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  • Eurotech Co-Sponsors 'Viktory for Kids' with Children of Chernobyl Relief Fund: Ice-skating benefit features Viktor Petrenko (BRAMA) 02/28/2001
  • Ukraine: Socialist leader visits USA, comments on tape scandal (BBC/FT) 02/28/2001
  • Bush urges Ukrainian leader to resolve crisis (BBC/FT) 02/28/2001
  • US president backs Ukraine's leader at 'testing' time (BBC/FT) 02/28/2001
  • Bush urges Ukrainian leader to settle crisis, uphold rule of law and democracy (BBC/FT) 02/28/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor accuses foreign secret services of plotting tape scandal (BBC/FT) 02/28/2001
  • International body says tapes in Ukraine scandal likely to be genuine (BBC/FT) 02/28/2001
  • Ukraine: International expert assessment supports tapes' authenticity, MP (BBC/FT) 02/28/2001
  • Ukraine: Voice-recognition test results on scandal tapes inconclusive (BBC/FT) 02/28/2001
  • Ukraine: Reputed oligarch advocates social protection, cooperation with Russia (BBC/FT) 02/28/2001
  • Polish Border Guard statistics show growing illegal migration in 2000 (BBC/FT) 02/28/2001
  • Paper analyzes press ownership in Ukrainian industrial Region (BBC/FT) 02/28/2001
  • Ukraine: Communist Party plans major anti-presidential protests 12-17 March (BBC/FT) 02/28/2001
  • LETTER: More unanswered questions over death of Ukrainian journalist (Financial Times) 02/28/2001
  • UN Study: World To Be Older, Poorer (AP/Excite) 02/28/2001

  • Ukraine Whistle-Blower, in Hiding, Keeps Up Fight (IH Tribune) 02/27/2001
  • Ukrainian President Denies Murder Allegations (Reuters/Russia Today) 02/27/2001
  • Ex-Bodyguard Says There Is No Greater Criminal Than Kuchma -- Part I: Motivations (RFE/RL) 02/27/2001
  • LEONID KUCHMA - LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Those responsible for journalist's death should be brought to justice (Financial Times) 02/27/2001
  • Crimean Muslims protest at Russian military (BBC/FT) 02/27/2001
  • Ukrainian MP alleges whistle-blower in tape scandal staying at NATO base (BBC/FT) 02/27/2001
  • Hungary: 43 illegal immigrants caught at Ukrainian border (BBC/FT) 02/27/2001
  • Slovakia to have more liberal visa regime with Ireland, Ukraine (BBC/FT) 02/27/2001
  • Immigration into Russia almost doubled in past five years (BBC/FT) 02/27/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor opens case into journalist's murder (BBC/FT) 02/27/2001
  • Headless corpse is missing Ukrainian journalist (Toronto Star) 02/27/2001
  • Kuchmagate: Ukraine's president is accused of ordering murder and intimidation, yet the west is not keen to comment (Guardian) 02/27/2001

  • Photo: Gongadze family portrait (AP/Yahoo) 02/26/2001
  • Prominent Swedish Human Rights Activist Speaks Out on Sex Trafficking and Violence Against Women (BusinessWire/Yahoo) 02/26/2001
  • Gorbachev Celebrates 70th Birthday (AP/Excite) 02/26/2001
  • Ukrainian president feels no change in US attitude towards him (BBC/FT) 02/26/2001
  • Ukraine MPs back call for jailed ex-minister's release (BBC/FT) 02/26/2001
  • Officer ready to reveal new compromising material against Ukraine's president (BBC/FT) 02/26/2001
  • Ukrainian president says 'shadow money' behind recent protests (BBC/FT) 02/26/2001
  • Ukraine: Journalist's mother appeals for meeting with president (BBC/FT) 02/26/2001
  • OSCE critical of investigation into missing Ukrainian journalist case (BBC/FT) 02/26/2001
  • Ukraine: Headless corpse officially identified as that of missing journalist (BBC/FT) 02/26/2001
  • Missing Ukrainian journalist nominated for OSCE prize in journalism (BBC/FT) 02/26/2001
  • Ukraine: Opposition party says mayor's arrest is political (BBC/FT) 02/26/2001
  • Ukrainian president faces calls to resign amid political crisis (FT/WSJ) 02/26/2001
  • From Under a Couch, an Effort to Stop Corruption in Ukraine (NY Times) 02/26/2001
  • 5,000 Protesters return in Ukraine (Financial Times) 02/26/2001

  • Ukraine launches fresh protests over journalist's death (This Is London) 02/25/2001
  • Photo: Opposition protesters carry a mock image of Ukraine's President (AP/Yahoo) 02/25/2001
  • Photo: Ultra nationalist protesters march to demand ouster of Ukraine's President (AP/Yahoo) 02/25/2001
  • Ukrainian Opposition Protests (AP/Yahoo) 02/25/2001
  • Photos (8): Thousands of anti-Kuchma protesters hit the streets in Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine (BRAMA) 02/25/2001
  • Photos (8): Anti-Kuchma Protesters march in Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine (BRAMA) 02/25/2001
  • Ukraine: 30,000 reported to have taken part in anti-presidential protest (BBC/FT) 02/25/2001
  • Summary of Ukrainian ICTV 'Svoboda slova' programme 1700 gmt 25 Feb 01 (BBC/FT) 02/25/2001
  • Protesters' 'tribunal' finds Ukrainian president guilty on five counts (BBC/FT) 02/25/2001
  • TV says 5,000 protesters demand president's resignation in Ukrainian capital (BBC/FT) 02/25/2001
  • Ukrainian opposition organizes anti-Kuchma protest (AP/Miami Herald) 02/25/2001
  • Opposition union backs protesters, calls for president's resignation (BBC/FT) 02/25/2001
  • 10,000 anti-presidential protesters reported at rally in central Kiev (BBC/FT) 02/25/2001
  • It will not always be Pancake Day for Kuchma: Anti-presidential rock concert kicks off in central Kiev (BBC/FT) 02/25/2001
  • Kirovohrad City mayor caught red-handed for bribery (BBC/FT) 02/25/2001
  • Massive anti-presidential protest starts in Kyiv (Kiev) (BBC/FT) 02/25/2001
  • Opposition protest leader detained for several hours by police (BBC/FT) 02/25/2001
  • Ukraine opposition gather in Kiev for mass anti-Kuchma rally (BBC/FT) 02/25/2001
  • Over 20,000 expected to take part in anti-Kuchma rally (BBC/FT) 02/25/2001

  • Opposition holds mock trials of president in west, east Ukraine (BBC/FT) 02/24/2001
  • Drug smugglers see less success (Sofia Echo) 02/24/2001
  • Opposition leaders promise more protests in Ukraine (AP/NJ Online) 02/24/2001

  • Ukraine Calls on FBI in Headless Corpse Case (Reuters/NY Times) 02/23/2001
  • Ukraine: Experts estimate 285,000 HIV-positive people living in the country (BBC/FT) 02/23/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecutor-general replies to missing journalist's mother (BBC/FT) 02/23/2001
  • New Cardinal in a Clash of Creeds (NY Times) 02/23/2001
  • Ukraine seeks FBI help in body scandal (BBC) 02/23/2001
  • Ukraine: Authorities move high-profile case suspects out of capital (BBC/FT) 02/23/2001
  • Ukrainian Legislators Turned Away (AP/Yahoo) 02/23/2001
  • Ukraine rebel on run in Britain (The Times) 02/23/2001

  • Land der toten Helden: In der Krise gerät die Ukraine unter die Fuchtel Moskaus (Die Zeit) 02/22/2001
  • Photo: Head of the U.S. Congress House of Representatives delegation to Ukraine Kurt Weldon greets Leonid Kuchma (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/22/2001
  • Kuchma finds unlikely allies (Financial Times) 02/22/2001
  • Russian experts release report on body found in woods: 99.9% probable (BBC/FT) 02/22/2001
  • US Congress delegation voices support for independent media in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 02/22/2001
  • Ukrainian crime not connected to international drug cartels - official (BBC/FT) 02/22/2001
  • Asylum seeker in UK predicts new immigration wave from Ukraine to West (BBC/FT) 02/22/2001
  • Anti-presidential protesters ready to defend tent city (BBC/FT) 02/22/2001
  • Ukraine: Court orders anti-presidential tent camp removed (BBC/FT) 02/22/2001
  • Death and Chaos in Kiev (2/18-2/26 edition) (Time Europe) 02/22/2001
  • Ukraine: MP commission slams investigation for dragging feet in journalist case (BBC/FT) 02/22/2001
  • Turnout meager as Ukraine's opposition calls new protests (AP/NJ Online) 02/22/2001
  • Ukraine protest diminishes (Financial Times) 02/22/2001
  • Ukrainian president says he will not quit (BBC/FT) 02/22/2001
  • Chief prosecutor wins no-confidence vote in parliament (BBC/FT) 02/22/2001
  • Journalist's mother makes passionate plea to MPs to sack prosecutor (BBC/FT) 02/22/2001

  • Yushchenko denies defending chief prosecutor, slams energy minister (BBC/FT) 02/21/2001
  • Photo: 'For Truth' protest in Ukraine's capital Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 02/21/2001
  • Ukraine Medic Flees After Threats Over Journalist (Russia Today) 02/21/2001
  • Israeli air force rescues crew of stricken Ukrainian ship (AP/Kyiv Post) 02/21/2001
  • Ukrainian opposition calls new round of protests but few show up (AP/Kyiv Post) 02/21/2001
  • NY Times Corrections (NY Times) 02/21/2001

  • Kiev tent city spearheads anti-Kuchma protests (Reuters/ABC) 02/20/2001
  • Missing Ukrainian journalist's mother, prosecutors clash (AP/Kyiv Post) 02/20/2001
  • Kiev Tent City Spearheads Anti-Kuchma Protests (Reuters/Russia Today) 02/20/2001
  • Ukrainian police need place to stay during visit (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel) 02/20/2001
  • Ukraine Medic Flees After Threats Over Journalist (Reuters/Russia Today) 02/20/2001
  • Ukrainian tax administration denies pressuring Freedom House - US human rights organization (BBC/FT) 02/20/2001
  • Belgium: Twenty-five Ukrainian asylum seekers flown back home (BBC/FT) 02/20/2001
  • Ukrainian leader on situation in the country, relations with Russia (BBC/FT) 02/20/2001

  • The case of the president and the missing reporter (Newsweek) 02/19/2001
  • It's the women who pay the price (Maureen Freely) (Independent) 02/19/2001
  • Missing journalist: Ukraine's president questioned (Independent) 02/19/2001
  • Moscow Times Editorial: Russia Backs Ukraine, not Kuchma (Moscow Times/Russia Today) 02/19/2001
  • Kuchma Denies Political Crisis (AP/Yahoo) 02/19/2001
  • Ukraine: Odessa protesters demand fair investigation of tape scandal (BBC/FT) 02/19/2001
  • Anti-presidential protesters to picket parliament on 21-22 February (BBC/FT) 02/19/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecutor explains charges against whistle-blower in tape scandal (BBC/FT) 02/19/2001
  • Portuguese authorities arrest alleged leader of human trafficking gang (BBC/FT) 02/19/2001
  • Binge-drinking: Britain's new epidemic: Alarm at role of alcohol in deaths, violence, crime and accidents (Guardian) 02/19/2001
  • Kyiv police: Attack on opposition newspaper looks like hooliganism (AP/Kyiv Post) 02/19/2001
  • Opposition keeps pressure on Kuchma (AP/Kyiv Post) 02/19/2001
  • New Tapes Appear With Threats by Ukraine's President (NY Times) 02/19/2001

  • Ukrainian police deny terrorist act against Socialist newspaper (BBC/FT) 02/18/2001
  • Cultural specialist helps fine-tune health care (Sacramento Bee) 02/18/2001
  • Photo: Protesters rally in the heavy snowfall as they take part in a protest meeting (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/18/2001
  • Photo: Members of Ukraine's UNA-UNSO nationalist party stand on guard in heavy snowfall during a rally (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/18/2001

  • Ukrainian centrist party demands investigation into attack on its office (BBC/FT) 02/17/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecutor interviewed on missing journalist case, tape scandal (BBC/FT) 02/17/2001
  • Russia's Centre TV accuses Kazakhstan of selling arms to rogue states (BBC/FT) 02/17/2001
  • Ukrainian president blames corrupt foes for political crisis (BBC/FT) 02/17/2001
  • Socialist newspaper blames bomb attack on Ukrainian authorities (BBC/FT) 02/17/2001
  • Ukraine: High level of industrial injuries reported in 2000 (BBC/FT) 02/17/2001
  • Bulgarian cultural organizations in Ukraine feel 'used' by ruling party (BBC/FT) 02/17/2001
  • Ukrainian deputy prosecutor talks about investigation into missing journalist (BBC/FT) 02/17/2001

  • Photo: Members of Ukraine's Homeland political party hold portraits of former deputy (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/16/2001
  • Photo: Opposition activists protest against arrest of Ukraine's former Deputy (AP/Yahoo) 02/16/2001
  • Ukrainian newspaper apologizes to party leader for libel (BBC/FT) 02/16/2001
  • Petoskey tutors Ukrainian doctor (Record-Eagle) 02/16/2001
  • Ukraine starts scrapping solid strategic rockets SS-24 (BBC/FT) 02/16/2001
  • Костянтин РОДИК: без ринкової перспективи (День) 02/16/2001
  • МАНЕВРИ (День) 02/16/2001
  • «ЗЕЛЕНИЙ» КОРДОН УКРАЇНИ (День) 02/16/2001
  • Russian Foreign Minister Arrives in Ukraine for Talks on Transdniestr Problem (AFP/Russia Today) 02/16/2001
  • Посол США при ОБСЄ Девід Джонсон висловив здивування з приводу тональності заяви Кучми, Ющенка і Плюща (RFE/RL) 02/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Political Tensions On The Rise (2/15) (RFE/RL) 02/16/2001
  • The search for truth in Gongadze case continues ... (RFE/RL) 02/16/2001
  • Germany extradites criminal gang chief to Ukraine (BBC/FT) 02/16/2001

  • Ukrainian women learn to live with HIV (KPNews.com) 02/15/2001
  • Ukrainian Group Upset Over Arrest (AP/Yahoo) 02/15/2001
  • Ukrainian public union asks for US assistance in missing journalist case (BBC/FT) 02/15/2001
  • Ukraine: Miners' trade union joins anti-presidential protest (BBC/FT) 02/15/2001
  • Ukraine's corruption worse than Czech Republic's (BBC/FT) 02/15/2001
  • Ukraine: Right-wing party slams 'arrogant arrest' of former deputy PM (BBC/FT) 02/15/2001
  • Ukraine: PM hopes for 'success' in negotiating arrested former deputy's case (BBC/FT) 02/15/2001
  • Ukraine: Arrested opposition leader Tymoshenko's health worsening - lawyer (BBC/FT) 02/15/2001
  • Ukraine: Party picketing remand centre, demand former deputy PM's release (BBC/FT) 02/15/2001
  • Ukrainian journalists muse on next steps for the opposition (BBC/FT) 02/15/2001
  • Russian newspaper says situation in Ukraine like Moscow in 1993 (BBC/FT) 02/15/2001
  • Ukrainian customs detains lorry smuggling tank parts to Slovakia (BBC/FT) 02/15/2001
  • Ukraine: Independent test in missing journalist case nearing completion (BBC/FT) 02/15/2001
  • In Mid-Crisis, Ukraine President Lashes Out at Opposition (NY Times) 02/15/2001
  • Flu epidemic death toll reaches five in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 02/15/2001

  • Beleaguered Kuchma orders arrest of key rival (Independent) 02/14/2001
  • Ukraine: Chernobyl Sarcophagus reportedly falling apart (BBC/FT) 02/14/2001
  • Thirteen Ukrainian nuclear reactors in operation (BBC/FT) 02/14/2001
  • Nearly half Ukrainians have no trust in president (BBC/FT) 02/14/2001
  • High living standards entice Ukraine into EU - official (BBC/FT) 02/14/2001
  • Ukraine: Opposition MP releases new scandalous recordings (BBC/FT) 02/14/2001
  • Security Service says UK asylum seeker wanted in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 02/14/2001
  • Ukrainian president's representative says tape scandal normal, parts authentic (BBC/FT) 02/14/2001
  • Ukraine: OSCE official critical of Honhanze case (BBC/FT) 02/14/2001
  • Ukraine opposition leader arrested (BBC) 02/14/2001

  • Ukrainian surgeon involved in Gongadze investigation seeks UK asylum after death threats (Independent) 02/13/2001
  • The misrule of Mr Kuchma has blighted Ukraine (Independent) 02/13/2001
  • Kuchma may face impeachment for theft and bribery (Independent) 02/13/2001
  • Letter: IBM's hands are clean (Sun Times) 02/13/2001
  • EU delegation notes 'certain improvements' with freedom of press in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 02/13/2001
  • EU Foreign Policy Team Visits Kyiv (RFE/RL) 02/13/2001
  • Politicians Form A New Anti-Kuchma Alliance (RFE/RL) 02/13/2001
  • European Union Expected To Keep Kyiv On Hold (RFE/RL) 02/13/2001
  • Photo: A volunteer sticks a poster reading 'Prisons for bandits!' (AP/Yahoo) 02/13/2001
  • Photo: Ukraine's sacked deputy Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/13/2001
  • Ukrainian leaders attack opposition alliance (BBC/FT) 02/13/2001
  • Ukrainian leadership (Kuchma, Plyushch, Yushchenko) appeals to nation to oppose recent provocations (BBC/FT) 02/13/2001
  • Ukraine: Ex-Deputy PM Tymoshenko said arrested (BBC/FT) 02/13/2001
  • Ukraine: National Salvation Forum accuses president of capitulation (BBC/FT) 02/13/2001
  • Ukraine tent protesters defy court order to disperse (BBC/FT) 02/13/2001
  • EU delegation in Kiev urges 'objectivity' over missing journalist (BBC/FT) 02/13/2001
  • News Conference scheduled Feb 14 / 'Censorship by Killing' (OSCE) 02/13/2001
  • Ukraine: Police deny involvement in dispersing anti-president protest (BBC/FT) 02/13/2001
  • Ukrainian premier (Yushchenko) worried about long-term effects of political scandal (BBC/FT) 02/13/2001
  • Ukraine: Anti-Kuchma protesters released from custody (BBC/FT) 02/13/2001
  • U.S. Slams Troubled Kuchma Over Missing Journalist (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/13/2001
  • Top EU Officials Head for Scandal-Riven Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/13/2001

  • Crowds demand resignation of 'killer' Kuchma (Independent) 02/12/2001
  • Suit Alleges IBM Assisted Nazis (AP/Excite) 02/12/2001
  • Photo: Gold Medalist Viktor Petrenko and CCRF team up for a spectacular ice-skating benefit (2/8/01) (BRAMA) 02/12/2001
  • President Kuchma rejects use of force against protesters (BBC/FT) 02/12/2001
  • Ukrainian police deny attacking demonstrators in Dnipropetrovsk (BBC/FT) 02/12/2001
  • Ukraine court orders anti-president protesters to remove tents (BBC/FT) 02/12/2001
  • Kiev [Kyiv] court orders protesters to remove tents (BBC/FT) 02/12/2001
  • Ukraine/UK: Parliament speaker praises neutrality of BBC news (BBC/FT) 02/12/2001
  • EU troika to visit Ukraine, discuss rallies, tape scandal (BBC/FT) 02/12/2001
  • Broadcasting council outlines licensing problems (BBC/FT) 02/12/2001
  • Russian president comments on anti-presidential protest in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 02/12/2001
  • Putin Dodges Ukraine Politics, Hails Trade Links (Reuters/Russia Today) 02/12/2001
  • Photo: Demonstrators light candles, hold national flags and portraits of missing journalist Heorhiy Gongadze (AP/Yahoo) 02/12/2001
  • Photo: Vladimir Putin and Leonid Kuchma sign an agreement on aerospace cooperation (AP/Yahoo) 02/12/2001
  • Photo: Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, answers a question during a news conference, as Leonid Kuchma looks on (AP/Yahoo) 02/12/2001
  • Russia, Ukraine in Energy Deal (AP/Yahoo) 02/12/2001
  • Forced Labor Class Action lawsuit filed against IBM (BRAMA) 02/12/2001
  • Photo: An Engineer Examines the Engine of the Ss-19. (AP/Excite) 02/12/2001
  • Ukraine Rally Calls on Chief to Step Down (NY Times) 02/12/2001
  • Photo: President Leonid Kuchma with Vladimir Putin listening to Moscow mayor Luzhkov (AP/Yahoo) 02/12/2001
  • Putin, Kuchma Meet in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 02/12/2001
  • Громадська думка про політичних лідерів і партії за результатами соціологічних опитувань – січень 2001 р. - круглий стіл (IREX 12.02.01) (IREX ПроМедіа) 02/12/2001
  • Incriminating tape is a fake, says Ukraine's president: Charles Clover meets Leonid Kuchma (from 2/10/01) (Financial Times) 02/12/2001

  • Photos: Anti-Kuchma protest demonstration along Khreshchatyk (BRAMA) 02/11/2001
  • Photo: Protesters shout and wave their fists as they march through Kyiv (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/11/2001
  • Photo: Protesters light candles in memory of missing journalist Georgiy Gongadze as they form a chain along Kyiv's main thoroughfare (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/11/2001
  • Putin Flies Into Ukraine's Political Storm (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/11/2001
  • 500 new cases of HIV in Ukraine every month (BBC/FT) 02/11/2001
  • Protesters arrested in Ukraine (AFP/Nando Times) 02/11/2001
  • Ukraine demo calls for Kuchma resignation (BBC) 02/11/2001
  • Ukraine: Protesters mark security chief's dismissal with mock burial (BBC/FT) 02/11/2001
  • Rally in Ukrainian capital demands president's resignation (BBC/FT) 02/11/2001
  • Protesters form living chain in Ukrainian capital (BBC/FT) 02/11/2001
  • Photo: large group of protesters march past St. Michael monastery in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/11/2001
  • Photo: group of protesters carrying a huge national flag and anti-presidential banners during a demonstration (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/11/2001
  • Photo: Masked protesters march in a procession past the St. Michael monastery in Kyiv (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/11/2001

  • British ambassador comments on plans to prosecute Ukrainian Nazis living in UK (BBC/FT) 02/10/2001
  • Ukrainian energy regulator produces environmental report on new reactor (BBC/FT) 02/10/2001
  • Ukraine: Deputy prosecutor gives new details about tape scandal (BBC/FT) 02/10/2001
  • Ukraine: Anti-presidential rally forcibly stopped by police in Dnipropetrovsk (BBC/FT) 02/10/2001
  • Anti-Kuchma rally blocked by Ukrainian police (BBC/FT) 02/10/2001
  • TV channel raps Security Service of Ukraine for old KGB thinking (BBC/FT) 02/10/2001
  • Все, що зараз відбувається, закінчиться позитивно (День) 02/10/2001
  • «Питання транспортування газу через Україну - суто економiчне», впевнений iранський посол Ахмад Садег-Бонаб (День) 02/10/2001
  • Тріумф влади чи опозиції? (День) 02/10/2001
  • Ukrainian Security Chiefs Ousted (AP/Yahoo) 02/10/2001

  • Convicted Cosby Killer Admits Guilt, Apologizes (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/09/2001
  • Ukraine's Kuchma Hits Back at Moves to Oust Him (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/09/2001

  • Ukrainian president fights for survival (Guardian) 02/08/2001
  • Continued concern about investigation of missing Ukrainian journalist (OSCE) 02/08/2001
  • Photos: Tents from other Ukraine cities join anti-Kuchma action in Kyiv/Kiev (BRAMA) 02/08/2001
  • Photos: Protesters set up a 'Kuchma-free zone' in Kyiv (BRAMA) 02/08/2001
  • Photo: Gold Medalist Viktor Petrenko and CCRF team up for a spectacular ice-skating benefit (BRAMA) 02/08/2001
  • Protesters set conditions for impeachment talks with president (BBC/FT) 02/08/2001
  • Ukraine opposition sets condition for talks with Kuchma (BBC/FT) 02/08/2001
  • Talks Continue With Iran On Gas Pipeline For Europe (RFE/RL) 02/08/2001
  • Ukrainian Leader Suspected in Case (AP/Yahoo) 02/08/2001
  • Ukraine: Copies of tapes in missing journalist case passed to Vienna press body (BBC/FT) 02/08/2001
  • Ukrainian anti-presidential protest actions set to resume 11 February (BBC/FT) 02/08/2001
  • Russia aims to build 25 new nuclear reactors (BBC/FT) 02/08/2001
  • Ukraine: Customs officers who searched MPs dismissed from service (BBC/FT) 02/08/2001
  • Партiя влади чи влада партiй? (День) 02/08/2001
  • Повернення розстріляної еліти (День) 02/08/2001
  • Пам'ятник українському бізнесмену (День) 02/08/2001
  • Росія більше не вважає інтеграцію в СНД за самоціль (День) 02/08/2001
  • Україна повинна стати ліберально державою (День) 02/08/2001

  • 'Murder tape' threatens to topple Ukraine leader (Independent) 02/07/2001
  • Ukraine: Paper blames printing house for refusal to publish its issue (BBC/FT) 02/07/2001
  • Ukrainian Prosecutor-General Vacationed (RFE/RL/Russia Today) 02/07/2001
  • Russia Agrees to Chechnya Mission (AP/Excite) 02/07/2001
  • EU criticises Kiev on missing journalist (Financial Times) 02/07/2001
  • Thousands March in Kyiv Over Political Crisis (NY Times) 02/07/2001

  • EU criticises Kiev over journalist (Financial Times) 02/06/2001
  • Marchers Want Urkaine President Out (AP/Yahoo) 02/06/2001
  • Russian minister says Ukrainian position on Russian language acceptable (BBC/FT) 02/06/2001
  • Ukraine: Foreign Ministry slams EU statement on missing-journalist case (BBC/FT) 02/06/2001
  • Anti-presidential rally musters 2,500 people in north Ukrainian city (BBC/FT) 02/06/2001
  • Small-scale anti-presidential rally held in Kharkiv (BBC/FT) 02/06/2001
  • Anti-president protesters clash with communists in central Kiev (BBC/FT) 02/06/2001
  • Ukraine: Chemical substance used in attack on anti-presidential tent camp (BBC/FT) 02/06/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian protesters clash with each other in central Kyiv (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/06/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian protesters clash with each other (Reuters/Yahoo) 02/06/2001
  • Former military intelligence chief forecasts civil conflict (BBC/FT) 02/06/2001
  • Socialist leader says authorities trying to hamper protest (BBC/FT) 02/06/2001
  • Protest in Ukrainian capital becomes more violent (BBC/FT) 02/06/2001
  • Ukraine: Anti-presidential protest musters 10,000 in central Kiev (BBC/FT) 02/06/2001
  • Ukraine anti-presidential protest musters 10,000 (BBC/FT) 02/06/2001
  • Photo: Opposition Protesters Clash with Ukraine's Police (AP/Excite) 02/06/2001
  • Photo: Opposition protester calls for an attack on the Ukrainian Presidential Administration Building (AP/Excite) 02/06/2001
  • Photo: Opposition Protesters from Around Ukraine March in Kyiv (AP/Excite) 02/06/2001
  • For Medvid, A Happier Return (Wash Post) 02/06/2001
  • Carlos Pascual, US ambassador interviewed on Ukraine's defence, economy, (BBC/FT) 02/06/2001

  • Ukraine: working conditions for media / concerns regarding the Gongadze case (EU Council ) 02/05/2001
  • Six Ukrainian Lumberjacks Die in Russian Fire (AFP/Russia Today) 02/05/2001
  • EU expresses concern with situation in Ukrainian mass media (BBC/FT) 02/05/2001
  • Influential Ukrainian politician sues Radio Liberty (BBC/FT) 02/05/2001
  • Spokesman denies president admitted scandalous tapes authentic (BBC/FT) 02/05/2001
  • Ukraine: Anti-presidential tent city in central Kiev expanding (BBC/FT) 02/05/2001
  • President's spokesman rejects accusations of planned reprisals (BBC/FT) 02/05/2001
  • Russian Government's Official Newspaper on Ukrainian Extremist Parties' Alliance (from Rossiyskaya Gazeta 1/30/2001) (UCSJ) 02/05/2001
  • Grim war on human traffickers: Few bright spots in a long battle against untouchable bosses with resilient networks (Guardian) 02/05/2001
  • Prosecutor's office says parts of scandalous tape real (BBC/FT) 02/05/2001
  • Protesters stop hunger strike after police apologize for using force (BBC/FT) 02/05/2001

  • Protesters in tense Ukraine demand president step down (NJ Online) 02/04/2001
  • Photo: man in Ukrainian folk clothes, right, plays guitar and sings anti-presidential songs (AP/Yahoo) 02/04/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian lawmaker Grigoriy Omelchenko writes 'Kuchma resign' on a fence (AP/Yahoo) 02/04/2001
  • Ukrainians Rally Against President (AP/Yahoo) 02/04/2001
  • U.S. is no dream for these brides (Seattle Times) 02/04/2001

  • Photo: Two former pilots of Tu-22M Backfire leave after they took a last look at the bomber (AP/Yahoo) 02/02/2001
  • Photo: excavator with a scissors attached, cuts off the nose of a Tu-160 (AP/Yahoo) 02/02/2001
  • Photo: excavator equipped with cutting blades removes the cockpit section of the last Tu-160 (AP/Yahoo) 02/02/2001
  • Photo: excavator fitted with a cutting device cuts off the cockpit area of a Tu-22M Backfire aircraft (AP/Yahoo) 02/02/2001
  • Two more parties join Ukraine Without Kuchma action (Kyiv Post) 02/02/2001
  • Ukraine's human rights ombudsman urges Poland to look nto Ukrainian driver's killing (Kyiv Post) 02/02/2001
  • Ukrainian doctors leave for India to take part in relief work (Kyiv Post) 02/02/2001
  • Analysis From Washington -- Fighting Over Masochism (RFE/RL) 02/02/2001
  • Anti-Kuchma Protesters March on Kiev From West (RFE/RL/Russia Today) 02/02/2001
  • Photo: Workers dismantle Ukraine's last Tupolev 160 strategic bomber (AP/Yahoo) 02/02/2001

  • Letter to Editor: For Stability in Ukraine (NY Times) 02/01/2001
  • Media council official denies prejudice in broadcast licensing (BBC/FT) 02/01/2001
  • Police detain three members of nationalist group (BBC/FT) 02/01/2001
  • Ukrainian ombudsman urges Polish colleague to look into road murder case (BBC/FT) 02/01/2001
  • Ukrainian nationalist group pickets Polish embassy over shooting of motorist (BBC/FT) 02/01/2001
  • Ukraine: Criteria for broadcast licensing 'unclear to public' - US ambassador (BBC/FT) 02/01/2001
  • Bosnia: canton police give details on extent of foreign prostitution (BBC/FT) 02/01/2001
  • Ukraine: Criteria for broadcast licensing said lacking transparency (BBC/FT) 02/01/2001
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