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  • Foreign Ministry denies it started rumor about French ambassador's recall from Kyiv (Kyiv Post) 08/31/2011
  • Agricultural Marketing Project: Ongoing fruit and vegetable price reduction in Ukraine (Kyiv Post) 08/31/2011
  • Ex-US ambassador sees madness and risk of repetition in prosecution of former Ukrainian government (Kyiv Post) 08/31/2011
  • Yanukovych: Possible discussion of Tymoshenko's arrest with foreign leaders won't influence court (Kyiv Post) 08/31/2011
  • Tymoshenko supporters demand her release (Kyiv Post) 08/31/2011
  • Experts say Tymoshenko unlikely to avoid prison (Kyiv Post) 08/31/2011
  • Ruling party suggests regional status for Russian across half of Ukraine (Kyiv Post) 08/31/2011
  • Azarov: Ukraine considering gas contract termination through court (Kyiv Post) 08/31/2011
  • NRCU.gov.ua: Ukraine not to exchange loss of sovereignty for concessions to Russia (Kyiv Post) 08/31/2011
  • Yanukovych, Komorowski to discuss Ukraine's drawing closer to EU (Kyiv Post) 08/31/2011
  • Man claims Ukraine's ex-prez had role in killing (Associated Press) 08/31/2011
  • Kyiv to cut share of apartments in buildings transferred to Elita-Center (Interfax) 08/31/2011
  • STRATFOR: Poland looks to Ukraine for strategic depth (Warsaw Business Journal) 08/31/2011
  • Higher Ukraine taxes hurt JKX profit, scraps dividend (Reuters Africa) 08/31/2011
  • Humanitad collecting information in Kyiv on Tymoshenko's trial (Kyiv Post) 08/31/2011
  • Men's basketball adds 7-1 Ukranian center (Diamondback Online) 08/31/2011
  • Ukrainian, Polish presidents discuss Ukraine's relations with EU (Interfax) 08/31/2011
  • Former Ukrainian PM's Defense Says Case Files Missing (RFE/RL) 08/31/2011
  • EU Cool On Lukashenka 'Roundtable' (RFE/RL) 08/31/2011
  • Video: On His Hog, Putin Returns To The PR Trough (RFE/RL) 08/31/2011
  • Advisory Body Wants To Name Turkmen President 'Protector' (RFE/RL) 08/31/2011
  • British MP Wants Magnitsky Sanctions (RFE/RL) 08/31/2011
  • Official Account Of Brawl In Russia's Far East Disputed (RFE/RL) 08/31/2011
  • Alleged Extremist Shot Dead In West Kazakhstan (RFE/RL) 08/31/2011
  • Indigenous Siberian People Protest Russian Rocket Crashes (RFE/RL) 08/31/2011
  • Tymoshenko Case Files Said Missing (RFE/RL) 08/31/2011
  • Author Talks About Kazakhstan's Clan Politics (RFE/RL) 08/31/2011

  • Ukraine hopes to revise gas contract with Russia peacefully - PM (RIA Novosti) 08/30/2011
  • Adidas CEO Seeks Major Growth in Poland-Ukraine from Euro 2012 (World Football Insider) 08/30/2011
  • Kvitova out, Sharapova through (BigPond Sport) 08/30/2011
  • Maryland basketball signs a center [Olexiy Len from Ukraine] (Wash Post) 08/30/2011
  • Black Iron Announces the Creation of A Highly Connected Non-Executive Ukraine Advisory Board (MarketWatch) 08/30/2011
  • Ukraine policy changes to fuel dairy consolidation (Agrimoney) 08/30/2011
  • Paet Vouches for Rule of Law in Ukraine (ERR News) 08/30/2011
  • Azarov: Ukraine set to conduct regular negotiating process on changing gas contracts with Russia (Interfax-Russia) 08/30/2011
  • Ukraine to reduce natural gas imports by 70pct in five years (Steel Guru) 08/30/2011
  • Gas supply cut in Uzhgorod, says regional state administration (Interfax-Russia) 08/30/2011
  • Ukrainian speaker [Lytvyn] expects no 'gas war' with Russia (Interfax-Russia) 08/30/2011
  • Ukraine selects five companies that could develop feasibility study of LNG terminal (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/30/2011
  • Kyivstar launches over 290 base stations (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/30/2011
  • Ukraine seeks to cut imports of Russian gas - Ifax (Reuters) 08/30/2011
  • PM: Ukraine plans two-thirds cut in natural gas imports from Russia due to price (Wash Post/AP) 08/30/2011
  • Ukraine's Current-Account Gap Widened in July to $574 Million (Bloomberg) 08/30/2011
  • Foreign Ministry Claims No Ukrainian Mercenaries In Libya (Ukrainian News Agency) 08/30/2011
  • Ruling party suggests regional status for Russian across half of Ukraine (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/30/2011
  • No pages missing from Tymoshenko's case materials, says prosecutor (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/30/2011
  • Yanukovych to visit Dushanbe to attend CIS heads of state meeting (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/30/2011
  • Mohyla Academy objects to cut in state order for university places, appeals against it in court (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/30/2011
  • Lawyer Fedur: Pukach providing very interesting, but secret, testimony [murdered journalist Georgy Gongadze case] (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/30/2011
  • Myroslava's Gongadze lawyer: Pukach admits murdering Gongadze (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/30/2011

  • Ukraine grain exports to recover from slow start (Agrimoney) 08/29/2011
  • Ukrainian soccer: a sport for the masses and fanatics (Eagle Tribune) 08/29/2011
  • Report: Maryland Adds 7-2 Ukrainian Olexiy Len to 2011 Roster (Testudo Times) 08/29/2011
  • Maryland adds center Olexiy Len to roster (Baltimore Sun) 08/29/2011
  • UEFA President: Ukraine, Poland will be ready for Euro 2012 on time (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/29/2011
  • 25 Acres for Chabad Neighborhood in Kiev (Chabad) 08/29/2011
  • Ukraine Seeks Azeri Gas to Cut Russian Imports, Kommersant Says (Bloomberg) 08/29/2011
  • Kernel expects to grow earnings after strong harvest (Reuters) 08/29/2011
  • Tigipko: Introduction of guaranteed wage to increase public's social protection (Interfax-Russia) 08/29/2011
  • Ukraine to repair some 2,000 km of roads in 2012, says president (Interfax-Russia) 08/29/2011
  • Ukrainian political analysts predict new 'gas war' with Moscow (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/29/2011
  • Yanukovych For Compromise In Ukraine's Cooperation With CES Customs Union (Ukrainian News Agency) 08/29/2011
  • Ruling party suggests regional status for Russian across half of Ukraine (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/29/2011
  • Tymoshenko unlikely to avoid prison, experts say (Interfax-Russia) 08/29/2011
  • Ex-US ambassador [William Taylor] sees madness and risk of repetition in prosecution of former Ukrainian government (Interfax-Russia) 08/29/2011
  • Lawyer says over 200 pages of Tymoshenko case materials 'have disappeared' (Interfax-Russia) 08/29/2011
  • Ukrainian Opposition Parties Mull Possible Coordination, Alliances (RFE/RL) 08/29/2011
  • Tymoshenko supporters demand her release (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/29/2011
  • Edmontonians celebrate 20 years of Ukraine independence (Edmonton Journal) 08/29/2011
  • Food, art and dance celebrates Ukrainian culture (Inside Toronto) 08/29/2011
  • Flag-Raising Marks 20th Anniversary of Ukraine Freedom [Ottawa] (The Epoch Times) 08/29/2011
  • Flag-Raising Marks 20th Anniversary of Ukraine Freedom [Ottawa] (The Epoch Times) 08/29/2011
  • Ukraine celebrates 20th independence anniversary in BA (Buenos Aires Herald) 08/29/2011
  • Red Cross reunites Ukrainian family (Times-News) 08/29/2011
  • Ukrainian girl receives heart surgeries thanks to local family (Rocky View Weekly) 08/29/2011
  • Ukraine Seeks Long-Term Supply for LNG Terminal, Kaskiv Says (Bloomberg) 08/29/2011
  • Media: Gaddafi riches hidden in Ukraine (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/29/2011
  • French ambassador says rumors of his recall started by Ukrainian Foreign Ministry (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/29/2011
  • Ukraine's Foreign Ministry denies it started rumor about French ambassador's recall from Kyiv (Interfax-Russia) 08/29/2011

  • Between a rock and a hard place [Ukraines transition to independence] (Malta Independent) 08/28/2011

  • Ukraine's Sich-2 earth observation satellite sends first shots of Earth's surface (Interfax-Russia) 08/27/2011
  • Viacheslav Senchenko retains title (ESPN/AP) 08/27/2011
  • Friday Global Boxing Results: Senchenko Retains Belt in Ukraine (Bad Left Hook) 08/27/2011
  • 2012 Toyota Aurion Revealed As Ukraine's Camry: Report (Motor Report) 08/27/2011
  • From Russia to love: Ukrainian sisters thrive during their stay in Norton (Taunton Daily Gazette) 08/27/2011

  • Ukraine says to seek trade compromise with Russia (Reuters) 08/26/2011
  • Ukrainian President: Country's Goal is Developed Integration With Europe and the West (Sacramento Bee/PRNewswire) 08/26/2011
  • Mangano Celebrates Ukrainian Independence Day In Nassau County (Media Newswire) 08/26/2011
  • Anastasiya Melnychenko gets ban (ESPN/AP) 08/26/2011
  • Senchenko Stops Avendano, Balzsay Decisions Kashtanov (BoxingScene) 08/26/2011
  • Ukraine army to join for first time in Russo-Belarus exercise (Monsters and Critics) 08/26/2011
  • Try New Kyiv! It's Not as Autocratic as You Think! (Transitions Online) 08/26/2011
  • Ukraine's Gas Extraction Dropped 2.1% Through July, Transit Rose (Bloomberg) 08/26/2011
  • Ukraine after Yanukovych. By Alexander J. Motyl (Worlds Affairs Journal) 08/26/2011
  • Ukraine to halve Russian gas purchases (Caspionet) 08/26/2011
  • Europa League Draw List (Stamford Advocate/AP) 08/26/2011
  • Ukraine: Ministry of Agrarian Policy initiates cancellation of customs duties on grain exports (Agrimarket Consulting) 08/26/2011
  • Vodka price up, but not tax (Kyiv Post) 08/26/2011
  • World Bank issues additional financing worth $150 million to support Ukrainian exporters (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/26/2011
  • Ukraine to raise $1 billion of Chinese investment in coal industry, says Yanukovych (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/26/2011
  • SBU Chief Khoroshkovsky awarded rank of general (updated) (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/26/2011
  • Azarov: No obstacles to Ukraine receiving next IMF tranche (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/26/2011
  • Ukraine does not need next IMF tranche says PM (RIA Novosti) 08/26/2011
  • Ukraine 'will never give up national interests' says president (RIA Novosti) 08/26/2011
  • Ukraine, Russia, EU need one another, says Azarov (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/26/2011
  • Yanukovych calls for compromise on Customs Union (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/26/2011
  • Ukraine to take part in Russia-Belarus joint maneuvers (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/26/2011
  • President asks government to implement plan to meet Ukraine's commitments to Council of Europe (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/26/2011
  • Many still nostalgic for Soviet Union (Kyiv Post) 08/26/2011
  • What do employers want? Get ahead with these tips (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/26/2011
  • Ukrainian premier orders measures to eliminate bribery at schools (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/26/2011
  • New book: Beginner's Ukrainian with Interactive Online Workbook (Hippocrene Books) 08/26/2011
  • Ukraine Seeks to Parry Russian Energy Pressures (Arutz Sheva) 08/26/2011
  • The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (IBTimes) 08/26/2011
  • Clash Of Wills (Kyiv Post) 08/26/2011
  • Turkey, Ukraine Most Exposed in Repeat of Financial Crisis, Goldman Says (Bloomberg) 08/26/2011
  • Treasures restored by joint Polish-Ukrainian endeavour (Polskie Radio) 08/26/2011
  • Paper swoon: Korchynsky preserves vytynanka art (Kyiv Post) 08/26/2011
  • Belarus And The Independence Day That Wasn't (RFE/RL) 08/26/2011
  • Op-ed: The Ukrainian Blues (and Yellows). By Marta Dyczok (WSJ Europe) 08/26/2011

  • Europa League - Fulham advance despite defeat [1-0 in the Ukraine] (Yahoo! Eurosport UK) 08/25/2011
  • Nuclear Family Bonds (Salon) 08/25/2011
  • Ukraine on September 6 to hold hearing on investigation into imports of fuel, says source (Interfax-Russia) 08/25/2011
  • Estonia Supports E-Learning in Crimean Schools (ERR News) 08/25/2011
  • Two decades of Ukrainian sovereignty: Awakening from illusions (RIA Novosti) 08/25/2011
  • Police block 3000 protesters in Kiev (UPI) 08/25/2011
  • Jerzy Buzek [President of European Parliament] congratulates Ukraine on its 20th anniversary of Independence (ENPI) 08/25/2011
  • Patriarch Kirill [of Moscow and All Russia]: Ukrainian independent development should not hamper ties with Russia, Belarus (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/25/2011
  • Russia Needs Ukraine, Baltic Ports to Ship Grain, Carrier Says (Bloomberg) 08/25/2011
  • Ukraine's President Calls for Closer Ties With Europe (Voice of America) 08/25/2011
  • Tymoshenko's lawyers file 11th bail plea (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/25/2011
  • Azarov: Consolidation of schools in Ukraine inevitable (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/25/2011
  • Binghamton raises Ukrainian flag (Press Connects) 08/25/2011
  • Federal agencies probe how Hershey plant treats foreign students (Morning Call/Reuters) 08/25/2011
  • Mark Schwarzer helps Fulham make the grade against Dnipropetrovsk (The Guardian) 08/25/2011
  • Ukraine May Be Less Sensitive to Steel-Price Drop, RenCap Says (Bloomberg) 08/25/2011
  • Marooned in Baghdad, Foreign Workers Cant Leave or Get Paid [27 Ukrainians (including a woman)] (NY Times) 08/25/2011
  • Op-ed: Ukraine's Future Is With the European Union. By Viktor Yanukovych (Wall Street Journal) 08/25/2011
  • Yanukovych: We are 100% sure Euro 2012 will be held properly (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/25/2011
  • Ukraine poultry exports expected by the end of 2011 (World Poultry) 08/25/2011
  • Ukraine artist creates tiny motorbikes from broken watches (Metro) 08/25/2011
  • Video: Ukraine nuclear missile museum opens (Independent) 08/25/2011
  • Ukraines First Nuclear Missile Museum Opens [To celebrate its Independence Day...] (Gawker) 08/25/2011
  • President keeping in touch with Yuschenko, giving state commissions to Kuchma (Interfax-Russia) 08/25/2011
  • Six policemen hurt in clash with opposition, none of protesters detained in Kyiv on Independence Day, say police (Interfax-Russia) 08/25/2011
  • Police prevent serious violations of public order on Independence Day (Interfax-Russia) 08/25/2011
  • Ukrainians protest on independence anniversary (ABC Online) 08/25/2011
  • [Prague] Ukrainians mark home country's 20th anniversary (Prague Daily Monitor) 08/25/2011
  • [Slideshow] Brussels Ukrainians observe Ukraine's Independence Day (Website) 08/25/2011
  • IMF Delays Ukraine Review to October; Seeks 'Strong Policies' (Bloomberg) 08/25/2011
  • Yanukovych: Over 400 officials of current government stand trial (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/25/2011
  • Yanukovych wants Kuchma to prove his innocence in Gongadze case (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/25/2011
  • WikiLeaks: Moscow Patriarchate regrets supporting Yanukovych (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/25/2011

  • Saving Herself: Vera Farmiga Tries to Create a Better Role in Higher Ground (Village Voice) 08/24/2011
  • Vera Farmiga On Faith, Madonna, and Mo'Nique (Village Voice) 08/24/2011
  • Over 5,000 opposition activists protest former PM Tymoshenkos arrest on Independence Day (Wash Post/AP) 08/24/2011
  • Dnipro v Fulham (BBC Sport) 08/24/2011
  • Ukrainian [Kateryna Bondarenko] pulls off upset of No. 2 seed (Star-Telegram) 08/24/2011
  • City midfielder Weiss eyes move to Wigan after snubbing switch to Ukrainian side Kiev (Daily Mail) 08/24/2011
  • Spirited away? (BBC News) 08/24/2011
  • City happy to help Ukraine (Moose Jaw Times-Herald) 08/24/2011
  • Kiev has high hopes for shale gas (UPI) 08/24/2011
  • Protests for ex-PM on Ukraine Independence Day (Google/AP) 08/24/2011
  • Ukrainian Opposition Protests Tymoshenko Trial on Independence Day (Voice of America) 08/24/2011
  • Is Ukraine going east - away from Europe towards Russia? (Public Service Europe) 08/24/2011
  • Ukraine opposition rallies against Yanukovych (VIDEO) (Kyiv Post/Reuters) 08/24/2011
  • Russia rules out compromise trade deal with Ukraine (Kyiv Post/Reuters) 08/24/2011
  • Police says it did not use tear-gas against protesters (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/24/2011
  • For investors: what are the unknown reasons of gas scandal in Europe? (Market Leader) 08/24/2011
  • Twenty little-known facts about Ukraine (Kyiv Post) 08/24/2011
  • Current Russia-Ukraine gas deal is to be honored, says Medvedev (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/24/2011
  • Hidden Europe Magazine: Ukraine deserves much more (Kyiv Post) 08/24/2011
  • Russia, Ukraine reach high level of understanding, says Putin (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/24/2011
  • Opposition demanding early parliamentary, presidential elections (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/24/2011
  • Ukraine Marks 20 Years Of Independence (RFE/RL) 08/24/2011
  • Ukraine Marks Independence Day with Open-air Celebration (CRI) 08/24/2011
  • Ukraine Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of Independence (Ukrainian News Agency) 08/24/2011
  • Turchynov calling on opposition to go to Maidan Nazalezhnosti (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/24/2011
  • Protests for Tymoshenko mark Ukraine Independence Day (Kyiv Post/AP) 08/24/2011
  • Instability haunts Ukraine 20 years after independence. On the 20th anniversary of Ukraine's declaration of independence from the Soviet Union, a former president of Poland has told Polish Radio that the nation still lags behind in developing modern, democratic institutions. (PolskieRadio) 08/24/2011
  • Current regime a setback for Ukraine. Two decades after parliament declared independence, democracy is weakening. By David Marples (Edmonton Journal) 08/24/2011
  • Ukraine Turns 20. By Alexander J. Motyl (World Affairs Journal) 08/24/2011
  • Medvedev calls on Ukraine to join Customs Union (RIA Novosti) 08/24/2011
  • Yanukovych: Ukraine to become truly independent only with strong economy (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/24/2011
  • President Karzai Congratulates Ukraine President On National Day (Bakhtar News Agency) 08/24/2011
  • US Ambassador John F. Tefft congratulates Ukraine (Kyiv Post) 08/24/2011
  • Clinton congratulates Ukraine (Kyiv Post) 08/24/2011
  • Euronews TV channel starts rebroadcasting Ukrainian version of Euronews (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/24/2011
  • Poll: Over half of Ukrainian citizens speak Ukrainian in private life (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/24/2011
  • Billboards replaced with anti-government posters in Lviv (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/24/2011
  • Ukrainian police block march to presidential administration (Kyiv Post/Reuters) 08/24/2011

  • Ukraine Has No Urgent Need of IMF Funds, Prime Minister Says (Bloomberg) 08/23/2011
  • Ukraine under more Russian pressure to surrender pipeline (SteelGuru) 08/23/2011
  • Libyan Embassy in Kyiv raises opposition flag (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • Ukrainian, Belarusian premiers discuss joint production of LEDs, medicines (Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • Ukraine Eases Visa Procedures To Develop Tourism Sector (Bernama) 08/23/2011
  • Malaysian Investors Get Ukraine Invite (Bernama) 08/23/2011
  • Ukraine's main promotional campaign for Euro 2012 starts (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • Ukraine Plans to Cut Russian Natural Gas Imports, Minister Says (Bloomberg) 08/23/2011
  • Ukraine close to awarding first shale gas exploration licenses (Platts) 08/23/2011
  • Yanukovych to head to Venezuela to negotiate oil shipment deal (Ukrainian Journal) 08/23/2011
  • Nine companies submit bids for Black Sea LNG gas terminal study (Ukrainian Journal) 08/23/2011
  • Yanukovych to join as gas negotiations with Russia enter final stage (Ukrainian Journal) 08/23/2011
  • President Yanukovych calls for humanization of reforms Today at 17:14 (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • Yanukovych: Ukraine can cope with second wave of world crisis (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • Foreign Ministry: Ukrainian students staging protest at US plant (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • SBU opens criminal case against 'Vasylkiv terrorists' (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • Kravchuk: We will never know who ordered Gongadze murdered, poisoned Yuschenko (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • Interior Ministry hopes opposition's rallies on Independence Day not to cross state events (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • Ukraine says thwarts holiday 'terror plot' (Pakistan Daily Times) 08/23/2011
  • Yatseniuk registers bill on president's impeachment (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • Official blames Yulia arrest on EU foes (Ukrainian Journal) 08/23/2011
  • Ukraine court bars Tymoshenko's release for Independence Day (updated) (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • Ukraine refuses to free Tymoshenko before Independence Day (Kyiv Post/Reuters) 08/23/2011
  • Ukraine Looks to a European Future as it Marks 20 Years of Independence (PRNewswire) 08/23/2011
  • Ukrainian community ready to celebrate (Times and Transcript) 08/23/2011
  • Ceremony of hoisting Ukraine's national flag held at presidential administration (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • Popov: Tent camp on Khreschatyk not impediment to Independence Day celebration (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • Kyiv authorities asking court to ban rallies in Kyiv center on Independence Day (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/23/2011
  • The U.S., Not Gaidar, Killed Yeltsin's Reforms (The Moscow Times) 08/23/2011
  • 'Identity and modernization' in action. Den/The Day launches Ukraine Incognita web project commemorating its own 15th anniversary and the 20th anniversary of Ukrainian independence (The Day) 08/23/2011
  • 5.9 magnitude quake rocks Washington area, felt on East Coast (Yahoo/AP) 08/23/2011

  • Ukraine Does Not Want to be 'Little Russia' (VOA News) 08/22/2011
  • Alberta Premier Stelmach looks back (CBC) 08/22/2011
  • Cabinet Calls Kyiv And Kharkiv Most Well-Developed Cities In 2010 (Ukrainian News Agency) 08/22/2011
  • Kenya: Local Woman Tortured And Deported By Ukraine Police (All Africa) 08/22/2011
  • Ukrainian community calls on town's MPs to speak out (The Bolton News) 08/22/2011
  • Tymoshenko asking for 3-4 days to prepare for questioning in court (Interfax-Russia) 08/22/2011
  • Russian-Ukrainian An-70 confirms characteristics in over 600 test flights, says Antonov chief (Interfax-Russia) 08/22/2011
  • Manchester City's Vladimir Weiss to join Dynamo Kiev (Daily Mail) 08/22/2011
  • Weiss moves to FC Dynamo Kiev (Fox News/AP) 08/22/2011
  • The Ukraine's Team Na'Vi Takes Home Title as First DOTA 2 International Champion (Gamespy) 08/22/2011
  • Ukraine delegation visits Moose Jaw (Moose Jaw Times-Herald) 08/22/2011
  • Binghamton church's to help orphans in Slovakia, Ukraine (Press & Sun-Bulletin) 08/22/2011
  • Ukrainian ambassador commends relations with Jordan (Petra) 08/22/2011
  • Boiko: Ukraine to reduce purchase of Russian gas to 12 billion cubic meters (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/22/2011
  • Ukrainian President: Ukrainian People Need More Human Contact and Economic Cooperation With the EU (Sacramento Bee/PRNewswire) 08/22/2011
  • Popov says, Kyiv to spend Hr 1.5 million on Independence Day (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/22/2011
  • Ukraine's push for EU visa-free travel (euronews) 08/22/2011
  • Two killed after gallery collapses in Donetsks Stakhanov mine (Ukrainian Journal) 08/22/2011
  • Premier urges UkrNafta to boost oil output, backs plans for IPO (Ukrainian Journal) 08/22/2011
  • Ukraine working on another set of proposals on Russian natural gas (Ukrainian Journal) 08/22/2011
  • Light house protest against Black Sea fleet (RT) 08/22/2011
  • Trial of former Crimean speaker Hrytsenko to be held in Zaporizhia region (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/22/2011
  • Kryzhanovsky dismissed as head of State Service for Sea and River Transport (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/22/2011
  • Futey: Independence of Ukrainian courts in danger (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/22/2011
  • Tymoshenko health deteriorates in prison (Ukrainian Journal) 08/22/2011
  • Aide: Tymoshenko Fate 'Hangs On Support At Home And Abroad' (RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty) 08/22/2011
  • Ukrainian authorities charge four in huge carder ring (SF Register) 08/22/2011
  • Barroso: EU Expectations of Ukraine Are Mature Democracy and Prospering Economy (PRNewswire) 08/22/2011
  • World Forum of Ukrainians calls for creation of Committee on Foreign Ukrainians (NRCU) 08/22/2011
  • Why I believe in Ukraine. By Arsenii YATSENIUK, MP, leader of Ukraines party Front for Change (The Day) 08/22/2011
  • Ukraine Says Thwarts 'Terrorist' Bomb (RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty) 08/22/2011
  • Ukrainian Authorities Foil Bomb Plot (VOA News) 08/22/2011

  • Ukraine Economy Recovering (Discover Moose Jaw) 08/21/2011
  • Broken dreams: Ukraine marks 20 years of independence (Sin Chew Jit Poh) 08/21/2011
  • 5th International Exhibition Ukraine Forex Expo 2011 (Digital Journal) 08/21/2011
  • Rugby League participation in Ukraine on the rise (World of Rugby League) 08/21/2011
  • EC President Barroso Urges All Political Leaders Of Ukraine To Work Jointly In Reforms (Ukrainian News Agency) 08/21/2011
  • The 20 most expensive properties in Britain (Daily Telegraph) 08/21/2011
  • EU Worried Over Tymoshenko's Health (The Moscow Times) 08/21/2011
  • Ukraine Does Not Want to be 'Little Russia' (Voice of America) 08/21/2011

  • Ukrainian leadership will make every effort to implement national plan on visa-free regime with EU, says Yanukovych (Interfax-Russia) 08/20/2011
  • Ukrainian reps visit Wheat City as part of FCM project (Brandon Sun) 08/20/2011
  • Yanukovych promises Ukraine will no longer have inviolable castes (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/20/2011
  • Ukraine, EU to sign ambitious association agreement, says Barroso (Interfax-Russia) 08/20/2011
  • Festival celebrates women's right to vote (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) 08/20/2011
  • PHOTOS: Ukrainian culture celebrated in Regina (CKOM) 08/20/2011
  • FINA World Junior Championships: More Meet Records Fall, Ukraine Wins Two Golds (Swimming World Magazine) 08/20/2011

  • S&P assigns Creativ Group OJSC 'B-' rating (Reuters) 08/19/2011
  • 5th World Forum of Ukrainians opens in Kyiv (BSANNA NEWS) 08/19/2011
  • Ukraine Has High Hopes (Discover Moose Jaw) 08/19/2011
  • Jailed Former Ukraine PM Asks For Doctor Over 'Mystery Ailment' (RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty) 08/19/2011
  • Ukraine to Allow Hryvnia to Fluctuate as Much as 5% a Year (Bloomberg) 08/19/2011
  • Yulia Tymoshenko Has Developed A 'Mysterious Ailment' in Ukrainian Jail (Business Insider) 08/19/2011
  • Court postpones Ivaschenko's trial for month due to high workload (Interfax-Russia) 08/19/2011
  • Yanukovych Expecting Ukraine To Join European Union By 2022 (Ukrainian News Agency) 08/19/2011
  • Tymoshenko Trial a Test of Democracy in Ukraine (Voice of America) 08/19/2011
  • Ukraine wants European future - Yanukovych (RIA Novosti) 08/19/2011
  • War and peace in eastern Europe through the prism of Kiev [Abu Dhabi, UAE] (The National) 08/19/2011
  • Azarov: Gazprom didn't offer Ukraine cooperation based on Belarusian scenario (ForUm) 08/19/2011
  • Lawyer: Abu Sisi was forced to plead guilty [Palestinian engineer Dirar Abu Sisi disappeared from a Ukrainian train in February and later turned up in an Israeli prison.] (Kyiv Post) 08/19/2011
  • Alcantara Cyclone-4 space complex to employ new guidance system (Ukrainian Journal) 08/19/2011
  • Communists not to unite with Regions Party at upcoming elections, say experts (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/19/2011
  • Court refuses to release Ivaschenko from custody (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/19/2011
  • Yanukovych most influential Ukrainian for second year, magazine says (Ukrainian Journal) 08/19/2011
  • Yushchenko backs prosecution charges of former Orange ally Tymoshenko (Ukrainian Journal) 08/19/2011
  • Roof collapse at Ukrainian mine kills 2 (Channel 6/BNO News) 08/19/2011
  • Soviet coup 20th quietly marked in Russia (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/19/2011
  • Judge declines Tymoshenko doctor request (Ukrainian Journal) 08/19/2011
  • Ukrainian World Congress president to ask Yanukovych to free Tymoshenko (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/19/2011
  • Hryshchenko called a 'Moscow moskal' at World Forum of Ukrainians (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/19/2011
  • Ukraine trial could be PR windfall for Tymoshenko (Swissinfo/Reuters) 08/19/2011
  • My Independence Day story: House on Shovkovychna Street (Kyiv Post) 08/19/2011
  • Lazarenko to be released from prison later than expected (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/19/2011
  • Happy birthday, Ukraine? (Kyiv Post) 08/19/2011
  • Ukrainians debate identity as nation marks 20th year (Kyiv Post) 08/19/2011
  • How nation got its independence (Kyiv Post) 08/19/2011
  • Fulham 3 - 0 Dnipro (BBC) 08/19/2011
  • Sports stars struggle to clear hurdles to success (Kyiv Post) 08/19/2011
  • 'Russian Dolls' Season 1, Episode 2, 'From Ukraine With Love': TV Recap (Wall Street Journal) 08/19/2011
  • Kyiv to host flower exhibition for two weeks (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/19/2011
  • Internet Brides: From Ukraine With Love (ABC News) 08/19/2011
  • Profile commission: Nuclear fuel plant should be located in Kirovohrad region (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/19/2011
  • Ukraine agrees with IMF expenditure side of 2012 state budget (Interfax-Russia) 08/19/2011
  • Research and Markets: Ukraine Trade of Potassium Permanganate: Providing Data on Imports, Exports & Market Prospects for 2011 (Sun Herald) 08/19/2011
  • Ukraine upgrade adds to wheat quality questions (Agrimoney) 08/19/2011
  • Ukraine harvests early crops from 99.5% fields, threshing 34.1mt of grain (Interfax-Russia) 08/19/2011
  • Ukrainian Grain Harvest Reaches 34.1 Million Tons, Ministry Says (Bloomberg) 08/19/2011
  • Firtash pledges to turn rescued Nadra Bank into market leader (Kyiv Post) 08/19/2011

  • Russian Dnepr Puts Up Eight Satellites for Italy, Nigeria, Turkey, Ukraine, and the United States (TMC Net) 08/18/2011
  • Ukraine-Egypt space cooperation plans frustrated by unrest in North Africa, says Ukrainian Space Agency official (Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • Ukraine's Kernel gets $500 mln syndicated loan (Reuters) 08/18/2011
  • Ukraine, Poland want simplified visa travels for UEFA EURO 2012 fans (NRCU) 08/18/2011
  • On trial Ukraine ex-PM Tymoshenko requests doctor (Reuters) 08/18/2011
  • Prosecutors support request for ordering Tymoshenko's medical examination (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • Ukraine's Yulia Tymoshenko gets the kangaroo court treatment (National Post) 08/18/2011
  • 'Justice not done' in Ukrainian student death investigation (Amnesty International) 08/18/2011
  • 20 Years After The Big Breakup, Does The 'Former Soviet Union' Still Exist? (RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty) 08/18/2011
  • Lviv regional administration head [Mykhailo Tsymbaliuk] calls on Russian business to more actively invest in region's economy (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • Fulham's Martin Jol promises due respect for Dnipro's Juande Ramos (The Guardian) 08/18/2011
  • Rumours, Ramos and Roger (ESPN) 08/18/2011
  • August 19th Eastern Christians celebrate Transfiguration Feast (RISU) 08/18/2011
  • Ukrainian polka bash all set (Regina Leader-Post) 08/18/2011
  • How It Took a Ukrainian 17 Years to Earn $1Bln (The Moscow Times) 08/18/2011
  • Ukraine offers help on food security (Gulf Times) 08/18/2011
  • MHP H1 profit falls 16 pct on forex loss (Reuters) 08/18/2011
  • Baloha: Cabinet allocates Hr 50 million for hemophiliacs (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • Number of accidents at mines growing due to reduced number of inspectors (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • Kravchuk: Yushchenko should be in the dock next to Tymoshenko (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • Turchynov: Tymoshenko's health has significantly deteriorated (updated) (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • On trial Ukraine ex-PM Tymoshenko requests doctor (Yahoo/Reuters) 08/18/2011
  • Russians weigh in on Tymoshenko charges (Ukrainian Journal) 08/18/2011
  • Ukrainian nationalist leader Bandera's daughter [Lesia] dies (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • Materials on Kravchenko from Gongadze case sent for further investigation, says lawyer (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • French public figures urge FIFA to cancel Euro 2012 in Ukraine, unless Tymoshenko is freed (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • Celebrating 20 years of Ukrainian independence (Inside Toronto) 08/18/2011
  • Ukraine forces Gazprom to reconsider gas prices (RIA Novosti) 08/18/2011
  • How the Soviet Union slipped silently from power 20 years ago (Deutsche Welle) 08/18/2011
  • Ukraine, Poland reach agreement on simplified visa regime during Euro 2012 (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • Ukraine economy showed rebound in July, according to NBU advisor (Ukrainian Journal) 08/18/2011
  • Austria's Activ Solar completes first stage of 20MW solar plant (Ukrainian Journal) 08/18/2011
  • Canadians extend antidumping duties on hot rolled sheet and carbonic (Ukrainian Journal) 08/18/2011
  • Makiyivka hosts memorial ceremony for Crimean Prime Minister Dzharty (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • Azarov charges education ministry with analyzing book-publishing market (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • Detonating mixture. Futile Sochi talks may become a gas war overture (The Day) 08/18/2011
  • Melnychenko Accuses Kuchma And Yuschenko Of Illegally Printing Hryvnia In 1999 (Ukrainian News Agency) 08/18/2011
  • Changing the frame of reference. Vadim Dubnov: Ukraine stays right between Russia and the civilized world (The Day) 08/18/2011
  • First US ambassador to Ukraine [Roman Popadiuk] recalls the countrys early days (Kyiv Post) 08/18/2011
  • The appearance of Yushchenko before the court. The third president booed and pelted with eggs (The Day) 08/18/2011
  • Lutsenko regrets Tigipko's decision to unite Strong Ukraine with Regions Party (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011
  • Lutsenko to remain in custody (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/18/2011

  • Airport, stadium in Lviv to be prepared on time for Euro 2012, says regional governor (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/17/2011
  • With An Eye On Ukraine, Russia Cuts Major Gas Deal With Belarus (Worldcrunch) 08/17/2011
  • Ukraine's Former President Testifies At Highly Charged Tymoshenko Trial (RFE/RL) 08/17/2011
  • Tymoshenkos trial: political or economic ploy? (Today's Zaman) 08/17/2011
  • Court adjourns hearings of Tymoshenko's case on Aug. 18 (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/17/2011
  • Memorial Stone to Ukrainian, Polish and Jewish Town Defenders Opened in Sataniv (RISU) 08/17/2011
  • Rebrov among Ukraine's new Friends of EURO (UEFA) 08/17/2011
  • Euro 2012 fan zone in Kharkiv to seat 45,000 people (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/17/2011
  • Sumy region opens Miropolska Fair, to compete with Sorochynska Fair (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/17/2011
  • Dnipropetrovsk court bans opposition's rally on Independence Day (NRCU) 08/17/2011
  • Ukraine looses about USD 10 billion from illegal job placement annually (NRCU) 08/17/2011
  • Kyiv to host World Forum of Ukrainians. The 5th World Forum of Ukrainians will open in Kyiv on August 19 (NRCU) 08/17/2011
  • Yushchenko testifies against old Orange ally Tymoshenko (BBC) 08/17/2011
  • Old 'Orange' rivals square off at Ukraine trial (Malaysia Star/Reuters) 08/17/2011
  • Classical moves in Kiev. Ukraine's capital is home to a thriving school of Indian classical dance, thanks to the efforts of Ganna Smirnova. (The Hindu) 08/17/2011
  • Hydraulic Turbines - Ukraine (Sacramento Bee/PRNewswire) 08/17/2011
  • Ukraine's Crimean PM dies [Vasyl Dzharty] (Philippine Star) 08/17/2011
  • Ukraine: Kernel purchased Russkie masla for 60 mln USD (Agrimarket Consulting) 08/17/2011
  • Renova in Talks to Buy Ukrainian Metals Assets, Kommersant Says (Bloomberg) 08/17/2011
  • Rebrov among Ukraine's new Friends of EURO (UEFA) 08/17/2011
  • My close call with baby ring. Near-victim alerted FBI (NY Post) 08/17/2011
  • The Return of the Cossacks: Russia's Warrior Clan Wants Its Old Country Back (Time) 08/17/2011
  • Zvernennia do zakordonnoho Ukrainstva (ukrainians.ca) 08/17/2011
  • Obama assures Yanukovych that US will continue deepening strategic partnership with Ukraine (Interfax-Russia) 08/17/2011
  • U.S. President Obama congratulates President Yanukovych on Ukraine's independence 20th anniversary (ForUm) 08/17/2011
  • Strong Ukraine part to merge with Regions (Ukrainian Journal) 08/17/2011
  • Gongadze murder suspect's trial should be open to public [dated 8/16/2011] (CPJ) 08/17/2011
  • Ukraine Reacts to Gas Model (The Moscow Times) 08/17/2011
  • Azarov rejects Gazprom proposal Ukraine surrender its natgas pipelines (Ukrainian Journal) 08/17/2011
  • Ukrainian Activists Worried About Extensive Police Training (RFE/RL) 08/17/2011
  • Ex-Ukrainian leader Yushchenko testifies at Tymoshenko trial (RIA Novosti) 08/17/2011
  • Ukraine ex-president [Yushchenko] testifies against Tymoshenko (Google/AFP) 08/17/2011
  • Tymoshenko refuses to question Yuschenko 'to avoid squabble in court' (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/17/2011
  • Former Ukraine president [Yushchenko] slams ex-PM at trial (Yahoo/AP) 08/17/2011
  • Sokolovsky: Tymoshenko had right to give instructions to Naftogaz head to hold talks with Russia (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/17/2011
  • Yushchenko: Putin offered Tymoshenko a contract with gas price at $250 (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/17/2011
  • Bidders on coal company properties told to submit disclosures (Ukrainian Journal) 08/17/2011
  • Tax officials deny reports of harassing Odessa's Stalknat-Silur (Ukrainian Journal) 08/17/2011
  • Gorbachev says Russia needs change (updated) (Kyiv Post/AP) 08/17/2011

  • Gongadze murder suspect's trial should be open to public (CPJ) 08/16/2011
  • Yuschenko to be summoned to court for Tymoshenko's trial again (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/16/2011
  • Tymoshenko's Trial Spawns Topless Protest (Voice of America) 08/16/2011
  • Ukraine Activists Hound Council Over Dog Poisonings (RFE/RL) 08/16/2011
  • Poverty, migration mark life in western Ukraine (Kyiv Post) 08/16/2011
  • UEFA president to inspect Ukraine on Sept. 26-27 (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/16/2011
  • Black market baby-selling ring broken up by socialite who paid $180000 for her son (Daily Mail) 08/16/2011
  • Ukraine Jan-July GDP grows 5 pct - report (Reuters) 08/16/2011
  • Black Iron Provides Ukraine Update (NASDAQ) 08/16/2011
  • Ukraine acts to lift exports of growing grain crop (Agrimoney.com) 08/16/2011
  • Ukraine harvests 33.7 million tons of grain (UkrAgroConsult) 08/16/2011
  • Opposition wants German visa ban for several Kyiv judges (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/16/2011
  • Ukraine rejects Belarusian model of gas cooperation with Russia (RIA Novosti) 08/16/2011
  • Boyko: Ukraine cannot cancel 2009 gas contracts unilaterally (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/16/2011
  • Ukraine poses dilemma for Brussels (Financial Times) 08/16/2011
  • Yanukovych's book to be released by 20th anniversary of Ukrainian independence (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/16/2011
  • Protestors and police ready for Aug. 24 (Ukrainian Journal) 08/16/2011
  • The artistic heritage of the Potockis. Works of European importance in the collection of the Vinnytsia Art Museum (The Day) 08/16/2011
  • Ukrainian Home to exhibit Peoples Artists. A bit of transparency for state awards (The Day) 08/16/2011
  • Rights activist: Over 20 cases of political persecution in Ukraine (Kyiv Post) 08/16/2011
  • Bare-breast protest at Ukraine trial (Kyiv Post/Reuters) 08/16/2011
  • Jailed former Ukrainian leader warns oppressed nation will revolt (New Zealand Herald) 08/16/2011
  • Police exercises: for Euro 2012 or for crushing protest? (UHHRU) 08/16/2011
  • US tipped off Gorbachev about Kremlin coup, but he didn't believe it till he was toppled (ANI/Yahoo) 08/16/2011
  • Ukrainians still better off than in late 1990s, study shows (Ukrainian Journal) 08/16/2011
  • Gas contracts with Russia were economically disadvantageous (NRCU) 08/16/2011
  • Gazprom chief calls on Ukrainians to surrender natural gas pipelines (Ukrainian Journal) 08/16/2011
  • Belarus gas deal could be a warning to Ukraine (The Moscow News) 08/16/2011
  • Gazprom Advocating Belarus-Like Co-Operation With Ukraine (Ukrainian News Agency) 08/16/2011
  • Gas fuels Ukraine's political strife. By David Marples (Edmonton Journal) 08/16/2011
  • Kommersant: Moscow pressures Kiev to make concessions about Minsk (Focus News) 08/16/2011
  • Government to introduce new coal mine safety regime next month (Ukrainian Journal) 08/16/2011
  • Agro holding vs. farmer. Which of them will win in the land market rivalry? (The Day) 08/16/2011
  • GlobalLogic and BMC Software Partner to Expand Product Engineering Lab in Kyiv, Ukraine (MarketWatch) 08/16/2011
  • LED lighting to be tested in cities hosting Euro 2012, says Ukrainian premier (Interfax-Russia) 08/16/2011
  • Euro 2012 venue in Gdansk unveiled (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/16/2011
  • St. Josaphat's gets ready for Ukrainian Festival (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) 08/16/2011
  • Ukraine: bill to stop 'propoganda by homosexualism' (Star Observer) 08/16/2011

  • Ukrainian society 20 years after independence: freer, more selfish (Kyiv Post) 08/15/2011
  • Opposition forces planning marches in Kyiv on Independence Day (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/15/2011
  • Some 26600 draftees to join Ukrainian army in fall (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/15/2011
  • Ukraine Detained International Ring for 30 Women Trafficking (Bloomberg) 08/15/2011
  • Ukraine Trial Uniting Ukraine's Political Opposition (Voice of America) 08/15/2011
  • Human rights report slams Ukraines trials against former government officials (Kyiv Post) 08/15/2011
  • Donbass Donestsk's Tsaregorodtsev loses control in brawl with HK Nitra (ESPN) 08/15/2011
  • Foreign Direct Investment to Ukraine Increases Fivefold (Sacramento Bee/PRNewswire) 08/15/2011
  • Ukraines Intellectuals against Yanukovych (World Affairs Journal) 08/15/2011
  • Into The Black Heart Of Ukrainian Politics (Sabotage Times) 08/15/2011
  • Ukraine reports rise in FDI (RBC News) 08/15/2011
  • USDA boosts latest Ukraine grain harvest 11.6% to 47.3 million tons (Ukrainian Journal) 08/15/2011
  • Government awaiting EUR200m from EBRD for hydroelectric plants (Ukrainian Journal) 08/15/2011
  • IMF mission to visit Ukraine this month to discuss Stand-By lending (Ukrainian Journal) 08/15/2011
  • Neymar: Brazilian Star to Ukranian Champs Shakhtar Donetsk? (Bleacher Report) 08/15/2011
  • Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia: A Family Reunited? [Dated 8/10/2011] (Transitions Online) 08/15/2011
  • German skepticism high as Ukraine's 20th anniversary nears (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/15/2011
  • Ukraine's Joan of Arc. Yulia Tymoshenko isnt afraid to be a martyr. She may soon get her chance. (Newsweek) 08/15/2011
  • Tymoshenko campaign opens Facebook page (Ukrainian Journal) 08/15/2011
  • Ukraine's ex-PM voices hope that 'authoritarian' enemies will fail (The Independent) 08/15/2011
  • Svoboda Party leader Tiahnybok ready to bail out Tymoshenko (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/15/2011
  • Police: About 550 supporters and opponents of Tymoshenko near Pechersky court (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/15/2011
  • Media: Yushchenko refuses to provide testimony in Tymoshenko's trial (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/15/2011
  • Sudbury Garlic Festival celebrates 20th anniversary [The festival celebrates locally grown garlic featured in a variety of dishes, many of them of Ukrainian origin.] (Sudbury Star) 08/15/2011
  • Ashgabat, Kiev to hold intergovernmental negotiations (Trend News Agency) 08/15/2011
  • Activ Solar Announces 80 Megawatt Solar Project In Ukraine (Oil & Gas) 08/15/2011
  • Household appliances and electronics market in Ukraine could expand to $9 b in five years, says expert (Interfax-Russia) 08/15/2011
  • Ukraine's Shevchenko sidelined with broken jaw (Reuters/Yahoo) 08/15/2011
  • Chernovetsky's wife files divorce lawsuit (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/15/2011
  • 'Fascist fans fuel fears for Ukraine's Euro 2012 hosting' [fans of Ukrainian leaders Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych called fascists and neo-nazi?] (RT) 08/15/2011
  • Sociologist: Ukrainians happy only when they can 'buy everything' (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/15/2011

  • Russia-Ukraine: honeymoon is over (The Voice of Russia) 08/14/2011
  • Evgeny Tsaregorodtsev Loses It: Ukraine Goalie Goes Crazy During Hockey Brawl (VIDEO) (Huffington Post) 08/14/2011
  • Europe's Largest Solar Farm to Reach 100K MWh Output by Year-end (CleanTechnica) 08/14/2011
  • Getting an education abroad should not be part of an 'exit strategy' (Kyiv Post) 08/14/2011
  • Scam targeted surrogates as well as couples (Los Angeles Times) 08/14/2011
  • Ukrainian Independence Day to be celebrated in America (Kyiv Post) 08/14/2011
  • Chinese Media Minimizes Military Value of Aircraft Carrier (VOA) 08/14/2011
  • Ukrainian Voices From Abroad: Ivan Batiouk (Kyiv Post) 08/14/2011
  • Kuzio urges boycott of Ukrainian embassy events worldwide (Kyiv Post) 08/14/2011
  • Ukrainian Voices From Abroad: Tetyana Bovkun (Kyiv Post) 08/14/2011
  • Yanukovych arrived in Sochi on working visit (Unian) 08/14/2011
  • Uncertain World: Ukraine continues to chase two hares (RIA Novosti) 08/14/2011
  • Ukrainian president calls for out of court gas price settlement (RIA Novosti) 08/14/2011
  • Russian prosecutors ready to extradite Landik to Ukraine, according to Kyiv (Kyiv Post) 08/14/2011
  • Court turns down Tymoshenko motion challenging prosecutors (Kyiv Post) 08/14/2011

  • Essays offer insights into Ukrainian-Canadian experience (Winnipeg Free Press) 08/13/2011
  • Kids get to see Great American Circus with donated tickets (Press of Atlantic City) 08/13/2011
  • A World Champion Who Could Be a Contender in Ukraine (New York Times) 08/13/2011
  • Russia, Ukraine 'heading for new gas conflict' (Macau Daily Times) 08/13/2011
  • Rome alarmed at development of proceedings against Tymoshenko (Kyiv Post/AP) 08/13/2011
  • Tymoshenko fears death in prison (UPI) 08/13/2011

  • Germany Upbraids Ukraine Over Arrest of Former Prime Minister Tymoshenko (Bloomberg) 08/12/2011
  • Ukraine planning to gather 8.5 million tons of vegetables in 2011 (UkrAgroConsult) 08/12/2011
  • Ukraine to Get 400 Million Euros for HydroPower From EBRD, EIB (San Francisco Chronicle/Bloomberg) 08/12/2011
  • Social inclusion of migrant workers critical to preventing human trafficking (OSCE) 08/12/2011
  • Expert: Visa facilitation with EU to help Ukrainian migrant workers return home more often (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/12/2011
  • Foreign Ministry: Criminal case against Library of Ukrainian Literature in Moscow closed [Court ordered the Russian law enforcement agencies to return the books and servers that were seized during the investigation] (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/12/2011
  • No gas talk breakthrough apparent after Yanukovych-Medevedev meeting (Ukrainian Journal) 08/12/2011
  • Ukraine sees 32.3% increase in electricity exports through July 31 (Ukrainian Journal) 08/12/2011
  • An-70 aircraft program reported delayed due to financing lack (Ukrainian Journal) 08/12/2011
  • Medvedev keeps quiet on Yulia after Sochi (Ukrainian Journal) 08/12/2011
  • Ukraine Home of Europe's Largest Solar Power Plant (Domestic Fuel) 08/12/2011
  • China, Ukraine pledge to strengthen cooperation (Xinhua) 08/12/2011
  • Russia urges Ukraine not to politicize gas deliveries (RIA Novosti) 08/12/2011
  • A new gas war looms as presidents gridlock (Moscow News) 08/12/2011
  • Expectations vary for soccer games (Kyiv Post) 08/12/2011
  • New phase completed on Ukraine solar plant (UPI.com) 08/12/2011
  • Kiev court rejects appeal to free Tymoshenko (West Australian) 08/12/2011
  • Ukraine may export 24 mln tonnes of grain in 2011/2012 - prime minister (UkrAgroConsult) 08/12/2011
  • Ukrainian Lukachuk takes charge of Kraft Foods' regional business (Kyiv Post) 08/12/2011
  • A choice for Ukraine (Washington Post) 08/12/2011
  • Everyone wonders: What's the purpose of China's new aircraft carrier? (Shanghaiist) 08/12/2011
  • Ukraine rejects concerns of West over trial of former PM (Irish Times) 08/12/2011
  • Baku Protests 'Irresponsible' Remarks (RFE/RL) 08/12/2011
  • A Homecoming For Russia's Mr. Fix-It? (RFE/RL) 08/12/2011
  • Ukrainian Experts Say Kyiv Correct In Selling Carrier To China (RFE/RL) 08/12/2011
  • Armenian Police Arrest HAK Activists (RFE/RL) 08/12/2011
  • Poland Admits Role In Activist's Arrest (RFE/RL) 08/12/2011
  • Moldovan Coalition Party Suggests Solution To Political Deadlock (RFE/RL) 08/12/2011
  • Lukashenka Pardons 9 For Protests (RFE/RL) 08/12/2011

  • One Mohel, 13 Years, 4,500 Circumcisions (Chabad) 08/11/2011
  • Editorial: A choice for Ukraine (Wash Post) 08/11/2011
  • Ukraine president says can't interfere in ex-PM's trial (Reuters/Yahoo) 08/11/2011
  • Moscow, Kiev should settle border issue, Medvedev says (RBC News) 08/11/2011
  • Arsenal open talks with Shakhtar Donetsk over cut-price Jadson deal (Tribalfootball) 08/11/2011
  • Mary S. Dicky, 90, teacher, guidance counselor (Buffalo News) 08/11/2011
  • Anti-gay bill introduced in Ukraine (Pride Source) 08/11/2011
  • British rioters young, alienated (Philadelphia Inquirer) 08/11/2011
  • New Saint of Ukrainian Orthodox Church - Eutropia (Isayenkova) (RISU) 08/11/2011
  • Up to 30,000 Hasidim to visit Uman (RISU) 08/11/2011
  • Ukrainian Experts Say Kyiv Correct In Selling Carrier To China (RFE/RL) 08/11/2011
  • Ukraine expecting compromise with IMF by next month, says official (Ukrainian Journal) 08/11/2011
  • Prime minister directs cabinet to discuss safety at coal mines (Ukrainian Journal) 08/11/2011
  • Failure to revise gas deal will seriously undermine ties, PM warns (Ukrainian Journal) 08/11/2011
  • The Tymoshenko Reality Show [dated 8/10/11] (RFE/RL) 08/11/2011
  • Russian, Ukrainian Presidents Meeting In Sochi (RFE/RL) 08/11/2011
  • Ukraine to cut Gazprom's umbilical cord? (OilPrice) 08/11/2011
  • Research and Markets: OECD Investment Policy Reviews: Ukraine 2011 (Sun Herald) 08/11/2011
  • The last million... Harvest time is close to its finish in Ukraine. (The Day) 08/11/2011
  • Medvedev to take up ex-PM cause in Sochi (Ukrainian Journal) 08/11/2011
  • Foreign Ministry: Negotiations on Association Agreement with EU going smoothly (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/11/2011
  • Vitali KLITSCHKO: Ukraine trials resemble no-holds-barred fighting (The Day) 08/11/2011
  • Uncertain World: Ukraine continues to chase two hares (RIA Novosti) 08/11/2011
  • Court to continue hearing Lutsenko's case on Aug. 18 (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/11/2011
  • Ukraine ex-president Yushchenko lobbied for 'thieving gas firm' (RIA Novosti) 08/11/2011
  • Yushchenko to arrive in Ukraine on Aug. 15, says his press secretary (updated) (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/11/2011
  • Tigipko: Tymoshenko trial complicates Ukraine's negotiations with EU (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/11/2011
  • Tymoshenko insists on combining her case with 2009 gas customs clearance case (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/11/2011
  • Yanukovych assures Czech president of impartiality of Tymoshenko's trial (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/11/2011
  • Visegrad Group expresses concern over Tymoshenko arrest (Warsaw Business Journal) 08/11/2011
  • PACE rapporteurs express concern about Tymoshenko arrest (Kyiv Post) 08/11/2011
  • OSCE PA President Efthymiou expresses concern over detention of Yuliya Tymoshenko (OSCE PA) 08/11/2011
  • Pechersky court questions ex-First Deputy Prime Minister Turchynov on Tymoshenko case (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/11/2011
  • French Foreign Ministry expresses concern over Tymoshenko arrest (RIA Novosti) 08/11/2011

  • Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia: A Family Reunited? (Transitions Online) 08/10/2011
  • Ukrainian Catholic University Concerned About Future of Democracy in Ukraine (RISU) 08/10/2011
  • Ukraine goalie loses mind during fight (CBS Sports) 08/10/2011
  • Sweden beats Ukraine 1-0 in friendly (FOX Sports/AP) 08/10/2011
  • China Begins Sea Trials of Its First Aircraft Carrier (NY Times) 08/10/2011
  • U.S. to China: Why Do You Need an Aircraft Carrier? (ABC News) 08/10/2011
  • Europe's Largest Solar Power Plant to Open in Ukraine (PRNewswire) 08/10/2011
  • 'Baby-selling ring' lawyer pleads guilty (CBC News) 08/10/2011
  • Administration: Tents on Khreschatyk could be removed without use of force (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/10/2011
  • Czech president [Vaclav Klaus] doubts fairness of Tymoshenko trial (RIA Novosti) 08/10/2011
  • US Ambassador to Ukraine Requests Meeting With Jailed Tymoshenko (Voice of America) 08/10/2011
  • Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church leader asks court to release Tymoshenko from custody (RISU) 08/10/2011
  • Even In Prison, Tymoshenko Keeping Up Appearances (RFE/RL) 08/10/2011
  • Tymoshenko's Arrest Makes Ukraine Look Even More Like Belarus And Russia (Business Insider) 08/10/2011
  • The Tymoshenko Reality Show (RFE/RL) 08/10/2011
  • Holodomor Memorial Project Launched in Washington, DC (BRAMA) 08/10/2011
  • Op-ed: Russian Truth (BRAMA) 08/10/2011
  • Odessa’s Stalkanat-Silur fighting off seizure following fraud probe (Ukrainian Journal) 08/10/2011
  • Austria’s Activ Solar to boost Crimean plant capacity to 80MW in 2011 (Ukrainian Journal) 08/10/2011
  • Ukrainian stocks take drubbing amid turmoil in global markets (Ukrainian Journal) 08/10/2011
  • US again calls for Tymoshenko’s release (Ukrainian Journal) 08/10/2011
  • Ukraine : Independence Day Concert with Euro Stars (esctoday.com) 08/10/2011
  • Tymoshenko denounces 'machine of repression' at trial (Ottawa Citizen) 08/10/2011
  • Esctoday.com: Ukrainian Independence Day concert with Euro Stars (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • Party of Regions statement: What is Tymoshenko accused of and tried for? (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • Ria Novosti: Czech president doubts fairness of Tymoshenko trial (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • Media: U.S. ambassador asking Ukrainian Foreign Ministry to help him visit Tymoshenko in jail (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • Tymoshenko delivered to court (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • Ghana international on Aston Villa radar (fansfc.com) 08/10/2011
  • Cabinet to consider safety at mines at next cabinet meeting (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • My Independence Day story: Mark Rachkevych (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • Premier shares alarm of Russian economists on state of economic cooperation between Ukraine, Russia (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • Azarov shares alarm on Ukrainian-Russian economic realations (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • Analysts: Tymoshenko's sentence will affect Ukrainian relations with West (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • What it means to be Ukrainian: Oksana Markina's story (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • Ukrtelecom applies to Radio and Television Council to get IPTV license (Interfax) 08/10/2011
  • Medvedev, Yanukovych to Discuss Customs Union, Energy Tomorrow (Bloomberg) 08/10/2011
  • Even In Prison, Tymoshenko Managing To Keep Up Appearances (RFE/RL) 08/10/2011
  • Prosecutor General's Office: Korniychuk, his lawyer misinforming media (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • Early grain harvest in Ukraine could reach 34m t in 2011, says minister (Interfax) 08/10/2011
  • BP irked by TNK-BP operations (UPI.com) 08/10/2011
  • Ukrainian Grain Harvest Reaches 32.8 Million Tons, Ministry Says (Bloomberg) 08/10/2011
  • Passengers of AeroSvit's Toronto-Kyiv flight delayed for two days (Interfax) 08/10/2011
  • San Diego attorney pleads guilty in 'baby-selling ring' (LA Times) 08/10/2011
  • UN refused to create the global reserve of milling grains in Ukraine (UNIAN) 08/10/2011
  • Ukraine to Begin Commercial Gold Mining (PR Newswire) 08/10/2011
  • Kelly: Serena's service doesn't come with a smile (Toronto Star) 08/10/2011
  • Azarov shares alarm on Ukrainian-Russian economic realations (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • Supporters gather in Kiev tent camp as Tymoshenko trial resumes (RIA Novosti) 08/10/2011
  • Ukraine's managed democracy (EUobserver.com) 08/10/2011
  • Research and Markets: Luxury Watch Market in Russian and Ukraine (Business Wire) 08/10/2011
  • 3 plead guilty in California 'baby-selling ring' (Associated Press) 08/10/2011
  • China Starts Aircraft Carrier Sea Trial (Wall Street Journal) 08/10/2011
  • Volleyball: Former FGCU player Racila leads USA Deaf Team to 2011 Friendship (Naples Daily News) 08/10/2011
  • Serena sends warning shot to rivals with "evolved" game (Reuters) 08/10/2011
  • French Embassy: No scandal over ambassador's departure (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • Azarov Calling On Development Domestic Diaper And Condom Production (Ukrainian News Agency) 08/10/2011
  • Four EU Nations Criticize Tymoshenko Arrest in Ukraine (VOA) 08/10/2011
  • The Call: Kyiv plays heavy politics (Foreign Policy) 08/10/2011
  • All things Ukrainian arrive in Horsham Aug. 21 (Montgomery Newspapers) 08/10/2011
  • Czech President wants reassurance Tymoshenko trial not political (Czech Happenings) 08/10/2011
  • Yatseniuk says preparations underway to disperse demonstrations in Kyiv (Interfax) 08/10/2011
  • Analyst: Yanukovych, Medvedev could talk about Tymoshenko in Sochi (Interfax) 08/10/2011
  • Police: Question of dismantling tent camp on Khreschatyk Street in Kyiv (Kyiv Post) 08/10/2011
  • Ukraine started the harvesting campaign of late grains (Agrimarket Consulting) 08/10/2011
  • Armenian Kiosk Owners Protest Forced Closures (RFE/RL) 08/10/2011
  • Global Poll Finds Strong Pro-Russian Sentiment In Armenia (RFE/RL) 08/10/2011
  • Russian Police 'Reluctant To Probe' Assault Of Conservationists (RFE/RL) 08/10/2011
  • 4 Killed In Gas Explosion In Azerbaijan (RFE/RL) 08/10/2011
  • Moscow Taxi Drivers Protest New Regulations (RFE/RL) 08/10/2011

  • Yanukovych to meet with Russian president in Sochi later this week (Ukrainian Journal) 08/09/2011
  • Experts more bullish on 2012 growth prospects, says government (Ukrainian Journal) 08/09/2011
  • Naftogaz and Italy’s ENI sign Black Sea shelf exploration deal (Ukrainian Journal) 08/09/2011
  • Riot cops disperse Tymoshenko supporters (Ukrainian Journal) 08/09/2011
  • Russia echoes criticism of Ukraine's move to jail former prime minister (Irish Times) 08/09/2011
  • Kyiv Court Refuses To Repeal Yulia Tymoshenko's Arrest (RTT News) 08/09/2011
  • Ukraine finishing early crops harvesting, starts late crops harvesting (Kyiv Post) 08/09/2011
  • Court refuses to let Tymoshenko free (Kyiv Post) 08/09/2011
  • Judge Keeps Ukraine Opposition Leader Jailed, Sparking Protest and Petitions (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) 08/09/2011
  • Influential U.S. senator condemns Tymoshenko arrest (Kyiv Post) 08/09/2011
  • Ukrainian opposition create Dictatorship Resistance Committee (Kyiv Post) 08/09/2011
  • Sunday - Catholic Weekly: Credit unions in Ukraine (Kyiv Post) 08/09/2011
  • Ukrainian Canadian Congress condemns politically motivated arrest of Tymoshenko (Unian) 08/09/2011
  • West - no protector for Tymoshenko (Voice of Russia) 08/09/2011
  • There is little doubt that the embarrassing spectacle of the trial of former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko (Kyiv Post) 08/09/2011
  • Nobody told the world as many good things about Ukraine as the Slavic Pope did (The Day Weekly Digest) 08/09/2011
  • Ukrainian opposition create Dictatorship Resistance Committee (Interfax) 08/09/2011
  • BYTB MP Odarchenko: Tents Near Kyiv Pecherskyi District Court Cannot Be (Ukrainian News Agency) 08/09/2011
  • Israel, Ukraine to boost number of flights between countries to 42 per week (Interfax) 08/09/2011
  • Ukrainian World Congress urges international community to demand Tymoshenko's release (Interfax) 08/09/2011
  • Little things mean a lot in changing nation's image (Kyiv Post) 08/09/2011
  • Ukraine finishing early crops harvesting, starts late crops harvesting (Kyiv Post) 08/09/2011
  • Wawrinka opens Rogers Cup with victory over Nalbandian (TSN) 08/09/2011
  • Ukraine. 6.5 million hectares of land has no status (UkrAgroConsult) 08/09/2011
  • Jailing of Opposition Leader Stirs Debate in Ukraine (VOA) 08/09/2011
  • Stock Exchange Experts: Ukrainian Stock Indices Tumble Due To Meltdown (Ukrainian News Agency) 08/09/2011
  • Who will populate technopoleis? (The Day Weekly Digest) 08/09/2011
  • Tymoshenko's arrest brings her supporters to the streets - Kiev (Demotix) 08/09/2011
  • Ukraine short of 46000 doctors, says National Medical University rector (Interfax) 08/09/2011
  • Regal Petroleum confirms it can continue activities in Ukraine (Proactive Investors UK) 08/09/2011
  • Judge Keeps Ukraine Opposition Leader Jailed for Contempt (NY Times) 08/09/2011
  • Belarusian Seeks Asylum In Lithuania (RFE/RL) 08/09/2011
  • Exiled Ex-President Returns To Baku - Former Azerbaijani President Ayaz Mutallibov has returned to Baku after 19 years living in Moscow (RFE/RL) 08/09/2011
  • Tymoshenko Protests Continue In Ukraine, As Interested Moscow Looks On (RFE/RL) 08/09/2011
  • Police To Monitor Belarusian Journalist (RFE/RL) 08/09/2011

  • Ukraine is the number one in the world on exports of sunflower oil - 60% of ... (Edible Oil Report) 08/08/2011
  • Further slump of fruit and vegetable prices in Ukraine (Fruit-Inform) 08/08/2011
  • Agri Buzz: Ukraine Produces 31.05 Million Tonnes As On 5th August 2011 (IIFL) 08/08/2011
  • ENI agrees with Naftogaz on its possible participation in exploration of deposits in Ukraine (Interfax-Russia) 08/08/2011
  • Ukraine's Finance Ministry selects BNP Paribas to launch letters of credit to realize joint project with World Bank (Interfax-Russia) 08/08/2011
  • Kyiv administration assesses value of Energy Plant's reconstruction at UAH 250m (Interfax-Russia) 08/08/2011
  • Government considering court action to cancel Russian gas deal (Ukrainian Journal) 08/08/2011
  • New tax code revisions offer oil excise breaks to chemical companies (Ukrainian Journal) 08/08/2011
  • Hryschenko: Yuschenko-Medvedev meeting could have prevented 2009 gas crisis (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/08/2011
  • Tensions rise following Tymoshenko arrest (Ukrainian Journal) 08/08/2011
  • Tymoshenko trial raises serious concerns - EC delegation head (RIA Novosti) 08/08/2011
  • Ukraine judge refuses to free ex-PM from custody (Reuters) 08/08/2011
  • Ukraine court upholds former PM's detention (Aljazeera) 08/08/2011
  • Ukraine's high-stakes trial resumes amid protests (AFP/Google) 08/08/2011
  • US condemns arrest of Ukraine's Tymoshenko (Ynetnews/Reuters) 08/08/2011
  • Head of EU Delegation to Ukraine arrives at Pechersky district court (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/08/2011
  • Judge Refuses to Free Tymoshenko (Moscow Times/Reuters) 08/08/2011
  • Ukrainian intelligentsia asks court to release Yulia Tymoshenko (UNIAN) 08/08/2011
  • Three religious groups ask court to cancel Tymoshenkos arrest (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/08/2011
  • Tymoshenko's lawyer files third appeal for her release (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/08/2011
  • Poland condemns arrest of former Ukrainian PM Yulia Tymoshenko (Warsaw Business Journal) 08/08/2011
  • Zelensky leaves post of chief producer of Inter TV channel (Interfax-Russia) 08/08/2011
  • Healthcare reform in Ukraine could be realized from 2014, medical insurance introduced from 2015 (Interfax-Russia) 08/08/2011
  • Azarov does not doubt European future of Ukraine (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/08/2011
  • Ukraines international reserves rose slightly in July, NBU reports (Ukrainian Journal) 08/08/2011

  • Ukraine Tense Ahead of Tymoshenko Trial (Voice of America) 08/07/2011
  • Ukraines opposition calls for the creation of Resistance Committee after Tymoshenkos arrest (Channel 6 News) 08/07/2011
  • Court bans peaceful demonstrations in support of Tymoshenko (Kyiv Post) 08/07/2011
  • U.S. concerned at Tymoshenko arrest, hundreds protest (Reuters) 08/07/2011
  • Britain, U.S. Concerned Over Ex-Ukraine Prime Minister Arrest (RFE/RL) 08/07/2011
  • Vitali Klitschko Stops Camp, Fight is Not in Jeopardy (Boxing Scene) 08/07/2011
  • Ukrainian spirit comes to NY; top-shelf vodka hits liquor market (The Saratogian) 08/07/2011
  • Tensions in Ukraine after arrest of ex-PM (Gulf Times/AFP) 08/07/2011
  • Tensions rise in Ukraine after Tymoshenko arrest (AFP/Google) 08/07/2011

  • Statement from Yulia Tymoshenko (BRAMA) 08/06/2011
  • Tymoshenko Arrested and Detained in Custody (BRAMA) 08/06/2011
  • Tymoshenko arrest changes everything [op-ed, Taras Kuzio] (Kyiv Post) 08/06/2011
  • European Peoples Party: 'Tymoshenko arrest brings Ukraine one step closer to Soviet-style authoritarianism' (Kyiv Post) 08/06/2011
  • McCain: Tymoshenko arrest calls into question Kyivs commitment to democracy (Kyiv Post) 08/06/2011
  • Protest Set Over Arrest of a Leader in Ukraine (NY Times) 08/06/2011
  • Ex-Ukraine PM's allies protest dramatic arrest (AFP/Google) 08/06/2011

  • Freedom House condemns Tymoshenko arrest (Kyiv Post) 08/05/2011
  • Ukrainian coalmine blast was caused by engineer mistake: minister (Platts) 08/05/2011
  • Ukraine signs $140 million contact for supply of armored vehicles to Thailand (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/05/2011
  • Freedom House Denounces Arrest And Continued Harassment of Yulia Tymoshenko (Freedom House) 08/05/2011
  • Tymoshenkos address to the Ukrainian people, recorded before arrest (VIDEO) (Kyiv Post) 08/05/2011
  • Ex-Leader of Ukraine Is Held for Contempt; Activists See Purge in Progress (NY Times) 08/05/2011
  • Karpatnaftokhim suspension PVC facility to reach capacity next month (Ukrainian Journal) 08/05/2011
  • Another methane blast kills coal miner (Ukrainian Journal) 08/05/2011
  • Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan to sign Ukraine pipe deal by Oct. 1 (Ukrainian Journal) 08/05/2011
  • Karpatnaftokhim director calls for suspension PVC import duties (Ukrainian Journal) 08/05/2011
  • Some 26,600 draftees to join Ukrainian army in fall (Kyiv Post) 08/05/2011
  • Court hearing on Tymoshenko's case continues (Kyiv Post) 08/05/2011
  • Azarov comes to court as witness in Tymoshenko's case (Kyiv Post) 08/05/2011
  • Dynamo Kiev, Rangers bow out (NZCity) 08/05/2011
  • Ukrainian man to spend 35 days in cage with lion (New Kerala) 08/05/2011
  • Sleeping with lions (Sin Chew Jit Poh) 08/05/2011
  • Ukraine to build rehab for alcoholic bears (New Kerala) 08/05/2011
  • Ukraine to produce 17 mln tonnes of maize - Ministry of Agrarian Policy (AgriMarket) 08/05/2011
  • Azarov: No economic grounds for growth in prices of basic foodstuff (Kyiv Post) 08/05/2011
  • Yanukovych thanks Ukrainian intelligentsia for supporting his policy of reform and fighting corruption (Unian) 08/05/2011
  • Yanukovych sends birthday greetings to Obama (Kyiv Post) 08/05/2011
  • Ukrainian border services are ready to handle large numbers of tourists (Kyiv Post) 08/05/2011
  • Former Ukraine Leader Arrested on Contempt Charge (NY Times) 08/05/2011
  • Celebrating Ukrainian heritage (Sherwood Park News) 08/05/2011
  • Ukraine's fattiest treat gets trendy makeover (Sin Chew Jit Poh) 08/05/2011
  • City Life: Moscow versus Kyiv? For me, the smaller capital is more comfortable (Kyiv Post) 08/05/2011
  • Ukraine's Tymoshenko no longer understands Russian (RIA Novosti) 08/05/2011
  • Blast at eastern Ukraine mine kills 1, injures dozens (Channel 6 News Online) 08/05/2011
  • Ukraine In EU Security: An Undervalued Partner – Analysis (Eurasia Review) 08/05/2011
  • Swiss diplomat: Businesses face greater problems in Ukraine today (Kyiv Post) 08/05/2011
  • Jailed Belarusian Activist's Fiancee Also Jailed (RFE/RL) 08/05/2011
  • Moldova Seeks To Ease Gagauz Tensions (RFE/RL) 08/05/2011
  • Russian Suspect Saved From Lynching (RFE/RL) 08/05/2011
  • Shale Gas Sought In Armenia (RFE/RL) 08/05/2011
  • Step Aside, Acai: Could Siberian Berry Be The New 'Superfruit'? (RFE/RL) 08/05/2011

  • Ukraine to produce 17 mln tonnes of maize Ministry of Agrarian Policy (Agrimarket Consulting) 08/04/2011
  • Ferrexpo considers expanding out of Ukraine (Financial Times) 08/04/2011
  • Law unifies monopoly, securities, communications, energy regulators (Ukrainian Journal) 08/04/2011
  • Most flights on schedule despite pilot protest, Aerosvit reports (Ukrainian Journal) 08/04/2011
  • Amid global demand, major iron ore producer sees 111% H1 profit rise (Ukrainian Journal) 08/04/2011
  • Prime minister downplays hryvnia worries (Ukrainian Journal) 08/04/2011
  • Opposition protests against the cancellation of benefits for the poor (Kyiv Post) 08/04/2011
  • Yanukovych does not doubt decisions stripping Shukhevych, Bandera of Hero titles (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/04/2011
  • Top Lviv official wants Bandera, Shukhevych celebrated on Ukraine Independence Day (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/04/2011
  • Museum welcomes new president; Fall courses and workshops; Current exhibitions; Escape the late-summer heat ; Suggested summer reading; Photo gallery (The Ukrainian Museum) 08/04/2011
  • Ogryzko claims that Tymoshenko exceeded powers at 2009 gas talks (Kyiv Post) 08/04/2011
  • Ukraine to revamp coalmine safety system after accidents, PM says (Platts) 08/04/2011
  • Ukraine Methane Blast Injures 26; Third Mine Accident in Week (Bloomberg) 08/04/2011
  • Rangers, Dynamo Kiev Exit Champions League Soccer, Benfica Makes Playoffs (Bloomberg) 08/04/2011
  • Yanukovych sends birthday greetings to Obama (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/04/2011
  • Kiev's vanishing mayor 'reappears in Israel' [Leonid Chernovetsky] (AFP/Google) 08/04/2011
  • Ukraine to deliver to Russia up to 500 thousand tons of sugar (UkrAgroConsult) 08/04/2011

  • Ukrainian zoo owner plans five week stay in lion's cage (MSNBC) 08/03/2011
  • Ukraine to free 'drinking' bears (BBC) 08/03/2011
  • Ukraine zookeeper to live in lions' cage for five weeks (AFP/Google) 08/03/2011
  • Rangers and Kiev flop in Champions League (AFP/Google) 08/03/2011
  • Letter: Ex-Ukrainian PM Tymoshenko Trial Destruction of Ukraine's Democracy (LOCAL2 Sault Ste. Marie) 08/03/2011
  • Azarov vows to ensure hryvnia stability (NRCU) 08/03/2011
  • Ukraine Grain Exports Fall to an 'Unprecedented Low,' Group Says (Bloomberg) 08/03/2011
  • Ukrainian Court Rejects 'Hero' Status For Nationalist Leaders (RFE/RL) 08/03/2011
  • Cabinet Guarantees Financial Stability For Citizens And Business (Ukrainian News Agency) 08/03/2011
  • Ukrainian physiologist creates simulators for mothers-to-be (Xinhua) 08/03/2011
  • Ukraine's Antonov to Produce 2 Jets By Year-End, Deputy PM Says (Bloomberg) 08/03/2011
  • Ukrainian Bureaucrat Rips Off Steve Jobs' Speech (PC World) 08/03/2011
  • Aping Steve Jobs: just semantics? (Financial Times) 08/03/2011
  • Batkivschyna Party: Tymoshenko could be accused of murders of Hetman and Scherban (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/03/2011
  • Ukrainian Voices From Abroad: Alesya Tominaga (Kyiv Post) 08/03/2011
  • Ukrainian Voices From Abroad: Olena Surdii (Kyiv Post) 08/03/2011
  • Shukhevych's son to appeal to the European Court of Human Rights (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/03/2011
  • Ukraine's fattiest treat gets trendy makeover [salo] (AFP/Google) 08/03/2011
  • Ukraine to save bears from forced vodka drinking (London Free Press) 08/03/2011
  • Azarov ashamed of conditions in Makiyivka hospital, where injured miners hospitalized (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/03/2011
  • Supply problems may follow mining accidents, says industry official (Ukrainian Journal) 08/03/2011
  • President signs new law affecting land use and ownership rights (Ukrainian Journal) 08/03/2011
  • Natfogaz to buy another offshore oil rig despite corruption charges (Ukrainian Journal) 08/03/2011
  • Stripping of Bandera decorations upheld (Ukrainian Journal) 08/03/2011
  • Ukrainian Court Rejects 'Hero' Status For Nationalist Leaders (RFE/RL) 08/03/2011

  • Ukrayina znimaiet II miesto v Ievropie po mashtabam briemieni tuberkuloza [Ukraine's tuberculosis burden is the second highest among European countries; article in Russian] (Remedium) 08/02/2011
  • Why Do EU Countries' Ratings Deteriorate and Ukraine's... Improve? (Market Leader) 08/02/2011
  • Graphics Card Museum Gives Geeks Another Excuse to Travel (PCWorld) 08/02/2011
  • Ukrainian orphans find the meaning of family in St. Tammany (NOLA) 08/02/2011
  • Introduction of State Land Registry Brings Ukraine Closer to Free Land Market (PRNewswire) 08/02/2011
  • Higher Administrative Court rules Bandera's Hero of Ukraine title illegal (Kyiv Post/Interfax-Russia) 08/02/2011
  • Tyson not ready to unleash Fury on Klitschko (ESPN) 08/02/2011
  • Ukrainian Journalist's Apartment Set On Fire (RFE/RL) 08/02/2011
  • Yanukovych will jail me before Independence Day, Tymoshenko predicts (Ukrainian Journal) 08/02/2011
  • Kharkiv governor calls on Malyshev officials to pay Iraqi fines (Ukrainian Journal) 08/02/2011
  • Cabinet okays agreement with Russia on handling BSF emergencies (Ukrainian Journal) 08/02/2011
  • Russian president cancels Crimean visit (Ukrainian Journal) 08/02/2011
  • Vessel with Ukrainians on board sinks near Singapore, all rescued (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Detroit Free Press: Ukrainian nightclub owner tried bribing official before extradition back to U.S. (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Media mogul's "son beat up" woman (Pretoria News) 08/02/2011
  • Ukrainian Voices From Abroad: Anastasia Haydulina (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Ukrainian Voices From Abroad: Maryna Kumeda (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Yanukovych signs law on state land cadastre (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Ukrainian Voices From Abroad: Iryna Kepych (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Top Ukrainian poultry producer nabs Kraft top executive (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Ukrainian Voices From Abroad: Violeta Dubau (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • National day of mourning in Ukraine for 37 dead in mine incidents (CNN) 08/02/2011
  • World Affairs Journal: The irrationality of Ukrainian officialdom (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Makiyivvuhillia mine recovery to take 16 months (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Key political risks to watch in Ukraine (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Ukrainian peacekeepers transporting equipment from Kosovo due to stabilization of situation (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Ukrainian bankers: USA will avoid default, hryvnia will remain stable (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Tymoshenko to ask to disregard Yekhanurov's testimony in gas case (Interfax) 08/02/2011
  • Ukrainian security services occupy Rosava tire plant (Tire Business) 08/02/2011
  • 173rd Airborne BCT Soldiers jump into Ukraine with Paratroopers from 5 Nations (DoD Live) 08/02/2011
  • Ukraine to Increase Sugar Refining as Farmers Plant More Beets (Bloomberg) 08/02/2011
  • Russian officials: Landik now in hands of Ukrainian law enforcement (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Ukraine Muslims observe holy Ramadan (Press TV) 08/02/2011
  • Ukraine's $100 mln vegetable exports in lean 2010 (Agricultural Marketing Project) 08/02/2011
  • A job that kills (The Day Weekly Digest) 08/02/2011
  • Ukraine Gives Japan Dosimeters, Masks as Radiation Fears Persist (Bloomberg) 08/02/2011
  • UEFA Champions League, Third Round Qualifying: Dynamo Kiev, Rangers Attempt (SB Nation) 08/02/2011
  • Orthodox Patriarch calls for reconciliation of Russia and Georgia (The Christian Century) 08/02/2011
  • Strip club owner Veniamin Gonikman fled to Ukraine to escape human trafficking (Detroit Free Press) 08/02/2011
  • Herald Palladium: From the Ukraine to the US (Kyiv Post) 08/02/2011
  • Ukrainian nightclub owner tried bribing official before extradition back to US (Detroit Free Press) 08/02/2011
  • Tymoshenko Trial Marked with Disorder in Kiev [PHOTOS] (International Business Times) 08/02/2011
  • Russia Targets Asia With Cheapest Wheat After Lifting Putin's Export Ban (Bloomberg) 08/02/2011
  • Ukraine Harvested 30 Million Tons of Grains, Ministry Says (Bloomberg) 08/02/2011
  • Probe Launched Into Moscow River Deaths (RFE/RL) 08/02/2011
  • New Russian Law Signals Tougher Anti-Abortion Stance, Could Spark Social Divide (RFE/RL) 08/02/2011

  • Exposing Injustices, the Real-Life Kind [Film 'The Whistleblower' (director Larysa Kondracki) about UN and State Dept. complicity in sex-trafficking of Ukrainians and other East-Europeans. Dated 7/31/2011] (NY Times) 08/01/2011
  • Government losing control over economy, according to opposition MP (Ukrainian Journal) 08/01/2011
  • Ukraine postpones LNG terminal feasibility tender, citing demand (Ukrainian Journal) 08/01/2011
  • Administration denies allegations of orchestrating Tymoshenko trial (Ukrainian Journal) 08/01/2011
  • 24 killed, 6 injured in mining accidents (Ukrainian Journal) 08/01/2011
  • World Affairs Journal: The irrationality of Ukrainian officialdom (Kyiv Post) 08/01/2011
  • Death toll rises to 18 in Ukrainian mine blast (RIA Novosti) 08/01/2011
  • Thousands gather for annual Ukrainian Festival (YNN Syracuse) 08/01/2011
  • Thousands enjoy Ukrainian hospitality (Elmira Star-Gazette) 08/01/2011
  • National day of mourning in Ukraine for 37 dead in mine incidents (CNN) 08/01/2011
  • Families flock to Ukrainian seminary day (Pottsville Republican & Herald) 08/01/2011
  • Judge to rule in ivory case (Boston Globe) 08/01/2011
  • Russian Special Forces could be interested in Ukrainian weapon (Kyiv Post) 08/01/2011
  • Ukrainian woman tells of threats; fiance jailed (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette) 08/01/2011
  • Government sets value of several types of insurance licenses (Kyiv Post) 08/01/2011
  • 24 dead, 13 missing in Ukraine twin mine tragedies (Straits Times) 08/01/2011
  • FRANCE 24: Medvedev scraps Ukraine visit after gas merger fails (Kyiv Post) 08/01/2011
  • Ukrainian championship results and standings (Reuters) 08/01/2011
  • Financial Times: Ukrainian oligarch takes to the sky (Kyiv Post) 08/01/2011
  • Sargsyan condoles with Yanukovich over tragic events at 2 Ukrainian mines (PanARMENIAN.Net) 08/01/2011
  • Death toll rises to 32 in two Ukraine mine accidents (Bernama) 08/01/2011
  • Death toll in two mine accidents in Ukraine rises to 36 (RIA Novosti) 08/01/2011
  • Plant closing stuns Siler City, Mocksville (News & Observer) 08/01/2011
  • Judge to rule in ivory case (Boston Globe) 08/01/2011
  • Ukraine's June Current Account Gap Narrows to $188 Million (Bloomberg) 08/01/2011
  • Makiyivvuhillia mine recovery to take 16 months (Kyiv Post) 08/01/2011
  • France face Spain, England lucky (ESPN) 08/01/2011
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