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  • The changing face of human trafficking [From 5/24/2004] (RFE/RL) 05/28/2004
  • Viruses: From Russia, With Love? (PCWorld/Yahoo) 05/28/2004

  • Decreasing Earthshine Could Be Tied to Global Warming (Universe Today) 05/27/2004
  • Concern Over Arrest Of Ukrainian Opposition Journalists (RFE/RL) 05/27/2004
  • Ukrainian-American Environmental Association Founded to Promote Joint Efforts at Solving Environmental Challenges Facing the U.S. and Ukraine (BRAMA) 05/27/2004
  • - (BRAMA) 05/27/2004
  • ̳ ? (BBC Ukrainian) 05/27/2004
  • Suit Brought Against Daily 'Ukraina Moloda' (UNIAN) 05/27/2004
  • The Dark Side of Globalization: Trafficking & Transborder Crime to, through, and from Eastern Europe (UCLA) 05/27/2004
  • Prostitution story a case of lazy journalism (Prague Post) 05/27/2004
  • Socialist Claims Agreement with Jews over Paper Conflict, Rabbi Denies Talk [Silski Visti] (RISU) 05/27/2004

  • Amnesty International Report 2004 - Ukraine Summary (Amnesty International) 05/26/2004
  • ̳ : 2003 12 000 . (BBC Ukrainian) 05/26/2004
  • Jewish Community Accuses Newspaper of Anti-Semitism, Supporters Protest Closing (RISU) 05/26/2004
  • U.S., Russia cooperate to lock up nuclear fuel (Bradenton Herald) 05/26/2004
  • Two online journalists imprisoned [Olexandre Pomytkin, Kharkiv; Kostyantyn Sydorenko, Mukacheve] (Reporters sans frontières) 05/26/2004
  • A Former Superpower's Hazardous Legacy. Experts Cite Risks of Aging and Unsecured Arms Caches in Ex-Soviet Republics (Wash Post) 05/26/2004
  • Tuzla Island Going Under Water [From 5/24/04] (UNIAN) 05/26/2004

  • Report: dirty bomb easy to buy in Ukraine (UPI/Wash Times) 05/25/2004
  • [Pagedown] More on libel suit against 'Ukrayinska Pravda' (Internet news site critical of the country's leadership) (RFE/RL) 05/25/2004
  • 'ѳ ' (BBC Ukrainian) 05/25/2004

  • 21 - (BBC Ukrainian) 05/21/2004
  • , , --ѳ (BBC Ukrainian) 05/21/2004
  • Opposition leaders tell Bush Sr. Gongadze probe stuck [approx. one hour meeting with Yuschenko, Tymoshenko, Moroz] (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/21/2004
  • Up to 1,000 Kyiv children could be milk poisoned (Interfax) 05/21/2004
  • Irish Red Cross team heading to Ukraine (IOL) 05/21/2004

  • Op-ed: 'Evidence-Based Scientific Research'? [Greens Party criticized for over-inflating figures; Chornobyl casualties lower than reported] (TCS) 05/20/2004
  • , - (BBC Ukrainian) 05/20/2004
  • Danube canal bad news for wildlife [Danube Delta is a stronghold for Dalmatian Pelicans] (BirdLife International) 05/20/2004

  • Muslim-Christian Conference in Kyiv Discusses Family Problems (RISU) 05/19/2004
  • UK set to support sanctions on arms dealer [Ukrainian Victor Bout is living in Moscow] (Financial Times) 05/19/2004
  • Journalists Challenge Ukraine Prime Minister Over Gongadze and Catalogue of Concerns Facing Press (IFJ) 05/19/2004
  • Over one third of Ukrainians believe presidential elections results will be falsified, poll shows (Interfax) 05/19/2004
  • Religious Leaders Draw Attention to AIDS Crisis (RISU) 05/19/2004

  • Supporting Human Rights and Democracy: The U.S. Record 2003-2004 [Europe and Eurasia section, pagedown to 'Ukraine'] (USDOS) 05/18/2004
  • U.S. State Department Issues Report Examining Government Record On Promoting Rights (RFE/RL) 05/18/2004
  • , - (BRAMA) 05/18/2004
  • 'Cyber brides' vulnerable to abuse? [More than 62,000 Russian and 30,000 Ukrainian women on marriage agency websites] (BBC) 05/18/2004
  • Commission defends Kiev office shots fired by security guards (EUpolitix) 05/18/2004
  • Brussels plays down Ukraine police firing on anti-EU protestors (EU Business) 05/18/2004

  • Fraud in Online Job Listings [Victim accepts payment for the software company's domestic sales, then takes cash out of PayPal account and wires it, via Western Union, to the software company's contacts in Ukraine.] (NY Times) 05/17/2004
  • Ukraine discovers nuclear trafficking ring (SpaceDaily) 05/17/2004
  • Ukraine Says It Seized 'Red Mercury' (Sarasota Herald Tribune) 05/17/2004
  • Ͳ (BBC Ukrainian) 05/17/2004

  • Freight train, bus collide in Ukraine, 15 killed (Reuters/AlertNet) 05/16/2004
  • Freight train hits bus in Ukraine , several killed (Reuters/AlertNet) 05/16/2004

  • Call staffers win seven awards [Michael Holtzman won a second-place prize for best religious story for his Sept. 21 report headlined 'Life in a forgotten land,' a look at the work done by a local church group at orphanages in Ukraine...] (Woonsocket Call) 05/15/2004

  • Yushchenko concerned over onslaught on Ukrainska Pravda (Ukrayinska Pravda) 05/14/2004
  • [Video - high bandwidth] Ukraine: spread of HIV being driven by injecting drug use (UNICEF) 05/14/2004
  • [Video - low bandwidth] Ukraine: spread of HIV being driven by injecting drug use (UNICEF) 05/14/2004
  • HIV/AIDS menaces progress in Ukraine. Iodine Deficiency also undermining young peoples health [From 5/11/04] (UNICEF) 05/14/2004
  • Ukraine fights rising HIV/AIDS infection rate [From 5/7/04] (UNICEF) 05/14/2004
  • Ͳ 4000 , ²- , (BBC Ukrainian) 05/14/2004

  • I-ii I i (VOA) 05/12/2004
  • Liberia: UNMIL's Crackdown on Trafficking Puts Women at Risk [...increasing reports of Ukrainian and Moroccan women being trafficked into Monrovia to serve as prostitutes in popular bars that double as brothels] (Reuters/AlertNet) 05/12/2004
  • EBRD may credit Energoatom with $50m for Kh2/R4 safety project (Interfax) 05/12/2004
  • Parrot traffickers get their wings clipped [Ukrainian national Valeriy Verkhoshansky, 42, fined R18 000 and suspended sentence of two years in jail] (IOL) 05/12/2004

  • Testimony of Daniel L. Glaser Director, Executive Office For Terrorist Financing and Financial Crime [...designated the jurisdictions of Nauru and Ukraine...] (US Treasury) 05/11/2004
  • Treating tuberculosis in Ukraine (WHO) 05/11/2004
  • - i i - i . (VOA) 05/11/2004
  • Convention on Cybercrime wins support in Ukraine (Computer Crime Research Center) 05/11/2004
  • Ukraine - EU-Funded Counter Trafficking Programme Launched (IOM) 05/11/2004
  • Fashion's 'rhino' struts out his fine line [Marc Ecko - company is the sole funding source for a Ukrainian orphanage] (AP/Seattle Times) 05/11/2004

  • Migrant's tragedy hits home in Ukraine (BBC) 05/10/2004
  • Changing times for meat-plant migrants (BBC) 05/10/2004
  • Searching for elusive contraband as EU borders move east [...stockpiles of cigarettes have been stocked in Belarus and Ukraine ready to be smuggled into Poland...] (EUBusiness) 05/10/2004

  • Gainesville group hopes to improve the lives of 300 orphans in the Ukraine, some 6,000 miles away (Gainesville Sun) 05/08/2004
  • Mission to report behind the lines [Ukrainian cameraman Taras Protsyuk, Iraq] (Weekend Australian) 05/08/2004

  • Radio Liberty to be rebroadcast by Vinnytsia radio station (Interfax) 05/07/2004
  • 'Broadcasting to Hotspots: RFE/RL Today' [Thomas A. Dine President, RFE/RL, at Woodrow Wilson Center] (RFE/RL) 05/07/2004
  • Ukraine Seizes 375 Pounds of Radioactive Material, AP Reports (AP/Bloomberg) 05/07/2004
  • NATO tied to Kosovo sex trade; Amnesty also points finger at U.N. peacekeepers (Toronto Star) 05/07/2004

  • Amnesty damns UN, NATO over sexual slavery of women in Kosovo (AFP/Yahoo) 05/06/2004
  • Ukraine Police Seize Radioactive Material (AP/Yahoo) 05/06/2004
  • NGO Says Trafficking Of Women Rampant In Kosovo (RFE/RL) 05/06/2004
  • Full report: Kosovo (Serbia and Montenegro) 'So does it mean that we have the rights?' Protecting the human rights of women and girls trafficked for forced prostitution in Kosovo (Amnesty International) 05/06/2004
  • Not Unfamiliar: Images of sexual abuse and humiliation in Abu Ghraib [Donna Hughes: 'I once interviewed a trafficker in Ukraine.'] (National Review) 05/06/2004
  • Kosovo: Trafficked women and girls have human rights (BRAMA) 05/06/2004
  • Kosovo: International peacekeepers fuelling explosion in sexual exploitation, trafficking and human misery (Amnesty International) 05/06/2004
  • Kosovo: Facts and figures on trafficking of women and girls for forced prostitution in Kosovo (Amnesty International) 05/06/2004
  • Trench warfare against viruses ['There are sites, typically operating somewhere in Russia, or Belarus, or Ukraine or China, where you can buy an attack tailored to a target, pay them the money, and then they will attack the site you pick'] (BBC) 05/06/2004
  • Tips for using e-mail without getting 'phished' (Globe and Mail) 05/06/2004
  • Chernobyl reactor needs new cover (Bellona) 05/06/2004
  • Gang trying to peddle Cesium arrested in Ukraine: report (AFP/Spacewar) 05/06/2004

  • Wealth and Poverty Continue to Coexist in Europe - Diouf (PRNewswire) 05/05/2004
  • EU expands: HIV and Drugs Become a Growing Concern (IPS) 05/05/2004
  • Twelve arrested for laundering phished funds [money laundering] (ZDNet) 05/05/2004
  • Ukrainian Institute of America to Screen Lukas Moodyson film 'Lilya 4-Ever'. Goal is to increase awareness about trafficking of East European women SPECIAL (BRAMA) 05/05/2004
  • Austrians' zeal for native son Schwarzenegger fades. Outrage at support for death penalty, remark on Holocaust (SF Chronicle) 05/05/2004
  • 3 May 2004, 14th World Press Freedom Day - Press Freedom Under The Palm Trees (UNIAN) 05/05/2004

  • Administration cites 52 trading partners for abuses of intellectual property rights [some of the worst offenses occurring in Ukraine...] (AP/San Diego Union-Tribune) 05/04/2004
  • Ukraine - 2004 Annual report [2003 Global Press Freedom] (Reporters sans frontières) 05/04/2004
  • Iraq - Annual report 2004 [8 April, Ukrainian cameraman Taras Protsyuk, 35, of Reuters...killed when a US tank half a kilometre away fired a shell at the Palestine Hotel] (Reporters sans frontières) 05/04/2004
  • Nuclear Firm Hives off Clean-Up Business [British Nuclear Group current contracts include cleaning parts of the former Chernobyl complex in Ukraine] (The Scotsman) 05/04/2004
  • Fighting Child Pornography (Computer Crime Research Center) 05/04/2004
  • i i (VOA) 05/04/2004

  • Western Press Review: Iraqi Prisoner Abuse, World Press Freedom Day, EU Enlargement (RFE/RL) 05/03/2004
  • Photo: Compact disc. The United States said it would keep trade sanctions on Ukraine as the worst violator of copyright protection, while citing China and dozens of other countries for failing to stem piracy. (AFP/Yahoo) 05/03/2004
  • Names of 53 journalists added to memorial on World Press Freedom Day (AFP/Yahoo) 05/03/2004
  • Feds Offer Warning On Online Work-At-Home Offers [...contact said he worked for a fur company in the Ukraine and that Rickard's job would be to cash money orders and cashiers checks sent to her from customers in the U.S. and wire the money to the Ukraine...] (WPXI) 05/03/2004
  • US keeps sanctions on Ukraine, cites China and others for piracy (AFP/Yahoo) 05/03/2004
  • Ending the Child Export Business (Transitions Online) 05/03/2004

  • Do-it-yourself counterfeit [CD] production exposed (Computer Crime Research Center) 05/01/2004
  • Nuclear disarray as Europe pushes east (New Scientist) 05/01/2004
  • Day to remember the victims [May Day: ...Let us remember the people of Ukraine who were starved, beaten and murdered. Let us remember the Soviet guards outside enormous food centres, watching as Ukrainian children died of hunger. Let us remember how the New York Times denied this was happening. Let us also remember the Times knew of the Holocaust and yet never gave it more than a token mention.] (Calgary Sun) 05/01/2004
  • Fraudsters told NZ a 'soft touch' (New Zealand Herald) 05/01/2004
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