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  • Photo: Ukrainian mothers of Soviet servicemen who perished during the war in Afghanistan, hold portraits of their sons at a meeting outside the parliament building in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/31/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian veterans of the war in Afghanistan, led by the former Soviet Union, hold banners as they rally next to a wheel chair, artificial limbs and crutches outside Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers in Kiev, May 31, 2005. More than 2,000 members of the Ukrainian Union of Afghan war veterans from all over the country, rallied on Tuesday with demands to improve veterans' social welfare, Interfax-Ukraine news agency reported. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/31/2005

  • Yanukovych Fails to Attend His Interrogation Today (UNIAN) 05/30/2005

  • Government bill seeks to install loyalists at UkrNafta management (Ukrainian Journal) 05/25/2005
  • Ukrainian elections again (Euro-Reporters) 05/25/2005
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko admits mistakes in appointing some officials (CP/National Post) 05/25/2005

  • Oil Crisis: Enough Blame to Go Around (UNIAN) 05/24/2005
  • Sorry, But No Mercy. Anatoly Kinakh’s dubious apologies (Kommersant) 05/24/2005
  • ОБСЄ представляє звiт про президентськi вибори в Українi (VOA) 05/24/2005
  • National Council for Television and Radio Broadcasting Blames NTN for Profiteering in Freedom of Speech (UNIAN) 05/24/2005
  • Ukraine: Divergent Views of a Looming Economic Iceberg (UNIAN) 05/24/2005

  • Rotten Orange. Political Marriage Between Yushenko and Timoshenko Is Cracked (Kommersant) 05/23/2005
  • УРП „Собор” вiдзначає своє 15-лiття (VOA) 05/23/2005
  • FORMER UKRAINE LEADER WILL APPEAL REMAINING U.S. CONVICTIONS [Lazarenko] (CBS5) 05/23/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian communists hold red flags and the portrait of Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin during a protest in Donetsk, May 23, 2005. The communists gathered on Monday to protest against the government policies and poor living standards in the country. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/23/2005
  • Fuel crisis drags Yushchenko back into the fray of Ukraine's politics (Financial Times) 05/23/2005
  • Yushchenko, Tymoshenko, Lytvyn, to Joint Political Forces at Parliamentary Election in 2006 (UNIAN) 05/23/2005
  • President, PM clash at mtg with Russians (Ukrainian Journal) 05/23/2005
  • National Security Council seeks urgent measures to stop WTO failure (Ukrainian Journal) 05/23/2005
  • U.S. Energy Secretary to travel to Russian, Azerbaijan and Ukraine (Ukrainian Journal) 05/23/2005
  • Revolutionaries in Ukraine no longer singing same song (The Scotsman) 05/23/2005

  • Waste crackdown to cut Ukraine deficit-Yushchenko (Reuters) 05/22/2005

  • Photo: Supporters of Viktor Yanukovich, former Ukrainian prime minister, hold a poster while arguing with a police officer guarding the entrance to the Palace of Sports during a protest in Kiev May 21, 2005. Members of opposition parties rallied against alleged political repression by Ukraine's new authorities against the opposition outside Kiev's Palace of Sports, the venue where the final of the Eurovision song contest will be held on Saturday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/21/2005
  • Ex-Ukraine PM convictions halved (BBC) 05/21/2005
  • Many U.S. charges against top Ukrainian thrown out [Lazarenko] (Reuters) 05/21/2005
  • Ex-Ukraine leader seen getting decade in U.S. jail [Lazarenko] (Reuters) 05/21/2005
  • 15 Convictions Against Lazarenko Dropped (AP/Yahoo) 05/21/2005
  • Ukraine leader dismisses notion PM should quit (Reuters) 05/21/2005

  • Українська опозицiя намагалася прорватися на Євробачення (VOA) 05/20/2005
  • Kinakh sharply criticizes Tymoshenko but will stay in government (FirsTnews) 05/20/2005
  • Symonenko considers administrative and territorial reform a government power grab (FirsTnews) 05/20/2005

  • Photo: Viktor Yanukovich (R) former Ukrainian Prime Minister and leader of the Party of Regions, is greeted by his supporters during a meeting of opposition parties outside the parliament building in Kiev, May 19, 2005. About 5,000 activists protested against alleged political repression by Ukraine's new authorities against opposition, Interfax-Ukraine news agency reported. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/19/2005
  • RFE/RL Back on FM Air in Kyiv (RFE/RL) 05/19/2005
  • Нова українська опозицiя протестує (VOA) 05/19/2005
  • Tymoshenko Under Fire Over Fuel Crisis (AP/Yahoo) 05/19/2005
  • Photo: A supporter of former Ukrainian Prime Minister and opposition party leader Viktor Yanukovich, breaks a fence in front of policemen guarding the Palace of Sports, during a rally against alleged political repression by Ukraine's new authorities in Kiev May 19, 2005. About 500 demonstrators made an attempt to enter Kiev's Palace of Sports but were stopped by police guarding the venue (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/19/2005
  • Photo: Supporters of Viktor Yanukovych, former Ukrainian Prime Minister and a losing candidate in last year's presidential vote, clash with riot police only hours ahead of the semifinals of the Eurovision Song Contest in downtown Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 05/19/2005
  • Photo: Supporters of Viktor Yanukovych, former Ukrainian Prime Minister and a losing candidate in last year's presidential vote, stand in front of riot police lines only hours ahead of the semifinals of the Eurovision Song Contest in downtown Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 05/19/2005
  • Photo: Supporters of former Ukrainian prime minister and an opposition party leader, Viktor Yanukovich, shout slogans through loud speakers during a rally against alleged political repression by Ukraine's new authorities, near the Palace of Sports, in Kie (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/19/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian riot police stand in line in front of the supporters of Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's former Prime Minister and a losing candidate in the last year's presidential vote, only hours ahead of the semifinals of the Eurovision Song Contest in downtown Kiev, Thursday, May 19 2005. Yanukovych's supporters rallied demanding an end to what they describe as political persecution of the opposition by the authorities of President Viktor Yushchenko. (AP/Yahoo) 05/19/2005
  • Розшукується Бакай (VOA) 05/19/2005
  • Стан письменника Шеклi дещо покращився (VOA) 05/19/2005
  • Ukrainian Security Services Will Frisk Russian Oil Companies…if they won’t find a common language with Viktor Yushenko (Kommersant) 05/19/2005
  • Bias claim against reporters' group [Reporters sans frontières] (Guardian) 05/19/2005
  • Протистояння Тимошенко-Кінах: прогнози політологів (УНІАН) 05/19/2005
  • Yushchenko moves to end fuel row (BBC) 05/19/2005
  • Ukraine's Yushchenko blasts govt over fuel crisis (Reuters) 05/19/2005

  • Ukraine President Transforming Country into a Nation of God (Christian Today) 05/18/2005
  • Tymoshenko sums up government’s first 100 days (FirsTnews) 05/18/2005
  • Betraying a Revolution. By Anders Aslund (Wash Post) 05/18/2005
  • Two down, one to go? Ukrainian officials target another oligarchic clan (Jamestown Foundation) 05/18/2005
  • Ukraine moving to reduce Russian monopoly on oil market (Jamestown Foundation) 05/18/2005
  • Control Is the Best Form of Trust. The Black List of Ukrainian Re-Privatization (Kommersant) 05/18/2005
  • PM, Poroshenko comments at odds over privatization hit list existence (Ukrainian Journal) 05/18/2005

  • УТ-1 має стати незалежним вiд влади (VOA) 05/17/2005
  • Visegrad Group gives cautious advice on the pace of Ukrainian reforms (FirsTnews) 05/17/2005
  • Poland, Lithuania, Ukraine create inter-parliamentary assembly, joint battalion (Jamestown Foundation) 05/17/2005
  • Журналісти вважають, що найкраще працює Тимошенко, найгірше – Зварич (Proua) 05/17/2005
  • Ukrtelecom Is on Air Again (Kommersant) 05/17/2005
  • Chief of Party - Ukraine [USAID rule of law project in the Ukraine] (FPA) 05/17/2005
  • Ukraine’s Yushchenko Blames His Team for Fuel Crisis (Mosnews) 05/17/2005

  • Yushchenko shares plans with the nation (Jamestown Foundation) 05/16/2005
  • Загроза блокування роботи Верховної Ради (VOA) 05/16/2005
  • Ukraine unveils plan on privatisations [Ukraine's government has identified 29 privatised companies it plans to re-auction because it believes the previous sales were flawed.][Dated 5/14/05] (Financial Times) 05/16/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko speaks to the media in Kiev, Monday, May 16, 2005. Tymoshenko on Monday pledged that the country would seek oil suppliers in the Central Asian country of Kazakhstan in an attempt to ease acute fuel shortages. She earlier accused key Russian exporters of suspending fuel deliveries to Ukraine. (AP/Yahoo) 05/16/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko gestures while answering a reporter's question during the Council of Europe Heads of State and Government Summit in Warsaw May 16, 2005. Sixty years after the end of World War Two, heads of state from 46 countries are meeting in Warsaw for a pan-European summit to define future priorities in a new political mandate for the Council of Europe. Yushchenko has promised leaders of the Council of Europe member countries that Ukrainian parliamentary elections in 2006 will be fair and transparent. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/16/2005
  • Former TransCarpathia governor, a Kuchma backer, taken into custody (Ukrainian Journal) 05/16/2005
  • Poroshenko: Govt has 29 companies on secret privatization hit list (Ukrainian Journal) 05/16/2005
  • Ukraine's Timoshenko denies govt plans to review 29 privatisations (AFX/Forbes) 05/16/2005

  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko tours the historical museum Pirogovo just outside the capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 05/15/2005

  • Yushchenko stresses that reprivatization is not a goal (FirsTnews) 05/14/2005
  • Tymoshenko claims Russia to blame for gasoline shortage in Ukraine (FirsTnews) 05/14/2005
  • Ukraine unveils plan on privatisations [Ukraine's government has identified 29 privatised companies it plans to re-auction because it believes the previous sales were flawed.] (Financial Times) 05/14/2005
  • Ukrainian PM Blames Russia for Oil Woes (AP/Yahoo) 05/14/2005
  • Luhansk miners march on Kyiv over unpaid wages and working conditions (FirsTnews) 05/14/2005

  • Проблеми з медiа в Луганськiй областi (VOA) 05/13/2005
  • Оцінка ста днів нової влади від президента Ющенка (VOA) 05/13/2005
  • Янукович влаштовує Iнтернет-конференцiю (VOA) 05/13/2005
  • Majority of Ukrainians Believe that President and Government Are Fighting Corruption – Poll (UNIAN) 05/13/2005
  • Former PM grilled in Donetsk boss case (Ukrainian Journal) 05/13/2005
  • Yushchenko pledges EU, Nato vote (BBC) 05/13/2005

  • Photo: People gather to watch a live phone-in TV show featuring Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, seen on a screen in the background, as they listen to fellow Ukrainians questioning Viktor Yushchenko during the show, in downtown Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, May 12, 2005. Viktor Yushchenko, speaking during the live, televised call-in show marking his first 100 days in office, said Thursday that he would let Ukrainians decide for themselves in plebiscites, if the former Soviet republic should seek membership in the European Union and NATO. (AP/Yahoo) 05/12/2005
  • Yushchenko: Ukraine to Vote on EU Status (AP/Yahoo) 05/12/2005
  • Ukraine Gov't Wants Privatization Reviews [29 companies] (AP/Yahoo) 05/12/2005
  • Press freedoms said greatly improved under Yushchenko presidency (FirsTnews) 05/12/2005
  • Photo: Masked protesters dressed in mock strait-jackets with placards reading: 'Anti-democrat' attend a rally of protest in central Donetsk, May 12, 2005. About a dozen protesters on Thursday staged an anti-governmental action called 'Ukraine without Yushchenko' in central Donetsk demanding freedom of speech. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/12/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko speaks to the media in Kiev, Ukraine, in this March 1, 2005 file photo. Viktor Yushchenko, speaking during a live, televised call-in show marking his first 100 days in office, urged Ukrainians to have patience with his new government, saying Thursday that three months in office isn't enough time to make sweeping changes. (AP/Yahoo) 05/12/2005
  • Parading Against Reconciliation. President Yushchenko’s initiative to reconcile Soviet veterans and veterans of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army has been repulsed, but the issue is likely to trouble future Victory Day celebrations. (Transitions Online) 05/12/2005

  • Agricultural Minister Baranovski Believes His Main Achievement is Transparent Distribution of Funds (UNIAN) 05/11/2005
  • SBU Allowed Melnychenko to Bear Witness in USA – Turchynov (UNIAN) 05/11/2005
  • Реакцiя МЗС України на заяву комiсара ЄС (VOA) 05/11/2005
  • Уряд обiцяє усiм українцям якiсне житло (VOA) 05/11/2005
  • Interior Minister Lutsenko Positive About Changes in Ministry During His First 100 Days in Office (UNIAN) 05/11/2005
  • Zvarych should resign (RFE/RL) 05/11/2005
  • Zvarych’s educational accomplishments continue to raise more questions than answers (FirsTnews) 05/11/2005
  • Russian language issue remains a tricky question in Ukraine (FirsTnews) 05/11/2005
  • Troubles far from over as released Ukrainian protesters vow return to Belar (FirsTnews) 05/11/2005
  • Зварич не показував Тимошенко документи про освіту (УНІАН) 05/11/2005
  • Ukraine Expects EU to Confirm Its Right for Membership (UNIAN) 05/11/2005
  • Ukraine: Songs, 'revolution' and human rights (Amnesty International) 05/11/2005
  • Belarus deports 5 Ukrainians for joining Minsk protest rally (Ukrainian Journal) 05/11/2005

  • Former Soviet Republics - Growing Pains - Adrian Karatnycky on PBS NewsHour (PBS) 05/10/2005
  • Політичний герць: Зварич проти 'професійних комсомольців' (УНІАН) 05/10/2005
  • Зварич спростовує інформацію про своє двоєженство (УНІАН) 05/10/2005
  • Ukraine Justice Minister Has No Master's (AP/Wash Post) 05/10/2005
  • AUDIO: U.S.- Russia Relations [includes comments on Ukraine] (NPR/WBUR) 05/10/2005
  • Zvarych Does Not Rule Out Diaspora Is Involved in His Disgracing (UNIAN) 05/10/2005
  • Цитата дня: Зварич про діаспору і 'українську політичну специфіку' (УНІАН) 05/10/2005
  • Letter: The truth, the half-truth, and the lie.. - a response to 'The good, the bad and the ugly' (BRAMA) 05/10/2005
  • Kiev Will Recreate Orange Revolution Camping Area for Eurovision Song Contest (Mosnews) 05/10/2005

  • Russia, Ukraine Argue About Future of CIS (Mosnews) 05/09/2005
  • Buddhists Picket State Security Building in Kyiv (RISU) 05/09/2005
  • Nothing Is Hate Speech When Directed Against Arabs [“Ukrainophobia”] (Arab News) 05/09/2005
  • Political Developments Should Strengthen National Church in Ukraine, Says UOC-KP Orthodox Head (RISU) 05/09/2005

  • Photo: People pass by tents in a protest camp across from the Cabinet building in Ukraine's capital (AP/Yahoo) 05/08/2005
  • Fake Papers Can Certify Ukraine Revolution (AP/Yahoo) 05/08/2005
  • Yushchenko crafts Victory Day compromise to please Moscow and Ukraine (Firstnews) 05/08/2005

  • Public Broadcasting Facing Unexpected Challenges in Ukraine (RFE/RL) 05/06/2005
  • Ukraine's Embattled Tycoon Wants Settlement [Viktor Pinchuk] (AP/Yahoo) 05/06/2005
  • Controversy Follows Ukrainian Official [Roman Zvarych] (AP/Yahoo) 05/06/2005
  • Dubious dacha sale raises tricky questions over Ukrainians fleeing to Moscow (Financial Times) 05/06/2005
  • Ukraine Realizes Democratic Values, Without Tying Them with Entrance to EU or NATO – Top Deputy FM [Buteyko] (UNIAN) 05/06/2005
  • U.S. Concerned over Treatment of Ukrainian Detainees in Belarus (USDOS) 05/06/2005
  • How to help Yushchenko. By Jennifer Moroney and Taras Kuzio (IH Tribune) 05/06/2005
  • President Yuschenko: Jews of Ukraine Must Feel Jewish (FJC) 05/06/2005
  • World War II -- 60 Years After: Mykola Lebed And The Ukrainian Partisan Army (RFE/RL) 05/06/2005
  • Jailed Ukrainians in Minsk face deportation, five-year entry ban; another former Ukrainian official placed on international wanted list [ Volodymyr Scherban, former governor of Sumy Oblast] (RFE/RL) 05/06/2005

  • Yushchenko Assails Minsk on Jailings (AP/Moscow Times) 05/05/2005
  • Ukrainian President Wants Border Compromise With Russia (RFE/RL) 05/05/2005
  • Ukraine factions still at odds 60 years on [Red Army v. World War II nationalist militias] (AFP/Yahoo) 05/05/2005
  • Russia: Cossack Revival Gathers Momentum (RFE/RL) 05/05/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian veterans march in Victory Day celebrations last year. Rancour between rival factions of World War II veterans in the Ukraine still boils... (AFP/Yahoo) 05/05/2005
  • Photo: Timofey Leonov, 88, communist and World War II veteran, smiles as he takes part in the communist rally outside of the Presidential building in downtown Kiev...Ukraine's Communists are protesting against the Ukrainian government's plans to give anti-Soviet partisans the same recognition offered to World War II veterans. (AP/Yahoo) 05/05/2005
  • Pinchuk industrial empire may be attacked on new front (Firstnews) 05/05/2005
  • Miracle smiles on Easter Sunday at Ukrainian church FOTO/S (BRAMA) 05/05/2005
  • 'Orange revolutionaries' add color on Easter Sunday FOTO/S (BRAMA) 05/05/2005
  • Роман Зварич планує поставити всі крапки над 'і' в справі здобутої ним академічної освіти у США [Прес-конференція 10 травня 2005 року о 10.00 у Міністерстві юстиції України] (Урядовий портал) 05/05/2005
  • В Українi змiнюється полiтичний ландшафт (VOA) 05/05/2005

  • Photo: Ukrainian demonstrator shouts outside Belarussian embassy in Kiev, May 4, 2005. A few dozen youth protesters gathered outside the Belarussian embassy in Kiev on Wednesday demanding the release of their comrades recently detained during a rally in the Belarussian capital Minsk. (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/04/2005
  • More problems for Yushchenko government as justice minister caught exaggerating his academic record (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 05/04/2005
  • Ukraine Steel Corp. Appeals to Government [Kryvorizhstal] (AP/Yahoo) 05/04/2005
  • For Sale: Ukrainian Billionaire Assets? [Kryvorizhstal] [Dated 5/3/05] (Forbes) 05/04/2005
  • Reporters Without Borders: 15th World Press Freedom Day – Ukraine (UNIAN) 05/04/2005

  • Нова влада про одне iз своїх головних досягнень (VOA) 05/03/2005
  • Минули першi сто днiв президентства Ющенка (VOA) 05/03/2005
  • Helsinki Commission leaders cite central role of media in building democracy (CSCE) 05/03/2005
  • «Репортери без кордонiв» про свободу преси в Українi (VOA) 05/03/2005
  • Viktor Yushchenko marks first 100 days as Ukraine's president (CP/National Post) 05/03/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, left, and Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko at a news conference in Kyiv (AP/Yahoo) 05/03/2005
  • Ukraine’s Viktor Yushchenko Marks First 100 Days of Presidency (Mosnews) 05/03/2005
  • Yushchenko marks first 100 days (BBC) 05/03/2005
  • Media hail Ukraine leader's 100 days (BBC) 05/03/2005
  • Public Appeal: Belarus Chernobyl commemoration ends in large-scale arrests [5 Ukrainians] (Amnesty International) 05/03/2005

  • TV Dispute Casts Glare On Broader Problem (RFE/RL) 05/02/2005
  • Problems persist despite Yushchenko's success (AFP/IOL) 05/02/2005

  • Forging Ukraine (One) 05/01/2005
  • Yushchenko sends Easter greetings, orders complaint offices established (Firstnews) 05/01/2005
  • Walesa says he averted Ukraine clashes (Guardian) 05/01/2005
  • Photo: Communists and their supporters celebrate May Day in downtown Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 05/01/2005
  • Russians Mark May Day with Protests Against Government (VOA) 05/01/2005
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