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  • Photo: Members of the Ukrainian youth opposition 'Pora' movement shout slogans during a meeting outside the Interior Ministry office in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Photo: An elderly woman begs as supporters of Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovich march along the main street in Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 10/29/2004
  • Л.Кучма радить незадоволеним журналістам звільнятися (BBC Ukrainian) 10/29/2004

  • EU urges Ukrainian regime to stop violations of human rights (Public Radio) 10/28/2004
  • В Українi фiксуються масовi порушення прав людини (VOA News) 10/28/2004
  • Internet increasingly the target of government repression (Reporters sans frontières) 10/28/2004
  • Ukraine gets failing grade on freedom of expression (Public Radio) 10/28/2004
  • Україна - 138-ма за рівнем свободи преси (BBC Ukrainian) 10/28/2004
  • Запоріжжю загрожує екологічна катастрофа (Deutsche Welle) 10/28/2004
  • Цього року в Україну прийдуть нові типи вірусу грипу (Кореспондент) 10/28/2004

  • Україна опустилась у рейтингу «Репортерів без кордонів» на шість позицій (Deutsche Welle) 10/27/2004

  • Opposition Activists Harassed and Arbitrarily Arrested (Amnesty International) 10/26/2004
  • Ukraine Occupies 138th Place in Worldwide Press Freedom Index (UNIAN) 10/26/2004
  • East Asia and Middle East have worst press freedom records (Reporters sans frontières) 10/26/2004
  • Суд відновив на роботі українця, якого звільнили через ВІЛ (Кореспондент) 10/26/2004
  • Invisible poison lies forgotten in Chernobyl-polluted Belarus (AFP/Yahoo) 10/26/2004
  • Платимо за бездарнiсть уряду: чому дорожчають «соціальні» продукти (Україна молода) 10/26/2004

  • Opposition activists arbitrarily detained (Amnesty International) 10/25/2004
  • Sex on the auction block: 2 new books detail the sale of women and children into slavery as prostitutes (Detroit FreeP) 10/25/2004
  • Фінансові та екологічні проблеми у Харкові сподіваються частково вирішити за рахунок сортування сміття (Deutsche Welle) 10/25/2004

  • Photo: Two Ukrainian demonstrators shout slogans in support of Ukraine's opposition Fifth TV Channel during a rally in the centre of Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/24/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian journalists sweep Kiev's main street during a demonstration in support of the embattled opposition Fifth TV Channel, in the centre of Kiev. About 200 journalists marched to defend press freedoms ahead of October 31 presidential elections, saying authorities were trying to deny them the chance to work (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/24/2004
  • Arctic is awash in nuclear pollution (Houston Chronicle) 10/24/2004

  • Call for better immunization to reduce infectious disease risks in Europe (Medical News Today) 10/23/2004
  • Safety ignored as China tries to feed demand for coal (Sydney Morning Herald) 10/23/2004

  • «Прихована істина» у правильному дзеркалі (Україна молода) 10/20/2004

  • Civic group claims political repressions are intensifying in Ukraine (BRAMA) 10/18/2004
  • The right to know. One World film festival brings human rights violations to the silver screen [Trafficking] (Slovak Spectator) 10/18/2004

  • From Russia without love: Sex slaves [The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade By Victor Malarek] (Chicago Sun-Times) 10/17/2004
  • Carlin Romano - Sexual slavery: Real, but largely ignored. Two books fault media, international officials. [The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade By Victor Malarek] (Philadelphia Inquirer) 10/17/2004

  • Photo: Mayor Pantazis Chronopoulos sits in his office in the southwestern Greek seaside town of Zacharo, in this photograph taken on October 14, 2004. Lonely Greek bachelors desperate for wives after the local women left for the big city have decided instead to import dozens of Ukrainian brides. In a few days a group of officials and 10 future grooms from the seaside town of Zacharo will leave on a matchmaking trip to Vynnitsya, in Ukraine. 'I found this town in Ukraine and we will go there to meet the prospective brides,' said Chronopoulos, a former police officer. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/15/2004
  • US expands training to stop nuke smugglers (Big News Network) 10/15/2004
  • Mort Crim: Wise people can accept what they can't change [Leonid Stadnyk - monthly pension provides about $28. It costs him $200 for a pair of custom-made shoes.] (Detroit Free Press) 10/15/2004
  • Photo: A young man walks along the deserted beachfront of the southwestern Greek seaside town of Zacharo, in this photograph taken on October 14, 2004. Lonely Greek bachelors desperate for wives after the local women left for the big city have decided instead to import dozens of Ukrainian brides. In a few days a group of officials and 10 future grooms from the seaside town of Zacharo will leave on a matchmaking trip to Vynnitsya, in Ukraine. (Reuters/Yahoo) 10/15/2004

  • ‘They said I wasn’t human but something that can be bought’ ['Sonya' came to Britain to study. Instead she was forced into prostitution, part of a global sex racket worth £4 billion a year] (The Times) 10/14/2004
  • Ukraine to gain [The LGIB has won £10,000 of funding to help local authorities in the Ukraine manage the environment better.] (LGIB) 10/14/2004
  • Protection urged for sex traffic victims (Reuters) 10/14/2004
  • Boom in sex trafficking prompts charities to demand more safe houses for victims (Independent) 10/14/2004

  • З України депортовано радника Freedom House (VOA) 10/13/2004
  • Report: Democracy and Human Rights Trends in Eurasia and Eastern Europe [Ukraine report p.60] [PDF format] (CSCE) 10/13/2004
  • [Pagedown to] U.S. grand jury indicts alleged smuggling ring [14 members of an alleged alien smuggling ring used six sailboats to bring Ukrainian immigrants from the Bahamas and Dominican Republic to Fort Lauderdale] (South Florida Sun-Sentinel) 10/13/2004
  • Mayo-based students lend a helping hand in Chernobyl (Western People) 10/13/2004
  • Atomic radiation levels fall in Arctic (AP/CTV) 10/13/2004

  • The Tangled Web of Illicit Arms Trafficking [One of the planes used in this shipment came from Ukraine and made a refueling stop in Libya while en route.] (Center for American Progress) 10/12/2004

  • Slavery tale for the 21st century [Trafficking] (Daily Telegraph) 10/11/2004
  • European experts ask Ukraine to delay Danube-Black Sea canal (Interfax-Russia) 10/11/2004

  • Ukrainian heart girl back for more surgery [Oksana Oliynyk was born with a hole in her heart, and came to Edmonton in 2002 to have two valves replaced and one repaired.] (Edmonton Sun) 10/10/2004

  • Love bus catching on: Yet more remote villages resort to international matchmaking [Greek local authorities sending a busload of 40 unmarried villagers to the town of Vinnytsia, in central-western Ukraine, on Friday in search of local brides] (Kathimerini) 10/09/2004
  • Hard-hitting TV drama chronicles global sex trade [Trafficking] (London Free Press) 10/09/2004
  • Sick girl may face hasty trip back home [ Oksana Oliynyk could be sent home to Ukraine without receiving proper treatment following heart surgery] (Calgary Sun) 10/09/2004

  • Sex Traffic inspired by Soderbergh film [Trafficking] (Canadian Press) 10/08/2004

  • Four face deportation after trafficking blitz [one Ukrainian over-stayer] (Edinburgh Evening News) 10/07/2004
  • Ukrainian dumping [Hungary's second longest river the Tisza (596km) continues to remain one of the most troubled in Europe, receiving communal waste, chemicals and other hazardous pollutants via incoming rivers from Slovakia, Ukraine and Romania.] (Budapest Sun) 10/07/2004
  • Taking a taxi to harm reduction in Ukraine [Drugs, HIV/AIDS] (Reuters/AlertNet) 10/07/2004
  • U.S. Cerebral Palsy Patients Find Cutting-Edge Treatment in Ukraine (PRNewswire) 10/07/2004
  • Murder inquiry 'breached the law' [The international inquiry on the murder of Ukrainian web journalist Gyorgy Gongadze has issued a memorandum to the European Commission, urging it to launch a new inquiry.] (Jounalism) 10/07/2004

  • Moldova: Young Women From Rural Areas Vulnerable To Human Trafficking (RFE/RL) 10/06/2004
  • Gangmaster blitz in city [human trafficking: Half of those held (some were fruit pickers from Eastern Europe) as suspected illegal immigrants were male and half female, their ages ranged from mid-teens to mid-50s. They were from Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Russia and the Ukraine.] (The Scotsman) 10/06/2004

  • Під головуванням Постійного представника України при ООН В.Кучинського розпочав роботу Третій комітет Генеральної Асамблеї ООН (BRAMA) 10/05/2004
  • Expert details problem of human trafficking (NJ Independent) 10/05/2004
  • Ukrainian Population Likely to Reduce to 45 Million by 2015 - Forecast [47.047 million today] (UNIAN) 10/05/2004
  • From Ukraine with love: Couple invests nearly a year, more than $20,000 in overseas adoption (NWI Times) 10/05/2004
  • A dream fulfilled: Peace Corps mission at 65 inspires 'Late-Blooming' book (Louisville Courier-Journal) 10/05/2004
  • Lonely Greek farmers take love bus abroad (Mail and Guardian) 10/05/2004

  • Daughters Of The Ukraine [See video 'Ukrainian orphans adopted'] (WOWT) 10/04/2004
  • Shed Light on Freedom [On my first day working for the American Anti-Slavery Group this summer, I found myself celebrating Ukrainian Independence Day...] (Tufts Daily) 10/04/2004

  • Thailand to provide cheap anti-AIDS drugs to 300,000 people (AFP/Yahoo) 10/03/2004
  • Lonely Greek men board love bus [Some 40 Greek males from a village in the region of Zacharo will take what they describe as a love bus to the Ukraine in the hope of finding women who will marry them.] (Yahoo) 10/03/2004

  • Lonely villagers pin hope on bus (Kathimerini) 10/02/2004

  • International Inquiry Calls for Council of Europe to Act Over Gongadze Case (IFJ) 10/01/2004
  • Op-ed: Oksana Dugert ['Women do nothing for their families. The husbands do everything - the women just work abroad and send money back to their families, said Mr Oleh Solodenko (30) from Ternopil.' ... Ukrainian men, unable to fulfill their traditional role as breadwinner, are not reconciled to the new gender equations.] (Navhind Times) 10/01/2004
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