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  • Преса в Україні менш вільна, ніж в Іраку? (BBC Ukrainian) 04/30/2004
  • UN refugee agency concerned by new EU law on asylum seekers (UN News Centre) 04/30/2004
  • Chernobyl reactor needs new cover (Big News Network) 04/30/2004

  • Protesters Target Cigarette-Maker Altria (AFP/Yahoo) 04/29/2004
  • Flawed Democracies: Center unveils new tool to track political accountability around the world [Ukraine - weak] (CPI) 04/29/2004
  • Statement by the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations H.E. Ambassador Valeriy Kuchynsky at the special event commemorating the 18th anniversary of the Chornobyl disaster (BRAMA) 04/29/2004
  • 'Чорнобильське серце' застукало у залі Генеральної Асамблеї ООН (BRAMA) 04/29/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian border guard with his sniffer dog approaches a truck to be inspected at a checkpoint in Shegyni, at the Ukrainian-Polish border April 24, 2004. Ukraine's neighbors Poland, Slovakia and Hungary join the European Union on May 1, 2004, and some say the EU expansion will create a new division in Europe 15 years after the fall of Communism appeared to dissolve barriers between east and west. Picture taken April 24, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/29/2004
  • Acccusations, ill will 6 years after Holocaust bank settlement (AP/Newsday) 04/29/2004
  • New York court is set to examine how the remains of a global Holocaust settlement fund should be distributed (NZZ) 04/29/2004
  • Ukrainian journalist arrested for hunger striking (UANewswire) 04/29/2004
  • The Chernobyl effect and North Korea (Asia Times) 04/29/2004
  • Дiяльнiсть Фонду допомоги дiтям ... [from 4/27/04] (VOA) 04/29/2004
  • Poland's EU border challenge (Radio Netherlands) 04/29/2004
  • EU Cracks Down on Migrant Labor as Its Borders Stretch Eastward (Bloomberg) 04/29/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians holding passports and application forms queue outside the Polish consulate to get visas in the western city of Lviv April 24, 2004. Ukraine's neighbors Poland, Slovakia and Hungary join the European Union on May 1, 2004, and some say the EU expansion will create a new division in Europe 15 years after the fall of Communism appeared to dissolve barriers between East and West. Picture taken April 24, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/29/2004

  • Human trafficking victims 'drop' (BBC) 04/28/2004
  • Not for the faint of heart: Oscar-winning documentary about Chornobyl screened at UN SPECIAL (BRAMA) 04/28/2004
  • Ukrainian American NGOs at UN screening of Oscar-winning documentary about Chornobyl FOTO/S (BRAMA) 04/28/2004
  • Rights watchdog says harsh drug policies fuelling AIDS in Russia [Russia, Ukraine, and the Baltic state of Estonia suffering from some of the fastest growing rates of HIV/AIDS in the world] (AFP) 04/28/2004
  • Inquest - Naked and Drunk Cleaner Found Dead in Cafe Royal (The Scotsman) 04/28/2004
  • On this day - 1986: Soviets admit nuclear accident [The report, from the official news agency, Tass, said there had been casualties but gave no details of numbers. It said aid was being sent to the injured.] (BBC) 04/28/2004
  • Another Ukrainian K.O.: female journalist smashed on the head (UANewswire) 04/28/2004
  • [Pagedown] Is the Mukacheve ballot a forerunner of the presidential race? The end of Russian-language broadcasting? (REF/RL) 04/28/2004
  • Ukraine ready to invigorate cooperation with EU in war on terrorism, Lytvyn says (Interfax) 04/28/2004

  • Chernobyl disaster still means little to Ukraine's ecologists (AFP/Taipei Times) 04/27/2004
  • Ukraine: Church and State Cooperation Vital in HIV/AIDS Protection, Care. Providing Free Anti-retroviral Drugs a Major Challenge [from 4/23/04] (LWF) 04/27/2004
  • У Києві побито журналістку газети “CN-Столичные новости” (УНІАН) 04/27/2004
  • Doubts over whether Al Qaida has nukes [Islamic sources said Al Qaida procured tactical nuclear weapons in 1998 from Ukrainian scientists.] (Middle East Newsline) 04/27/2004
  • Photo: Widows [draped in Ukrainian flags] of those who died as a result of the Chernobyl catastrophe cry as they hold portraits of their husbands during a service and memorial ceremony devoted to the 18th anniversary of the tragedy in front of the Chernobyl Memorial in Kiev. In the Belarus capital some 3,000 people demonstrated to mark the anniversary demanding the government halt food production in contaminated areas and increase allowances for those still living in those areas (AFP/Yahoo) 04/27/2004
  • “Just Let Us Live till We Die!” [Chornobyl/Chernobyl] (День) 04/27/2004
  • Top Authorities, Orthodox (UOC-MP) Metropolitan Commemorate Chernobyl Heroes (RISU) 04/27/2004
  • Demonstrators mark Chernobyl anniversary in Belarus capital (AFP/Yahoo) 04/27/2004
  • Churches Cautioned against a Moralistic Approach to HIV/AIDS (LWF) 04/27/2004
  • Thousands in Ukraine Still Waiting for Anti-retroviral Drugs (LWF) 04/27/2004
  • Prosecutors Want DNA from NJ Murder Defendant [59-year-old Lester Stuart Barney of Cherry Hill charged with murder for stabbing death of mail-order bride, 26-year-old Alla, from Ukraine] (KYW) 04/27/2004

  • Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on the 18th anniversary of the Chernobyl accident (UN) 04/26/2004
  • Chernobyl Disaster's Health Impact Remains Cloudy (National Geographic) 04/26/2004
  • Ecologists not a force in Ukraine 18 years after Chernobyl (AFP/Terra Daily) 04/26/2004
  • Дiяльнiсть Фонду допомоги дiтям Чорнобиля (VOA) 04/26/2004
  • Україна i генсек ООН вiдзначили 18-ту рiчницю Чорнобиля (VOA) 04/26/2004
  • Туризм в Чорнобильській зоні (BBC Ukrainian) 04/26/2004
  • Annan urges continued international support for victims of Chernobyl disaster (UN) 04/26/2004
  • Photo (file): General view of the sarcophagus at Chernobyl. The construction of a giant shell over the cracked sarcophagus has stirred controversy 18 years after an explosion at one of its reactors spewed 200 tonnes of radioactive magma into the air in the former Soviet republic (AFP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Accomplices [The story of Ukraine’s accession to the Single Economic Space (SES)...] (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/26/2004
  • A Question of Principle [Mukacheve, Medvedchuk...] (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/26/2004
  • 'Our Ukraine' Announces It Has Video-Tapes Confirming Baloha's Victory at Mukachevo Elections (UNIAN) 04/26/2004
  • OSCE chief urges probe into Mukacheve election debacle (Ukrayinska Pravda) 04/26/2004
  • Pifer hopes for unbiased and quick investigation of events in Mukacheve (Interfax) 04/26/2004
  • The Almanac: On this day in history in 1986, a fire at the Soviet Union's Chernobyl nuclear reactor north of Kiev resulted in the world's worst nuclear disaster. (UPI/Wash Times) 04/26/2004
  • Sightseeing in the dead zone (Sydney Morning Herald) 04/26/2004
  • Remembering Chernobyl (CBS) 04/26/2004
  • Chernobyl Victims: Don't Forget Us (CBS) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: A relative of a worker who died after battling the blaze and entombing the smoldering Chernobyl power plant in 1986, mourns at the memorial to Chernobyl victims in Kiev, April 26, 2004. Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear tragedy, when an explosion at Reactor four of the Chernobyl power plant spewed a cloud of radioactivity across Europe and the Soviet Union. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Veterans remember their friends at a grave for firefighters, in a cemetery, just outside Moscow, Monday, April 26, 2004. Across the former Soviet Union, people lit candles, laid flowers and held demonstrations Monday to mark the 18th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, which spread radiation over much of northern Europe. In all, 7 million people in the former Soviet republics of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine are estimated to suffer physical or psychological effects of radiation related to the April 26, 1986, catastrophe, when reactor No. 4 exploded and caught fire. (AP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: A relative of a worker who died after battling the blaze and entombing the smouldering Chernobyl power plant in 1986, mourns at the memorial to Chernobyl victims in Kiev, April 26, 2004. Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear tragedy, when an explosion at Reactor four of the Chernobyl power plant spewed a cloud of radioactivity across Europe and the Soviet Union. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Vasdili Vaschyuk, center, remembers his firefighter son Nikolai, at his grave at a cemetery, just outside Moscow, Monday, April 26, 2004. Across the former Soviet Union, people lit candles, laid flowers and held demonstrations Monday to mark the 18th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, which spread radiation over much of northern Europe. In all, 7 million people in the former Soviet republics of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine are estimated to suffer physical or psychological effects of radiation related to the April 26, 1986, catastrophe, when reactor No. 4 exploded and caught fire. Others are unidentified. (AP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Alehandra Lihova, sister of a worker who died following the clean-up operations for the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear explosion, wipes tears away at the wreath laying ceremony at the Chernobyl's victim monument in Ukraine's capital Kiev, Monday, April 26, 2004. A tomb stela depicting the sarcophagus is on the right. On April 26 Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the Chernobyl world's worst nuclear disaster. (AP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: A file picture shows an aerial view of the ruined fourth reactor of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Ukraine marks on Monday, April 26, 2004 the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear tragedy, when an explosion at Reactor four of the Chernobyl power plant spewed a cloud of radioactivity across Europe and the Soviet Union. Photo taken April 1986. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainians light up candles to commemorate those who died after the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe, during a night service at the memorial to Chernobyl firefighters in the city of Slavutych near the Chernobyl plant, early April 26, 2004. Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear tragedy since Chernobyl's reactor No.4 exploded sending radioactive clouds in the air, poisoning vast areas in Ukraine, Belarus and Russia, contaminating much of Europe. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Ukraine: hackers school (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/26/2004
  • ONE hundred people mark anniversary of Chernobyl disaster in Kiev (AFP/SpaceDaily) 04/26/2004
  • Welcome to the dead zone [Soviet Union's Chernobyl power plant in the the Ukraine] (Straits Times) 04/26/2004
  • В Україні обходять вісімнадцяту річницю аварії на ЧАЕС (BBC Ukrainian) 04/26/2004
  • Eastern Europe's immigration challenge (IHT) 04/26/2004
  • Plans to build new shell over Chernobyl reactor stir debate (AFP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Jockstrip: The world as we know it [Chernobyl: a tourist attraction] (UPI/Wash Times) 04/26/2004
  • Victims remember Chernobyl disaster (Irish Examiner) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Relatives of Chernobyl victims lay flowers at the monument to those who died as a result of Chernobyl explosion after effects, as Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster, in the capital Kiev Monday, April 26, 2004. Big black granite slabs are engraved with the names of hundreds of victims. (AP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: A relative of a Chernobyl victim carries red carnations to lay at the monument to those who died as a result of Chernobyl explosion after effects, as Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster, in the capital Kiev Monday, April 26, 2004. Black-framed photos of Chernobyl victims are seen at the monument's base, as well as a metal structure with the words 'To victims of Chernobyl tragedy' at bottom left. (AP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Praskoviya Nezhyvova places a photo of her son Viktor, who died following the clean-up operations for the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear explosion, at the Chernobyl's victim monument in Ukraine's capital Kiev, Monday April 26, 2004. On Monday, Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, which spread radiation over much of northern Europe. (AP/Yahoo) 04/26/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (L) and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich take part in a ceremony to lay flowers at the monument to Chernobyl catastrophe victims in Kiev, April 26, 2004. Ukraine is marking the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear tragedy, when an explosion at Reactor four of the Chernobyl power plant spewed a cloud of radioactivity across Europe and the Soviet Union. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/26/2004

  • UNICEF: HIV-AIDS, Iodine Deficiency Rate Reach Alarming ... (VOA) 04/25/2004
  • Desovietizing post-Chornobyl Ukraine [UACC] (BRAMA) 04/25/2004
  • UN wants to end confusion about Chernobyl (Reuters/AlertNet) 04/25/2004
  • Ukraine Sees a New 'Iron Curtain' in EU Expansion [Teodozii Onyskiv's wife and her sister were among the many women who left the Ukrainian town of Mikulintsi to work in Italy.] (Wash Post) 04/25/2004
  • Poland Is Worried That Border Controls Create a New Divide (NY Times) 04/25/2004
  • Day-tripping tourists flocking to Chernobyl 'dead zone' (Chicago Sun Times) 04/25/2004
  • Putting the face to the forgery [Iryna Manyk, 24, and her husband Serhiy, 26, arrived from the Ukraine on false Israeli passports...] (New Zealand Stuff) 04/25/2004
  • Photo: Teodozii Onyskiv's wife and her sister were among the many women who left the Ukrainian town of Mikulintsi to work in Italy. (Wash Post) 04/25/2004

  • Photo: Relatives of firefighters who battled the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster hold portraits of those who perished after extinguishing the blaze at the power station's reactor, during a rally in Kiev, April 24, 2004. About two thousand Ukrainians took part in a memorial demonstration to commemorate victims of the world's worst nuclear accident of April 26, 1986. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Photo: Nina Kharchenko, center, cries as she carries a portrait of her deceased husband, victim of the Chernobyl catastrophe, during a march in Khreshchatyk street in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, April 24, 2004. Some five thousand veterans, pensioners and Chernobyl victims marched along the main Khreshchatyk street in the Ukrainian capital Kiev Saturday on the eve of the 18th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster. (AP/Yahoo) 04/24/2004
  • Чорнобилю і його дітям ­ 18 (BBC Ukrainian) 04/24/2004
  • Thousands March In Kyiv To Mark Chornobyl Anniversary (RFE/RL) 04/24/2004
  • Thousands march in Ukraine on the eve of Chernobyl's 18th anniversary (AP/Team 4 News) 04/24/2004
  • Let battle be joined with 'work-shy army' myth [Volodymyr Sydorenko, 39, a former teacher from the Ukraine...] (Guardian) 04/24/2004
  • Estranged husband doesn't return son from Costa Rica [Anna Sims, 29-year-old native of Ukraine, has spent the last year pleading with her husband and the authorities for her son's return.] (Team Amber Alert) 04/24/2004
  • 13th International Conference On Health And Environment: Global Partners For Global Solutions - Linking Conflict with Environment and Population (WIT) 04/24/2004
  • Thousands remember Chernobyl (AP/The Age) 04/24/2004
  • At home in the hot zone: Mark MacKinnon on Chernobyl (Globe and Mail) 04/24/2004
  • Річниці атомних катастроф на Чорнобильській АЕС та Три Майл Айленд нагадують про небезпеку використання атомної енергії та вказують на необхідніть до переходу використання альтернативних джерел енергії (BRAMA) 04/24/2004
  • Chornobyl and Three Mile Island anniversaries are reminders of the risks of nuclear power and the need to shift to sustainable energy sources [Chernobyl] (BRAMA) 04/24/2004
  • Звернення до всіх небайдужих: Благодійний Чорнобильський базар у штаб-квартирі ООН (BRAMA) 04/24/2004
  • Appeal to all those who care: Permanent Mission of Ukraine to the United Nations to host Chornobyl [Chernobyl] Charity Bazaar (BRAMA) 04/24/2004
  • Chornobyl remembered: 18 years later [Chernobyl] SPECIAL (BRAMA) 04/24/2004

  • Russian Leader Skirts Trouble Over Ukrainian Media Law (REF/RL) 04/23/2004
  • Combating Human Trafficking, HIV/AIDS is Focus of UN Workshop for NGOs Working in Central and Eastern Europe (Serbia Post) 04/23/2004
  • Forgotten Victims of Chernobyl (Novinite) 04/23/2004
  • Russia Reports Case of Newcastle Virus Near Ukraine [Official in Ukraine's veterinarian inspectorate told Reuters in Kiev there was no Newcastle disease in Ukraine.] (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/23/2004
  • Expanding EU border raises public health concerns (Reuters/AlertNet) 04/23/2004
  • HIV fears from east European sex trade workers (The Times) 04/23/2004
  • Huge, little-known nuclear disaster haunts Russia almost 50 years later. Thousands were contaminated, and children were forced to do the cleanup in '57. (Philadelphia Inquirer) 04/23/2004
  • 'Health fears' over EU expansion (BBC) 04/23/2004
  • Orphans, Cruel Legacy of HIV/Aids Pandemic (AllAfrica) 04/23/2004

  • United States Mission to the OSCE statement of concern on Mukacheve ['fraudulent manipulation of voting results'] (OSCE) 04/22/2004
  • Ukrainian law enforcement to fight high tech crimes (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/22/2004

  • Student tells of teacher's advances. High school's music instructor in sex-abuse trial (Chicago Tribune) 04/21/2004
  • Priest charged with disorderly conduct [Ukrainian Catholic church in Ansonia] (AP/Stamford Advocate) 04/21/2004

  • OSCE/ODIHR concerned about attack on polling station during Ukrainian mayoral election (OSCE) 04/20/2004
  • Ukraine Wants EU Help to Secure New 'Paper' Border [Ukraine urged European Union countries on Tuesday to contribute more funds to help fight illegal migration and trafficking in drugs, people and weapons when the bloc expands to its borders next month.] (BNN) 04/20/2004
  • Judge Requests Papers on Reporter's Death [Taras Protsyuk] (AP/Yahoo) 04/20/2004
  • MFA disappointed with US decision not to pay compensation to Protsiuk family [Ukrainian cameraman Taras Protsiuk was killed by American tank fire in Iraq last year] (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Cult of Silence [James Mace][Plagiarism and cheating in Ukrainian universities] (День) 04/20/2004
  • Ukrainian TV Language Change: just a meaningless promise (UANewswire) 04/20/2004
  • Lavrov hopes Ukraine won't change licensing procedures for Russian media (Interfax) 04/20/2004
  • Police raids net illegal immigrant prostitutes (Yorkshire Post) 04/20/2004

  • Rockets at large Ukrainian weapons are easily available for both metalworkers and terrorists (Дзеркало Тижня) 04/19/2004

  • Growing pains: Ukrainian man is 8 feet 4 and still sprouting (Seattle Times) 04/18/2004

  • Photo: A guard passes by the concrete sarcophagus housing Chernobyl nuclear power plant's fourth reactor, April 16, 2004. Ukraine closed the Chernobyl nuclear power station, the site of the world's worst civil nuclear disaster, in 2001 but some officials fear radiation is escaping due to the poor state of the old 'sarcophagus' which covers the reactor. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/16/2004
  • Photo: A specialist checks the radiation level outside the concrete sarcophagus housing the Chernobyl nuclear power plant's fourth reactor, April 16, 2004. Ukraine closed the Chernobyl nuclear power station, the site of the world's worst civil nuclear disaster, in 2001 but some officials fear radiation is escaping due to the poor state of the old 'sarcophagus' which covers the reactor. (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/16/2004
  • Poet reflects on Chernobyl and horrors still too vivid [Leonid Dayen] (Louisville Courier-Journal) 04/16/2004
  • In January-February, 73 Thousand More People Died than Were Born in Ukraine (UNIAN) 04/16/2004

  • Computer crime classification (eBCVG Network Security) 04/15/2004
  • Computer crime classification (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/15/2004
  • Ukraine issues warning on TB in prisons (AFP/Yahoo) 04/15/2004
  • Photo: A mantoux intradermal tuberculin skin test for tuberculosis. Tuberculosis is spreading at an alarming rate through Ukrainian prisons, the former Soviet republic's prosecutor's office warned, and he called on the government to halt abuses of inmates' rights there. (AFP/Yahoo) 04/15/2004
  • Czech web site serves newcomers' needs [pages in Vietnamese, Russian, Ukrainian, Armenian and English, www.domavcr.cz is designed to provide foreign residents with help on everything from acquiring permanent residency to getting a divorce] (Prague Post) 04/15/2004
  • Commission on Human Rights adopted three resolutions on human rights in the occupied Syrian Golan, Israeli settlements in the occupied Arab territories, and the violation of human rights in the occupied Arab territories, including Palestine. (UNHCHR) 04/15/2004

  • Film Review: Lana's Rain [Ukrainian-born actress Oksana Orlenko] (Reuters/Yahoo) 04/14/2004
  • Illegal Migrants Will Settle In Ukraine En Masse - Hennadiy Moskal (Главред) 04/14/2004
  • Polish border guards arrested for corruption (EU Business) 04/14/2004

  • Міліціонери побили журналіста Бойка в райсуді Донецька (УНІАН) 04/13/2004

  • On the Czech-German border, a 15-year-old costs just a few euros (EU Business) 04/12/2004
  • Conference in Ukraine on news responsibility online (International Journalist's Network) 04/12/2004
  • New EU borders will struggle to keep out crime (New Zealand Stuff) 04/12/2004
  • Migrant smuggling sentencing today [from 4/6/04] (New Zealand Herald) 04/12/2004

  • Relief Fund brings Ukrainian toddler to US for re-constructive surgery SPECIAL (BRAMA) 04/10/2004
  • First National Ukrainian Forum on Diagnosing and Treating Infants with Congenital Heart Disease FOTO/S (BRAMA) 04/10/2004
  • Teaching-Learning Network releases documentary on Children of Chornobyl Relief Fund (BRAMA) 04/10/2004
  • Helping the children of Chernobyl [Chornobyl] 18 years on (Bath Chronicle) 04/10/2004
  • Ukrainian Nuclear Reactors Shut Down [for regular maintenance and energy conservation during the Easter holidays, officials said] (AP/Yahoo) 04/10/2004

  • US Ask Ukraine to Step Up Fight against Human Trafficking (Главред) 04/09/2004
  • US to deepen cooperation with CIS in war on human trafficking says senior US advisor (Interfax) 04/09/2004
  • CIS prosecutors sign 11 documents to coordinate efforts in war on organized crime (Interfax) 04/09/2004
  • Collecting evidence while investigating computer crimes (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/09/2004
  • Ukraine: a reliable partner in fighting cyberterrorism and money laundering (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/09/2004
  • U.N.: Peacekeeper gem mining in S. Leone? ['Ukrainian soldier has been assisting the licensed Sierra Rus mining company to remove spoil material from a mining site'] (UPI/Wash Times) 04/09/2004

  • Fugitive Chief to Air Radio Continent from Underground (UANewswire) 04/08/2004
  • Nonexistent Russian women were the bait [scheme netted at least $1 million and may have involved other people in Russia or Ukraine] (San Diego Union-Tribune) 04/08/2004
  • UN warns that grain stocks are becoming dangerously low (Scotland Herald) 04/08/2004

  • Kofi Annan: Genocides Helped Make 20th Century Bloodiest Ever (Reuters) 04/07/2004
  • CIS Councils will discuss child trafficking (Baku Today) 04/07/2004
  • Donors' 25G helps tot breathe easier: News readers help little girl who needs surgery [Mariyka Tkachuk - a 20-month-old Ukrainian girl] (NY Daily News) 04/07/2004

  • Special rapporteur on sale of children, independent expert on violence against children present reports [see: Volodymyr Belashov] (UNHCHR) 04/06/2004
  • Amnesty International - Library - Facts and figures on the death penalty [Ukraine abolished death penalty for all crimes in 1999] (Serbia Post) 04/06/2004
  • A Legal Aid Charity [Soros and Pinchuk] (День) 04/06/2004
  • Emotional Web Site Featuring Photo Diary of Young Ukrainian Woman's Motorcycle Trip Through 'Deadzone,' Puts Chernobyl on this Week's List for First Time Ever (PRNewswire/Yahoo) 04/06/2004
  • People smuggler jailed in court first (New Zealand Stuff) 04/06/2004
  • Ukrainian hacker Maxim Kovalchuk appeared in California court (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/06/2004

  • Chairperson of Commission on Status of Women Calls for Greater Role for Women in Conflict Resolution [see: Volodymyr Belashov] (UNHCHR) 04/05/2004
  • Human trafficking crackdown (Scotland Evening Express) 04/05/2004
  • Six held for taking Ukraine nuke equipment (AP/Yahoo) 04/05/2004
  • Renaissance Foundation, Internews-Network invite competition of projects on media support in Ukraine (Interfax) 04/05/2004
  • Ukraine offers to set up anti-terrorism center of OSCE (Interfax) 04/05/2004
  • Chernobyl Photo Essay (El Paso Newspaper Tree) 04/05/2004
  • Chernobyl: 18 years of silence (El Paso Newspaper Tree) 04/05/2004
  • Israeli faces 20 years for people smuggling in New Zealand (Haaretz) 04/05/2004
  • NJ Man Enters Plea in Wife's Murder [mail order bride] (KYW Newsradio) 04/05/2004
  • A Latency of Computer Crimes (Computer Crime Research Center) 04/05/2004
  • Human Rights Forum Focuses on Religious Rights, Interdenominational Conflicts (RISU) 04/05/2004

  • Belarus/Ukraine: Oscar Win Boosting Cause Of Chornobyl Children's Project [Oscar-winning documentary film 'Chernobyl Heart'] (RFE/RL) 04/02/2004
  • Gangmaster racket trio are jailed [illegal workers and money-laundering] (BBC) 04/02/2004
  • 'Київ на шляху до відкритого суспільства'? (BBC Ukrainian) 04/02/2004
  • Start of adoption ministrey launched by Ukrainian mission (Paducah Sun) 04/02/2004
  • Any Attempt to Threaten Law and Order Will Be Suppressed Without any Hesitations - Kuchma (UNIAN) 04/02/2004

  • Misery in a pariah state [Transdniester in Moldova] (BBC) 04/01/2004
  • Liberty Radio, Voice of America seeking new partners in Ukraine (Interfax) 04/01/2004
  • Baby Mariyka's battle to breathe (NY Daily News) 04/01/2004
  • Soros, Pinchuk to create legal aid foundation in Ukraine (Interfax) 04/01/2004
  • Президент сказав Соросу, що нічого не знає про 'темники' (BBC Ukrainian) 04/01/2004
  • За останній тиждень радикально зменшилась кількість ЗМІ, які одержують “темники”, заявляє Томенко (УНІАН) 04/01/2004
  • Ukraine Promises NATO to Increase Press Freedom (Главред) 04/01/2004
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