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  • OSCE Media Representative concerned over harassment of media outlets in Ukraine (OSCE) 11/30/2004

  • Ukrainian girl going home after heart surgery at Alberta hospital (CP/Yahoo) 11/29/2004

  • Global Aids fight hit by changing spread of epidemic [Ukraine boasts 'the most serious and firmly established epidemic'.] (Financial Times) 11/24/2004

  • THE CHILDREN LEFT BEHIND: AIDS ORPHANS (Reuters/AlertNet) 11/23/2004

  • Danube Delta disaster fears grow (BBC) 11/21/2004
  • Danube Delta disaster fears grow. Ukrainian project to build a maritime canal in the Danube Delta - an ecologically rich wetland area - has aroused international concern among environmental officials and activists. (BBC) 11/21/2004
  • Babies-for-sale trade faces a global crackdown. Attempts by Western families to adopt children from poor nations have fuelled a rogue market in young lives. But at last action is being taken. Carolyn Wheeler reports from Lviv, Ukraine (Guardian) 11/21/2004

  • Officials not lovestruck by Ukraine connection (Toronto Star) 11/20/2004
  • Shoeboxes of presents. Small gifts light up faces worldwide. (Indianapolis Star) 11/20/2004
  • Chernobyl 'caused Sweden cancers' (BBC) 11/20/2004

  • Chernobyl caused slight rise in cancer rates in northern Sweden: study (AFP/Yahoo) 11/19/2004
  • Suspect Found Among Monks [Christ of the Hills Monastery; child pornography, molestation; the Russian church severed ties with the monastery, which then joined the Kiev- based Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Its affiliation with that church continues today, according to the monastery's Internet site.] (Tampa Tribune) 11/19/2004
  • Georgia is getting to grips with culture of corruption (Financial Times) 11/19/2004
  • Battered Wife Wins Suit Against Md. Matchmaker. Company Didn't Screen Clients Properly or Help When She Reported Abuse, Ukrainian Alleged (Wash Post) 11/19/2004

  • Ukraine Air Force Medical Center Begins Clinical Trials of CSMG's Live Biological Tissue Welding Technology (PRNewswire) 11/18/2004
  • What Katie did to go on the record [Katie Melua, 20-year-old jazz star, born in Ukraine but grew up in Belfast] (Belfast Telegraph) 11/18/2004

  • There is no freedom in slavery: forced prostitution is real [Interview with Viktor Malarek, author of The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade] (Black Table) 11/17/2004
  • Thyroid pills? No, thanks. Nuclear disaster precaution rejected [Chernobyl/Chornobyl] (Kansas City Star) 11/17/2004

  • Ukraine: Arrested for requesting election results (Amnesty International) 11/16/2004
  • Photo: Journalists wear mock chains and hold papers with letters reading 'Here they fire for truth' during a meeting in front of Ukraine's television center in Kiev, November 16, 2004. Journalists who have quit their jobs in protest against censorship of Ukrainian mass media, rallied on Tuesday against authorities' pressure and demanded honest and fair coverage of the country's presidential run-off, five days before the vote. (Reuters/Yahoo) 11/16/2004
  • Влада підтвердила, що вона проти незалежних ЗМІ (Наша Україна) 11/16/2004

  • Lviv names clinic in honor of couple [Corning couple William and Gloria Misnick Diabetic Clinic] (Corning Leader) 11/15/2004
  • Chernobyl neighbors ignoring long-term risk (AP/MSNBC) 11/15/2004
  • Operation horror of councillors' trip. A group of charity workers was horrified to discover a surgeon at a town twinned with Peterborough uses power tools to perform operations on patients. [The equipment, which many would use to tackle DIY jobs around the house, is used regularly by a neurosurgeon in Vinnitsa, in western Ukraine.] (Evening Telegraph) 11/15/2004

  • Activists: Chernobyl Radiation Lingers (AP/Yahoo) 11/13/2004

  • Student aims to help Ukrainian orphans (Annapolis Capital) 11/11/2004
  • Another asylum seeker dies in detention [Sergey Barnuyck, (31), 19/7/04, a Ukrainian asylum seeker was found hanged in Harmondsworth] (IRR) 11/11/2004
  • Forest Mismanagement [Chernivtsi Oblast is one of the few regions in Ukraine that can boast of commercial timber production...][From 11/8/04] (Дзеркало Тижня) 11/11/2004

  • Арешти в Боснії в зв'язку зі смертю української повії [HIV/AIDS, trafficking] (BBC Ukrainian) 11/10/2004
  • The strange tale of Ukrainian stem cell experts, American investors and Caribbean tourism (Financial Times) 11/10/2004

  • Chamber judgments concerning Ukraine: Bakay, Leschova, Yemets, Voloshyna, Semak and Lytvynenko v. Ukraine; Svetlana Naumenko v. Ukraine (European Court of Human Rights) 11/09/2004
  • Боснія розслідує торгівлю людьми після смерті українки [HIV/trafficking] (BBC Ukrainian) 11/09/2004

  • Russian Nuclear Reactor Restarted [Balakovo nuclear power plant in the Saratov region automatically shut down earlier this week sparking widespread panic] (AP/Yahoo) 11/06/2004
  • Once enslaved, shamed, now uplifted (Tennessean) 11/06/2004

  • Atomic Power Station Halted in Russia, No Radiation [Balakovskaya power station near the city of Saratov on the Volga river] (Reuters) 11/05/2004
  • Ukraine Amends Abortion Law to Protect Unborn After 22 Weeks Gestation (LifeSite) 11/05/2004
  • Anti-violence groups respond to rise in domestic abuse reports [The group is now looking for a translator to work with clients who speak Russian and Ukrainian.] (Sarasota Herald-Tribune) 11/05/2004
  • Shutdowns at Ukrainian reactors. The fourth reactor of Rivno NPP was shutdown yesterday. (Bellona) 11/05/2004

  • AIDS death sparks panic in Bosnian town [The prostitute, a 21-year-old Ukrainian, was admitted to hospital on Monday suffering from AIDS, syphilis, tuberculosis and hepatitis C. She died the following day...] (AFP/Yahoo) 11/04/2004
  • Ukraine to set up register with U.S. funds to track radioactive material (CBC) 11/04/2004

  • Ukraine's delegation to the UN calls for stregthening international cooperation in resolving childrens issues and aid for the children of Chornobyl -/- Делегація України в ООН закликає до посилення міжнародної співпраці у галузі вирішення проблем дітей та допомоги дітям Чорнобиля (BRAMA) 11/03/2004
  • A modern slave's brutal odyssey. 'Ivana' from Ukraine still lives in fear, despite escaping her ordeal as a prostitute. [Trafficking] (BBC) 11/03/2004

  • Epidemic proportions: Ukraine's HIV challenge (CBC) 11/02/2004
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