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  • Protests against asylum detention [On 19 July a Ukrainian asylum seeker was found hanged at Harmondsworth Removal centre, near Heathrow Airport. The man had been waiting a date for deportation.] (BBC) 07/30/2004
  • UNHCR training helps sensitise Kyiv's police to asylum issues (Africa Daily) 07/30/2004

  • Що стримує українську жiнку - дискримiнацiя чи брак активностi? (VOA) 07/29/2004
  • Ukrainian child porn ring exposed (Computer Crime Research Center) 07/29/2004
  • Aid short for heart surgery [Oksana Oliynyk, 10-year-old is back in Calgary waiting to have open-heart surgery after an unexpected infection left her heart-sick again] (Calgary Sun) 07/29/2004
  • Ballymena 'paradise' for Chernobyl children (Ballymena Times) 07/29/2004
  • Police Shut Ukraine Model Agency In Porn Crackdown (RFE/RL) 07/29/2004
  • Marriage go-round (Jerusalem Post) 07/29/2004
  • AIDS Spreads in Bulgaria [AIDS suffering people in Ukraine has considerably gone up, reaching some 570,000 people] (Novinite) 07/29/2004
  • Six rescuers at Krasnolimanskaya mine hospitalized with heat stroke (Interfax-Russia) 07/29/2004

  • Police Shut Ukraine Model Agency in Porn Crackdown (Reuters) 07/28/2004
  • В Україні викрито підпільне Інтернет порно-агенство. Міліція твердить, що викрила виробників дитячої порнографії, які вдавали себе за модельне агенство (BBC Ukrainian) 07/28/2004
  • Ukranian charity pleased with local generosity (CBC Saskatchewan) 07/28/2004
  • Three dead, seven in Ukrainian hospital, after eating poisonous mushrooms (AFP/Yahoo) 07/28/2004
  • Photo: Chernobyl nuclear plant seen in October 1986. Three people died, one of them a 12-year-old child, and seven were in hospital after eating poisonous mushrooms which they had gathered in the Dnipropetrovsk region of eastern Ukraine, the ministry of emergency situations said. (AFP/Yahoo) 07/28/2004
  • U.S. to Unveil Plan to Harvest Methane With 7 Countries (NY Times) 07/28/2004

  • Surgeons Report Significantly Reduced Blood Loss, Faster Healing, Less Operating Time [ results of traumatologic surgical intrusions performed in Ukraine clinics] (PRNewswire) 07/27/2004
  • Canadian Government Insists Immigrant Strippers Bare All for Officials (LifeSite) 07/27/2004
  • Baring all for Canada. Foreign strippers must supply nude stage photos to officials (Toronto Star) 07/27/2004
  • Bad hygiene blamed for typhoid in Russia, Ukraine (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/27/2004
  • US Embassy warns potential suitors about the pitfalls of marriage brokers and dating services (US Embassy) 07/27/2004

  • Генпрокуратура України про сайт www.delogongadze.org (VOA) 07/26/2004
  • Прокуратура розслідує витік зі справи Ґонґадзе (BBC Ukrainian) 07/26/2004
  • Chernobyl invalid fasts to death. Invalid from the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster has died holding a hunger strike to demand new housing. (BBC) 07/26/2004
  • Чому створено Delogongadze? Представник Британської Спілки журналістів - чому оприлюднено протоколи допитів у справі Ґонґадзе (BBC Ukrainian) 07/26/2004
  • Dying To Make a Living. The worst accident since 2002 claims the lives of 36 in Ukraine’s mining heartland. (Transitions Online) 07/26/2004

  • Як борються зі СНІДом в Україні й у світі? (BBC Ukrainian) 07/25/2004
  • Ukrainian woman won't be deported (Edmonton Sun) 07/25/2004
  • Nurse caring for ill grandfather fights to stay in Canada (Calgary Herald) 07/25/2004
  • США надалi спiвпрацюватимуть з Україною для покращення безпеки шахт (VOA) 07/25/2004

  • Ukrainian lawmaker [Olexi Kozachenko] survives assassination attempt, one attacker killed (AFP/Khaleej Times) 07/24/2004
  • Оприлюднено 180 сторінок допитів у справі Гонгадзе (Українська правда) 07/24/2004
  • Website: Documents on the Gyorgy Gongadze case (Delogongadze) 07/24/2004
  • British journalists post protocols of witness interrogations in Gongadze case on web (Interfax) 07/24/2004

  • The truth about Hiv-Aids in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (Messenger) 07/23/2004

  • Ukrainian ecologists protest Danube-Black Sea canal (Interfax) 07/22/2004
  • EU Requests Halt on Ukraine's Danube Canal Work (EarthVision) 07/22/2004
  • Ukraine accuses Romania of smear campaign against Danube shipping canal (AFP/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • Photo: A Ukrainian woman takes a boat trip down the Danube delta. Ukraine accused Romania of leading a smear campaign against Kiev's construction of a key shipping canal in the Danube delta in an escalating dispute over the UNESCO (news - web sites)-protected environment. (AFP/Yahoo) 07/22/2004
  • Fire at Ukraine's Krasnolimanskaya mine stopped (Interfax) 07/22/2004
  • Ukraine Coal Mine Fire Extinguished; Total of 36 Feared Dead (Bloomberg) 07/22/2004

  • Ukraine: Odessa Markets Closed by Typhoid Outbreak (VOA) 07/21/2004

  • Україна позичила 60 мiльйонiв доларiв для боротьби з туберкульозом та СНIДом (VOA) 07/20/2004
  • Ukraine: EU Approves Reduced Loan To Upgrade Nuclear Units (RFE/RL) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Relatives of miners trapped underground after a methane blast wait for information outside the pit at the Krasnolimanska coal mine, 50 km west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery, killing at least 25 miners and trapping 11 deep in a blazing pit in the country's biggest mining tragedy in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • У Києві невідомі побили та пограбували фотокореспондента УНІАН (УНІАН) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: A general view of the Krasnolimanska coal mine where a methane blast occurred, 50 km west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery, killing at least 25 miners and trapping 11 deep in a blazing pit in the country's biggest mining tragedy in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Donetsk Oblast State Administration Calls Enterprises and Citizens to Render Financial Aid to Families of Miners, Perished in 'Krasnolymanska' (UNIAN) 07/20/2004
  • Ukraine Launches Criminal Case Over Mine Blast (Interfax/Troy Record) 07/20/2004
  • Ukraine Prime Minister Flies to Mine Accident Site, to Miss Talks With Russians (Interfax/Troy Record) 07/20/2004
  • Ukrainian Officials Head to Mine Collapse; 11 Trapped (VOA) 07/20/2004
  • Toll Rises to 31 in Ukrainian Coal Mine Blast (Reuters) 07/20/2004
  • Methane Blast Kills 31 at Ukrainian Mine (AP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • At least 31 miners killed, five missing in Ukraine mine blast (AFP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Ukraine rescuers search for blast survivors (IOL) 07/20/2004
  • Fire and Gas Hamper Mine Blast Rescue (The Scotsman) 07/20/2004
  • Major mining accidents in Ukraine since 1991 (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/20/2004
  • Blast kills 25 Ukrainian miners (Reuters) 07/20/2004
  • Ukrainian blast kills 25 miners (BBC) 07/20/2004
  • At least 25 miners killed in Ukraine mine blast (AFP/Khaleej Times) 07/20/2004
  • Gas explosion kills 25 Ukraine miners (UPI/Wash Times) 07/20/2004
  • Key facts and figures about HIV/AIDS (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/20/2004
  • Вибух і пожежа на шахті у Донбасі (BBC Ukrainian) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian rescuers take a rest after searching for missing miners in the pit of the Krasnolimanska coal mine, 50 km west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery, killing at least 25 miners and trapping 11 deep in a blazing pit in the country's biggest mining tragedy in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian rescuers enter a pit to search for missing miners at the Krasnolimanska coal mine, 50 km west of Donetsk, July 20, 2004. An explosion ripped through a Ukrainian colliery, killing at least 25 miners and trapping 11 deep in a blazing pit in the country's biggest mining tragedy in two years, the Emergency Ministry said on Tuesday. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • Ukraine mine blast kills 21 miners-Russian agency (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/20/2004
  • Ukraine blast sees at least 24 dead (AFP/Sydney Morning Herald) 07/20/2004

  • General Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine to Study Protocols Relating Gongadze case, Made Public by British Union of Journalists (UNIAN) 07/19/2004
  • Ukraine refuses to yield on canal in Danube area (Reuters/IHT) 07/19/2004
  • At least 24 miners killed in Ukraine mine blast [Krasnolimanskaya mine, in the eastern Donetsk region]: ministry (AFP/Yahoo) 07/19/2004
  • Photo: A young miner smokes after he came up from coalface at the end of his shift, September 2003, at Skochinsky mine, one of the deepest and most dangerous, in Donetsk, easetrn Ukraine. At least 24 miners have been killed and 13 were missing in a gas explosion and fire that ravaged a coal mine in eastern Ukraine, the Ukrainian emergencies ministry said. (AFP/Yahoo) 07/19/2004
  • Judge's killing stuns Israel [Israel is still considered the primary country dealing in the so-called white slave trade, with thousands of young girls from Russia, Ukraine and the Baltic republics lured to Israel every year and end up working as prostitutes in Israel.] (Al-Jazeera) 07/19/2004
  • Ukraine To Proceed With Danube Canal Amid Criticism (RFE/RL) 07/19/2004
  • МВС розслідує причини стеження за журналістом Ґонґадзе Один з керівників міністерства каже, що розслідування буде завершено за місяць (BBC Ukrainian) 07/19/2004
  • Засуджених в Іраку моряків можуть помилувати? Речник генпрокуратури каже, що для цього треба алаптувати їхній вирок до українського законодавства (BBC Ukrainian) 07/19/2004
  • Україна: дунайський канал не зашкодить довкіллю (BBC Ukrainian) 07/19/2004
  • Race to help orphans [Chernobyl/Chornobyl] (This is London) 07/19/2004
  • Organ Trafficking [Organ theft and trading in Ukraine is a smooth operation.] (Zongoo Daily News) 07/19/2004
  • Chernobyl still hitting shrooms (News24) 07/19/2004
  • Ukraine to protect children from porn (Computer Crime Research Center) 07/19/2004
  • Regulation of Social Information Legal Relations in Ukraine (Computer Crime Research Center) 07/19/2004

  • There Are 100 Thousand Sex Workers In Turkey- Survey (Turkish Press) 07/18/2004
  • Radioactive pollution in the Caspian Sea (Persian Journal) 07/18/2004

  • In Search of a Home: Ten Ukrainian orphans arrive in Porterville for three-week visit with potential families. (Fresno Bee) 07/17/2004
  • Єврокомісія має прийняти рішення про кредити для українських АЕС (BBC Ukrainian) 07/17/2004

  • Hillary R. Clinton: Human Trafficking (Congressional Record) 07/16/2004
  • Remarks by President Bush at the National Training Conference on Human Trafficking (PRNewswire) 07/16/2004
  • Countries' positions in UN Human Development Index [Ukraine - 70 out of 177] (AP/Bangladesh Observer) 07/16/2004
  • Mandela Urges More Action Against 'Ignored' Tuberculosis [AIDS and TB] (LA Times) 07/16/2004
  • Club owner accused of keeping brothel [Among those arrested during the raid were women from Russia, Ukraine... One Ukrainian woman had been sought by the department of home affairs for 15 months.] (IOL) 07/16/2004
  • Europe's Invisible Walls [One of the most notorious (refugee) camps, Payshino, is located on (Ukraine)'s western border. According to (HRW), hundreds of illegal immigrants are being held in the camp under inhumane conditions.] (Deutsche Welle) 07/16/2004
  • Energoatom starts Khmelnytsky reactor (Interfax) 07/16/2004

  • New Vienna office of UN environment agency to focus on Carpathian Mountains (UN) 07/15/2004
  • Український міністр: канал не шкодить Дунаю (BBC Ukrainian) 07/15/2004
  • If murder won't work, try crying libel [Her partner (Gongadze) was kidnapped and beheaded. Now, charges Ukrainian journalist Olena Prytula, the government is using the courts to shut down her crusading Web site.][Free day pass or subscription] (Salon) 07/15/2004
  • Міліція стежила за Гонгадзе. Правда, на яку чекали чотири роки (Українська правда) 07/15/2004

  • Prosecutor General Confirmed that Militia Spied on Gongadze (UNIAN) 07/14/2004
  • МВС не може пояснити причин стеження за журналістом. Генеральна прокуратура України визнала, що за Георгієм Ґонґадзе слідкувала міліція (BBC Ukrainian) 07/14/2004
  • In the Ballroom, a Redefinition of 'Couple' [Federation official uses Hopak (Ukrainian folk dance) dancers to argue against allowing same-sex couples] (NY Times) 07/14/2004
  • Ukraine's population falls 30,000 in one month to 47.46 million (Interfax) 07/14/2004
  • US under fire over patent deals at world AIDS forum [(I)n the latest apparent challenge to the US...(t)hree of the big generic producers, Brazil, China and Thailand, joined with Nigeria, Russia and Ukraine to agree to increase production, which could potentially help up to 10 million people in their countries who need the drugs.] (AFP/Yahoo) 07/14/2004

  • Україна підписала декларацію в справі боротьби з ВІЛ-СНІДом (VOA) 07/13/2004
  • Two neighbours arrested in connection with woman’s murder [Lyudmila Zipir, 34 from Ukraine] (Cyprus Mail) 07/13/2004
  • Western Press Review [see: 'The Economist' says Russians 'tend to sneer at Ukrainians as poor, backward cousins; but unlike Russia, where AIDS risks being overlooked, Ukraine is taking the threat seriously. The All-Ukraine Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS 'is abuzz with energy...'] (RFE/RL) 07/13/2004
  • OHCHR: BiH became a country of origin of organized prostitution [...victims are mainly coming from Moldavia, Ukraine, and Romania] (Fena) 07/13/2004

  • Greece: Olympic Games must not lead to a trade off of security for human rights [trafficking] (Amnesty International) 07/12/2004
  • Alexandrov case: Reporters Without Borders and the Institute of Mass Media seek guarantees ahead of the trial (Categorynet) 07/12/2004
  • San Diego Surgeons Restore Vision For Ukrainian Family (San Diego Channel) 07/12/2004
  • Melange ! Smells of trouble. Ukraine does nothing to prevent a man-caused disaster (Дзеркало Тижня) 07/12/2004

  • Human Trafficking: The Victims [AUDIO] (NPR) 07/10/2004

  • Ill-tempered summit leaves Ukraine and EU deadlocked on human rights (Independent) 07/09/2004
  • NATO Bans Sex With Trafficked Women (RFE/RL) 07/09/2004
  • 'Сварливий' cаміт Україна-ЄС завершився без угод. Британська Independent вважає головною проблему прав людини в Україні (BBC Ukrainian) 07/09/2004
  • Two foreign sex workers, pimp arrested in Delhi (New Kerala) 07/09/2004

  • Freedom House про ситуацiю з мас-медiа в Українi (VOA) 07/08/2004
  • NATO Tells Troops to Stay Away from Sex Traffickers (VOA) 07/08/2004
  • Under Assault: Ukraine's News Media and the 2004 Presidential Elections [PDF] (Freedom House) 07/08/2004
  • Freedom House urges Ukrainian authorities to end intimidation of media (Interfax) 07/08/2004
  • Ukraine to increase arms exports (VNA) 07/08/2004
  • Ukraine relieves refugees of baggage of exile (UNHCR) 07/08/2004
  • Modestans to help Ukraine burn victim (Modesto Bee) 07/08/2004
  • Freedom House: ЗМІ в Україні зазнають нападу (BBC Ukrainian) 07/08/2004
  • Children from Chernobyl enjoyed a day of fun and games on a farm (Daventry Today) 07/08/2004

  • Adoption firm picks executive to take helm [...will partner with the Ukraine in setting up model programs to help keep children out of orphanages] (Oregonian) 07/07/2004
  • World Software Piracy Losses Climb to $29 Billion [Ukraine, Indonesia and Russia again ranked in the top 10] (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/07/2004
  • Brooklyn Girl Journeys To Chernobyl's Heart (New York Observer) 07/07/2004
  • Chernobyl kids make another long-awaited arrival (Townsend Times) 07/07/2004

  • ЄБРР надає 125 мільйонів доларів для безпеки АЕС в Україні (BBC Ukrainian) 07/06/2004
  • UNAIDS 2004 Report on the global AIDS epidemic [Eastern Europe - Estonia, Latvia, the Russian Federation and Ukraine are the worst-affected countries] (UNAIDS) 07/06/2004
  • UN Says HIV Infection Rate Hits Global Record High [UNAIDS says that with the exception of Ukraine, Eastern European governments are not doing enough to deal with the problem.] (RFE/RL) 07/06/2004
  • Ukraine gets 42-million-dollar EBRD loan for nuclear reactor safety (SpaceDaily) 07/06/2004
  • NYC Is Major Human Traficking Hub: Parts 1 & 2 (NPR) 07/06/2004
  • Key facts and figures about HIV/AIDS (Reuters/AlertNet) 07/06/2004
  • Account of Chernobyl Trip Takes Web Surfers for a Ride [Faked: website about a young woman's lone motorcycle ride through Chernobyl's exclusion zone.] (LA Times) 07/06/2004
  • Moldova’s Battle Against Human Trafficking [From 7/2/2004] (Transitions Online) 07/06/2004

  • Walking through the dead zone [Eighteen years after the Chernobyl nuclear reactor disaster] (The Scotsman) 07/04/2004
  • Migration 'threatens Europe with huge HIV crisis' [Eastern Europe, Russia and the Ukraine have the fastest-growing HIV epidemic in the world, with up to 1.9 million now infected - a more than tenfold increase over the past nine years] (Daily Telegraph) 07/04/2004
  • Romanian HIV/Aids crisis 'will engulf Europe' [Russia and Ukraine have experienced a 40 per cent increase in HIV infection in the past two years] (Independent) 07/04/2004

  • Costa Rica custody fight may be tricky [Anna was a mail-order bride, Sims allegedly took his son on vacation in April 2003 and never returned] (Gwinnett Daily Post) 07/02/2004
  • Journalists who disappeared [Oleksandr Panych, Donetskiye Novosti, November 2002, Donetsk] (CPJ) 07/02/2004

  • Порушено карну справу за фактом 'розголошення даних по Ґонґадзе'; Генпрокуратура порушила справу після публікації документів у британській газеті Індепендент (BBC Ukrainian) 07/01/2004
  • Stolen innocence [marriage agency][from 6/30/04] (Atlanta Journal-Constitution) 07/01/2004
  • Can You Dig It? The dredging has already begun, but the mudslinging is not over on Ukraine's Bystroye canal project through the fragile Danube Delta. (Transitions Online) 07/01/2004
  • Prosecutor General's Office opens criminal case on divulging pretrial inquiry data on Gongadze case (Interfax) 07/01/2004
  • Віктор Ющенко заявляє, що влада причетна до гальмування розкриття справи Гонгадзе [See Eng/Ukr lang switch at top left] (Наша Україна) 07/01/2004
  • Commentary: This Canada Day: Celebrate War Resisters, Gays, Strippers, and Potheads [... there is a stripper shortage and Canada's government is issuing burlesque permits to qualified dancers from such sexy countries as Romania, Poland, Ukraine] (OfficialSpin) 07/01/2004
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