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  • Photo: Yulia Tymoshenko speaks to reporters - file (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/31/2001
  • Ukrainian security council chief Yevhen Marchuk slams opposition forum's stance on talks (BBC/FT) 03/31/2001
  • Ukrainian Prosecutors Want Tymoshenko Back in Jail (RFE/RL/Russia Today) 03/31/2001
  • Ukraine Opposition Calls on Poland as Intermediary (Reuters/Russia Today) 03/31/2001

  • Czech Ukrainian community fears worst (Prague Post) 03/30/2001
  • UN Adds Troops in S. Leone in 'Make or Break' Phase (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/30/2001
  • Kosovo Prostitution Racket Flourishes (from 3/28/01) (IWPR) 03/30/2001
  • Audio: Julia Barton reports from Kyiv (CBC) 03/30/2001
  • Ukraine: Missing journalist's family demands access to case file (BBC/FT) 03/30/2001

  • Ukraine: Border guards detain 30 illegal migrants heading to Western Europe (BBC/FT) 03/29/2001
  • Printed mass media flourishing in Ukraine's industrial heartland - paper (BBC/FT) 03/29/2001
  • Nuke Reactor in Ukraine Shut Down (AP/Yahoo) 03/29/2001

  • FBI, Private Sleuths Probe Ukraine Mystery (ABC/Yahoo) 03/28/2001
  • US Vetoes UN Observer Force for West Bank, Gaza (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/28/2001

  • Ukrainian Prime Minister to be Questioned in Corruption Probe (AFP/Russia Today) 03/27/2001
  • Powell Offers Help in Murder Probe (AP/Yahoo) 03/27/2001
  • Ukrainian opposition ready to halt protests (BBC/FT) 03/27/2001
  • Tymoshenko's release to boost opposition (BBC/FT) 03/27/2001
  • Ukraine: Council of Europe official to meet arrested ex-deputy prime minister Tymoshenko (BBC/FT) 03/27/2001
  • Ukraine former deputy PM bailed (BBC) 03/27/2001
  • Former Ukrainian Deputy Premier Tymoshenko released from detention (BBC/FT) 03/27/2001
  • Ukraine: Court orders release of arrested former Deputy Prime Minister Yuliya Tymoshenko's from detention (BBC/FT) 03/27/2001
  • A Ukrainian man charged under Ireland's human trafficking laws (AFX Europe - World Reporter) 03/27/2001
  • Kuchma sacks police chief over murder probe (Financial Times) 03/27/2001

  • President Kuchma praises outgoing interior minister Kravchenko, blasts (BBC/FT) 03/26/2001
  • Ukrainians pressing to oust Kuchma as president (Post Gazette) 03/26/2001
  • Ukrainian Interior Ministry reports extensive operation against organized crime (BBC/FT) 03/26/2001
  • Ivano-Frankivsk: Opposition collects signatures to impeach president at anti-Kuchma rally (BBC/FT) 03/26/2001
  • Ukraine: Nuclear reactor reconnected to grid after planned tests (BBC/FT) 03/26/2001

  • Diversion Of Russian Gas Continues (RFE/RL) 03/25/2001
  • Analysis From Washington -- The Specter Of Disintegration (RFE/RL) 03/25/2001
  • Audio: Many are lured from poor Eastern European countries - 'Olga' from Kyiv threatened (from 2/17/01) (BBC) 03/25/2001
  • Prostitute rackets rife in UK (from 2/17/01) (BBC) 03/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Regional (Luhansk) city council member threatens local media (BBC/FT) 03/25/2001
  • Paper links corrupt state of Ukrainian television with politics (BBC/FT) 03/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Nuclear reactor disconnected for scheduled repairs (BBC/FT) 03/25/2001

  • Ukraine: Opposition forum organizes protests, mourns victims fallen to regime (BBC/FT) 03/24/2001
  • CORR Ukraine: Opposition forum organizes protests, mourns victims (BBC/FT) 03/24/2001
  • Macedonia Pounds Hills, World Urges Restraint (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/24/2001
  • Photo: Opposition activists carry portraits of Ukrainian politicians killed or jailed (AP/Yahoo) 03/24/2001
  • Photo: Lesia Gongadze, mother of missing journalist Heorhiy Gongadze (AP/Yahoo) 03/24/2001
  • Up to 5000 Kiev Protesters Denounce Kuchma (AP/Yahoo) 03/24/2001
  • Conference Commemorating 15th Anniversary of Chornobyl at UN (4/25/01) (BRAMA) 03/24/2001
  • Ukrainian Labour Party calls in US private detectives (Financial Times) 03/24/2001
  • World Urges Macedonia to Show Military Restraint (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/24/2001

  • Ukrainian ombudsman Nina Karpachova slams unjustified mass arrests in the country (BBC/FT) 03/23/2001
  • Headless corpse in Ukraine still a mystery as DNA tests queried (Independent/FT) 03/23/2001
  • Kuchma puts blame for murder on opponents: Ukraine split on tape apparently showing president ordered journalist to be killed. Charles Clover reports (Financial Times) 03/23/2001
  • UNWLA appeal for assistance to help flood victims in Zakarpattia, Ukraine (BRAMA) 03/23/2001
  • Ukrainian party hires US private detective firm to solve journalist case - endorsed by Kuchma (BBC/FT) 03/23/2001
  • UNA-UNSO Protesters arrested after clashes still in prison, reject (Soros) Western aid (BBC/FT) 03/23/2001
  • Far-right UNA-UNSO leader Shkil interview: complains of maltreatment by police (BBC/FT) 03/23/2001
  • Consulate of Ukraine appeals for Flood Aid - Звернення Генерального консульства України в Нью-Йорку до українців Америки (BRAMA) 03/23/2001
  • Community Meeting with 'For Truth' (Za Pravdu) Members (BRAMA) 03/23/2001
  • Zakarpattia Flood Aid: US-Ukraine Foundation Appeal (BRAMA) 03/23/2001
  • UACC appeals to Ukrainians in the U.S. to help those suffering from the flood in Zakarpattia (BRAMA) 03/23/2001
  • Gongadze Case Reflects Struggle for Nation's Future (RFE/RL/Russia Today) 03/23/2001
  • RSF Hints at Evidence-Tampering in Ukrainian Journalist's Murder (AFP/Russia Today) 03/23/2001
  • Piety at Kyoto Didn't Cool the Planet (NY Times) 03/23/2001
  • Photo: masked student stands in front of Ukraine's national flag with the 'For Truth' movement logo (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/23/2001

  • Чорнобильська проблематика, подолання епідемії ВІЛ/СНІД та нагальна потреба підвищення ефективності ООН (BRAMA) 03/22/2001
  • Ukraine's chief coroner casts doubt on testing of body found in woods (BBC/FT) 03/22/2001
  • Ukrainian family in limbo: needs host family in Florida (News Herald) 03/22/2001
  • Ukraine: Parliament to investigate clashes in Kiev, beating of MP (BBC/FT) 03/22/2001
  • No independent press in Ukraine - state official for information policy (BBC/FT) 03/22/2001
  • Ukraine: Big increase in deaths from tuberculosis reported (BBC/FT) 03/22/2001
  • Audio: Russia/Ukraine Ties, corruption and business (realaudio) (NPR) 03/22/2001
  • They wait to get passports to flee the fighting. But the office is closed because of the onslaught. (Independent) 03/22/2001

  • Sometimes, It's Just No Fun Being President (Russia Journal/Russia Today) 03/21/2001
  • Ukraine's Kuchma Coy on Interior Minister's Fate (Reuters/Russia Today) 03/21/2001
  • Media Campaign Tackles Ignorance About AIDS (RFE/RL) 03/21/2001
  • Kuchma Admits 'Mistakes' in Ukraine Murder Inquiry (AFP/Russia Today) 03/21/2001
  • Ukraine's Kuchma Hits out at IMF, Foreign Lenders (Reuters/Russia Today) 03/21/2001
  • Gongadze Case Reflects Struggle For Nation's Future (RFE/RL) 03/21/2001
  • DNA Raises Doubt on Ukraine Body (IH Tribune) 03/21/2001
  • Russian expert critical of German findings in Ukrainian journalist DNA test (BBC/FT) 03/21/2001
  • Ukraine: Kiev students protest against police actions (BBC/FT) 03/21/2001
  • Ukrainian president invites FBI to help solve missing journalist case (BBC/FT) 03/21/2001
  • Ukraine: Judge in case of arrested former deputy PM criticizes investigation (BBC/FT) 03/21/2001
  • Десять років сомотності, або Про національну гордість малоросів (День) 03/21/2001
  • Уряд дійсно зацікавлений прийняти Папу чи лише декларує? (День) 03/21/2001
  • Київ таки незадоволений партнерством «по-російськи» (День) 03/21/2001
  • Ukraine Gives Four Helicopters to Macedonian Army (Reuters/Russia Today) 03/21/2001
  • Crackup or crackdown? Ukraine suffers growing turmoil over the president's alleged role in a murder (US News & World Report) 03/21/2001

  • 5,000 Retired Police Protest in Kiev Over Minister's Sacking (AFP/Russia Today) 03/20/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecution says German test results in journalist case don't count (BBC/FT) 03/20/2001
  • Only FBI tests can identify body believed to be journalist's - Ukrainian MP (BBC/FT) 03/20/2001
  • Canada supports Estonian language integration (BBC/FT) 03/20/2001
  • Ukraine: Lawyer of missing journalist's mother comments on recent findings (BBC/FT) 03/20/2001
  • Ukraine: More doubts arise about body thought to be missing journalist's (BBC/FT) 03/20/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecution to question MP claiming missing journalist shot dead (BBC/FT) 03/20/2001
  • Ukraine: Retired policemen stage protests, demand social payments (BBC/FT) 03/20/2001
  • Ukraine: German DNA tests indicate body not missing journalist (BBC/FT) 03/20/2001
  • Ukraine Fires Chernobyl's Senior Safety Official for Misconduct (Bloomberg) 03/20/2001
  • Opinion: Ukraine's Tribulations (NY Times) 03/20/2001

  • PACE reportedly not satisfied with handling of political crisis in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 03/19/2001
  • Ukraine: Lviv student protesters released from jail cry police intimidation (BBC/FT) 03/19/2001
  • Ukraine: Chernobyl sarcophagus manager sacked (BBC/FT) 03/19/2001
  • Ukraine's Kuchma Moves to Appease Opponents (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/19/2001
  • Eleven Die in Ukraine, Russia Helicopter Crashes (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/19/2001
  • Key Director at Chernobyl Fired (AP/Yahoo) 03/19/2001
  • Lazarenko fails to receive political asylum (BBC/FT) 03/19/2001

  • Photo: Aerial view of the flooded Danilovka village (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/18/2001
  • Recycling of missiles halted under pressure from centrist parties (BBC/FT) 03/18/2001
  • AUDIO: Scandal and protests in Ukraine (Realaudio from 3/16/01) (NPR) 03/18/2001

  • What They Knew (Not!): 44 Years of C.I.A. Secrets (NY Times) 03/17/2001
  • Report: Ukraine Minister Fired (AP/Yahoo) 03/17/2001
  • Ukraine: Opinion poll shows only 6 per cent support for president (BBC/FT) 03/17/2001

  • Kidnapped Ukrainian socialist activist found alive (BBC/FT) 03/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Video Note on protest clashes between police, protesters 9 March (BBC/FT) 03/16/2001
  • Ukrainian opposition ready to start negotiations with president (BBC/FT) 03/16/2001
  • Ukrainian opposition still ready for talks with president (BBC/FT) 03/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Judge in high-profile case complains of being shadowed (BBC/FT) 03/16/2001
  • Prosecution says evidence links Ukrainian ex-deputy premier to tape scandal (BBC/FT) 03/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Radioactive waste to be reprocessed at Chernobyl (BBC/FT) 03/16/2001
  • USA grants financial aid to Ukrainian free media (BBC/FT) 03/16/2001

  • Ukraine: Communists slam centrist oppositionists during rally in capital (BBC/FT) 03/15/2001
  • Ukrainian MP says police 'brutally beat' four arrested protesters (BBC/FT) 03/15/2001
  • Ukraine: Deputy interior minister visits beaten MP, offers apologies (BBC/FT) 03/15/2001
  • On tape: Paranoia (USA Today) 03/15/2001
  • Photo: Villagers row through a flooded street in Geten village (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/15/2001
  • Photo: Villagers and a police officer row in a boat through a flooded street in Geten (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/15/2001
  • Photo: Villagers row through the flooded village of Geten (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/15/2001
  • Photo: Opposition activists from left-wing parties (AP/Yahoo) 03/15/2001
  • Photo: Leonid Kuchma with Polish counterpart Aleksander Kwasniewski (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/15/2001
  • Photo: Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski and Leonid Kuchma (AP/Yahoo) 03/15/2001
  • Hard-Liners Rally in Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 03/15/2001
  • Ukraine Communists Protest As Poland Warns Kuchma (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/15/2001
  • Photo: protester holds a portrait of the Soviet dictator Josef Stalin as he shouts slogans during a Communist meeting (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/15/2001
  • Photo: Soviet Army veteran shouts and waves his walking stick at a Communist rally in front of the Ukrainian Parliamen (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/15/2001
  • Photo: protester wearing a red apron with a slogan which translates as 'Kuchma and Yushchenko, Resign,' (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/15/2001
  • Peres Argues Against Observer Force (AP/Yahoo) 03/15/2001
  • Ukraine Communists Protest Against Kuchma, Poverty (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/15/2001

  • Polish president meets Ukrainian opposition activists (BBC/FT) 03/14/2001
  • Ukraine's Chernobyl to become ecologically safe system by 2005 (BBC/FT) 03/14/2001
  • USA to give 750,000 dollars for development of Ukrainian mass media (BBC/FT) 03/14/2001
  • Around 1,000 stage latest anti-Kuchma demo in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 03/14/2001
  • Radio Liberty accused of waging 'psychological war' against Ukraine (BBC/FT) 03/14/2001
  • Ukraine: Centrist leader speaks for political accord, proportional vote (BBC/FT) 03/14/2001
  • OP-ED:Make Russia a Better Neighbor (NY Times) 03/14/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian woman shouts during a protest (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/14/2001
  • Miramax, Doubleday hit links with `Player' (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/14/2001
  • As East Europe moves to EU, jobs move further east (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/14/2001

  • Ukraine: Anti-presidential protesters claim Soros support at Lviv rally (BBC/FT) 03/13/2001
  • Ukraine: Missing journalist's mother refuses to cooperate in repeat DNA tests (BBC/FT) 03/13/2001
  • DAILY BRIEFING -- A World Wide Web of Organized Crime (Business Week/Yahoo) 03/13/2001
  • US threatens Ukraine with sanctions for CD piracy (Reuters/Excite) 03/13/2001
  • Свободу Журналістові Дмитро Шурхало! - Free journalist Dmytro Shurkhalo (Petition) (BRAMA) 03/13/2001
  • IOM is ready to make payments but Recent US Court decision may further delay compensation (BRAMA) 03/13/2001
  • Львівські студенти розпочали страйк (Ukrop/BRAMA) 03/13/2001
  • Відкритий лист до Національної телекомпанії України - Roma (Gypsies) in Ukraine petition state TV (BRAMA) 03/13/2001
  • Ukrainian reactor in unscheduled shutdown (BBC/FT) 03/13/2001
  • Prague Ukrainians support opposition: Czech news agency schedule of events for Wednesday 14 Mar 01 (BBC/FT) 03/13/2001
  • Several thousand West Ukrainian students protest against detentions (BBC/FT) 03/13/2001
  • Council of Europe concerned about independence of Czech public radio (BBC/FT) 03/13/2001
  • Porous Ukrainian border causes rise in illegal immigrants to Romania (Kyiv Post) 03/13/2001
  • UNA-UNSO leader released due to absence of grounds that he committed a crime (Kyiv Post) 03/13/2001
  • Journalist from Postup newspaper arrested allegedly for covering Mar. 9 protests (Kyiv Post) 03/13/2001
  • 2,000 Ukrainian Students Call for Release of Jailed Protestors (AFP/Russia Today) 03/13/2001
  • U.S. Ties Aid to Ukraine to Ending Unrest (Reuters/Russia Today) 03/13/2001
  • Ukraine blasts IMF but seeks soothing words (Reuters/Excite) 03/13/2001

  • Flood situation remains serious in Ukraine; envoy thanks Hungary's help (BBC/FT) 03/12/2001
  • Arts: Atomic dustbin: John Darwell risked his life when he photographed the Chernobyl exclusion zone. But at least they gave him a pair of protective wellies (Guardian) 03/12/2001
  • Hungarian envoy denies flooding Ukrainian area to save Hungarian villages (BBC/FT) 03/12/2001
  • Gypsies from Zakarpatia demand apology from UT-1 TV (Kyiv Post) 03/12/2001

  • Ukraine: 'Active defence means' against protesters possible (BBC/FT) 03/11/2001
  • Editorial comment: Kuchma in a corner (Financial Times) 03/11/2001
  • Krasnodon commemorates miners who died in tragic mine explosion one year ago (Kyiv Post) 03/11/2001
  • World Bank confirms it is ready to provide Ukraine $60m (Kyiv Post) 03/11/2001
  • SBU starts criminal case against protest participants (Kyiv Post) 03/11/2001
  • Photo: A young opposition activist takes part in action of protest at Ukraine's Interior Ministry (AP/Yahoo) 03/11/2001
  • Photo: Stepan Khmara, Ukraine's nationalist opposition leader, shows photos of injured protesters (AP/Yahoo) 03/11/2001

  • Prospecting for Truth Amid the Distortions of Oral History (NY Times) 03/10/2001
  • Photo: Ruslan Zeldy standing in front of the ruins of his mother's house (AP/Yahoo) 03/10/2001
  • Photo: Ukrainian soldiers pass by houses damaged during heavy floods (AP/Yahoo) 03/10/2001
  • Photo: Uraine's Oleksandr Yurkov hits the sand pit (AP/Yahoo) 03/10/2001
  • Ukraine's Kuchma Vows to Face Down Foes (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/10/2001
  • Ukraine Leader Condemns Protesters (AP/Yahoo) 03/10/2001
  • Звернення всеукраїнського громадського комітету опору 'За правду!' (BRAMA) 03/10/2001
  • Human Trafficking: Running from a world of misery (Irish Times/FT) 03/10/2001
  • Ukrainian opposition MPs plan to sue authorities (BBC/FT) 03/10/2001
  • Ukraine: Opposition activist promises more protests in response to arrests (BBC/FT) 03/10/2001
  • Ukraine police detains 200 opposition protesters (BBC/FT) 03/10/2001
  • Anti-Kuchma protesters clash with police in Kiev (Financial Times) 03/10/2001

  • Palestinian: Israel Meeting Possible (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Питання про надання допомоги нашій державі у ліквідації наслідків паводку в Закарпатті [ООН] (BRAMA) 03/09/2001
  • Ukrainian opposition youth organization holds congress (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: esidents of Tekovo village in Transcarpathia talk to Pres. Kuchma (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: Riot police officers search hard-line nationalists who took part in a violent protests in Kyiv (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Ukraine: Kiev police justified in using tear gas and truncheons - spokesman (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Over 120 arrested at Kiev demos (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Security service opens criminal case following clashes in Ukrainian (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukrainian president says reports on use of force by police 'a blatant lie' (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukraine: More than 120 protesters arrested, some 15 policemen injured (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukrainian president warns opposition (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukraine: Right-wingers blamed for incident near Kuchma's administration (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukrainian police deny vandalizing radical party's office (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukraine police arrest 70 right-wing extremists (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Фотозвіт про святкування опозицією дня народження КОБЗАРЯ / Photo report on opposition's celebration of Taras Shevchenko birthday (BRAMA) 03/09/2001
  • Прес реліз: Уродини Тараса Шевченка стали наріжним каменем у протистоянні влада-опозиція (BRAMA) 03/09/2001
  • AUDIO: Trafficking people at the Hungary-Ukraine border (The World) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: Policeman arrests a member of Ukraine's nationalist UNSO movement (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: Opposition protesters clash with riot police officers (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: Opposition activists pursue a riot police officer (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: Opposition activists clash with the police (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Ukrainian president comments on opposition protests (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukraine: Nationalist organization leader says clashes with police 'unnecessary' (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Opposition leaders try to stop violence near presidential office (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Kiev police battle with protesters (BBC) 03/09/2001
  • Riot police quell Ukraine protest - PHOTOS (CNN) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: An Opposition Protester Throws a Smoke-Box to the Police Cordon (AP/Excite) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: Opposition protesters break the barrier at the presidential administration building (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: woman places flowers in the shields of a police as they cordon off the monument dedicated to Shevchenko (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: Policemen in plain clothes arrest opposition activists during clashes in downtown Kyiv (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: Policemen push an opposition activist woman from a wall surrounding the National University building (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: Opposition activists clash with police in downtown Kyiv (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: Policeman is beaten by an opposition activist, left, as another one tries to stop him (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: Opposition activists clash with police in an attempt to break down a barrier in Kyiv (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Photo: elderly Ukrainian man asks policemen to let him come to the monument to Ukrainian poet (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • Ukraine: Six far-right protesters reportedly detained by police (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Violent clashes in Kiev (BBC) 03/09/2001
  • Ukraine: Opposition leader, journalist reportedly injured in protest (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukraine: President denies use of force against protesters in Kiev (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukraine police uses tear gas to disperse opposition rally (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukraine: 7,000-10,000 protesters march on parliament (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Some casualties, including MP in clashes in Ukrainian capital - Russian TV (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukraine's opposition calls on public 'to overthrow' President Kuchma (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukrainian anti-presidential forum leader interviewed (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukraine: Five protesters released by police, rallies continue (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Russian tv shows violent anti-presidential clashes in Ukrainian capital (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Ukraine: Police reportedly beat leftist MP (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Diplomatic highlight / Envoy thanks Japan for Chernobyl help (BBC/FT) 03/09/2001
  • Several Injured in Ukraine Protest (AP/Yahoo) 03/09/2001
  • (Photos) Women and Peace: Women Managing Conflict (BRAMA) 03/09/2001
  • Statement by the President of the Security Council on the occasion of International Women's Day (Photo) (BRAMA) 03/09/2001
  • Sex traffic is Europe's shame (Guardian) 03/09/2001

  • Photo: Tractors along the Tysa River are surrounded by flood waters in Tarpa (AP/Yahoo) 03/08/2001
  • FBI Warns of Organized Computer Hacker Groups (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/08/2001
  • Ukraine: FBI To Probe Gongadze Death (RFE/RL) 03/08/2001
  • Ukraine's security chief Marchuk admits mistakes in handling Honhadze's case (BBC/FT) 03/08/2001
  • Iraq's oil deal list expands with unfamiliar firms (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/08/2001
  • Flowers, Tears for Ukraine's Jailed 'Gas Princess' (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/08/2001
  • Judge’s decision not to dismiss Holocaust banking cases should not deter forced laborers from filing applications (BRAMA) 03/08/2001
  • U.S. Court Decision on Holocaust-Era Payments: motion denied (BRAMA) 03/08/2001
  • Scholars Voice Concern over the Situation in Ukraine / Звернення Науковців та Фахівців (BRAMA) 03/08/2001

  • U.N. Shuts Brothels In Bosnia, Frees 177 From Sexual Slavery (Wash Post) 03/07/2001
  • Belgrade, Skopje, West Try to Dampen Balkan Tinder (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/07/2001
  • Photo: soldier of the Emergency Situations Ministry strokes a dog next to a flooded house in Vareevo (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/07/2001
  • Photo: soldier of the Emergency Situations Ministry helps people get out of a boat (AP/Yahoo) 03/07/2001
  • Villagers row through the flooded streets in Vareevo village of Beregovsky district (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/07/2001
  • Photo: Flooded houses of Vareevo village in Beregovsky district (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/07/2001
  • Photo: People row past a flooded house in Vareevo village in western Ukraine (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/07/2001
  • Photo: Deputy Foreign Minister Yelchenko with U.N.'s Kofi Annan (AP/Yahoo) 03/07/2001
  • Photo: Elderly Ukrainian women sell self produced horseradish, pickles, apples and potatoes on the eve of International Women's Day in downtown Kyiv (AP/Yahoo) 03/07/2001
  • Profiles of Key Israeli Ministers (AP/Yahoo) 03/07/2001
  • New Data Base Documents Trafficking of Women (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/07/2001
  • Hungary: Flooding continues; 30,000 evacuated in Hungary; six dead in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 03/07/2001
  • U.S. Judge Does Not Dismiss German Holocaust Suits (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/07/2001
  • Ukraine appeals for international aid for flooded Western Region (BBC/FT) 03/07/2001
  • Ukraine: Tent camp removed quietly, court bans further action (BBC/FT) 03/07/2001
  • Ukraine: Students' protest camp removed in centre of capital (BBC/FT) 03/07/2001
  • Ukraine: Court orders students to remove protest camp (BBC/FT) 03/07/2001
  • Ukrainian nuclear generating set restarted after repairs (BBC/FT) 03/07/2001
  • Ukraine's Deputy Foreign Minister Yelchenko on the disappearance of journalist Gongadze and slow-moving investigation (Photo) (BRAMA) 03/07/2001

  • New Pollution Tool: Toxic Avengers With Leaves (NY Times) 03/06/2001
  • Two dead, 20 bridges destroyed as floods ravage Western Ukraine (BBC/FT) 03/06/2001
  • Ukraine: Missing journalist's relatives denied access to case materials until its completion (BBC/FT) 03/06/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecutor blames criminal gang for journalist's death (BBC/FT) 03/06/2001
  • Ukraine: Repeat DNA test on body in Honhadze case to be done in USA (BBC/FT) 03/06/2001
  • Western Ukrainian flood victims flee to Hungary (BBC/FT) 03/06/2001
  • Ukraine nuclear shutdown (BBC/FT) 03/06/2001

  • Odynsky Innocent of War Crimes, Judge Finds (BRAMA) 03/05/2001
  • Photo: Myroslava Gongadze, wife of murdered opposition journalist (AP/Yahoo) 03/05/2001
  • Ukrainian Students Start New Anti-Kuchma Tent City (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/05/2001
  • No Answers for Ukrainian Widow (AP/Yahoo) 03/05/2001
  • Ukraine: Opposition says authorities may be planning to kill jailed leader (BBC/FT) 03/05/2001
  • European Commission gives Ukraine 33.3m euros to build nuclear waste facility (BBC/FT) 03/05/2001
  • Ukrainian parliament committee head accuses prosecutor's office of corruption (BBC/FT) 03/05/2001
  • Anti-presidential protest resumes in Ukrainian capital (BBC/FT) 03/05/2001
  • Ukrainian court satisfies MPs' suit against customs service (BBC/FT) 03/05/2001
  • Anti-presidential protest resumes in Ukrainian capital (BBC/FT) 03/05/2001
  • New tent camp - Presidential staff official describes protesters' plans as unwise (BBC/FT) 03/05/2001
  • Ukraine: Additional DNA test to be conducted on dead body in Honhadze case (BBC/FT) 03/05/2001
  • Ukraine: German firm to build nuclear waste recycling facility at Chernobyl (BBC/FT) 03/05/2001
  • Ukraine: Russian paper details Ukraine's crackdown on media (BBC/FT) 03/05/2001

  • US Unloads Smuggled Mexico Cocaine (AP/Excite) 03/04/2001

  • Police Raid Brothels in Bosnia: Ukrainian women held on suspicion of prostitution (AP/Yahoo) 03/03/2001

  • Police tear down tent city to end protests in Kiev (Independent) 03/02/2001
  • Ukraine prosecutor refuses new tests on mystery body (BBC/FT) 03/02/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecutor-general rejects request for repeat forensic tests (BBC/FT) 03/02/2001
  • Helsinki Commission Chairman Urges Ukraine to Confront Legacy of Corruption (BRAMA) 03/02/2001
  • Ukraine, Power Generation: EBRD-Funded Opportunity For Chernobyl Shelter Equipment (BRAMA) 03/02/2001
  • Opposition forum appeals to foreign governments to defend democracy in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 03/02/2001
  • Opposition forum vows to resist Ukrainian authorities (BBC/FT) 03/02/2001
  • Angola bought weapons from Ukraine in 'totally legal' transaction - radio report (BBC/FT) 03/02/2001
  • Ukraine: Tax Administration chief denies his conversations on scandalous tape (BBC/FT) 03/02/2001
  • Ukraine courts acquit or fine anti-president protesters (BBC/FT) 03/02/2001
  • Ukraine: Opposition forum says other forms of action have to be used (BBC/FT) 03/02/2001
  • USA threatens to cut aid to Ukraine if no progress with democracy (BBC/FT) 03/02/2001
  • Ukrainian students to resume tent protests on 5 March (BBC/FT) 03/02/2001
  • Лемки: В Пошиках Істини (День) 03/02/2001
  • IЛЮЗIЯ ЧИСТОТИ (День) 03/02/2001
  • Ukrainian Nazi victims urge Germany to start compensation payments (AP/Kyiv Post) 03/02/2001
  • Ukraine Nuclear Reactor Shut Down After Electric Failure (AFP/Russia Today) 03/02/2001
  • Soros Calls on Ukraine's Kuchma to Stand Down (Reuters/Russia Today) 03/02/2001
  • Stanching the Slavic Sex Trade (Russia Journal/Russia Today) 03/02/2001

  • Ukrainian Police Tear Down Anti-Kuchma Tent Camp (AP/Yahoo) 03/01/2001
  • Willing sex slaves (Guardian) 03/01/2001
  • New report fails to say tapes real (Kyiv Post) 03/01/2001
  • East Europe Drug Flow Worries Britain (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/01/2001
  • French Try to Prove Chornobyl Caused Ailments (Reuters/Yahoo) 03/01/2001
  • Bush Cautions Ukraine President (AP/Yahoo) 03/01/2001
  • French Try to Prove Chernobyl Caused Ailments (Reuters/Excite) 03/01/2001
  • East Europe Drug Flow Worries Britain (Reuters/Excite) 03/01/2001
  • Ukrainian Police Tear Down Anti-Kuchma Tent Camp (Reuters/Excite) 03/01/2001
  • Cornered: Ukrainians are protesting on the streets against their president, Leonid Kuchma (BCE) 03/01/2001
  • Ukrainian court acquits first detained tent camp protester (BBC/FT) 03/01/2001
  • US ambassador to Ukraine 'regrets' anti-presidential tent camp demolition (BBC/FT) 03/01/2001
  • Protesters promise to rebuild demolished tent camp (BBC/FT) 03/01/2001
  • Ukrainian police tear down anti-Kuchma tent camp (E-Trade) 03/01/2001
  • Ukrainian police break up tent protest (CNN) 03/01/2001
  • Detained Ukrainian tent protesters put on trial (BBC/FT) 03/01/2001
  • Ukraine: 44 anti-presidential protesters detained during tent camp break-up (BBC/FT) 03/01/2001
  • Ukraine: Demolition of tent camps - a show of 'democracy' - state TV (BBC/FT) 03/01/2001
  • Ukraine: Up to 2,000 policemen took part in demolishing tent city - MP (BBC/FT) 03/01/2001
  • Ukraine: Police say protest tents demolished by court ruling (BBC/FT) 03/01/2001
  • Ukraine: Police attack journalist covering tent city break-up (BBC/FT) 03/01/2001
  • Ukraine: Nuclear reactor halted for unscheduled repairs (BBC/FT) 03/01/2001
  • Photo: Policemen evict occupants of tent camp on Kreshchatyk (AP/Yahoo) 03/01/2001
  • Photo: Policemen raid on protesters' tent camp in central Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 03/01/2001
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