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  • Regal exhausts its reserves of goodwill (The Observer) 07/31/2005
  • Benedict XVI: Angelus Prayer [scroll down to Ukrainian greeting] (Holy See) 07/31/2005
  • Vice PM Suggests Ways out of Orthodox-Catholic Property Conflict in Ternopil (RISU) 07/31/2005
  • UOC–KP Orthodox Synod Proposes Awards for National Deputies (RISU) 07/31/2005
  • Ukrainian Muslims Condemn Recent Terrorism (RISU) 07/31/2005

  • Jean Paul Gaultier, fashion show in Paris [Kateryna Yushchenko] (Enjoy France) 07/30/2005
  • The recipe for a powerful woman: Live in the US, work in business and go into politics (Independent) 07/30/2005
  • Ukraine gas field deal undervalued by £70m, says Regal (Guardian) 07/30/2005
  • Greek Catholic Representative Calls Russian Orthodox to Tolerance (RISU) 07/30/2005
  • Ми писали, ми писали... (Deutsche Welle) 07/30/2005

  • Ukraine Trade Union Leader Praises Revolution But Continues Fight For Change [Mikhail Volynets] (RFE/RL) 07/29/2005
  • Уряд не стримуватиме штучно ціни на пальне (VOA) 07/29/2005
  • Naftogaz Ukrayiny fails to meet govt natural gas contracts deadline (Ukrainian Journal) 07/29/2005
  • Plane carrying Polish defense minister barred from Belarus airspace (Ukrainian Journal) 07/29/2005
  • Assassination plot reported against PM (Ukrainian Journal) 07/29/2005
  • Photo: A member of the Ukrainian special forces (L) stands guard while a convict destroys illegal marihuana plants in Snezhnoe, some 110 km (968 miles) north of Donetsk, July 29, 2005. The seized drugs had a street market value of about $30,000, a spokesman said. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/29/2005
  • Few real signs of crisis for Yushchenko and Orange Revolution (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/29/2005
  • U.S. Administration Loves Ukraine More than Congress (Kommersant) 07/29/2005
  • Yushchenko Speaks With Journalist Leshchenko (UNIAN) 07/29/2005
  • Ющенко і журналіст 'Української правди' потисли руки по телефону (УНІАН) 07/29/2005
  • Ющенко потелефонував до 'Української правди' (Українська Правда) 07/29/2005
  • President's son fined £2 on TV by minister for driving offence (Daily Telegraph) 07/29/2005
  • Son's antics vex Yushchenko (Guardian) 07/29/2005
  • Forged Documents from Сentral Electoral Commission Discovered by Police (UNIAN) 07/29/2005
  • Memoir of the Holocaust. Joe Pell's book recounts escaping Nazis, fighting back (SF Chronicle) 07/29/2005
  • Тимошенко оприлюднила довідку про свої доходи за 2004 рік (УНІАН) 07/29/2005
  • 3rd most powerful woman - Yulia Tymoshenko, Prime minister, Ukraine (Forbes) 07/29/2005
  • The 100 Most Powerful Women [1.Condoleezza Rice (Secretary of state U.S.), 2.Wu Yi (Vice Premier, minister of health China), 3.Yulia Tymoshenko (Prime minister, Ukraine)...] (Forbes) 07/29/2005
  • Rice Head Forbes' List of Powerful Women [Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoschenko in third place] (AP/Yahoo) 07/29/2005
  • EBRD funds to lift CEE yeast , malt production (Novis) 07/29/2005
  • Kiev Rewriting Rules on Energy (Moscow Times) 07/29/2005
  • Get out your banduras: There's a brand new Ukrainian restaurant in Kent. European Cafe Ukraine (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) 07/29/2005
  • Triumph over tragedy: Residents take in Chernobyl children (Canton Journal) 07/29/2005
  • A Lifetime of Memories. Tearful goodbyes mark end of stay for Chernobyl children (Lowell Sun) 07/29/2005
  • Ruthenian-language Gospel of Matthew Presented (RISU) 07/29/2005
  • Locally made movie is honored Saturday ['Under Fire,' documentary about Soviet women, interviews conducted in Cincinnati's sister city Kharkiv, Ukraine, in 2002. Director Sergei Linkov] (Cincinnati Enquirer) 07/29/2005
  • Вчора внаслідок ДТП під Львовом загинули 10 осіб (Урядовий портал) 07/29/2005
  • Police Fear Foul Play in Disappearance of Model [Iryna Singerman, a 21-year-old Ukrainian, immigrated last year and was married in the US] (LA Times) 07/29/2005
  • Renton (WA) teenager found dead at base of falls: Boy celebrating birthday likely drowned at park [Vadim Lats, born in the Ukraine, family moved to the U.S. seven years ago] (King County Journal) 07/29/2005
  • Owings Mills teen dies in New York state crash [Anatoliy Cheremnykh, 14, was attending a summer dance camp] (Baltimore Sun) 07/29/2005
  • Ukrainian woman adjusting in jail. Lidiya Gurinovich, 75, does not speak English. (Times Leader) 07/29/2005
  • Hasidic Jews Want to Make Ukrainian Village a Pilgrimage Site (RISU) 07/29/2005
  • On this day in 1993: Israeli court sets Demjanjuk free (BBC) 07/29/2005
  • Міхаель Ґлос: Німеччина зацікавлена мати гарні відносини з Україною (Deutsche Welle) 07/29/2005
  • ОПЕРАтивний Кабмiн: урядовцям термiново треба зробити культпохiд у Нацiональну оперу (Україна молода) 07/29/2005

  • Footwear Maker Alpina Opens New Company in Ukraine (Slovenia BW) 07/28/2005
  • Long walk to freedom of former MP [From War to Westminster - Stefan Terlezki (rounded up as a slave by the Germans in his native Ukraine, aged 14, during World War II)] (BBC) 07/28/2005
  • 'Ukraine's Future Is in Its Hands,' Says Assistant Secretary Fried. Says there is 'historic window of opportunity' for Ukraine (USDOS) 07/28/2005
  • Експерти про свободу слова в Україні (VOA) 07/28/2005
  • Українські миротворці виявили колишні склади саддамівської армії (VOA) 07/28/2005
  • Андрій Ющенко, син президента: продовження конфлікту (VOA) 07/28/2005
  • “Україна після помарначевої революції” – слухання у Конгресі США (VOA) 07/28/2005
  • Українські мусульмани засуджують тероризм (VOA) 07/28/2005
  • Ukraine scraps visas for Canadian, EU citizens (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/28/2005
  • Visa-free travel for Canadians in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 07/28/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko speaks to the media during a press conference in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 07/28/2005
  • Ukraine investigates assassination attempt on PM (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/28/2005
  • Prime Minister Tymoshenko Rejects U.S. Concern Over Ukraine's Economic Performance (AP/Yahoo) 07/28/2005
  • [PDF] Testimony by Taras Kuzio PhD (Ukraine hearing July 27, 2005) (House.gov) 07/28/2005
  • [PDF] Testimony of Stephen B. Nix, Esq. (Ukraine hearing July 27, 2005) (House.gov) 07/28/2005
  • [PDF] Statement by Ambassador Nelson C. Ledsky (Ukraine hearing July 27, 2005) (House.gov) 07/28/2005
  • [PDF] Testimony by Ambassador Daniel Fried (Ukraine hearing July 27, 2005) (House.gov) 07/28/2005
  • [PDF] Statement of Chairman Elton Gallegly (Ukraine hearing July 27, 2005) (House.gov) 07/28/2005
  • [Hearing Notice July 27, 2005] Ukraine: Developments in the Aftermath of the Orange Revolution (House.gov) 07/28/2005
  • Андрій Ющенко: Так, я був легковажним і на багато речей просто не звертав уваги (Україна молода) 07/28/2005
  • Ukrainian Media Tests Freedom Boundaries (AP/Yahoo) 07/28/2005
  • The president, the playboy and a £70,000 BMW (Daily Telegraph) 07/28/2005
  • Влада і ЗМI нові, а проблеми старі (Deutsche Welle) 07/28/2005
  • Ukraine seeks construction of pipeline from Iraq’s Kirkukk oil fields (Ukrainian Journal) 07/28/2005
  • Gas prices spike on refinery closure (Ukrainian Journal) 07/28/2005
  • Former village worker dies [Eustachius “Stanley” Shewchuk] (Chicago Daily Herald) 07/28/2005
  • Ukrainian Court Ruling Temporarily Freezes Return of Major Steel Plant to Government [Viktor Pinchuk's Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant] (AP/Yahoo) 07/28/2005
  • US judge denies former Ukrainian PM Lazarenko bid for new trial (AFP/Yahoo) 07/28/2005
  • Land property rights will shortly be registered in 'single window', State Land Committee Chief states (Government Portal) 07/28/2005
  • Economic reform lags in Ukraine (IH Tribune) 07/28/2005
  • Mikhail Saakashvili Withdrew His Challenge...to Russia and Viktor Yushenko [see: The President Who Didn’t Come] (Kommersant) 07/28/2005
  • Basketball, Bible part of trip to Ukraine (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette) 07/28/2005
  • Hungary sees need for better integration as more refugees stay [Ukrainian asylum seekers prefer to settle in Hungary, close to their home country.] (Reuters/Alertnet) 07/28/2005
  • 'За Армстронга готовий віддати все'. Розмова з Ярославом Поповичем (Львівська газета) 07/28/2005

  • Photo: Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko's son, Andriy, seen in Kiev, Ukraine, in this Wednesday Nov. 17, 2004 file photo. Ukraine's media tested the boundaries of their newly won freedoms with hard-hitting exposes on the allegedly extravagant lifestyle of President Viktor Yushchenko's son, sparking a public feud with the president over what is fair game in this ex-Soviet republic. The muckraking Web site Ukrainskaya Pravda last week ran stories alleging that Yushchenko's 19-year-old son Andriy drives a US$160,000 (133,000) BMW and frequently slaps down rolls of US$100 bills at high-end restaurants. (AP/Yahoo) 07/27/2005
  • Ukraine: Has Yushchenko's Political Honeymoon Come To An End? (RFE/RL) 07/27/2005
  • Photo: A US judge upheld money laundering and extortion convictions against former Ukrainian prime minister Pavel Lazarenko, pictured in 1997, and set a December sentencing date, prosecutors said. (AFP/Yahoo) 07/27/2005
  • Vice Premier Tomenko: Internet must be prevented from becoming 'dirty technologists' tool' in election campaign (Government Portal) 07/27/2005
  • Photo: An unidentified Ukrainian man reviews a street stand with bootlegged CDs and videos in downtown Kiev on Wednesday, July 27 2005, a day after Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko endorsed a law that ivokes a crackdown on CD and video piracy. The law is a response to a strong pressure from the U.S. and it is seen as crucial for Ukraine's bid to join the World Trade Organization this fall. (AP/Yahoo) 07/27/2005
  • First World Water-Bomb [for extinguishing big fires] To Be Produced In Ukraine (UNIAN) 07/27/2005
  • Ukraine in quest for Iranian gas (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/27/2005
  • New Ukrainian leadership embraces Soviet-style conspiracy theories (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/27/2005
  • Bad press for Yushchenko after son's escapade (IOL) 07/27/2005
  • Journalists' letter to President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko (Ukrayinska Pravda) 07/27/2005
  • President Viktor Yushchenko's letter to Ukrayinska Pravda (Ukrayinska Pravda) 07/27/2005
  • Kiev probes mob link to Euro gas supply (UPI/Wash Times) 07/27/2005
  • Ukraine Gets Tough on Media Piracy (MosNews) 07/27/2005
  • Мирослава Гонгадзе і Сергій Шолох звернулися до Президента (УНІАН) 07/27/2005
  • Kiev Denies Terrorism Threat Prevented Yushchenko's Visit (Civil Georgia) 07/27/2005
  • The Secrets of PR Success (Moscow Times) 07/27/2005
  • Yushchenko to meet IMF’s de Rato at Crimea residence this month (Ukrainian Journal) 07/27/2005
  • Speaker calls for more support for his party, underscoring ambitions (Ukrainian Journal) 07/27/2005
  • Lukoil shuts down Ukrainian oil refinery (Ukrainian Journal) 07/27/2005
  • Ukraine Begins Gas Maneuvers. The route from Iran to Europe will detour around Russia (Kommersant) 07/27/2005
  • And now, command capitalism [Following the painful loss of Ukraine (which, by the way, is not considered irretrievably lost) the Kremlin sees attacks on Russian sovereignty in various manifestations of global Russophobia.] (IH Tribune) 07/27/2005
  • Home Credit to launch activities in Ukraine, Kazakhstan (Prague Daily Monitor) 07/27/2005
  • Peace Corps beckons retiree to Ukraine [One of the requirements, I had to learn to speak Ukrainian.] (San Diego Union-Tribune) 07/27/2005
  • Fall Intern - Washington, DC [project focused on using the CEE experience to assist in Ukrainian economic reform] (Website) 07/27/2005
  • Kiev probes suspected crime link to gas supply (Financial Times) 07/27/2005

  • Rival views divide top leadership in Ukraine (IH Tribune) 07/26/2005
  • Simple Truth Conditions. An Interview with Mykola Tomenko (День) 07/26/2005
  • Democracy Requires an Active Opposition (День) 07/26/2005
  • Happiness, Foreign-Style, or The Dangers of Foreign Marriages (День) 07/26/2005
  • Slain gal pal 'put out with the garbage' [Nikolay Baranov, 51-year-old Brooklyn man moved to the U.S. from the Ukraine about eight years ago] (NY Daily News) 07/26/2005
  • Yushchenko angers Ukrainian press (BBC) 07/26/2005
  • Ex-Governor Charged In Ukraine [Mykola Shvets - Dnipropetrovsk] (RFE/RL) 07/26/2005
  • President Signed Law, Halting Privatization of Ukrtelecom (UNIAN) 07/26/2005
  • Building Democracy in Ukraine; Developments in the Aftermath of the Orange Revolution -- Subcommittee on Europe and Emerging Threats (US Newswire/Yahoo) 07/26/2005
  • Global Fund Announces Three-Year, $67M Grant To Fight HIV/AIDS in Ukraine (Medical News Today) 07/26/2005
  • Methadone urged for AIDS fight in ex-Soviet states (Reuters) 07/26/2005
  • Experts Say Afghan Heroin Spreading AIDS (AP/Yahoo) 07/26/2005
  • Monitoring Ukrainian Networks (Cellular-News) 07/26/2005
  • Ukraine Suggests Transit of Iranian Gas Bypassing Russia (Mosnews) 07/26/2005
  • MinAP astonished the market with Ukrainian grain crop forecast increase (Agrimarket) 07/26/2005
  • Омельченко може знову претендувати на посаду мера Києва (VOA) 07/26/2005
  • Українські журналісти вимагають вибачень від президента Ющенка (VOA) 07/26/2005
  • Українські миротворці передають контроль іракській армії (VOA) 07/26/2005
  • A bribe too far! Ukraine scraps all traffic cops (Motoring) 07/26/2005
  • Veterans recall day Soviet-US space crews met in space [Veterans of the first joint US-Soviet space program Vance Brand, Thomas Stafford, Alexei Leonov and Valery Kubasov went to a Ukrainian restaurant and they tried real Ukrainian borsch] (AFP/Yahoo) 07/26/2005
  • Opinion: Call Him Ivan the Terrible [John Demjanjuk] (Arutz Sheva) 07/26/2005
  • Thousands Left Stranded in Crimea [24 hours in train cars and at stations after a fire broke out at a large military weapons depot on Saturday.] (Moscow Times) 07/26/2005

  • Photo: Ukraine's Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko and Ukraine's Parliament Speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn durinfg a news conference in Kiev. Yushchenko gave an upbeat assessment Monday of his first six months in office, but also sounded a warning to his often-feuding government not to abandon the unity that brought them to power. (AP/Yahoo) 07/25/2005
  • Six months on, the appeal of Ukraine's 'orange revolution' is starting to fade (Independent) 07/25/2005
  • Ukrainian police target Donetsk tycoon [Renat Akhmetov] (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/25/2005
  • Photo: Orthodox priests carry the relics of the Kievan Prince Vladimir in Kiev. The remains of Vladimir, who converted to Christianity in AD 988 and subsequently baptised the whole of the early East Slavic state of Kievan Rus, were returned from Rostov-on-Don in Russia to Kiev on Sunday (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/25/2005
  • В Україну доставлені мощі святого князя Володимира (RISU) 07/25/2005
  • Church Says Revolution Would Be Bloody (Moscow Times) 07/25/2005
  • Monopoly committee allows Vimplecom to buy Ukrainian RadioSystems (Ukrainian Journal) 07/25/2005
  • Japanese banks may lend up to $150 mln to Ukraine’s Antonov aircraft (Ukrainian Journal) 07/25/2005
  • Ministry weighs Egypt travel advisory (Ukrainian Journal) 07/25/2005
  • Aids follows heroin trail to west (BBC) 07/25/2005
  • Ukrainian Court Orders Ex-President's Son-In-Law to Return Metal Factory Shares to State [Viktor Pinchuk's Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant] (AP/Yahoo) 07/25/2005
  • NRB Driven Out of Ukraina. Russian bankers demand satisfaction from Yulia Timoshenko (Kommersant) 07/25/2005
  • Foreign seasonal workers make up a distinct group of drug users (Prague Daily Monitor) 07/25/2005
  • Bank to lend to Ukrainian importers (Daily Yomiuri) 07/25/2005
  • Кияни вимагають відставки міського голови (VOA) 07/25/2005

  • Judge sees progress in former Soviet republics. Mihm visits Ukraine, Russia in bid to forge ties with foreign justices (Peoria Journal Star) 07/24/2005
  • Photo: The jersey winners - best young rider Yaroslav Popovych (Discovery), points winner Thor Hushovd (Credit Agricole), overall winner Lance Armstrong (Discovery) with his children and king of the mountains Michael Rasmussen (Rabobank) (Cycling News) 07/24/2005
  • Photo: Yaroslav Popovych (Discovery) salutes the crowd as he accepts the award for best young rider (Cycling News) 07/24/2005
  • Photo: Yaroslav Popovych wins the white jersey as the best young rider of the Tour de France (Canal le Tour) 07/24/2005
  • Photo: Overall leader Lance Armstrong, of Austin, Texas, pedals along with best sprinter Thor Hushovd of Norway, best climber Mickael Rasmussen of Denmark and best young rider Yaroslav Popovych of Ukraine during the 21st and final stage of the Tour de France (AP/Yahoo) 07/24/2005
  • Photo: Discovery Channel team rider Lance Armstrong of the U.S. and his teamate Yaroslav Popovych of Ukraine await the start of the 21st and final stage of stage of the 92nd Tour de France (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/24/2005
  • Ukranian prince's remains brought home [11th Century Kievan prince Vladimir remains were leant to Moscow before World War II to be studied.] (UPI/Science Daily) 07/24/2005

  • 88 killed in Egypt Red Sea resort bombings [The dead included one Ukrainian] (AFP/Yahoo) 07/23/2005
  • Ukrainian Tax Official Laments Obstruction to Reforms By 'Old Elites' (Black Enterprise) 07/23/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko feeds deer as he tours Miyajima island in Hiroshima (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/23/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko and his wife Kateryna feed deer as they tour Miyajima island in Hiroshima (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/23/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) looks at a panorama model depicting the atomic bomb explosion over Hiroshima during World War Two, at the Peace Memorial Museum in Hiroshima (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/23/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko places a wreath in front of a cenotaph for atomic bomb victims at the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima, Japan (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/23/2005
  • Impact of transition on public health in Ukraine: case study of the HIV/AIDS epidemic [Ukraine has the highest per capita prevalence of HIV infection within Europe—1.4%. This poses a serious threat to the region's social and economic stability. Ukraine is geographically the largest country in Europe, apart from the Russian Federation.] (BMJ) 07/23/2005

  • Бізнес і влада: краще чи гірше? (VOA) 07/22/2005
  • Police resort to ruse to implicate Akhmetov in 1988 gang shooting (Ukrainian Journal) 07/22/2005
  • Українські миротворці залишать Ірак до кінця року (VOA) 07/22/2005
  • Yushchenko backs Japan bid for UNSC (Japan Times) 07/22/2005
  • Photo: Japanese Emperor Akihito (R) and Empress Michiko (2nd L) accompany Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (3rd R) and his wife Kateryna (L) at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/22/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (C) and first lady Kateryna Chumachenko (2nd L) are welcomed by Japan's Emperor Akihito upon their arrival at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/22/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, left, is greeted by Japanese Emperor Akihito Friday, July 22, 2005 at the Imperial palace in Tokyo. Yushchenko, who is on a four-day trip in Japan, is set to visit Hiroshima's atomic bomb memorial before leaving on Saturday. (AP/Yahoo) 07/22/2005
  • Ukraine and Iran Discuss Oil Deliveries to Europe (SEEurope) 07/22/2005
  • Ukraine approves Vimpelcom URS purchase (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/22/2005
  • IKEA Goes to Ukraine from Moscow (Kommersant) 07/22/2005
  • Hospitals hurting for interpreters (Tri-City Herald) 07/22/2005
  • O'Connor points to past justices as ideal models for future court [cited the presidential elections last year in Ukraine as a success story] (Salt Lake Tribune) 07/22/2005
  • With Parliamnet in recess, Yushchenko moves to assert authority (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/22/2005
  • Ukrainian Busted in CarderPlanet Online Fraud Ring (Mosnews/Baku Today) 07/22/2005
  • Toys bound for Ukraine (Bayside Bulletin) 07/22/2005

  • Tim Draper visits Ukraine to start VC Fund (DFJ) 07/21/2005
  • Gassy Deal. Friendship of the Nations. Ukrainian Minister of Justice Roman Zvarich said yesterday that Ukraine intends to pay Gazprom its debt of $1.43 billion for gas supplies from 1997 to 2000 with money. This is in violation of the agreement with Naftogaz Ukrainy signed in August 2004 (Kommersant) 07/21/2005
  • Reunions abound at Ukrainian Festival [Glen Spey, Verkhovyna] (Middletown Times Herald-Record) 07/21/2005
  • Secret tapes could blame ex-president over killing (The Scotsman) 07/21/2005
  • Graphic Testimony Continues In Massage Therapist Trial [A young Ukrainian woman testified Wednesday that a self-proclaimed Tibetan healer repeatedly raped and sexually assaulted her during what was supposed to be massage therapy for her migraine headaches.] (10News) 07/21/2005
  • Call it cafe, or call it bistro -- Out Take remains way in [potato vareniki in Los Angeles] (U Daily News) 07/21/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko speaks to French senators in June 2005. Fraudsters used fake banknotes bearing the portrait of Tymoshenko to try to cheat retirees in the eastern Donetsk region. (AFP/Yahoo) 07/21/2005
  • Photo: Servicemen from the first fully professional Ukrainian brigade, train at their base in Novograd-Volynskiy, 250 km (156 miles) to the west of the capital Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, July 21, 2005. Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko's government plans to replace the mainly conscript army with a professional military service by the end of 2010. (AP/Yahoo) 07/21/2005
  • Photo: Servicemen from the first fully professional Ukrainian brigade, stand to attention while wearing protective suits during training at their base in Novograd-Volynskiy, 250 km (156 miles) to the west of the capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 07/21/2005
  • Photo: Servicemen from the first fully professional Ukrainian brigade train at their base in Novograd-Volynskiy, 250 km (156 miles) to the west of the capital Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/21/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, left, returns a Japanese national flag of a Japanese Imperial Army soldier who detained in a Siberian labor camp after WWII, to Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi prior to their meeting at the latter's official residence in Tokyo (AP/Yahoo) 07/21/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko speaks at a forum of the Japan Institute of International Affairs in Tokyo Thursday, July 21, 2005. Yushchenko, who is currently on a four-day business visit to Tokyo, spoke about 'the new Ukraine and its place in the world. (AP/Yahoo) 07/21/2005
  • Photo: Visiting Ukraine President Viktor Yushchenko (L) is greeted by Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi in Tokyo July 21, 2005. Yushchenko and Koizumi agreed on a new partnership between the two countries. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/21/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Victor Yushchenko arrives at the parliamentary museum to deliver a speech in Tokyo July 21, 2005. Yushchenko is in Japan for a four-day visit. The talks will focus on economic cooperation and Ukraine's efforts to join the World Trade Organisation, his office said. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/21/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko talks with Tokyo Stock Exchange President Takuo Tsurushima during his visits the Asian's biggest stock exchange in Tokyo Thursday, July 21, 2005. Yushchenko said he wants to foster close cooperation with TSE officials to improve the infrastructure of the securities market in Ukraine. (AP/Yahoo) 07/21/2005
  • Israel signs economic cooperation agreement with Ukraine. Israeli industrial exports to Ukraine, excluding diamonds, rose 21% to $40.5 million in the first half of 2005. (Globes) 07/21/2005
  • Rusal May Help Build South Ukrainian Npp Unit (Rednova) 07/21/2005
  • CIS economic growth to stay relatively strong-U.N. [Ukraine output would rise 6.0 percent this year, down sharply from 12.1 percent in 2004, with growth slowing further to 5.0 percent in 2006.] (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/21/2005
  • Human Rights 'Extremely Important' To United States [Goli Ameri, U.S. delegate to U.N. Rights Commission, holds Internet chat] (USDOS) 07/21/2005
  • Неефективність українського уряду: висновки експертів (VOA) 07/21/2005
  • Подолання СНІДу: нові можливості для України (VOA) 07/21/2005
  • Ukraine’s Prime Minister the New Face of False Notes (MosNews) 07/21/2005
  • Ukraine in No Rush to Privatize Ukrtelecom - Tymoshenko (Black Enterprise) 07/21/2005
  • Ukrainian officials find fake banknotes with PM's portrait (AFP/Yahoo) 07/21/2005
  • Secret tapes could blame ex-president over killing (The Scotsman) 07/21/2005
  • A Young Ballerina Learns to Walk Through Open Doors (NY Times) 07/21/2005

  • Ukrainian Agency Analyzing Gongadze Tapes (RFE/RL) 07/20/2005
  • Viktor Yushchenko Dragged to Peace. Russian oligarchs become regulars at Ukrainian president’s (Kommersant) 07/20/2005
  • Ukrainians Lament Slow Pace of Change (Deutsche Welle) 07/20/2005
  • Від єдиного урядовця – представника старої влади вимагають звільнитися (VOA) 07/20/2005
  • СБУ та ФБР проведуть нову експертизу плівок Мельниченка (VOA) 07/20/2005
  • Justice Minister Roman Zvarych unveils plan to purge State Executive Service's ranks (Government portal) 07/20/2005
  • President turns down Vice Premier Roman Bezsmertyi's (Government portal) 07/20/2005
  • Negotiations between Ukraine and EU on liberalization of visa regime to start in early Autumn 2005 (Government portal) 07/20/2005
  • Замість ДАІ в Україні будуть створені дві служби - патрульна служба та дорожня міліція (Урядовий портал) 07/20/2005
  • Photo: A Ukrainian traffic policeman talks to a driver while her car is evacuated in central Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian traffic policeman talk in central Kiev July 20, 2005. Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko disbanded the 23,000-member traffic police department because of widespread corruption, Itar-Tass news agency reported today. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2005
  • Captive Nations Week [A former U.S. ambassador, distinguished professor of economics, prolific writer, renowned lecturer and global strategist Lev E. Dobriansky will be getting the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Captive Nations Committee and the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America for 'his inspiring leadership and unwavering commitment to the Liberation of all Captive Nations and the National Independence of all Peoples.' (W)rote the 1959 resolution that first proclaimed 'Captive Nations Week'] (Heritage Foundation) 07/20/2005
  • Girl [recently arrived in the United States from Ukraine with her family] Sexually Assaulted at Florida Hotel (AP/Yahoo) 07/20/2005
  • Ukraine to Bring Troops into Transdniestria (Kommersant) 07/20/2005
  • Pirogi makers ready for Sunday festival. Thousands prepared for Ukrainian party in Elmira Heights. (Star-Gazette) 07/20/2005
  • Resolution of Gongadze murder blocked (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/20/2005
  • National program of prophylaxis of HIV/AIDS needs to be revised, Mykola Tomenko Believes [As of July 1, 2005, 80,000 HIV-infected persons were officially registered in Ukraine, 10,000 of whom were children.] (Government portal) 07/20/2005
  • Ukrainian Swindlers Out of the Net (Kommersant) 07/20/2005

  • The black currant is welcomed back after decades of exile (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle) 07/19/2005
  • Визначення найкращих українських інтернет-проектів (VOA) 07/19/2005
  • Hewlett Packard збиратиме комп'ютери в Україні (VOA) 07/19/2005
  • Підсумки візиту Хав'єра Солани в Україну (VOA) 07/19/2005
  • Yushchenko targets Donetsk 'clans' (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/19/2005
  • A short-term solution to Ukraine's supply of Russian gas (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/19/2005
  • Yushchenko sacks 23,000 'corrupt' traffic police (London times) 07/19/2005
  • Photo: A unidentified traffic policeman stands idle near a traffic jam in downtown Kiev, Tuesday, July 19 2005. Ukraine's traffic police were confused about their fate Tuesday a day after President Viktor Yushchenko said he wants to disband this former Soviet nation's 23,000-strong traffic police department because of widespread corruption. For many traffic policemen it was business as usuall, but some refused to work arguing their department had ceased to exist. (AP/Yahoo) 07/19/2005
  • Photo: Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko (R) invites European Union Foreign Policy Chief Javier Solana to the table for negotiations as they meet in Kiev July 19, 2005. Solana arrived in Ukraine for a one-day working visit. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/19/2005
  • No Collusion Among Russian Oil Companies During Fuel Crisis, Ukrainian Regulators Say (AP/Yahoo) 07/19/2005
  • Today in History: A methane gas explosion in a Ukrainian mine killed at least 34 miners. (AP/Yahoo) 07/19/2005
  • UA International Group Announces Agreement with Eurpen Acadamie (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 07/19/2005
  • Yushchenko sacks 23,000 'corrupt' traffic police (The Times) 07/19/2005

  • HIV and National Security. Transcript: Laurie Garrett, Peter Piot, Richard C. Holbrooke... (Council on Foreign Relations) 07/18/2005
  • Ukraine to Sell 1.7 Percent Stake in Key Steel Mill to Test Its Market Price [Kryvorizhstal] (AP/Yahoo) 07/18/2005
  • Market Caters to Tastes From Many Homelands [Kiev Market in Spokane Valley] (Spokesman-Review) 07/18/2005
  • Ukraine billionaire fails to appear for questioning [Rinat Akhmetov] (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/18/2005
  • Gazprom Shared with Ukraine. Subsidiary to pay for lost gas (Kommersant) 07/18/2005
  • Canadian miniseries win awards [Correspondent was also nominated for its documentary Anatomy of a Revolution, a look at the forces behind political change in Ukraine.] (Globe and Mail) 07/18/2005
  • Українськi сили в Iраку продовжують передачу вiдповiдальностi (VOA) 07/18/2005
  • Protest camps badger Yushchenko (BBC) 07/18/2005
  • „Чорні списки” ПОРИ – першi результати (VOA) 07/18/2005
  • Круглий стiл: взаємини мiж бiзнесом i владою (VOA) 07/18/2005
  • В Україні обіцяють радикальну реформу ДАІ (VOA) 07/18/2005
  • Брюс Джексон: Україна лише починає рух до демократії (VOA) 07/18/2005
  • Doctor: Yushchenko in 'Very Good' Health (AP/Yahoo) 07/18/2005
  • Bulgarian communist heir tipped for PM [Sergei Stanishev, born in Ukraine, the son of a senior Bulgarian communist official and a Russian mother] (Reuters) 07/18/2005
  • How Putin youth is indoctrinated to foil revolution (The Times) 07/18/2005

  • Wave of anti-Semitic articles seen tied to vote for Ukraine Parliament (JTA) 07/17/2005
  • Ukrainian kidnapped and raped (Khaleej Times) 07/17/2005
  • Збіґнев Бжезинський оцiнює ситуацію в Українi (VOA) 07/17/2005

  • United Ukraine church could oust Russian bear (AP/Toronto Star) 07/16/2005
  • From Broadway stage to Prairie pulpit. Former acting star [Edward Evanko] gets his calling to the priesthood Moved to tears, Winnipeg native embraces tradition (AP/Toronto Star) 07/16/2005
  • Ukraine faces gas war on three fronts (Financial Express) 07/16/2005

  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko speaks in Donetsk, Ukraine, Friday, July 15, 2005. Viktor Yushchenko told a packed auditorium in the hostile eastern city of Donetsk that he was ready to bury the past and work to improve life throughout Ukraine. Yushchenko was making a one-day visit to Donetsk, a Russian-speaking region that overwhelmingly supported his rival in last year's bitter election. (AP/Yahoo) 07/15/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, left, is greeted by Director of the Zasyadko coal mine Yefim Zvyagilsky in Donetsk (AP/Yahoo) 07/15/2005
  • Protests Greet President In Eastern Ukraine [AP] (RFE/RL) 07/15/2005
  • Great demand for apricot and peach in Ukrainian market (Fresh Plaza) 07/15/2005
  • Singing in Ukraine (Huddersfield Daily Examiner) 07/15/2005
  • From Ukraine, with love (Princeton Packet) 07/15/2005
  • Metal Makers Call for Extension of Ukrainian Rod Duties (Kommersant) 07/15/2005
  • OMV signs deal with two firms in Ukraine [DUBAI - OMV, leading Central European oil and gas company; Naftogas of Ukraine and NSC Chornomornaftogaz] (Khaleej Times) 07/15/2005
  • Government preparing special tax breaks for high-tech imports (Ukrainian Journal) 07/15/2005
  • The National Bank of Ukraine approved the Bank of Moscow sub foundation (AK&M) 07/15/2005
  • Виступ Ющенка перед активом і громадськістю Донецької області (УНІАН) 07/15/2005
  • Medvedchuk Summoned to Interior Ministry to Explain Conferring High State Ranks on Certain Citizens (UNIAN) 07/15/2005
  • Yushchenko flexible on revising G-4's U.N. reform plan (Kyodo News/Yahoo) 07/15/2005
  • Unrecognized Visit. Ukrainian President meets the leader of Transdniestria (Kommersant) 07/15/2005
  • Branches of Authority Clash in Ukraine. Viktor Yushchenko tries to make peace between the Speaker and the Prime Minister (Kommersant) 07/15/2005

  • Obit: † STEFANIA CZORNY -/- Відійшла у вічність † Стефанія ДОСІНЧУК ЧОРНА (BRAMA) 07/14/2005
  • Land Privatization to End Within 10 Months - Yushchenko (Black Enterprise) 07/14/2005
  • Ukraine investors wary as progress is slow [dated 7/11/05] (BBC) 07/14/2005
  • Time to Relaunch Ukraine's Economic Policy, by Ariel Cohen, Ph.D. (Heritage Foundation) 07/14/2005
  • Парламентсько-урядова криза: коментарі політологів (VOA) 07/14/2005
  • В Українi формуються виборчi блоки (VOA) 07/14/2005
  • Ознаки сповiльнення розвитку української економiки (VOA) 07/14/2005
  • Ukraine's economic growth slumps (BBC) 07/14/2005
  • Ukraine's Economic Growth Slows Dramatically in First Six Months of the Year (AP/Yahoo) 07/14/2005
  • Ukraine GDP growth slows to 4 pct in first half (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/14/2005
  • Ukrainian President Slams Tax Service for Failure to Reform (Black Enterprise) 07/14/2005
  • Exhibition of Rare Photos Commemorate 60th Anniversary of End of World War II in Europe [While the American death toll from World War II was 400,000, more than 25 million Russians, Ukrainians and other peoples of the Soviet Empire died.] (Website) 07/14/2005
  • Photo Exhibit Highlights Soviet Sacrifice (AP/Yahoo) 07/14/2005
  • Photo: Presidents Viktor Yushchenko of Ukraine (R) and Stjepan Mesic of Croatia clink glasses after signing documents in Mariinsky Palace in Kiev, July 14, 2005. Mesic arrived in Ukraine on Wednesday for a tree-day official visit. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/14/2005
  • President Called on Tymoshenko and Lytvyn to Mutual Understanding (UNIAN) 07/14/2005
  • Ukraine Families Visit Local Families for Respite from Radiation (KNDU) 07/14/2005
  • UA International Signs Agreement with Ukrauto Concern (Website) 07/14/2005
  • Austrian bank nears Ukraine deal (Deal) 07/14/2005
  • Ukraine: Would Hike In Russian Gas Prices Prove A Blessing In Disguise? [RFE/RL] (Payvand) 07/14/2005
  • The former Soviet Union's next wave of democratization (Eurasianet) 07/14/2005
  • Commander: Ukrainian Military Partially Operational (RFE/RL) 07/14/2005
  • Rinat Akhmetov Called in to Give Unknown Evidence. Questioning (Kommerasnt) 07/14/2005
  • True Colors [Two hundred years ago King Karl XII of Sweden fought together with the Cossack hetman (leader) Ivan Mazepa for the independence of Ukraine from Russia. Unfortunately they were not very successful, but it is still true that the Ukrainian flag has its colors, blue and yellow, from the banner of Karl XII.] (TCS) 07/14/2005

  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko and his wife Katherina are surrounded by a crowd before visiting Santa Barbara church in downtown Vienna. (AP/Yahoo) 07/13/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko signs autographs before visiting Santa Barbara church in downtown Vienna. Yushchenko is in Vienna for an official two-day visit. (AP/Yahoo) 07/13/2005
  • Yushchenko's party project a failure? (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/13/2005
  • Росія визнала Тузлу українським островом (УНІАН) 07/13/2005
  • Білозір заблокувала рахунки Театру російської драми (УНІАН) 07/13/2005
  • Литвин перервав відпустку і повертається з Криму до Києва (УНІАН) 07/13/2005
  • An old-school girl goes to Warped Tour [Gogol Bordello Ukrainian born lead singer Eugene Hutz] (Arbiter) 07/13/2005
  • Ukraine Confiscates Rough Diamonds (Diamonds) 07/13/2005
  • Internal divisions may defeat Yushchenko's WTO aspirations (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/13/2005
  • New coach brings international experience to Central girls tennis [Ukraine native Kateryna Romanenko] (La Crosse Tribune) 07/13/2005
  • Bears bare their teeth at drunk Ukrainian man (IOL) 07/13/2005
  • Government Blames Parliament for Provocation (UNIAN) 07/13/2005
  • Ukraine Outraged by Russian Shoot-em-up Computer Game [Mission Galichina features Russian special forces destroying Ukrainian guerillas] (MosNews) 07/13/2005
  • Naftogaz Buys Cheap (Kommersant) 07/13/2005
  • Current consultations by experts groups of Ukraine and Russia on delimitation of the Azov and Black Seas and the Kerch Strait started in Kyiv (Government postal) 07/13/2005
  • Sviatoslav Piskun and his american counterparts discuss Gongadze case and other resonant crimes (Government postal) 07/13/2005
  • Святослав Піскун зустрівся з американськими колегами [Павло Лазаренко] (Урядовий портал) 07/13/2005
  • Commercial piracy in Ukraine (Computer Crime Research Center) 07/13/2005
  • Ukrainian Church meeting in Winnipeg [Sobor] (National Post) 07/13/2005

  • Photo: A woman listens to a street musician playing the violin in a pedestrian subway in Kiev (AFP/Yahoo) 07/12/2005
  • Lubomyr Husar: Christianity as a Dominant Component of the History of Ukrainian Culture (День) 07/12/2005
  • Russia delays Alfa, Telenor push for Vimpelcom (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/12/2005
  • Agricultural Minister Baranovski Received Ultimatum from PM (UNIAN) 07/12/2005
  • Ukraine's Ex-Security Service Chief Ihor Smeshko Denies Agents Poisoned President Yushchenko (UNIAN) 07/12/2005
  • Photo: Portrait taken in the 30s of Leon Trotsky, pseudonym of Lev Davidovich Bronstein, famous Russian Jewish revolutionary, born in 1898 in Ukraine. The weapon used to kill Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky in Mexico in 1940 has reappeared after almost 65 years. (AFP/Yahoo) 07/12/2005
  • Ukrainian president visits Austria to gather support for his country's EU bid (CP/National Post) 07/12/2005
  • Photo: Austrian President Heinz Fischer (L) and Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko review a guard of honour in Vienna's Hofburg palace on July 12, 2005. Yushchenko is on a working visit to Austria. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/12/2005
  • Ukrainian Court Seizes Control of Metal Factory From Former President's Son-In-Law (AP/Yahoo) 07/12/2005
  • Ukrainian Billionaire [Viktor Pinchuk] Stripped Of Another Asset [Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant] (Forbes) 07/12/2005
  • Official: Ukraine Wants to Ship Iranian Natural Gas to Europe Via Its Pipelines (AP/Yahoo) 07/12/2005
  • Economy minister predicts WTO accession this yr barring ‘stupid laws’ (Ukrainian Journal) 07/12/2005
  • Ukraine to barter away $490 million Turkmen gas debt by yr end (Ukrainian Journal) 07/12/2005
  • The State-Owned Antonov Aircraft Construction Corporation will be created (Government postal) 07/12/2005
  • Ukraine Balanced the Gas Supplies. Gasprom is not aware about it (Kommersant) 07/12/2005
  • Transnational Lending Structure: Ukrainian Case (Mondaq) 07/12/2005
  • Legionnaires who 'spilled blood' get [French] citizenship [Lance Corporal Andrly Vyakhirev, 27, wounded in January 2003 in clashes in the western Ivory Coast] (AFP/Expatica) 07/12/2005
  • A Nazi's Day of Judgment [see 'Aleksandr Kurisa, an SS officer from Ukraine'] (LA Times/Yahoo) 07/12/2005
  • Ex-prostitute [23-year-old Ukrainian citizen who was bought and sold by pimps in Israel] sues TV's Riva, says he put her in mortal danger (Ha'aretz) 07/12/2005
  • Energy, imagination and emotion at Paris haute couture [Gaultier even offered emotion, as Kateryna Yushchenko, the wife of the popular Ukrainian leader, sat with her daughter Sophia and watched...] (IH Tribune) 07/12/2005

  • Ukraine investors wary as progress is slow (BBC) 07/11/2005
  • Local beer brands boom in Ukraine [brewer Sarmat] (CEE-foodindustry) 07/11/2005
  • Опозиція знову звинувачує владу у переслідуваннях (VOA) 07/11/2005
  • Ukraine Steps Up Antiterrorist Measures After London Blasts (RedNova) 07/11/2005
  • Vatican slams sex trade [16.6% of women working as sex slaves in Italy are from Ukraine] (ANSA) 07/11/2005
  • Ukraine must do better (Euro-Reporters) 07/11/2005
  • World Bank Supports Ukraine's Bid to Join WTO by the End of the Year, Official Says (AP/Yahoo) 07/11/2005
  • Yushchenko Allowed PUOU to Use Brand “Our Ukraine” (UNIAN) 07/11/2005
  • Ukraine Gas Chief Says Contracts Signed to Cover Shortfall (RedNova) 07/11/2005
  • Студенти вимагають відновлення пільг на транспорт (VOA) 07/11/2005
  • Свiтовий банк затверджує новi позики Українi (VOA) 07/11/2005
  • Tymoshenko Claims that One Cannot Accuse “Naftohaz Ukrayiny” of Stealing Gas (UNIAN) 07/11/2005
  • Ukraine Squares Up to Russia in Gas Pipeline Row (RedNova) 07/11/2005
  • Ukraine Holds First Oblast Election Since Orange Revolution (Pressbox) 07/11/2005
  • The Rich Boys. An ultra-secretive network rules independent oil trading. Its mentor: Marc Rich [One company from which Rich bought crude during this period was a front for extremist Russian and Ukrainian organizations. All were pro-Saddam...] (BusinessWeek) 07/11/2005
  • MSF activities in Ukraine being handed over [HIV/AIDS programme] (MSF) 07/11/2005
  • Investments: Ukrainian billionaire sets up new fund for Russian art (Art Newspaper) 07/11/2005
  • Impressionist and Modern art sales, London: New Ukrainian buyer spends ?12 million on Modern paintings [unidentified bidder secured three of the top five lots at the sale, classic works by Signac, Gauguin and Vlaminck...] (Art Newspaper) 07/11/2005
  • Troupe traces steps of tradition [Slavjane Carpatho-Rusyn Dancers] (Ohio Tribune Chronicle) 07/11/2005
  • Drama on ice [The show has been produced and choreographed by coach Luda Kalenuk, who is from Ukraine. ] (Gulf News) 07/11/2005
  • Polish film [My Nikifor] wins Czech honours [85-year-old Krystyna Feldman, who is Polish and lives in the Ukraine, won best actress] (BBC) 07/11/2005
  • Echoes of our grandfathers' world (Ha'aretz) 07/11/2005
  • Ukraine trip nice; just don't ask for ice (Huntsville Times) 07/11/2005
  • Revolutionary Bakiyev wins Kyrgyz poll by landslide (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/11/2005
  • The plight of Belarus (Malta Times) 07/11/2005
  • Obit: Charles Ernest Dojack [Dojack went door-to-door selling Ukrainian books...] (Globe and Mail) 07/11/2005
  • Remembrance and remorse in Berlin (Wash Times) 07/11/2005
  • On this day: 1990 – Hundreds of thousands of miners in Ukraine hold a one-day strike to protest the policies of the Soviet government. (Australia Sunday Times) 07/11/2005
  • Ukraine Backpedals in Gas Dispute (Moscow Times) 07/11/2005

  • Photo: Patriarch Filaret, who heads the Ukrainian Orthodox Church-Kyivan Patriarchate during interview with The Associated Press, in Kiev, Ukraine. Filaret said that the Orthodox Church should not fear the Vatican, saying that he sees no obstacles to greater cooperation between the two Christian churches. (CP/Yahoo) 07/10/2005
  • HBO, Vitali duck punches (Boston Herald) 07/10/2005
  • On this day: 1994 – Leonid Kuchma wins presidential elections in Ukraine over incumbent Leonid Kravchuk; 1040 – It is thought that Lady Godiva rode naked on horseback through Coventry, England (Australia Sunday Times) 07/10/2005
  • Luxembourg backs EU charter, but future unclear (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2005
  • Ten Thousand Demonstrate Against Government in Azerbaijan [Many wore orange clothing, a symbol inspired by last year's 'orange revolution' that brought pro-Western opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko to power in Ukraine.] (Baku Today) 07/10/2005
  • Joint ventures likely in arms production: China, Ukraine, Turkey contacted (Dawn) 07/10/2005
  • Breakaway churches gain ground in Ukraine (AP/Chicago Sun-Times) 07/10/2005
  • Summer essentials - holiday reading [Marina Lewycka] (Guardian) 07/10/2005

  • Inspired Gaultier creates a fairytale from the steppes (London Telegraph) 07/09/2005
  • Police suspect London bombs triggered by timers [blasts killed more than 50 people] (Reuters) 07/09/2005
  • Ukraine still on course for WTO (Financial Times) 07/09/2005
  • Putin Promises Russia Will Hike Oil Exports (AP/Yahoo) 07/09/2005
  • Paper Says Ukrainian Privatization Slowing Down in 2005 (Black Enterprise) 07/09/2005
  • Inspired Gaultier creates a fairytale from the steppes (Daily Telegraph) 07/09/2005

  • Paris haute couture: Gaultier offers Slavic chic (AFP/SAWF) 07/08/2005
  • Yushchenko election coalition divided over role for Lytvyn (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: Gaultier Couture: Orange Revolution Chic...Model walks the runway for the Gaultier Couture Spring 2006 Collection on display in Paris (FWD/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Paris haute couture: Gaultier offers Slavic chic [The wife of Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, Katherine, and his daughter Sofia elegantly represented the region in the front row.] (AFP/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Gaultier Couture: Orange Revolution Chic (FWD/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian Parliament Speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn, front right, and his first deputy Adam Martunyuk, front left, continue as lawmakers fight around the rostrum in Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, July 7, 2005. More than a dozen lawmakers brawled in the Ukrainian parliament Wednesday during a debate over legislation needed for Ukraine's entry into the World Trade Organization. The rostrum is covered with a protest banner against members of President Viktor Yushchenko's government who have refused to relinquish their parliamentary seats. (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • „Такі справи” звинувачують українську владу у бездіяльності (VOA) 07/08/2005
  • Рада Європи не припинить монiторингу України (VOA) 07/08/2005
  • Violence disrupts Ukraine parliament (AP/Guardian) 07/08/2005
  • OSCE Project Co-ordinator and partners help Ukraine draft new action plan to fight human trafficking (OSCE) 07/08/2005
  • Ukrainian Village celebrates Centennial, pioneering spirit. New exhibit and newly acquired buildings unveiled this Sunday (Fort Saskatchewan Record) 07/08/2005
  • Letter from Odessa: Capturing a Free City's Myriad Legacies (Forward) 07/08/2005
  • Zvarych Confident that “Kryvorozhstal” Ex-Owners to Never Win Case in European Court (UNIAN) 07/08/2005
  • State Labor Officials Complain About Immigrant Arrests (NBC17) 07/08/2005
  • Immigrants become citizens [Tatyana Suprun and her husband, Sergey] (Clarion-Ledger) 07/08/2005
  • Senior General Than Shwe accepts credentials of Ukraine Ambassador [Mr Ihor Humennyi] (New Light of Myanmar) 07/08/2005
  • Ukrainian comes to minister in Athens, Texas [Helen Anisenkova] (Athens Review) 07/08/2005
  • Centrists say Communist Parliament attack was aimed at helping Russia (Ukrainian Journal) 07/08/2005
  • Rada approves 2nd bold step toward joining WTO with agriculture bill (Ukrainian Journal) 07/08/2005
  • Security boosted after London bombings (Ukrainian Journal) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: Yury Dyashchenko, 50, sets sets his clothing on fire during corruption protest outside parliament in Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, July 8, 2005. The protester accused President Viktor Yushchenko and his new government of failing to fulfill pledges to crack down on rampant corruption among state authorities. His condition is not known. (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: A protester sets himself on fire in front of the Ukrainian parliament building in central Kiev July 8, 2005. A group of demonstrators gathered in central Kiev to protest against corruption among Ukrainian high officials, Itar-Tass news agency reported. Police managed to put out fire and deliver the protester to hospital. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: A protester sets himself on fire in front of the Ukrainian parliament building in central Kiev July 8, 2005. A group of demonstrators gathered in central Kiev to protest against corruption among Ukrainian high officials, Itar-Tass news agency reported. Police managed to put out fire and deliver the protester to hospital. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko gives the thumbs up sign and officials applaud as lawmakers agreed to put the government's bills needed for Ukraine's entry into the World Trade Organization up for consideration in Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday, July 6, 2005. More than a dozen lawmakers brawled in the Ukrainian parliament Wednesday during a debate over legislation needed for Ukraine's entry into the World Trade Organization. (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian lawmakers brawl in the Ukrainian parliament during a debate over legislation needed for Ukraine's entry into the World Trade Organization in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian lawmakers brawl in the Ukrainian parliament during a debate over legislation needed for Ukraine's entry into the World Trade Organization (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian lawmakers brawled in the Ukrainian parliament during a debate over legislation needed for Ukraine's entry into the World Trade Organization (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian Parliament Speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn, front left, in black dress, looks on as lawmakers fight around the rostrum in Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, July 7, 2005. More than a dozen lawmakers brawled in the Ukrainian parliament Wednesday during a debate over legislation needed for Ukraine's entry into the World Trade Organization. The rostrum is covered with a protest banner against members of President Viktor Yushchenko's government who have refused to relinquish their parliamentary seats. (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian Parliament Speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn, top right, and his first deputy Adam Martunyuk, top left, look at as lawmakers fight around the rostrum in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian lawmakers brawled in the Ukrainian parliament y during a debate over legislation needed for Ukraine's entry into the World Trade Organization in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian lawmakers brawled in the Ukrainian parliament y during a debate over legislation needed for Ukraine's entry into the World Trade Organization in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian Parliament Speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn, top right, gestures as lawmakers gathered around the rostrum in Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, July 5, 2005. The rostrum is covered with a protest banner against members of President Viktor Yushchenko's government who have refused to relinquish their parliamentary seats. The Ukrainian parliament on Tuesday failed to vote on a package of bills necessary for the country's admission to the World Trade Organization, handing an embarrassing defeat to Yushchenko who had made a personal appeal for support. (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko gestures as he talks to lawmakers in the parliament in Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, July 5, 2005. The Ukrainian parliament on Tuesday failed to vote on a package of bills necessary for the country's admission to the World Trade Organization, handing an embarrassing defeat to Yushchenko who had made a personal appeal for support. (AP/Yahoo) 07/08/2005
  • On this day: 1709 – Russian forces under Peter the Great defeat Swedish forces under Charles XII at Poltava, Ukraine, marking the end of Sweden as a major power. (Australia Sunday Times) 07/08/2005

  • Photo: Ukrainian singer Ruslana, Eurovosion 2004 winner and a star of 'orange revolution', performs at a western funded pre-election concert in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan (AP/Yahoo) 07/07/2005
  • Unruly Ukraine deputies impede passage of WTO legislation (Finantial Times) 07/07/2005
  • Чергове протистояння в Радi щодо СОТ (VOA) 07/07/2005
  • Попри все, Україна наближається до членства в СОТ (VOA) 07/07/2005
  • How a Leeds rocker's romance led to a new life in Ukraine - with the PM as his 'mama' (The Times) 07/07/2005
  • Tymoshenko embroiled in dispute between tycoons (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/07/2005
  • Gasprom is Accused of Irresponsible Storage. Ukraine Demands Payment for the Gas that was Not Given to Export (Kommersant) 07/07/2005
  • Ukrainian military officials in Baku (Azernews) 07/07/2005
  • Ex Regal CEO defends secret sale deal - newspaper (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/07/2005
  • Malaysia's human rights commission seeks crackdown on women trafficking [(S)yndicates smuggle in women and girls to work in Malaysian brothels and bars from places such as Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Russia, Ukraine,...] (AP/Yahoo) 07/07/2005
  • Yushchenko to receive Philadelphia Liberty Medal, $100,000 (Ukrainian Journal) 07/07/2005
  • Prez asks PM to go easy on Naftogaz, wants ‘responsible’ gas policy (Ukrainian Journal) 07/07/2005
  • President, PM to step up pressure on Socialists to support WTO bills (Ukrainian Journal) 07/07/2005
  • Progress made on WTO accession measure (Ukrainian Journal) 07/07/2005
  • Ukrainian company [SUKHIN Energy Inc.] to set up coco-powered gas plants in RP (INQ7) 07/07/2005
  • Photo: Kyrgyz youth wave Ukrainian and Kyrgyz national flags as they attend a western funded pre-election concert in Bishkek Thursday, July 7, 2005. Kyrgyzstan will vote for the new president on Sunday (AP/Yahoo) 07/07/2005
  • Ukraine to Investigate Diamonds-for-Arms (Diamonds) 07/07/2005
  • Much Ado about the WTO. The Ukrainian opposition goes after the microphones (Kommersant) 07/07/2005
  • Horrific Attack, Heroic Rescue. Neighbors Subdue Man Stabbing Woman on NW Street (Wash Post) 07/07/2005
  • Drunken ship's captain faces jail [Captain Volodymyr Dushyn, 49, from the Ukraine, was found to be nearly four times the legal limit for sailing a ship...faces up to two years in jail and an unlimited fine] (BBC) 07/07/2005
  • Brit market trader marrying the Ukrainian Prime Minister's daughter [Sean Carr, a 36-year-old market stallholder and rock musician from Leeds, will walk down the aisle with 25-year-old Eugenia Timoshenko] (Daily Mirror) 07/07/2005

  • Showdown with opposition slows WTO bills (Ukrainian Journal) 07/06/2005
  • Teachers from ex-Soviet nations impressed by July 4th patriotism (Bozeman Daily Chronicle) 07/06/2005
  • Market Stallholder Finds Key to Heart of Prime Minister’s Daughter [Sean Carr, a 36-year-old market stallholder and rock musician from Leeds, will walk down the aisle with 25-year-old Eugenia Timoshenko] (Yorkshire Post) 07/06/2005
  • Fists fly as Ukraine parliament debates WTO entry (Reuters) 07/06/2005
  • Ukrainian Lawmakers Throw Punches (AP/Yahoo) 07/06/2005
  • Ukrainian Forces Test Their Strength. How the interior minister and his deputy quarreled (Kommersant) 07/06/2005
  • The Head of Naftogas of Ukraine Started to Report. The Cabinet of Ministers found out about his achievements from TV (Kommersant) 07/06/2005
  • Research and Markets: This New Report on Russia Describes Orange Revolution's Technologies and Analyzes Countermeasures to Prevent It (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 07/06/2005
  • Dickinson State announces ag partnership with Russia, Ukraine (AP/Grand Forks Herald) 07/06/2005
  • 50 or So Found With Bogus Papers on Base [The workers were from Mexico, Ukraine, Honduras and El Salvador] (AP/Yahoo) 07/06/2005
  • Workers from U.S. media group face criminal charges in Uzbekistan [Some foreign groups have been under mounting pressure here following massive protests that ousted the leadership of Ukraine last year and Georgia in 2003.] (AP/Yahoo) 07/06/2005
  • Second Canada Corps contingent heads to Ukraine: Canada World Youth participants all ready to go (CNW) 07/06/2005
  • U.S. has 'grave concerns' over Kazakh refugee arrest (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/06/2005
  • Naftogaz Ukrayiny chief defends cash payment system for Turkmen gas (Ukrainian Journal) 07/06/2005
  • Naftogaz Ukrayiny natural gas supply deals said to cover huge gap (Ukrainian Journal) 07/06/2005
  • Telecombative oligarch shares his vision [Mikhail Fridman, the head of Alfa Group] (Financial Times) 07/06/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian deputies scuffle with their colleagues from the opposition during a debate in the parliament hall in Kiev July 6, 2005. Ukraine's parliament on Wednesday began the arduous process of approving laws needed to join the World Trade Organisation, a key goal for the country's new liberal administration, by passing a long-awaited bill on intellectual property rights. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/06/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (C) speaks with parliament deputies as they block a vote in the Ukrainian parliament in Kiev, July 5, 2005. Opposition deputies in Ukraine halted a planned parliamentary debate on Tuesday on a package of laws aimed at clearing a path to membership of the World Trade Organisation, a key policy plank for the pro-Western government. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/06/2005
  • United Russia Will Advise Yanukovych (Moscow Times) 07/06/2005
  • New Book Profiles History of Kherson Jews (FJC) 07/06/2005
  • Справа Гонгадзе: знову проблеми (Deutsche Welle) 07/06/2005

  • Central Asian security bloc calls for deadline on US military pullout [The presidents of the six-nation Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), which comprises Russia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and China, signed a declaration calling for deadlines to be set on the closure of airbases used by US forces in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.] (AFP/Yahoo) 07/05/2005
  • Global arms dealers still fuel Congo unrest -report [Among other arms transfers, (Amnesty International) said it also had evidence of arms-for-diamonds agreements involving the Congolese government and companies in the Czech Republic, Israel and Ukraine.] (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/05/2005
  • Ukrainian Parliament Suspends Telecom Privatization Law (Black Enterprise) 07/05/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (R) listens to Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko in the Ukrainian parliament in Kiev July 5, 2005. Opposition deputies in Ukraine halted a planned parliamentary debate on Tuesday on a package of laws aimed at clearing a path to membership of the World Trade Organisation, a key policy plank for the pro-Western government. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/05/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian parliament deputies stand around Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (C) as they block a vote in the Ukrainian parliament in Kiev, July 5, 2005. Opposition deputies in Ukraine halted a planned parliamentary debate on Tuesday on a package of laws aimed at clearing a path to membership of the World Trade Organisation, a key policy plank for the pro-Western government. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/05/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian parliament deputies stend around Speaker Volodymyr Litvin (C) as they block a vote in the Ukrainian parliament in Kiev July 5, 2005. Opposition deputies in Ukraine halted a planned parliamentary debate on Tuesday on a package of laws aimed at clearing a path to membership of the World Trade Organisation, a key policy plank for the pro-Western government. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/05/2005
  • Ukrainian Eurovision winner Ruslana to back OSCE anti-trafficking campaign (OSCE) 07/05/2005
  • Igor Sikorsky: Aircraft and Helicopter Designer [born in the city of Kiev, Russia(?)] (VOA) 07/05/2005
  • A Russian National. Russia doesn't arrest internationally wanted citizen of Ukraine [Igor Bakai is accused by the prosecutor general of Kiev of abuses of office causing material loss to the state.] (Kommersant) 07/05/2005
  • Adopted Children Become U.S. Citizens (AP/Yahoo) 07/05/2005
  • PM says most groups agree on WTO bills (Ukrainian Journal) 07/05/2005
  • Deutsche Bank picked to lend $100 mln for Kiev-Odessa highway (Ukrainian Journal) 07/05/2005
  • Ukraine to insist on barter transactions in gas trading with Russia (Ukrainian Journal) 07/05/2005
  • Experts predict a fuel price hike of at least 10% this month (Ukrainian Journal) 07/05/2005
  • Рює: якщо новий уряд Німеччини не проводитиме послідовну політику щодо України, я впливатиму на це ззовні (Deutsche Welle) 07/05/2005
  • 'Коли нам нададуть статус країни з ринковою економікою, нічого суттєвого не відбудеться'. Розмова з Романом Шпеком (Львівська газета) 07/05/2005

  • OSCE Project Co-ordinator's Office in Ukraine presents survey and manual on civil and commercial codes (OSCE) 07/04/2005
  • OSCE Special Representative supports establishing Ukranian co-ordinator to fight trafficking in human beings (OSCE) 07/04/2005
  • Obit: Irene Zdan, Northville: Teacher, vet gave to everyone (Detroit News) 07/04/2005
  • Political rivalries threaten Ukraine's reforms (Financial Times) 07/04/2005
  • Юлія Тимошенко в інтерв'ю британським ЗМІ (BBC Ukrainian) 07/04/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian girl Anna, 13, a victim of radiation fallout from the 1986 power plant explosion in Chernobyl, receives treatment for alopecia, the total loss of hair, at the Paediatric Hospital in Tarara, outside Havana, April 26, 2005. Since 1990, Cuba has treated 18,000 Ukrainian children free of charge for loss of hair, skin disorders, cancer, leukaemia and other illnesses attributed to the radioactivity unleashed by the reactor meltdown years before they were born. Picture taken April 26, 2005. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/04/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian boy Bagdan (R), a victim of radiation fallout from the 1986 power plant explosion in Chernobyl, jokes while surrounded by friends at the Paediatric Hospital in Tarara, outside Havana, April 5, 2005. Bagdan suffers from alopecia and is one of the 18,000 Ukranian children, Cuba has treated since 1990 free of charge for loss of hair, skin disorders, cancer, leukemia and other illnesses attributed to the radioactivity unleashed by the reactor meltdown years before they were born. Picture taken April 5, 2005 (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/04/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian youth movement 'We' activists hold portraits of Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko and horror movie character Freddy Krueger during a protest in central Donetsk, July 4, 2005. Demonstrators gathered on Monday, Independence Day in the U.S., to protest against the pro-U.S. policy of the present Ukrainian administration which, from their point of view, neglects people's needs. Signs collectively read 'Ukraine'. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/04/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian girls Anastasia (L), 13, and Alina, 16, victims of radiation fallout from the 1986 power plant explosion in Chernobyl, stand together at the Paediatric Hospital in Tarara, outside Havana, April 5, 2005. Anastasia and Alina receive both treatment for alopecia, the total loss of hair and in the case of Anastasia it has already started to grow back. Since 1990, Cuba has treated 18,000 Ukranian children free of charge for loss of hair, skin disorders, cancer, leukemia and other illnesses attributed to the radioactivity unleashed by the reactor meltdown years before they were born. Picture taken April 5, 2005. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/04/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian girls Irina (L), 13, and Inna, 14, victims of radiation fallout from the 1986 power plant explosion in Chernobyl, receive treatment for psoriasis at the Paediatric Hospital in Tarara, outside Havana, April 26, 2005. Since 1990, Cuba has treated 18,000 Ukranian children free of charge for loss of hair, skin disorders, cancer, leukemia and other illnesses attributed to the radioactivity unleashed by the reactor meltdown years before they were born. Picture taken April 26, 2005. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/04/2005
  • Ukraine suspends power exports to Russia after agency warns of export hike (Ukrainian Journal) 07/04/2005
  • Security forces find lab said to have made poison used on Yushchenko (Ukrainian Journal) 07/04/2005
  • Russian natural gas cuts to come in H2 (Ukrainian Journal) 07/04/2005
  • Ukraine-Russia gas row will not affect European supply (AFP/Yahoo) 07/04/2005
  • Liberal Moscow Weekly [Moskovskiye Novosti, or Moscow News] Bought by Ukrainian Media Tycoon Vadym Rabynovych (AP/Yahoo) 07/04/2005
  • After John Paul, more Poles seek priesthood [(A)bout 1,400 Poles started in priesthood seminaries last year, the second highest figure in Europe after Ukraine, a predominantly Orthodox country with a large Catholic minority.] (Reuters) 07/04/2005
  • Young Chernobyl victims heal in Cuban sun (Reuters) 07/04/2005
  • Про похід українських католиків на українську столицю (Львівська газета) 07/04/2005

  • Obit: Nellie Lypetzky, Royal Oak: Woman co-owned Detroit market (Detroit News) 07/03/2005
  • Ukraine's Iron Lady provokes rift (The Observer) 07/03/2005
  • After Centuries of Enmity, Relations Between Poland and Russia Are as Bad as Ever (NY Times) 07/03/2005
  • Ukraine's Top Assets Are the Spoils in a Post-Election Power Struggle That's Far From Over (NY Times) 07/03/2005
  • Cycling: Second Place in Time Trial Puts Armstrong in Good Position (NY Times) 07/03/2005

  • Photo: Discovery Channel team rider Yaroslav Popovych of Ukraine cycles during the 19km individual time trial first stage from Fromentine to Noirmoutier in the 92nd Tour de France cycling race (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/02/2005
  • Photo: AG2R team rider Yuriy Krivtsov of Ukraine cycles during the 19km individual time trial first stage from Fromentine to Noirmoutier in the 92nd Tour de France cycling race (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/02/2005
  • Photo: Sergei Bubka, president of the Ukraine Olympic Committee, is greeted by Urs Lacotte, director general of the International Olympic Committee from Switzerland, prior to the start of the IOC executive board meeting in Singapore Sunday, Juy 3, 2005. The 117th IOC session will decide the host city of the 2012 Summer Games for which London, Madrid, Moscow, New York and Paris are bidding. The voting takes place on July 6. (AP/Yahoo) 07/02/2005
  • Russia still 'Stalinist' says icon of Ukraine (Daily Telegraph) 07/02/2005
  • Photo: Ukraine's main energy company Naftogaz warned that it would reduce Russian gas exports to Europe if Moscow makes good on a threat to cut gas deliveries to Kiev, raising tensions in an ongoing row between the two neighbors over the key commodity. (AFP/Yahoo) 07/02/2005
  • The Rise of Gypsy Punkers (NY Times) 07/02/2005
  • СУСН: 'Ми молоді, ми з України' (Deutsche Welle) 07/02/2005

  • Зближення мiж Україною та ЄС? (VOA) 07/01/2005
  • Закон про Кабмін та ефективність роботи парламенту (VOA) 07/01/2005
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, who was poisoned with a massive dose of dioxin during last year's bitter election campaign, will travel to Switzerland for medical consultations. (AFP/Yahoo) 07/01/2005
  • Студентськi протести в Сумах (VOA) 07/01/2005
  • Yushchenko poisoners' lab is found (Daily Telegraph) 07/01/2005
  • Suspicion shifts from Russia over poison used on leader (The Times) 07/01/2005
  • 'Важких точок я назвав би декілька: Донецьк, Харків, Одеса, Львів'. Розмова з Юрієм Луценком (Львівська газета) 07/01/2005
  • Справа Гонґадзе. В очікуванні нового вибуху (Львівська газета) 07/01/2005
  • Berlin Wall Memorial Faces Final Fury [Alexandra Hildebrandt - Ukrainian-born head of the Checkpoint Charlie Museum which is set to be razed.] (Deutsche Welle) 07/01/2005
  • Rich in diversity. On growing up in a Saskatchewan family of immigrants who, like many seeking a future in Canada, spoke neither official language (Macleans) 07/01/2005
  • Entertainment promoter fined for tax evasion [dated 6/30/2005] (Thunder Bay Chronicle-Journal) 07/01/2005
  • Priest [in the village of Sosnivki in Ukraine's western Lviv region] suspected of stealing cars (Australia News) 07/01/2005
  • Ukraine Presses Russia Over Fugitive [Ihor Bakay, who under former President Leonid Kuchma headed a powerful department responsible for state property] (Moscow Times) 07/01/2005
  • Ukrainian nuclear energy firm halts electricity exports to Russia (AFX/III) 07/01/2005
  • UK smallcap opening - Eurogold ticks up on Saulyak mine update (AFX/III) 07/01/2005
  • Ukraine Holding Repeat Privatization Auction [Kryvorizhstal] (AP/Yahoo) 07/01/2005
  • Ukraine simplifies visas for U.S. citizens [dated 6/30/2005] (Reuters) 07/01/2005
  • Yushchenko decree lifts visa requirements for entering U.S. citizens (Ukrainian Journal) 07/01/2005
  • Stu Bykofsky. Enjoy my city [Oops! The Liberty Medal will not be presented on July Fourth because the recipient, Ukraine President Viktor Yushchenko, has a prior commitment. I think he's judging a Kiev borscht competition, so he'll collect it later in the year.] (Philadelphia Daily News) 07/01/2005
  • Petr Poroshenko: Accession to NATO Is Like a Flicker of Light at the End of the Tunnel. Euro integration (Kommersant) 07/01/2005
  • Criminal charges reach senior leaders of Ukrainian opposition (Eurasia Daily Monitor) 07/01/2005
  • NBU raises exchange rate prediction; hyrvnia may reach 5.1/$ by yr end (Ukrainian Journal) 07/01/2005
  • Premier expresses concern over gas supply (Ukrainian Journal) 07/01/2005
  • Saakashvili: Georgia, Ukraine Coordinate Regional Cooperation (Civil Georgia) 07/01/2005
  • МЗС про повернення Бакая і Пукача (VOA) 07/01/2005
  • НДП нарiкає на політичні переслідування (VOA) 07/01/2005
  • США допомагають українцям ставати землевласниками (VOA) 07/01/2005
  • Vimpelcom to ask shareholders about Ukraine plan (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/01/2005
  • Poland Welcomes Ukrainian Takeover of Ailing FSO Auto Company (AFP/Yahoo) 07/01/2005
  • Kryvorizhstal to spend more than 1/3 of profits on dividends (Ukrainian Journal) 07/01/2005
  • Reassessing Chernobyl (India Tribune) 07/01/2005
  • Армстронг відкриває шлях Поповичу (Львівська газета) 07/01/2005
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