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  • Hippo Mauls Swimmer at Zoo (Reuters) 07/31/2001
  • Over 70 illegal immigrants said detained on Russian-Ukrainian border (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/31/2001
  • Former chief of Ukrainian fuel company [Didenko] denies wrongdoing after arrest in Germany (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/31/2001
  • Anthrax outbreak in Ukraine, five people in hospital (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/31/2001
  • Ukraine restarts two nuclear reactors at power plants (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/31/2001
  • Ukraine restarts two nuclear reactors at power plants (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/31/2001

  • Ukraine: Four people in hospital with anthrax symptoms - TV (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/30/2001
  • Ukraine: Nuclear reactor stopped at power plant; cause to be found (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/30/2001
  • Ukraine: 44 injured in two bus accidents in eastern Region (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/30/2001

  • Ukraine: Moscow mayor in Crimea, reiterates view it should belong to Russia (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/29/2001
  • Ukrainian television accuses West of nearsighted policy in Balkans (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/29/2001
  • British firm accused in UN 'sex scandal': International police in Bosnia face prostitution claims (Observer/FT) 07/29/2001

  • Macedonia Village Is Center of Europe Web in Sex Trade (NY Times) 07/28/2001

  • Ukraine: Criminal case against head of state reserves dropped (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001
  • Ukrainian journalist [Oleksandrov]'s murder investigated by his opponents - ex-policeman (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/27/2001
  • Poor Laws Aid Groups Trafficking Women (RFE/RL) 07/27/2001
  • Ukraine: Former premier's lawyer wants top officials to testify (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/27/2001

  • Compensation claims for Nazi-era victims 'could reach 1.8m' (Financial Times) 07/26/2001
  • U.S. to Ukraine: Investigate, solve murders of 2 journalists (Freedom Forum Online) 07/26/2001
  • Ukraine to maintain military cooperation with Macedonia - Foreign Ministry (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/26/2001

  • U.S. Aid to Emerging Democracy At Risk - Rep. Marcy Kaptur of Ohio (BRAMA) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Former presidential guard [Melnychenko] wants to prove authenticity of his tapes (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • US national security adviser [Rice] speaks against cutting aid to Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • US stance on Ukraine's human rights record less critical than expected - TV (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine insists on demarcation of border with Russia (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Controversial judge labels his dismissal 'oligrachs' revenge' (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • Consolidate reforms, freedom of speech, US tells Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001
  • Chechen Mafia widening its activities in Ukraine - paper [Ekspres] (BBC/FT-Lviv) 07/25/2001
  • Ukraine: Senior judge [Vasylenko] defends sacked colleague (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/25/2001

  • Britain gives Ukraine 1m dollars for World Bank project to assist the poor (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/24/2001
  • Russian bank refunds Soviet-era deposits to Ukrainians (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/24/2001
  • Ukraine: Border troops to guard Chernobyl exclusion zone (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/24/2001
  • Journalist's widow calls on US Congress not to cut aid to Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/24/2001
  • Ukraine: Officials discuss problems of planned amnesty (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/24/2001

  • Russian prime minister [Kasyanov] to chair governmental meeting on illegal drugs (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/23/2001
  • Ukraine set to continue developing nuclear technologies (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/23/2001
  • Russia steps up fight against drugs (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/23/2001
  • Ukrainian tax chief calls for international cooperation to fight money-laundering (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/23/2001
  • Beaten Ukrainian journalist [Velychko] rejects robbery explanation (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/23/2001
  • Reactor restarted after repair at Ukrainian nuclear plant (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/23/2001
  • Ukraine to develop nuclear energy facilities - deputy parliament speaker says (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/23/2001
  • Ukraine: Assailed journalist [Velychko] says attack against him was no robbery (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/23/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] 'cannot forget' tape scandal (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/23/2001

  • Rich nations support AIDS fund [Ukraine has fastest growing AIDS epidemic in Europe] (USA Today) 07/22/2001
  • Nazi guard allegations renewed 24 years later (San Francisco Chronicle) 07/22/2001
  • Ukraine: Telecoms chief [Shevchuk] sacked for mismanagement, corruption - official (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/22/2001

  • Judge Revokes U.S. Citizenship of Nazi Slave Labor Camp Guard [Ukrainian-born Mykola Wasylyk] (U.S. Department of State) 07/21/2001
  • Ukraine: Crimean prosecutor opens criminal case on journalist [Ryabchykov]'s death a year [later] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/21/2001
  • Ukrainian newspaper [Sotsialna Polityka] reports disappearance of Kiev-based journalist [Kovalenko] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/21/2001
  • Ukraine, China voice support for ABM (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/21/2001

  • 25 children hospitalized with food poisoning in Ukraine (KPNews.com) 07/20/2001
  • 20 held in illegal workers swoop (The Herald [UK]) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine: Analysis From Washington -- When Journalists Become Targets (RFE/RL) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor suggests common crime behind journalist [Gongadze]'s death (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Potato field swoop on illegal immigrants (Scotsman/FT) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian navy prosecutor sacked for failing to combat theft (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor-general brushes off lawyer's claims of mistreatment (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/20/2001
  • Ukraine to recycle contaminated steel from Chernobyl (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor's office confirms arrest of former head of energy company (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001
  • Ukrainian police arrest members of Russian criminal gang (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/20/2001

  • Diversity remains learning experience (Oregonian) 07/19/2001
  • Alleged Nazi's Citizenship Revoked (AP/Yahoo) 07/19/2001
  • 'Wall Fall Profits' Help Cut Pollution (FAZ) 07/19/2001
  • Children of Chernobyl: Group helps children affected by nuclear accident (SignOn San Diego) 07/19/2001
  • Ukraine: Nuclear reactor back on line after repairs (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/19/2001
  • Ukrainian miners leader laments corruption in coal industry (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/19/2001

  • Fifteen wedding guests hospitalized with food poisoning in Ukraine (KPNews.com) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine to start construction of new Chernobyl sarcophagus in 2002 (KPNews.com) 07/18/2001
  • Debating Who Controls Holocaust Artifacts (NY Times) 07/18/2001
  • UAB hosts 8 countries at health care summit (Birmingham Business Journal) 07/18/2001
  • International group rejects Ukrainian police's version of journalist's beating (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Socialist Party reports Kiev office attacked in broad day light (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Chernihiv vendors ask US embassy for political asylum (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Miners union cries persecution due to alliance with opposition (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Former oil and gas company head arrested (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/18/2001
  • Ukraine: Socialist Party reports Kiev office attacked in broad day light (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/18/2001
  • Russian businessman implicated in murdering head of Ukraine's central bank (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/18/2001

  • Eurasia investigation comes to close (KPNews.com) 07/17/2001
  • UKRAINE: Media executive assaulted (CPJ Press Freedom) 07/17/2001
  • Police in western Ukraine [Lutsk] says journalist [Velychko]'s beating wasn't political (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/17/2001
  • Ukraine: Imported nuclear waste not to be stored at new Chernobyl facility (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/17/2001
  • Nervous times for Ukraine journalists (BBC) 07/17/2001
  • Ukraine denies Romanian reports about border violation (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/17/2001

  • Ukraine: Controversial lawyer [Andriy Fedur, Lesya Gongadze attorney] reports receiving threats (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Journalist [Oleksandrov]'s murder politically motivated [Donetsk] - national security chief [Marchuk] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/16/2001
  • Police say robbery behind attack on journalist [Velychko] in western Ukraine [Lutsk] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/16/2001
  • Ukraine: Nuclear reactor back on line after repairs (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/16/2001
  • Ukraine: TV scrutinizes journalist's murder (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/16/2001

  • Ukrainian minister [Kurykin] voices concern over Chernobyl-replacement reactors (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/15/2001
  • Ukraine minister offers to arm journalists (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/15/2001

  • Modern slave trade is rife in Greece [trafficking] (Kathimerini) 07/14/2001
  • AIDS plagues Ukrainian youth (MSNBC) 07/14/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor [Potebenko] brings criminal charges against bank officials (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/14/2001
  • Ukraine: nuclear generating set [Zaporizhzhya] halted following failed resumption (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/14/2001
  • Ukraine: Lawyer of high-profile suspect in hospital after fight with prosecutor (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/14/2001
  • Ukraine: Interior minister advises journalists to keep low profile (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/14/2001

  • Ukraine: Policeman shoots Crimean Tatar, reportedly after torture (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/13/2001
  • Ukraine asks UN for cut-price AIDS drugs (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/13/2001
  • Ukraine: Media Chief [Velichko] Beaten By Unknown Attackers (RFE/RL) 07/13/2001
  • Ukraine: Controversial judge releases son of disgraced MP (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/13/2001
  • Ukrainian health ministry releases new HIV and AIDS figures (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/13/2001
  • Number of illegal migrants falling in 2001 - Ukrainian border service (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/13/2001
  • US says Slovenia not meeting illegal trafficking in persons targets (BBC/FT-Ljubljana) 07/13/2001
  • Dov Levin: Controversial Israeli judge of 'Ivan the Terrible' [Demjaniuk] (Financial Times) 07/13/2001
  • Ukrainian nuclear reactor shut down due to malfunction (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/13/2001

  • Report: Countries Lax in Trafficking (AP/Yahoo) 07/12/2001
  • Selected Countries Cited in Report (AP/Yahoo) 07/12/2001
  • Report: Countries Lax in Trafficking (AP/Yahoo) 07/12/2001
  • (Correction) Journalist [Velychko] beaten, sent to hospital in western Ukraine [Lutsk] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • Ukraine: Spent nuclear fuel to be stored at Zaporizhzhya nuclear power station (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • Deputy premier [Dubyna] denies Ukraine's stealing Russian gas (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/12/2001
  • Report Criticizes Human Trafficking (AP/Yahoo) 07/12/2001
  • OSCE to hold second anti-corruption seminar in Lvov (OSCE) 07/12/2001
  • OSCE calls for co-ordinated fight against trafficking in human beings (OSCE) 07/12/2001
  • Ukrainian nuclear reactor shut down due to malfunction (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/12/2001

  • Stolen youth: Many people now living in Britain were among those forced to work for the Nazis (Guardian/FT) 07/11/2001
  • Ukraine: Police detain three suspects in murder of human-rights activist [Patris, Vinnytsya] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/11/2001
  • Ukraine's [Zaporizhzhya] nuclear power station allowed to operate nuclear waste repository (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/11/2001
  • Parliament, media groups decry murder of journalist in eastern Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/11/2001
  • Ukraine to turn Chernobyl power station into storage for spent nuclear fuel (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/11/2001
  • Ukrainian president discusses gas debt, corruption in phone-in interview (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/11/2001

  • Ukraine: Journalist Aleksandrov Murdered (RFE/RL) 07/10/2001
  • Ukrainian president [Kuchma] comments on mistakes, opposition and journalist's death (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/10/2001
  • Organization delivers help to sick children abroad (Seattle Times) 07/10/2001
  • Ukraine's prosecutor, justice minister at odds over corruption probes - paper (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/10/2001
  • International human rights activist murdered in central Ukrainian city [Vinnytsya] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/10/2001
  • Ukraine: President [Kuchma] orders transparent probe into TV director's murder [Oleksandrov] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/10/2001
  • Paris declaration calls for more oversight and accountability in the OSCE / Concerns expressed regarding the situation in Ukraine (OSCE) 07/10/2001
  • Each year the world spends pounds 5bn on small arms (Guardian/FT) 07/10/2001

  • Italian Police Nab RUF's Chief Arms Supplier [Africa] (Concord Times) 07/09/2001
  • Thousands attend funeral of murdered journalist [Oleksandrov] in eastern Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/09/2001
  • Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine create nuclear fuel venture (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/09/2001
  • Romanian president calls Moldova a second Romanian state (BBC/FT-Chisinau) 07/09/2001
  • Участь української делегації молоді в ХV Всесвітньому фестивалі молоді и студентів (Алжир) і у ІІ Всесвітньому фестивалі молоді (Панама) [прес-конф - 11.7.01] (IREX) 07/09/2001
  • Майбутнє України: погляд молодих лідерів [круглий стіл - 11.7.01] (IREX) 07/09/2001
  • Anti-corruption reporter murdered (Independent) 07/09/2001
  • The international dealers in death - Ian Traynor in Odessa (Guardian) 07/09/2001
  • Ukraine: Motives behind journalist [Oleksandrov]'s murder examined - [Kievskiye Vedomosti] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/09/2001
  • Czech visas fail to prevent influx of mafias from ex-USSR - press (BBC/FT-Prague) 07/09/2001
  • Laws unto themselves: As the French ruling against Yahoo shows, cross-border legal judgments are on the increase (Financial Times) 07/09/2001
  • Journalist [Aleksandrov]'s killing increases pressure on Kuchma (Independent) 07/09/2001

  • Russian patriarch reiterates criticism of papal visit to Ukraine (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/08/2001

  • USA cuts aid to India, others for reducing global warming (BBC/FT-New Delhi) 07/07/2001
  • Ukraine: Journalist Dies Of Injuries After Assault (RFE/RL) 07/07/2001
  • Ukrainian reactor reconnected to grid after testing (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/07/2001
  • Ukraine investigative journalist Oleksandrov dies from attack injuries (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/07/2001
  • Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine to set up nuclear fuel joint venture (BBC/FT-Almaty) 07/07/2001

  • Reporters sans Frontiers decry violence against journalists in Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/06/2001
  • Ukraine: French experts to conduct more tests on alleged journalist corpse [Gongadze] (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/06/2001
  • Court hands out prison sentences in Ukraine's worst mine accident (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/06/2001
  • Hour-long disconnection at Ukrainian nuclear power plant (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/06/2001
  • Ukrainian prosecutor ready to conduct additional test on 'Tarashcha body' - ombudsman Nina Karpachova [re: Gongadze] (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/06/2001
  • Ukraine tops European scale for rapid spread of AIDS (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/06/2001
  • Russia/Ukraine: Media exchange regulations under discussion (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/06/2001
  • Ukraine closes nuclear reactor because of generator fault (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/06/2001

  • World Bank to give Ukraine 58 mln usd over 4 yrs to combat AIDS, tuberculosis (AFX/FT) 07/05/2001
  • Russian TV presenter responds to Kiev defamation charge (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/05/2001
  • Ukrainian amnesty for 35,000 minor offenders - Russian agency (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/05/2001
  • Ukraine: Labour minister reports drop in wage arrears (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/05/2001
  • Ukraine and NATO: Making the Right Choices for the 21st Century - Speech in Kyiv by NATO Secretary General, Lord Robertson (NATO) 07/05/2001
  • Ukraine: Expert [Valeriy Ivasyuk] in missing journalist [Gongadze] case returns from asylum in UK (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/05/2001

  • Land of opportunity, struggle: Immigrants' job skills don't always translate (Chicago Tribune) 07/04/2001
  • Hungary to hold talks with Ukraine, Slovakia, Croatia on status law (BBC/FT-Budapest) 07/04/2001

  • Moldovan leader against Dnestr region becoming international issue (BBC/FT-Moscow) 07/03/2001
  • Ukraine: Leader in Communist office seizure temporarily released (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001
  • Ukrainian top prosecutor reportedly wants justice minister Syuzanna Stanik dismissed (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/03/2001
  • Journalist badly injured in assault in eastern Ukraine (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001
  • Ukrainian deputies agree to look into allegations against former security chief (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001
  • Latvian president urges not to give bribes to officials; meets with former Ukraine PM Yuschenko (BBC/FT-Tallinn) 07/03/2001
  • Ukraine: Communists urge parliament to support Milosevic (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/03/2001

  • Ukraine: French assistance in missing journalist case reportedly rejected (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/02/2001
  • Ukraine: US backtracks on pledge to fund Chernobyl replacement reactors (BBC/FT-Kyiv) 07/02/2001
  • Generating set relaunched after maintenance at South Ukraine plant (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/02/2001
  • Ukraine: Generating set briefly goes off line at Zaporizhzhya nuclear plant (BBC/FT-Kyiv/UNIAN) 07/02/2001

  • Massive population shift towards developing world (Bangkok Post/FT) 07/01/2001
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