Ukraine) 11/16/2004
  • Yanukovych wants Ukraine's WTO admission terms revised (Interfax-Moscow) 11/16/2004
  • Christian Church Leaders Address Citizens regarding Second Election Round [Ukrainian Orthodox Church–Kyivan Patriarchate, the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, the Roman Catholic Church in Ukraine, the Christians of Evangelical Faith-Pentecostals, and the Ukrainian Christian Evangelical Church] (RISU) 11/16/2004
  • Хто був кращим на дебатах покаже голосування 21 листопада - експерти (IMI) 11/16/2004
  • Перші українські теледебати, або 'Я скажу Вам як проффесору' (IMI) 11/16/2004
  • 362 тисячі громадян 'проголосували' в першому турі, навіть не отримавши бюлетеня (Наша Україна) 11/16/2004
  • Шизофренія замість зовнішньої політики. Тарас Кузьо (Українська правда) 11/16/2004
  • «Нова влада» – це стара команда з рафінованим обличчям, – Віктор Ющенко (Yushchenko.com.ua) 11/16/2004
  • Теледебати Ющенка та Януковича: кандидати говорять про перемогу. Обидва кандидати в президенти багато говорили про економіку, соціальну та зовнішню політику України (BBC Ukrainian) 11/16/2004
  • Дорогі співвітчизники! Відкладіть усі справи та прийдіть на виборчу дільницю, щоб віддати свій голос за майбутнє України - за Віктора Ющенко! (Klitschko.com) 11/16/2004
  • Брати Клички закликають підтримати Ющенка. Віталій Кличко: ми свій голос з Володимиром віддали, на нашу думку, достойному кандидату в президенти (BBC Ukrainian) 11/16/2004
  • AUDIO: Слухайте аудіозапис інтерв’ю з Віталієм Кличком (2 Мб). (Yushchenko.com.ua) 11/16/2004
  • У Вінниці затримано 7 активістів ПОРИ (ПОРА) 11/16/2004
  • Yushchenko Gains An Edge (Transitions Online) 11/16/2004
  • Photo: Journalists wear mock chains and hold papers with letters reading 'Here they fire for truth' during a meeting in front of Ukraine's television center in Kiev, November 16, 2004. Journalists who have quit their jobs in protest against censorship of Ukrainian mass media, rallied on Tuesday against authorities' pressure and demanded honest and fair coverage of the country's presidential run-off, five days before the vote. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/16/2004
  • Влада підтвердила, що вона проти незалежних ЗМІ (Наша Україна) 11/16/2004
  • Poll rival hits at Ukraine leader's economic record. By Tom Warner in Kiev (Financial Times) 11/16/2004
  • Ukraine rivals clash in TV debate (BBC) 11/16/2004
  • Ukraine Rivals Debate on TV [AP report] (Moscow Times) 11/16/2004

  • Larger turnout abroad predicted for Ukraine runoff (BRAMA) 11/15/2004
  • Report from First Round of Presidential Elections in Ukraine [Canadian observers] (BRAMA) 11/15/2004
  • Televised debates: Yushchenko-Yanukovych. From Victor Yushchenko’s speeches (Our Ukraine) 11/15/2004
  • Чергове протистояння в Сумах (VOA) 11/15/2004
  • Ющенко про дебати: «Це, звичайно, перемога!» (Yushchenko.com.ua) 11/15/2004
  • Виступи Ющенка на теледебатах (Yushchenko.com.ua) 11/15/2004
  • Президент Кучма закликає до швидкої реалiзацiї полiтреформи (VOA) 11/15/2004
  • Гельсiнська комiсiя США про вибори в Українi (VOA) 11/15/2004
  • Перші теледебати мiж кандидатами у Президенти України (VOA) 11/15/2004
  • Photo: Secretary of State Colin Powell shakes hands with Ukrainian Speaker of Parliament Volodymyr Lytvyn, left, at the State Department after meeting with him Monday, Nov. 15, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 11/15/2004
  • Ukrainian Candidates Hold Rare Debate (AP/Yahoo) 11/15/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, a Western-leaning reformer,left, and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, seen as the Kremlin's favorite, right, appear prior to television debate in Ukraine's capital Kiev on Monday, Nov. 15, 2004. The two candidates who finished neck-and-neck in the first round of Ukraine's presidential vote, both appeared nervous as they made a direct and live on-air pitch to voters in this nation of 48 million. (AP/Yahoo) 11/15/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, a Western-leaning reformer, right, and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, seen as the Kremlin's favorite, shake hands prior to their television debate in Ukraine's capital Kiev on Monday, Nov. 15, 2004. The two candidates who finished neck-and-neck in the first round of Ukraine's presidential vote, both appeared nervous as they made a direct and live on-air pitch to voters in this nation of 48 million. (AP/Yahoo) 11/15/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians kiss as they watch the televised debates between the two presidential candidates - opposition leader liberal Viktor Yushchenko and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich on the First national channel, at a pub in Kiev November 15, 2004. Both candidates scored around 40 percent in the first round of the presidential elections, forcing a run-off which could determine whether the ex-Soviet state will follow Yuschhenko's westward vision or his rival's push for closer Moscow ties. The live TV debates between Western-leaning Yushchenko and pro-Moscow Yanukovich focused on social, economic, domestic and foreign policies, were held six days before Ukraine's presidential run-off. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/15/2004
  • Photo: Secretary of State Colin Powell enters the treaty room foyer at the State Department after meeting with Ukrainian Speaker of Parliament Volodymyr Lytvyn, left, in Washingon Monday, Nov. 15, 2004. (AP/Yahoo) 11/15/2004
  • Янукович став публічним політиком. Ющенко був кращим (Українська правда) 11/15/2004
  • Ukraine's Presidential Candidates Prepare to Debate (VOA) 11/15/2004
  • ПРЯМА ТРАНСЛЯЦІЯ ДЕБАТІВ ЮЩЕНКО-ЯНУКОВИЧ (Українська правда) 11/15/2004
  • Yushchenko v Yanukovych Debate - WEBCAST 12:30PM ET (UTR) 11/15/2004
  • Про те, як PR-ники Януковича порозумілися з колишніми конгресменами США (Українська правда) 11/15/2004
  • Secretary of State Powell Resigns (Reuters) 11/15/2004
  • Powell and Three Others Leaving Cabinet (AP/Yahoo) 11/15/2004
  • EU Hopes for Clean End to Ukraine Election (Reuters) 11/15/2004
  • Ukrainian Candidates To Engage In TV Debate (RFE/RL) 11/15/2004
  • Ukraine candidates face TV debate...The debate between Yanukovych and Yushchenko is likely to get personal (BBC) 11/15/2004
  • Ukraine's Presidential Candidates Prepare to Debate [...Stephan Bandera in Kiev says each has a lot to gain from the debate] (PolitInfo-Moscow) 11/15/2004
  • Putin mobilizing Ukraine's Russian vote for Yanukovych [Eurasia Daily Monitor] (Jamestown Foundation) 11/15/2004
  • Yanukovych has Moscow Patriarchate on his side [Eurasia Daily Monitor] (Jamestown Foundation) 11/15/2004
  • Putin returns to Ukraine under veil of secrecy [Eurasia Daily Monitor] (Jamestown Foundation) 11/15/2004
  • Kuchma happy to leave office on the wave of his country's success. (Kazinform) 11/15/2004
  • Resourcerers: A series of resolutions abrogated by the Supreme Court of Ukraine, the deliberately delayed announcement of the outcome of the first round of voting, and a time bomb planted for the runoff, are what the Central Election Commission (CEC) has achieved so far. Instead of a guarantor of free and democratic elections, the CEC has turned into a menace to elections. (Дзеркало Тижня) 11/15/2004
  • Kuchma said to have backed Yanukovych (Interfax-Russia) 11/15/2004
  • Politicians are not cheap [Edward Prutnik campaigns for Yanukovych in the US] (Дзеркало Тижня) 11/15/2004
  • The Middle of Nowhere Summit [Putin/Kuchma in Ukraine] (Дзеркало Тижня) 11/15/2004
  • First Weeding [President Leonid Kuchma has sacked 11 heads of district administrations...] (Дзеркало Тижня) 11/15/2004
  • Promoting Yanukovych in Washington DC: Oops, He Did it Again! By Luba Shara (Ukrayinska Pravda) 11/15/2004
  • NBU remains politically unengaged, and pursues independent policy - Yatseniuk (Interfax-Moscow) 11/15/2004
  • Брати Клички підтримують Віктора Ющенка (Наша Україна) 11/15/2004

  • Letter: Observing the Ukraine elections (Wash Times) 11/14/2004
  • Англомовна преса про вибори в Україні (VOA) 11/14/2004
  • Канадськi спостерiгачi дали оцiнку першому туру виборiв (VOA) 11/14/2004
  • У Сумах голодують кілька десятків студентів. Студенти вимагають звільнення 10 засуджених за звинуваченням у протидії міліції 31 жовтня (BBC Ukrainian) 11/14/2004
  • Putin Uses Soft Power to Restore the Russian Empire (NY Times) 11/14/2004
  • Editorial: Ukraine's Choice (Wash Post) 11/14/2004
  • В Сумах розбито наметове містечко. Люди йдуть на мітинг (Українська правда) 11/14/2004

  • Part III: Yushchenko on Ukraine & Family. The right to a European choice -/-Право на європейський вибір. Інтерв'ю з кандидатом в президенти - Віктор Ющенко (BRAMA) 11/13/2004
  • Інформація-роз‘яснення дільничної виборчої комісії №92 окремого закордонного виборчого округу щодо проведення повторного голосування на виборах Президента України (BRAMA) 11/13/2004
  • Відкритий лист Голові Центральної Виборчої Комісії: Передвиборчі процеси за кордоном були переповнені порушенням Конституції України (BRAMA) 11/13/2004
  • Діаспора у Франції: Доля твоєї країни - у твоїх руках. Прийди i прoгoлoсуй! [PDF file] (BRAMA) 11/13/2004
  • Заклик Конґресу Українців Канади до громадян України, які живуть в Канаді - Прийди i прoгoлoсуй! (BRAMA) 11/13/2004
  • VIDEO: 2004 Вибори в Парижі [Windows Media] (BRAMA) 11/13/2004
  • Ukrainian Churches Start to Get Involved in Campaigning (RISU) 11/13/2004
  • Union of Orthodox Citizens Calls Those not for Yanukovych “Traitors” (RISU) 11/13/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin, center, was greeted in the Crimean resort town of Kerch on Saturday by Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, right, and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich. With a week to go before the Ukrainian presidential election runoff, Putin is campaigning none too subtly for Yanukovich. (Minnesota Star Tribune) 11/13/2004
  • UOC–Kyiv Patriarchate Orthodox Bishop in Odesa Claims Government Pressure (RISU) 11/13/2004
  • UOC–Kyiv Patriarchate Orthodox Bishop Comments on UOC–Moscow Patriarchate, Pro-Russian Organizations’ Campaigning (RISU) 11/13/2004
  • UOC–Moscow Patriarchate Head Gave Blessing “Only to Yanukovych,” He Says (RISU) 11/13/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's opposition leader and the top contender for the presidency Viktor Yushchenko speaks during a rally of his supporters in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, Saturday, Nov. 13, 2004. Yushchenko, a former prime minister, has accused the government of major fraud in the first round, claiming Friday that the authorities had 'falsified some 12 percent of the votes.' On Saturday, he told supporters in the eastern city of Kharkiv that he does 'not rule out the use of force (by the government) if the massive election fraud fails' in the runoff. (AP/Yahoo) 11/13/2004
  • Photo: Supporters greet Ukraine's opposition leader and the top contender for the presidency Viktor Yushchenko during a rally in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, Saturday, Nov. 13, 2004. Yushchenko, a former prime minister, has accused the government of major fraud in the first round, claiming Friday that the authorities had 'falsified some 12 percent of the votes.' On Saturday, he told supporters in the eastern city of Kharkiv that he does 'not rule out the use of force (by the government) if the massive election fraud fails' in the runoff. (AP/Yahoo) 11/13/2004
  • Russian President Putin Visits Ukraine Again Before Crucial Election (Politinfo) 11/13/2004
  • Yanukovich, Yushchenko to meet in live TV debates Nov 15 (Kazinform) 11/13/2004
  • Ukrainian presidential candidates to begin canvassing trips (Kazinform) 11/13/2004
  • Putin back in Ukraine to support candidate [Yanukovych] (AFP/Globe and Mail) 11/13/2004
  • Former Soviet Dissidents Warn That Russia Is Slipping Back Into Police State (AP/ABC) 11/13/2004

  • Вибори - Нью Йорк - реєстрація, інфо... (BRAMA) 11/12/2004
  • Заклик керiвникiв церков напередоднi виборiв (VOA) 11/12/2004
  • Deep contradictions cloud Yanukovych's foreign policy. By Taras Kuzio [Eurasia Daily Monitor] (Jamestown Foundation) 11/12/2004
  • Посол США в Українi говорить з київськими студентами про вибори (VOA) 11/12/2004
  • Photo: President of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma (L) speaks to Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) during a meeting in Yalta. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/12/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma meet in the Russian port of Kavkaz, November 12, 2004. Putin visited Ukraine in an apparent show of support for the country's prime minister ahead of presidential elections pitting him in a tight race with a West-leaning rival. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/12/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (2nd R) and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) look out from the captain's bridge of a ferry on the way to the city of Kerch, November 12, 2004. Putin visited Ukraine in an apparent show of support for the country's prime minister ahead of presidential elections pitting him in a tight race with a West-leaning rival. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/12/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (C) and his Ukrainian counterpart Leonid Kuchma (back row 2L) pose for a picture with children from Beslan during their visit to the Artek youth recreation resort near Yalta in Ukraine's Crimea, November 12, 2004. Putin visited Ukraine in an apparent show of support for the country's prime minister ahead of presidential elections pitting him in a tight race with a West-leaning rival. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/12/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (C) signs autographs for children from Beslan during his visit to the Artek youth recreation resort near Yalta in Ukraine's Crimea, November 12, 2004. Putin arrived in Ukraine on a two-day working visit to meet Ukrainian leader Leonid Kuchma for bilateral talks and to visit children from the Beslan school siege, who were recuperating in Crimea, Interfax news agency reported. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/12/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) embraces a child from Beslan during the visit to the Artek youth recreation resort near Yalta in Ukraine's Crimea, November 12, 2004. Putin visited Ukraine in an apparent show of support for the country's prime minister ahead of presidential elections pitting him in a tight race with a West-leaning rival. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/12/2004
  • Ukraine industrialists back Yanukovych (UPI/Wash Times) 11/12/2004
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin, center, poses with children, survivors of the recent terrorist siege in Beslan, who are now recovering in a Ukrainian state-run youth camp, near Yalta, Crimea, Ukraine, Friday, Nov. 12, 2004. Putin arrived in Ukraine on Friday for his second visit in half a month, apparently motivated by Moscow's keen interest in the outcome of this month's presidential runoff in the former Soviet republic. (AP/Yahoo) 11/12/2004
  • Senator Lugar to Hold Press Conference on Ukrainian Elections [Monday, Nov 15 at 12 noon, Senate Radio Gallery of the U.S. Capitol] (Conservative Voice) 11/12/2004
  • Yushchenko, Yanukovych Jockey For Position Ahead Of Ukraine's Second-Round Vote. By Askold Krushelnycky (RFE/RL) 11/12/2004
  • Putin's Ukraine visit raises eyebrows (EU Observer) 11/12/2004
  • Russia's Putin meets Kuchma ahead of Ukraine's presidential vote (AFP/Yahoo) 11/12/2004
  • Russia's Putin meets Yanukovich ahead of Ukraine's presidential vote [Yanukovich has stressed relations with Moscow and his opponent urged closer ties with Europe, he and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma skipped a planned meeting with Poland's foreign minister.] (AFP/Yahoo) 11/12/2004
  • Poland's foreign minister visits Ukraine in his new capacity [Wlodzimierz Cimoszewicz is scheduled to meet Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, Premier Viktor Yanukovich, the Supreme Rada speaker and the head of the Central Elections Commission of Ukraine] (Kazinform) 11/12/2004
  • Photo: [File] Picture taken of opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko 10 November 2004. In a highly symbolic move during an election in which Yanukovich has stressed relations with Moscow and his opponent urged closer ties with Europe, he and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma skipped a planned meeting with Poland's foreign minister. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/12/2004
  • Микола Азаров взяв участь у міжнародній науково-практичній конференції 'Єдиний економічний простір: сутність, проблеми та механізми реалізації' (Урядовий портал) 11/12/2004
  • Кучма звільнив 11 голів райадміністрацій. Десять із них керували районами, де в першому турі виборів перевагу здобув кандидат Віктор Ющенко (BBC Ukrainian) 11/12/2004
  • Міністр закордонних справ Польщі - в Києві. Влодзімеж Цімошевич сказав Бі-Бі-Сі, що сподівається на відсутність порушень у другому турі виборів (BBC Ukrainian) 11/12/2004
  • Путін, Кучма, Янукович і Медведчук відкрили пором. Опозиція і оглядачі звинувачують російського президента в агітації за Віктора Януковича (BBC Ukrainian) 11/12/2004
  • Putin visits Ukraine before poll (BBC) 11/12/2004
  • Putin Visits Ukraine Ahead Of Runoff Election (RFE/RL) 11/12/2004
  • Who said Yushchenko was bad for Russia? (RIA) 11/12/2004
  • Віктор Ющенко зустрічається з міністром закордонних справ Республіки Польщі (Yushchenko.com.ua) 11/12/2004
  • U.S. official commends Estonia's political efforts [Ojuland said that the Ukrainian elections' compliance with democratic standards would show the EU and the United States how to further interact with Ukraine.] (Baltic Times) 11/12/2004
  • 'The Geostrategic Implications of the U.S. Presidential Election' [Moscow will try to strengthen ties in Central Asia, the Transcaucasus and Eastern Europe (Belarus and Ukraine), and to fend off Washington's inroads into those areas.] (PINR) 11/12/2004
  • Другий візит Путіна до України перед виборами. Опозиція і оглядачі звинувачують російського президента в агітації за Віктора Януковича (BBC Ukrainian) 11/12/2004
  • Янукович розповів міліції, що робити на виборах (Українська правда) 11/12/2004
  • Віктор Янукович закликав працівників органів внутрішніх справ забезпечити спокій та порядок під час другого туру президентських виборів (Урядовий портал) 11/12/2004

  • More Than 1 Million USD Paid to American Pr-Companies For Promoting PM Yanukovych's Image in USA - Ukrayinska Pravda (UNIAN) 11/11/2004
  • Euro-conservatives back Yushchenko (UPI/Wash Times) 11/11/2004
  • Списки виборців до другого туру: деякі нюанси закону про вибори (Українська правда) 11/11/2004
  • Ukraine's voters do not need Moscow's advice. By Anders Aslund (Financial Times) 11/11/2004
  • 21 листопада буде проведено щонайменше три екзит-поли (VOA) 11/11/2004
  • Штаб Ющенка вимагає вiд ЦВК зробити другий тур прозорiшим (VOA) 11/11/2004
  • Iснує можливiсть проведення Януковичем i Ющенком двох теледебатiв (VOA) 11/11/2004
  • Maximum police officers will be engaged in guarding civil order during second round of elections, First Deputy Minister for internal affairs states (Government portal) 11/11/2004
  • Friday, Yushchenko meets with the head of the Council of Europe’s cabinet of ministers [Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland, Mr. Wlodzimierz Cimoszewicz] (Yushchenko.com.ua) 11/11/2004
  • Ukraine will stay in SES: [Finance Minister] Azarov [Single Economic Space, a.k.a. Common Economic Space] (UPI) 11/11/2004
  • Ukraine: Presidential Campaign To Intensify After Final First-Round Results Released (RFE/RL) 11/11/2004
  • Viktor Yanukovych's participation in TV debates to [increase support] particularly among women, Valentyna Dovzhenko believes (Government portal) 11/11/2004
  • Five Ukrainian TV companies [ICTV, STB, 'New Channel', '5th Channel' and 'Tonis'] invite candidates for presidency Viktor Yuschenko and Viktor Yanukovych for debating (Government portal) 11/11/2004
  • Команди Омельченка та Черновецького підтримають Ющенка. Але партія київського мера незадоволена діями громадського штабу його підтримки (BBC Ukrainian) 11/11/2004
  • Lugar eyes Ukraine’s future (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette) 11/11/2004
  • Ukraine enters new stage of presidential elections (Kazinform) 11/11/2004
  • Ukraine liberal wins 1st round (Seattle Times) 11/11/2004
  • Photo: Teammates of Ukraine's reformist opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko react as the election officials announce Yushchenko a winner in the first round of the presidential vote, in the capital Kiev on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2004. Yushchenko and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych face a run-off on Nov. 21 because neither candidate won more than 50 percent in the last month's vote. (AP/Yahoo) 11/11/2004
  • Photo: FILE - Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's reformist opposition leader, speaks to his supporters during a rally in the capital Kiev in this Oct. 23, 2004 file photo. Yushchenko was announced a narrow winner in the first round of the presidential vote on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2004. Yushchenko and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych face a run-off on Nov. 21 because neither candidate won more that 50 percent of last month's vote. (AP/Yahoo) 11/11/2004
  • Photo: FILE - Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's reformist opposition leader, waves to his supporters during a rally in the capital Kiev in this Sept. 18, 2004 file photo. Yushchenko was announced a narrow winner in the first round of the presidential vote on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2004. Yushchenko and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych face a run-off on Nov. 21 because neither candidate won more that 50 percent of last month's vote. (AP/Yahoo) 11/11/2004
  • European People's Party backs Yushchenko (Interfax-Russia) 11/11/2004
  • CEC: Yushchenko Won October 31 Vote; Putin Plans Second Campaign Visit - Planned To Salvage Prime Minister’s Campaign (Our Ukraine) 11/11/2004
  • Letter: Ukraine's Choice, Bush's Victory and Kyoto Woes (Moscow Times) 11/11/2004
  • Land Plots For Obedient Servants [The Ukrainian practice of giving gifts to the right people is a deep-rooted tradition. That is why handing over 200 hectares of land to certain people in compliance with two decisions by the Kyiv Council was nothing special.][From 11/8/04] (Дзеркало Тижня) 11/11/2004
  • Resistance Does Work [From 11/8/04] (Дзеркало Тижня) 11/11/2004
  • Exit Poll: Long Ordeal [From 11/8/04] (Дзеркало Тижня) 11/11/2004
  • Чорніше чорного піару...Розвінчання міфу про те, що білий і пухнастий Прем'єр-міністр Янукович не обливає брудом свого конкурента (Україна молода) 11/11/2004
  • Помер Ясер Арафат. Похорон пана Арафата, який майже 40 років уособлював боротьбу палестинців за самовизначення, - завтра (BBC Ukrainian) 11/11/2004
  • США посилають до України сенатора Луґара. Він буде офіційним представником президента Буша під час другого туру виборів (BBC Ukrainian) 11/11/2004

  • Part II: Yushchenko on Foreign Policy. The right to a European choice SPECIAL (BRAMA) 11/10/2004
  • UOC-MP Orthodox Metropolitan Blesses Yushchenko (RISU) 11/10/2004
  • Віктор Янукович обговорив з послом ОБСЄ Гертом Аренсом перебіг першого туру президентських виборів в Україні (Урядовий портал) 11/10/2004
  • Кандидати коментують результати першого туру, Янукович погоджується на теледебати (VOA) 11/10/2004
  • Буш вiдправляє свого представника на другий тур виборiв в Українi (VOA) 11/10/2004
  • Вiктор Ющенко перемiг у першому турi (VOA) 11/10/2004
  • Зростає табiр прихильникiв Ющенка (VOA) 11/10/2004
  • State's [Elizabeth] Jones in Estonia Discusses U.S. Foreign Policy Agenda (USDOS) 11/10/2004
  • Ющенко переміг у першому турі. І влада це визнала (Українська правда) 11/10/2004
  • Lugar to Represent President Bush in Ukraine (Conservative Voice) 11/10/2004
  • Ukraine Presidential Election Focus of Helsinki Commission Briefing [Tuesday, November 16, 2004, with Former U.S. Rep. J.Slattery, Amb. N.Ledsky, Prof. T.Kuzio] (CSCE) 11/10/2004
  • Russia's gravitational pull in Eurasia stands to strengthen after Ukraine election. Ariel Cohen (EurasiaNet) 11/10/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko smiles during a telephone conversation as he was told he won the first round of the presidential election in Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2004. The Central Election Commission said Yushchenko was 0.55 percent ahead of Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, his rival in the Nov. 21 runoff. (AP/Yahoo) 11/10/2004
  • Photo: [File] Viktor Yushchenko waves to supporters on Independence Square in Kiev. Yushchenko, the Pro-Western opposition candidate, narrowly won the first round of Ukraine's presidential elections. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/10/2004
  • Photo: Serhiy Kivalov, head of the Central Election Commission (R), and other officials vote during the announcement of the results of Ukraine's presidential election first round in Kiev, November 10, 2004. Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko came out narrowly on top of the first round, just 0.55 percent ahead of Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, his rival in the November 21 run-off. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/10/2004
  • Photo: Serhiy Kivalov, head of the Central Election Commission, announces the results of the first round of Ukraine's presidential election in Kiev, November 10, 2004. Liberal Viktor Yushchenko came out narrowly on top of the first round, just 0.55 percent ahead of Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, his rival in the November 21 run-off. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/10/2004
  • Photo: Sergey Kivalov, head of Central election commission, votes to comfirm results of the first round of presidential elections in Ukraine in Kiev. The Western-leaning opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko won in the first round. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/10/2004
  • Ukraine Election Headed to Run-Off (AP/Yahoo) 11/10/2004
  • Pro-Westerner tops Ukraine poll (BBC) 11/10/2004
  • 'Єдність' Омельченка за Ющенка у другому турі (Наша Україна) 11/10/2004
  • Pro-Western candidate wins first round of Ukraine vote (AFP/Yahoo) 11/10/2004
  • Ukraine Announces Official Election Results (PolitInfo-Moscow) 11/10/2004
  • Ющенко задоволений своїм результатом і вдячний виборцям за підтримку (Наша Україна) 11/10/2004
  • Віктор Ющенко підписав угоду з головою ХЛП Леонідом Черновецьким (Наша Україна) 11/10/2004
  • Op-Ed: Tilting East or West in Ukraine? (Korea Herald) 11/10/2004
  • Pro-Western candidate wins first round of Ukraine vote [Yushchenko won 39.87 percent of the vote against Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich's 39.32 percent, the central election commission announced Wednesday.] (AFP/Yahoo) 11/10/2004
  • Reformist Wins First Round of Ukrainian Presidential Election (The Scotsman) 11/10/2004
  • Yushchenko edges Yanukovych by 0.5% in Ukrainian vote [CEC Chairman Serhiy Kivalov said Yushchenko received 11,125,395 votes, which makes 39.87% of the vote, and Yanukovych 10,969,579 votes, or 39.32%.] (Interfax-Russia) 11/10/2004
  • Embassy Row: Ukraine undecided (Wash Times) 11/10/2004
  • Voting in Ukraine city [Kirovograd] might be declared invalid, opposition fumes (Kazinform) 11/10/2004
  • Оброблено 100% бюлетенів [За Ющенка проголосувало 39,87%, за Януковича - 39,32%, за Мороза - 5,81%, за Симоненка - 4,97%.] (Українська правда) 11/10/2004
  • Імідж Януковича у США: Хіба ревуть воли як ясла повні? Люба Шара (Українська правда) 11/10/2004
  • Проти студентів-спостерігачів Донеччини почалися репресії (ПОРА) 11/10/2004
  • „Єдність” підтримала Ющенка, а Омельченко - ? (Гаряча Лінія) 11/10/2004
  • „5 канал” змінив параметри прийому сигналу через супутник (Гаряча Лінія) 11/10/2004
  • Відрив Ющенка від Януковича має бути мінімум 2,5% (Гаряча Лінія) 11/10/2004
  • Євген Марчук: БТР-и під ЦВК були зайві (BBC Ukrainian) 11/10/2004
  • ЦВК знову вiдкладає оголошення результатiв виборiв 31 жовтня (VOA) 11/10/2004

  • Готується звiт в справi захворювання Ющенка (VOA) 11/09/2004
  • Чи вiдбудуться теледебати? (VOA) 11/09/2004
  • 'Генератор перемоги' запущено: Сковорода - новий 'порист'! (ПОРА) 11/09/2004
  • 30,000 Rally in Kiev to Protest Vote Fraud [Organizers say 100,000+; police - 10,000] (Moscow Times) 11/09/2004
  • Ведучого УТ-1 звільнено через 'темник' (Українська правда) 11/09/2004
  • «Більшість порушень виникли через недобросовісну роботу органів місцевого самоврядування із складання списків виборців та їх уточнення. Найбільш халатно до складання списків віднеслися в м. Івано-Франківську та м. Коломиї.» (IF.Gov.ua) 11/09/2004
  • Україна не ділиться на Львів і Донецьк. Традиційний поділ України на Схід і Захід не відповідає сучасним умовам: дедалі поважнішу об'єднавчу роль відіграють центральні області країни. Ці тенденції засвідчила і нинішня виборча кампанія. [from 11/5/04] (BBC Ukrainian) 11/09/2004
  • Голосування за кордоном: нелегалів не переслідували [from 11/4/04] (BBC Ukrainian) 11/09/2004
  • Ukraine CEC to announce final results of Oct 31 pres polls. (Kazinform) 11/09/2004
  • The orange Revolution [from 11/7/04] (Ukrayinska Pravda) 11/09/2004

  • Митрополит Київський і всієї України Володимир (Сабодан) благословив Ющенка [Metropolitan of Kyiv and all Ukraine (Moscow Patriarchate) gave his blessing to Yushchenko] (Yushchenko.com.ua) 11/08/2004
  • Президент України зустрівся з Головою ЦВК Сергієм Ківаловим (President.Gov.ua) 11/08/2004
  • Мiж першим i другим туром знову заговорили про полiтреформу (VOA) 11/08/2004
  • Переможцi першого туру домовляються з переможеними (VOA) 11/08/2004
  • ЦВК обiцяє оприлюднити результати виборiв (VOA) 11/08/2004
  • Embattled Cahnnel 5 stays on the air. An egg-citing news medium... (RFE/RL) 11/08/2004
  • Election Results Kept Secret; Vote tampering suspected (Our Ukraine) 11/08/2004
  • Партія Януковича скаржиться на агітацію з боку Ющенка. Партія Регіонів нарікає на мітинг у суботу у скарзі до ЦВК. Ющенко каже, що не агітував за себе (BBC Ukrainian) 11/08/2004
  • The right to a European choice. Exclusive interview with Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko SPECIAL (BRAMA) 11/08/2004
  • Право на європейський вибір. Інтерв'ю з кандидатом в президенти - Віктор Ющенко SPECIAL (BRAMA) 11/08/2004
  • Попередній звіт - Президентські вибори в Україні - Луганська область (BRAMA) 11/08/2004
  • Preliminary report on the presidentail elections in Ukraine - Luhansk Oblast (BRAMA) 11/08/2004
  • International observers needed for Ukraine election run-off (BRAMA) 11/08/2004
  • International observers in Luhansk, Ukraine, conclude that elections were not universal, fair, secret, free or transparent (BRAMA) 11/08/2004
  • Ukrainians demand valid and conclusive election results FOTO/S (BRAMA) 11/08/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, left, and Anatoliy Kinakh, Ukraine's former Prime Minister and minor presidential candidate, show their alliance agreement in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, Nov. 8, 2004. Kinakh, who won less than one percent of votes in the first round of the election, pledged Monday to support Yushchenko in his face-off against Prime Minister Yanukovych in the Nov. 21 second round. (AP/Yahoo) 11/08/2004
  • Суд, який забрав голоси у Ющенка, був нечесний? (Українська правда) 11/08/2004
  • У ЮЩЕНКА ЗАБРАЛИ ПЕРЕМОГУ В ДВОХ ОКРУГАХ (Українська правда) 11/08/2004
  • ЦВК в понеділок не збирається оголошувати результати. Центрвиборчком сказав, що остаточні результати, мабуть, оприлюднять у середу - це крайній термін (BBC Ukrainian) 11/08/2004

  • 50,000 rally in Ukraine, claiming votes rigged [Saturday] (AFP/Cleveland Plain Dealer) 11/07/2004
  • Photo: An elderly Ukrainian woman waves red Soviet flags and shouts pro-Communist slogans during a meeting in Kiev's European Square, November 7, 2004. About two thousand representatives of left-wing parties rallied in the centre of the Ukrainian capital on Sunday marking the 87th anniversary of the 1917 Bolshevik revolution. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/07/2004
  • Помаранчева революція [Якщо буде революція, вона буде не каштанова. А помаранчева.] (Українська правда) 11/07/2004
  • Ukraine's Embattled Channel 5 Stays On The Air (RFE/RL) 11/07/2004

  • Ukrainians Protest Alleged Election Fraud (AP/Yahoo) 11/06/2004
  • AUDIO: Presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko speaks at Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square) in Kyiv [in Ukrainian] (Yushchenko.com.ua) 11/06/2004
  • Ukraine challenger draws tens of thousands to rally (Reuters) 11/06/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, key opposition leader and presidential candidate, delivers a speech during a rally in his support in Ukraine's capital Kiev Saturday, Nov. 6, 2004, two weeks before runoff elections. (AP/Yahoo) 11/06/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader and liberal presidential challenger Viktor Yushchenko (R) chats with Socialist leader Oleksander Moroz during a rally in Kiev, November 6, 2004. Moroz announced he would support Yushchenko in the election run-off pitting the challenger against Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich. About 40,000 Ukrainians rallied on Saturday under the slogan 'The People Cannot Be Defeated!' claiming their support to liberal challenger Yushchenko ahead of the run-off of Ukraine's presidential elections due on November 21. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/06/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko, key opposition leader and presidential candidate, right, listens to Socialist leader Oleksandr Moroz during a pro-opposition rally in Ukraine's capital Kiev Saturday, Nov. 6, 2004. Moroz, who also ran for the president in the first round, threw his support behind Yushchenko, an alliance that could prove crucial in the run-off in two weeks. Last Sunday, Moroz came in third, left behind by Yushchenko and his main challenger, Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych. (AP/Yahoo) 11/06/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian opposition leader and liberal presidential challenger Viktor Yushchenko gestures as he addresses the crowd during a rally in his support in Kiev, November 6, 2004. About 40,000 Ukrainians rallied on Saturday under the slogan 'The People Cannot Be Defeated!', claiming their support for liberal challenger Yushchenko ahead of the run-off of Ukraine's presidential elections due on November 21. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/06/2004
  • Photo: An opposition activist, supported by other demonstrators, chants during a rally in support of Victor Unshackle, key opposition leader and presidential candidate, in Ukraine's capital Kiev Saturday, Nov. 6, 2004, two weeks before the runoff. (AP/Yahoo) 11/06/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian demonstrators attend a rally in support of opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko in Kiev, November 6, 2004. About 40,000 Ukrainians rallied on Saturday under the slogan 'The People Cannot Be Defeated,' claiming their support for liberal challenger Yushchenko ahead of the run-off of Ukraine's presidential elections due on November 21. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/06/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian demonstrators take part in a rally in support of opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko in Kiev, November 6, 2004. About 40,000 Ukrainians rallied on Saturday under the slogan 'The People Cannot Be Defeated!', claiming their support for liberal challenger Yushchenko ahead of the run-off of Ukraine's presidential elections due on November 21. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/06/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of Viktor Yushchenko, key opposition leader and presidential candidate, wave his campaign orange flags reading 'Yes! Yushchenko', during a rally in his support in Ukraine's capital Kiev Saturday, Nov. 6, 2004, two weeks before the runoff. (AP/Yahoo) 11/06/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's prominent opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko, left, makes her speech as presidential candidate from the opposition Viktor Yushchenko, right, speaks to Socialist leader Oleksandr Moroz, center, during a pro-opposition rally in Ukraine's capital Kiev Saturday, Nov. 6, 2004. Moroz, who also ran for the president in the first round, threw his support behind Yushchenko, an alliance that could prove crucial in the run-off in two weeks. Last Sunday, Moroz came in third, left behind by Yushchenko and his main challenger, Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych. (AP/Yahoo) 11/06/2004
  • Victor Yushchenko and Oleksandr Moroz have signed a Treaty, unifying the democratic forces (Our Ukraine) 11/06/2004
  • Socialist candidate backs Yushchenko (UPI/Wash Times) 11/06/2004
  • USS La Salle in Black Sea for multinational exercises (Stars and Stripes) 11/06/2004
  • Мітинг у Києві чекає на Ющенка (Українська правда) 11/06/2004
  • All-Ukraine marathon “No conquering the people!” started in the Independence Square in Kyiv [~100,000 people] (Our Ukraine) 11/06/2004
  • На Майдані Незалежності стартував всеукраїнський марафон 'Народ не здолати!' [На площі зібралося близько 100 тисяч людей] (Наша Україна) 11/06/2004
  • ПАРТІЯ МОРОЗА ПІДТРИМАЛА ЮЩЕНКА (Українська правда) 11/06/2004
  • Суд відмовив Омельченку та дозволив проведення акції 'Народ не здолати!' (Наша Україна) 11/06/2004
  • Омельченко програв Ющенку майдан Незалежності (Українська правда) 11/06/2004
  • On this day: 1893 – Death of Russian composer Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky. 1943 – In World War II, Russians recapture Kiev after two years of Nazi occupation. [Note: This year, Pres. Kuchma arranged for a military parade on October 30, the day before the election, instead of commemorating this day on its true anniversary. Military parades have never been held for this date before.] (Australia Sunday Mail) 11/06/2004

  • Yushchenko calls for poll protests (Financial Times) 11/05/2004
  • ОМЕЛЬЧЕНКО ЗАБОРОНИВ ЮЩЕНКУ ПРОВОДИТИ МІТІНГ (Українська правда) 11/05/2004
  • Хакери Медведчук, Тігіпко і Клюєв фальсифікували вибори? (Українська правда) 11/05/2004
  • Систему підрахунку ЦВК відключено. Там не знають про перемогу Ющенка (Українська правда) 11/05/2004
  • ПРЯМО ПІД ЧАС НОВИН ВІДКЛЮЧИЛИ '5 КАНАЛ' (Українська правда) 11/05/2004
  • Lviv Priests Call Election Committee Heads to Swear on Bible (RISU) 11/05/2004
  • UNFAIR FIRST ROUND IN UKRAINE (VOA) 11/05/2004
  • Ukraine: Presidential Candidates Look To Bolster Support For Second Round (RFE/RL) 11/05/2004
  • International journalists back embattled colleagues in Ukraine (IJNet) 11/05/2004
  • Ukrainian candidate may quit race [On Monday, Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich may announce his withdrawal from the country’s presidential election, a source close to the administration of the Russian President, told RBC.][Unconfirmed report that you probably file under 'Yeah - that'll happen'] (Gateway2russia) 11/05/2004
  • Дж.Буш пояснив як він захищатиме інтереси Америки Намагаючись пояснити іншим країнам причину своїх дій, він не змінюватиме власної політики (BBC Ukrainian) 11/05/2004
  • За даними паралельного підрахунку Віктор Ющенко переміг у першому турі виборів [First round latest results]. Згідно з даними ППГ, Віктор Ющенко [Yushchenko] отримав у першому турі виборів 40,46% голосів, а Віктор Янукович [Yanukovych] – 38,51%. (Наша Україна) 11/05/2004
  • Криза виборчого жанру. Поки ЦВК зволікає з оприлюдненням результатів виборів, на неї нападають «хакери», а в регіонах починають горіти бюлетені (Україна молода) 11/05/2004
  • Ukraine's direction (Toledo Blade) 11/05/2004
  • Hungary may speed up troops withdrawal [Iraq] (Guardian) 11/05/2004
  • В.Ющенко обіцяє сформувати уряд народної довіри З цією метою він запросить за стіл переговорів людей різних політичних поглядів (BBC Ukrainian) 11/05/2004
  • U.S.: Do Voting Scandals Taint Role As Democratic Standard-Bearer? (RFE/RL) 11/05/2004
  • Page down to: That Old Chestnut [Chesnut Revolution for Ukraine?][Newsweek Nov 15] (MSNBC) 11/05/2004
  • Ukrainian TV Channel Under Fire [AP report] (Moscow Times) 11/05/2004

  • Порушено 75 карних справ, пов'язаних з виборами (BBC Ukrainian) 11/04/2004
  • European press review: Bush & Europe, Putin & Russian reform; Ukraine elections & the choice between Europe and Russia. (BBC) 11/04/2004
  • European leaders indicate lack of support for U.S. policy on Iraq (Macon Telegraph) 11/04/2004
  • 'Ukraine's Position Between East and West' Subject of News Conference in Washington Nov. 8 (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 11/04/2004
  • Погляди українських громадян на результат виборiв у США (VOA) 11/04/2004
  • U.S. Urges Ukraine to Correct Problems for Upcoming Election (USDOS) 11/04/2004
  • Has the West lost Ukraine? (Janes) 11/04/2004
  • Ukraine PM refuses to hold TV debates with election rival (Interfax-Russia) 11/04/2004
  • Second Round of Ukraine Election Provides Opportunity for Left (VOA) 11/04/2004
  • Ukraine Election Commission fires computer division chief [for slow processing of the election returns] (Interfax-Russia) 11/04/2004
  • Ukraine PM nixes presidential debate (UPI/Wash Times) 11/04/2004
  • Yushchenko wins first round of Ukraine's presidential election. By Taras Kuzio (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 11/04/2004
  • United States Mission to the OSCE: Statement on First Round of Ukrainian Presidential Election [PDF format] (US OSCE) 11/04/2004
  • PORA gives symbolic election ballots a tumble in a large-load laundry machine (BRAMA) 11/04/2004
  • Ukraine: opposition students create strike committee [Itar-Tass] (Moscow) 11/04/2004
  • На виборах у США переміг Буш: що це означає для світу й України? (Українська правда) 11/04/2004
  • Yearning to breathe free [Radek Sikorski says Russia is using strong-arm tactics to see that its man is returned in Ukraine’s presidential elections] (Spectator) 11/04/2004
  • Western aggression [John Laughland on how the US and Britain are intervening in Ukraine’s elections] (Spectator) 11/04/2004
  • Privileged Citizens of the Month (Moscow Times) 11/04/2004
  • Borys Tarasyuk: Yanukovych will oust foreign capital, including Russia’s, from Ukraine (Our Ukraine) 11/04/2004
  • Letters: Iraq Arms, Ukraine and the Middle of Nowhere (Moscow Times) 11/04/2004
  • Opposition wants recount after dead heat in Ukraine election (AP/Edmonton Sun) 11/04/2004
  • Europe longed for a Bush defeat. Will his victory deepen the transatlantic divide? A look ahead (Time) 11/04/2004
  • Ukrainian President Congratulates Bush On Reelection (RFE/RL) 11/04/2004
  • Ukraine’s dirty, dead presidential heat (ISN) 11/04/2004
  • Відкритий лист штабу Ющенка та активістам [Open Word doc] (МАГУ) 11/04/2004

  • Crowd control methods keep largest rally in Kyiv history in check FOTO/S (BRAMA) 11/03/2004
  • Ukraine election count frozen (AFP/Business Day) 11/03/2004
  • Tomenko thinks that the socialists’ offer to support Yushchenko is a good foundation for a dialogue (Our Ukraine) 11/03/2004
  • 62.91% of Kyiv constituency No. 220 electors cast vote for Yuschenko, 13.84% for Yanukovych (Interfax-Moscow) 11/03/2004
  • Ukraine still waiting for final results for first round presidential (AFP/Yahoo) 11/03/2004
  • Too Close To Call. Ukraine's presidential race ends in a dead heat with claims of vote-rigging and corruption (Time) 11/03/2004
  • Two more states to quit Iraq coalition (Financial Times) 11/03/2004
  • Теледебати. Чого боїться Янукович? (5 канал) 11/03/2004
  • Проект закону про політреформу винесено на голосування в четвер (5 канал) 11/03/2004
  • Water cannons and armoured personnel carriers were removed from the territory of the Ukrainian central election commission on Wednesday [Itar-Tass] (Moscow) 11/03/2004
  • В.Ющенко має намір оскаржити результати виборів. Про це йдеться в його статті, яку надрукувала Файненшл Таймс (BBC Ukrainian) 11/03/2004
  • Не дати придушити виборчу революцію України. Стаття Віктора Ющенка в 'Файненшел Таймс' про президентські вибори в Україні (BBC Ukrainian) 11/03/2004
  • Photo: Too Close to Call [Yushchenko - 'tacitly supported by the West'; Yanukovych - 'openly supported by Russia'] (Business Week) 11/03/2004
  • Yanukovych poster for Ukrainians of Russia; GDP growth chart (Ukrainian Boom) (Business Week) 11/03/2004
  • Axis of failure. The war in Iraq has realised Tony Blair's worst fear: the creation of another country where terrorists can easily find weapons of mass destruction (Guardian) 11/03/2004
  • Ukraine Balances Between Unity, Disorder (AP/Yahoo) 11/03/2004
  • Only in the U.S.A ... From masks to flip-flops and votes from space, Yanks know elections, Mike Strobel says [Bush] (Toronto Sun) 11/03/2004
  • Russia’s political elite want Bush re-elected (ISN) 11/03/2004
  • A Look at Iraq Casualties: As of Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2004, 1124 U.S. military dead (8,150 wounded). 985 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. 14219-16352. (Iraq Coalition Casualties) 11/03/2004
  • Iraq and the Value of On-Site Inspections (Arms Control Association) 11/03/2004
  • Ukrainians call for televised presidential debates -/- Ми вимагаємо теледебатів! (BRAMA) 11/03/2004
  • Звернення СКУ: Відбудеться повторне голосування 21-го листопада (BRAMA) 11/03/2004
  • У ЦВК оброблено 97,67% бюлетенів: За Ющенка 39,22%, за Януковича 39,88%, за Мороза 5,78%, за Симоненка 5,02% (Українська правда) 11/03/2004
  • Ukraine Election Date: November 21, 2004. At Stake: President (CPOD) 11/03/2004
  • Commentary: Ukraine's ballot box revolution must not be stifled. By Victor Yushchenko (Financial Times) 11/03/2004
  • Ukraine opposition leader demands verification of presidential vote. By Tom Warner in Kiev (Financial Times) 11/03/2004
  • Presidential challenger says his rival cheated (IHT) 11/03/2004
  • Ukrainian Presidential Candidates Trade Accusations (RFE/RL) 11/03/2004

  • Ukraine Presidential Election 2004: Results of exit-poll in Germany (BRAMA) 11/02/2004
  • Ukraine Presidential Election 2004: New York City Results (BRAMA) 11/02/2004
  • Britain votes for Yushchenko. By Tony Leliw FOTO/S (BRAMA) 11/02/2004
  • Who Really Won the First Round? CEC holds off calling Yushchenko winner (Our Ukraine) 11/02/2004
  • Canada Slams 'Serious Problems' With Ukraine Vote (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/02/2004
  • Photo: Viktor Yushchenko supporters and members of the pro-democracy student group Pora protest against alleged election fraud during a rally in Kiev Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2004. The Ukrainian opposition alleged official foot-dragging and a cover-up in the vote count from the presidential elections Tuesday, claiming opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko had in fact taken the lead. (AP/Yahoo) 11/02/2004
  • Editorial: Winning Ukraine (Financial Times) 11/02/2004
  • Ukraine mired in ballot protests (BBC) 11/02/2004
  • Ukraine: Election Commission Stops Vote Count As Opposition Protests (RFE/RL) 11/02/2004
  • Ukraine Presidential Election 2004: Paris, France Results (BRAMA) 11/02/2004
  • Проблеми з ретрансляцiєю в Українi програм “Голосу Америки” (VOA) 11/02/2004
  • Photo: Members of youth opposition movements shout slogans during a rally in support of Ukraine's opposition leader and presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko, in Kiev November 2, 2004. Ukraine's opposition on Tuesday accused Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich and his allies of wholesale cheating in a landmark presidential election, foreshadowing a bitter run-off battle later this month. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/02/2004
  • Parliament in Fury, Students Rally Over Ukraine Vote (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/02/2004
  • Photo: Members of youth opposition movements shout slogans during a rally in support of Ukraine's opposition leader and presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko, in Kiev November 2, 2004. Ukraine's opposition on Tuesday accused Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich and his allies of wholesale cheating in a landmark presidential election, foreshadowing a bitter run-off battle later this month. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/02/2004
  • Photo: Members of youth opposition movements shout slogans during a rally in support of Ukraine's opposition leader and presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko, in Kiev November 2, 2004. Ukraine's opposition on Tuesday accused Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich and his allies of wholesale cheating in a landmark presidential election, foreshadowing a bitter run-off battle later this month. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/02/2004
  • Ukraine press split over poll (BBC) 11/02/2004
  • En Ukraine, l'opposition dênonce une falsification du premier tour de l'êlection prêsidentielle (Le Monde) 11/02/2004
  • Le candidat de Moscou en tête pour le second tour de la présidentielle (Le Figaro) 11/02/2004
  • Центрвиборчкомівська «арихметика»: як порахувати так, щоб більше стало меншим? (Україна молода) 11/02/2004
  • Time for a Change [Bush’s presidency has fueled anti-American sentiment, increased cynicism, and offered people with an ugly past...] (Transitions Online) 11/02/2004
  • Ukraine presidential poll heads for run-off amid opposition claims of fraud by PM. By Askold Krushelnycky in Kiev (Independent) 11/02/2004
  • After Georgia, a new target for Serbia's student activists. Now, the hardliners in Ukraine... (Independent) 11/02/2004
  • Editorial: The choice in Ukraine (Boston Globe) 11/02/2004
  • Opinion: Democracy on a grand scale (The Scotsman) 11/02/2004
  • Fury erupts over Ukraine poll (Reuters) 11/02/2004
  • Ukrainian Opposition Vote-Count Cover-Up (AP/Yahoo) 11/02/2004
  • Monitors Say Election In Ukraine Was Flawed. Government Interference, Bias in Media Alleged. By Peter Finn (Wash Post) 11/02/2004
  • Ukraine vote panned, praised. By Natalia A. Feduschak (Wash Times) 11/02/2004
  • Ukraine Stops Releasing Vote Count (RFE/RL) 11/02/2004
  • Opposition to Air Poll Disputes in Ukraine Assembly (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/02/2004
  • Ukraine Candidates Prepare for Runoff [In the western city of Lviv...at least 5,000 of his supporters alleged election fraud at a protest demonstration, chanting 'Enough with thieves' and 'Power to clean hands.'] (AP/Yahoo) 11/02/2004
  • Ukraine Vote for President in Virtual Tie; Runoff Is Due (NY Times) 11/02/2004
  • Close race sets runoff for leader of Ukraine. Pro-Russia candidate, reformist will face off. By Natasha Lisova [AP report] (San Diego Union-Tribune) 11/02/2004
  • Poll leaves Ukraine facing run-off (Sunday Times) 11/02/2004
  • A Race Too Close to Call. After the first round of voting, the two leading candidates in Ukraine’s presidential elections are running neck and neck. (Transitions Online) 11/02/2004
  • Ukrainian Candidates One Point Apart (Moscow Times) 11/02/2004
  • International Observers Say Ukraine Vote Compromised [VOA report] (Axcess) 11/02/2004
  • EU Calls For Improvements In Ukrainian Election (RFE/RL) 11/02/2004
  • And the winner isn't ... [AP report] (Edmonton Sun) 11/02/2004
  • A Partial Observer. Polish policy-makers may try to exploit the contentious Ukrainian and Belarusian elections to strengthen the country's position in the EU. (Transitions Online) 11/02/2004
  • A Ghost at the Party. Lukashenka’s absence at Ukraine’s liberation parade highlights his difficult relations with Russia and Ukraine. (Transitions Online) 11/02/2004
  • Shares fall as investors take stock of election situation (Interfax-Moscow) 11/02/2004
  • Opinion: Predicting the Outcome of U.S. Election (Moscow Times) 11/02/2004
  • Losing the Cold War, one election at a time (Lebanon Daily Star) 11/02/2004
  • Commentary: Orderly departure option. To paraphrase Oliver Cromwell, the U.S. military has stayed in Iraq too long for any good it has been doing lately. By Bruce Fein (Wash Times) 11/02/2004
  • European press review. Newspapers in Europe reflect the worldwide preoccupation with today's US presidential election, while some also examine the similarly polarised contest for the top job in Ukraine. (BBC) 11/02/2004
  • Opinion: Will Ukraine Choose Russia or the West? Ukraine's presidential race between Viktor Yanukovich and liberal opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko is neck-and-neck. (Deutsche Welle) 11/02/2004
  • Sidelined at election time [Born in 1960, Kavchak was raised in the Ukraine during the Cold War...] (News Virginian) 11/02/2004
  • ЩО НАРАХУВАЛИ В ЦВК? (Українська правда) 11/02/2004
  • «Сила народу» оголосила про початок мобілізації (Гаряча Лінія) 11/02/2004
  • РАХІВНИЦЯ (Україна молода) 11/02/2004
  • Допереможемо! Не програти Ющенкові вже в першому турі влада спромоглася лише завдяки неймовірним фальсифікаціям (Україна молода) 11/02/2004

  • Ukrainians go to the polls - Presidential election 2004 SLIDESHOW (BRAMA) 11/01/2004
  • OSCE INTERNATIONAL ELECTION OBSERVATION MISSION. Presidential Election, Ukraine – 31 October 2004. STATEMENT OF PRELIMINARY FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS [PDF Format] (OSCE) 11/01/2004
  • МІЖНАРОДНА МІСІЯ СПОСТЕРЕЖЕННЯ ЗА ВИБОРАМИ. Вибори Президента України – 31 жовтня 2004 р. ЗАЯВА ПРО ПОПЕРЕДНІ РЕЗУЛЬТАТИ СПОСТЕРЕЖЕННЯ ТА ВИСНОВКИ [PDF Format] (OSCE) 11/01/2004
  • Штаби двох провiдних кандидатiв пiдбивають пiдсумки (VOA) 11/01/2004
  • США розчарованi першим туром виборiв в Українi (VOA) 11/01/2004
  • Ukrainian’s national pride (Дзеркало Тижня) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Supporters of the Ukrainian opposition rally in Kiev. Monitors said the presidential vote on Sunday did not meet European standards. (Wash Post) 11/01/2004
  • Local Ukrainians upset ability to vote taken away. About 100 people protested in Edmonton on Sunday, angry that they weren't able to exercise their right to vote. (CBC) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: A woman, supporter of Ukrainian opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko gestures as she speaks during a rally in the center of Kiev. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Adam Ereli, US State Dept Deputy Spokesman: Ukraine Elections Results / OSCE Assessment [Pagedown] (USDOS) 11/01/2004
  • U.S. Agrees with OSCE that Ukraine Vote Was 'Step Backward' (USDOS) 11/01/2004
  • US wants Ukraine to shape up vote (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine: Main Candidates Appear Set For Runoff After Presidential Election (RFE/RL) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Two electoral commission workers empty a ballot box at a polling station in Kiev. The US said that the first round of Ukraine's presidential vote was a step backwards and called on the country to hold a second round without irregularities (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: A dog wears an opposition scarf bearing 'Yes Yushchenko!' in the center of Kiev. Ukraine's presidential election will be decided in a 21 November 2004 runoff between pro-Moscow candidate Viktor Yanukovich and his pro-Western opposition foe Yushchenko, the central election commission said. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • U.S. Watches Ukraine Elections with Concern. Op-ed by Richard Armitage, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State (USDOS) 11/01/2004
  • Headquarters’ Forecasts, Expected Outcomes And Vote-Rigging Techniques (Дзеркало Тижня) 11/01/2004
  • This is our concern. It all started with a protest by journalists from five national TV channels - ICTV, Inter, Noviy, Tonis, and NTN. (Дзеркало Тижня) 11/01/2004
  • John Herbst: “We Want The Next Ukrainian President To Be Elected By The Ukrainian People, And Not By Influential And Rich Men” (Дзеркало Тижня) 11/01/2004
  • Єхануров: головна жертва виборів - КПУ та Симоненко (BBC Ukrainian) 11/01/2004
  • Western observers condemn Ukraine poll (Financial Times) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Geert Ahrens, OSCE Ambassador to Ukraine, speaks during a news conference in Kiev Monday, Nov. 1, 2004. A 600-strong group of foreign monitors representing European organizations, which includes the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe and the Council of Europe, said the vote at Sunday's presidential election did not meet democratic standards. (AP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: An activist of the Ukrainian opposition students organization 'Pora' during a protest against the results of the Oct.31 presidential election in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, Nov. 1, 2004. The inscription on the ribbon reads 'Pora' (It's time). Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych and his main reformist challenger Viktor Yushchenko are less than a percentage point apart with nearly all the votes counted, apparently forcing a runoff, the Central Elections Commission said Monday. (AP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Run-off vote looms in Ukrainian election (Guardian) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich speaks in Kiev. Ukraine's hotly contested presidential election headed for a second-round showdown between a West-leaning reformer and his pro-Russia rival after an inconclusive initial vote slammed as undemocratic by international observers. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's electoral commission head Sergei Kivalov leaves a news conference in Kiev, November 1, 2004. Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich clung to a slender lead on Monday in a presidential election that could decide whether Ukraine tilts to Russia or the West, but a run-off against a liberal challenger appeared certain. European monitors surveying procedures after a bitter campaign of political mud-slinging and recrimination said Sunday's election failed to meet international standards. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Міжнародні спостерігачі розчаровані виборами (BBC Ukrainian) 11/01/2004
  • Що таке патріотизм і хто де побачив порушення? (BBC Ukrainian) 11/01/2004
  • Українські виборці у Британії підтримали Ющенка [З понад 1600 зареєстрованих виборців голосували 877.] (BBC Ukrainian) 11/01/2004
  • CIS observers find no violations in Ukrainian elections (RBC News) 11/01/2004
  • Monitors denounce Ukrainian election 'fix' (Daily Telegraph) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: An opposition activist waves Ukraine's national flag during a rally in Kiev November 1, 2004. Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich clung to a slender lead on Monday in a presidential election that could decide whether Ukraine tilts to Russia or the West, but a run-off against a liberal challenger appeared certain. (Reuters) 11/01/2004
  • Runoff Needed in Ukraine Election - Official (Reuters) 11/01/2004
  • Widespread campaign irregularities observed in Ukrainian presidential election (OSCE) 11/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Election, Criticized by OSCE, Heads for Second Round (Bloomberg) 11/01/2004
  • En Ukraine, l'opposition dénonce une falsification du premier tour de l'élection présidentielle (Le Monde) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine: Ianoukovitch devance de peu Iouchtchenko dans un scrutin jugé non démocratique (Le Figaro) 11/01/2004
  • A Rome, l'Ukraine a rendez-vous près de la station de métro Garbatella [From 10/30/04] (Le Monde) 11/01/2004
  • Soutien intéressé de Moscou [From 10/31/04] (Libération) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine PM ready to talk to his rival (UPI/Wash Times) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine communists protest election (UPI/Wash Times) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine's Communists skeptical about vote transparency (Interfax-Russia) 11/01/2004
  • Кампанія Пора закликає до страйків у вузах України. Громадянська кампанія Пора вважає, що вибори було сфальсифіковано, і закликає студентів до страйків (BBC Ukrainian) 11/01/2004
  • Штаб Януковича 'задоволений результатами' Віктор Янукович сказав, що готовий до конструктивного діалогу з Віктором Ющенком, хоч і вражений 'випадами' (BBC Ukrainian) 11/01/2004
  • Міжнародні спостерігачі розчаровані виборами. Західні спостерігачі назвали вибори в Україні кроком назад. Спостерігачі від СНД задоволені ходом виборів (BBC Ukrainian) 11/01/2004
  • Підраховано 94,2% бюлетенів: розрив менше відсотка. За останніми даними ЦВК, Віктор Янукович має 40,11% голосів, Віктор Ющенко - 39,16% голосів виборців (BBC Ukrainian) 11/01/2004
  • У ЦВК оброблено 94,24% бюлетенів. (Українська правда) 11/01/2004
  • Ківалов: очевидно, буде другий тур. Голова ЦВК сказав, що вже можна робити висновок: жоден із кандидатів не набрав понад 50% голосів (BBC Ukrainian) 11/01/2004
  • Stand-off in Ukrainian Election (Deutsche Welle) 11/01/2004
  • PM takes early lead in Ukraine poll (Reuters) 11/01/2004
  • Widespread campaign irregularities observed in Ukrainian presidential election (OSCE) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine poll failings condemned (BBC) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine's opposition ready to take to streets over vote (Globe and Mail) 11/01/2004
  • Official Count, Exit Polls Tell Different Stories in Ukraine (LA Times) 11/01/2004
  • Uncertainty swirls as Ukraine decides its future By Steven Lee Myers The New York Times (IHT) 11/01/2004
  • Rivals in Ukraine Report Violations in Presidential Vote (NY Times) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine challenger opens press center (UPI/Wash Times) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine prez candidate fears vote fraud (UPI/Wash Times) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine Vote Fails to Meet Standards, Say Monitors (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine Election Heads to Runoff Vote (AP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine presidential hopefuls head to runoff vote (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Toronto woman monitors vote (Toronto Star) 11/01/2004
  • Yanukovych, challenger less than 1 percentage point apart in Ukraine's election (AP/National Post) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine Frontrunners for President Both Claim Lead (Update4) (Bloomberg) 11/01/2004
  • Premier Narrowly Leads Ukrainian Presidential Race (RFE/RL) 11/01/2004
  • Early lead for Ukrainian PM. But opposition declares slim victory, alleges mass fraud. Runoff vote expected Nov. 21 in bitter race for presidency (Toronto Star) 11/01/2004
  • 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) 11/01/2004
  • Yushchenko has 45.06% of vote at 67.12% of polling stations - election staff (Interfax-Moscow) 11/01/2004
  • Students start building barricades in downtown Lvov. An unauthorized rally started in front of the university... [Itar-Tass] (Moscow) 11/01/2004
  • Slideshow: Ukraine Elections [AP/AFP/Reuters] (Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian police officer passes by camouflaged military vehicles armed with water cannons behind metal barriers erected around the building of Central Election Commission in Kiev, Monday, Nov 1, 2004. Officials had prepared for mass civil unrest during presidential elections but it didn't take place. (AP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Head of Ukrainian Election Commission Sergei Kivalov announces presidential election results at a news conference in Kiev Monday, Nov. 1, 2004. Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych and his main, reformist challenger in Ukraine's presidential election were less than a percentage point apart with nearly all the votes counted, apparently forcing a runoff, the Central Elections Commission said Monday. (AP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Head of Ukrainian Election Commission Sergei Kivalov announces presidential election results at a news conference in Kiev Monday, Nov. 1, 2004. Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych and his main, reformist challenger in Ukraine's presidential election were less than a percentage point apart with nearly all the votes counted, apparently forcing a runoff, the Central Elections Commission said Monday. (AP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Graphic fact file on Ukraine (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of Viktor Yushchenko wears a flag reading 'Yes Yushchenko!' in Kiev. Ukraine's hotly contested presidential election headed into a second round showdown between the Western-leaning candidate and his pro-Russia foe following an inconclusive first round vote marred by irregularities and violence. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: A member of youth opposition movement Pora covers his face during a rally in central Kiev. Ukraine's hotly contested presidential election headed into a second round showdown between the Western-leaning candidate and his pro-Russia foe following an inconclusive first round vote marred by irregularities and violence. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko addresses supporters in Kiev. Ukraine's hotly contested presidential election headed into a second round showdown between the Western-leaning candidate and his pro-Russia foe following an inconclusive first round vote marred by irregularities and violence. (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's presidential candidate liberal Viktor Yushchenko speaks at his headquarters in Kiev November 1, 2004. Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich took an early lead on Monday in presidential election focusing on wether Ukraine turns to Russia or the West. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian woman reads a ballot as a police officer passes by at a polling station in the village of Khotianivka near capital Kiev, October 31, 2004. Ukraine's presidential election, pitting the prime minister against a liberal challenger, failed to meet international standards, Western monitors said on November 1. 'We have to conclude that the 2004 presidential election did not meet a considerable number of ... standards,' Bruce George, head of an Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe mission, told a news conference. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Runoff elections highly probable in Ukraine (Interfax-Moscow) 11/01/2004
  • Yanukovich, Yushchenko have equal number of votes - Committee of Voters of Ukraine (Interfax-Moscow) 11/01/2004
  • Вибори президента: останні дані ЦВК. На виборах в Україні за попередніми даними перед веде Віктор Янукович. (BBC Ukrainian) 11/01/2004
  • Ukrainian official defends exit polls (UPI/Wash Times) 11/01/2004
  • Kiev native relishes her vote (Journal News) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine Election Heads to Runoff Vote (AP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine poll failings condemned (BBC News) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine Vote Fails to Meet Standards, Say Monitors (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: A supporter of Viktor Yushchenko wears a flag reading 'Yes Yushchenko!' in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: A member of youth opposition movement Pora covers his face during a rally in central Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Head of Ukrainian Election Commission Sergei Kivalov announces presidential election results at a news conference in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Head of Ukrainian Election Commission Sergei Kivalov announces presidential election results at a news conference in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian police officer passes by camouflaged military vehicles armed with water cannons behind metal barriers erected around the building of Central Election Commission in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Photo: Opposition leader and presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko addresses supporters in Kiev. Ukraine's hotly contested presidential election headed into a second round showdown between the Western-leaning candidate and his pro-Russia foe following an inconclusive first round vote marred by irregularities and violence (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine presidential hopefuls head to runoff vote (AFP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine Election Headed for Runoff Vote (AP/Yahoo) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine election set for run-off (CNN) 11/01/2004
  • PM Clings to Lead in Ukraine Presidential Poll (Reuters) 11/01/2004
  • Slim lead for PM in Ukraine poll (BBC News) 11/01/2004
  • Premier Narrowly Leads Ukrainian Presidential Race (RFE/RL) 11/01/2004
  • Uncertainty swirls as Ukraine decides its future (IH Tribune) 11/01/2004
  • Official Count, Exit Polls Tell Different Stories in Ukraine (LA Times) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine's opposition ready to take to streets over vote (Globe and Mail) 11/01/2004
  • Rivals in Ukraine Report Violations in Presidential Vote (NY Times) 11/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Election Heads to Runoff (Wash Post) 11/01/2004
  • Exit polls give mixed signals as Ukraine chooses its president (Independent) 11/01/2004
  • Ukrainian vote appears headed for deadlock (Daily Telegraph) 11/01/2004
  • Exit polls point to Ukrainian run-off (Guardian) 11/01/2004
  • Ukraine challenger heading for victory (The Scotsman) 11/01/2004
  • Exit Poll Shows Yushchenko in Lead (Moscow Times) 11/01/2004
  • Many Unable to Cast Their Ballots (Moscow Times) 11/01/2004
  • Ukrainian Embassy Turns Away Many Voters (Moscow Times) 11/01/2004
  • Perplexed by Putin's Bet in Ukraine (Moscow Times) 11/01/2004
  • Will the Boom Last in Ukraine? (Business Week) 11/01/2004
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