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  • Scientist says BNFL plant is terrorist risk: Theft of nuclear materials 'a terrifying possibility', report warns (Guardian/FT) 05/31/2001
  • Cooper Union needs to make its case to rebuild - plan under fire from worried Ukrainians (5/23/01) (The Villager) 05/31/2001
  • Chernobyl [ Chornobyl ] catastrophe has cost Ukraine, Belarus and Russia more than US$350-billion - The technology no private sector insurer will cover (Financial Post/FT) 05/31/2001
  • Last Chapter: Berlin to Pay Slave Workers Held by Nazis (NY Times) 05/31/2001

  • Ukraine: opposition leader Tymoshenko accuses president of impeding referendum (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/30/2001
  • Ukraine: special presidential task force trained to control riots (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/30/2001
  • U.S. Again Prosecutes Man Cleared of Being Reviled Nazi (NY Times) 05/30/2001
  • Ukraine sums up anti-corruption drive (BBC/FT) 05/30/2001
  • US indicts Ukrainian crew on drug-smuggling charges (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/30/2001
  • Ukraine: over 2,000 cases of corruption discovered during three weeks (BBC/FT) 05/30/2001
  • U.S. Again Prosecutes Man Cleared of Being Reviled Nazi (NY Times) 05/30/2001
  • Trial Against Alleged Nazi Begins (AP/Yahoo) 05/30/2001

  • Ukraine: High-profile judge complains of pressure, promises to 'fight back' (BBC/FT-Ukrayina Moloda/Kyiv) 05/29/2001
  • Feds Move Against Alleged Nazi (AP/Yahoo) 05/29/2001
  • Photo: John Demjanjuk on trial again in US (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/29/2001

  • Alleged Nazi Guard's Past Haunts Him (AP/Yahoo) 05/28/2001

  • Russia Sees Payoff in Storing Nuclear Waste From Around the World (NY Times) 05/26/2001
  • Ukraine: Rebel judge Zamkovenko considers applying for political asylum in the West (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/26/2001

  • Ukraine Authorities U-Turn on Reporter Murder Case (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/25/2001
  • Ukraine journalist's murder unsolved (CNN) 05/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Interior Minister defends statements on journalist case (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/25/2001
  • Judge refuses to delay start of Demjanjuk trial (CourtTV) 05/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Dead gangsters blamed for journalist's murder have alibi - paper Segodnya (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Interior minister denies pressure by MP's over journalist case (818GMT) (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Chechens or contract killer may have murdered journalist - minister (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecution searches office of judge in former deputy PM Tymoshenko case (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/25/2001

  • Ukraine: Task force on public broadcasting set up (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/24/2001
  • Nuclear renaissance has to reckon with Chernobyl (ENN/Reuters) 05/24/2001
  • A settlement of sorts: On forced labour, logic meets justice (Guardian) 05/24/2001
  • Ukrainian missing journalist case close to completion - prosecutor-general Potebenko (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/24/2001
  • Ukraine: Monument to slain journalists disappears overnight (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/24/2001
  • Journalists' plaque put up, removed (Kyiv Post) 05/24/2001
  • Notice of a Public Meeting at The Cooper Union (May 29, 6:30pm) (BRAMA) 05/24/2001

  • A conversation with Myroslava Gongadze - PHOTOS (BRAMA) 05/23/2001
  • Pilot Project for MedMira HIV Prevention Program to Begin in The Ukraine (BCE Emergis) 05/23/2001
  • Dispute about Holocaust payments 'over' (Forced/Slave Labor) (Financial Times) 05/23/2001

  • Death Camp Accused To Stand Trial (Sky News) 05/22/2001
  • Two Polish policemen indicted for killing Ukrainian (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/22/2001
  • Ukraine protesters halt express train (BBC) 05/22/2001
  • Co-operation only solution to illegal migration issue - conference (BBC/FT-Bucharest) 05/22/2001

  • Ukrainian opposition activists stage rally in Kiev (BBC/FT-Moscow) 05/21/2001
  • Opposition erecting monument to killed journalists in Ukrainian capital (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/21/2001
  • Former Minister Tarasyuk and Myroslava Gongadze visit the Ukrainian festival in NYC (BRAMA) 05/21/2001
  • Children of Chernobyl (LA Times) 05/21/2001

  • Ukraine Religious Groups Stage Massive AIDS March (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/20/2001

  • Ukrainian newspaper [Zerkalo Nedeli] dismisses police's version of journalist's death (BBC/FT) 05/19/2001
  • Federal grand jury indicts 18 in Ukrainian smuggling ring (AP/Kyiv Post) 05/19/2001

  • Ukraine murder investigator says it isn't over until it's over (Freedom Forum) 05/18/2001
  • Three more men arrested in crackdown on organized crime in western Ukraine [Lviv] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/18/2001
  • Gang of suspected contract killers arrested in Ukraine [Dnipropetrovsk] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/18/2001
  • Ruling in Nazi Slave Labor Case (AP/Yahoo) 05/18/2001

  • Opinion: Case closed (Kyiv Post) 05/17/2001
  • Ukraine develops vehicles to disperse demonstrations (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/17/2001
  • Ukraine: Party demands answers on journalist murder, tape scandal - Holos Ukrayiny (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/17/2001
  • President Kuchma presents draft amnesty law to parliament (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/17/2001
  • Ukraine: One arrested in protest outside parliament against Papal visit (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/17/2001
  • Ukraine: Prosecutor-General's Office denies journalist case solved (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/17/2001
  • Nuclear's future (Financial Times) 05/17/2001
  • Ukraine Calls Newsman's Killing Nonpolitical; Skeptics Abound (NY Times) 05/17/2001

  • Ukrainians feel 'used,' others feel walled-in by Cooper plan (Villager) 05/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Investigating MP says interior minister wrong on murdered journalist (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/16/2001
  • PACE says Ukraine to face problems if investigation into Gongadze case stopped (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Missing journalist killed by drug addicts - Deputy Interior Minister Dzhyha (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/16/2001
  • Excuse me? Chernomyrdin and Kuchma speak slang-ridden version of Russian (Financial Times) 05/16/2001
  • Gongadze Murder Solved, Says Minister (RFE/RL) 05/16/2001
  • Ukraine has a definite degree of mass media freedom - Ukrainian MP (BBC/FT-Moscow) 05/16/2001
  • Some TV, radio channels support national broadcasting council (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Former deputy PM says referendum plans on track (BBC/FT) 05/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Opposition sets up tents near parliament, demands impeachment (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/16/2001
  • Ukrainian Minister Says Reporter's Death Unrelated to Politics - Ukraine's Interior Minister (Bloomberg) 05/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Investigating detective casts doubt that journalist's case solved (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/16/2001

  • Ukraine Ends Reporter Murder Probe (AP/Yahoo) 05/15/2001
  • Ukraine: Murdered journalist case solved, interior minister says (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/15/2001
  • Suspects in Rishon gang rape remanded (Ha'aretz) 05/15/2001
  • Ship and suspects in major cocaine bust arrive at San Diego (CNN) 05/15/2001
  • Ukrainian president deplores lack of Ukrainian press in Russia (BBC/FT-Moscow) 05/15/2001
  • Ukrainian Interior Ministry creates subunits to fight top-level crime (BBC/FT-DINAU/Kyiv) 05/15/2001
  • Foreign Ministry to help Ukrainian sailors detained in USA on drugs charges (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/15/2001
  • Ukraine: President comments on journalist's murder (BBC/FT-Moscow) 05/15/2001
  • Ukrainian TV journalists resign in protest against management policies - paper Ukrayina Moloda (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/15/2001

  • U.N. Seeks Weapons Shipment Probe: Ukraine Firm Denies Seized Arms Were Headed for Eritrea in Violation of Ban (Wash Post) 05/14/2001
  • Photo: 13 tons of cocaine found stashed in secret compartments on a fishing boat off San Diego (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/14/2001
  • Photo: U.S. Coast Guard officers stand watch over 13 tons of cocaine (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/14/2001
  • Photo: U.S. Coast Guard officers stand watch over cocaine stash (Reuters/Yahoo) 05/14/2001
  • Coast Guard seizes record amount of cocaine (USA Today) 05/14/2001
  • Russians and Ukrainians caught smuggling 13 tons of cocaine (AP/Yahoo) 05/14/2001
  • Ukrainian president signs decree to help ex-political prisoners (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/14/2001
  • Six Ukrainian TV and radio channels sign declaration supporting media watchdog (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/14/2001
  • Ukrainian police detain suspects involved in contract killings in Russia (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/14/2001
  • Judge Kram grants Central and East European countries request for emergency relief (BRAMA) 05/14/2001
  • Ukrainian former slave laborers eligible for Swiss bank settlement - claims process is confusing (BRAMA) 05/14/2001
  • Ukraine/Russia: Kiev press congress to dicuss Russian language media (BBC/FT-Moscow) 05/14/2001
  • Ukrainian security council denies illegal supply of arms to Croatia and Bosnia (BBC/FT-UNIAN/Kyiv) 05/14/2001

  • Ukraine: 39 illegals from Asia detained on western border (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 05/13/2001
  • Deportation story requires context (Edmonton Journal) 05/13/2001

  • Eurotech Ltd. participates in U.N. Conference commemorating Chernobyl (May 10) (Vert Tech) 05/12/2001

  • Trafficking claims many Ukrainians (Kyiv Post) 05/11/2001

  • Bosnian Council of Ministers says country 'base' for transfer of immigrants to West (BBC/FT) 05/10/2001
  • Nazi Labor Lawsuits May Move Forward (AP/Excite) 05/10/2001
  • Local journalists report rampant harassment (Kyiv Post) 05/10/2001

  • Children born after Chernobyl show DNA changes (CBC) 05/09/2001
  • Czechs see Russia as military threat - poll (BBC/FT) 05/09/2001
  • Chernobyl raised mutations 600% (Guardian) 05/09/2001
  • Warm heart in subzero Ukraine (AZ Central) 05/09/2001

  • Ukraine: Hunger strike planned in support of jailed opposition protesters (BBC/FT) 05/08/2001
  • Ukraine: US Embassy confirms positive results on body in journalist case (BBC/FT) 05/08/2001
  • Opposition plans commemoration of journalists's death for 21 May - TV (BBC/FT) 05/08/2001
  • Ukraine: Questions remain after FBI tests on body in missing journalist case (BBC/FT) 05/08/2001
  • Ukraine: FBI tests on body in missing journalist case looking positive - TV (BBC/FT) 05/08/2001
  • Ukraine Newsman's Body Identified (AP/Yahoo) 05/08/2001

  • Ukrainian deputy minister reports on achievements in fighting organized crime (BBC/FT) 05/07/2001
  • Remains belong to Ukrainian reporter, TV station reports (BBC/FT) 05/07/2001
  • Ukraine: Greek Catholic hierarch warns against disorders during papal visit - ICTV (BBC/FT) 05/07/2001
  • Ukraine: Baby death rate decreasing, but still much higher than in Europe (BBC/FT) 05/07/2001

  • Ukraine Human Rights & Democracy Focus of Helsinki Commission Hearing (US Newswire) 05/06/2001
  • Photo: rescue worker mourns miners killed in a methane gas explosion at the Kirov mine (AP/Yahoo) 05/06/2001
  • Photo: Volodymyr Valervich, a miner, leans his elbows on a hospital bed in the town of Makeyevka (AP/Yahoo) 05/06/2001
  • Photo: Rescue workers move a car turned over in a methane gas explosion at the Kirov mines (AP/Yahoo) 05/06/2001
  • Ukraine's heat warms Russia (CS Monitor) 05/06/2001
  • Prague Conference Assesses Russian Threat, Ukraine's Problems (RFE/RL) 05/06/2001
  • Ukrainian Journalist's Wife Doubts Justice (Wash Post) 05/06/2001

  • Ukraine's human traffickers firmly in control (Kyiv Post) 05/04/2001
  • Journalist committee head explains reasons for blacklisting Ukrainian leader (BBC/FT) 05/04/2001
  • Photo: Patrick Patterson, Agent in Charge of the Los Angeles FBI announcing criminal ring breakup (AP/Excite) 05/04/2001

  • Poetry & Protests: UKRAINE (Index on Censorship) 05/03/2001
  • Ukrainian Journalist's Wife Doubts Justice (Wash Post) 05/03/2001
  • Committee Names Int'l Press Enemies (AP/Excite) 05/03/2001
  • Feds Break Up Smuggling Ring (AP/Yahoo) 05/03/2001
  • Udovenko's centre-right party wants public control over national TV (BBC/FT) 05/03/2001
  • Ukraine: Council says within law in refusing Radio Kontynent a licence (BBC/FT) 05/03/2001
  • CPJ names Ten Worst Enemies of the Press for 2001: Pres. Kuchma included (CPJ) 05/03/2001

  • US Congress holds hearings on state of human rights, democracy in Ukraine (BBC/FT) 05/02/2001
  • Ukrainian president calls for creation of regional batallion to be speeded up (BBC/FT) 05/02/2001

  • Freedom House annual report says global press freedom improved (Freedom House) 05/01/2001
  • Ukraine: State TV chief removes dissenter (BBC/FT) 05/01/2001
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